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Area Football: 10/18

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan’s Jordan Grosdidier runs past Kimball/White Lake’s Riley Talbott (24) for his second touchdown in the Seahawks’ 49-14 win Friday night in Kimball. (Nick McCutcheon/Republic)

By The Daily Republic

KIMBALL — The Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan football team grabbed control of a top seed for the playoffs with a 49-14 win over Kimball/White Lake Friday in Kimball.

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The Seahawks locked home-field advantage for the first round of the Class 9AA playoffs.

The Seahawks controlled the game on the ground with 41 carries for 311 yards. Running back Wade Miller ran the ball 17 times for 182 yards and two touchdowns. Jordan Grosdidier added touchdown runs of 49, 33 and 10 yards in the win.

Eathen Gaulke led the WiLdKats with 20 carries for 138 yards and one touchdown on the ground. Dalton Bely added a two-yard touchdown run for Kimball/White Lake.

The Seahawks (7-1) have a bye in the final week of the regular-season, while the WiLdKats (5-2) play Corsica/Stickney at 7 p.m. Thursday in Corsica.

First Quarter

BEE: Camden Myers 15 run (conversion good)

BEE: Wade Miller 16 run (conversion good)

Second Quarter

BEE: Jordan Grosdidier 49 run (conversion failed)

KWL: Dalton Bely 2 run (conversion good)

BEE: Grosdidier 33 run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

BEE: Miller 5 run (conversion no good)

KWL: Eathen Gaulke 32 run (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

BEE: Blake Bartscher 1 run (conversion good)

BEE: Grosdidier 10 run (kick good)

Chamberlain 40, Todd County 8

MISSION — Chamberlain ran the ball 75 times for 477 yards in a 40-8 win over Todd County Friday in Mission.

The Cubs were led by Hunter Hallock with 34 carries for 210 yards and five touchdowns. Chris Schwartz added 26 carries for 168 yards and a score.

Jim Bob Ellsworth led the Cub defense with eight and a half tackles.

Chamberlain (3-4) plays Crow Creek at 7 p.m. Thursday in Chamberlain.

First Quarter

C: Hunter Hallock 7 run (conversion no good)

C: Hallock 2 run (conversion good)

Second Quarter

C: Hallock 3 run (conversion no good)

TC: Tyson Fleury 75 kickoff return (conversion good)

Third Quarter

C: Hallock 4 run (conversion good)

C: Chris Schwartz 1 run (conversion no good)

Fourth Quarter

C: Hallock 8 run (conversion no good)

Canton 50, Wagner 20

CANTON — Canton rolled up 377 rushing yards in a 50-20 win over Wagner in high school football action Friday in Canton.

Jake Ablett finished with 156 yards rushing on 17 carries and scored one touchdown for Canton, while Cody Majeres added three total touchdowns in the win.

Wagner was led by David Kocer with 21 carries for 91 yards and a touchdown.

Noah St. Pierre ran back a kickoff 90 yards for the Red Raiders in the loss.

Wagner (4-3) ends its regular season against Winner at 7 p.m. Thursday in Winner.

First Quarter

C: Cody Majeres 40 run (kick good)

C: Gabe Dolen 12 run (kick good)

Second Quarter

C: Dolen 3 run (conversion good)

W: Dylan Brunsing 27 pass to Chris Kuca (conversion good)

C: Majeres 9 pass to Eli Ripley (kick good)

W: Noah St Pierre 90 kickoff return (kick good)

C: Dolen 74 kickoff return (kick good)

C: Majeres 32 run (kick good)

Third Quarter

C: Jake Ablett 6 run (kick good)

Fourth Quarter

W: David Kocer 4 run

Kadoka Area 60, Lyman 6

PRESHO — Lane Patterson passed for 151 yards and four touchdowns to lead Kadoka Area to a 60-6 win over Lyman in high school football action Friday in Presho.

Running back Chandlier Sudbeck carried the ball 14 times for 171 yards and two touchdowns for the Kougars, while Logan Ammons caught three passes for 121 yards and three scores.

Trey Mundlien found the end zone for the Raiders, rushing for 22 yards on nine carries.

A scoring summary was not available.

Lyman (1-6) finishes its regular season against Jones County at 7 p.m. Thursday in Murdo.

Burke/South Central 43, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 0

ARMOUR — Turner Serr rushed for 144 yards and three touchdowns and caught one reception for 70 yards and a touchdown to lead Burke/South Central over Tripp-Delmont/Armour 43-0 Friday.

Levi Schonebaum rushed for 46 yards and tallied 11 tackles and made one interception for the Cougars, who had 267 total rushing yards. Quarterback Zach Sebern threw for 70 yards and one touchdown.

Jordan Jones had nine tackles and Michael Clark recorded nine tackles and a sack in the win.

Tyson Gregerson had 45 rushing yards and Gunnar Dally recorded 35 yards on the ground for the Nighthawks. Shane Koster threw for 29 yards and

Thierno Diop led the receiving corps with 27 yards. Defensively, Austin Fischer had nine tackles and Dally and Diop each had five tackles in the loss.

The Cougars (5-2) host Colome Thursday in Burke, while the Nighthawks (1-6) play at Gregory Thursday.

First Quarter

BSC: Turner Serr 3 run (Serr run)

BSC: Serr 5 run (conversion failed)

BSC: Serr 70 pass from Zach Sebern (kick good)

Second Quarter

BSC: Serr 6 run (conversion good)

Third Quarter

BSC: Tyson Serr 1 run (Levi Schonebaum run)

BSC: Schonebaum 56 run (kick failed)

Bon Homme 42, Elk Point-Jefferson 6

ELK POINT — The Bon Homme football team scored 20 third-quarter points to pull away and defeat Elk Point-Jefferson 42-6 Friday.

Dakota Bodden had 11 carries for 165 yards and three touchdowns for Bon Homme. He also recorded a touchdown threw the air to Zach Sutera for61 yards. Bodden was 4-for-7 for 84 yards. Cole Uecker also scored on a 42-yard touchdown run for the Cavaliers.

Bon Homme (5-2) hosts Parkston Thursday in Tyndall.

First Quarter

BH: Dakota Bodden 55 run (kick good)

BH: 36 field goal

Second Quarter

BH: Bodden 2 run (conversion failed)

EPJ: Jared Hueser 27 pass from Cody Reed (conversion failed

Third Quarter

BH: Bodden 54 run

BH: Zach Sutera 61 pass from Bodden

BH: 38 interception return

Fourth Quarter

BH: Cole Uecker 42 run (conversion failed)

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 36, Corsica/Stickney 28

STICKNEY — Austin Messmer rushed for 145 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries to lead Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central over Corsica/Stickney 36-28 Friday in high school football action.

The Blackhawks’ Landon Oschner had three carries for 67 yards and one touchdown, while Joe Davis threw for 65 yards on 6-of-9 passing. Jarid Bechen had a game-high 12 tackles and Messmer tallied 11 in the win.

The Blackhawks racked up 286 total offensive yards.

Mason VanVuuren had 15 carries for 80 yards and a touchdown, while Austin Tilton rushed 18 yards and a score on two carries. Brian Joachim was 7-of-8 in passing for 85 yards for Corsica/Stickney, which totaled 217 yards of total offense. The Jaguars were led defensively by Cade Rexwinkle with 11 tackles and VanVuuren and Cardel Boomsa each added 10.

The Jaguars (4-3) host Kimball/White Lake Thursday in Stickney, while the Blackhawks (5-2) host Wolsey-Wessington Thursday in Woonsocket.

First Quarter

CS: Austin Tilton 22 run (conversion failed)

WWSSC: Joe Davis 14 run (Brady Tiede pass from Joe Davis)

CS: Brian Joachim 96 interception return (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

WWSSC: Austin Messmer 10 run (Davis run)

CS: Eli Van Roekel 76 kickoff return (Van Roekel pass from Joachim)

WWSSC: Davis 1 run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

CS: Mason VanVuuren 11 run (Joachim run)

Fourth Quarter

WWSSC: Devin Hohn 8 run (conversion failed)

WWSSC: Landon Oschner 48 run (Messmer run)

Hanson 63, Freeman 28

FREEMAN — Jacob Paradeis had 12 carries for 144 yards and four touchdowns to lead Hanson to its second straight win and a 63-28 victory over Freeman Friday.

Paradeis also made two catches for 58 yards and a score, while Jerrod Zens completed 4 of 6 passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns for Hanson. Wyatt Kayser rushed for 86 yards on nine carries, while Levi Doyle led defensively with seven tackles.

Freeman’s Cole Paulson rushed for 55 yards and two scores on 14 carries and threw for 163 yards and one touchdown on 13-of-27 passing. Joseph

Weier hauled in six recpetions for 56 yards, while Avery Sage led in tackles with eight.

Hanson (2-5) hosts Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday in Alexandria, while Freeman (0-6) plays at Howard Thursday.

First Quarter

H: Jacob Paradeis 71 run (Paradeis run)

H: Mason Mayer 65 run (conversion failed)

H: Paradeis 13 run (Paradeis run)

F: Cole Paulson 6 run (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

H: Andy Craig 1 run (conversion failed)

H: Paradeis 8 run (conversion failed)

F: Joe Weier 11 run (Weier failed)

H: Paradeis 55 run (Mayer run)

H: Mayer 26 run (Paradeis run)

H: Sam VanderStouwe 60 run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

H: Paradeis 19 run (Marshall Miller kick)

F: Weier 9 run (Avery Sage pass)

Fourth Quarter

F: Paulson 21 run (conversion failed)

Winner 56, Crow Creek 6

STEPHAN — The Winner Warriors racked up 322 yards of total offense en route to a 56-6 win over Crow Creek Friday to stay undefeated.

Riley Frazier had six carries for 77 yards and one touchdown, while Tyrel Haley had two carries for 37 yards and two scores for Winner. Nathan

Galbraith threw one reception for 33 yards and one touchdown, while Brendan Harter hauled in the catch for the score. Defensively, Jaden Schroeder led in tackles with 5.5.

Winner (7-0) hosts Wagner Thursday.

First Quarter

W: Trace Meyer 22 run (Sam Naasz kick)

W: Nathan Galbraith 32 run (kick failed)

W: Brendan Harter 33 pass from Galbraith (Naasz run)

W: Tyrel Haley 5 run (Naasz kick)

W: Haley 32 run (Galbraith run)

Second Quarter

W: Lattrell Terkildsen 7 pass from Drew Demers (Demers run)

CC: Devon Grant 45 pass from Theron Big Eagle (conversion failed)

W: Riley Frazier 9 run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

CC: Kayleb Brozik interception return

Parkston 30, Redfield/Doland 0

REDFIELD — Parkston forced four turnovers in 30-0 win over Redfield-Doland in high school football action Friday in Redfield.

Mitch Heisinger, Miles Semmler and Brady Reiff each topped 60 yards rushing and combined for two touchdowns for Parkston in the win.

Miles Semmler added seven tackles and an interception for the Trojans, while Jordan Grover and Ethan Murtha each added an interception. Wes Dvorakhad a one-yard touchdown run and kicked a 23-yard field goal for Parkston in the win.

Parkston (6-1) finishes its regular season against Bon Homme at 7 p.m. Thursday in Tyndall.

First Quarter

P: Mitch Heisinger 23 run (kick failed)

P: Andrew Semmler 14 run (conversion good)

Second Quarter

P: Miles Semmler 4 run (kick good)

Third Quarter

P: Wes Dvorak 1 run (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

P: Dvorak 23 field goal

Scotland 50, Marty Indian 0

SCOTLAND — Scotland finished its regular season with a 50-0 win over Marty Indian in high school football action Friday in Scotland.

The Highlanders outgained Marty 332 to 55 in the game, with 265 of their yards coming on the ground.

Seth Ireland led the Highlanders had a team-high 76 yards rushing and caught a 30 yard touchdown pass from Shaye Bloch. Blake Konstanz ran for two scores including a 30-yard scamper in the third quarter for Scotland.

Bloch passed for 67 yards and two touchdowns and added another score on the ground.

Scotland’s (4-4) regular season is complete and the team will now wait to see if it is a part of the 9B playoffs.

First Quarter

S: Shaye Bloch 8 run

Second Quarter

S: Blake Konstanz 5 run

S: Bloch 6 pass to Anthony Walloch

S: Chandler Diede 1 run

S: Bloch 30 pass to Seth Ireland

Third Quarter

S: Chase Mogck 35 run

S: Ronnie Bodden 1 run

S: Konstanz 30 run

Colome 52,

Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 30

PLATTE — Terrance Kinzer filled up the stat sheet for Colome in a 52-30 win over Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian Friday in Platte.

The senior quarterback carried the ball 13 times for 317 yards and four touchdowns for the Cowboys. Kinzer also found Jacob Worden for 13 yard touchdown

On defense Kinzer added three interceptions, while Jacob Worden added 12 tackles in the win.

Stats for Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian were not reported despite attempts to contact coaches.

Colome (6-1) plays Burke/South Central at 7 p.m. Thursday in Burke.

First Quarter

C: Terrance Kinzer 89 run (conversion good)

C: Kinzer 43 run (Conversion good)

C: Kinzer 61 run (Conversion good)

Second Quarter

C: Reed Harter 6 run (conversion failed)

C: Chase Hrabanek 4 run (conversion good)

C: Kinzer 75 run (conversion failed)

C: Kinzer 13 pass to Jacob Worden (conversion good)

McCook Central/Montrose 20, Flandreau 7

FLANDREAU — Kylar Hansen threw three touchdowns to three different receivers in a 20-7 win over Flandreau Friday night in Flandreau.

Kylar Hansen finished 8-of-12 for 142 yards passing and three touchdowns. Tyler Cleveland, Cody Condon and Eric Hanson each caught touchdown passes for the Fighting Cougars. Will Gottlob had a team-high 14 tackles for MC/M, while Cleveland added 11 tackles.

The Fighting Cougars (3-4) finish their season against Sioux Falls Christian at 7 p.m. Thursday in Salem.

First Quarter

MCM: Tyler Cleveland 17 pass from Kylar Hansen (kick good)

Second Quarter

F: Geno Taylor-Burshiem 47 pass from Jace Christiansen 47 pass (kick good)

MCM: Cody Condon 14 pass from Hansen (kick good)

Third Quarter

MCM: Eric Hanson 86 pass from Hansen (kick failed)

Andes Central 30, Gayville-Volin 12

GAYVILLE — Andes Central scored 22 points in the third quarter to pull away from Gayville-Volin in a 30-12 win Friday.

Joey Evans had a team-high 90 yards on 16 carries for Andes Central, including a 28-yard touchdown.

Darby Svatos and Leo Hopkins each had eight tackles for the Eagles.

Andes Central (3-4) plays Avon Thursday in Avon.

First Quarter

AC: Leo Hopkins 13 run

Second Quarter

GV: Grant Rice 13 pass to Brandon Van Osdel

Third Quarter

AC: Joey Evans 28 run

AC: Zach Cournoyer 2 run

AC: Darrin Hopkins 30 fumble recovery

Fourth Quarter

GV: Garrett Hirsch 2 run

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 36, Menno/Marion 30

MENNO — The Titans held on for a 36-30 win over Menno/Marion Friday in Menno. 

Mount Vernon/Plankinton’s Cote Hinker had 76 yards on 22 carries and one touchdown.

Nick Gortmaker led the Razorbacks with 168 yards rushing on 34 carries and two touchdowns.

A scoring summary was not available.

Menno/Marion (3-4) plays Baltic Thursday in Marion, while MV/P (2-5) plays Hanson Thursday in Alexandria.