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Hanson’s Aaron Wenande returns a punt during the second quarter of a high school football game against Menno/Marion Friday in Alexandria. (Aaron Saunders/Republic)

Area high school football roundup 10/12/13: Hanson earns first win

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ALEXANDRIA — Jacob Paradeis had 24 carries for 254 yards and four touchdowns to lead Hanson to its first victory of the season over Menno/Marion 46-20 Friday in high school football action.

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Mason Mayer had 14 carries for 141 yards for Hanson, which had 470 total yards. Paradeis and Sam VanderStouwe each had 11 tackles. Ryan Guericke had nine tackles and Aaron Wenande had two interceptions. Levi Doyle also had an interception.

Nick Gortmaker had 18 carries for 109 yards for the Razorbacks, who had 442 rushing yards in the game. He was 2-of-13 for 10 yards. Chet Peterson had 10 tackles and Dustin Lehr had an interception.

Hanson (1-5) plays at Freeman Friday, while Menno/Marion (3-3) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Friday in Menno.

First Quarter

H: Jacob Paradeis 86 run (conversion failed)

H: Paradeis 4 run (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

H: Paradeis 22 run (conversion failed)

MM: Dylan Lehr 34 pass from Nick Gortmaker (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

MM: Dylan Lehr 64 pass from Nick Gortmaker (conversion failed)

H: Paradeis 32 run (Paradeis run)

H: Jared Zens 40 (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

H: Zens 5 run (Paradeis run)

H: Aaron Wenande 5 run (conversion failed)

MM: Chet Peterson 9 run (Gortmaker run)

Howard 51, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 0

ARMOUR — Howard had 264 rushing yards en route to defeating Tripp-Delmont/Armour 51-0 Friday in high school football action.

The game ended in the third quarter due to the mercy rule.

Luke Loudenburg had 110 yards rushing, while Jordan Kuhle had 104 yards rushing to lead Howard. Gunner Gilbertson threw for 21 yards and leading receiver was Kuhle with 14 yards. Nick Pardy led the Tigers defensively with 14 tackles.

Shane Koster had 21 yards rushing for the Nighthawks. Tanner Nuss and Tanner Carda each had five tackles in the loss.

Howard (6-0) hosts Canistota Friday, while Tripp-Delmont/Armour (1-5) hosts Burke/South Central Friday in Armour.

First Quarter

H: Isaiah Glanzer 6 run (conversion failed)

H: Glanzer 16 run (conversion good)

Second Quarter

H: Luke Loudenburg 5 run (conversion failed)

H: Loudenburg 5 run (conversion failed)

H: Jordan Kuhle 42 run (Glanzer kick)

H: Loudenburg 16 run (conversion failed)

H: Kuhle run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

H: Kuhle 78 kickoff return

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 56, Freeman 6

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan earned its sixth win of the season, beating Freeman 56-6 Friday in a game that ended in the third quarter because of the mercy rule.

Wade Miller had 15 carries for 149 yards and three touchdowns, while Jordan Grosdidier had 11 carries for 121 yards and two scores. Ethan Riggs and Camden Myer each had nine tackles in the win.

Cole Paulson completed 9 of 13 passes for 87 yards for Freeman. Joseph Weier had 13 tackles for the Fylers and Avery Sage had 12 tackles.

The Seahawks (6-1) play Kimball/White Lake in Kimball, while Freeman (0-6) hosts Hanson Friday.

First Quarter

BEE: Wade Miller 3 run (Miller run)

Second Quarter

BEE: Jordan Grosdidier 1 run (Jonah Bailey run)

BEE: Miller 33 run (Jesse Grosdidier kick)

BEE: Anthony Donovan 6 run (Kick failed)

BEE: Blake Bartscher 23 run (Jesse Grosdidier kick)

BEE: Jordan Grosdidier 30 run (Jesse Grosdidier kick)

F: Cole Paulsen 2 run (conversion failed)

BEE: Miller 36 run (Jesse Grosdidier kick)

Third Quarter

BEE: Camden Myer 99 fumble recovery

Winner 50, Mobridge-Pollock 0

WINNER — Sam Naasz ran for 111 yards and one touchdown on four carries to help the Winner Warriors beat Mobridge-Pollock 50-0 Friday. The game ended in the third quarter due to mercy rule.

Winner, the top ranked team in Class 11B, got help from Trace Meyer and Nick Hossle. Meyer rushed for 80 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries. He also had five tackles. Hossle added 68 yards on the ground and a touchdown.

Forrest Cerv recorded two interceptions to lead the Winner defense.

Mobridge-Pollock quarterback Mason Keller was 6-for-13 in passing for 41 yards and three interceptions.

Winner (6-0) plays Crow Creek Friday in Crow Creek. Mobridge-Pollock (2-4) hosts Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Friday in Mobridge.

First Quarter

W: Nick Hossle 25 run (Nate Galbraith run)

W: Trace Meyer 30 run (run failed)

W: Hossle 21 run (Tyrell Hailey run)

Second Quarter

W: Sam Naasz 69 run (Naasz run)

W: Trace Meyer 5 run (Kick failed)

W: Forrest Cerv 5 run (Meyer run)

Third Quarter

W: Cameron Biggins 17 run

Chamberlain 58, St. Francis Indian 8

ST. FRANCIS — Chamberlain beat St. Francis Indian 58-8 Friday in a high school football game.

Hunter Hallock had nine rushes for 115 yards and two touchdowns and Chris Schwartz had two tackles and three interceptions for Chamberlain.

No stats were reported for St. Francis Indian.

Chamberlain (2-4) plays Todd County Friday in Mission.

First Quarter

C: Chris Schwartz 52 run (conversion failed)

C: Schwartz 10 run (conversion good)

C: Hunter Hallock 56 run (conversion failed)

C: Hallock 4 run (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

C: Shawn Foote 51 interception return (conversion failed)

C: Dylan Dominiack 9 run (kick good)

C: Jim Bob Ellsworth 10 run (conversion failed)

S: Fumble recovery in end zone (conversion good)

Third Quarter

C: Daves Running Horse 10 run (kick good)

Fourth Quarter

C: Tyson Fleury 1 run (conversion failed)

Bon Homme 24, Wagner 13

WAGNER — Scott Van Winkle scored twice in Bon Homme’s 24-13 victory over Wagner Friday in high school football action.

Dakota Bodden completed 6 of 18 passes for 47 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 175 yards on 23 carries in the win. Chase Kortan had 44 receiving yards on three receptions.

Wagner’s Dylan Brunsing threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns on 11-for-27 passing. Noah St. Pierre had three catches for 102 yards and two scores. David Kocer had a team-high 10 tackles.

Bon Homme (4-2) plays at Elk Point-Jefferson Friday, while Wagner (4-2) plays at Canton Friday.

First Quarter

BH: Scott Van Winkle 68 interception return (Austin Kaul kick)

BH: Chase Kortan 25 run (Kaul kick)

W: Noah St. Pierre 26 pass from Dylan Brunsing (St. Pierre run)

Second Quarter

BH: Van Winkle 6 pass from Dakota Bodden (Kaul kick)

W: St. Pierre 58 pass from Brunsing (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

BH: Kaul 28 field goal

Avon 70, Marty Indian 12

AVON — The Avon Pirates rushed for 386 yards en route to beating Marty Indian 70-12 Friday.

Running back Brandon Kocmich tallied 179 yards and three touchdowns on five carries to lead the way for Avon. All three of Kocmich’s touchdowns were on runs of more than 30 yards. He also returned an interception for a score.

Devin Tolsma had 92 rushing yards and one touchdown for the Pirates, who are ranked atop the Class 9B. Jacob Knodel led the Avon receivers, hauling in two passes for 42 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter Chalmers led the way for Marty Indian with 58 rushing yards and one touchdown.

Avon (7-0) hosts Andes Central Oct. 24, while Marty Indian (0-6) plays Scotland Friday in Scotland.

First Quarter

A: Beeson 22 run (Brandon Kocmich kick)

M: Angelo Zephier 55 pass

A: Safety

A: Jacob Knodel 17 pass from Logan Mudder (conv failed)

A: Kocmich 50 run (Kochmich kick)

A: Devin Tolsma 41 run (conv failed)

A: Kocmich 50 interception return (Kocmich kick)

Second Quarter

A: Logan Powers 11 run (conv failed)

A: John Kapp 27 return (Kocmich kick)

M: Hunter Chalmers 52 run (conv failed)

A: Kocmich 46 run (run)

A: Kocmich 36 run

A: Knodel 0 recovery (Jacob Ciah run)

Parkston 21, Tri-Valley 0

PARKSTON — The Parkston football team churned out 284 yards on the ground en route to defeating Tri-Valley 21-0 Friday.

Parkston got contributions on the ground from Andrew Semmler, Blake Bietz, Wes Dvorak and Mitch Heisinger. Semmler ran 11 times for 75 yards and a touchdown, Bietz had five carries for 68 yards and one touchdown and Heisinger added 40 yards rushing. Dvorak ran eight times for 56 yards and caught a 58-yard touchdown pass.

Heisinger had seven tackles to lead the Parkston defense, while Austin Bertram and Brady Reiff each had five tackles.

Nick Buchman had 16 carries for 108 yards to lead Tri-Valley.

Parkston (5-1) plays Redfield/Doland in Redfield.

Second Quarter

P: Andrew Semmler 2 run (Wes Dvorak kick)

P: Blake Bietz 32 run (Dvorak kick)

P: Dvorak 58 pass from Zach Scott (Dvorak kick)

Burke/South Central 41, Scotland 6

SCOTLAND — Turner Serr rushed for 239 yards and three touchdowns to help Burke/South Central beat Scotland 41-6.

Serr also had 187 receiving yards and 12 tackles for the Cougars. Burke/South Central quarterback Zack Sebern threw for 110 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for a touchdown.

Scotland was led by Alex Kotalik, who rushed for 112 yards and one touchdown. Scotland quarterback Shaye Bloch finished with 68 passing yards.

The Cougars (4-2) play Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in Armour, while Scotland (3-4) hosts Marty Indian Friday in Scotland.

First Quarter

BSC: Jordan Jones 33 pass from Zach Sebern

Second Quarter

BSC: Zach Sebern 5 run

BSC: Levi Schonebaum 51 pass from Sebern

BSC: Tuner Serr 1 run

Third Quarter

BSC: Serr 33 run

Fourth Quarter

S: Alex Kotalik 77 run

BSC: Serr 1 run

*Complete scoring summary not available.

Canistota 48, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 12

CANISTOTA — The Hofer brothers combined for 294 rushing yards to help Canistota beat Mount Vernon/Plankinton 48-12 Friday.

Nick Hofer tallied 194 rushing yards and two touchdowns, while Carson Hofer rushed for 100 yards and one touchdown. Nick Hofer also had nine tackles and one interception. Jacob Buseman and Colton Golder also had nine tackles apiece, while Canistota quarterback Shay Jolley threw for 122 yards and two touchdowns.

Deric Denning led the way for Mount Vernon/Plankinton, rushing for 126 yards and one touchdown on nine attempts.

Canistota (3-3) plays at Howard Friday, while MVP (1-5) plays Menno/Marion Friday in Menno.

First Quarter

C: Nick Hofer 2 run (conversion good)

Second Quarter

MVP: Cote Hinker 33 run (conversion failed)

C: Jared Nielsen 10 run (conversion good)

C: Carson Hofer 4 run (conversion good)

Third Quarter

C: Nick Hofer 68 run (conversion good)

C: Jacob Buseman19 pass from Shay Jolley

Fourth Quarter

C: Nielsen 3 pass from Jolley (conversion good)

MVP: Deric Denning 68 run (conversion failed)

Colome 32, Corsica/Stickney 22

COLOME — Colome beat Corsica/Stickney 32-22 in a high school football game Friday night.

For Colome, Terrance Kinzer had 34 carries for 164 yards and three touchdowns and Reid Harter had 11 tackles and one interception.

No stats were reported for Corsica/Stickney despite attempts to reach coaches.

Colome (5-1) plays Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian Friday in Platte. Corsica/Stickney (4-2) plays Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central Friday in Stickney.

First Quarter

C: Terrance Kinzer 1 run (conversion good)

C: Will Cahoy 12 run (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

C: Kinzer 13 run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

C: Kinzer 88 kick return (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

C: Kinzer 9 run (conversion failed)

*Complete scoring summary was not available

Gregory 54, Andes Central 14

LAKE ANDES — Gregory beat Andes Central 54-14 in a high school football on Friday night.

For Gregory, Jonah Beck had two rushes for 60 yards and one touchdown and Kurt Braun went 4-for-4 in passing for four touchdowns and 114 yards.

For Andes Central, Chris Bad Hand had five carries for 43 yards and Zach Cournoyer had 12 tackles.

Gregory (6-1) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour Thursday October 24th in Gregory, while Andes Central (2-4) plays Gayville-Volin Friday in Gayville.

First Quarter

G: Derek Stukel 10 run (kick good)

G: Gavin Thomas 30 pass from Kurt Braun (kick blocked)

G: Andrew Taggart 40 pass from Braun (conversion good)

G: Taggart 25 pass from Braun (conversion good)

Second Quarter

G: Jonah Beck 45 run (kick good)

G: Taggart 19 pass from Braun (kick good)

AC: Hayden Medicine Horn 30 pass from Chris Bad Horn (conversion good)

Third Quarter

G: Robert Vomacka 1 run (conversion failed)

G: Vomacka 46 interception return (conversion failed)

AC: Joey Evans 45 run (conversion failed)

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 46, Highmore-Harrold 0

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central beat Highmore-Harrold 46-0 in a high school football game Friday night.

Austin Messmer had nine carries for 139 yards and four touchdowns and Jacob Fouberg had seven tackles in the win.

Clint Oakley had 11 carries 52 yards, while Ben Knippling had nine tackles in the loss.

The Blackhawks (4-2) play Corsica/Stickney Friday in Stickney.

First Quarter

W: Austin Messmer 5 run (conversion good)

W: Jevon Hohn 13 run (conversion good)

W: Landon Ochsner 25 run (conversion good)

W: Messmer 5 run (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

W: Messmer 27 run (conversion good)

Third Quarter

W: Messmer 57 run (conversion good)

Redfield/Doland 37, McCook Central/Montrose 0

SALEM — Landon Rohlfs rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries to help Redfield/Doland beat McCook Central/Montrose 37-0.

McCook Central/Montrose recorded 124 yards of total offense. Eric Hanson was the Fighting Cougars leading rusher, he had 30 yards on two carries. MCM quarterback Kylar Hansen completed seven of his 13 passes for 77 yards. Jesse Muth and Will Gottlob each had nine tackles to lead the MCM defense.

MCM (2-4) plays Flandreau Friday in Flandreau.

First Quarter

RD: Landon Rohls 61 run (Collin Klebsch kick)

Second Quarter

RD: Ephram Albrecht 71 pass from Kyle Stover (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

RD: Rohlfs 1 run (Rohlfs run)

RD: Klebsch 35 field goal

RD: Rohlfs 8 run (kick failed)

RD: Klebsch 9 run (Klebsch kick)

Lyman vs. New Underwood

The Lyman vs. New Underwood football game has been rescheduled for 2 p.m. today in Presho.

The game was originally scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday but was postponed because of inclement weather.

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