The Elks defeated Apple Valley 51-40 with a relentless running attack that included six successful 2-point conversion attempts.
The Arrows completed three passing plays -- two for more than 50 yards -- resulting in touchdowns en route to a 28-6 victory.
The Tigers scored touchdowns on their first five possessions in a 44-16 victory over Russell-Tyler-Ruthton.
7 p.m., U.S. Bank Stadium
Erich Martens, a high school principal in central Minnesota, is expected to replace Dave Stead as the organization's executive director.
The Lumberjacks, behind quarterback Tim Porkornowski's running and passing, defeated South St. Paul 40-21 in a Class 4A semifinal.
The games begin at 9 a.m. at U.S. Bank Stadium
The Minnesota State High School League approved use of instant replay for semifinal and Prep Bowl games at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The Eagles' Antonio Montero accounted for two field goals in the first half, two second-half touchdown runs and both extra points.
The Winhawks scored twice to take the lead but the Stars came back in the fourth quarter with Joe Heimbold's third TD to escape with a 26-22 victory.
The Lions' Alex Folz scored four touchdowns, including three in the third quarter to break open a tie game en route to a 27-7 victory against Stephen-Argyle.
The Warriors scored six touchdowns before halftime en route to a 49-16 victory to reach the Prep Bowl again.
After Maple Grove’s stunning rally, the Crimson now must solve Eden Prairie in the Class 6A state semifinals.
Edina’s Kelli McCarthy and sister Katie are in the 500-yard freestyle.
Ron Stolski, 78, still is going as a coach, and will bring his Brainerd Warriors to U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday for the state semifinals.
Breaking down Thursday's games at U.S. Bank Stadium
In the latest Talking Preps podcast, the Star Tribune's Jim Paulsen and David La Vaque pontificate on the latest doings in Minnesota's high school sports seasons of transition.
Complaint says Minnesota policy perpetuates gender-based discrimination, violates Title IX.
Junior outside hitter Elizabeth Juhnke was the face of a Panther team effort that knocked off two-time defending state champion Eagan to win the Class 3A title.
Here's the high school sports results from Tuesday: