Andover picked up another win with ease, leveling its record at 3-3 as it has elevated its play as the postseason approaches.

This time around, it was the Huskies toppling host Chisago Lakes 30-7 Oct. 4, building up a 17-0 halftime lead before putting the game away with a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns.

Dylan Frost led the way on the ground, rushing for 125 yards and two touchdowns, while Elijah Alexander completed 20-of-31 passes for 199 yards and a touchdown.

Ethan Kalmes caught five passes for 75 yards and Vlado Duvnjak brought in the touchdown reception.

Jack Sharon had 13 tackles, Kollin Weikel had nine stops and an interception and Ethan Baumgartner recorded seven tackles and a forced fumble to lead the Andover defense.

Armstrong 35, Coon Rapids 21

Coon Rapids got off to a strong start against unbeaten Robbinsdale Armstrong, but the host Falcons recovered in time to earn a 35-21 win.

The Cardinals built a 14-0 lead by the opening moments of the second quarter on a pair of Jake Van Hulzen touchdown runs.

But Armstrong cut the lead to 14-7 by halftime, then seized control with a trio of third-quarter scores.

The teams traded fourth-quarter touchdowns, with the Cardinals scoring on an 8-yard David Geebli rush.

Jordan Nolan finished with 14 total tackles and Joseph Tarnue had an interception.

Totino-Grace 41, Anoka 14

Totino-Grace ran – and threw – its winning streak to five, topping Anoka 41-14 in its homecoming game to move to 5-1 on the season.

The Eagles recorded an efficient night of offense, rushing for 267 yards and throwing for 152 more.

Deezwin Cooper was the leading force, carrying the ball nine times for 101 yards and four touchdowns, while Samuel Quick caught five passes from Kristoff Kowalkowski for 100 yards and a score.

Patrick Doran posted a team-high nine tackles and also rushed for a touchdown, while Andrew Christopherson made eight tackles and Roman Passeretti had seven tackles and a sack.

For Anoka, Jacob Deutschman threw for 203 yards, with Cody Lindenberg catching six passes for 108 yards and a touchdown.

Rogers 40, St. Francis 7

Rogers started quickly en route to a 40-7 win over St. Francis on the Saints’ homecoming night.

The Saints’ touchdown came late in the first quarter on an 84-yard connection between Trevor Patterson and Lucas Hess.

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