Oct. 16—Eagan 17, Burnsville 14: Alex Rodman hit a 25-yard field goal as time expired to lift Eagan (2-5) to its second straight victory.
Landon Tonsager tallied two rushing touchdowns for the Wildcats, including a 5-yard score that tied the game with eight minutes to play.
Sterling Brown Jr. hit Jay Homuth for a pair of scoring strikes for the Blaze (1-6).
East Ridge 35, Eastview 6: Tanner Zolnosky threw for three passing touchdowns — two of which went to Demeir Flemino — as East Ridge's offense came to life.
The Raptors (4-3) also got rushing scores from Jaelen Harper and Toby Anene.
Mahtomedi 49, Simley 21: Mahtomedi (5-2) dominated on the ground to the tune of 43 rushing attempts for 360 yards.
Jordan Hull had 18 carries for 176 yards and three scores, Nicholas Beiersdorf added 14 carries for 105 yards and two touchdowns and Corey Bohmert had 11 carries for 79 yards and a score.
Caden Renslow threw three touchdown passes for the Spartans (4-3).
Forest Lake 27, Roseville 20, OT: The Rangers (2-5) have won two of their last three games after some late-game heroics Friday.
Trailing by eight in the final frame, Ryan Olson connected with Jake Deeb a 28-yard scoring strike, and then Olson hit Keagan Zeidler — who also had two rushing scores — for the 2-point conversion to tie the game. In the extra session, Cole Brisbois rushed in the winning score. Brisbois ran for 120 yards.
Isaiah Brown ran for two touchdowns and threw for another for Roseville (0-7), which has lost consecutive games in heartbreaking fashion.
Spring Lake Park 55, Tartan 7: Brayden Talso threw for 207 yards and four touchdowns — two to Mikey Say — as the Panthers cruised to 5-2.
Talso also ran for 82 yards, while Nate Litke added 76 yards and two scores on the ground.
St. Thomas Academy 49, Apple Valley 0: Noah Erickson threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to help the Cadets (7-0) stay undefeated.
Grady O'Neill had a pair of receiving touchdowns, while Jake Borman returned an interception 43 yards for a score.
St. Agnes 28, Concordia Academy 0: The St. Agnes defense pitched its third shutout of the season. John Patros had two rushing scores for the Aggies (6-1).