Seahawks get back on track with win over Mount VernonETHAN — Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan scored 46 second-quarter points en route to a 60-12 win over Mount Vernon in a high school football game Friday afternoon.
ETHAN — Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan scored 46 second-quarter points en route to a 60-12 win over Mount Vernon in a high school football game Friday afternoon.
The Seahawks had 13 players get at least one carry, finishing with 311 yards on the ground.
Anthony Huber had six carries for 79 yards for the Seahawks, who lost last week to Canistota 16-8 but picked up their second win of the season.
At quarterback for BEE was Jace Connor, who was 3-for-4 passing for 34 yards and three touchdowns.
Terry Weber and Blake Bartscher each had seven tackles to lead the Seahawks’ defense. Rylee Riggs added an interception.
Mount Vernon, which had 192 yards rushing, was led by Cote Hinker’s 79 yards on 11 carries. He also led the defense with 10 tackles.
The Mustangs completed one pass in the game, a 5-yarder from Deric Denning to Cody Renken. Renken also added 10 tackles.
BEE (2-1) plays at Hanson in Alexandrian on Friday, while Mount Vernon (1-2) hosts Canistota Friday.
BEE: Clayton Dye 25 pass from Jace Connor (Kyelle Herrick run)
MV: Jared Long 4 run (Pass failed)
BEE: Wade Miller 71 kick return (Anthony Huber run)
BEE: Terry Weber 3 pass from Connor (Dye pass from Connor)
BEE: Jordan Grosdidier 44 pass from Connor (Jonah Bailey run)
BEE: Miller 8 run (Bailey run)
BEE: Huber 57 run (Anthony Donavon run)
BEE: Ethan Riggs 33 run (Run failed)
MV: Deric Denning 16 run (Run failed)
BEE: Wyatt McBrayer 2 run (Donavon run)
Kimball/White Lake 65, Gregory 28
GREGORY — Three Kimball/White Lake running backs had at least 100 yards rushing in a 65-28 win over Gregory Friday.
Trevor Reinesch had 15 carries for 130 yards and three touchdowns, Jake Kirsch ran 17 times for 122 yards and one touchdown and Kyle Peters had eight carries for 116 yards and two touchdowns. The WiLdKats moved to 4-0 with 45 rushes for 390 yards.
Jesse Taylor completed 5 of 8 passes for 118 yards. Peters had three receptions for 81 yards and also caught a 49-yard TD. Taylor added eight tackles and an interception with 7 seconds before the half that he returned 45 yards for a touchdown. The score gave KWL a 37-20 lead.
For Gregory, Derek Stukel scored from the first play from scrimmage on an 81-yard touchdown run. Stukel had four rushes for 96 yards and a touchdown. He also caught two passes for 73 yards and a touchdown. Stukel added 13 tackles defensively.
Jaden Bartling had 16 rushes for 67 yards and two touchdowns. He was 9-of-22 passing for 186 yards. Gregory finished with 378 yards of total offense in the loss.
KWL (4-0) plays at Lyman in Presho Friday, while Gregory (3-1) hosts Marty Friday.
G: Derek Stukel 81 run (Run failed)
KWL: Jake Kirsch 68 run (Kirsch kick)
G: Stukel 54 pass from Jaden Bartling (Pass failed)
KWL: Kyle Peters 62 run (Kirsch kick)
G: Bartling 16 run (Kurt Braun from Bartling)
KWL: Trevor Reinesch 1 run (Kirsch kick)
KWL: Jesse Taylor 6 run (Taylor run)
KWL: Taylor 45 interception return (Reinesh from Kirsch)
KWL: Peters 49 pass from Taylor (Kick failed)
KWL: Reinesch 14 run (Run failed)
G: Bartling 1 run (Bartling run)
KWL: Reinesch 52 run (Eathen Gaulke from Taylor)
KWL: Peters 42 run (Kirsch kick)
Winner 32, Valentine, Neb., 14
VALENTINE, Neb. — Trace Meyer led the Winner High School football team with 10 carries for 104 yards and one touchdown to a 32-14 victory over Valentine, Neb., Friday.
Winner recorded 332 total offensive yards.
Ben Connot had 10 carries for 87 yards.
Meyer and Adam Farner each recorded 10 tackles on the night.
Winner (4-0) hosts Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian Friday.
V: Trent Austnas 1 run (extra point good)
W: Meyer 76 run (extra point failed)
W: Nolan Donahue 13 run (conversion failed)
W: Kyle Bertram 5 run (conversion failed)
Tanner Fritz 6 run (Fritz run good)
W: Fritz 7 run (extra point failed)
V: Austnas 20 pass from Jesse Owen (extra point good)
Woonsocket/ Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 52,
WOONSOCKET — Trevor Easton had four touchdowns in Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central’s 52-20 win over Highmore-Harrold Friday in Woonsocket.
Easton with 7 carries for 77 yards and had 134 fumble return yards for two touchdowns. Todd Steckl completed 2-of-4 passing for 51 yards and two touchdowns, while Landon Ochsner had eight tackles.
WWSSC had 267 yards rushing in the game.
Highmore-Harrold’s Michael Weidenbach had 14 carries for 74 yards and three touchdowns.
WWSSC (1-3) plays at Sunshine Bible Academy at 2 p.m. Friday, while Highmore-Harrold (0-3) hosts Lower Brule Friday.
WWSSC: Easton 45 pass from Todd Steckl (Jevon Hohn from Stekl good)
WWSSC: Hohn 6 pass from Steckl (Levi Olinger run good)
WWSSC: Easton 20 run (pass failed)
WWSSC: Tyler Kruger 6 run (Bailey Willman from Steckl good)
WWSSC: Easton 36 fumble return (Jared Bechen run good)
WWSSC: Easton 98 fumble return (Bechen run good)
HH: Michael Weidenbach 20 run (Weidenbach run good)
HH: Weidenbach 45 run (conversion failed)
WWSSC: Ty Swenson 50 run (conversion failed)
HH: Weidenbach 4 run (conversion failed)
Chester Area 57, Freeman 28
FREEMAN — Freeman came back from 14-0 down to defeat Chester 57-28 in a high school football game Friday.
Chester Area’s Austin Opdahl had 13 carries for 124 yards and one touchdown and completed 5-of-11 passes for 135 yards and two touchdowns. Cole Acheson had 14 tackles.
Freeman’s Arron Lickteig was 15-of-25 in passing for 174 yards and two touchdowns. Jordan Rinehart had six receptions for 82 yards and one touchdown. Andrew Munkvold had 19 tackles in the game.
Freeman (0-3) plays Howard Friday, while Chester (2-1) hosts Parker Friday.
C: Opdahl 32 run (Josh Curtis kick good)
C: Curtis 53 pass from Opdahl(Curtis kick good)
F: Brennan Schmidt 5 pass (Joe Weier pass good)
C: Austin Dossett 40 pass from Opdahl (Curtis kick good)
F: Munkvold 1 run (attempt failed)
C: Curtis 12 kick
C: Dossett 85 run (attempt failed)
C: Opdahl 39 run (Curtis kick good)
C: Dossett 1 run (Curtis kick good)
F: Munkvold 3 run (attempt failed)
C: Kyle Heyn 4 run
C: Opdahl 1 run (Curtis kick good)
F: Rinehart 26 pass (Rinehart pass good)
Centerville 38, Menno 28
MENNO — Seamus O’Malley had four touchdowns in Centerville’s 38-28 win over Menno in high school football action Friday in Menno.
O’Malley had 12 carries for 71 yards and completed 10 passes for 278 yards. Josh DeRaad had four receptions for 105 yards and one touchdown for Centerville. Logan Hunter had 25 tackles.
Menno’s Austin Herrboldt had 24 carries for 147 yards and one touchdown, while Chet Peterson carried the ball 29 times for 135 yards and two touchdowns. Tyrell Bertsch had nine tackles and three sacks.
Centerville (3-1) hosts Irene-Wakonda Friday, and Menno (0-4) plays Gayville-Volin Friday.
C: Ty Knutson 22 pass from O’Malley (Josh DeRaad run good)
C: Hunter 43 run (O’Malley run good)
C: Knutson 16 pass from O’Malley (O’Malley run good)
M: Peterson 4 run (Austin Herrboldt run good)
C: DeRaad 65 pass from O’Malley (DeRaad pass from O’Malley good)
C: O’Malley 17 run (attempt failed)
M: Herrboldt 3 run (attempt failed)
M: Peterson 1 run (Schaeffer run good)
M: Peterson 3 run (attempt failed)
Scotland 34, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 7
SCOTLAND — Tim Bodden and Logan Winckler scored two touchdowns apiece in Scotland’s 34-7 victory over Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in Scotland.
Bodden had 11 carries for 94 yards, Logan Winckler had 17 carries for 87 yards and Jared Kloucek had 11 carries for 76 yards. Winkler led in tackles with 11 in the game.
TDA’s Gunnar Daly ran the ball 19 times for 47 yards and one touchdown.
Scotland (1-2) plays Avon Friday, while TDA (0-4) hosts Marion in Tripp Friday.
S: Tim Bodden pass from Garret Kotalik (Jarod Kloucek run good)
TDA: Gunnar Daly run (Brice Caery kick good)
S: Bodden 27 run (Kloucek run good)
S: Logan Winckler run (attempt failed)
S: Winckler run (attempt failed)
Complete scoring summary not available.
South Central 49, Marty 8
MARTY — Garrett Bruns rushed for 70 yards on six carries in South Central’s 49-8 win over Marty Friday night.
Rain Liewer rushed for 48 yards on nine carries for the Cougars. Owen Andrews had six tackles in the win. Sam Hazen had two tackles, one sack and two fumble recoveries.
Marty’s offense was led by Randall Bohn, but rushing yards were not available.
South Central improved to 2-2 and hosts Avon in Bonesteel Sept. 28. Marty is 1-2 this season and plays at Gregory Friday.
SC: Tyson Serr 15 run (conversion good)
SC: Turner Serr 6 run (conversion good)
SC: Hazen punt return
SC: Tyson Serr 11 run (Cullen Davis kick)
SC: Tyson Vogt 20 run (Davis kick)
SC: Bruns 31 run (Davis kick)
SC: Bruns 15 run (Davis kick)
M: Blair Jumping Elk pass to Chris BadHand (Jumping Elk pass to BadHand)
Flandreau 24, Tri-Valley 22
FLANDREAU — Jake Patterson had 126 rushing yard on 23 carries to lead the Flandreau Flyers past Tri-Valley Friday 24-22.
Mitchell Foster had 118 yards on 17 carries for the Flyers. Jace Christensen passed for 10 yards. Kyle Scoffield had 11 tackles.
Tri-Valley was led offensively by Logan Coutman with 83 rushing yards on 14 carries. Brett Paige had 64 yards passing.
Flandreau is 4-0 and plays Garretson Sept. 28th. Tri-Valley is 3-1 and hosts Dell Rapids Friday.
Bon Homme 20, Garretson 0
TYNDALL — Bon Homme picked up a win over Garretson Friday night with a final score of 20-0.
Bon Homme was led by Blasé Vanecek, who had eight carries for 27 yards and was 4-of-7 passing for 33 yards. Ross Kortan rushed 71 yards on seven carries. Scott Wieseler had 11 tackles and Alec Weber added nine.
Bon Homme (2-2) hosts Wagner Friday. Garretson (2-2) hosts Flandreau Sept. 28th.
BH: Dakota Bodden 23 interception run (point failed)
BH: Kortan 43 run (point failed)
BH: Vanecek 1 run (Cody Larson run)
Colome 44, Corsica/Stickney 16
COLOME — Colome had 414 total offensive yards in its 44-16 win over Corsica/Stickney Friday.
Colome’s top rusher was Andrew Odden, who had 20 carries for 110 yards. Terrance Kinzer had 22 carries for 87 yards and was 7-of-12 passing for 118 yards. Cohl Ratermann had two receptions for 48 yards. Zach Ekberg had two receptions for 42 yards. Lane Fawcett had one reception for 16 yards. Kinzer recorded 11 tackles and one interception and Odden had 10 tackles. Brady London had one interception and Chase Hrabanek had a fumble recovery.
Corsica/Stickney was led by Adam Bormann who had 11 carries for 45 yards and was 7-of-14 passing for 167 yards. Mason Van Vuuren had five carries for 32 yards. Bormann had 14 tackles.
Colome is 3-1 and plays at Plankinton Friday. Corsica/Stickney is 2-1 this season and hosts Andes Central Friday in Stickney.
A complete scoring summary was not available.
C: Kinzer 16 pass to Fawcett (Kinzer pass to Hrabanek)
C: Kinzer 2 run (Kinzer run)
C: Kinzer 9 run (Kinzer pass to London)
C: Kinzer 10 run (Kinzer pass to Ratermann)
C: Kinzer 2 run (point failed)
C: Odden 36 run (point failed)
Faulkton Area 14, Plankinton 6
PLANKINTON — Faulkton Area improved to 2-1 this season with a 14-6 win over Plankinton Friday.
Darin Wieseler rushed 28 times for 163 yards to lead Faulkton’s offense. Kurt Beidler was 6-of-14 passing for 74 yards. Brandon Potter recorded 17 tackles. Faulkton hosts Warner Friday.
Logan Evans led Plankinton with 74 yards on seven rushes. Kellam Karst was 13-of-28 passing for 83 yards. Garrett Lawson had 8.5 tackles. Plankinton is 2-1 this season and hosts Colome Friday.
F: Oliver Aesoph 11 run (point failed)
P: Karst 23 pass to Nick Lawson (point failed)
F: Wieseler 6 run (Wieseler run)
Avon 36, Andes Central 0
LAKE ANDES — Avon’s defense held Andes Central scoreless in a 36-0 win Friday.
Avon’s leading rusher was Brandon Kocmich had seven for 103 yards. Devin Tolsma had eight for 49 yards. Logan Powers was 1-of-3 passing for six yards. Kocmich had seven tackles Taylor Hento had six.
Andes Central’s Zach Cornoyer had 11 carries for 25 yards. Gabe Cornoyer was 3-of-11 for 19 yards. Joey Evans had 12 tackles for AC.
Avon (2-2) hosts Scotland Friday. Andes Central (2-1) plays Corsica/Stickney Friday in Stickney.
A: Kocmich 91 run (Powers pass to Logan Mudder)
A: Devin Tolsma 8 run (point failed)
A: Kocmich 90 run (pass failed)
A: Tolsma 25 run (Mudder run)
A: Kocmich 70 run (Tolsma run)
Chamberlain 40, Todd County 7
CHAMBERLAIN — Chamberlain had 311 rushing yards in a 40-7 win over Todd County Friday.
Russell Felicia rushed for 136 yards on 20 carries. Hunter Big Eagle rushed for 38 yards on three attempts. Hudson Priebe rushed for 46 yards on five attempts. Mike Hauke had five carries 32 yards and Sam Tyrell had seven carries for 37 yards. Chris Schwartz was 3-of-6 passing for 84 yards. Dalton Andera had two receptions for 58 yards and Priebe had 26 yards on one reception. Andera and Lucas Daly had four tackles each. Big Eagle had 2.5 tackles.
Zach Cox recorded three receptions for 69 yards for Todd County.
Chamberlain is 1-2 this season and plays Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian Sept. 28 in Platte. Todd County is 3-0 and hosts St. Francis Indian Thursday in Mission.
A scoring summary was not available.
Howard 36, Parker 8
PARKER — Howard recorded 347 total offensive yards in its 36-8 win over Parker Friday night.
Cole Potter rushed for 96 yards on eight carries. Luke Loudenberg rushed for 46 yards on 13 carries. Isaiah Glanzer rushed for 39 yards on three carries. Landon Laible was 10-of-13 passing for 110 yards. Potter tallied 40 yards on two receptions and Evan Donahue tallied 20 yards on two receptions. Andrew Schwader recorded 16 yards on two receptions and Loudenberg recorded 11 yards on two receptions. Nick Pardy and Potter each recorded eight tackles and Cal Wiese had seven.
Blake Reynolds rushed for 96 yards on 17 attempts for Parker. Zach Knock rushed seven times for 38 yards. Seth Dykstra was 4-of-6 passing for 26 yards. Eric Hunstad recorded 25 yards on two receptions. Knock led the defense for Parker with 10 tackles. Jake Anderson added seven.
Howard (2-1) hosts Freeman Friday. Parker (2-2) plays Chester Area Friday in Chester.
H: Potter 21 run (point failed)
P: Reynolds 28 run (Dykstra pass to Reynolds)
H: Laible 4 pass to Schwader (Donahue run)
H: Laible 7 pass to Donahue (point failed)
H: Laible 13 pass to Donahue (Loudenberg run)
H: Laible 10 pass to Wiese (Donahue run)
Wagner 28, Beresford 24
WAGNER — Wagner held on to its undefeated record with a 28-24 win over Beresford Friday.
Dylan Brunsing went 9-of-12 passing for 127 yards for Wagner. David Kocer rushed 190 yards on 27 attempts. Noah St. Pierre had seven receptions for 103 yards. Kocer had eight tackles and Austin Soukup had six tackles. Chris Kuca and Sage Zephier each added five tackles.
Oliver Doeden was 12-of-27 for 210 yards passing for the Watchdogs. Eli Orr recorded 87 yards receiving. Walker William rushed for 56 yards on 24 attempts.
Wagner is 3-0 and plays Bon Homme Friday in Tyndall. Beresford is 1-2 and hosts Elk Point-Jefferson Friday.
W: St. Pierre 70 punt return (PAT no good)
W: Kocer 8 run (Kocer run)
B: Doeden 58 pass to Orr (2 point good)
W: Kocer 5 run (Kocer run)
W: Brunsing 5 run (PAT no good)
B: Willman 6 run (PAT good)
B: Orr 80 fumble recovery (PAT good)
Canistota 55, Hanson 0
CANISTOTA — Nick Hofer rushed for 104 yards on seven carries to lead Canistota to a 55-0 win over Hanson Friday.
Eric Tieszen rushed for 80 yards on five attempts in the win. Cody Bunger was 2-of-4 passing for 35 yards and Dylan Seubert was 1-of-2 passing for 20 yards. Boone DeKramer recorded 51 yards on two receptions. Tyler Decker led the defense with four tackles. Carson Hofer, Nick Hofer, and Tieszen each recorded three tackles.
Canistota improved to 3-0 with the win and plays at Mount Vernon Friday. Hanson dropped to 3-1 with the loss and hosts Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan Friday.
C: Bunger 5 run (Bunger Run)
C: Tieszen 50 run (Robertson Run)
C: Robertson 5 run (run failed)
C: Robertson 5 run (Tieszen Run)
C: Bunger 4 pass to Robertson (kick failed)
C: Nick Hofer 1 run (Tieszen kick)
C: Hofer 27 run (run failed)
C: Jerad Nielsen 15 run
Parkston 38, McCook Central/Montrose 8
SALEM — Parkston kept McCook Central/Montrose scoreless in the first half on its way to a 38-8 victory Friday.
Parkston was led by Jesse Thuringer with 172 yards on 14 carries. Chase Stoebner had 122 rushing yards on 10 carries. Zachary Scott was 4-of-7 passing for 33 yards. Miles Semmler had seven tackles. Henry Wegehaupt and Brady Rieff had six tackles each. Dillon Stadlman had six tackles. Parker Van Zee and Andrew Semmler each had five tackles.
Corwin Coldman rushed for 51 yards on 11 carries. Brandon Reif was 5-of-11 passing for 59 yards. Jake Heumiller recorded three receptions for 23 yards. Tim Gassman recorded 13 tackles. Zach Bies and Will Gottlob had 10 tackles Delton Combs recorded seven tackles and had one interception. Coldman had six tackles and a fumble recovery.
Parkston is 2-2 this season and plays at Sioux Falls Christian Sept. 28. McCook Central/Montrose is 2-2 this season and hosts Sioux Falls Christian Friday in Salem.
P: Stoebner 38 run (Wesley Dvorak kick)
P: Thuringer 20 run (Scott run)
P: Thuringer 8 run (Dvorak kick)
MCM: Reif 3 pass to Heumiller (Reif pass to Heumiller)
P: Van Zee 8 run (Dvorak kick)
P: Wegehaupt 1 run (Dvorak kick)
Marion 24, Gayville-Volin 8
GAYVILLE — Stats were not available for this game.
Marion is 3-1 this season and plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in Tripp. Gayville-Volin is 0-4 and hosts Menno Friday in Gayville.
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