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Will Opsahl and the Goodhue offense showed they can score at any moment in a 28-14 win Friday evening over Lewiston-Altura.

Trailing 7-0 in the first quarter, Adam Poncelet caught a pass from Opsahl and turned it into a 69-yard touchdown. Malakye Parker ran one in from 46 yards out.

Lewiston-Altura tied the game 14-14, but the Wildcats never trailed, scoring once in the third and once in the fourth.

Goodhue (2-0) next faces St. Charles Friday, Sept. 17.

Lake City 39, La Crescent 12

Feeling good about last week's historic win, the Tigers kept the sharp play going in a win over La Crescent-Hokah. It's the first time since 2014, the Tigers have started the season with two wins.

The Tigers piled in the first half, building a 32-6 lead at the half.

Tiger quarterback Justin Wohlers accounted for five touchdowns. He scored on runs of 6, 8, 17 yards. He passed for two of 15 and 50 yards.

Lake City (2-0) hosts Lourdes Friday, Sept. 17.

Pine Island 34, Z-M 6

The Panthers were carried by Jarrod White, downing the Cougars.

White rushed for four touchdowns and finished with 206 yards on 22 attempts.

Couger quarterback Zane Angerman was 6-for-17 passing for 82 yards. Brody Befort scored an 8-yard run in the fourth to get the Cougars on the board.

Z-M (0-2) hosts Plainview-Elgin-Millville Friday, Sept. 17.

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