TYNDALL — Bon Homme handed Gregory their first loss of the season by the score of 7-6 in a defensive struggle on Friday evening in ‘9AA’ action.
Joey Slamma led the Cavaliers with 93 passing yards on eight completions. Noah Heesch had the lone touchdown for Bon Homme. Josh Crownover led the defense with 11 tackles, while John Kubal had three sacks.
Caleb Stukel led the Gorillas with 79 yards on the ground and a score.
Bon Homme will voyage to Warner on Friday, while Gregory will host Platte-Geddes.
BON HOMME (5-1) 0 7 0 0 — 7
GREGORY (4-1) 0 6 0 0 — 6
TDAACDC 26, Corsica-Stickney 6
TRIPP — Tripp-Delmont-Armour-Andes Central-Dakota Christian picked up their fourth straight victory with a 26-6 victory over Corsica-Stickney on Friday night.
Jace Faulkner led TDAACDC with 325 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns. Daaron Tronvold had five receptions for 129 yards for the Jaguars.
Jaden Barse led Corsica-Stickney with 74 yards on 20 carries and a score.
TDAACDC will have a bye, while Corsica-Stickney will look to get back on track at Centerville on Friday.
TDAACDC (4-2) 6 8 12 0 — 26
CORSICA-STICKNEY (2-3) 0 6 0 0 — 0
Dakota Valley 41, Milbank 0
MILBANK — Dakota Valley kept their perfect record intact by blanking Milbank 41-0 in ‘11A’ football action on Friday.
The Panthers offensive attack combined for 478 total yards. Nate Rice led Dakota Valley with 244 all-purpose yards, while Sam Chesterman added two scores on five carries for 64 yards.
Michael Karges and Bryce Holtquist combined to lead the Bulldogs with 110 rushing yards.
Dakota Valley will host Vermillion on Friday, while Milbank voyages to Groton.
Tea Area 46, Vermillion 0
VERMILLION — Number-one ranked Tea Area overpowered Vermillion 46-0 on Friday night in South Dakota ‘A’ prep football action.
No statistics were provided for the Titans in the victory.
Vermillion was led by Connor Saunders, with 57 passing yards on eight completions. John LaCognata snagged five catches for 39 yards. Jack Kratz led the Tanagers defense with 11 tackles.
Tea Area will head to Dell Rapids on Friday, while Vermillion travels to number-two ranked Dakota Valley.
TEA AREA (5-0) 14 17 14 0 – 46
VERMILLION (1-4) 0 0 0 0 – 0
Gayville-Volin 46, Scotland 18
GAYVILLE — Gayville-Volin outscored Scotland 34-12 in the second half to power a 46-18 victory on Friday evening.
Tristan Gustad led Gayville-Volin with 212 total yards, while Kyle Hirsch added 108 yards on the ground. Mason Dennis added a 75 yard kickoff return to the house, as well. Jacob Hirsch led the defensive attack with six tackles.
Ty Mogck led Scotland with 65 yards receiving. Lucas Peterson added 58 yards on the ground and nine tackles.
Gayville-Volin travels to Alcester-Hudson, while Scotland will host Colome. Both contests will be played on Friday evening.
GAYVILLE-VOLIN (3-2) 0 12 14 20 — 46
SCOTLAND (1-4) 0 6 12 0 – 18
Bloomfield 44, Allen 0
BLOOMFIELD, Neb. — Bloomfield delivered Allen’s first loss of the season in a 44-0 conquest on Friday evening in Nebraska ‘D1’ football action.
Will Fehinger led Bloomfield with 95 rushing yards and a score. Braden Eisenhauer added 132 passing yards on five completions and two socres.
No stats were available for Allen.
Bloomfield will try to keep their perfect record as they travel to Wausa. Allen will look to get back on track verus Hartington-Newcastle.
BLOOMFIELD (4-0) 22 16 6 0 — 44
ALLEN (3-1) 0 0 0 0 — 0
Burke 55, Centerville 6
BURKE — Burke steamrolled Centerville 55-6 in two quarters on Friday evening.
Hunter Van Nieuwenhuyse led Burke with 103 yards passing and two scores. Brock Karbo added 52 yards on the ground and a score for the Cougars.
Hunter Ellis led the Centerville attack with 36 yards on the ground. Jack Walters and Ellis combined for 13 tackles in the loss for the Tornadoes.
Burke will host Avon on Friday, while Centerville will host Corsica-Stickney.
BURKE (4-2) 34 21 — 55
CENTERVILLE (0-5) 0 6 — 6
Wynot 38, Wausa 17
WAUSA, Neb. — Wynot outscored Wausa 22-0 in the second half to rally to a 38-17 victory over the Vikings in prep football action on Friday.
Landon Wieseler passed for 163 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed for 67 yards and a score for Wynot. Nate Wieseler rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns, and caught four passes for 38 yards. Jake Wieseler had three catches for 59 yards and two scores in the win.
Landon Wieseler, Anthony Haberman and Ethan Hochstein each had a hand in seven tackles for the Wynot defense. Trystan Heimes, Haberman, Nate Wieseler and Landon Wieseler each recovered a fumble in the win.
No statistics were reported for Wausa (2-2), which hosts Bloomfield next. Wynot, also 2-2, hosts Randolph next.
WYNOT (2-2) 8 8 8 14 — 38
WAUSA (2-2) 8 9 0 0 — 17
Miller-Highmore-Harrold 48, Platte-Geddes 8
PLATTE — Karst Hunter was 14-20 passing for 136 yards and five touchdowns, and rushed for 102 yards and a score in Miller-Highmore-Harrold’s 48-8 victory over Platte-Geddes in prep football action on Friday.
Dylan McDonnell caught four passes for 51 yards and three scores for MHH. Regan Bollweg rushed for 82 yards and a score in the win.
For Platte-Geddes, Kade Starr rushed for 104 yards and a score.
MHH travels to Tiospa Zina next. Platte-Geddes travels to Gregory next.
PLATTE-GEDDES (1-4) 0 8 0 0 — 8
MILLER-HIGHMORE-HARROLD (2-3) 20 28 0 0 — 48
Cedar Catholic 17, Ponca 14, OT
PONCA, Neb. — Ted Bengston’s 32-yard field goal in overtime lifted Hartington Cedar Catholic to a 17-14 victory over Ponca in the matchup of Class C2 football rivals on Friday.
Cedar Catholic led 14-6 after three quarters, but Ponca’s Hunter Bennett caught an Evan Anderson pass for a 13-yard touchdown with 2:06 to play. Anderson scored the two-point conversion to send the game into overtime.
Jacob Keiser rushed for 57 yards and a score, and caught two passes for 62 yards and a score for Cedar Catholic. Myles Thoene threw for 69 yards for the Trojans.
Anderson passed for 55 yards and a score, and rushed for 39 yards and a score for Ponca. Gage McGill rushed for 47 yards and was 2-2 passing for 11 yards.
Josh Pinkelman had a hand in 20 tackles to lead the Cedar Catholic defense. Rex Becker recorded three tackles for loss, with Easton Becker posting 2.5 tackles for loss for the Trojans.
Anderson had nine tackles to lead the Ponca defense. Brandon Kneifl recorded a sack.
Cedar Catholic looks to continue its momentum at home against Norfolk Catholic next. Ponca looks to bounce back at Battle Creek.
CEDAR CATHOLIC (2-3) 7 0 7 0 3 — 17
PONCA (1-4) 0 0 6 8 0 — 14
Canistota-Freeman 62, Irene-Wakonda 27
IRENE — Canistota-Freeman rolled up 574 yards of total offense in a 62-27 victory over Irene-Wakonda in prep football action on Friday.
Trey Ortman rushed for 195 yards and three touchdowns, and passed for 57 yards and a score for Canistota-Freeman. Austin Thu rushed for 184 yards and two scores. Bailey Sage added 131 yards and three scores. Colin Helma added a 50-yard touchdown catch in the win.
Trey King threw for 266 yards and three scores, and rushed for 104 yards and a score for Irene-Wakonda. Brannon McDonald had three catches for 130 yards. Gavin Spurrell, Levi Larsen and Tate VanBeek each had a touchdown catch for the Eagles.
Austin Thu had a team-best six tackles, including a sack, and Tyce Ortman and Helma each picked off a pass for Canistota-Freeman. Clayton Smith and Ty Balvin each had a sack in the win.
McDonald led the Irene-Wakonda defense, recording 15 tackles. Marcus Van Driel had 11 stops.
Canistota-Freeman hosts Baltic next, Sept. 28 in Canistota. Irene-Wakonda (4-2) enters its bye week off a second straight setback, and hosts Menno-Marion on Oct. 5.
CANISTOTA-FREEMAN (5-0) 12 22 6 22 — 62
IRENE-WAKONDA (4-2) 7 6 6 8 — 27
Creighton 72, Niobrara-Verdigre 12
CREIGHTON, Neb. —Creighton powered past Niobrara-Verdigre 72-12 in prep football action on Friday.
No statistics were reported for Creighton (4-0), which travels to Ainsworth next.
Chase Pritchett passed for 88 yards and a score for Niobrara-Verdigre. Mathis Gierga caught four passes for 78 yards and a score. Trenten Bauer returned a kickoff for a score for the Cougars.
Bauer and Trey Sucha each had a hand in 12 tackles for the Niobrara-Verdigre defense. Tim Reyes was in on 11 tackles and recovered a fumble. Angel Grant also recovered a fumble for the Cougars.
Niobrara-Verdigre (0-4) travels to Boyd County next.
Randolph 32, Hartington-Newcastle 7
HARTINGTON, Neb. — Randolph built a 20-7 halftime lead and claimed a 32-7 victory over Hartington-Newcastle in prep football action on Friday.
No statistics were reported for Randolph (4-0), which travels to Wynot next.
Ethan Koch rushed for 183 yards to lead the Hartington-Newcastle offense. Turner Korth rushed for 87 yards. Kobe Heitman added 61 yards rushing.
Korth led the Hartington-Newcastle defense with 16 tackles. Heitman had 14 stops. Shaye Morten had 10 tackles. Koch added three tackles for loss.
Hartington-Newcastle, 3-1, travels to Allen next.
Howard 44, Menno-Marion 14
MENNO — The Howard Tigers overcame a 281-yard passing performance by Menno-Marion’s Gavin Pankratz to claim a 44-14 victory over the Razorbacks in prep football action on Friday.
No statistics were reported for Howard.
Trey Bohlman caught six passes for a team-best 122 yards for Menno-Marion. Kyle Munkvold had seven catches for 99 yards for the Razorbacks.
Howard, 4-2 after a fourth straight win, has a bye next week before traveling to Chester Area on Oct. 5. Menno-Marion, also in a bye next week, travels to Irene-Wakonda on Oct. 5.
HOWARD (4-2) 0 28 10 6 — 44
MENNO-MARION (0-6) 0 6 8 0 — 14
Mount-Vernon-Plankinton 30, Winner 28
WINNER — Mount-Vernon-Plankinton outscored Winner 16-0 in the fourth quarter to claim a 30-28 victory over the Warriors in prep football action on Friday.
Jesse Hastings rushed for 106 yards and three scores, including the go-ahead score with 3:31 to play, to lead MVP. Hastings was also 3-3 passing for 70 yards.
Also for the victorious Titans, Colton Tobin rushed for a touchdown.
Trevor Peters rushed for 105 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown, for Winner. Brady Fritz was 3-6 passing for 38 yards and a score. Phillip Jorgenson completed a 49-yard pass and rushed for a touchdown. Brandon Volmer caught three passes for 80 yards, and Sam Kruger caught a touchdown pass for the Warriors, who led 28-6.
Hastings was in on nine tackles, including a sack and two tackles for loss, to lead the MVP defense. Four other players each had a hand in six tackles: Thomas Baker, Hunter Pranger, Matt Koch and Weston Tobin.
Shea Connot had 13 tackles to lead the Winner defense. Kruger had seven stops. Jorgenson recovered a fumble for a touchdown for the Warriors.
MVP takes a 6-0 mark into its bye week. The Titans come back to host Chamberlain on Oct. 5. Winner, 3-2, travels to Chamberlain on Sept. 28.
MT. VERNON-PLANK. (6-0) 0 6 8 16 — 30
WINNER (3-2) 14 8 6 0 — 28
Madison 30, West Central 14
MADISON — Madison snapped West Central’s two game win streak with a 30-14 victory, as the Bulldogs outscored the Trojans 16-7 in the second half.
Tyler Tappe led the Madison offensive regime with 216 passing yards on 25 completions and three two. He connected with Mason Avery seven times for 68 yards. Thomas Gors had 81 yards on the ground. Nic Comes added an interception and three tackles on the defensive side of the ball for the Bulldogs.
Clayton Hanisch and Cooper Maras combined for 105 yards on the ground for West Central. Broc Haldeman passed for 58 yards and also had a 67 yards interception returned to the house on the defensive side of the ball for the Trojans.
Madison looks to continue their hot streak on the road at Lennox on Friday, while West Central will look to get back on course versus Tri-Valley.
MADISON (4-1) 0 7 9 14 – 30
WEST CENTRAL (2-3) 0 7 7 0 – 14
Chester 42, Hanson 6
CHESTER — Chester earned their first victory on Friday with a 42-6 rout of Hanson behind four touchdowns from Isiah Young.
Young added 206 passing yards on just six completions. Alex Tammen added 205 all-purpose yards and four scores, as well. Jarret Sengelmann added a 79 yard rushing touchdown for Chester.
Casey Haynes led Hanson with 171 yards passing and a score on eight completions. Haynes connected with Simon Weber four times for 129 yards and a score. Weber added 38 yards on the ground in the loss.
Chester will travel to Garretson on Friday, while Hanson has a bye.
CHESTER (1-4) 7 21 7 7 — 42
HANSON (0-6) 0 0 0 6 — 6
Humphrey St. Francis 56, Osmond 6
OSMOND, Neb. — Humphrey St. Francis downed Osmond 56-6 in prep football action on Friday.
No statistics were reported for St. Francis (4-0), which travels to Winside next.
Anthony Heiman passed for 68 yards and a score, and rushed for 55 yards for Osmond. Justus Maertins caught three passes for 52 yards and a score for the Tigers.
Defensively, Maertins had a team-high 11 tackles. Nick Reikofski had eight stops.
Osmond, 2-2, travels to Plainview next.
Aberdeen Roncalli 23, McCook Central-Montrose 6
SALEM — Samiuela Mounga rushed for 205 yards to lead Aberdeen Roncalli past McCook Central-Montrose in prep football action on Friday.
Brady Morgan rushed for two touchdowns, and Jaden Karst rushed for 60 yards and a score for Roncalli. Jackson Isaacson added a 32-yard field goal in the win.
Jacobi Krouse rushed for 50 yards and Blake Gessner rushed for 48 yards and a score for MCM.
Mounga also led the Roncalli defense, recording 11 tackles (9 solo) to lead the Cavaliers.
Cole Grasma and Collin Kolbeck each had a hand in seven tackles for MCM.
Roncalli, 3-3 after snapping a three-game skid, hosts Sisseton next. MCM, 2-3, travels to Sioux Valley next.
ABERDEEN RONCALLI (3-3) 0 6 7 10 — 23
MCCOOK CENTRAL-MONTROSE (2-3) 0 0 0 6 — 6
Sioux Valley 28, Lennox 16
VOLGA — Sioux Valley built a 28-0 lead and held on for a 28-16 victory over Lennox in prep football action on Friday.
Parker Puetz passed for 131 yards and a score, and rushed for a touchdown for Sioux Valle. Dalton Hanson rushed for 87 yards and a score. Lane VanderWal caught two passes for 96 yards and a score. Jaxton Schiller also rushed for a score in the win.
Zach Leisinger passed for 282 yards and two touchdowns for Lennox. Quincy Ihnen caught seven passes for 110 yards and both scores. Josh Arlt had a team-best nine catches, finishing with 87 yards.
Brayden Havrevold had eight tackles to lead the Sioux Valley defense. Hanson and Tayte White each had seven stops.
Brock Anderson and Tyson Stoebner each had 10 tackles for Lennox.
Sioux Valley, 2-3, hosts McCook Central-Montrose next. Lennox, 3-2, hosts Madison next.
LENNOX (3-2) 0 0 0 16 — 16
SIOUX VALLEY (2-3) 6 16 6 0 — 28