Area high school football roundup: Parkston tops St. FrancisPARKSTON — Parkston scored four touchdowns in the first quarter en route to a 54-8 non-conference football win over St. Francis Friday.
St. Francis 8
PARKSTON — Parkston scored four touchdowns in the first quarter en route to a 54-8 non-conference football win over St. Francis Friday.
Parkston improves to 1-2 on the season, while St. Francis drops to 0-2.
Parkston got on the scoreboard first with a 43-yard pass from Zack Scott to Brady Reiff. Also in the first quarter, the Trojans got a 66-yard punt return from Wes Dvorak, a 32-yard scoring run from Jesse Thuringer and a 7-yard run from Josh Rands. Although St. Francis answered with a long TD pass late in the first quarter, Parkston held the visitors throughout the rest of the game to record the win.
David Voorhees led Parkston’s offense with 63 yards rushing on nine carries. Scott was 1-of-1 passing for the Trojans, who gained 237 yards overall.
Eric One Star was 10-of-21 passing for 175 yards for St. Francis.
Parkston, which plays at McCook Central Friday, led 40-8 at halftime.
P: Brady Reiff 43 pass (kick failed).
P: Wes Dvorak 66 punt return (Dvorak kick)
P: Jesse Thuringer 32 run (Dvorak kick)
P: Josh Rands 7 run (Dvorak kick)
SF:James Henry 66 pass from Eric One Star (One Star kick)
P: Rands 7 run (Dvorak kick)
P: Chase Stoebner 2 run (Dvorak kick)
P: Rands 23 run (Voorhees run)
P: Anthony Buchman 10 run (kick failed)
ALEXANDRIA — Hanson broke from a scoreless game early in the second quarter to beat Freeman 38-26 in a Cornbelt Conference football game Friday.
Hanson had 50 carries for 227 yards rushing and went 2-of-6 passing for 55 yards, totaling 282 yards. Freeman had 12 carries for 112 yards and went 7-of-20 for 123 yards, totaling 225 yards.
Hanson was led by Jacob Paradeis, who had 76 yards on 17 carries, and Tyler Pringle, who had 12 carries for 91 yards. Jordan Marquardt had two receptions for 55 yards.
Freeman’s Andrew Munkvold had 10 carries for 87 yards and Brennan Schmidt had five catches for 101 yards. Jordan Reinhart threw for all 123 yards for Freeman.
Defensively for Hanson, Jordan Marquardt had seven tackles and an intereception and Matt Huber added seven tackles. For Freeman, Cole Waldhauser had seven tackles.
Hanson is now 3-0 and is at Canistota Friday. Freeman is 0-2 and is at home against Chester, also this Friday.
H: Tyler Pringle 49 run (Jacob Paradeis run)
F: Joseph Weir 58 pass from Reinhart (conversion run good)
H: Jordan Marquardt 39 pass from Pringle (Paradeis run)
F: Brennan Schmidt 9 pass from Reinhart (pass failed)
F: Reinhart 1 run (run failed)
H: Paradeis 5 run (run failed)
H: Mason Mayer 3 run (Pringle run)
F: Andrew Munkvold 49 run (run failed)
H: Pringle 18 run (Pringle run)
Andes Central 44,
LAKE ANDES — Andes Central’s Zach Cournoyer had a big night on both offense and defense as the Eagles beat Menno 44-12 in a nine-man football game Friday.
Cournoyer had 18 carries for 197 yards rushing and a long touchdown on offense. On defense, he was in on 16 combined tackles and also had an interception.
Andes Central (2-0) had 403 yards rushing. Brian Brugier had 12 carries for 74 yards.
For Menno (0-3), Austin Herrboldt had 16 carries for 95 yards and also was 16-for-29 for 195 yards passing. Menno had 351 yards overall.
Andes Central’s defense was also paced by Joey Evans, who was in on 11 tackles and also had an interception.
Andes Central is host to Avon Friday.
M:Dustin Lerr 24 pass from Austin Herrboldt 24 (kick failed)
AC:Zach Cournoyer 80 run (Brian Brugier run)
AC:Joey Evans 23 run (pass failed)
AC:Brugier 8 run (run failed)
AC:Gabe Cournoyer 3 run (Zach Cournoyer run)
AC:Brugier 2 run (Gabe Cournoyer run)
M:Parker Shultz 10 pass from Herrboldt (kick failed)
AC:Neulan Dion 4 run (Angel Alcaraz run)
South Central 45
BURKE — Colome got 227 yards rushing and four touchdowns from Andrew Odden in picking up a 66-45 win over South Central Friday.
Colome led 30-19 at halftime.
Colome had 320 yards rushing and 34 passing. Terrance Kinzer had 115 yards rushing on seven carries for the Cowboys.
South Central had 182 yards rushing 124 yards passing. Turner Serr had 104 yards on the ground and Serr also was 6-of-16 for all 124 yards through the air.
Defensively for South Central, Serr had 13 tackles and Sam Hazen had 13, including three for a loss, and a blocked punt. For Colome, Kinzer had 10 tackles and an intereception, and Lane Fawcett had eight tackles and a sack.
South Central now is 1-2 on the season. Colome is 2-1.
C: Terrance Kinzer 65 run (Brady London pass from Kinzer)
C: Brandon Hauf 1 run (Andrew Odden run)
SC: Garrett Bruns 44 pass from Turner Serr (Cullen Davis kick)
SC: Serr 29 run (pass failed)
C: Odden 60 run (kick failed)
SC: Serr 1 run (run failed)
C: Cole Ratermann 11 pass from Kinzer (Lane Fawcett pass from Kinzer)
C: Odden 7 run (kick failed)
SC: Bruns 70 kick return (pass failed)
C: Hauf 30 run (London pass from Kinzer)
SC: Bruns 24 pass from Serr (Davis kick)
C: Odden 76 run (kick failed)
C: Kinzer 6 run (Ratermann pass from Kinzer)
SC: Serr 18 run (kick failed)
SC: Tyson Serr 6 run (Davis kick)
C: Odden 39 run (Jacob Worden run)
ARMOUR — Corsica/Stickney kept Tripp-Delmont/Armour from scoring in its 52-0 win Friday. The game was ended in the third quarter due to the mercy rule.
Corsica/Stickney was led Eli Van Roekel who had 11 carries for 97 yards rushing. Adam Bormann was 1-of-1 passing. Lane Thomas had one reception for three yards. Cameron Kostal and Kardell Boomsma each had six tackles.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour was led by Gunnar Dally with 15 carries for 23 yards and was 1-of-6 for 40 yards passing. Mitchell Bigge had one reception for 40 yards. Dally led the defense with seven tackles.
Corsica/Stickney is now 3-0 and plays at Colome Friday. Tripp-Delmont/Armour is 0-3 and plays at Scotland Friday.
CS: Gunner Baan Hofman 80 run
CS: Bormann 5 run
CS: Baan Hofman 7 run
CS: Thomas 40 run
CS: Bormann 3 run
CS: Van Roekel 27 run
CS: Van Roekel 10 run
Winner 27, Bon Homme 7
WINNER — Kyle Bertram rushed for 200 yards in Winner’s 27-7 win over Bon Homme Friday.
Kyle Bertram with 18 carries with one reception. Ben Connot had 17 carries for 71 yards. Tanner Fritz was 3-of-6 passing for 24 yards. The Warriors defense was led by Isiah Old Lodge with six tackles. Jay Brandis added five tackles.
Bon Homme’s leading rusher was Kodi Larson, who had five carries for 20 yards. Blase Vanecek was 8-of-16 passing for 80 yards.
Winner is 3-0 and plays Valentine, Neb. Friday in Valentine. Bon Homme is 1-2 and hosts Garretson Friday in Tyndall.
W: Bertram 72 run (kick failed)
W: Connot 2 run (run failed)
BH: Vanecek 1 run (Vanecek kick)
W: Fritz 2 pass to Old Lodge (Fritz pass to Bertram)
W: Bertram 47 run (Garrett Gronlund kick)
Kadoka Area 22, Lyman 18
LYMAN — Lyman fell to 0-2 this season with a 22-18 loss to Kadoka Area Friday.
Kadoka’s Kenar VanderMay rushed 24 times for 164 yards. Chandlier Sudbeck rushed 16 times for 122 yards. Clint Stout recorded 15 tackles and Chance Knutson had 11.
Lyman’s leading rusher was Charlie LaRoche with 87 yard on 13 carries. Jaylen Uthe had 14 carries for 65 yards. Jaelani Uthe went 7-of-13 passing for 149 yards. Jaylen Uthe had 11 tackles and LaRoche had 10 tackles.
Kadoka Area is 2-1 and plays at Wall Friday. Lyman and plays at Lower Brule Friday.
KA: VanderMay 27 run (run good)
L: Jalen Uthe 13 run (run failed)
KA: Sudbeck 46 run (run failed)
L: LaRoche 17 run (run failed)
KA: VanderMay 7 run (run good)
L: Uthe 53 pass to LaRoche (run failed)
McCook Central/Montrose 33,
SALEM — McCook Central/Montrose rushed for 236 yards as the Fighting Cougars defeated the Chamberlain Cubs 33-0 Friday.
Tim Gassman was the leading rusher for the Fighting Cougars with 16 attempts for 91 yards. Tyler Cleveland rushed 23 yards on nine attempts. Corwin Coldman rushed for 70 yards on 14 attempts. Brandon Reif was 6-of- 8 passing for 101 yards. McCook Central/Montrose is 2-1 and hosts Parkston Friday in Salem.
Chamberlain was led by Russell Felicia 32 yards eight attempts. Hudson Priebe rushed 32 yards on five attempts. Hunter Hallock rushed 15 yards on six attempts. Russell Felicia had one reception for 14 yards. Dalton Andera had one reception for 13 yards. Hallock was 2-of-5 passing for 27 yards.
Mike Hauke led the Cubs defense with 11tackles. Russell Felicia and Brett Reimer had 4.5 tackles each. Sam Tyrell recorded four tackles. Chamberlain is 1-2 and hosts Todd County Friday.
MCM: Gassman 2 run (run failed)
MCM: Reif 29 pass to Kapperman (Coldman run)
MCM: Cleveland 8 run (Zach Vies kick)
MCM: Coldman 7 run (kick failed)
Kimball/White Lake 39, Miller 6
WHITE LAKE — Kimball/White Lake rushed for a total 366 yards to defeat Miller 39-6 Friday.
Trevor Reinesch led the WiLdKats with 13 carries for 135 yards. Jacob Kirsch rushed 13 times for 95 yards. Coledon Eimers rushed 22 yards on two attempts. Jesse Taylor went 3-of-5 passing for 33 yards. Eathen Gaulke was 2-of-2 receiving for 27 yards and Jace Pulse was 2-of-2 receiving for 33 yards.
The Kimball/White Lake defense was led by Turner Blasius 12 tackles. Willie Norwood recorded nine tackles and Reinesch had six.
Austin Schaff was the leading rusher for Miller with 39 yards on four carries. Wyatt Strasburg was 1-of-2 passing for 31 yards. Lee Sivertsen was 1-of-2 receiving for 31 yards.
The WiLdKats are 3-0 and play at Gregory Friday. Miller is 1-1 and hosts Potter County Friday.
KWL: Reinesch 10 run (point failed)
KWL: Reinesch 30 run (Kirsch run)
KWL: Taylor 49 run (point failed)
KWL: Taylor p ass to Gaulke (Kirsch kick)
M: Strasburg 11 run (point failed)
KWL: Kirsch 2 run (point failed)
KWL: Reinesch 1 run (point failed)
Marion 44, Scotland 0
MARION — The Marion Bears rushed 334 yards in a 44-0 win over the Scotland Highlanders Friday night.
Andrew Grassi rushed 166 yards on 15 carries. Nick Gortmaker rushed 163 yards on 10 carries. Andrew Nelson was 2-of-6 passing for 62 yards. Grassi had one reception for 41 yards. The Bears defense was led by Gortmaker with 12 tackles. Grassi added 10 tackles. Jordan Tunge, Brandon Goossen, and Lincoln Langerock each had nine tackles.
Logan Winckler rushed for 20 yards on seven carries and led the defense with 16 tackles. Mike Millsap had 11 tackles and Anthony Walloch had ten tackles.
Marion is 1-2 and plays Gayville-Volin Friday in Gayville. Scotland is 0-2 and hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday.
M: Gortmaker 34 run (run good)
M: Gortmaker 1 run (Tunge run)
M: Gortmaker 18 run (Gortmaker run)
M: Gortmaker 41 run (run failed)
M: Gortmaker 9 run (run failed)
M: Gortmaker 8 run (run failed)
Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 7
PLATTE — Wagner improved to 2-0 with a 30-7 win over Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian Friday night.
Wagner was led in rushing by David Kocer 26 attempt for 157 yards. Noah St. Pierre rushed five times for 29 yards. Dylan Brunsing was 7-of-13 for 107 yards passing. Austin Soukup had four receptions for 67 yards. Wagner’s defense was led by Kocer with 8.5 tackles.
Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian’s leading rusher was Richard Sternberg with 32 yards on nine carries. Coby Johnson was 4-of-17 for 18 yards passing. Jake Spoelstra had two receptions for 16 yards. Drew Turnis led the Black Panthers with 12.5 tackles. Tate Van Zee added 6.5 tackles.
Wagner and hosts Beresford Friday. Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian is 0-3 and plays Elk Point-Jefferson Friday in Elk Point.
W: Kocer 24 run (kick failed)
W: Kocer 12 run (kick failed)
PGDC: Johnson 10 punt recovery (Sternberg kick)
W: Kocer 15 run (pass failed)
W: Soukup 5 run (kick failed)
W: Sage Zephier 4 run (kick failed)
Gregory 52, Avon 0
AVON — No stats were available when this edition went to press.
Gregory is 3-0 and hosts Kimball/White Lake Friday. Avon is 1-2 and play Andes Central Friday in Lake Andes.
Howard 66, Chester Area 40
CHESTER — Howard improved to 1-1 with a 66-40 win over Chester Area Friday night.
Howard was led by Cole Potter with seven attempts for 188 yard rushing. Luke Loudenburg had 17 attempts for 170 yards. Evan Donahue had nine attempts for 82 yards rushing. Landon Laible was 5-of-6 passing for 104 yards. The leading tackler was Nick Pardy with 10 tackles. Andrew Schwader, Hunter Eggert, and Cal Wiese each had nine tackles. Potter added eight tackles.
Howard plays at Parker Friday.
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