Eden Prairie beats Totino-Grace 28-27 for fourth straight Class 6A championship


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MINNEAPOLIS — Will Rains ran for a 75-yard touchdown with 2:46 to play and Eden Prairie rallied to win its fourth straight Class 6A title with a 28-27 victory over Totino-Grace Friday night.

It's the school's 10th title since 1996. The Eagles have won 30 games in a row.

Rains sprinted to his left before racing untouched down the sideline. He finished with 230 yards rushing.

Lance Benick had a 25-yard touchdown run with 1:39 left to get Totino-Grace within one, but the 2-point pass fell incomplete.

Kez Flomo ran for 152 yards and a touchdown and Ben Mezzenga scored twice for Totino-Grace.

Trailing 21-7, Rains scored on a 57-yard fourth down run in the third quarter. Blake Cashman had a 24-yard, fourth-down reception to tie the game with 8:38 to play.

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