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Aberdeen Central 15, Sioux Falls Lincoln 6 — Stats not provided.
Alcester-Hudson 36, Irene-Wakonda 22 — Alcester-Hudson racked up 398 yards of total offense, 316 of which came on the ground. Samuel Jensen had 28 carries for 188 yards, while Logan McConnell had 16 for 111. Irene-Wakonda racked up most of its 232 yards through the air, with QB Tate Gale completing 15 of 31 passes for 198 yards and a touchdown. Brendan Sokolowski had eight catches for 107 yards.
Arlington/Lake Preston 68, Dell Rapids St. Mary 30 — For Arlington/Lake Preston, Hayden Gilbertson had eight carries for 105 yards and three touchdowns. Devin Heuer had 14 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns. For Dell Rapids St. Mary, Sam Schwebach ran in a touchdown and caught another on the pass from Garrett Frost.
Baltic 38, Garretson 26 — Baltic cruised to a comfortable 12 point win over Garretson Friday night. The Bulldogs were led by Kadin Wiff who had 184 rushing yards on 27 carries with a touchdown. Reese Warne chipped in with 103 yards on 19 carries and two touchdowns. Shay Gibson paced Garretson going 11-of-16 for 198 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Bennett County 34, Little Wound 8 — Stats not provided.
Bison 52, McLaughlin 0 — Stats not provided.
Bon Homme 50, Menno/Marion 8 — Bryce Scieszinski had five carries for 70 yards for Bon Homme. He also completed 10 of 13 passes for 151 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively for Bon Homme, Mace Merkwan returned an interception 85 yards for a score, Kaleb Crownover had seven tackles and a fumble recovery and Kade Hellmann had two sacks. For Menno, Trey Bohlmann had 16 carries for 34 yards and a touchdown, while Gavin Pankratz completed 4 of 13 passes for 43 yards.
Brandon Valley 35, Harrisburg 14 — From Ian Frazer: Brandon Valley breaks pattern with win over Harrisburg
Britton-Hecla 54, Great Plains Lutheran 6 — Britton-Hecla racked up 595 yards on 41 plays en route to a 54-6 drubbing of GPL. Through the air, Parker Marlow completed five of six passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns. Two of his wideouts went over 90 yards receiving, with Preston Jones hitting the century mark on three catches and Tayon Hawkins racking up 92 on his lone catch of the night. On the ground, Stanley Haskins ran the ball seven times for 178 yards, Tayon Hawkins (78) and Ben Boyko (74) both broke the 70-yard mark. Preston Jones had 50 yards on five carries. Great Plains Lutheran had some success offensively, racking up 133 total yards, but its offense was much less efficient, needing 57 plays to reach that mark. Dylan Duvall and Aiden Hollein led the team offensively, rushing for 42 and 39 yards, respectively. GPL’s lone touchdown — which came with 3:08 left in the first — cut the score to 20-6 Britton-Hecla.
Canistota 42, Hanson 0 — Canistota exploded for 20 points in the second quarter in a 42-0 thumping of Hanson. Jacob White Lance scored from four yards out and a two-point conversion by Austin Thu gave the Hawks and 8-0 lead in the first quarter. Thu busted an 82-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and another two-point play made it 16-0. White Lance scored two more touchdowns in the game to buoy the Hawks, and Jett Dubs finished it with a 63-yard trot to paydirt in the fourth to make it 42-0 with the two-point conversion. Canistota outgained Hanson 377-165, with 306 of those yards coming on the ground. Thu led the team with 111 yards on just five attempts. White Lance had 64 yards and his three scores on 14 attempts.
Castlewood/Estelline 35, Deubrook Area 0 — Stats not provided.
Chester 50, Scotland 18 — Stats not provided.
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 34, Todd County 14 — Stats not provided.
Colman-Egan 44, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 0 — Stats not provided.
Colome 52, Avon 0 — The No. 5 Colome Cowboys racked up 374 yards of total offense in a 52-0 win over the Avon Pirates in prep football action on Friday in Colome. Kelly O’Bryan scored three touchdowns and finished the game with nine carries for 148 yards and hauled in two catches for 42 yards in the win. Layton Thieman completed 4 of 5 passes for 100 yards, while Jackson Kinzer added 36 yards rushing in the win. Nate Krumpus had one catch for 34 yards as Colome recorded 274 rushing yards and 100 passing yards. Defensively, Colome’s Wiley Heath led with seven tackles and Will Cahoy added five tackles.
Corsica-Stickney 57, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 6 — Corsica-Stickney got off to a good start thanks to Clayton Menning’s four touchdowns as they sailed to a 57-6 victory over Andes Central/Dakota Christian. The game was called at halftime due to the 50-point mercy rule. Menning scored a rushing touchdown, caught a touchdown pass, and intercepted two passes and returned both for touchdowns — all in the first six minutes of the game. Jaden Barse gained 52 yards on 10 carries and Landon Bruinsma was 2-for-2 passing for 30 yards and a touchdown. Ethan Black Cloud rushed for 19 yards on five carries in the loss for ACDC.
Dakota Valley 40, Canton 8 — It was a tough night offensively for Canton, which trailed by 40 by the time it scored its first points, and those points came on a safety, no less. Luke Schmitt had a crazy efficient night under center for Dakota Valley, completing 12-of-14 passes for 249 yards and four touchdowns. His favorite targets were Luke Johnson (five catches, 110 yards and two scores) and Cameron Fisher (five catches, 108 yards and one touchdown). Bryce Schroeder also caught a 28-yard TD. Sam Chesterman gained 103 yards on the ground on 12 attempts.
Dell Rapids 21, West Central 7 — It was a close game statistically, but a two touchdown advantage led the Quarriers to a 21-7 win over West Central. Anthony Miller led the way for Dell Rapids with 55 yards rushing and a touchdown. Devin Garry led the Trojans with 61 yards on the ground and a touchdown.
Douglas vs. Sturgis Brown — Postponed until 2 p.m. Saturday
Faith 32, Timber Lake 12 — Stats not provided.
Faulkton 48, Northwestern 6 — Stats not provided.
Florence/Henry 50, Dakota Hills 8 — This game was tight through the first quarter as Florence/Henry led 12-8, but it busted the game wide open with 20 points in the second quarter, then put it away with another 22 in the third quarter. Evan Thorson and Evan Hagen had three touchdowns each — Hagen’s all coming on the ground and Thorson throwing a pair — to lead the Florence/Henry offense. Hagen ran for 110 yards while Thorson ran for 95 yards.
Gregory 40, Wolsey-Wessington 36 — Stats not provided.
Groton Area 18, Aberdeen Roncalli 14 — Stats not provided.
Hamlin 18, Clark/Willow Lake 0 — Stats not provided.
Harding County 64, Hill City 14 — Jarett Jenson kicked off this game’s scoring on the defensive side of the ball with a pick-six. The game got out of reach quickly for Hill City, which trailed 24-6 after the first quarter. Sam Podzimek completed six-of-11 passes for 137 yards and three scores for Harding County. He also picked up 73 yards with his legs. Jae Stenerson led Harding County in rushing with 74 yards and a touchdown on eight attempts. Jake George picked up 48 yards on three attempts, two of which went for scores. Trig Olson had 89 yards receiving and two touchdowns.
Herreid/Selby Area 26, Miller 21 — Stats not provided.
Hot Springs 48, Belle Fourche 13 — Stats not provided.
Howard 54, Burke/South Central 12 — Michael Hofer had 25 carries for 185 yards and two touchdowns, while Gavin Reisdorfer carried the rock 13 times for 145 yards and four scores. Aidyn Feldhaus led the team with 14 tackles. Brock Karbo led the way for BSC, completing 6 of 15 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown.
Huron 29, Brookings 7 — In a game in which offense was plentiful for Huron, touchdowns weren’t the story here. Huron kicker Tyler Kleinsasser hit three field goals, including kicks from 37 and 44 yards, to push the Tigers past the Bobcats. Tye Evers caught five balls for Huron for 93 yards and two touchdowns. Hyland Heinz threw two touchdowns and ran for another.
Ipswich/Edmunds Central 45, Tiospa Zina 0 — Stats not provided.
Kadoka Area 52, Edgemont 2 — Stats not provided.
Lemmon/McIntosh 53, Newell 7 — Stats not provided.
Leola/Frederick 50, Eureka/Bowdle 6 — Zach Sumption found the end zone three times and Jordan Haas had three more scores for Leola/Frederick. Haas finished with 16 carries for 180 yards and Sumption had 12 carries for 123 yards. For Eureka/Bowdle, Five of six players finished with negative rushing yards. Kolar was the lone player on the plus-side, carrying the ball five times for 10 yards.
Lyman 52, Crazy Horse 12 — Lyman racked up 489 total yards offense on the night en route to a comfortable 52-12 victory over Crazy Horse on Friday night. Carter Collins spearheaded the rushing attack for Lyman as he accumulated 243 yards on 19 carries, while Jesse Schindler added 100 yards on nine carries. Schindler also added 24 yards through the air on 3-of-8 attempts for one touchdown. For Crazy Horse, Ben Chipps rushed for 100 yards on 21 attempts and also returned a kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown.
Madison 42, Vermillion 6 — Madison did all of its scoring in the first half, taking a 42-0 lead after two quarters en route to a lopsided win over Vermillion. Josh Giles accounted for four touchdowns with his arm, and a fifth with his legs, while Jadon Janke accounted for the team’s sixth score with a two-yard run. Giles completed seven of eight passes for 132 yards on the night. Jaxon Janke was on the receiving end of two of those touchdown passes, ending the night with two receptions for 68 yards. Marcus VandenBosch had two sacks for Madison. Vermillion, which found the end zone with 11:15 left in the fourth, managed just 44 yards of total offense — 22 on the ground and 22 through the air.
McCook Central/Montrose 17, Beresford 7 — Beresford remained within a score of MCM until the fourth quarter when a field goal by Josh Hanson essentially sealed the win for the home team. Despite allowing 300 yards of total offense, Beresford held its own, allowing just 4.8 yards per play. Offensively, the Bulldogs had 156 yards on 38 plays. All of MCM’s yards came on the ground where Collin Cleveland led the way with 162 yards on 25 carries and Trevor Wilkinson added 135 on 30 carries. Beresford picked up some yards through the air, with No. 4 completing 3 of 9 passes for 71 yards. No. 25 had nine carries for 55 yards.
Milbank Area 14, Sioux Valley 7 — In one of the evening’s few close games, Milbank Area held off Sioux Valley in a defensive struggle. Milbank opened the scoring with a Cole Dockter 62-yard run. Daymein Lucas tied it for Sioux Valley with a three-yard score. Neither side got much going on offense for much of the third quarter until Dockter punched it in from three yards out with 12 seconds left in the third to cap the game’s scoring. Dockter had 76 yards rushing on six attempts, including his two scores. Lucas ran for 127 yards on 24 attempts. Jake Anderson racked up 17 tackles for Milbank Area.
Mitchell 55, Spearfish 20 — Mitchell racked up 333 yards on 47 carries in a blow out of Spearfish at home. Spencer Neugebauer led the team with 10 carries for 158 yards and four touchdowns, while Drew Kitchens tacked on 11 for 57 and two touchdowns. Jaxon Vogue led Spearfish on the ground with 10 carries for 52 yards. Cory Hoffman completed 9 of 27 passes for 127 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. Jaxon Rosencranz caught four passes for 66 yards and a touchdown, while Devin Fox caught four for 54 yards and two touchdowns.
Mobridge-Pollock 47, Jones County/White River 0 — Nathan Bauer’s first-quarter 6-yard TD run and thrid-quarter 21-yard TD run served as bookends for four straight touchdowns for Dylan Cerney, who scored on a 14-yard pass from Caden Halsey, then ran in scores of 9-, 27- and 11 yards. Michael Davis capped off the scoring on an 1-yard pass from Halsey. Mobridge-Pollock accumulated 257 rush yards with Cerney accounting for 119, and threw for 108 yards (all Halsey). Jones County/White River had just five rush yards, but did throw for 101 yards. Austin Olson had 101 yards passing.
Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 68, Woonsocket/Wess. Springs/Sanborn Central 40 — Both teams exploded for 54 points in the second quarter, Mount Vernon-Plankinton won this shootout with a 20-point fourth quarter. The game featured 901 yards of total offense, with most of the damage coming on the ground. Hayden Schmidt rushed for 144 yards and scored five total touchdowns (four rushing, one passing) for MVP while teammate Devin Rihanek racked up 112 yards on eight attempts, two of which went for touchdowns. John Witte ran for 146 yards on 19 attempts for the Blackhawks, scoring three touchdowns. The Blackhawks’ Logun Feistner was the game’s leading receiver with 89 yards on six catches and a touchdown.
tats not provided.Parker 26, Viborg-Hurley 16 — The two teams combined for 609 yards of total offense, with Hurley accounting for 313 and Parker accounting for the remaining 296. For Parker, Landon Leberman completed 8 of 19 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns, and also ran the ball 17 times for 66 yards. Zam Centeno carried the ball 10 times for 49 yards, and caught a pair of passes for 61 yards. Hurley QB Trace Sikkink completed 10 of 20 passes for 150 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT. He also carried the ball 14 times for 105 yards and a touchdown. Walker Kropuenske had four receptions for 97 yards and a TD.
Parkston 54, Wagner 0 (3Q) — Quarterback Kellan Culbert and receiver Brayden Leischner connected four times for touchdown passes and helped Parkston to a 54-0 homecoming win over Wagner Friday in prep football play. The game was called in the third quarter due to the 50-point mercy rule. Parkston led 42-0 at halftime. Culbert finished the game with five touchdowns, including a 13-yard touchdown toss to Kyler Holzbauer. Culbert was 8-of-9 passing with 128 yards through the air. Leischner caught touchdown passes of 16, 5, 20 and 26 yards to help the Trojans to the convincing win. He finished the game with 97 yards on five catches. Despite the passing prowess, the Trojans gained 271 yards on the ground on 33 carries and finished the game with 399 total yards. Holzbauer had 95 yards on four carries and Blake Bietz had 70 yards rushing on 11 carries. The Red Raiders were held to 32 yards on 27 plays. Colton Frei had 17 yards rushing to lead Wagner. Brycen Zephier had 22 yards receiving in the loss.
Platte-Geddes 44, Sunshine Bible Academy 0 — Platte-Geddes limited Sunshine Bible Academy to just 97 yards of total offense, but didn’t start to pull away until the second half in a 44-0 romp. Ahead by just 22 at halftime, Platte-Geddes tacked on 14 more points in the third quarter, then another eight in the fourth to win. As a team, it racked up 435 yards of total offense, including 343 on the ground. Peyton Nelson and Xavier Marshall both racked up over 100 yards on the ground with a pair of touchdowns. Nelson had 146 on 10 carries (and scored a third touchdown on a 64-yard reception), while Marshall had 121 on 22 carries. Riley Hoffman scored the team’s sixth touchdown. Both teams had a fumble recovery, with Teigan Clark getting the recovery for SBA. Evan Lopez ran 16 times for 69 yards for Sunshine Bible.
Redfield/Doland 22, Sisseton 14 — Sisseston hung around all night but never could surpass Redfield/Doland. Sisseton fell behind late in the first when Alan Masat found the endzone from two yards out before converting the two-point try to give Redfield/Doland an 8-0 lead. In the second quarter, Hunter Medenwald hit Colbey Lehrke for a seven-yard touchdown to pull Sissteon within two. Just before the half Masat hit Cooper Baloun for a 54-yard score to put Redfield/Doland up 15-6 at the half. Medenwald kept it himself for a one-yard score late in the third to make it 15-14, but Baloun scored another long TD — this time a 33-yard run — to make it 22-14. Sisseton wouldn’t score again. Balound racked up 161 all-purpose yards to go with two touchdowns. Masat threw for 94 yards and a score while rushing for 29 yards and another TD.
Sioux Falls Christian 45, Flandreau 0 — From Matt Zimmer: Prins passes Sioux Falls Christian to rout of Flandreau
Rapid City Stevens vs. Sioux Falls Roosevelt — Postponed until 11 a.m. Saturday.
Red Cloud 28, Pine Ridge 6 — Stats not provided.
Sioux Falls O’Gorman 31, Watertown 13 — Stats not provided.
Sioux Falls Washington 42, Rapid City Central 14 — From Ryan Heuer: Washington fires on all cylinders in blowout of Central
St. Thomas More 55, Custer 0 — Stats not provided.
Stanley County 61, Rapid City Christian 6 — Stats not provided.
Sully Buttes 20, Kimball/White Lake 18 — Stats not provided.
Tea Area 20, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 14 — With 1:01 left in the fourth, Tea quarterback Payton Conrad broke free for an 8-yard touchdown run that put Tea ahead. Conrad, who also had a 50-yard touchdown run earlier in the game, finished with 19 carries for 147 yards and completed 8 of 18 passes for 107 yards. Jeremiah Maka made 16 tackles. For BEE, Sam Errand had 20 carries for 81 yards, Jesse Grosdidier completed 9 of 18 passes for 97 yards and Colton Plagmann had 12 tackles.
Tri-State 20, Waverly-South Shore 8 — Mason Busby plays defense and special teams, but he found a way to have a noticeable impact in against Waverly-South Shore. Busby blocked a punt and returned it 13 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter, then later sealed the game by recovering a fumble in the end zone in the fourth quarter.The game was a tight one for most of the night. Tri-State led 12-8 at half, and all 20 of those points came in the second quarter. The score remained there until Busby’s fourth quarter fumble recovery sealed it.
Tri-Valley 38, Lennox 0 — Led by a balanced rushing attack and staunch defensive effort, Tri-Valley shutout Lennox. Tri-Valley rushed for 169 yards on 27 carries, with Lane Hillman (45 yards), Logan Mathieu (41 yards) and Landon Freeman (23 yards) all contributing. Hillman and Freeman both found the end zone. Defensively, the Mustangs’ Jacob Kasowski had six tackles and Max Breitkreutz had five tackles and an INT. Freeman had a hat trick with touchdowns on offense (8-yard run), defense (100-yard INT return) and special teams (88-yard kickoff return). Lennox picked up most of its yards through the air, with Zach Leisinger completing 11 of 27 passes for 94 yards. Holdyn Brech caught three passes for 55 yards.
Warner 44, Langford Area 6 — Stats not provided.
Webster Area 31, Deuel 6 — In the battle of the unbeatens, Webster led 23-0 after three quarters, and coasted to a win over Deuel. For Webster, Riley Reetz carried the ball 23 times for 120 yards. Mason Roerig had 11 carries for 68 and Kelby Hawkins had 10 for 62, giving the team 54 total carries for 318 yards. Hawkins also completed 2 of 8 passes for 70 yards (both were to Marcus Block). Roerig had 10 tackles, Hawkins had 2 sacks and Block and Reetz both had interceptions. For Deuel, Brandon Longstreet completed 6 of 22 for 99 yards, but did have three interceptions. Longstreet also had 11 carries for 90 yards and Nick Kasten had five for 66. Zach Stoltenberg had 11 tackles. He also caught four passes for 79 yards.
Winner 60, Chamberlain 6 — Drew DeMers, Cameron Kuil and Isaac Naasz all scored a pair of touchdowns for Winner, which encountered little resistance in its takedown of Chamberlain. DeMers took to the air for his two touchdowns, connecting with Naasz on TD passes of 41- and five yards. Kuil racked up 111 yards on just seven carries, with his two touchdowns both coming from at least 20 yards out. Jayden Schroeder and Ty Bolton also scored rushing touchdowns for Winner. Defensively, Winner intercepted three passes, one of which was intercepted by Kuil and returned for a score. Carson Powers and Kuil both returned kickoffs for touchdowns. There wasn’t much doing for Chamberlain, which accumulated 37 yards on 31 plays. Jazz Dominguez completed four of 17 passes for 42 yards.
Yankton 22, Pierre T.F. Riggs 21 — Stats not provided.