LocalPhoto package: Southwest Valley defeats top-ranked St. AlbertBy KALEB CARTER CNA sports editor firstname.lastname@example.orgOct. 9, 2017CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionSouthwest Valley defensive lineman Brett Schafroth (52) tackles St. Albert ball-carrier Luke Gronstal as teammates Jacob Webb (56, behind Schafroth) and Taylor Kuhn (4) fly to the ball. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionSouthwest Valley's Grant Maurer competes for a jump ball with St. Albert's Tyler Blaha. CaptionAddison Bull punts in the first half. His punt late in the fourth quarter pinned St. Albert inside its own 10, putting pressure on the Falcons late in the game. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionChance Cobb, Jace Petersen and Aiden Gaule demonstrate the Timberwolves' triple option look. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionThe Timberwolves swarm to the ball. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionThe Twolves upend a Falcons ball-carrier. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionAaron Armstrong jumps high for a pass, intercepting the ball. It was the first interception that St. Albert quarterback Kyle Barnes has thrown an interception this season. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionA tipped pass results in yet another instance of the Timberwolf defense rallying to the ball. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionThe Timberwolves student section was loud throughout Friday's game. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionSouthwest Valley players begin to celebrate after Southwest Valley quarterback Chance Cobb breaks the plane of the goal line for a touchdown with 6.9 seconds remaining. Cobb scored the conversion as well, ending a 41-yard drive that started with just over 2:00 remaining.CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionTimberwolves players celebrate immediately after the final whistle. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionCoach Donahoo gets ambushed by the Timberwolf students after the game. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionDonahoo addressed the team after the win. CNA photo by KALEB CARTERCaptionSouthwest Valley head coach Anthony Donahoo shares an emotional moment with senior quarterback Chance Cobb, who had scored the touchdown and 2-pt. conversion that pushed the Timberwolves past St. Albert.CaptionSWV cheerleaders, students and supporters lead a tunnel for the team to run through after the game. Southwest Valley went on the road and knocked off Class A No. 1 St. Albert for one of the biggest wins in school history.