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09/21/2013 Area high school football roundup: Loudenburg, Howard beat MVP 54-27

Howard senior tight end David Weidler (15) jumps up for the catch while Mount Vernon/Plankinton’s Cole Sonne, left, defends him during the first quarter of a high school football game Friday in Mount Vernon. Weidler scored a touchdown on the play. (Brooke Cersosimo/Republic)

MOUNT VERNON — Luke Loudenburg rushed for 182 yards and had six touchdowns to lead Howard over Mount Vernon/Plankinton 54-27 Friday in high school football action.

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Howard outrushed the Titans 319-221, but Mount Vernon/Plankinton outgained the Tigers in the air 86-50.

Howard’s Gunner Gilbertson completed 4 of 7 passes for 50 yards and one touchdown. Jordan Kuhle had 13 carries for 87 yards and 9.5 tackles. David Weidler had one reception for 21 yards and a score.

For the Titans, Deric Denning threw for 86 yards and two touchdowns. Tate Deinert had two carries for 80 yards and touchdown, while Cote Hinker had nine carries for 85 yards and a score. Marcus Anderson led all receivers with 32 yards and a touchdown. Cody Renken tallied 10.5 tackles in the loss.

The Titans (0-3) play at Freeman Friday, while Howard (3-0) plays Menno/Marion Friday in Marion.

First Quarter

H: Luke Loudenburg 20 run (Gunner Gilbertson pass)

H: David Weidler 21 pass from Gilbertson (Loudenburg run)

Second Quarter

H: Loudenburg 2 run (Loudenburg run)

MVP: Cote Hinker 36 run (conversion failed)

H: Loudenburg 80 kickoff return (Jordan Kuhle run)

MVP: Marcus Anderson 32 pass from Deric Denning

H: Loudenburg 42 run (Gilbertson pass)

MVP: Hinker 39 pass from Denning (Tristin LaBelle kick)

H: Loudenburg 5 run (Gilbertson pass)

Third Quarter

H: Loudenburg 29 run (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

MVP: Tate Deinert 64 run (Devin Rihanek run)

Menno/Marion 34, Canistota 28

CANISTOTA — Nick Gortmaker scored on a 10-yard run on the first play of overtime to help the Menno/Marion Razorbacks upset Canistota 34-28 Friday.

Coming into the game Canistota was ranked third in the Class 9B polls.

The 10-yard run was one of Gortmaker’s three touchdowns. The Menno/Marion quarterback added 160 rushing yards. Running back Chet Peterson chipped in with 141 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

Nick Hofer led Canistota with 116 rushing yards and one touchdown. He also had 17 tackles on defense. Carson Hofer added 39 rushing yards and two touchdowns for the Hawks.

Menno/Marion (3-0) hosts Howard Friday in Marion, while Canistota (2-2) hosts Avon Friday.

No scoring summary was reported for this game.

Gregory 62, Marty 6

GREGORY — Gregory tallied 295 rushing yards en route to beating Marty 62-6 in a high school football game Friday. The game was called at halftime due to the mercy rule.

Robert Vomacka had six carries for 172 yards and two touchdowns, while Kurt Braun had two carries for 36 yards and a touchdown in the win. Braun completed 2 of 2 passes for 33 yards and a score. Sean Kafka recorded seven tackles and an interception, while Triv Vosika had six tackles.

For Marty, freshman Darius Two Bull was 6-for-21 in passing for 130 yards and a touchdown. Isaiah Heth had a game-high 12 tackles.

Gregory (2-1) plays Burke/South Central Friday, while Marty (1-3) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in Tripp.

First Quarter

G: Kurt Braun 32 run (Braun run)

G: Gavin Thomas 12 pass from Braun (Thomas pass from Braun)

G: Braun 4 run (conversion failed)

G: Sean Kafka 20 interception return (kick failed)

G: Kafka 20 run (Robert Vomacka run)

Second Quarter

G: Vomacka 43 run (Vomacka run)

G: Mason Juracek 33 interception return (kick failed)

G: Triv Vosika 6 run (kick failed)

M: Ryan Shields 53 pass from Darius Two Bone (conversion failed)

G: Vomacka 38 run (Vomacka run)

Avon 50, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 0

AVON — Avon defeated Tripp-Delmont/Armour 50-0 Friday in a high school football game. The game ended in the third quarter due to the mercy rule.

Brandon Kocmich had a game-high 137 rushing yards and had four touchdowns in the win. Chase Frank and Logan Mudder also recorded touchdowns for the Pirates, who totaled 261 yards on the ground. Devin Tolsma led defensively with 12 tackles.

For the Nighthawks, quarterback Shane Koster connected with Thierno Diop for a 53-yard reception. Alex Fischer recorded 4.5 tackles.

Avon (3-0) plays at Canistota Friday, while the Nighthawks (0-3) host Marty Indian Friday.

First Quarter

A: Brandon Kocmich 20 run (Devin Tolsma run)

A: Kocmich 87 run (Kole Beeson run)

A: Kocmich 64 punt return (Kocmich run)

A: Kocmich 21 run (conversion failed)

A: Logan Mudder 1 run (Kocmich kick)

Second Quarter

A: Kocmich 73 interception return (Riley Namminga run)

Third Quarter

A: Chase Frank 1 run

Corsica/Stickney 46, Freeman 6

STICKNEY — Eli VanRoekel had 173 rushing yards and two touchdowns to lead Corsica/Stickney past Freeman 46-6 Friday.

VanRoekel also had a 47-yard receiving touchdown in the second quarter.

Brian Joachim connected on five passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns, including a 66-yarder to Austin Tilton in the first. Joachim also had 51 yards on the ground.

Freeman was led by Cole Paulson with 31 yards on 16 carries and seven tackles.

Corsica/Stickney (3-0) plays at Parker Friday, while Freeman (0-4) hosts Mount Vernon/Plankinton Friday.

First Quarter

CS: Eli VanRoekel 52 run (Brian Joachim pass to Matthew Cook)

CS: Joachim 7 run (Joachim run)

CS: Austin Tilton 66 pass from Joachim (VanRoekel run)

Second Quarter

CS: VanRoekel 48 run (run failed)

CS: VanRoekel 47 pass from Joachim (VanRoekel run)

Third Quarter

CS: Mason VanVuuren 1 run (Joachim run)

Third Quarter

F: Joseph Weier 10 pass from Cole Paulson (run failed)

Scotland 14, Andes Central 8

LAKE ANDES — Tim Bodden had 16 carries for 160 yards and two touchdowns to lead Scotland to a 14-8 victory over Andes Central Friday.

Anthony Walloch led Scotland on defense with 11 tackles.

Andes Central was led by Zach Cournoyer and Joey Evans. Cournoyer ran for 92 yards and one touchdown on 14 carries. Evans had 87 yards on 10 carries.

Scotland (2-2) hosts Gaville-Volin Friday, while Andes Central (1-3) plays Marty Indian Oct. 4. in Marty.

Second Quarter

S: Tim Bodden 90 run (run failed)

Third Quarter

AC: Zach Cournoyer 1 run (Joey Evans run)

Fourth Quarter

S: Tim Bodden 6 run (Alex Kotalik run)

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 46, Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 0

EMERY — The Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan football team defeated Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 46-0 Friday.

Wade Miller and Jordan Grosdidier led the Seahawks’ rushing attack. Miller had 120 yards on 13 carries, while Grosdidier tallied 101 yards on 10 carries.

Miller scored three touchdowns, including a 50-yard run and a 72-yard pass from Blake Bartscher. J.D. Shape and Ethan Riggs led the BEE defense with nine tackles apiece.

Coby Johnson recorded 103 passing yards in the loss. Nate Spawn and Micah DeWaard each had 10 tackles.

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (3-1) plays Hanson Friday in Alexandria, while the Black Panthers (2-2) host Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central in Platte.

First Quarter

BEE: Jordan Grosdidier 45 run (Wade Miller run)

BEE: Grosdidier 3 run (Miller pass from Blake Bartscher)

Second Quarter

BEE: Miller 50 run (Anthony Donovan pass from Bartscher)

BEE: Miller 2 run (Camden Myers pass from Bartscher)

BEE: Miller 72 pass from Bartscher (Jesse Grosdidier kick)

Third Quarter

BEE: Bartscher 5 run (Grosdidier kick)

Bon Homme 19, Tri-Valley 0

COLTON — Dakota Bodden had 151 yards rushing and 59 yards passing to help Bon Homme defeat Tri-Valley 19-0 Friday.

Bon Homme gave up 18 yards on the ground to Tri-Valley, who received votes this week in the Class 11B polls.

Kortan also had four catches for 50 yards and a touchdown, while Young had 41 yards on five carries and a score. Scott Van Winkle was 1-for-1 for 21 yards through the air and one touchdown. Levi Dockendorf had eight tackles to lead the way for the Bon Homme defense.

Tri-Valley was led by Austin Van Asselt with 58 yards on 18 carries.

The Cavaliers (2-2) host Sioux Falls Christian Oct. 4 in Tyndall.

No scoring summary was submitted for this game.

Winner 48, Valentine, Neb. 13

WINNER — Winner beat Valentine, Neb., 48-13 in a high school football game Friday night in Winner.

For Winner, Trace Meyer had 12 carries for 161 yards and Sam Naasz had two touchdowns.

Winner (3-0) plays Parkston next week Friday in Parkston.

First Quarter

W: Nick Hossle 46 run (conversion good)

W: Nathan Galbraith 58 pass to Sam Naasz (conversion good)

W: Naasz 47 run (conversion good)

Second Quarter

V: 2 run touchdown

W: Trace Meyer 42 run (conversion good)

W: Meyer 9 run (conversion good)

Third Quarter

W: Tyrel Haley 15 run (conversion good)

Fourth Quarter

V: 8 run touchdown

Beresford 39,

McCook Central/Montrose 6

BERESFORD — Beresford beat McCook Central/Montrose 39-6 Friday in a high school football game.

For Beresford, Oliver Doeden went 15-for-19 in passing for 268 yards and two touchdowns and Austin Meester had seven receptions for 133 yards and two touchdowns.

For McCook Central/Montrose, Tyler Cleveland had 15 carries for 61 yards and Tim Gassman had five receptions for 62 yards.

McCook Central/Montrose (0-3) plays at Elk Point-Jefferson Friday night, while Beresford (3-1) plays at Wagner Friday.

No scoring summary was available.

Wall 65, Lyman 20

PRESHO — The Lyman Raiders fell to Wall 65-20 in a high school football game Friday.

Korder Cropsey had 125 yards rushing and one touchdown to lead the way for Lyman.

Trey Mundlien had 108 yards passing and two touchdowns for the Raiders. Mundlien and Bryce Janis each had eight tackles.

Wall was led by Carson Johnston, who recorded five touchdowns and had 170 yards rushing.

Lyman (1-3) hosts Hill City Oct. 4. in Presho.

No scoring summary was reported for this game.

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 40, Sunshine Bible Academy 14

FORESTBURG — Woonsocket/ Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central beat Sunshine Bible Academy 40-14 on Friday.

For the Blackhawks, Austin Messmer led the team with 14 carries for 110 yards and one touchdown, while Jevon Hohn had eight rushes for 70 yards and three touchdowns.

Sunshine Bible reported no stats.

The Blackhawks (2-1) play Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian Friday in Platte.

Second Quarter

WWSSC: Joe Davis 14 pass to Brady Tiede (conversion good)

WWSSC: Jevon Hohn 2 run (conversion failed)

WWSSC: Austin Messmer 3 run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

WWSSC: Hohn 35 run (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

WWSSC: Hohn 15 run (conversion good)

SBA: 35 run (kick failed)

WWSSC: Josh Feiner 45 run (conversion failed)

SBA: 82 kickoff return (conversion good)

Kimball/White Lake 61,

Lower Brule 14

LOWER BRULE — Kimball/White Lake beat Lower Brule 61-14 on Friday night in a high school football game.

Turner Blasius had 91 yards rushing and Zach Bosworth had 108 yards and two touchdowns in the win.

No stats reported for Lower Brule. Kimball/White Lake (3-1) plays Miller Friday in Kimball.

First Quarter

KWL: Corbin Heath 5 run (kick failed)

KWL: Heath 16 run (kick failed)

KWL: Jace Pulse 17 pass from Riley Talbot (kick failed)

KWL: Turner Blasius 14 run (kick good)

Second Quarter

KWL: Heath 12 run (kick failed)

KWL: Blasius 2 run (kick good)

Third Quarter

KWL: Bosworth 13 run (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

KWL: Bosworth 6 run (kick failed)

Burke/South Central vs. Gayville-Volin

GAYVILLE — A score nor stats were reported from the Burke/South Central vs. Gayville-Volin high school football game Friday.