Metro football roundup

Posted: October 9, 2010 in 2010 Football Season
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From StarTribune.com

NORTHWEST SUBURBAN

Ford, Coon Rapids pull upset

• COON RAPIDS 21, ANDOVER 7: The Built Ford Tough slogan also holds true for Coon Rapids junior running back Antonio Ford. Ford scored all three touchdowns, two in the fourth quarter to break a tie, as the Cardinals upset the Huskies (Class 5A, No. 7) on Friday night in Coon Rapids. Ford broke a 7-7 tie with an 8-yard touchdown run three minutes into the fourth quarter. He added an insurance score on a 15-yard run with just over four minutes remaining. Ford, who also scored on a 1-yard run, finished with 156 yards on 30 carries. Coon Rapids had 259 total yards, 238 on the ground.

• BLAINE 35, PARK CENTER 3: Senior quarterback Eric Kline is enjoying an outstanding final season. Kline rushed for 164 yards on 29 carries and four TDs as the Class 5A, No. 6 Bengals downed the Pirates.

• MAPLE GROVE 35, ANOKA 31: Junior Brady Jacobs threw a 70-yard touchdown pass to sophomore Brycen Wojta with 3 minutes remaining as the Crimson topped the Tornadoes. Two plays earlier, Jude Abeler caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Ben Britton to give Anoka a 31-28 lead.

• OSSEO 33, CHAMPLIN PARK 17: The Orioles scored the final 19 points, rallying to beat the Rebels. Senior quarterback B.J. Hebert, who connected on 16 of 19 passes for 191 yards, threw two of his three TDs during the comeback.

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