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Area football roundup: Sioux Valley downs Seahawks in battle of top-ranked foes

BRIDGEWATER -- In a battle of top Class 11B teams, No. 1-ranked Sioux Valley edged No. 2-ranked Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 27-15 Friday night in Bridgewater.

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Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan quarterback Brady Hawkins (5) scrambles during a prep football game Friday in Bridgewater. (Marcus Traxler / Republic)

BRIDGEWATER - In a battle of top Class 11B teams, No. 1-ranked Sioux Valley edged No. 2-ranked Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 27-15 Friday night in Bridgewater.

Sioux Valley jumped to an early 21-0 first half lead and never gave it up. Daymein Lucas led Sioux Valley with 92 yards rushing and a touchdown five yards and two 1-yard touchdown runs.

The Cossack defense was led by Tyler Schwartz and Jake Schneider with 12 tackles each.

Sioux Valley finished with 241 yards rushing and 81 yards passing for 322 total yards.

Brady Hawkins led the Seahawks with 117 yards passing. The BEE defense was led by Dustin Weber, Carter Dye and Bradlee Schultz with nine tackles each. The Seahawks had 159 yards on the ground and 119 yards passing for 278 total yards.

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Sioux Valley (8-0) and BEE (6-2) will play in the first round of the playoffs on Thursday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

SV: Daymein Lucas 1 run (Brennan Stoltenberg kick)

SV: Lucas 5 run (Stoltenberg kick)

Second quarter

SV: Tyler Schwartz 79 pass from Noah Puetz (Stoltenberg kick)

BEE: Dustin Weber 20 run (Abiah Plastow kick)

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Third quarter

SV: Lucas 1 run (conversion failed)

Fourth quarter

BEE: Bradlee Schultz 9 run (Chase Arend run)

Kimball/White Lake 52, Lyman 0 PRESHO - Kimball/White Lake broke out to a 38-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 52-0 nine-man football win over the Lyman Raiders to end the regular season.

The Wildkats were led by Jackson Nockels who rushed four times for 97 yards and two touchdowns. Kory Peters carried the ball five times for 94 yards and two touchdowns.

KWL ran the ball 25 times for 302 yards and completed three passes for 56 yards for 358 total yards.

The Raiders had 26 rushes for 25 yards and six pass completions for 58 yards and 83 total yards.

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Both Kimball/White Lake (4-4) and Lyman (5-3) conclude the regular season with an eye to the playoffs, starting Thursday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

KWL: Jackson Nockels 6 run (Nockels run)

KWL: Kezery LeBeau 43 run (Jaime Houser run)

Second quarter

KWL: Kory Peters 40 run (conversion fail)

KWL: Nockels 80 run (run fail)

KWL: safety

KWL: Peters 1 run (Carter Fredericksen pass from Dylan Mohnen)

Third quarter

KWL: Caden Lenz 10 run (Riley Pursell pass from Nolan Kirsch)

Fourth quarter

KWL: Travis Geyer 4 run (run fail)

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 36, Beresford 29 BERESFORD - Mount Vernon/Plankinton’s Jesse Hastings ran for three touchdowns and threw for another, as the Titans edged the Beresford Watchdogs Friday 36-29 in 11-man football action.

Hastings had scoring runs of 79, 5, and 20 yards and threw a 37-yard pass to Nolan Sampson.

Hunter Pranger had 11 tackles and Thomas Baker had nine tackles to lead the MVP defense.

The Titans had 53 rushing attempts for 316 yards and 54 yards passing for 370 total yards.

Parker Goblirsch had two touchdowns for Beresford. The Watchdogs had 50 yards rushing and 177 yards passing for 227 total yards.

MVP (5-3) will be in the playoffs Thursday, while Beresford’s season ends at 1-7.

Scoring summary

First quarter

MVP: Jesse Hastings 79 run (Dane Rihanek run)

B: Brad Christensen fumble recovery (conversion good)

MVP: Hastings 5 run (run fail)

Second quarter

MVP: Colton Tobin 6 run (Rihanek run)

B: Parker Goblirsch 15 pass from Christensen (Tyler Kropuenske kick)

Third quarter

MVP: Hastings 20 run (run fail)

B: Beau VanGelder 11 pass from Christensen (Kropuenske kick)

Fourth quarter

MVP: Nolan Sampson 37 pass from Hastings Rihanek run)

B: Goblirsch 30 pass from Christiansen (Kropuenske kick)

Bon Homme 61, Platte-Geddes 6 PLATTE - Bryce Scieszinski passed for five touchdowns and ran for another to lead Bon Homme to a 61-6 win over Platte-Geddes. The game ended in the third quarter due to the 50-point mercy rule.

Scieszinski completed 12 passes on 18 attempts for 127 yards. Colin Adams had five catches for 44 yards and two touchdowns for BH, which had 183 rushing yards and 301 total yards.

The Black Panthers were led by Peyton Nelson with 12 carries for 105 yards and a touchdown.

P-G finished the night with 23 rushes for 128 yards and they were 4-of-9 for 86 yards passing for 204 total yards.

Bon Homme (6-2) will host a playoff game on Thursday. Platte-Geddes ends the regular season at 1-7.

Scoring summary

First quarter

BH: Colin Adams 1 pass from Bryce Scieszinski (PAT good)

BH: Adams 25 pass from Scieszinski (PAT fail)

BH: Tyler Kopp 45 pass from Scieszinski (PAT good)

Second quarter

BH: Scieszinski 4 run (PAT good)

BH: Josh Schmidt pass from Scieszinski (PAT good)

BH: Joey Slama pass from Scieszinski (PAT)

PG: Peyton Nelson 3 run (PAT fail)

BH: Slama 60 kickoff return for touchdown (PAT good)

Third quarter

BH: Noah Heesch 5 run

Gregory 44, Miller/Highmore-Harrold 14 GREGORY - Andy McCance threw for 374 yards and had five total touchdowns as No. 1 Gregory topped No. 3-ranked Miller/Highmore-Harrold 44-14 in prep football action Friday.  

McCance was 12-for-19 passing and added 49 rushing yards. Jeremiah Beck had 53 yards rushing on seven carries, 57 receiving yards and on defense, Beck had 12 tackles, six assists and four tackles for loss and an interception. Tyler Murray added 12 tackles, as well.

For MHH, Karst Hunter had 14 carries for 107 yards and was 15-for-28 passing for 185 yards and one touchdown. Gregory had 547 total yards, including 173 rushing yards, while the Rustlers had 175 rushing yards and 185 passing yards for a total of 360.

Gregory (8-0) will host a first-round playoff game Thursday and Miller/Highmore-Harrold (6-2) will play in the first round Thursday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

G: Andy McCance 1 run (Jon Bakke pass from McCance)

G: Blake Boes 23 pass from McCance (conversion failed)

G: Tyler Murray 29 pass from McCance (conversion failed)

Second quarter

G: McCance 5 run (McCance run)

MHH: Dylan McDonald 6 pass from Karst Hunter (conversion failed)

G: Caleb Stukel 68 pass from McCance (McCance run)

Fourth quarter

G: Jeremiah Beck 22 run (Dylan Borzich pass from McCance)

MHH: Landon Sievertson 1 run (Henry Mullaney pass from Hunter)

Colome 26, Avon 20 AVON - Colome’s Chase Dufek ran for 129 yards and two touchdowns as Colome picked up an important win at Avon 26-20 Friday night in prep football action.

Dufek had touchdown runs of 38 and 52 yards and carried the ball eight times total. Wyatt Cahoy added 81 yards on 14 carries and Jackson Kinzer had 72 yards on 14 carries for the Class 9B No. 3-ranked Cowboys, who ran for 318 of their 356 yards. Layton Thieman had a 32-yard touchdown pass to Kolton Salonen, as well.

For the Pirates, who had 255 total yards, Brady Cameron was 10-for-19 for 134 yards and two touchdowns through the air, hitting Levi DeJong six times for 102 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Jacob Cihak had 66 yards on 13 carries and Tate Wynia had 54 rushing yards on 14 carries and a score for the Pirates. Wynia had 15 tackles on defense to lead Avon, while Wyatt Duncan made 14 stops.

Colome (7-1) and Avon (6-2) will both play Thursday in the first-round of the playoffs.

Scoring summary

First quarter

C: Chase Dufek 38 run (run failed)

A: Levi DeJong 8 pass from Brady Cameron (Tate Wynia pass from Cameron)

C: Wyatt Cahoy 45 run (pass failed)

Third quarter

C: Kolton Salonen 32 pass from Layton Thieman (Cahoy run)

A: Wynia 4 run (pass failed)

C: Dufek 52 run (run failed)

Fourth quarter

A: DeJong 3 pass from Cameron (pass failed)

Corsica-Stickney 50, Gayville-Volin 0 GAYVILLE - Blake Moke threw for 345 passing yards and seven touchdown passes, finding Bryce Plamp five times for touchdowns, as Class 9A No. 1-ranked Corsica-Stickney sealed the Great Plains Conference championship with a 50-0 win at Gayville-Volin Friday in nine-man football action. The game was ended in the third quarter by the 50-point mercy rule.

Moke was 9-for-13 passing, hitting Plamp six times for 227 yards. Caysen Eide had 114 yards receiving on two catches and a touchdown and Cordel Menning added a receiving touchdown as well. Plamp added 52 yards rushing, as well. Bailey Anthony lead the Jaguars on defense with five tackles.

C-S finished with 446 total yards, with 371 passing in the game. Tristan Gustad had 70 yards passing on 11-for-26 attempts for the host Raiders.

Corsica-Stickney (8-0) will host a playoff game in Corsica on Thursday. Gayville-Volin’s regular season ends at 2-6.

Scoring summary

First quarter

CS: Bryce Plamp 82 pass from Blake Moke

CS: Plamp 55 pass from Moke

CS: Plamp 44 pass from Moke

CS: Caysen Eide 75 pass from Moke

CS: Cordel Menning 4 pass from Moke

Second quarter

CS: Plamp 11 pass from Moke

Third quarter

CS: Plamp 26 pass from Moke

*No conversion information reported

Scotland 48, TDA/ACDC 8 LAKE ANDES - The Scotland Highlanders jumped to a 34-0 halftime lead and went on to a 48-8 win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour/Andes Central/Dakota Christian.

Mason Dennis paced Scotland by passing 18 times with 11 completions for 186 yards and three touchdowns. Bryan Vaughan rushed four times for 84 yards and one touchdown. The Highlander defense held the Nighthawks to 76 total yards.

Scotland had 37 rushes for 207 yards and 186 yards passing for 393 total yards. TDA/ACDC was led by Cade Gemar, who had 70 yards passing. Cliff Johnson led the Nighthawk defense with 13 tackles.

Scotland finishes the regular season at 4-4, TDA/ACDC ends at 1-7.  

Scoring summary

First quarter

S: Derek Pedersen 3 run (Mason Dennis run )

S: Braden Wolfe 11 run (run fail)

Second quarter

S: Dane James 2 run (pass fail)

S: Tanner Van Driel 21 pass from Dennis (conversion fail)

S: Wolfe 20 pass from from Dennis (Wolfe run)

Third quarter

S: Bryan Vaughan 60 run (pass fail)

TDA: Mason Koehn 45 pass from Cade Gemar (Ethan Black Cloud run)

Fourth quarter

S: Ty Mogck 33 pass from Dennis (Dennis run)

West Central 28, McCook Central/Montrose 21 HARTFORD - A late Devon Garry touchdown run for West Central was the game-winning score, as the host Trojans slipped past McCook Central/Montrose 28-21 Friday in 11-man football action.

Garry had 109 yards on 22 carries, plus a 59-yard catch, while Gabe Lorang had 108 yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns for West Central, which outgained MCM 317-262 in the contest.

MCM did most of its damage through the air, as Raygen Randall threw for 250 yards on 17-for-30 passing and two touchdowns, one each to Austin Thu and Bryce Smart. Smart finished with 116 yards receiving on eight grabs and a touchdown. Thu made 12 tackles, while Kyle Tuschen made 11 stops for MCM.

MCM ends the regular season at 5-3. West Central (2-6) concludes the regular season Thursday at Lennox.

Scoring summary

First quarter

WC: Michael Reynolds 1 run (Tyler Lundborg kick)

MCM: Austin Thu 2 run (Parker Scheier kick)

MCM: Bryce Smart 21 pass from Raygen Randall (Scheier kick)

Second quarter

WC: Gabe Lorang 1 run (Lundborg kick)

Third quarter

WC: Lorang 2 run (kick blocked)

MCM: Thu 16 pass from Randall (Scheier kick)

Fourth quarter

WC: Garry 5 run (Reynolds pass from Broc Haldeman)

Parkston 51, Lower Brule 0 PARKSTON - Parkston’s Dawson Semmler had 136 rushing yards and had a hand in five touchdowns Friday night, as Parkston routed Lower Brule 51-0 in prep football action.

Semmler ran for three touchdowns and threw two touchdowns to Brady Albrecht in the win for the Trojans, who had 462 total yards, including 331 on the ground. Brayden Leischner had 77 rushing yards and Tulsa Janish hit a 64-yard touchdown run to open the scoring. Semmler threw for 80 yards as well and had a team-best six tackles.

Parkston and Lower Brule both end the regular season at 4-4.

Scoring summary

First quarter

P: Tulsa Janish 64 run (Brady Albrecht pass from Dawson Semmler)

P: Albrecht 29 pass from Semmler (Janish run)

Second quarter

P: Semmler 7 run (Nathan Boetcher run)

P: Semmler 4 run (Semmler kick)

P: Albrecht 33 pass from Semmler (pass failed)

P: Semmler 59 run (kick blocked)

Fourth quarter

P: Rylan Leischner 4 pass from Landon Sudbeck (Clayton Collins run)

Parker 36, Hanson 30 (OT) PARKER -- Zam Centeno scored a three-yard touchdown run to propel Parker to a 36-30 overtime over Hanson Friday night in Parker.

Centeno rushed for 137 yards and four touchdowns in the win. Landon Sapp rushed for 217 yards and two touchdowns for Hanson. Sapp had touchdown runs of five and 91 yards for the Parker.

Hanson’s Donnie Weber passed for 69 yards and one touchdown. Hanson out-gained Parker 446-285, including a 377-234 advantage in rushing yards.

Hanson finishes its season 2-6. Parker finishes 3-5.

Scoring summary

Second quarter

H: Landon Sapp 5 run (pass failed)

P: Zam Centeno 4 run (pass failed)

H: Sapp 91 run (Brandon Mentele run)

Third quarter

P: Grant Plucker 13 run (Tanner Evan pass from Sam Gillespie)

P: Centeno 11 run (Centeno run)

Fourth quarter

H: Donnie Weber 15 run (Sapp run)

P: Centeno 12 run (Centeno run)

H: Reggie Slaba 16 pass from Weber (Weber run)

Overtime

P: Centeno 3 run

Chamberlain 41, Stanley County 6 CHAMBERLAIN -- Chamberlain stunned Stanley County by scoring the first 34 points Friday night and cruised to a 41-6 Class 11B win Friday.

Jazz Dominguez had 216 yards on 11-for-22 passing and four touchdowns, hitting Marc Schwenk four times for 123 yards and three touchdowns receiving. Jett Evans finished the game with 123 yards rushing on 19 carries and two touchdowns for the Cubs. Nash Hutmacher had 10 tackles in the win.

Chamberlain outgained Stanley County 439-89 in total yards.

Chamberlain (3-5) missed out on the postseason, despite the win. Stanley County advances to the playoffs at 5-3.

Scoring summary

First quarter

C: Marc Schwenk 39 pass from Jazz Dominguez (Max Donovan kick)

C: Jett Evans 5 run (Donovan kick)

Second quarter

C: Schwenk 55 pass from Dominguez (Donovan kick)

C: Jake Mutziger 3 pass from Dominguez (kick failed)

Third quarter

C: Schwenk 16 pass from Dominguez (Donovan kick)

SC: Riley Hannum 6 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

C: Evans 2 run (Donovan kick)

Canton 45, Wagner 0 WAGNER -- Canton scored 28 points in the first quarter and cruised to a 45-0 victory over Wagner in a high school football game on Friday in Wagner.

The C-Hawks outgained the Red Raiders 352-139, rushing for 255 yards in the win. Sam Hopper led Canton with six carries for 73 yards and two touchdowns, while Scott Peterson went 4-of-5 passing for 76 yards and two touchdowns.

For Wagner, Tony Bruguier had 19 carries for 49 yards, Jaden Peters went completed 5 of 13 passes for 46 yards. Jace Johnson went had seven carries for 33 yards.

Canton (4-4) looks to play a playoff game on Thursday. Wagner’s regular season ends at 1-7.

Scoring summary

First quarter

C: Sam Hopper run (Kayden Verley kick)

C: Verley interception return (Verley kick)

C: Christian Beachler 81 pass from Scott Peterson (Verley kick)

Second quarter

C: Kyle Laubach 32 run (Verley kick)

Third quarter

C: Hopper 7 run (Verley kick)

C: Verley 37 field goal

Garretson 48, Canistota/Freeman 8 CANISTOTA - Garretson ran wild for 306 yards Friday, stunning Canistota/Freeman 48-8 in nine-man football action.

Marc Rattenborg was one of five Blue Dragons to score a rushing touchdown, running for 110 yards on 18 carries. Dionate Lymon had 63 yards rushing on 10 carries and a score. Keisean Deehr had four catches for 60 yards.

For the Pride, Scott Jolley had 69 rushing yards on 14 carries and a receiving touchdown. Trey Ortman had 140 receiving yards on 12-for-18 passing and Braxton Schmidt had 56 yards receiving on four catches.

The Blue Dragons finish 6-2 on the year. The Pride will be in the playoffs at 5-3.

Scoring summary

Second quarter

G: Marc Rattenborg 1 run (Rave Uhlick kick)

C: Scott Jolley 38 pass from Trey Ortman (Jolley pass from Ortman)

CF: Hayden Pierret fumble return (Brennan Mudder run)

G: Keisean Deehr 26 run (Uhlick kick)

Third quarter

G: Dionate Lymon 41 run (Uhlick kick)

G: Mudder 1 run (kick failed)

CF: Jack Konechne interception return (Uhlick kick)

Fourth quarter

G: Isaiah Robinson 35 run (run failed)

Howard 66, Viborg-Hurley 20 VIBORG -- Michael Hofer rushed for 154 yards and four touchdowns in Howard’s 66-20 win over Viborg-Hurley on Friday.

Hofer also had two receiving touchdowns in the win.

Zach Pardy added 149 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Howard Mitch Kramer passed for 51 yards, threw two touchdowns and run for another score.

Gavin Ericksen-Reisdorfer and E.J. Leetch had five tackles for the Tigers.

Chase Mason had 157 passing yards for Viborg-Hurley, which finishes the season 1-7.

Howard (7-1) plays Chester Area on Thursday in the opening round of the Class 9A playoffs.

Burke/South Central 40, Alcester-Hudson 28 BURKE - Burke/South Central built a 24-0 halftime lead and held of Alcester-Hudson 40-28 in a prep football game Friday in Burke.

Finn Hanson had 175 yards on 20 carries and three touchdowns for the Cougars and Tyrone Mizner had 135 yards on 16 carries and one touchdown.

Ethan DeLong caught a 15-yard touchdown from Jaden Frank, who had a team-high 11 tackles.The Cougars outgained the Cubs 386-340.

Alcester-Hudson (4-4) and Burke/South Central (4-4) both await potential playoff games on Thursday.

Statewide scores Aberdeen Central 25, Watertown 7

Bison 63, Crazy Horse 0

Bon Homme 55, Platte-Geddes 6

Brandon Valley 31, Yankton 7

Britton-Hecla 55, Great Plains Lutheran 13

Burke/South Central 40, Alcester-Hudson 28

Canton 45, Wagner 0

Castlewood 49, Elkton-Lake Benton 6

Chamberlain 41, Stanley County 6

Chester 34, Menno/Marion 30

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 56, Crow Creek 12

Colman-Egan 52, Arlington/Lake Preston 6

Colome 26, Avon 20

Corsica/Stickney 50, Gayville-Volin 0

Dakota Valley 54, Lennox 21

Dell Rapids 54, Flandreau 15

Deubrook 55, Estelline 0

Deuel 18, Waverly-South Shore 0

Douglas 34, Hot Springs 14

Dupree 56, Newell 18

Elk Point-Jefferson 21, Vermillion 12

Florence/Henry 22, Tri-State 12

Garretson 48, Canistota 8

Gregory 44, Miller/Highmore-Harrold14

Groton Area 39, Redfield/Doland 6

Hamlin 22, Clark/Willow Lake 8

Harrisburg 7, Mitchell 3

Herreid/Selby Area 55, Lemmon/McIntosh 14

Howard 66, Viborg-Hurley 20

Huron 24, Spearfish 0

Irene-Wakonda 41, Baltic 21

Kadoka Area 52, Hill City 32

Kimball/White Lake 52, Lyman 0

Lead-Deadwood 38, Custer 14

Madison 32, Tri-Valley 13

Milbank Area 51, Sisseton 13

Mobridge-Pollock 50, McLaughlin 0

Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 36, Beresford 29

Northwestern 41, Iroquois 8

Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 33, Dell Rapids St. Mary 8

Parker 36, Hanson 30, OT

Parkston 50, Lower Brule 0

Philip 8, Timber Lake 6

Pine Ridge def. Sturgis Brown, forfeit

Potter County 36, Sunshine Bible Academy 6

Red Cloud 54, Little Wound 0

Scotland 48, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 8

Sioux Falls Christian 30, Tea Area 25

Sioux Falls Lincoln 34, Brookings 14

Sioux Falls O'Gorman 37, Rapid City Stevens 24

Sioux Falls Roosevelt 27, Pierre 21

Sioux Falls Washington 52, Rapid City Central 19

Sioux Valley 27, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 15

St. Thomas More 48, Belle Fourche 0

Sully Buttes 24, Faulkton 8

Tiospa Zina Tribal 32, Standing Rock, N.D. 14

Todd County 72, St. Francis Indian 0

Wall 50, Edgemont 0

Webster 49, Dakota Hills 12

West Central 28, McCook Central/Montrose 21

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 21, Winner 14

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