Area football roundup: Long leads Mustangs past HansonALEXANDRIA — Jared Long had a rushing touchdown and a passing touchdown to lead Mount Vernon past Hanson 24-14 in a high school football game Friday night.
ALEXANDRIA — Jared Long had a rushing touchdown and a passing touchdown to lead Mount Vernon past Hanson 24-14 in a high school football game Friday night.
Long had 20 carries for 79 yards rushing. His 3-yard touchdown opened the game and he had a 22-yard pass to Cote Hinker in the second quarter.
Deric Denning was 6-of-12 passing for 87 yards. Long was 2-of-2 passing for 92 yards.
Cote Hinker had 15 tackles. Cody Renken had eight tackles. Jonathon Sweet had seven tackles.
Hanson’s leading rusher was Jacob Paradeis with 14 carries for 130 yards. Tyler Pringle had 10 carries for 70 yards. Pringle was 4-of-9 passing for 73 yards. Pringle had eight tackles. Jordan Marquardt had eight. Mason Meyer had seven. Jacob Paradeis had 6.
Mount Vernon (2-4) plays Freeman. Hanson (3-3) plays at Howard Friday.
MV: Long 3 run (Cote Hinker run)
H: Paradeis 86 run (Marquardt run)
H: Paradeis 1 run (run failed)
MV: Hinker 22 pass from Long (Long run)
MV: Marcus Anderson 12 pass from Denning (Anderson pass from Denning)
Plankinton 18, Menno 6
MENNO — Plankinton kept Menno from scoring until the fourth quarter as the Pirates won 18-6 Friday.
Plankinton’s leading rusher was Garrett Lawson with 20 carries for 118 yards. Logan Evans had 76 rushing yards on 19 carries. Garrett Lawson and Matthew Fry each had five tackles.
Austin Herrboldt led the Wolves offense with 58 rushing yards on 19 carries. Dustin Lehr added 11 yards rushing on two carries. Herrboldt was 4-of-12 passing for 64 yards. Parker Schultz recorded 44 yards on two receptions. Lehr led the defensive effort with 17 tackles. Schultz added 13 tackles and Jackson Diede added 12.
Plankinton (3-2) hosts Sunshine Bible Academy Friday. Menno (1-5) hosts Marion Friday.
P: Evans 3 run
P: Garrett Lawson 3 run
P: Kellam Karst 2 run
M: Lehr 16 pass from Herrboldt
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 51, Marty 0
MARTY — Tripp-Delmont/Armour picked up a win on the road against Marty 51-0 Friday. The game ended in the third quarter on the 50-point rule.
Gunnar Dally had 18 rushes for 91 yards and was 7-of-9 passing for 91 yards. Mitchell Bigge was 1-of-1 passing for 28 yards. Shane Koster had four catches for 70 yards. Cody Hrdlicka had three catches for 40 yards. Brice Caery had three tackles. Austin Fischer added a 31-yard touchdown on an interception.
Marty’s leading rusher was Chris BadHand with 65 yards. BadHand was 4-of-7 passing for 10 yards. Leon Jumping Elk was 1-of-3 passing for 10 yards. Randall Bohn had seven tackles.
TDA (1-5) hosts South Central Friday in Armour. Marty (1-4) hosts Andes Central Friday.
TDA: Caery 13 field goal
TDA: Dally 6 run (Dally run)
TDA: Brett Blume 5 run (Run failed)
TDA: Koster 27 pass from Dally (Koster pass from Bigge)
TDA: Dally 1 run (Run failed)
TDA: Dally 21 run (Run failed)
TDA: Clayton Lau 49 punt return (Run failed)
TDA: Fischer 31 interception return (Dally run)
Winner 51, Mobridge-Pollock 0
MOBRIDGE — Winner held on to its undefeated record with a 51-0 win over Mobridge-Pollock Friday.
Ben Connot rushed for 90 yards in the win. Kyle Bertram rushed for 65 yards and Trace Meyer rushed for 44 yards. Bertram recorded an interception and Isiah Old Lodge had an interception return for a touchdown.
Winner (6-0) hosts Chamberlain Friday. Mobridge-Pollock (3-3) plays Groton Area Friday in Groton.
W: Meyer 32 run (Gronlund kick)
W: Connot 47 run (Gronlund kick)
W: Meyer 11 run (Gronlund kick)
W: Old Lodge 37 interception return (Nolan Donahue pass from Connot)
W: Connot 1 run (Gronlund kick)
W: Garret Gronlund 26 field goal
W: Nick Hossle 3 run (PAT failed)
W: Windsor Barry 4 run
Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 28,
PLATTE — Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian improved to 2-4 with a 28-6 win over Chamberlain Friday.
Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian’s Richard Sternberg recorded 11 rushes for 40 yards. Coby Johnson had seven rushes for 35 yards. Carter Dykstra had five rushes for 32 yards. Matthew Randall had six rushes for 30 yards. Johnson was 8-of-16 passing for 141 yards. Sternberg had six receptions for 117 yards. Randall had two catches for 24 yards. Drew Turnis led the team with 13 tackles. Zach Van Zee had 7.5 tackles. Matt Warejcka had four tackles and Jake Johnson had four tackles.
Chamberlain’s leading rusher was Matt Hauke, who rushed 10 times for 58 yards. Chris Schwartz rushed seven times for 15 yards and was 5-of-9 passing for 33 yards. Dalton Andera had four receptions for 30 yards. Hauke led the defense with 8.5 tackles. Brett Reimer had four tackles.
PGDC hosts Parkston Oct. 12. Chamberlain is 2-3 and plays at Winner Friday.
PGDC: Sternberg 27 pass from Johnson (kick failed)
C: Russell Felicia 5 run (kick failed)
PGDC: Randall 65 punt return (Jake Spoelstra pass from Johnson)
PGDC: Sternberg 45 pass from Johnson (Sternberg kick)
PGDC: Sternberg 13 run (Sternberg kick)
Avon 22, South Central 20
BURKE — Avon’s Logan Mudder completed a pass to Brendan Anderson as time ran out to lift the Pirates over South Central 22-20 Friday.
Logan Mudder was 2-of-5 passing for 30 yards. Brendan Anderson had a 26-yard reception. Avon’s leading rusher was Brandon Kocmich with 66 yards on one carry. Mudder rushed for 55 yards on 17 carries. Devin Tolsma rushed for 53 yards on 16 carries. Tolsma and Anderson each had 12 tackles.
Turner Serr rushed for 100 yards on 20 carries for South Central and was 2-of-5 passing for 48 yards. Garrett Bruns had 64 rushing yards on 12 carries and had two receptions for 48 yards. Serr had 17 tackles. Sam Hazen added 13 tackles.
Avon is and 4-2 and plays Corsica/Stickney Friday in Corsica. South Central (2-3) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday.
A: Kocmich 66 run (Mudder run)
A: Mudder 1 run (Tolsma run)
SC: Serr 6 run (Cullen Davis kick)
SC: Serr 1 run (kick failed)
SC: Serr 2 run (Davis kick)
A: Anderson 26 pass from Mudder
Jones County 28, Lyman 14
PRESHO — Lyman fell to 1-4 with a 28-14 loss to Jones County Friday.
Skyler Miller had 26 rushes for 111 yards to lead the Coyotes. Philip Mathews had 13 carries for 109 yards.
Lyman’s Charlie LaRoche had 18 carries for 133 yards. Jaylen Uthe had seven carries for 95 yards. LaRoche had 14 tackles and Ryder Schweitzer had 13 tackles.
Jones County (2-3) hosts Wall Friday in Murdo. Lyman plays at Philip Friday.
L: Uthe 58 run (conversion failed)
JC: Mathews 23 pass from Gus Volmer (conversion failed)
JC: Matthews 43 run (conversion failed)
L: Trey Mundlien 20 pass from LaRoche (LaRoche run)
JC: Miller 1 run (pass good)
JC: Mathews 17 run (pass good)
McCook Central/Montrose 7
WAGNER — David Kocer rushed 133 yards to lead Wagner over McCook Central/Montrose 26-7 Friday.
Austin Soukup rushed for 73 yards on nine carries for the Red Raiders and recorded 32 yards on three receptions. Dylan Brunsing had 58 yards rushing on eight carries and was 9-of-12 passing for 105 years. Chris Kuca recorded 73 yards on six receptions.
Zack Bies rushed for 40 yards on seven carries for the Fighting Cougars. Corwin Coldman had 32 yards rushing on four carries. Brandon Reif was 3-of-3 passing for 59 yards. Jacob Heumiller had 28 yards on one reception. Billy Kapperman had 21 yards on one reception and Zack Bies had 10 yards on one reception.
MCM: Tim Gassman 1 run (Zack Bies kick)
W: David Kocer 1 run
W: Kocer 5 run
W: Austin Soukup 11 run (conversion good)
W: Chris Kuca 76 punt return
*A complete scoring summary was not available.
Kimball/White Lake 38, Corsica/Stickney 14
KIMBALL — Kimball/White Lake rushed for a total 246 yards in its 38-14 win over Corsica/Stickney Friday.
Trevor Reinesch led the WiLdKats in rushing with 126 yards on nine carries. Jacob Kirsch rushed 60 yards on 18 carries. Kyle Peters rushed for 39 yards on eight carries. Jesse Taylor was 9-of-16 passing for 187 yards. Eathen Gaulke had three receptions for 74 yards. Peters had four receptions for 64 yards. Reinesch and Gaulke each recorded 12 tackles in the win. Kirsch added nine.
Mason Van Vurren was the leading rusher for Corsica/Stickney with 11 carries and 109 yards. Adam Bormann was 4-of-9 passing for 52 yards. Gunner Baan Hofman had three receptions for 45 yards. Bormann and Lane Thomas each recorded 17 tackles.
Kimball/White Lake (6-0) will play Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan Friday in Ethan. Corsica/Stickney, which fell to 3-2, hosts Avon Friday in Corsica.
CS: Baan Hofman 1 run (Baan Hofman run)
KWL: Gaulke 16 pass from Taylor (Peters run)
KWL: Reinesch 16 run for (Reinesch run)
KWL: Peters 15 pass from Taylor (Reinesch run)
KWL: Kirsch 3 run (conversion failed)
KWL: Reinesch 20 run (Turner Blasius pass from Taylor)
Andes Central 14, Scotland 8
LAKE ANDES — Andes Central scored in the third quarter to lift it 14-8 over Scotland in high school football action.
Andes Central’s Gabe Cournoyer had 16 carries for 92 yards and completed 3 of 8 passes for 69 yards. He had one rushing touchdown and one passing touchdown. Zach Cournoyer had 92 yards on 22 carries.
Joey Evans had two receptions for 44 yards and led the Eagles’ defense with 14 tackles.
Scotland’s Tim Bodden had 17 carries for 47 yards, while Garret Kotalik completed 6 of 11 passes for 59 yards and one touchdown and one interception. Jared Kloucek had two catches for 22 yards and one touchdown.
Logan Winckler had 16 tackles for the Highlanders.
Andes Central (3-2) plays at Marty Friday, while Scotland (1-4) plays Gregory Friday.
AC: Aaron Swanson 25 pass from G. Cournoyer (conversion failed)
S: Kloucek 16 pass from Kotalik (Bodden run)
AC: G. Cournoyer 1 run (G. Cournoyer run)
Sunshine Bible Academy 0
COLOME — Colome had 318 total rushing yards in its 38-0 win over Sunshine Bible Academy Friday in Colome.
Colome’s Terrance Kinzer completed 1 of 8 passes for 71 yards and one touchdown. Brady London had one reception for 71 yards and one touchdown. Chase Hrabanek had 13 tackles and Cohl Ratermann had seven tackles and a safety.
Colome (5-1) plays Kadoka area Oct. 12 and Sunshine Bible Academy (1-5) plays Plankinton Friday.
C: Rattermann safety
C: Kinzer 3 run (conversion failed)
C: Andrew Odden 12 run (Kinzer run)
C: London 71 pass from Kinzer (conversion failed)
C: Kinzer 1 run (Paul Temple run)
C: Reed Harter 6 run (Cole McCarty run)
Hitchcock-Tulare 42, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 6
HITCHCOCK — Hitchcock-Tulare scored 28 unanswered points in the first half in its 42-6 victory over Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central Friday in Hitchcock.
WWSSC’s Trevor Easton had 15 carries for 96 yards. Todd Stekl completed 5 of 14 passes for 61 yards. Jevon Hohn had two catches for 42 yards and Blake Messmer tallied 10 tackles.
Hitchcock-Tulare (4-2) hosts Highmore-Harrold Friday, while WWSSC (2-4) hosts Wolsey-Wessington in Wessington Springs Friday.
HT: Marshall 1 run (Chaplin run)
HT: Marshall 40 run (conversion failed)
HT: Chaplin 4 run (Chaplin run)
HT: Marshall 73 run (conversion failed)
W: Easton 51 run (conversion failed)
HT: Chaplin 10 run (Marshall run)
HT: Jens 1 run (conversion failed)
Sioux Falls Christian 6
SIOUX FALLS — The Parkston football team defeated Sioux Falls Christian 34-6 Friday night in Sioux Falls.
Parkston’s Henry Wegehaupt had six carries for 85 yards. Jesse Thuringer had 10 carries for 62 yards.
No stats were available for Sioux Falls Christian.
Parkston (3-2) hosts Bon Homme Friday, while Sioux Falls Christian (0-5) hosts Beresford Friday.
P: Wes Dvorak 48 pass from Zach Scott (Dvorak kick)
P: Chase Stoebner 48 run (Dvorak kick)
P: Miles Semmler 2 run (Dvorak kick)
P: Thuringer 90 kickoff return (Dvorak kick)
SFC: John Dosch 5 run (extra point failed)
P: Thuringer 5 run (extra point failed)
Canistota 64, Viborg-Hurley 20
CANISTOTA — Cody Bunger had five touchdowns in Canistota’s 64-20 victory over Viborg-Hurley Friday in Canistota.
Bunger had 18 carries for 145 yards and four touchdowns and completed 5 of 9 passes for one touchdown. Jason VanWinkle had 17 tackles and Boone DeKramer recorded 14 tackles for the Hawks.
Canistota (5-0) plays Chester Area Friday, while Viborg-Hurley (4-1) hosts Centerville in Hurley Friday.
VH: Gerdes 33 run (conversion failed)
C: Eric Tieszen 60 run (conversion failed)
VH: Tyler Novak 14 run (conversion failed)
C: Bunger 11 run (DeKramer pass from Bunger)
C: Tyler Decker 8 interception return (Alex Robertson run)
VH: Huether 4 run (Hora pass from Huether)
C: Bunger 5 run (conversion failed)
C: Bunger 24 run (DeKramer pass from Bunger)
C: Bunger 9 run (Dylan Seubert pass from Bunger)
C: Robertson 7 pass from Bunger (conversion failed)
C: Robertson 6 run (Nick Hofer run)
C: DeKramer 28 pass from Hofer (conversion failed)
Marion 46, Freeman 30
MARION — Nick Gortmaker had 26 carries for 214 yards and three touchdowns in Marion’s 46-30 win over Freeman in high school football action Friday.
The Bears had 336 total rushing yards in the game.
Gortmaker completed 5 of 9 passes for 45 yards and one passing touchdown. Jacob Weurtz had two receptions for 28 yards and one touchdown for Marion. Gortmaker and Andrew Grassi recorded 13 tackles apiece in the win.
Freeman’s Arron Lickteig went 14-of-31 in passing for 248 yards and had three carries for 13 yards and one touchdown. Andrew Munkvold had 17 carries for 122 yards. Jordan Rinehart had 10 tackles for the Flyers.
Marion (4-2) plays Menno Friday, while Freeman (0-5) hosts Alcester-Hudson Friday.
M: Gortmaker 1 run (Gortmaker run)
M: Weurtz 10 run (conversion failed)
F: Munkvold 50 run (conversion failed)
M: Gortmaker 2 run (Joey Pessia pass from Gortmaker)
F: Munkvold 16 run (conversion failed)
F: Joseph Weier 12 pass from Lickteig (conversion failed)
M: Andrew Grassi 17 run (Gortmaker run)
M: Jordan Tunge 3 run (Pessia pass from Gortmaker)
F: Lickteig 10 run (conversion failed)
F: Rinehart 56 pass from Lickteig (conversion failed)
M: Gortmaker 81 run (Grassi run)
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