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Area football roudup: Jaguars use rushing attack to beat TDA

Ryan Hongslo, right, and Lane Thomas, left, of Corsica/Stickney try and recover a loose football as Tripp-Delmont/Armour's Chris Cap, middle, tries to get the ball back during Friday's game in Corsica. Also pictured is in the back is Brady Moke, who forced the fumble. (Justin Rust/Republic)

CORSICA -- Corsica/Stickney scored 70 points and racked up 392 yards of total offense in a rout of Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in a high school football game.

The Jaguars moved to 2-0 with a 70-16 win over the Nighthawks.

Corsica/Stickney's Adam Bormann had four carries for 88 yards and two touchdowns, Wylie DeLange had six carries for 82 yards and two touchdowns and Ryan Hongslo had four carries and 62 yards and two touchdowns.

The Jaguars had 327 yards rushing and one pass completed for 65 yards.

Defensively for the Jaguars, Myles Van Vuuren had eight tackles. Cameron Kostal also had eight tackles and Gunner Baan Hofman had an interception returned for a touchdown.

TDA, which had 101 yards of total offense, was led by Brett Blume, who had three carries for 43 yards and one touchdown.

Chris Cap had four tackles to lead TDA's defense.

Corsica/Stickney (2-0) plays in Corsica against Colome Friday, while TDA (0-3) hosts Scotland in Tripp Friday.

First Quarter:

CS: Wylie DeLange 22 run (Run failed)

CS: Adam Bormann 44 run (Run failed)

CS: DeLange 39 run (Lane Thomas run)

CS: Gunner Baan Hofman 57 interception return (Ryan Hongslo run)

CS: Hongslo 13 run (Run failed)

Second Quarter:

CS: Brian Joachim 8 run (Run failed)

CS: Thomas 65 pass from Joachim (Mason Van Vuuren run)

Third Quarter:

TDA: Brett Blume 22 run (Blume run)

TDA: Bryce Caery 24 run (Blume run)

CS: Bormann 44 run (DeLange run)

CS: Hongslo 36 run (Thomas run)

Fourth Quarter:

CS: Joachim 5 run (end of game)

Parkston 51, St. Francis Indian 0

ST. FRANCIS -- The Parkston High School football team had 31 rushes for 307 yards in a 51-0 rout of St. Francis Indian school Friday night.

The Trojans' Henry Wegehaupt had 127 yards on 12 carries. Austin Wolf had four carries for 52 yards and three touchdowns.

Defensively for Parkston, Wegehaupt and Brady Reiff each had four tackles.

Zach Scott was 1-for-2 passing for (-3) yards.

Parkston (1-1) hosts McCook Central/Montrose on Friday.

First Quarter:

P: Henry Wegehaupt 3 run (Jesse Thuringer run)

P: Austin Wolf 27 run (Run failed)

P: Wolf 1 run (Kick failed)

Second Quarter:

P: Wolf 4 run (Kick failed)

P: Wegehaupt 30 run (West Dvorak kick)

Third Quarter

P: Jacob Moege 15 run (Kick failed)

P: Miles Semmler 20 interception return (Kick failed)

P: Semmler 7 run (end of game)

Colome 30, South Central 20

COLOME -- Colome got a third-quarter touchdown by Terrance Kinzer to take a 10-point lead Friday night and beat South Central 30-20.

Kinzer scored on a 4-yard touchdown and finished the game with 16 carries for 89 yards. Colome's Michael Rohde had 119 yards and one touchdown on 19 carries.

Jake Hrabanek, Rohde and Kinzer each 11 tackles to pace Colome's defense.

South Central's Christian Schweigert had 12 rushes for 87 yards and one touchdown.

Brian Juran was 4-of-9 passing for 99 yards and one touchdown. Jordan Janousek caught a 33-yard touchdown in the second quarter that gave South Central the lead. Janousek had 61 yards on two catches. Turner Serr had 12 tackles for South Central's defense.

Colome (2-1) plays Corsica/Stickney in Stickney Friday. South Central (2-1) plays Marty at Burke on Friday.

First Quarter

SC: Christian Schweigert (Brian Juran kick)

C: Michael Rohde 7 run (Chris Hofeldt pass from Terrance Kinzer)

Second Quarter

SC: Jordan Janousek 33 pass from Brian Juran (Juran kick)

C: Hofeldt 88 kickoff return (Run failed)

C: Hofeldt 72 pass from Kinzer (Kinzer run)

SC: Juran 1 run (Pass failed)

Third Quarter:

C: Kinzer 4 run (Hofeldt from Kinzer)

Kimball/White Lake 57, Miller 38

MILLER -- Kimball/White Lake's Jacob Kirsch rushed for 304 yards in a 57-38 win over Miller Friday night.

K/WL's Jesse Taylor was 5-for-9 for 78 yards passing and Trevor Reinesch had 11 tackles. Kirsch caught three passes for 57 yards.

Miller's Lee Sivertson had 13 rushes for 110 yards and Seth Rombough had 40 rushing yards. Sivertson also was 10-of-14 passing for 101 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Joey Vrooman, Colton Ketelhut and Rombough each caught touchdowns for Miller.

Kimball/White Lake (2-1) plays Gregory in White Lake on Friday. No scoring summary was available.

Hanson 44, Freeman 14

FREEMAN -- Jordan Craig scored three touchdowns and Reid Smith rushed for 106 yards to help the Hanson football team past Freeman 44-14 Friday.

Craig had four rushes for 161 yards and Smith had 11 carries for 106.

Freeman's Andrew Munkvold had 11 carries for 92 yards and had a touchdown in the third quarter. Caleb Lang and Chet Peterson each had eight tackles for Freeman.

Hanson finished with 332 yards rushing and Freeman had 173.

Hanson (2-1) hosts Canistota Friday, while Freeman (0-2) travels to Chester Friday.

First Quarter:

H: Derek Kocer 20 punt return (Reid Smith run)

H: Smith 54 run (Tyler Pringle run)

H: Jordan Craig 10 run (Smith run)

H: Craig 68 run (Smith run)

Second Quarter:

H: Craig 72 run

Third Quarter:

F: Andrew Mankvold 52 run

Fourth Quarter:

H: Seth Tegethoff 65 interception

F: Cole Waldhawer 9 run (Cole Paulson run)

Scotland 52, Marion 16

SCOTLAND -- Scotland's Ryan Auch had 11 carries for 166 yards to lead the Highlanders past Marion 52-16 Friday night.

Auch also had four touchdowns, including a 35-yard fumble recovery in the third quarter. He rushed for touchdowns of 24, 29 and 38 yards.

Scotland finished with 344 yards of total offense, 306 of which came from the ground attack.

Garrett Kotalik was 2-for-2 for 38 yards passing and he had two rushes for 41 yards. Nick Baker had eight tackles to lead Scotland's defense.

Marion's Andrew Grassi had seven rushes for 155 yards and had two touchdowns.

Scotland (1-1) plays Tripp-Delmont/Amour next, while Marion (0-3) plays Gayville-Volin Friday.

First Quarter:

S: Ryan Auch 24 run (Attempt failed)

S: Delaney Rowe 11 pass from Garrett Kotalik (Attempt failed)

M: Andrew Grassi 73 run (Attempt good)

Second Quarter:

S: Auch 29 run (Attempt good)

S: Winckler 1 run (Attempt good)

Third Quarter:

S: Kotalik 25 run (Attempt good)

S: Auch 38 run (Attempt good)

S: Auch 35 fumble recovery

Fourth Quarter:

M: Grassi 55 run (Attempt good)

Winner 42, Bon Homme 0

TYNDALL -- Ben Cannot scored three touchdowns as the Winner football team defeated Bon Homme 42-0 Friday.

Winner was the top ranked team in 11B in the latest South Dakota Sportswriters Association poll and improves to 3-0. Bon Homme falls to 0-3.

Cannot scored on an 11-yard run in the first quarter, a 39-yard run in the second quarter and a 41-yard reception in the third quarter. Cannot finished with 104 yards on five carries.

Winner rushed for a total of 231 yards. Austin Calhoun had 55 yards on seven carries and a touchdown and Kyle Bertram rushed for 37 yards on four carries and a touchdown. Tanner Fritz added a touchdown on the ground as well.

Nathan Naasz passed for 27 yards on 2-of-6 passing for 37 yards.

Defensively, Austin Richey had nine tackles, Cannot had seven tackles and an interception and Taylor Haley had seven tackles.

Bon Homme was held to 91 total yards. Dakota Bodden rushed for 31 yards.

Next Friday, Winner plays at home against Valentine, Neb., and Bon Homme plays at Garretson.

First Quarter

W: Ben Cannot 11 run (kick failed)

Second Quarter

W: Austin Calhoun 10 run (Calhoun run)

W: Cannot 39 run (Cannot run)

W: Kyle Bertram three run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

W: Cannot 41 pass from Nathan Naasz (Calhoun run)

W: Tanner Fritz one run (conversion failed)

Andes Central 48, Menno 0

MENNO -- The Andes Central football team rushed for five touchdowns in a 48-0 win over Menno Friday.

Tommy Gravatt rushed for 141 yards on 13 carries and had two touchdowns to lead Andes Central (2-0). Connor Florey added 93 yards on seven carries and had three touchdowns.

Stephen Cournoyer added 26 yards passing and he had 13 tackles. Florey led Andes Central with 15 tackles.

For Menno (0-3), Austin Herrboldt had 68 yards rushing on 12 carries and passed for 31 yards.

Ben Fischer had 11 tackles for the Wolves.

Next Friday, Andes Central plays at Avon and Menno plays at Centerville.

First Quarter

AC: Connor Florey 10 run (Stephen Cournoyer run)

Second Quarter

AC: Tommy Gravatt 12 run (Florey run)

Third Quarter

AC: Florey 5 run (Gravatt run)

AC: Cournoyer 11 run (Florey run)

Fourth Quarter

AC: Gravatt seven run (Florey run)

AC: Joey Evans five run (Nazareth Alcaraz run)

Avon 44, Gregory 0

GREGORY -- The Avon football team rushed for 307 yards in a 44-0 win over Gregory Friday.

Avon (3-0), which is the top-ranked team in 9B, was led by Duffy Ducheneaux, who rushed for 99 yards on eight carries and two touchdowns.

Nick Poppe rushed for 72 yards for Avon on four carries and rushed for a touchdown. He added a passing touchdown and was 2-for-4 for 29 yards.

Devin Tolsma led the Pirates defense with 13 tackles and an interception.

Gregory (0-3) was held to 150 total yards, including 90 yards rushing on 32 carries.

Jaden Bartling rushed for 81 yards on 17 carries and passed for 60 yards on 6-of-15 passing.

Zach Sengelman had 17 tackles and Nolan Fortuna added 11 tackles for the Gorillas.

Next Friday, Avon plays at home for homecoming against Andes Central and Gregory plays in White Lake against Kimball/White Lake.

First Quarter

A: Wyatt Beeson three run (Brandon Komich pass from Nick Poppe)

A: Poppe 58 run (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

A: Duffy Ducheneaux 27 run (Luke VanGerpen pass from Poppe)

A: Ducheneaux 28 run (Komich run)

A: VanGerpen 17 pass from Poppe (Devin Tolsma run)

A: Komich 20 run (conversion failed)

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 44,

Mount Vernon 22

WESSINGTON SPRINGS -- The Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central football team upset Mount Vernon 44-22 Friday for its first win of the year.

W/WS/SC is 1-2 now and Mount Vernon, which was ranked fourth in the latest football poll in 9A, is 2-1.

Quarterback Gus Gran rushed for 112 yards on 11 carries and touchdown and passed for 93 yards and three touchdowns on 7-of-10 passing for the Blackhawks. He also had nine tackles and two interceptions.

Dylan Ochsner added 118 yards on 12 carries and a touchdown and had nine tackles.

Nick Miller, Corwin Miller and Trevor Kenobbie caught Gran's three touchdowns.

For Mount Vernon, Cam Deinert rushed for 51 yards on 13 carries and passed for 35 yards on 3-of-7 passing and threw three interceptions.

Kody Weiss rushed for 46 yards and Deric Denning passed for 58 yards. Shay Johnson had nine tackles for the Mustangs.

Next Friday, W/WS/SC plays in Highmore against Highmore-Harrold and Mount Vernon plays at home against Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan.

First Quarter

WWSSC: Corwin Miller three pass from Gus Gran (conversion failed)

WWSSC: Gran six run (Miller pass from Gran)

Second Quarter

MV: Cam Deinert six run (conversion good)

WWSSC: Trevor Kenobbie 14 pass from Gran (conversion failed)

WWSSC: Dylan Ochsner 16 run (Nick Miller pass from Gran)

WWSSC: Nick Miller 36 pass from Gran (Gran run)

Third Quarter

WWSSC: Trevor Easton one run (Nick Miller pass from Gran)

Fourth Quarter

MV: Jacob Sonne 14 pass from Deinart (conversion faile)

MV: Deric Denning two run (conversion run good)

McCook Central/Montrose 42, Chamberlain 6

CHAMBERLAIN -- Andy Kappenman rushed for 138 yards as the McCook Central/Montrose football team defeated Chamberlain 42-6 Friday.

Kappenman had touchdown runs of 37 yards and 58 yards and had eight carries for MCM (2-1).

Dominic Blindert added 65 yards and a touchdown on six carries. Gavin Gassman passed for 81 yards and two touchdowns, both to Jordan Wolf, on 5-of-6 passing.

Kappenman added six tackles and Blindert had five tackles.

For Chamberlain (1-2), Claye Thunder Horse rushed for 117 yards on four carries and had a 79-yard touchdown run.

Teil Glaus had eight tackles and Benji Hammell had an interception.

Next Friday, McCook Central/Montrose plays at Parkston and Chamberlain plays in Mission against Todd County.

First Quarter

MCM: Andy Kappenman 37 run (Zach Vies kick good)

MCM: Jordan Wolf nine pass from Gavin Gassman (Vies kick good)

Second Quarter

MCM: Dominic Blindert three run (Gassman run)

MCM: Adam Sendrich 14 run (Vies kick good)

MCM: Wolf 13 pass from Gassman (Vies kick good)

Third Quarter

MCM: Kappenman 58 run (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

C: Claye Thunder Horse 79 run (conversion failed)

Chester Area 42, Howard 41

HOWARD -- Austin Opdahl found Devin Smith with a 7-yard touchdown pass with 11 seconds remaining and Josh Curtis made the extra point to get Chester Area by Howard 42-41 on Friday night.

Evan Donahue scored on a 6-yard run with 1 minute, 48 seconds left to give Howard a six-point lead, but the extra point was missed.

The game began with three consecutive kick returns for touchdowns. Chester Area's Austin Dossett returned the opening kick 70 yards for a TD, Donahue took the ensuing kick back 80 yards and Dossett then returned another kickoff for a 60 yard score.

Donovan Kullnot was 5-of-10 passing for 109 yards for Howard.

Ethan Cavigielli had 100 yards rushing on 11 attempts, including a touchdown and Donahue finished with 99 yards on 15 carries for the Tigers, who are 0-2 and host Parker next week.

First Quarter

C: Austin Dossett 70 kick return (Josh Curtis kick) (opening kickoff)

H: Evan Donahue 80 kick return (Tyler Genzlinger kick)

C: Dossett 60 kick return (Josh Curtis)

C: Austin Opdahl 55 run (kick failed)

H: Ethan Cavigielli 10 run (Genzlinger kick)

Second Quarter

C: Ken Shaffner 20 pass from Opdahl (Opdahl run)

H: Cole Potter 55 pass Donovan Kullnat (Genzlinger kick)

C: Opdahl 1 run (Curtis run)

H: Kullnat run (Genzlinger kick)

Third Quarter

H: Cavigielli 16 run (Genzlinger kick)

Fourth Quarter

H: Donahue 6 run (kick failed) (1:48)

C: Devin Smith 7 pass from Opdahl (Curtis kick) :11

Lyman 42, Kadoka Area 6

KADOKA -- The Lyman football team beat Kadoka Area 42-6 Friday.

No stats were reported for either team despite attempts to reach coaches.

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