Area football roundup: KWL powers past Parkston
Carter Fredericksen scored three times, including a blocked punt return to power Kimball/White Lake to a Class 9AA football victory over Parkston 27-12 Friday at Joe Quintal Field in Mitchell.
Fredericksen opened the scoring with an 8-yard punt return and scored on a pair of touchdown runs in the second half to help KWL to the Missouri Valley Conference victory. He finished with 161 yards and Ty Namanny ran for 8 1 yards. Rafe Kiehn had 10 tackles, a sack and fumble return for a touchdown, while Kordel Kiehn had nine tackles and a sack. KWL finished with 256 rushing yards in the game.
For Parkston, Nate Doering was 17-for-27 passing for 184 yards and a touchdown, connecting with Nathan Boettcher nine times for 133 yards and a second-quarter touchdown. Rylan Leischner had nine tackles for the Trojans, while Cole Van Zee ran for 45 yards on 11 carries. KWL finished with a 266-222 advantage in total yards.
Kimball/White Lake (2-1) hosts Bon Homme on Friday. Parkston (0-3) plays Potter County on Friday in Gettysburg.
KWL: Carter Fredericksen 8 blocked punt (run failed)
P: Nathan Boettcher 13 pass from Nate Doering (conversion failed)
KWL: Rafe Kiehn 45 fumble return (pass good)
KWL: Fredericksen 19 run (Wyatt Talbott kick)
P: Doering 1 run (conversion failed)
KWL: Fredericksen 46 run (conversion failed)
Winner 36, West Central 7
WINNER—Class 11B No. 5 Winner ran past West Central on Friday night, leading 28-0 at halftime and going on to win 36-7.
For the Warriors, Brady Fritz ran for 116 yards on 11 carries for three touchdowns, while Phillip Jorgenson earned 98 yards on 15 carries. Trevor Peters rushed for 76 yards on 10 carries, scoring two touchdowns.
The Trojans scored one touchdown on a two-yard pass to Mitchel Edberg from Broc Haldeman. Cooper Maras rushed for 86 yards on 12 carries.
Winner (2-1) will play Valentine, Neb. in Valentine on Sept. 14. West Central (0-2) will host St. Thomas More on Friday.
W: Trevor Peters 7 run (Peters run)
W: Brady Fritz 21 run (Fritz run failed)
W: Fritz 11 run (Phillip Jorgenson run failed)
W: Peters 6 run (Noah Sachtjen run)
WC: Mitchel Edberg 2 pass from Broc Haldeman (Derek Eidsness kick)
W: Fritz 20 run (Preston Norrid run)
Beresford 35, McCook Central/Montrose 0
BERESFORD—Brad Christensen's big night behind center helped Beresford take down McCook Central/Montrose on Friday 35-0. Christensen went 11 of 14 and threw for 165 yards in the win.
Beresford used their ground game to produce 238 rushing yard on the night. Taylor Kropuenske put up three touchdowns and ran for 68 yards on 10 carries for Beresford. When Christensen wasn't beating McCook Central/Montrose in the air, he was running all over the field and rushed for 86 yards to lead all rushers in the game.
Beresford's defense was too much, as McCook Central's leading rusher Blake Gessner managed to produce 44 rushing yards on 10 carries.
McCook Central/Montrose (1-1) will travel to Wagner on Sept. 14. Beresford (1-1) will host Groton Area on Friday.
BER: Tyler Kropuenske 19 pass from Brad Christensen (Kropuenske kick good)
BER: Brady Peterson 2 run (Christensen run)
BER: Kropuenske 11 run (Kropuenske kick good)
BER: Kropuenske 23 run (Kropuenske kick good)
BER: Jack Antonson 49 pass from Christensen (Kropuenske kick no good)
Bon Homme 33, Miller/Highmore-Harrold 0
TYNDALL—Joey Slama had a big night behind the center, throwing for two touchdowns to lead Class 9AA No. 5 Bon Homme over Miller/Highmore 33-0 on Friday night in Tyndall. Slama completed 12 of 16 passes on the night for a total of 137 yards in the air.
Bon Homme got off to a hot start with Slama returning an 85-yard punt for the first touchdown. Beau Rothschadl was a force on the defensive side of the ball, coming up with eight tackles on the night to blank Miller/Highmore.
Bon Homme (1-1) will play Kimball/White Lake on Friday in White Lake. Miller/Highmore-Harrold (0-2) will host Ipswich/Edmunds Central on Sept. 14.
BH: Joey Slama 85 punt return (Kick good)
BH: Nate Scieszinski 31 pass from Slama (Two-point conversion failed)
BH: Tyler Kopp 90 fumble return (Two-point conversion failed)
BH: John Kubal 17 pass from Slama (Two-point conversion failed)
BH: Josh Crownover 4 run (Kick good)
Chamberlain 55, St. Francis Indian 0
CHAMBERLAIN—Chamberlain outgained St. Francis 327-24 in total yards in the game to cruise past St. Francis 55-0 Friday night.
Chamberlain marched up and down the field at will, producing 255 rushing yards in the game. It was a balanced effort on the offensive end for Chamberlain, as Isaac Hawk ran for two touchdowns on six carries for 72 yards in the game. Remington Rossow kept the ground game strong for the Cubs, scoring two touchdowns on 4 carries for 53 yards in the win.
Defensively, Nash Hutmacher forced two fumbles in the game to help the Cubs blank St. Francis.
Chamberlain (1-1) will host Wagner on Friday. St. Francis (0-2) hosts McLaughlin on Friday.
*Complete scoring summary not available.
CH: Isaac Hawk 10 run (Donovan kick good)
CH: Hawk 15 run (Donovan kick no good)
CH: Remington Rossow 19 run (Donovan kick good)
CH: Kolby Hyland 18 pass from Jazz Dominguez (Donovan kick good)
CH: Rossow 19 run (Donovan kick good)
CH: Hayden Evans 18 pass from Dominguez (Donovan kick good)
CH: Evans 3 run (Donovan kick good)
CH: Evans 81 run (Donovan kick good)
Howard 22, Parker 12
PARKER— The Howard Tigers picked up a road win after defeating Parker 22-12 on Friday night in Parker.
For the Tigers, Gavin Ericksen-Reisdorfer rushed for 92 yards on 13 carries, while Michael Hofer rushed for 89 yards on 16 carries. Isaac Feldhaus passed for 76 yards on three completions, with two touchdowns. Ericksen-Reisdorfer also scored two touchdowns on 71 receiving yards from two attempts.
For Parker, Sam Gillespie passed for 172 yards on 12 completions. Mace Plucker rushed for 50 yards on 11 carries. Trey Christensen had 135 yards on seven receptions.
Howard (1-2) will travel to Hanson on Friday. Parker (1-2) will play Irene-Wakonda on Friday in Irene.
H: Gavin Ericksen-Reisdorfer 13 pass from Isaac Feldhaus (Ericksen-Reisdorfer run)
P: Mace Plucker 2 run (Tanner Even run failed)
H: Michael Hofer 3 run (Feldhaus pass to Hofer)
H: Eriksen-Reisdorfer 58 pass from Feldhaus (Hofer run failed)
P: Trey Christensen 80 pass from Sam Gillespie (Plucker run failed)
Lyman 30, Kadoka Area 22
PRESHO— The Lyman Raiders defeated Kadoka Area 30-22 on Friday, after leading 22-6 at the half.
For Lyman, Carter Collins racked up 218 yards on 27 carries and scored one touchdown.
For the Kougars, Marcus Herber passed for 164 yards and two touchdowns on 12 completions, as well as rushed for 75 yards on 10 carries. Richard Lamont scored one touchdown and had 54 yards on five receptions.
Kadoka Area (1-2) will travel to New Underwood on Friday. Lyman (1-1) will play Jones County/White River on Friday in White River.
L: Carter Collins 42 run (Collins run)
L: TY Schindler 1 run (Collins run)
L:Tyson Floyd 64 run (Justice Jessop run failed)
K: John Daly 47 pass from Marcus Herber (Herber pass failed)
L: Schindler 14 run (Collins run)
K: Richard Lamont 7 pass from Herber (Herber pass to Lamont)
K: Hudson Johnson 3 run (Herber pass to Lamont)
MVP 48, WWSSC 13
FORESTBURG—Mount Vernon/Plankinton scored four rushing touchdowns to defeat Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 48-13 Friday night in Forestburg.
For the Titans, Jesse Hastings rushed for 158 yards on 10 carries. Hayden Haak had two touchdowns, passing for a total of 61 yards.
Cayden Slykhuis had one touchdown for the Blackhawks, and passed for 175 yards. Clay Olinger also scored a touchdown.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (3-0) will host Redfield/Doland on Friday. Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central (1-2) will play Redfield/Doland on Sept. 14 in Doland.
MVP: Jesse Hastings 64 run (Weston Tobin run failed)
MVP: Hastings 79 run (Hayden Haak run)
MVP: Matt Koch 34 pass from Haak (Haak run failed)
MVP: Koch 12 pass from Haak (Hunter Pranger run)
WWSSC: Pass from Cayden Slykhuis intercepted by Pranger (Hastings run)
WWSSC: Noah Dickson 11 pass from Slykhuis (Dickson kick)
MVP: Tobin 61 run (Hastings run failed)
MVP: Rylee Deinert 21 run (Lincoln Klooz run failed)
WWSSC: Clay Olinger 9 run (Tryce Slykhuis pass failed)
Wolsey-Wessington 50, Platte-Geddes 0,
PLATTE—Davante Luellman rushed for 167 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead Class 9AA No. 2 Wolsey-Wessington Friday night against Platte-Geddes. The Warbirds didn't need much of a passing game, as they produced 433 total rushing yards.
Skyler Zomer nearly completed all of his passes, as the quarterback went 6 for 7, throwing for 79 yards.
Lynden Williams had a big night for Wolsey-Wessington, coming up with two catches for 55 receiving yards and a touchdown.
For Platte-Geddes, Kelby VanDerWerff threw for 74 yards and completed 10 of 21 passes on the night.
Wolsey-Wessington (2-0) will host Iroquois on Friday in Wolsey. Platte-Geddes (0-1) will play Herreid/Selby Area on Friday in Selby.
WW: Lynden Williams 85 run (conversion good)
WW: Williams 51 pass from Skyler Zomer (conversion good)
WW: Mark Hamilton 20 pass from Zomer (conversion failed)
WW: Devante Luellman 15 run (conversion good)
WW: Luellman 87 run (conversion failed)
WW: Caleb Liebnow 9 run (conversion good)
WW: Eric Klanchip 28 run (conversion failed)
Other area scores
Colome 62, Burke 12 in Burke: Class 9B No. 3 Colome powered away in the second half to retain a perfect record on the season. The Cowboys led the game 23-12 at halftime. Colome (3-0) will host Gayville-Volin on Sept. 14. Burke (2-0) will play Corsica-Stickney on Friday in Corsica.
Stanley County 28, Wagner 14 in Fort Pierre: Stanley County picked up its first win of the season Friday, topping the Red Raiders in a Southeast South Dakota Conference game. Stanley County (1-2) will host Custer on Friday. Wagner (0-3) will host Chamberlain on Friday.
Alcester-Hudson 26, Corsica-Stickney 14 in Alcester: Alcester-Hudson knocked off Class 9A No. 2 Corsica-Stickney in a prep football contest on Friday. Alcester-Hudson (3-0) travels to Scotland on Friday. Corsica-Stickney (1-1) will host Burke on Friday in Corsica.
Viborg-Hurley 52, Hanson 22 in Viborg: The hometown Cougars broke the game open from a 14-8 halftime lead with 38 points in the second half, running for 245 yards. Brandon Mentele had 87 yards rushing for Hanson. Viborg-Hurley (2-1) will host Baltic on Friday. Hanson (0-3) hosts Howard on Friday.