#ArgusPreps Football Roundup: Week 8


Aberdeen Roncalli 57, Chamberlain 14 — Stats not provided.

Arlington/Lake Preston 16, DeSmet 8 — Devon Heuer threw a pair of picks, but he made up for it with a pair of touchdowns (1 passing, 1 rushing) and 128 rushing yards. Brock Bumann was on the receiving end of Heuer’s touchdown pass, taking it in from 12 yards out. For Arlington/Lake Preston, Cade Birkel completed 3 of 5 passes for 42 yards and ran for a touchdown from one yard out. Zach Wolkow had 22 carries for 70 yards, while teammate Jon Todd had 16 for 60 yards. Gage Grenhagan had 10.5 tackles.

Avon 38, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 14 — Stats not provided.

Baltic 44, Parker 6 — After a scoreless first quarter, Baltic erupted for 30 points in the second stanza, en route to a 44-6 rout of Parker. Kadin Wolff carried the ball 20 times for 224 yards and three touchdowns, while teammate Reese Warne had six carries for 102 yards and two touchdowns. Bo teveldal also found the end zone for Baltic. Chaden Roggow had 12 tackles, nine of which were assisted efforts. He also had 2.0 sacks.

Bison 24, Lemmon/McIntosh 20 — Stats not provided.

Bon Homme 42, Platte-Geddes 14 — Stats not provided.

Brandon Valley 35, Sioux Falls Lincoln 0 — Brandon Valley’s Braiden Petersen racked up 102 rushing yards and two touchdowns on just eight carries and the Lynx rolled Lincoln 35-0. Teammate Cade Terveer picked up 82 yards on seven carries, while Alex Waltner completed 8 of 11 passes for 66 yards and a touchdown. Lincoln picked up 139 of its 159 yards through the air.

Britton-Hecla 20, Hamlin 14 — Britton-Hecla had a 20-7 lead for most of the second half, until Hamlin scored early in the fourth and made the game tight. Britton-Hecla’s defense stood strong, though. Ben Byoko, Stanley Haskins and Tayon Hawkins rushed for one touchdown each for B-H. Danny Strand threw a touchdown to Bryce Williams and rushed for another for Hamlin.

Canistota 48, Menno-Marion 0 — Scott Jolley again led the way in a Canistota win, which has become a common theme this season. Jolley completed 13-of-18 passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns while rushing 11 times for 89 yards and another two scores.

Canton 46, Wagner 0 — Canton dominated on the ground with each of its six touchdowns coming on rushes. Jesse Lohan led the way with 70 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Jon Iverson, Cody Vacek, Alex Dejong and Kyle Seibel all had one touchdown each. Cayden Berley added a 30-yard field goal for Canton.

Castlewood/Estelline 51, Elkton-Lake Benton 6 — Stats not provided.

Chester Area 50, Irene-Wakonda 26 — Devin Eppard and Haden Ewoldt combined for nearly 400 yards rushing and five touchdowns to propel Chester past Irene-Wakonda. Only one of those touchdowns was shorter than 38 yards. Eppard ran 23 times for 262 yards and three scores (63 yards, 76, nine). Ewoldt picked up 131 yards on 17 carries to go with touchdowns of 53 and 38 yards. Brent Anderson and Cole Anderson scored one touchdown each. For Irene-Wakonda, Trey King threw for 129 yards and two touchdowns, while rushing for another two scores on 144 yards. Chandler Lee caught a 64-yard touchdown and Brenden Sokolowski caught a 34-yard score.

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 44, St. Francis Indian 28 — Stats not provided.

Clark/Willow Lake 50, Dakota Hills 0 — Stats not provided.

Colman-Egan 46, Dell Rapids St. Mary 6 —Trey McKnight scored two touchdowns on 90 rushing yards for Colman-Egan. Bodee Groos threw for 76 yards and a touchdown while picking up a score on the ground.

Colome 52, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 0 — Stats not provided.

Corsica-Stickney 41, Scotland 0 — Stats not provided.

Dell Rapids 21, Dakota Valley 3 — Hunter Hansen gave Dell Rapids some breathing room with a 1-yard run with nine seconds left in the first half to make it 14-3, then Anthony Miller iced it with a 1-yard carry to cap a 14-play, 53-yard drive late in the fourth quarter. Carson Rentz connected with Hansen for a 23-yard score in the first quarter, but Connor Roper answered for Dakota Valley with a 23-yard field goal. Dell Rapids was led on the ground by Anthony Miller, who had 10 carries for 59 yards. Dakota Valley’s Robert Rosenquist had 16 carries for 89 yards.

Deuel 48, Waverly-South Shore 16 — Deuel improved to 5-2 with a lopsided win over Waverly-South Shore. Deuel opened up a 16-0 lead after the first quarter, but while WSS scored eight in the second, Deuel put up another 14 to take a commanding lead it wouldn’t relinquish. Tanner Troska rushed 33 times for 156 yards and three touchdowns for Deuel. He also added four two-point conversions. Branden Longstreet rushed seven times for 89 yards and two touchdowns for Deuel.

Douglas 14, Yankton 7 — Stats not provided.

Faith 50, Rapid City Christian 17 — Stats not provided.

Faulkton 48, Ipswich/Edmunds Central 6 — Stats not provided.

Flandreau 9, Beresford 7 — Flandreau outgained Beresford 140-116 in total yards, and outscored the Bulldogs 9-7. Dylan Rice’s lone completion went for a 15-yard touchdown to Dawson Blum. Brendan Ten Eyck carried the ball 23 times for 68 yards, while Martin Ruelas had three carries for 34 yards. For Beresford, Kaleb Peterson carried the ball 10 times for 74 yards.

Gayville-Volin 37, Garretson 14 — Grant Rice rushed 21 times for 169 yards and three touchdowns. He also threw for another score. No other stats were reported.

Gregory 36, Kimball/White Lake 7 — Stats not provided.

Harding County 44,  Herreid/Selby Area 6 — By the time Herreid/Selby area finally got on the board, this game was long over as Harding County had a 44-0 lead in the third quarter. Sam Podzimek led the way for Harding County with 193 yards passing and four touchdowns to go with 91 yards rushing. Podzimek spread the love, hitting four different receivers for scores. Trig Olson had three catches for 109 yards and a touchdown while Jarett Jenson caught four passes for 67 yards and a score. Jake George and Mason Teigen caught the other two touchdowns. Jenson and Jae Stenerson rushed for one touchdown each. Sterling Lee racked up 4.5 tackles for loss for Harding County. Tanner Masteller rushed five times for 54 yards and HSA’s only touchdown.

Harrisburg 26, Brookings 16 — Stats not provided.

Howard 48, Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 14 — Howard came out and scored quickly, then held tight on defense for an 8-6 lead at the half. From there, though, it was all Titans. Mount Vernon-Plankinton scored 28 third-quarter points, then piled on another 14 in the fourth quarter to cruise to a 48-14 win. Hayden Schmidt threw for a touchdown and rushed for another for the Titans. Dane Rihanek and Weston Tobin rushed for two touchdowns each. Jesse Hastings rushed eight times for 115 yards, including a 49-yard touchdown run for the Titans.

Langford 57, Leola/Frederick 6 — Langford started fast and never looked back, out-scoring Leola/Frederick 24-6 in the first quarter. Lincoln Gibbs opened the game’s scoring for Langford with a 70-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. He scored again in the second quarter with a 1-yard run. Harley Gibbs struck three times, hauling in a 50-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter, followed by a 41-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Chance Olson struck with a pair of lengthy runs, scoring from 36 and 46 yards out. He finished the night with 10 carries for 131 yards, while H. Gibbs had four carries for 50 yards. Olson contributed defensively as well, picking up 13 tackles and returning an interception 44 yards. H. Gibbs had 10 total tackles. For Leola-Frederick, Jordan Haas had 24 carries for 118 yards. Alex Sumption scored his side’s only touchdown.

Milbank Area 51, Sisseton 0 — Milbank’s Jonny Ash completed five of his eight passes for 92 yards and the team rushed for 306 yards combined. No other stats were reported.

Mitchell 42, Pierre 13 — Spencer Neugebauer continued his dominance as he racked up 197 carries and four touchdowns on 27 carries. Sam Michels added 93 yards and one touchdown on 14 carries. Kiel Nelson completed three of his five passes for 80 yards and a touchdown. All of those completions went to Cody Reichelt. Jack Maher carried 11 times for Pierre for 57 yards and a touchdown. He also threw a touchdown to Bradley Dean.

Northwestern 35, Hitchcock-Tulare 0 — Recap upcoming…

O’Gorman 24, Huron 13 — OG picked up its fourth-straight win and improved to 6-2. Hunter Thompson threw for 163 yards and a touchdown. Jake Vaca rushed 17 times for 87 yards and a score. Hyland  Heinz threw for a pair of touchdowns for Huron, one to Tye Evers and the other to Nick Christenson. Canyon Bauer caught Thompson’s TD throw.

Philip 60, Edgemont 6 — Carson Hamill ran the ball seven times for 88 yards and was one of seven Philip players to find the end zone Friday night. Hamill, along with Cooper West, Riley Hetzel, Hunter Peterson, Lane Williams and Tristan Schoefield all scored rushing touchdowns. Dalton Kinsley connected with Dawson Reedy and Connor Dekker for passing touchdowns.

Potter County 36, Sunshine Bible Academy 7 — Potter County improved to 7-0 on the season thanks to a solid rushing attack, gaining 235 yards on 31 attempts. Lucas Smith (nine attempts for 100 yards, one touchdown) and Dawson Simon (two attempts for 54 yards, one touchdown) led Potter County. Quarterback Ben Krueger also rushed for a touchdown while passing for one score. Jed Konechne led the Sunshine Bible Academy offense with five catches for 24 yards and a touchdown from quarterback Jce Burma, who completed six-of-eight passes for 30 yards.

Roosevelt 54, Rapid City Central 28Recap from Matt Zimmer.

Sioux Falls Christian 48,Elk Point-Jefferson 14 — Sawyer Prins rushed for 188 yards and two touchdowns on 31 carries while Riley Hogan gained 65 yards on 10 totes with three touchdowns. Caleb Ruiter led S.F. Christian with nine tackles.

Sioux Valley 13, McCook Central/Montrose 7 — All 20 of the games points came in the second quarter, with Sioux Valley’s Daymien Lucas connecting with Nick Strasburg for a seven-yard score, then Matt Larson running it in from four yards out, and McCook Central/Montrose’s Kendall Gassman answering with a five-yard touchdown run. Sioux Valley picked up 205 of its 259 total yards on the ground, while MCM rushed for 96 of its 120 total yards. Larson finished the night with 20 carries for 107 yards, while Lucas ran the ball 21 times fro 63 yards. MCM was led by Trevor Wilkinson on the ground. He finished with 10 carries for 46 yards. MCM’s Kyle Tuschen had 10 total tackles, nine of which were solo efforts.

Spearfish 21, Sturgis Brown 16 — Stats not provided.

St. Thomas More 58, Belle Fourche 8 — Stats not provided.

Sully Buttes 53, Eureka/Bowdle 8 — Recap upcoming…

Tea 28, Madison 25Recap from Ian Frazer.

Timber Lake 50, McLaughlin 0 — Stats not provided.

Vermillion 34, Lennox 6 — Stats not provided.

Warner 51, Tiospa Zina Tribal 0 — Stats not provided.

West Central 14, Tri-Valley 0 — Devon Garry rushed 18 times for 92 yards and a touchdown in the Trojans’ tight win over the Mustangs Friday night. He also added seven tackles. Riley Hollander scored West Central’s other touchdown on a nine-yard pass from Broc Haldeman.

Winner 54, Redfield/Doland 0 — Winner outgained Redfield/Doland 284-14, so one can probably guess the score from that information alone. This game was competitive for half of the first quarter, by which point Winner had a 16-0 lead before extending that to 38-0 by the end of the period. Kayleb Brozik scored a touchdown every time he touched the ball, rushing three times for 84 yards and three scores, two of which came in the first quarter. Drew DeMers scored on his only rushing attempt, a 66-yard scamper. Jayden Schroeder and Avery Gilchrist rushed for one touchdown each, while Schroeder added another score on a 29-yard fumble return.

Wolsey-Wessington 54, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 6 — Stats not provided.

Week 8 Roundup

Week 8 Roundup