High school football roundup: Forest Lake rallies past Mounds View in fourth quarter to remain unbeaten

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Forest Lake 14, Mounds View 7: Leyton Patzer tallied two fourth-quarter rushing touchdowns — the second a 60-yarder with 2 minutes, 37 seconds to play to keep the Rangers (4-0) unbeaten on the season.

Patzer finished with 135 yards rushing on 20 attempts.

Mounds View (0-4) claimed a 7-0 lead in the second quarter on a 2-yard pass from Owen Wark to Tyler Nystrom.

Spring Lake Park 15, Irondale 6: Spring Lake Park (3-1) piled up 338 yards rushing to get back in the win column after last week’s loss to Chanhassen. Quarterback Brayden Talso led the way with 121 yards on the ground, while also hitting Mikey Say for a 5-yard scoring strike.

The lone score for Irondale (2-2) came on a 19-yard touchdown pass from Jack Wojciak to Juriad Hughes.

Mahtomedi 36, Tartan 14: Corey Bohmert continues to roll for Mahtomedi (4-0), compiling 236 rushing yards and three touchdowns on just 18 attempts Friday. Through four games, Bohmert has 887 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground.

Eric Buttke returned a fumble 20 yards for Mahtomedi’s defensive score.

Apple Valley 10, Cretin-Derham Hall 7: Apple Valley (2-2) blocked Cretin-Derham Hall’s potential game-tying field goal attempt late Friday to secure its second straight win.

East Ridge 31, Eagan 24: Tanner Zolnosky threw for three touchdowns — with two going to Riley Schwellenbach — as the Raptors (2-2) rallied from a 21-13 halftime deficit to get back to .500 after an 0-2 start to the season.

GAME INTERRUPTED BY GUNFIRE: Bloomington Kennedy led Richfield 27-0 in the fourth quarter Friday, when gunshots were fired just outside of Richfield’s stadium. The shots were audible on the online livestream of the game, which showed players and fans running away from the field in the immediate aftermath of the incident.

The stadium was evacuated, per multiple reports.

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