High school football roundup: Anthony Lewis-Royal scores four times in White Bear Lake’s win over Anoka

White Bear Lake 35, Anoka 14: Anthony Lewis-Royal ran for three scores and caught another. In the first quarter alone, Lewis-Royal tallied a pair of 24-yard scores, one rushing and one receiving as the Bears (4-2) handed Anoka (4-2) its first Metro-Maroon North subdistrict loss, keeping its subdistrict title hopes alive in the process.

Stillwater, which beat Forest Lake 47-6 on Friday, remains in the subdistrict driver’s seat.

Mounds View 29, Roseville 28: Tyler Nystrom’s third touchdown reception pulled Mounds View to within one point of Roseville with fewer than two minutes to play. The Mustangs (3-3) then went for two and converted to win the game.

Owen Wark threw for 199 yards and four scores for Mounds View.

Isaiah Brown threw for 156 yards and two scores for the Raiders, while rushing for 66 yards and another touchdown. Roseville (0-6) scored 28 straight points in the second half after falling behind 21-0.

Irondale 28, Cretin-Derham Hall 21: With the game tied at 21-21 and less than a minute to play, Jack Wojciak hit Juriad Hughes for a 51-yard game-winning touchdown pass.

Ralph Naimah added 70 rushing yards and a rushing score for the Knights (3-3) to go with his 92-yard kick return touchdown. Luke Floysand had a rushing score and a passing score for Cretin-Derham Hall (1-5).

Farmington 13, Rosemount 3: Rod Finley ran 28 times for 160 yards and two touchdowns to lead Farmington to a rivalry-game victory to get back to the .500 mark on the season (3-3).

Rosemount (3-3) went just 2 for 13 on third downs. The Irish have lost three straight.

Eastview 33, Burnsville 27: Tyler Jerstad ran 19 times for 114 yards and scored twice — once on the ground and once through the air — to lead the Lightning (3-3) back to a .500 mark.

Colton Gregersen ran for 68 yards and two scores for Burnsville (1-5).

South St. Paul 20, Bloomington Jefferson 14: Matthew Lee ran for 119 yards and two scores for the Packers (2-4), who limited Bloomington Jefferson to 136 yards of total offense.

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