White Hawks Roll In Homecoming, Orono, Wayzata Also Win, Skippers Fall

Senior Isaiah Cherrier finished with 246 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns to lead the Mound Westonka in a 29-0 victory against Minneapolis Henry on Friday at Haddoff Field.

The victory improves Mound-Westonka to 6-0 on the season.

Cherrier rushed for 124 rushing with a touchdown, 111 yards on special teams, including a 76-yard punt returned for a touchdown in the second quarter, and one catch for 11 yards.

Senior quarterback Brennen Boroughs threw two touchdown passes, both to junior Evan Dahl, and finished with 48 passing yards. Conner Clark and Bobby Sweet rushed for 48 and 46 yards, respectively.

The White Hawks did, however, fumbled six times, four of which were lost.

Henry was limited to two first downs in the first three quarters and none in the first half.


The Orono Spartans have crawled up over .500 with a shut-out win tonight over Bloomington Kennedy 22-0.


Thanks to a failed extra point attempt by Hopkins, which was the deciding factor in the game, Wayzata topped Hopkins 21-20.


Brad Davison’s four first half touchdowns powered Maple Grove to a 45-14 victory over the Minnetonka Friday night at Minnetonka High School.

Davison connected with Jack Dugan for scores of 67 and 55 yards to open and close the first half scoring for Maple Grove (4-2, 3-2), ranked No. 13 in the Associated Press Class 6A state football poll. Davison also ran 25 yards for a touchdown and connected with Teddy Raasch for 45 yards for yet another first-half scoring play.

Shadon Hopkins scored from 10 yards out in the first quarter for the No. 8-6A Skippers (4-2, 3-2), and Garrett Olson found the end zone on a 2-yard dive in the fourth.