MOUNT VERNON — Beresford won its third game in a row as they handed Mount Vernon-Plankinton their first loss of the season by the score of 41-24 on Friday evening.
Brad Christensen threw three touchdowns on five of his completions with 127 yards. Jack Antonson had six receptions from the Beresford quarterbacks for 151 yards and three scores.
Weston Tobin led MVP with 86 yards on the ground. Hayden Haak added 85 yards in the loss.
Both teams play in the Class 11B playoffs next Thursday.
BERESFORD (6-2) 14 14 7 6 — 41
MOUNT VERNON-PLANK. (7-1) 6 12 6 0 — 24
Elk Point-Jefferson 43, Vermillion 27
VERMILLION — Elk Point-Jefferson outscored Vermillion 24-7 in the second half to defeat the Tanagers 43-27 on Friday evening in the DakotaDome.
Riley Schmidt led EPJ with 154 yards on the ground and four touchdowns. Dimiris Nuno added three field goals in the victory.
Jacob Peterson led Vermillion with 184 yards through the air and connected with Gray Peterson for 109 yards six times. Mitch Doherty added 86 yards on the ground in the loss.
Vermillion is on the road at St. Francis Indian on Friday, while Elk Point-Jefferson will compete in the first round of the playoffs.
ELK POINT-JEFFERSON (3-5) 7 12 21 3 — 43
VERMILLION (2-6) 0 21 0 7 — 27
Bon Homme 58, Platte-Geddes 8
TYNDALL — Bon Homme racked up 36 first quarter points in a 58-8 thrashing of Platte-Geddes on Friday night.
Christian Uecker led Bon Homme with three scores, while Joey Slama added 80 yards on the ground. Riley Hellmann and Cole Bares combined for 14 tackles in the victory.
No statistics were provided for Platte-Geddes in the loss.
Both teams will compete in the first round of the playoffs next week. Time is to be determined.
BON HOMME (7-1) 36 14 8 — 58
PLATTE-GEDDES (1-7) 0 8 0 — 8
Dakota Valley 50, Lennox 18
LENNOX — Dakota Valley handed Lennox its fifth loss in a row via a 50-18 defeat on Friday evening in Class 11A football action.
The duo of Sam Chesterman and Nate Rice combined for 298 rushing yards and five scores for Dakota Valley. Eric Johnson added a 46 yard run to the house, as well.
Haden Mendel led Lennox with 153 rushing yards and a score. Zach Leisinger added 130 yards through the air and two touchdowns in the loss.
Dakota Valley will host number-three Tea Area on Friday to end the regular season. Lennox is on the road at West Central.
DAKOTA VALLEY (8-0) 14 15 21 0 — 50
LENNOX (3-5) 0 6 6 6 — 18
Colome 70, Avon 8
COLOME — Jackson Kinzer passed for two touchdowns and Riley Shippy ran for two as Colome blasted Avon 70-8 on Friday night in Colome. The game was called at halftime.
Kinzer was a perfect 8-of-8 passing for 120 yards, while Layton Thieman caught four of those passes for 63 yards and a score. Shippy carried the ball six times for 150 yards.
In the season-ending loss for Avon (1-6), Riley Rucktaeschel completed 5-of-15 passes for 55 yards, while Kory DeJong ran seven times for 24 yards and a touchdown. DeJong also caught three passes for 46 yards.
Colome begins Class 9B postseason action next Thursday.
AVON (1-6) 8 0 — 8
COLOME (7-0) 48 22 — 70
Burke 30, Alcester-Hudson 14
ALCESTER — Burke shocked Alcester-Hudson 30-14 and handed them their first loss of the season in both team’s last regular season contest on Friday night.
Finn Hanson led Burke with 187 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Brock Karbo complimented Hanson with two rushing scores of his own.
Eli Skoglund led Alcester-Hudson with 134 yards via the passing game and two scores. Logan Serck led the defensive effort with eight tackles and two for loss.
Both teams will compete in their respected class playoffs next week.
BURKE (5-2) 6 16 8 0 — 30
ALCESTER-HUDSON (6-1) 0 6 0 8 — 14
Winner 40, Woonsocket-Wessington Springs-Sanborn Central 0
WINNER — The Winner Warriors out-rushed Woonsocket-Wessington Springs-Sanborn Central 316-61 in a 40-0 shutout Friday night in Winner.
Trevor Peters ran for 162 yards and a touchdown, and Sam Kruger added 71 yards and three scores on the ground for the Warriors (5-2). Brady Fritz added a rushing touchdown.
Joren Bruun returned a punt for a touchdown, as well for Winner.
For Woonsocket-WS-SC (3-4), Alex Wormstadt rushed for 53 yards and Trey Ulmer ran for 43 yards.
Both teams open playoff action next Thursday.
WOON.-WS-SC (3-4) 0 0 0 0 — 0
WINNER (5-2) 14 12 8 6 — 40
Madison 49, Tri-Valley 18
MADISON — Madison head coach Max Hodgen became the program’s all-time leader in wins, with 72, thanks to a 49-18 triumph over Tri-Valley on Friday evening.
Tyler Tappe led Madison with 110 passing yards. Nathan Ricke added 75 yards on the ground, while Thomas Gors had three tackles and an interception.
Mohamed Ibrahim led Tri-Valley with 118 yards on the ground. Gabe Krump led the defense with seven tackles and a sack.
Madison will finish the regular season on the road, next Friday, at Dell Rapids. Tri-Valley will host Milbank.
MADISON (7-1) 20 22 0 7 — 49
TRI-VALLEY (0-8) 0 0 12 6 — 18
West Central 49, McCook Central-Montrose 0
SALEM — West Central scored 41 points in the second and third quarters to rout McCook Central-Montrose 49-0 in the last regular season game of the year for both teams.
Jackson Miller led West Central with 76 rushing yards and a score. Cooper Maras contributed two touchdowns on the ground, while Carter Healy snagged a receiving score.
Jacobi Krouse led MCM with 30 yards on the ground. Krouse and Jake Cheeseman combined for eight tackles in the loss.
Both teams will compete in each of their class’s playoffs that start next week.
WEST CENTRAL (4-4) 0 20 21 8 — 49
MCCOOK CENTRAL-MONT. (2-6) 0 0 0 0 — 0
Tea Area 36, Sioux Falls Christian 16
TEA — Number-three ranked Tea Area in Class 11A scored 30 unanswered points to defeat Sioux Falls Christian 36-16 on Friday night.
Hunter West led the Tea Area passing assault with 180 yards and a score to Trevor Cox. Wyatt VanTol ran the ball seven times and reached the end zone twice.
Parker Nelson led SFC with 157 yards on the ground and a score. Dawson Mulder had a touchdown pass to Mitchell Goodbary.
Tea Area will clash with second-ranked Dakota Valley on the road next Friday. SFC will compete in the first round of the playoffs.
TEA AREA (7-1) 6 0 13 17 — 36
SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN (6-2) 0 16 0 0 — 16