Area playoff football roundup: Fighting Cougars avenge loss to FlandreauSALEM — The McCook Central/Montrose football team avenged its only loss of the season with a 28-7 win over Flandreau in the first round of the 11B high school football playoffs Tuesday.
By: Sports Staff, The Daily Republic
SALEM — The McCook Central/Montrose football team avenged its only loss of the season with a 28-7 win over Flandreau in the first round of the 11B high school football playoffs Tuesday.
The Fighting Cougars lost to Flandreau 10-7 in their second game of the regular season on Sept. 2.
But MCM used 375 rushing yards and had two 100-yard rushers in the win Tuesday.
MCM’s Andy Kappenman had a team-high 148 yards and quarterback Gavin Gassman had 132 yards on 24 carries. Dominic Blindert had 93 rushing yards on 15 carries.
Gassman was also 5-of-13 for 94 yards passing.
Kappenman and Blindert each had seven tackles for MCM, which is 8-1 and advances to the 11B quarterfinal round Monday.
Flandreau’s Jacob Patterson had 134 rushing yards on 34 carries and Kyle Scofield had a game-high 15 tackles.
Joe Parsley had 12 tackles for Flandreau, which finished 6-3.
MCM: Gavin Gassman 11 run (Zach Bies kick)
MCM: Andy Kappenman 20 run (Bies kick)
F: Jacob Patterson 78 run (Nic Behrens kick)
MCM: Kappenman 3 run (Bies kick)
MCM: Dominic Blindert 37 run (Bies kick)
Chamberlain 59, Little Wound 24
KYLE — Chamberlain’s Traxton Priebe had 27 rushes for 161 yards in a first-round 11A playoff victory over Little Wound Tuesday.
Chamberlain picked up its second win of the year with the 59-24 victory.
Russell Felicia had 18 rushes for 108 yards and added a touchdown reception in the third quarter.
Quarterback Colton Anderson had two completions for 30 yards and one touchdown. He also had a rushing touchdown.
Defensively for Chamberlain, Brett Reimer had two interceptions and led the team with seven tackles. Teil Glaus had one interception.
Hudson Priebe and Benji Hammell had a fumble recovery.
Chamberlain (2-7) advances to the second round of the playoffs.
C: Traxton Priebe 1 run (Pass failed)
LW: Donnie Whirwind Horse 26 run (Kick failed)
C: Priebe 26 run (Pass failed)
LW: Antony Hopkins 5 run (Run failed)
C: Priebe 5 run (Felicia run)
C: Colton Anderson 1 run (Run failed)
C: Anderson 101 interception return (Run failed)
C: Priebe 4 run (Felicia run)
C: Clay Thunder Horse 47 run (Run failed)
LW: D.J. Hunter 34 pass from Hopkins (Run failed)
C: Felicia 20 pass from Anderson (Felicia kick)
C: Bryce Janish 3 run (Run failed)
LW: Garrick Stands 58 pass from Hopkins (Pass failed)
Avon 48, Estelline 6
AVON — Avon scored 48 unanswered points and didn’t allow a touchdown until the fourth quarter in its 48-6 9A first-round playoff win over Estelline Tuesday.
Avon’s Duffy Ducheneaux and Jackson Powers each had two touchdown runs. Powers finished with 110 rushing yards and Ducheneaux had 103.
Avon finished with 344 yards of offense, all of which came from its rushing attack.
Devin Tolsma had two fourth-quarter touchdowns for the Pirates, who are 8-1 and advance to the quarterfinals and will play an opponent yet to be determined.
A: Jackson Powers 10 run (Conversion failed)
A: Duffy Ducheneaux 1 run (Powers run)
A: Ducheneaux 8 run (Conversion failed)
A: Wyatt Beeson 30 run (Nick Poppe run)
A: Powers 9 run (Ducheneaux run)
A: Devin Tolsma 3 run (Conversion failed)
A: Tolsma 2 run (Conversion failed)
E: Matt Conrad 17 run (Conversion failed)
Mount Vernon 12
STICKNEY — Gunner Baan Hofman had 171 rushing yards on six carries and he scored four touchdowns in Corsica/Stickney’s 50-12 win over Mount Vernon Tuesday.
The Jaguars improve to 7-2 and advance to the quarterfinals of the 9A playoffs.
Ryan Hongslo had 195 rushing yards on 13 carries and also had a team-high 14 tackles for the Jaguars. Lane Thomas had 12 tackles.
Quarterback Adam Bormann had 44 yards passing on five completions and the team finished with 445 yards of total offense.
Mount Vernon’s Cote Hinker had 98 yards rushing on nine carries and Kody Weiss had 30 yards on nine carries.
Deric Denning finished with 42 yards passing on 3 of 12 completions. Shay Johnson had a team-high 11 tackles for the Mustangs.
CS: Gunner Baan Hofman 46 run (Conversion failed)
CS: Baan Hofman 72 run (Conversion good)
CS: Ryan Hongslo 54 interception return (Conversion good)
CS: Baan Hofman 9 run (Conversion failed)
CS: Hongslo 57 run (Conversion good)
CS: Hongslo 67 run (Conversion good)
MV: Deric Denning 1 run (Conversion failed)
MV: Jared Long 23 pass from Denning (Conversion failed)
CS: Baan Hofman 40 run (Conversion failed)
Winner 28, Wagner 13
WINNER — Winner defeated Wagner 28-13 in a first-round Class 11B playoff game Tuesday night in Winner.
The Warriors were led in the winning effort by Austin Bertram, who had 11 carries for 114 yards and two touchdowns.
Winner’s Ben Connot had 15 carries for 80 yards and one touchdown and quarterback Tanner Fritz completed 2-of-2 passes for 48 yards.
Bertram and Taylor Haley each had 10 tackles to lead the defense.
Wagner’s Alex Kocer had nine rushes for 36 yards and quarterback Jack Robinson was 14-of-32 passing for 175 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.
Winner (9-0) plays in the second round of the 11B playoffs on Monday in Winner, while Wagner ended its season 5-4.
Wi: Austin Richey 6 run (Kick failed)
Wi: Kyle Bertram 27 run (Ben Connot run)
Wi: Bertram 45 run (Richey kick)
Wa: David Kocer 10 pass from Jack Robinson (Derek Dickerson kick)
Wi: Connot 2 run (Richey kick)
Wa: Kocer 12 pass from Jack Robinson (Kick failed)
Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 68, Gregory 16
BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan finished with 401 rushing yards in a 68-16 rout of Gregory Tuesday night.
The Seahawks (8-1) advance to the quarterfinals of the 9AA playoffs.
Kendall Lindeman finished with six rushes for 157 yards for the Seahawks and Anthony Huber had eight carries for 148 yards. Quarterback Jace Conner had three carries for 60 yards.
Defensively for B-E/E, Ryan Hanks and Huber each had seven tackles.
Gregory’s Jayden Bartling had 10 completions on 23 attempts for 113 yards. He also had 11 carries for 71 yards.
Gregory (3-6) finished with 203 total yards and was led defensively by Nolan Fortuna with six tackles.
BEE: Kendall Lindeman 52 run (Run failed)
G: Jonah Beck 5 pass from Jayden Bartling (Bartline run)
BEE: Anthony Huber 1 run (Jace Connor run)
BEE: Connor 39 run (Lindeman run)
G: Andrew Taggart 11 pass from Bartling (Brody Boes pass from Bartling)
BEE: Huber 28 run (Run failed)
BEE: Kyle Pollreisz 1 run (Ryan Hanks pass from Connor)
BEE: Lindeman 19 run (Lindeman kick)
BEE: Huber 84 run (Lindeman kick)
BEE: Kyelle Herrick 34 run (Lindeman kick)
BEE: Colton Bierle 25 punt return (Run failed)
BEE: Wade Miller 86 kick return (End of game)
Harding County 54, Colome 12
BUFFALO — Colome’s Terrance Kinzer took the game’s opening kickoff back 93 yards for a touchdown, but it went downhill from there for Cowboys in a 54-12 loss to Harding County on Tuesday.
The game was a first-round contest in the Class 9B playoffs.
Kinzer added a 43-yard touchdown run in the second quarter for Colome, which trailed 34-12 at halftime.
Kinzer finished with 69 yards on 10 carries and Michael Rohde had 71 yards on 18 carries. Kinzer had 18 tackles to lead Colome’s defense. The Cowboys end the season 5-4.
C: Terrance Kinzer 88 kick return (PAT failed)
HC: Jess Feist 58 run (Feist run)
HC: Feist 15 yard run (run failed)
HC: Chek Giannonatti 8 run (Feist run)
C: Kinzer 43 run (PAT failed)
HC: Feist 14 run (Pat failed)
HC: Feist 3 run (Pat failed)
HC: Feist 7 run (Feist run
HC: Giannonatti 31 pass from Feist (run failed)
HC: Feist 25 run (Gionnonatti run)
Canistota 56, Chester Area 0
CANISTOTA — The Canistota Hawks kept the Chester Area Flyers scoreless in a 56-0 win Tuesday night in a 9A first-round playoff game. The game ended in the second quarter due to the mercy rule.
For the Hawks, Troy Hofer had nine carries for 71 yards, Alex Robertson had nine carries for 64 yards and Cody Bunger had five carries for 75 yards. Bunger was also 4-of-5 passing for 27 total yards.
Defensively for the Hawks, Eric Tieszen had six tackles while Troy Hofer and Zack Hofer each had five tackles.
For the Flyers, Austin Opdahl had 11 carries for 39 yards.
Canistota (9-0) advances to the quarterfinal round on Monday.
C: Cody Bunger 60 run (Trevor Schroeder pass from Bunger)
C: Zack Hofer 30 fumble recovery (Alex Robertson run)
C: Schroeder run (Schroeder pass from Bunger)
C: Troy Hofer 11 run (Eric Tieszen pass from Bunger)
C: Robertson 3 run (Tieszen pass from Bunger)
C: Nick Hofer 5 run (Robertson run)
C: Bunger 3 run (Robertson run)
Viborg/Hurley 54, Scotland 0
VIBORG — Viborg/Hurley kept Scotland from scoring in its win Tuesday night.
Viborg/Hurley ended Scotland’s season with the 54-0 shutout in 9B first-round playoff action.
Tyler Gerdes led Viborg/Hurley with eight carries for 125 yards. Trevor Jacobsen was 5-of-8 passing for 113 yards and Dennis DeNeui had three receptions for 66 yards.
Defensively, Gerdes had 10 tackles. Ryne Kludt and Tyler Novak each had nine tackles.
For Scotland, Ryan Auch led the offense with 14 carries for 40 yards and was 2-of-9 passing for 28 yards.
Defensively for Scotland, Auch had five tackles and Levi Geiman had four tackles.
Viborg/Hurley (7-2) moves on to the quarterfinal round Monday night.
VH: Ryne Kludt 26 pass from Trevor Jacobsen (Sid Hart kick)
VH: Dennis DeNeui 26 pass from Jacobsen (Hart kick)
VH: Tyler Gerdes 41 run (Hart kick)
VH: Gerdes 21 pass from Jacobsen (Hart kick)
VH: DeNeui 23 run (Hart kick)
VH: Jack Huether 15 run (PAT failed)
VH: DeNeui 89 interception (Hart kick)
VH: DeNeui 20 pass from Jacobsen
Kimball/White Lake 46,
Andes Central 6
KIMBALL — Kimball/White Lake had 458 total yards in its win over Andes Central Tuesday night.
For the WiLdKats, Trevor Reinsch had 10 carries for 107 yards, Jacob Kirsch had 13 carries for 72 yards, and Jesse Taylor had four carries for 63 yards. Taylor was 8-of-12 passing for 194 yards.
Defensively, Kirsch led Kimball/White Lake with eight tackles while Reinsch, Seth Carsten, and Luke Hanten each had five tackles.
For the Eagles, Connor Florey had 11 carries for 115 yards. Stephen Cournoyer was 4-of-12 passing for 37 yards.
Defensively, Esteban Rodriguez had 12 tackles.
Kimball/White Lake (7-2) will host a quarterfinal game in White Lake Monday night.
KWL: Trevor Reinsch 59 run (PAT failed)
KWL: Jesse Taylor 65 run (PAT failed)
KWL: Kyle Peters 5 pass from Taylor (Jacob Kirsch kick)
KWL: Seth Carsten 2 run (Luke Hanten pass from Taylor)
KWL: Peters 55 pass from Taylor (PAT failed)
KWL: Reinsch 61 pass from Taylor (PAT failed)
AC: Connor Florey 82 run (PAT failed)
KWL: Reinsch 3 run (PAT failed)
Hanson 22, Colman-Egan 0
COLMAN — The Hanson Beavers won 22-0 over the Colman-Egan Hawks in the first round of 9A playoffs Tuesday night.
Reid Smith led the Beavers’ offense with 40 carries for 177 yards and Jordan Craig had 11 carries for 87 yards.
Defensively, Alex Kayser had eight tackles and Jordan Craig had seven tackles.
Michael Bennett led the Hawks with 19 carries for 61 yards. Dalton Hannasch was 7-of-21 passing for 44 yards.
Defensively, Tyson Rosenboom had nine tackles and Cory Staab had eight tackles.
The Beavers (6-3) advance to the quarterfinal round Monday night.
H: Reid Smith 8 run (Smith run)
H: Jordan Craig 32 run (run failed)
H: Smith 6 run (Smith run)
Wilmot 26, Wolsey-Wessington 22
WILMONT — Brandon Knutson led the Wilmot Wolves with 19 carries for 102 yards in their 26-22 win over Wolsey-Wessington Tuesday night.
For the Wolves, Mike Argo had 16 carries for 87 yards and Chase Bronson had 10 carries for 95 yards.
Defensively, Tyler Anderson had 14 tackles and 2 sacks and Argo had 10 tackles.
For the Warbirds, Jalen Boomsma had 13 carries for 52 yards and Roy Lumpkin had 7 carries for 47 yards. Boomsma was 6-of-11 passing for 40 yards.
Defensively, C.J. Keef had 29 tackles and Sawyer Langbehn had 19 tackles.
Wilmot (8-1) moves on to the quarterfinal round Monday night.
W: Mike Argo 2 run (point failed)
W: Chase Bronson 50 run (point failed)
WW: Ryne Johnson 8 run (point failed)
W: Argo 4 run (Argo run)
WW: Jalen Boomsma 7 run (Brandon Bergquist pass from Boomsma)
W: Brandon Knutson 8 run (point failed)
WW: Alex Babcock 32 blocked punt return (Babcock pass from Boomsma)
South Central 12
IRENE — Irene-Wakonda beat South Central 31-12 in a 9A playoff game Tuesday night.
For Irene-Wakonda, Dustin Livingston had 10 carries for 112 yards and Garrett Anderson had six carries for 72 yards. Livingston was 2-of-4 passing for 15 yards
Defensively, Scott Davis had 11 tackles.
For South Central, Turner Serr had 17 carries for 67 yards and Christian Schweigert had nine carries for 60 yards.
Defensively, Sam Hazen and Jordan Janousek each had 13 tackles.
Irene-Wakonda (8-1) moves on to quarterfinal play Monday night.
IW: Dustin Livingston 66 run (kick failed)
SC: Garrett Bruns 8 run (pass failed)
IW: Livingston 17 run (kick failed)
SC: Christian Schweigert 5 run (kick failed)
IW: Scott Davis 5 run (kick failed)
IW: Garrett Anderson 54 run (Livingston kick)
IW: Daniel Brue 5 run (kick failed)
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