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Area football roundup: Seahawks cruise past Blackhawks

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan's Grant Andrews carries the ball as Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central's Aiden Wormstadt attempts to make a tackle on Friday night in Bridgewater. (Jeremy Karll / Republic)

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan scored five rushing touchdowns on Friday to take down Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 41-0.

For the Seahawks, Jamin Arend rushed for 168 yards on 20 carries. Brady Hawkins had two total touchdowns and passed for 67 yards.

For the Blackhawks, Noah Dickson finished with a team-high 25 receiving yards. Wesley Linke racked up 10 tackles and intercepted a pass. Alex Wormstadt also had 10 tackles.

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (2-0) hosts Madison on Sept. 7. Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central (1-1) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton in Forestburg on Friday.

Scoring summary

Second quarter

BEE: Sawyer Schultz 57 pass from Brady Hawkins (Hawkins kick)

BEE: Jamin Arend 14 run (Hawkins kick)

Third quarter

BEE: Arend 12 run (Hawkins kick)

Fourth quarter

BEE: Grant Andrews 4 run (Hawkins kick)

BEE: Hawkins 36 run (Hawkins kick)

BEE: Bodie Burnham 15 run (run failed)

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 58, Wagner 7

WAGNER — Mount Vernon/Plankinton used a 44-point first half to cruise past Wagner on Friday night with a 58-7 win over the Red Raiders.

Rylee Deinert only needed six carries to rush for a game-high 87 yards and one touchdown for the Titans. Jesse Hastings used 13 carries to rush for 57 yards and four touchdowns. Hunter Pranger had a team-high seven tackles.

Jaden Peters went 8-for-14 and threw for 77 yards in the loss. Preston Nedved tallied seven tackles for Wagner, while Tony Bruguier had six tackles on the night.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (2-0) plays Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central in Forestburg on Friday. Wagner (0-2) plays Stanley County in Fort Pierre on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

MVP:Jesse Hastings 13 run (run failed)

MVP: Weston Tobin 18 run (run failed)

MVP: Hastings 8 run (Tobin run)

Second quarter

MVP: Hastings 2 run (Tobin run)

WAG: Preston Nedved 10 pass from Jaden Peters (Dustin Honomichl kick)

MVP: Hayden Haak 3 run (Tobin run)

MVP: Hastings 2 run (Rylee Deinert run)

Third quarter

MVP: Steven Youngstrom 12 run (Deinert run)

Fourth quarter

MVP: Deinert 46 run (run failed)

Winner 50, Stanley County 7

WINNER — Winner jumped back into the winning column Friday, taking down Stanley County in a home Southeast South Dakota Conference victory.

The Warriors ran up 407 yards of total offense on 41 plays, including 256 yards on the ground. Trevor Peters ran for 92 yards on nine carries for two touchdowns for Winner. Quarterback Brady Fritz was 4-for-4 passing for 151 yards and three touchdowns. Nolan Sachtjen had a rushing and receiving touchdown each and 65 total yards. Shea Connot and Philip Jorgensen each had five tackles and Ethan Vesely had two sacks for Winner.

Riley Hannum was 7-for-13 passing for 126 yards for the Buffaloes. J.D. Carter had 11 tackles in the loss, while Brady Hoftiezer had 75 yards receiving on three catches.

Winner (1-1) hosts West Central on Friday. Stanley County (0-2) plays Wagner in Fort Pierre on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

W: Trevor Peters 15 run (Philip Jorgensen run)

W: Brandon Volmer 54 pass from Brady Fritz (run failed)

Second quarter

W: Joren Bruun 34 pass from Fritz (Trey Welch run)

W: Nolan Sachtjen 37 pass from Fritz (Fritz run)

SC: Isaac Cliff 5 run (Reid Wieczorek kick)

W: Peters 23 run (run failed)

W: Sachtjen 21 run (Volmer from Fritz pass)

Fourth quarter

W: Aaron Gilchrist 16 run (run failed)

Scotland 60, Centerville 16

CENTERVILLE — Scotland scored the first six touchdowns of the game Friday and pounded Centerville in a Great Plains Conference football game.

Mason Dennis ran for 116 yards on five carries, as the Highlanders posted 446 yards of total offense. Dawson Bietz had a 6-for-10 game passing for 148 yards and two touchdowns. Scotland had 236 passing yards overall, plus 210 rushing yards, as Dane James ran for 66 yards on four carries and Lucas Pedersen had two receiving touchdowns on 85 yards and ran back a kickoff.

Jack Walters had 126 yards rushing on nine carries for the Tornadoes, who had 222 yards of offense.

Scotland (1-1) hosts Alcester-Hudson on Sept. 7 after a bye week. Centerville (0-2) will take on Gayville-Volin in Gayville on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

S: Mason Dennis 66 run (conversion good)

S: Dallas Fuerst 15 pass from Dennis (conversion good)

S: Dane James 29 run (conversion failed)

Second quarter

S: Lucas Pedersen 61 pass from Dawson Bietz (conversion good)

S: Dallas Fuerst 34 fumble return (conversion good)

S: Ty Mogck 7 pass from Fuerst (conversion failed)

C: Hayden Ellis 3 run (conversion good)

Third quarter

S: James 2 run (conversion failed)

C: Jack Walters 86 run (conversion good)

S: Pedersen 79 kickoff return (conversion failed)

S: Pedersen 20 pass from Bietz (conversion failed)

Alcester-Hudson 53, Avon 0

ALCESTER — Alcester-Hudson totaled 387 yards and 40 first-half points to take down Avon 53-0 in three quarters in a nine-man football game on Friday.

For Alcester-Hudson, Eli Skoglund threw for 177 yards and three touchdowns, rushed for 58 yards and a touchdown, and also intercepted a pass on defense. Jadon Micke scored a touchdown on all four of his touches, totaling 117 rushing yards and 79 receiving yards. Logan Serck had a team-high 10 tackles.

Lincoln Thury rushed for 25 yards on eight carries for Avon. Riley Rucktaeschel completed four of seven passes for 38 yards and an interception. Kory DeJong racked up five tackles, while Max Mach had two tackles for loss.

Alcester-Hudson (2-0) hosts Corsica-Stickney in Alcester on Friday. Avon (0-2) hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour/Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

AH: Jadon Micke 60 pass from Eli Skoglund (Micke run)

AH: Micke 52 run (Skoglund run)

AH: Micke 19 pass from Skoglund (Trevor Stene pass from Skoglund)

Second quarter

AH: Skoglund 44 run (Stene run)

AH: Jaxon Doering 65 pass from Skoglund (Jovey Christensen run)

Third quarter

AH: Micke 65 run (Skoglund kick)

AH: Stene 2 run (kick failed)

Elk Point-Jefferson 27, MCM 20 (OT)

SALEM — Brody Weavill scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime as Elk Point-Jefferson topped McCook Central/Montrose 27-20 on Friday.

Blake Gessner scored twice and gained 125 yards on 24 carries, while Jacobi Krouse rushed for 112 yards for MCM. Raygen Randall also rushed for a touchdown.

Riley Schmitz gained 139 yards on 12 carries, while also finding the end zone twice. Weavill added 51 rushing yards and the game-winning touchdown for the Huskies. The Huskies had three interceptions.

EPJ (1-0) will host Flandreau in Elk Point on Friday. MCM (1-1) will travel to Beresford on Friday.

Scoring summary

Second quarter

MCM: Blake Gessner 3 run (Parker Scheier kick)

Third quarter

EPJ: Riley Schmitz 13 run (kick blocked)

MCM: Gessner 2 run (kick failed)

EPJ: Schmitz 46 run (Dimiris Nono kick)

MCM: Raygen Tandall 1 run (Scheier kick)

EPJ: Dalton Monahan 78 kickoff return (Nono kick)

Overtime

EPJ: Brody Weavill 4 run (Nono kick)

Potter County 44, Platte-Geddes 7

PLATTE — Potter County's 206 rushing yards helped it score 44 unanswered points to push it past Platte-Geddes 44-7 on Friday in nine-man football action.

For Potter County, Chayce Rausch rushed for 122 yards and a score on 10 carries, while Cole Nafziger added 62 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Grant Luikens threw for 92 yards and two touchdowns, including one to Dawson Simon. Preston Worth returned a fumble for a touchdown, too.

Kade Starr gained 22 yards and found the end zone once on six carries for Platte-Geddes. Defensively, Sawyer DeGroot recovered two fumbles and Kelby VanDerWerff intercepted a pass.

Potter County (1-1) visits North Border on Friday for a game in Frederick. Platte-Geddes (0-1) hosts Wolsey-Wessington on Friday in Platte.

Scoring summary

First quarter

PG: Kade Starr 4 run (kick good)

PC: Cole Nafziger 4 run (conversion good)

Second quarter

PC: Dawson Simon 25 pass from Grant Luikens (conversion failed)

PC: Chayce Rausch 55 run (conversion good)

Third quarter

PC: Nafziger 4 run (conversion failed)

PC: Preston Worth 36 fumble return (conversion good)

Fourth quarter

PC: Rausch 24 pass from Luikens (conversion good)

Colome 54, TDA/ACDC 6

ARMOUR — Colome exploded for 48 first-half points, taking down Tripp-Delmont/Armour/Andes Central/Dakota Christian 54-6 on Friday night.

Jackson Kinzer completed 7 of 9 passes for 140 yards, while also scoring two touchdowns in the win. Layton Thieman caught three passes for 67 yards, while scoring a touchdown for Colome. Calvin Ringing Shield had two catches for 61 yards and a touchdown for Colome.

Chase Dufek was too much for TDA, as he rushed for 118 yards on five carries with one touchdown in the win. Jaikob Week scored two touchdowns on three carries for a total of 39 rushing yards.

TDA's Jace Faulkner went 8-for-24 for 74 yards. On the defensive end, Faulkner tallied 29 tackles in the loss, while Cade Gemar had 18 tackles for TDA.

Colome (2-0) travels to Burke on Friday. TDA/ACDC (0-2) travels to Avon on Friday.

Scoring Summary

First quarter

COL: Jaikob Week 9 run (Jackson Kinzer run)

COL: Week 24 run (Conversion failed)

COL: Chase Dufek 63 run (Conversion failed)

Second quarter

COL: Kinzer 28 run (Conversion failed)

COL: Calvin Ringing Shield 22 pass from Kinzer (Kick failed)

COL: Riley Shippy 7 run (Kinzer run)

COL:Layton Thieman 32 pass from Kinzer (Beau Bertram run)

Fourth quarter

TDA: Jace Faulkner 35 run (Pass failed)

COL: Shippy 45 run (Run failed)

Canton 23, Chamberlain 6

CHAMBERLAIN — Canton built a 23-0 win on the way to a road win at Chamberlain Friday in high school football action.

Kayden Verley ran for 61 yards on 15 carries, had six catches for 98 yards and passed for another 61 yards. Scott Peterson was 9-for-17 passing for 113 yards in the win.

For Chamberlain, Remington Rossow had 53 yards rushing on 11 attempts. Chamberlain was outgained in the loss 295-174.

Canton (2-0) travels to Aberdeen Roncalli on Friday. Chamberlain (0-1) hosts St. Francis Indian on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

CAN: Kayden Verley 27 field goal

CAN: Joe Beyke 38 pass from Verley (Verley kick)

CAN: Shaeden Scheidt 42 run (Verley kick)

Third quarter

CAN: Verley 52 run (conversion failed)

Fourth quarter

CHA: Jazz Dominguez 1 run (kick failed)

Kimball/White Lake 39, Miller/Highmore-Harrold 22

KIMBALL—Carter Fredericksen scored four touchdowns to help Kimball/White Lake take down the visiting Rustlers 39-22 on Friday.

Fredericksen gained 116 yards on the ground and intercepted a pass on defense. Ty Namanny also added 107 rushing yards, while Javen Holan completed 11 of 17 passes for 215 yards and a touchdown. Caden Lenz led the team with 68 yards, while Justin Becker gained 65 yards on five receptions. Defensively, Tyler Resick had 10 tackles and a sack.

For MHH, Karst Hunter threw for 178 yards on 17 of 25 passes and added 95 more yards as a runner. Joey Simpson led the team with 82 receiving yards.

KWL (1-1) plays Parkston in Mitchell on Friday. MHH (0-2) plays Bon Homme in Tyndall on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

KWL: Carter Fredericksen 21 run (Kordel Kiehn pass from Javen Holan)

KWL: Fredericksen 7 run (Fredericksen run)

MHH: Karst Hunter 14 run (conversion failed)

Second quarter

KWL: Caden Lenz 68 pass from Holan (Fredericksen run)

Third quarter

KWL: Carter Fredericksen 34 run (Fredericksen run)

KWL: Carter Fredericksen 4 run (Wyatt Talbott kick)

MHH: Hunter 76 run (Jharett Bloomenrader pass from Hunter)

Fourth quarter

MHH: Spencer Fernholz 13 pass from Hunter (Dylan McDonnell pass from Hunter)

Burke 52, Gayville-Volin 6

BURKE — Finn Hanson's four touchdown game helped Burke to cruise past Gayville-Volin 52-6 on Friday night.

Hanson rushed for 150 yards on 15 carries in the win. Ethan DeLong provided 101 rushing yards on six carries, while scoring a touchdown in the victory.

Kyle Hirsch provided the only touchdown for Gayville-Volin, as he ran for 71 yards on 10 carries.

Burke (2-0) will host Colome on Friday.

Irene-Wakonda 57, Hanson 12

ALEXANDRIA — Trey King ran wild, rushing for 233 yards in a Cornbelt Conference win Friday.

Levi Larson provided more offensive spark, as he ran for 66 yards on four carries, along with four receptions for 88 yards. Irene-Wakonda rushed for a total of 291 yards on 14 carries in the game.

Reggie Slaba's touchdown catch in the second quarter, and Jacob Doyle's 18 yard run in the fourth quarter were the only touchdowns Hanson was able to string together against Irene-Wakonda's strong defense.

Irene-Wakonda (2-0) hosts Chester Area on Friday in Irene. Hanson (0-2) travels to Viborg on Friday to play Viborg-Hurley.

Other area games

Wall 42, Lyman 20 in Presho: The visiting Eagles blew open a 14-14 tie just before halftime and pulled away from the Raiders in Lyman's season debut. Wall (2-0) travels to Rapid City Christian on Friday. Lyman (0-1) plays Kadoka Area in Presho on Friday.

Wolsey-Wessington 38, Bon Homme 36 (2 OT) in Wolsey: The hometown No. 2 Warbirds rallied furiously for a home conference win over the No. 5 Cavaliers. Bon Homme led the game 22-8 at halftime until W-W answered to tie the game at 22 before the overtime frames. Wolsey-Wessington (1-0 before) plays Platte-Geddes in Platte on Friday. Bon Homme (1-0 before) plays Miller/Highmore-Harrold in Tyndall on Friday.

Viborg-Hurley 34, Menno/Marion 26 in Menno: Trailing 34-14 heading to the fourth quarter, Menno/Marion couldn't pull off the rally, as the Cougars won the Cornbelt Conference contest. Viborg-Hurley (1-1) will host Hanson in Viborg on Friday. Menno/Marion (0-2) will take on Baltic on Friday in Menno.

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