Farmington 22, Lakeville North 21: Ben Buysens scored a 28-yard touchdown on hook-and-ladder at the end of regulation, then Connor Weed found Jonathan Labor on the ensuing 2-point conversion as Farmington (4-3) completed a dramatic rally down 21 points Of. Over the Panthers (2-5).
Weed threw for 237 yards and scored fast.
Receiving touchdown from Naji Nelson for the Panthers.
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Prior Lake 27, Rosemount 24: Three touchdowns in the final 1 minute, 12 seconds created a chaotic finish at Prior Lake.
Ryan Horjesi plows from a yard to top Prior Lake 21-17. Then, Easton Richter hit Sam Kusecke with 22 seconds to go ahead for a touchdown pass and played to put Rosemount back in front.
But in the final game of the game, Prior Lake’s Joy Krause scored a 54-yard touchdown on a hook-and-ladder to give the Lakers a (4-3) victory. Krause also had a 59-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter.
Cedric Wall had a pair of long received touchdowns for the Irish (3-4).
Lakeville South 30, Shakopee 22: Shakopee (5-2) took a 14-13 halftime lead over top-ranked Lakeville South, but in the second half the Cougars responded with three straight scores – including a safety.
Carson Hansen lengthened a pair of fast scores in the first quarter for Lakeville South, only to have Shakopee’s Nicolas Katona reel in two receiving scores in the second quarter. Jadon Hellerud had a passing touchdown and a quick score for the Sabers.
Camden Dean’s 18-yard passing touchdown in the fourth quarter saw Will Chelbacek top Lakeville South 30-14. The Metro Gold-South Division victory is all but over for the Cougars (7-0), who wrap up their season on Wednesday against Winless Hopkins.
Cretin-Derham Hall 39, Two Rivers 15: Will Hader scored three quick runs and the Raiders’ defense provided a pair of safaris as Crettin-Derham Hall (2-5) came back into the winning column.
Raiders quarterback Luke Floysand threw for one score and ran for another.
Gabriel Goldenman (59 yards) and Ozzy Robinson (60) each reeled long-running touchdowns for Two Rivers (0-7).
Hastings 38, Bloomington Jefferson 7: Aidan Bertrand overcame Bloomington Jefferson (1-6) with a score of 2 yards in the first quarter to lead 7-0.
But it was all Hastings (5-2) from there. The Raiders scored 38 points in the next two quarters. Jonathan Bezdisek and Brendan Freiremuth each had two quicker scores.