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Cannon Falls remained undefeated with a 58-14 victory over Lake City Friday night.

As has become the norm with the Bomber offense, the rushing attack led the way. The Bombers had 632 yards of total offense, 556 of those yards came on the ground.

On the other side of the ball, the Bombers held the Tigers to 239 yards of total offense.

The Bombers scored 20 points in the first quarter and 26 more in the second, while holding the Tigers to a single touchdown -- a Reid Gastner 3-yard reception -- in the first half. From there, the Bombers held steady to pick up the team's fourth win of the season.

Matthies finished the game with 146 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns. Banks added 125 yards on four carries with two scores.

Jack Dommeyer was 2-of-2 through the air for 76 yards.. Camden Dicke and Grant Mech each had a touchdown reception.

Gastner scored both touchdowns for the Tigers. His second came on a 15-yard run with 5 minutes, 6 seconds left in the third quarter. He finished with 75 yards on 14 carries and 41 yards on four receptions. Tiger quarterback Justin Wohlers was 7-of-17 for 99 yards.

Cannon Falls (4-0) next faces PEM for homecoming on Friday, Oct. 4. Lake City (3-2) travels to take on Chatfield on Oct. 4.

Goodhue 14, Medford 7

After a Jerone Chavez 3-yard rushing touchdown with 8 minutes remaining in the second quarter, the Wildcats got on the board with 19 seconds remaining in the half.

Connor O'Reilly hauled in a 9-yard pass from Sam Opsahl, but the two-point conversion failed. The Wildcats spent most of the second half trailing by single point.

With 6:03 left in the game, Wildcat running back Logan Ferguson found the back of the end zone. Opsahl completed a pass to Kyle Schoenfelder for the two-point conversion to give the Wildcats a 14-7 lead.

Opsahl finished 14-of-25 for 138 yards with a touchdown. He also ran the ball five times for 41 yards. Ferguson led all Wildcat rushers with 19 carries and 81 yards. O'Reilly caught six passes for 59 yards, while Schoenfelder had four catches for 28 yards.

Goodhue (3-2) takes on Bethlehem Academy at home on Oct. 4

Blooming Prairie 62, Randolph 15

The Class A No. 3-ranked Awesome Blossoms were too much to handle as the Rockets dropped its first game of the season.

The Rockets were held to 246 total yards. Quarterback Nick Drinken was 10-for-22 for 179 yards and a touchdown. Isaac Stoesz had three catches for 81 yards.

Randolph (4-1) will look to rebound on the road against Medford on Oct. 4.

Chatfield 34, Zumbrota-Mazeppa 0

Chatfield scored in every quarter en route to a win over Zumbrota-Mazeppa, spoiling the Cougars' homecoming.

The Chatfield offense and scoring was supplied by Sam Backer. He ran for all five of Chatfield's touchdowns and finished with 225 yards on 23 carries.

Meanwhile, the Cougars were held to just 78 yards of offense.

Cougar running back Calvin Voxland ran the ball 14 times for 48 yards. Willie Holm added 19 yards on the ground and 20 through the air.

Zumbrota-Mazeppa (1-4) travels to St. Charles on Oct. 4.

Pine Island 47, Dover-Eyota 23

A 14-7 at halftime and a 21-point lead after three quarters was just what the Panthers needed as five more touchdowns between the two teams were scored in the fourth.

The Panthers, with its huge lead, held off Dover-Eyota in a 47-23 win.

Three of the five touchdowns in the final quarter were scored by the Panthers. Owen Allen ran in from 1 yard out to give the Panthers a commanding 35-7 lead with 10 minutes remaining.

Blake Blattner ran in for a Dover-Eyota touchdown and followed up with a successful two-point conversion. The Panthers responded with a 30-yard touchdown run by Jarod White and a two-point conversion of their own.

Dover-Eyota's Greg Holst completed a 17-yard pass to Landen Klassen for a touchdown with 1:56 to go in the game. Holst and Klassen then connected for the two-point conversion to cut the Panthers' lead to 41-23.

Sam Johnson put the icing on the cake with a 18-yard score with 8 seconds left.

The Panthers had a successful game on the ground, running for 349 yards and averaging 7.8 yards per carry.

White led the rushing attack with 195 yards on 18 carries to go along with his two touchdowns. Mason Pike ran the ball eight times for 72 yards., and Max Owen rushed for 57 yards.

Carter O'Reilly was 9-of-22 through the air for the Panthers, finishing with 119 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.

Pine Island earned it first win of the season and will look to make it two against Triton at home on Friday, Oct. 4.

Other Area Scores:

Bethlehem Academy 42, Kenyon-Wanamingo 0

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