High school football roundup: Two Rivers shuts out Hastings, sets up clash with Cadets

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Two Rivers 14, Hastings 0: Two Rivers (8-1) avenged its only loss of the season, delivering its second shutout in three weeks.

The Warriors have now won seven straight games after falling 9-7 to Hastings (2-7) in Week 2. Drew Altavilla and Riley Pearce each ran in second-quarter scores for Two Rivers.

Two Rivers will meet intracity rival St. Thomas Academy on Saturday in the Section 3 semifinals.

Other scores:

-Apple Valley beat Bloomington Kennedy 43-7. The Eagles will meet second-seeded Bloomington Jefferson on Saturday in the Section 3 semifinals.

-Central downed Academy Force 52-8. The second-seeded Minutemen will host third-seeded Cretin-Derham Hall in Saturday’s Section 4 semifinals. Cretin-Derham Hall beat Harding/Humboldt 40-0 on Tuesday.

-Tartan topped Highland Park 26-14, setting up a date between the Titans and Mahtomedi in a Section 4 semifinal on Saturday.


Simley 28, South St. Paul 6: Freshman fill-in quarterback Christian Urbina tossed four touchdown passes — including two to Lucio Rivera — as Simley (6-3) downed South St. Paul for the second time this season.

The Spartans will travel to Chisago Lakes to play the second-seeded Wildcats on Saturday in the Section 3 semifinals. Chisago Lakes beat North St. Paul 42-8 on Tuesday.

Sincere Casarez-McCampbell hit Dante Mendez for a 47-yard scoring strike in the second quarter to tally the lone score for the Packers (3-6).

-The Section 3 quarterfinal between Como Park and Johnson was postponed, and it is scheduled to be played Wednesday

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