Area prep football roundup: KWL runs wild in win over P-G

KIMBALL -- Caden Lenz had 125 yards, Kory Peters had 100 yards and three touchdowns and Jackson Nockels add 95 yards to lead Kimball/White Lake past Platte-Geddes 58-14 Friday night in a high school football game.

Kimball/White Lake's Kory Peters (23) finds running room during the first half of a prep football game Friday against Platte-Geddes in Kimball. (Marcus Traxler / Republic)
Kimball/White Lake's Kory Peters (23) finds running room during the first half of a prep football game Friday against Platte-Geddes in Kimball. (Marcus Traxler / Republic)

KIMBALL - Caden Lenz had 125 yards, Kory Peters had 100 yards and three touchdowns and Jackson Nockels add 95 yards to lead Kimball/White Lake past Platte-Geddes 58-14 Friday night in a high school football game.

Kimball/White Lake picked up its third win of the year through its ground attack at 383 yards. Quarterback Dylan Mohnen was 7-of-17 passing for 53 yards and Peters had four catches for 31 yards.

Platte-Geddes was led by Kade Starr's 133 rushing yards and two touchdowns. P-G had 254 rushing yards.

KWL (3-4) plays at Lyman on Friday in Presho, while Platte-Geddes (1-6) plays Bon Homme on Friday in Platte.

Scoring summary


First quarter

KWL: Kory Peters 55 run (run failed)

KWL: Peters 28 run (Layne Heath run)

KWL: Peters 8 run (Chandler Fredericksen pass from Dylan Mohnen)

KWL: Peters 17 pass from Mohnen (Fredericksen run)

Second quarter

KWL: Javen Holan 16 run (Jamie Houser run)

KWL: Houser 1 run (Failed)


PG: Kade Starr 52 run (Xavier Marshall run)

Third quarter

KWL: Jackson Nockels 10 run (Javen Holan run)

Fourth quarter

PG: Starr 9 run (Failed)

KWL: Caden Lenz 43 run (Failed)

Scoring summary was incomplete

BEE 27, MCM 0


SALEM - Jamin Arend ran for 198 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 2 Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan past McCook Central/Montrose 27-0 on Friday.

Arend had 19 attempts and scored on TD runs of 81 and 13 yards. Dustin Weber added to the Seahawks' rushing attack with 16 carries for 150 yards. He scored one touchdown, a 35-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan opened the game with a 47-yard touchdown pass when Brady Hawkins found Mason Potter in the first quarter. Hawkins was 2-of-7 passing for 59 yards.

McCook Central/Montrose was outgained offensively 449 yards to 274. The Fighting Cougars were led by Austin Thu's 16 rushes for 147 yards. Bryce Smart had eight carries for 36 yards.

BEE (6-1) plays Sioux Valley on Friday in Bridgewater, while MCM (5-2) plays West Central on Friday in Hartford.

Scoring summary

First quarter

BEE: Mason Potter 47 pass from Brady Hawkins (Jamin Arend run)

BEE: Arend 81 run (Pass failed)

Second quarter

BEE: Arend 13 run (Hawkins kick failed)

Fourth quarter

BEE: Dustin Weber 35 run (Hawkins kick)

Winner 64, Wagner 16

WINNER - Winner stormed out to a 46-point halftime lead to beat Wagner 64-16 Friday night in a high school football game.

Riley Calhoon and Preston Norrid each had two touchdown runs for the Warriors, who picked up their sixth win of the season. Winner had 447 rushing yards, with 12 plays having at least one attempt. Calhoon had 94 yards, Joren Bruun had 64 yards and a touchdown and Norrid had 58 yards. Trevor Peters, Zach Lapsley and Ty Bolton each had one touchdown for Winner. Calhoon also caught a 44-yard touchdown pass from Carter Brickman.

Wagner's Tony Bruguier led the way with 12 rushes for 81 yards and a touchdown and Jace Johnson had a two-yard, third-quarter touchdown for the Red Raiders. Wagner quarterback Jaden Peters was 5-of-17 passing for 37 yards and an interception. Wagner had 137 yards of total offense to Winner's 510.

Winner (6-1) plays Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central on Friday in Wessington Springs. Wagner (1-6) plays Canton on Friday in Wagner.

Scoring summary

First quarter

WIN: Riley Calhoon 33 run (Matt Smither run)

WIN: Ty Bolton 16 run (Bolton run)

WIN: Calhoon 49 run (Carter Brickman run)

Second quarter

WIN: Calhoon 44 pass from Brickman (Bolton run)

WIN: Zach Lapsley 1 run (Run failed)

WIN: Trevor Peters 6 run (Joren Bruun run)

Third quarter

WAG: Jace Johnson 2 run (KJ St. Pierre pass from Jaden Peters)

Fourth quarter

WIN: Preston Norrid 5 run (Run failed)

WAG: Tony Bruguier 32 run (Jace Johnson run)

WIN: Joren Bruun 53 run (Run failed)

WIN: Norrid 29 run (Run failed)

Gregory 34, Wolsey-Wessington 6

GREGORY - Andy McCance had two touchdown runs to lead Gregory past Wolsey-Wessington 34-6 Friday night.

Gregory (7-0) had 39 attempts for 310 rushing yards. Caleb Stukel lead the Gorillas with nine carries for 87 yards. He had a fourth-quarter score. Jon Bakke had three carries for 73 yards and a TD, and McCance finished 7-of-10 passing for 73 yards.

Defensively for Gregory, Jeremiah Beck had 14 tackles and Tyler Murray had 10.

Wolsey-Wessington had 136 yards of total offense, 122 of which came from the ground.

Gregory plays Miller/Highmore-Harrold on Friday in Gregory. Wolsey-Wessington ends the regular season at 4-4.

Scoring summary

First quarter

G: Andy McCance 10 run (conversion failed)

Second quarter

G: Tyler Murray 21 run (conversion failed)

Third quarter

G: McCance 3 run (conversion failed)

G: Jon Bakke 48 run (Blake Boes from McCance pass)

Fourth quarter

G: Caleb Stukel 66 run (Stukel run)

WW: Skyler Zomer 1 run (conversion failed)

Canistota/Freeman 30, Hanson 16

ALEXANDRIA - Scott Jolley scored two first-half touchdowns to lead Canistota/Freeman past Hanson 30-16 Friday night.

Jolley had 21 rushes for 108 yards. He had TD runs of 12 and 3 yards and added 13 tackles.

Canistota/Freeman, which had 303 yards offensively, also saw Trae Ortman throw for 108 yards and one touchdown. He was 9-of-15 passing and he added a rushing score as well. Bailey Sage had one catch for a touchdown and had 22 tackles defensively. Braxton Schmidt had six catches for 58 yards.

Hanson's Brandon Mentele had 14 rushes for 78 yards and one touchdown. Mentele had 11 tackles. Matt Kayser had 19 rushes for 80 yards and one touchdown.

The Beavers had 50 rushes in the game for 175 yards and totaled 232 yards of offense.

Canistota/Freeman (5-2) plays Garretson on Friday in Canistota, while Hanson (2-5) plays at Parker on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

C: Scott Jolley 12 run (Trey Ortman run)

H: Matt Kayser 11 run (Kayser run)

Second quarter

C: Jolley 3 run (Pass failed)

C: Bailey Sage 15 pass from Ortman (Jolley run)

Third quarter

C: Ortman 34 run (Sage run)

Fourth quarter

H: Brandon Mentele 12 run (Landon Sapp run)

Lyman 16, Rapid City Christian 12

PRESHO - Tate Wagner threw for one score and ran for another to help Lyman squeak past Rapid City Christian 16-12 Friday.

Wagner tossed a 13-yard touchdown to Ty Schindler to open the game's scoring. He also had a one-yard, fourth-quarter TD run. Wagner completed eight of 14 passes for 140 yards. Schindler caught five passes for 110 yards, while Corwin Mohr Eymer had four catches for 66 yards.

Carter Collins had 16 rushes for 43 yards and Mohr Eymer had 14 attempts for 33 yards.

Rapid City Christian's Zane Schlabach was 7-of-21 passing for 110 yards, two TDs and an interception. He was also the team's leading rusher with 12 attempts for 45 yards.

Lyman (5-2) plays Kimball/White Lake on Friday in Presho. RCC ends the regular season at 4-4.

Scoring summary

Second quarter

L: Ty Schindler 13 pass from Tate Wagner (Schindler pass from Wagner)

Third quarter

RCC: Carson Udager 22 pass from Zane Schlabach (Run failed)

L: Safety

Fourth quarter

L: Wagner 1 run (Pass failed)

RCC: Udager 44 pass from Schlabach (Run failed)

Gayville-Volin 56, TDA/ACDC 6

ARMOUR - Gayville-Volin had 218 yards rushing and had three scores through the air in a 56-6 win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour/Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Friday night.

Taven McKee had 16 carries for 198 yards and three touchdowns. The game ended early due to the mercy rule.

Tristan Gustad had three touchdown passes for Gayville-Volin, which picked up its second win of the season. Gustad found Colbey Rickford for two touchdown passes and hit Chase Huether once. Rickford also had a touchdown run.

TDA/ACDC's Hunter Stoltenburg had six carries for 63 yards and quarterback Cade Gemar was 2-of-5 passing for 38 yards.

Gayville-Volin (2-5) plays Corsica-Stickney on Friday in Gayville, while TDA/ACDC (1-6) plays Scotland on Friday in Lake Andes.

Scoring summary

First quarter

GV: Colbey Rickford 5 run (Taven McKee run)

GV: McKee 17 run (McKee kick)

TDA/ACDC: Hunter Stoltenburg 43 run (Run failed)

Second quarter

GV: McKee 67 run (Pass failed)

GV: Rickford 33 pass from Tristan Gustad (McKee run)

GV: Rickford 21 pass from Gustad (Pass failed)

Third quarter

GV: Huether 11 pass from Gustad (Gustad run)

GV: McKee 34 run (Pass failed)

GV: McKee interception return for TD (Kick failed)

Miller/Highmore-Harrold 12, Parkston 0

PARKSTON - Class 9AA No. 3-ranked Miller/Highmore-Harrold edged Parkston 12-0 in a prep football game on Friday in Parkston.

Karst Hunter scored the game's only two touchdowns to propel his team to victory. Hunter finished with 63 rushing yards and 25 passing yards. Miller/Highmore-Harrold outgained Parkston 250-71, including a 225-37 advantage in rushing yards.

Dawson Semmler had 26 rushing yards for Parkston. Brayden Leischner had 24 yards rushing for Parkston.

Parkston (3-4) plays Lower Brule on Friday in Parkston. M/H-H (6-1) plays at Gregory on Friday.

Scoring summary

First quarter

MHH: Karst Hunter 1 run (kick failed)

Third quarter

MHH: Hunter 48 run (kick failed)

Howard 49, Chester Area 28

HOWARD - No. 3 Howard ran past Chester Area 49-28 in a high school football game on Friday in Howard.

Zach Pardy had 27 carries for 250 yards and one touchdown, while adding 15 tackles. Michael

Hofer finished with 12 carries for 31 yards and three touchdowns and Gavin Reisdorfer added 10 carries for 70 yards. E.J. Leetch had 12 tackles for the Tiger defense.

For Chester Area, Devin Eppard recorded 140 passing and 21 rushes for 148 yards.

Howard (6-1) plays Viborg-Hurley on Friday in Viborg. Chester Area (2-5) plays Menno/Marion on Friday in Chester.

Scoring summary

First quarter

H: Tate Schwader 14 pass from Mitch Kramer (Kramer run)

C: Devin Eppard 50 yard (Enzo Hellmeister kick)

Second quarter

C: Devin Lohr 6 run (Hellmeiser kick)

H: Michael Hofer 6 run (run failed)

H: Hofer 5 run (Hofer pass from Kramer)

H: Hofer 12 run (pass failed)

Third quarter

H: Gavin Reisdorfer 5 run (pass failed)

C: Lohr 62 run (Alex Tammen pass from Eppard)

Fourth quarter

C: Eppard 5 run (run failed)

H: Zach Pardy 21 run (Reisdorfer pass from Kramer)

H: Reisdorfer 50 run (Isaac Feldhaus kick)

W/WS/SC 35, Aberdeen Roncalli 7

ABERDEEN - John Witte had four touchdowns to lead Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central past Aberdeen Central 35-7 Friday night.

Witte had touchdown runs of 8, 3, 2 and 53 yards to help the Blackhawks to their sixth victory of the year. Trent Kingsbury had the Blackhawks' other TD score, a 3-yard run in the second quarter.

The Blackhawks finished with 316 yards on the ground, 259 from Witte on 24 carries. Kingsbury led the air attack by completing four of eight passes for 48 yards.

Aberdeen Roncalli had 85 rushing yards and 168 passing yards.

WWSSC (6-1) hosts Winner on Friday in Wessington Springs, abd Aberdeen Roncalli (4-4) prepares for a playoff game Oct. 19.

Scoring summary

Second quarter

WWSSC: John Witte 8 yard run (Witte kick good).

WWSSC: Trent Kingsbury 3 yard run (Witte kick good).

Third quarter

WWSSC: Witte 3 yard run (kick no good).

WWSSC: Witte 2 yard run (2 pt. conversion good).

Fourth quarter

WWSSC: Witte 53 yard run (Witte kick good).

AR: Spencer Titus 18 yard pass from Brady Morgan (Gavin Heier kick good).

Other area games

Irene-Wakonda 61, Menno/Marion 0 in Marion: The Eagles improved to 6-1 with the shutout win, which was delayed by weather with I-W already up 21-0. No stats were reported. Irene-Wakonda next plays plays Baltic on Friday in Irene. Menno/Marion (0-7) plays Chester Area on Friday in Chester.

Avon at Scotland, postponed: The Avon-Scotland nine-man football battle was postponed Friday night due to severe storms in the region. The game will be played at 5 p.m. today in Scotland. Additionally, the Scotland middle school football jamboree scheduled for today has been canceled.


Alcester-Hudson 52, Centerville 12

Arlington/Lake Preston 44, Estelline 0

Baltic 35, Parker 0

Belle Fourche 59, Pine Ridge 6

Bennett County 50, St. Francis Indian 0

Beresford 39, Flandreau 0

Brandon Valley 34, Watertown 0

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 27, McCook Central/Montrose 0

Britton-Hecla 55, Waverly-South Shore 8

Colman-Egan 38, Castlewood 5

Corsica/Stickney 22, Colome 6

Dakota Valley 35, West Central 2

DeSmet 30, Deubrook 7

Dell Rapids 42, Milbank Area 21

Douglas 20, Spearfish 6

Faith 72, Dupree 20

Garretson 77, Viborg-Hurley 26

Gayville-Volin 56, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 6

Great Plains Lutheran 43, Tri-State 26

Gregory 34, Wolsey-Wessington 6

Harding County 58, Newell 6

Harrisburg 41, Brookings 0

Herreid/Selby Area 28, Potter County 22

Hitchcock-Tulare 8, Northwestern 7

Howard 49, Chester 28

Irene-Wakonda 61, Menno/Marion 0

Kimball/White Lake 58, Platte-Geddes 14

Lemmon/McIntosh 40, Bison 20

Lennox 28, Canton 20

Little Wound 63, Crow Creek 15

Lyman 16, Rapid City Christian 12

Madison 42, Tea Area 0

Mobridge-Pollock 28, Sisseton 12

Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 52, Chamberlain 0

North Border 62, Ipswich/Edmunds Central 26

Pierre 14, Mitchell 7

Miller-Highmore/Harrold 12, Parkston 0

Rapid City Stevens 23, Sioux Falls Lincoln 19

Red Cloud 34, Custer 19

Sioux Falls O'Gorman 55, Huron 13

Sioux Falls Roosevelt 41, Rapid City Central 12

Sioux Falls Washington 42, Aberdeen Central 13

Sioux Valley 48, Elk Point-Jefferson 19

St. Thomas More 37, Hot Springs 7

Sully Buttes 66, Langford 28

Sunshine Bible Academy 55, Crazy Horse 8

Todd County 56, McLaughlin 6

Vermillion 54, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 0

Wall 33, Philip 6

Webster 59, Florence/Henry 20

Winner 64, Wagner 16

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 35, Aberdeen Roncalli 7


Scotland vs. Avon, ppd. to Oct 7th.

Sioux Falls Christian vs. Tri-Valley, ppd. to Oct 7th.

Yankton vs. Sturgis, ppd. to Oct 7th.

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