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Wagner’s Noah St. Pierre is tackled by McCook Central/Montrose defenders Will Gottlob (52) and Jerry Kappenman (32) during the first quarter of a high school football game Friday in Wagner. (Aaron Saunders/Republic)

Friday's Area high school football roundup: Blackhawks beat MVP in OT

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Friday's Area high school football roundup: Blackhawks beat MVP in OT
Mitchell South Dakota 120 South Lawler 57301

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central pulled off the overtime victory over Mount Vernon/Plankinton 28-22 in Wessington Springs in a high school football game Friday night.

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Joe Davis threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Jacob Fouberg in overtime to lift the Blackhawks.

Cote Hinker ran for 289 yards on 30 carries and had two touchdowns for Mount Vernon/Plankinton. MVP’s Cody Renken had nine tackles and Cote Hinker had seven tackles, two were for loss.

For the Blackhawks, Austin Messmer ran for 94 yards on 11 attempts and had a touchdown. On defense, Tucker Kingsbury had five tackles and two interceptions, while Messmer had 10.5 tackles.

The Blackhawks (1-1) host Sunshine Bible Academy Sept. 20 in Forestburg, while the Titans (0-2) host Howard Sept. 20 in Mount Vernon.

First Quarter

MVP: Cote Hinker 3 run (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

MVP: Hinker 8 run (Deric Denning run)

WWSSC: Austin Messmer 57 pass from Joe Davis (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

WWSSC: Messmer 54 run (Hinker run)

Fourth Quarter

MVP: Marcus Anderson 14 pass from Denning (Hinker run)

WWSSC: Tucker Kingsbury 2 run (Messmer run)

Overtime

WWSSC: Jacob Fouberg 6 pass from Davis

Wolsey-Wessington 44,

Hanson 18

ALEXANDRIA — Larenzo Williams had 17 carries for 279 yards to lead Wolsey-Wessington past Hanson 44-18 Friday.

Williams was 3 of 5 passing for 58 yards and added nine tackles on defense. Alex Babcock had 10 tackles and three sacks, while Williams had nine tackles.

For Hanson, Jacob Paradeis had 11 attempts for 56 yards and brought down three receptions for 55 yards. Sam VanderStowe had eight tackles.

Hanson (0-2) plays Alcester-Hudson in Alcester, while Wolsey-Wessington (2-0) hosts Warner Sept. 20.

Second Quarter

H: Mason Mayer 8 run (conversion failed)

WW: Larenzo Williams 71 run (conversion failed)

H: Jacob Paradeis 43 pass from Jerrod Zens (conversion failed)

WW: Jevin Scott 38 pass from Williams (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

H: Andy Craig 1 run (conversion failed)

WW: Williams 55 run (Ryan Johnson run)

WW: Williams 19 run (Hunter Johnson run)

Fourth Quarter

WW: Carter Langbehn safety

WW: Ryan Johnson 52 kickoff return (Ryan Johnson run)

WW: Ryan Johnson 26 run (Alex Babcock pass from Williams)

Wagner 27,

McCook Central/Montrose 12

WAGNER — Dylan Brunsing threw for 112 yards and two touchdowns to help the Wagner Red Raiders defeat the McCook Central/Montrose Fighting Cougars 27-12 Friday.

A large chunk of the 112 passing yards came in the fourth quarter when Brunsing connected with Chris Kuca for a 61-yard touchdown pass. It was Kuca’s only reception of the game.

Wagner running back David Kocer finished with 132 rushing yards and one touchdown on 21 carries. Kocer also had 13 tackles to lead the way for Wagner’s defense.

The Fighting Cougars had 210 rushing yards on 42 carries as a team. Jerry Kappenman, Dalton Combs, Tim Gassman and Collin Cleveland each had more than 30 yards rushing for McCook Central/Montrose.

Kappenman finished with 36 yards, Combs had 34, Gassman had 46 and Cleveland tallied 64.

Wagner (2-0) has a bye next week. MCM (0-1) hosts Bon Homme Friday in Salem.

Second Quarter

W: Dylan Brunsing 10 run (Noah St. Pierre kick)

Third Quarter

W: David Kocer 2 run (Attempt failed)

Fourth Quarter

W: St. Pierre 2 pass from Brunsing (Attempt failed)

MCM: Dalton Combs 11 run (Attempt failed)

W: Chris Kuca 61 pass from Brunsing (Brunsing pass)

MCM: Collin Cleveland 3 run (Attempt failed)

Howard 57, Chester Area 6

CHESTER — Luke Loudenburg ran for 238 yards and four touchdowns on 14 carries to help the Howard Tigers defeat Chester Area 57-6 Friday.

Loudenburg also had an interception.

Jordan Kuhle added five rushes for 163 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers in the win, while Gunner Gilbertson was completed two passes for 23 yards.

Chester Area was led by Cole Acheson, who threw for 102 yards and rushed for 50.

Howard (1-0) hosts Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan Friday in Howard. Chester (0-2) plays Viborg-Hurley Friday in Hurley.

A scoring summary was not available.

First Quarter

H: Luke Loudenburg 19 run (Isaiah Glanzer run)

H: Loudenburg 67 run (Glanzer run)

H: Glanzer 66 run (Loudenburg run)

Second Quarter

C: Austin Dossett 84 run (run failed)

H: Luke Loudenburg 61 run (Glanzer kick)

H: Loudenburg 34 run (kick failed)

Third Quarter

H: Jordan Kuhle 55 run (kick failed)

H: Kuhle 79 run (kick failed)

H: Riley Cramer 26 run (Glanzer run)

Parkston 21, Canton 14

PARKSTON — The Parkston Trojans rushed for 215 yards en route to defeating Canton 21-14 Friday.

Wes Dvorak provided 123 of those yards on the ground for the Trojans. Dvorak, a quarterback/defensive back, also had a 2-yard rushing touchdown, which came in the second quarter. He also added an interception.

Brady Rieff scored on a 6-yard touchdown run to open the scoring for the Trojans. Reiff also tied for the team lead in tackles with six. Austin Bertram and Mitch Heisinger also had six tackles for Parkston.

Canton was led by full back Tanner Broughton. Broughton rushed for 122 yards on 11 carries and had two touchdowns.

Parkston (2-0) hosts Elk Point-Jefferson Friday in Parkston. Canton (1-1) plays Beresford Friday in Canton.

First Quarter

P: Brady Reiff 6 run (Wes Dvorak kick)

C: Tanner Broughton 1 run (Brywn Ractilffe kick)

Second Quarter

P: Dvorak 2 run (Dvorak kick)

Third Quarter

P: Miles Semmler 5 run (Dvorak kick)

C: Broughton 9 run (Ractliffe kick)

Burke/South Central 63, Marty 0

BONESTEEL — Turner Serr scored three touchdowns to lead the Burke/South Central Cougars past Marty Indian 63-0 Friday.

Serr wasted no time getting the Cougars on the board, scoring a 90-yard touchdown on the opening kickoff. Serr finished the game with 104 yards on the ground and two rushing touchdowns.

Burke/South Central quarterback Zach Sebern threw for 114 yards and three touchdowns. Sean Staples, Rain Liewer, Sebern, Tyson Vogt and Vladik Johnson each recorded interceptions for the Cougar defense.

The game was stopped after one half of play due to mercy rule. Burke/South Central declined to release a scoring summary for this game.

The Cougars (1-1) play Andes Central Friday in Lake Andes.

Scotland 34,

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 6

SCOTLAND — The Scotland Highlanders got their first victory of the season Friday after beating Tripp-Delmont/Armour 34-6.

Tim Bodden had two touchdowns to lead the way for the Highlanders. Bodden brought back an 88-yard kickoff to open the second half. He also had a receiving touchdown.

Scotland had three rushing touchdowns from Seth Ireland, Bronson Baker and Chandler Diede.

Ireland tallied 61 yards to lead Scotland in rushing. Blake Konstanz chipped in with 39. Anthony Walloch had 16 tackles for the Highlanders.

Shane Koster led the way for Tripp-Delmont/Armour with 57 rushing yards and 54 passing yards.

No scoring summary was provided for this game.

Scotland (1-1) plays Avon Friday in Avon. TDA (0-2) hosts Gayville-Volin Friday in Tripp.

Kimball/White Lake 52,

Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 20

PLATTE — The Kimball/White Lake WiLdKats defeated Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 52-20 Friday in Platte.

No stats were submitted for this game.

Menno/Marion 50, Freeman 14

FREEMAN — Nick Gortmaker powered Menno/Marion past Freeman 50-14 in a high school football game in Freeman.

Gortmaker led both teams with 20 carries for 264 yards and four touchdowns. Chet Peterson had 14 attempts for 76 yards and three touchdowns.

Freeman’s Cole Paulson completed 10 of 28 passes for 209 yards and one touchdown. Paulson led the team with five tackles and one interception.

Menno/Marion had 374 yards on the ground and 56 passing, while Freeman had 30 yards rushing and 209 yards passing.

Menno/Marion (2-0) plays at Canistota Sept. 20, and Freeman (2-0) plays Canistota (0-2) Friday at Freeman.

First Quarter

MM: Dylan Lehr 41 pass (Austin Handel run)

MM: Chet Peterson 6 pass ( Handel run)

Second Quarter

MM: Gortmaker 76 run

F: Joseph Weier 82 pass (Cole Paulson run)

MM: Gortmaker 1 run ( Handel run)

Third Quarter

MM: Gortmaker 43 run

MM: Zakk Ryherd 8 punt

MM: Peterson 16 pass

Fourth Quarter

MM: Peterson 8 run ( Gortmaker run)

Valentine, Neb. 47, Chamberlain 0

VALENTINE — Chamberlain fell to Valentine, Neb., 47-0 Friday.

Chamberlain was led by Zach Kenobbie with six tackles on defense, and Shawn Foote recorded 3.5 tackles and one tackle for loss.

Valentine outrushed Chamberlain 289-142.

Chamberlain (0-2) and hosts Cheyenne-Eagle Butte on Friday.

Colome 36, Andes Central 14

COLOME — Colome beat Andes Central 36-14 in high school football action Friday night in Colome.

Terrance Kinzer led the way for Colome with 10 attempts for 54 yards and three touchdowns, while Cole McCarty had 11 attempts for 89 yards and two touchdowns.

Reid Rutten and Kinzer both had 13 tackles for Colome.

Andes Central did not report stats.

Colome (1-1) plays Highmore-Harrold Friday in Highmore Friday and Andes Central (1-1) plays Burke/South Central in Friday in Lake Andes.

First Quarter

C: Terrance Kinzer 1 run (run failed)

C: Kinzer 5 run (Kinzer run)

Second Quarter

C: Cole McCarty 2 run (run failed)

C: Kinzer 97 kickoff return

Third Quarter

C: McCarty 15 run (Reid Rutten run)

Winner 15, Bon Homme 9

TYNDALL — The Winner Warriors came away with a close 15-9 win over Bon Homme Friday.

Nathan Galbraith and Sam Naasz each scored touchdowns for the Warriors. Galbraith’s touchdown came in the first quarter on a 4-yard run, while Naasz’s came in the second quarter on a 10-yard run.

Chase Kortan scored Bon Homme’s only touchdown on a 54 yard pass from Scott Van Winkle in the second quarter. Kortan ran for 41 yards on six carries.

Scott Wieseler and Austin Kaul led Bon Homme in tackles with 12.

Trace Meyer led the Winner offense, amassing 107 yards on 18 carries.

Winner (2-0) hosts Valentine, Neb., Sept. 20, while Bon Homme (0-2) plays McCook Central/Montrose Friday in Salem.

First quarter

W: Nathan Galbraith, 4 run (conversion good)

Second quarter

BH: Chase Kortan 54 pass from Scott Van Winkle (conversion failed)

W: Sam Naasz 10 run (kick good)

BH: Kaul 37 yd field goal

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