Week four of the high school football season was marked by several "replacement games" as some teams had to cancel due to COVID. Southeast Minnesota teams played in several overtime games and other tight finishes. Weeks five and six will wrap up the regular season with section tournaments, but no state tournament, to follow.

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Friday, October 30
Monticello 7, Owatonna 6 (Hear coach Williams from the Coaches Show.)
Medford 33, Bethlehem Academy 11 (Tigers win Battle for the Paddle.)
Faribault 48, Austin 7
Albany 42, Kasson-Mantorville 7
Caledonia 33, Chatfield 6 (Warriors 71st consecutive win)
Chanhassen 25, Chaska 20
Fairmont 42, New Ulm 20
Goodhue 26, Rushford-Peterson 20, overtime
Jordan 55, Belle Plaine 0
Lake City 45, Red Wing 8
LCWM 14, Martin Co. West 13, double overtime
Lakeville South 35, Lakeville North 15
Mayer-Lutheran 33, United South Central 0
Moorhead 21, Rogers 0
Pine Island 35, Zumbrota-Mazeppa 24
River Ridge (WI) 20, Hayfield 14
Rochester Century 39, Winona 20
Rochester John Marshall 21, Northfield 14
Rochester Lourdes 28, Stewartville 27
St. Clair/Loyola 6, Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons, 0, overtime
Waseca 21, Marshall 7

Saturday, October 31
Triton 51, Dover-Eyota 7
Byron 34, Mankato East 18
Grand Meadow 22, Southland 11
Mankato West 41, Rochester Mayo 17
Maple River 23, Rockford 20

HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK 5 SCHEDULE

Owatonna (3-1, 3-0) hosts Mankato West (4-0, 3-0) in a game to decide the Big Southeast, Red Division champion. The Huskies topped the Scarlets 24-20 in come-from-behind fashion in 2019. AM 1390 KRFO for Friday night's 7 pm kick off.

Blooming Prairie (3-0, 1-0) will miss their second straight game. The Awesome Blossoms were scheduled to entertain Kenyon-Wanamingo (3-0, 2-1) in a battle for the top spot in the Mid-Southeast District, White Division. The Knights will host Zumbrota-Mazeppa insteadMedford (3-1, 2-1) welcomes Randolph (3-1, 1-1) for a divisional game.

Triton (3-1, 2-0) is home against Chatfield (3-1, 2-1) Friday in a match-up for second place in the Southeast District, White Division. Entering this week, the Cobras, Caledonia, and Pine Island are all 2-0 in divisional games.

NRHEG (2-1, 1-1) is sitting out week 5 and is scheduled to host Norwood-Young America on Thursday, November 12.