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Caledonia beats Moose Lake/Willow River in 2A 

Levi Schmitz kicked a 24-yard field goal as time expired and Caledonia beat Moose Lake/Willow River 25-22 in the Class 2A championship game Friday at the Prep Bowl.

The Warriors (13-0) took over on their own 47 with 3:11 remaining and used seven plays to set up the winning kick.

Moose Lake/Willow River (13-1) was trailing 15-7 at halftime, but used took a lead into the fourth quarter.

Jake Disterhaupt scored on a 71-yard run and Michael Pender added the 2-point conversion to tie the game in the third, then Rebels quarterback Tony Adamczak lofted a pass to Isaac Coil, who ran it in for a score.

But in the fourth, the Warriors’ Alex Varney returned an interception to tie the game 22-22 with 5:45 to play.

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Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley wins Nine-man title game 

Austin Maanum ran for 185 yards and two touchdowns, Jason Montonye scored three times and Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley defeated Grand Meadow 40-22 for the Class 9-Man Championship at Friday’s Prep Bowl.

Montonye had 126 rushing yards and also scored on a kickoff return to give the Wolverines (13-0) the school’s first title.

Trenton Bleifus threw for 217 yards and three touchdowns for Grand Meadow (12-2), which had scored at least 40 points 10 times this season, including 61 points last week.

Montonye scored on 49- and 51-yard runs in the second quarter. Maanum scored from 73 yards out for a 20-0 halftime lead.

Bleifus and Landon Jacobson connected on a 61-yard screen pass for a Superlarks touchdown, but Montonye returned the ensuing kickoff for an 82-yard score to make it 32-8.

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Hutchinson beats Holy Family 67-7 in Class 4A

Mitch Peterson ran for 148 yards and three touchdowns, and quarterback McKinley Anderson also ran for three scores as Hutchinson routed Holy Family 67-7 on Friday night to win the Class 4A state championship.

Tory Adams ran for 197 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers (13-0). It’s Hutchinson’s fourth state title in school history, and first since 1998.

The rematch between the two Wright County Conference foes looked a lot like the first – when the Tigers beat the Fire (10-4) with a score of 60-7 on Sept. 28.

Connor Byrnes scored Holy Family’s first and only touchdown, a 2-yard run with 3:03 left in the game.

Backup Fire quarterback Hank Hopkins threw for 122 yards in relief of starter Ben Baker.

 

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Eden Praire tops Lakeville North 28-7 for 6A title

Dan Fisher ran for 148 yards and a touchdown to help Eden Prairie defeat Lakeville North 28-7 on Friday night in Minnesota’s inaugural 6A championship game.

Eden Prairie (11-2) won its eighth state title in school history. Quarterback Grant Shaeffer attempted only two passes all night, but ran for 23 yards and a score.

Jacob Woodring and Anthony Anderson also had rushing touchdowns for the Eagles.

Zach Creighton threw for 100 yards and a touchdown for Lakeville North, but he was intercepted three times.

The Panthers (11-2) scored 140 points in the playoffs to advance to the title game but struggled all night to move the ball against Eden Prairie’s stingy defense.

Lakeville North had 119 rushing yards, although 59 of them came on two long runs in the game’s final minutes.

Creighton’s 37-yard run with three minutes to play was Lakeville North’s longest offensive play of the night.

Saturday’s games
Class 1A – Bethlehem Academy versus Mahnomen 10:00 a.m. Saturday
Class 3A – Rochester Lourdes versus Blue Earth Area 1:00 p.m. Saturday
Class 5A – Owatonna versus Totino Grace 4:00 p.m. Saturday

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

 

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