Area football roundup: Jaguars take down Avon in opener

AVON--Caysen Eide's four-touchdown performance--three rushing, one receiving--helped Class 9A No. 3 Corsica-Stickney get past Avon 58-8 on Friday in a nine-man football game.

Corsica-Stickney's Brady Tolsma (84) sacks Avon's Riley Rucktaeschel (5) during a high school game on Friday night in Avon. (Matt Gade / Republic)

AVON-Caysen Eide's four-touchdown performance-three rushing, one receiving-helped Class 9A No. 3 Corsica-Stickney get past Avon 58-8 on Friday in a nine-man football game.

Eide rushed for 171 yards and also added 89 receiving yards for the Jaguars. Jaden Barse (67 rushing yards), Caden Vandrongelen (50) and Cooper Delange (15) all rushed for a touchdown. Blake Moke completed 5 of 7 passes for 163 yards and two scores. Barse had a team-high six tackles, while Brendan Wentland had the team's lone interception.

For Avon, Kory DeJong gained 56 yards on the ground. He also had 12 tackles, including one for loss.

Corsica-Stickney (1-0) plays Alcester-Hudson on Friday in Alcester. Avon (0-1) plays Alcester-Hudson on Friday in Alcester.

Scoring Summary


First Quarter

CS: Eide 59 run (run failed)

CS: Eide 42 run (Cooper Tolsma pass from Delange)

CS: Delange 68 pass from Moke (Cole Feenstra run)

Second Quarter

CS: Barse 51 run (Brendan Wentland run)

CS: Eide 33 run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter


CS: Delange 2 run (Delange run)

A: DeJong 68 kick return (Logan Schuurmans pass from Riley Ruckstaeschel)

CS: Eide 53 pass from Moke (Eide run)

Fourth Quarter

CS: Vandrongelen 50 run

Canistota/Freeman 52, Menno/Marion 6

CANISTOTA-Canistota/Freeman racked up 478 total yards of offense and scored 44 points in the first half en route to a 52-6 win over Menno/Marion on Friday night.

Austin Thu only needed 11 carries to rush for 145 yards and three touchdowns for the Pride. Trey Ortman also had a big day, going 6 of 10 for 250 yards and two scores through the air, while also adding another two on the ground. Colin Helma was on the receiving end of a 94-yard touchdown catch and run from Ortman.


Gavin Pankratz was 19 of 38 for 166 yards, one touchdown and four interceptions for Menno/Marion. Kyle Munkvold led the way with five catches for 57 yards, while Trey Bohlmann had the lone touchdown catch in a losing effort. Menno was held to just three yards rushing on nine attempts.

Menno/Marion (0-1) hosts Viborg-Hurley on Friday in Menno. Canistota/Freeman (1-0) plays at Howard on Friday.

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

CF: Thu 5 run (Braxton Schmidt pass from Ortman)

CF: Thu 1 run (run failed)

Second Quarter

CF: Ortman 5 run (Thu run)

CF: Ortman 14 run (Bailey Sage run)

MM: Bohlmann 2 pass from Pankratz (Run failed)

CF: Thu 53 run (run failed)

CF: Helma 94 pass from Ortman (Tyce Ortman run)

Third Quarter

CF: Tyce Ortman 44 pass from Trey Ortman (Sage run)

Colome 72, Centerville 6

COLOME-Jackson Kinzer rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns to lead Class 9B No. 3 Colome to a 72-6 victory over Centerville in nine-man action on Friday night. The game ended at halftime due to the 50-point rule.

For Colome, Michael Supik and Chase Dufek rushed for 68 and 41 yards, respectively, as each also scored twice on the ground. Kinzer completed all four of his passes for 72 yards and a touchdown. Beau Bertram led the Cowboys - who scored the first 72 points of the game - with 33 receiving yards and six tackles. Calvin Ringing Shield intercepted two passes for Colome.

Will Kroger completed 2 of 9 passes for 50 yards and two interceptions for Centerville. He also rushed for 56 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries.

Colome (1-0) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour/Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Friday in Armour. Centerville (0-1) hosts Scotland on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

COL: Chase Dufek 22 run (Nathaniel Hansen kick)

COL: Beau Bertram 1 run (Hansen kick)

COL: Jackson Kinzer 64 run (Hansen kick)

COL: Dufek 7 run Hansen kick)

COL: Bertram 4 run (Kinzer run)

COL: Layton Thieman 3 pass from Kinzer (Bertram run)

Second quarter

COL: Michael Supik 33 run (Adam Cole run)

COL: Jaikob Week 8 run (Rhet Bertram pass from Brayden Seegers)

COL: Supik 14 run (Cole run)

CEN: Will Kroger 10 run (pass failed)

Burke 55, Scotland 0

SCOTLAND-Behind 42 first-half points, Burke picked up a convincing 55-0 win in the Great Plains Conference season-opening game, as quarterback Brock Karbo accounted for seven touchdowns.

Karbo threw for a touchdown in the first quarter and ran for two more, while also throwing for three more in the second quarter. Teron Serr was on the receiving end of three touchdown grabs from Karbo in the game.

Dallas Fuerst, Daniel Lange and Lucas Pedersen each recorded 6.5 tackles for Scotland in defeat.

Burke (1-0) hosts Gayville-Volin on Friday. Scotland (0-1) plays at Centerville on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

BSC: Serr 3 pass from Karbo (Two-point conversion good)

BSC: Karbo 6 run (Two-point conversion good)

BSC: Karbo 5 run (Two-point conversion good)

Second Quarter

BSC: Jaden Frank 15 pass from Karbo (Two-point conversion failed)

BSC: Serr 3 pass from Karbo (Two-point conversion failed)

BSC: Serr 28 pass from Karbo (Two-point conversion good)

Third Quarter

BSC: Finn Hanson 3 pass from Karbo (Kick good)

Fourth Quarter

BSC: Borden Rolf 16 pass from Hunter Van Nieuwenhuyse (End of game)

Bon Homme 41, Parkston 0

TYNDALL-In what was technically a road game, Bon Homme cruised to a season-opening victory Friday over conference rival Parkston.

Joey Slama, Christian Uecker and Josh Crownover all had big games on the ground to carry the Cavaliers. Slama ran 13 times for 113 yards, while Uecker had four carries for 110 yards, punctuated by an 81-yard touchdown scamper. Crownover had added 62 yards on six carries and two touchdowns, and led the way with seven tackles on defense. Slama was 9-for-14 passing for 68 yards with a touchdown.

For Parkston, Nathan Boettcher had six carries for 38 yards. The game was scheduled to be a home game for Parkston, but the contest was moved to Tyndall due to construction on the Trojans' home stadium.

Bon Homme (1-0) plays Wolsey-Wessington on Friday in Wolsey. Parkston (0-1) plays at Gregory on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

BH: Josh Crownover 15 run (Josh Schmidt pass from Joey Slama)

BH: Christian Uecker 81 run (Crownover kick)

Second quarter

BH: Crownover 17 run (Crownover kick)

BH: Tyler Kopp 55 interception return (kick failed)

BH: Nate Scieszinski 1 pass from Slama (Crownover kick)

Third quarter

BH: Slama 1 run (kick failed)

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 40, Stanley County 7

MOUNT VERNON-Mount Vernon/Plankinton scored 40 unanswered points on Friday to top Stanley County in an 11-man football game.

For MVP, Jesse Hastings rushed for 106 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries. Weston Tobin chipped in with 99 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns, as well. Hayden Haak completed 3 of 6 passes for 72 yards and a touchdown. Thomas Baker had a team-high seven tackles, including 1.5 for loss.

Riley Hannum completed seven passes on 10 attempts for 50 yards, while Dylan Gabriel added 81 yards and a touchdown on the ground for Stanley County. J.D. Carter led the Buffaloes with 37 receiving yards and nine tackles.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (1-0) plays at Wagner on Friday. Stanley County (0-1) plays at Winner on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

SC: Dylan Gabriel 31 run (Reid Wieczorek kick)

MVP: Weston Tobin 63 run (Jesse Hastings run)

Second quarter

MVP: Weston Tobin 3 run (Colton Tobin run)

MVP: Rylee Deinert 48 pass from Hayden Haak (Hastings run)

MVP: Hayden Haak 8 run (Hastings run)

Fourth quarter

MVP: Hastings 1 run (Hastings run)

McCook Central/Montrose 7, Flandreau 6

SALEM-A fourth-quarter touchdown from Blake Gessner lifted McCook Central/Montrose past Flandreau 7-6 on Friday in 11-man football action.

Gessner had a team-high 84 rushing yards for MCM, while Jacobi Krouse added 61 yards on the ground. Dylan Klinkhammer caught two passes for 23 yards. Koltan Lindstrom led the Cougars with nine tackles.

For Flandreau, Matthew Pauley rushed for 68 yards and a score on 18 carries. Connor LeBrun finished with 39 yards on two catches. LeBrun also had nine tackles and an interception. Pauley had eight solo tackles.

McCook Central/Montrose (1-0) hosts Elk Point-Jefferson on Friday in Salem. Flandreau (0-1) plays Elk Point-Jefferson on Aug. 31 in Elk Point.

Scoring summary

First quarter

F: Matthew Pauley 26 run (run failed)

Fourth quarter

MCM: Blake Gessner 2 run (Parker Scheier kick)

Garretson 30, Howard 16

HOWARD- Garretson scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to pull away from a 16-all tie for a 30-16 win Friday over Howard, the second-ranked team in Class 9A in the preseason.

Brennan Mudder led the way on offense for the Blue Dragons, rushing 12 times for 51 yards and two touchdowns. He was 7-for-10 passing for 136 yards through the air. Hayden Pierret had eight carries for 74 yards and a touchdown for Garretson.

For the host Tigers, Zach Pardy ran 15 times for 75 yards and a touchdown, while Michael Hofer ran 15 times for 47 yards. Isaac Feldhaus was 4-for-9 for 30 yards passing. On defense, Feldhaus had 13 tackles, while Tisyn Spader had 10 tackles.

Garretson (1-0) hosts Parker on Friday, while Howard (0-1) hosts Canistota/Freeman on Friday.

Scoring summary

Second quarter

H: Zach Pardy 1 run (Gavis Reisdorfer pass from Isaac Feldhaus)

G: Hayden Pererret 1 run (Drew Blasmo pass from Brennan Mudder)

Third quarter

G: Mudder 7 run (Isiah Robinson run)

H: Reisdorder 20 run (Michael Hofer run)

Fourth quarter

G: Mudder 5 run (Blasmo pass from Mudder)

G: Trenton Karli 30 pass from Mudder (run failed)

Gregory 12, Kimball/White Lake 6

GREGORY-Class 9AA No. 1 Gregory used two first-half touchdowns to get by Kimball/White Lake, 12-6, on Friday in nine-man football action.

Grant Thomas completed 7 of 13 passes for 156 yards and a touchdown for Gregory. Caleb Stukel caught the touchdown pass, also adding 89 receiving yards. J.J. Beck had 63 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries, while also adding a team-high 15 tackles.

For Kimball/White Lake, Javen Holan completed 10 passes on 14 attempts for 127 yards and a score. Carter Fredericksen led the Wildkats in both rushing (45 yards) and receiving (97). Kordel Kiehn racked up 14 tackles.

Gregory (1-0) hosts Parkston on Friday. Kimball/White Lake (0-1) hosts Miller/Highmore-Harrold on Friday in Kimball.

Scoring summary

First quarter

G: Caleb Stukel 65 pass Grant Thomas (run failed)

Second quarter

G: J.J. Beck 3 run (pass failed)

KWL: Carter Fredericksen 53 pass Javen Holan (pass failed)

Other area scores

Baltic 36, Hanson 0 in Baltic: The Bulldogs blanked Hanson in the season-opening game Friday. Sam Muston ran for three touchdowns and passed for another in the victory for Baltic. Baltic (1-0) plays at Chester Area Friday. Hanson (0-1) hosts Irene-Wakonda on Friday in Alexandria.

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 14, Beresford 6 in Beresford: The No. 2-ranked Seahawks won a defensive struggle on the road Friday, capped by a 37-yard interception return for a touchdown by defensive back Sawyer Schultz with less than 2 minutes left. The Watchdogs had a 6-0 lead at halftime. BEE (1-0) hosts Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central on Friday in Bridgewater. Beresford (0-1) plays Sioux Valley on Friday in Volga.

Alcester-Hudson 34, TDA/ACDC 12 in Armour: The Cubs earned a road win in Great Plains Conference play on Friday. Alcester-Hudson (1-0) hosts Avon on Friday in Alcester. Tripp-Delmont/Armour/Andes Central/Dakota Christian (0-1) hosts Colome on Friday in Armour.

Sioux Falls Christian 36, Winner 0 in Sioux Falls: The preseason No. 1 team in Class 11B and defending state champions Sioux Falls Christian looked the part Friday, drubbing the Warriors. Sioux Falls Christian (1-0) hosts Mobridge-Pollock on Friday. Winner (0-1) hosts Stanley County on Friday.

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