HARTINGTON, Neb. — Shaye Morten accounted for five Hartington-Newcastle touchdowns in a 54-8 victory over Winside on Friday night.

Morten threw for three touchdowns and added a fourth on the ground. He also took an interception back in the third quarter. Kobe Heitman tallied 109 yards on five carries and two scores of 46 and 48 yards respectively. Heitman also brought in one of Morten’s touchdown passes. The other two scoring throws were to Jake Peitz (14 yards) and Sam Harms (10 yards).

The offense for Winside (0-3) got on the board in the fourth with a 27-yard touchdown pass from Matthew Fredrick to Art Escalante. Fredrick converted the two-point attempt.

Winside hosts Allen next Friday. Hartington-Newcastle makes the trip to take on Chambers-Wheeler Central-Ewing next Friday.

Centerville 58, Avon 32

AVON — Hayden Ellis scampered his way to 240 yards and six touchdowns on the ground as Centerville defeated Avon 58-32 on Friday night in Avon.

Ellis had scoring runs of 5, 41, 48, 25, 15 and 44 yards, while quarterback Hunter Ellis completed 6-of-13 passes for 108 yards and a touchdown. Jack Walters caught four passes for 81 yards and the score.

Avon rushed for 278 yards, led by Kory DeJong’s 193 yards and one touchdown on the ground. Brady Bierema added 51 rushing yards and two touchdowns. The Pirates committed five turnovers.

Next Friday, Centerville (1-2) hosts Scotland and Avon (0-4) visits Dell Rapids St. Mary.

CENTERVILLE (1-2) 22 12 8 16 — 58

AVON (0-4) 16 8 0 8 — 32

Scotland 32, Chester Area 19

SCOTLAND — Mason Dennis only passed eight times but they went for 279 yards and four touchdowns as Scotland defeated Chester Area 32-19 on Friday night in Scotland.

Dennis also had a 2-yard touchdown run for Scotland (2-2), which led 20-6 after three quarters. Ty Mogck rushed for 43 yards and Turner Nicholson added 35 yards on the ground, and Nick Harrington caught three passes for 135 yards and two scores.

Chester Area quarterback Stratton Eppard completed 7-of-17 passes for 102 yards and a touchdown, and also ran for 92 yards and a score.

Next Friday, Scotland visits Centerville.

CHESTER AREA (2-2) 0 6 0 13 — 19

SCOTLAND (2-2) 0 14 6 12 — 32

Canistota-Freeman 22, Howard 0

HOWARD — Bailey Sage scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Canistota-Freeman to a 22-0 victory over Howard on Friday night.

Bailey Sage ran for 62 yards and plunged for a pair of one-yard touchdowns to lead Canistota-Freeman (4-0). Tyce Ortman added 136 yards and a score. Trey Ortman threw for 117 yards, and Sage lead the receiving core with 51 yards.

Riley Genzlinger rushed for 46 yards to lead Howard (2-1). Isaac Feldhaus threw for 39 yards.

Sage racked up nine tackles and Blake Anderson eight for Canistota-Freeman. Tisyn Spader tallied nine tackles to lead Howard.

Up next, Howard hosts Chester Area. Canistota-Freeman will host Irene-Wakonda. Both games will take place next Friday, Sept 20.

Bloomfield 38, Stuart 6

BLOOMFIELD, Neb. — Logan Johnson carried the ball 41 times for 221 yards and four scores as Bloomfield cruised past Stuart 38-6 on Friday night in Bloomfield, Nebraska.

Johnson scored on runs of 6, 3, 11 and 9 yards, while Braden Eisenhauer scored on a 13-yard scamper for the Bees (3-0).

Bloomfield is off until a Sept. 27 road game in Allen.

STUART (2-1)     0  0  0  6 — 6

BLOOMFIELD (3-0)           8  16  6  8 — 38

Dell Rapids St. Mary 64, Alcester-Hudson 22

ALCESTER– In a Class 9B Region 2 battle of undefeated teams, the Dell Rapids St. Mary Cardinals defeated the Alcester-Hudson Cubs 64-22 in Alcester on Friday night.

St. Mary used a 36-point second quarter to go up 52-14 at halftime, before cruising to the 64-22 victory. The Cardinals finished the game with 489 total yards of offense, including 364 rushing yards. Connor Libis led the way, having three carries for 53 yards, and two rushing touchdowns. Libis also was 5-8 in the air with 125 yards, and three touchdown pass.

Payton Park was the leading rusher for the Cardinals with 10 carries for 84 yards, and a 42-yard touchdown in the first quarter. Eli Longville would also rush for 53 yards on 5 attempts and two touchdowns for St. Mary.

The Cubs were led by Logan Serck, who threw for 139 yards and two touchdowns on 8-12 passing. Alcester-Hudson will play next week at home against Gayville-Volin. Dell Rapids St. Mary will continue their undefeated season next week, as they will face the Avon Pirates in Dell Rapids.

DR ST.MARY (4-0)            16  36  12  0 – 64

ALCESTER-HUDSON (3-1)              6  8  8  0 – 22

Tri-Valley 20, Vermillion 7

VERMILLION — Tri-Valley took home a 21-0 victory Friday night, topping Vermillion 20-7 at the DakotaDome in Vermillion.

Charlie Ward led Vermillion (1-2) with 259 passing yards and a touchdown pass to Connor Saunders. Saunders caught 10 passes for 136 and the score. Saunders led the team in rushing with 22 yards and Ward contributed 21. Dillion Thelen added 54 receiving yards.

Defensively, Kobe Culver racked up 18 tackles for Vermillion. Zach Brady added 11 tackles and Trevor Tarr 10.

No stats were reported for Tri-Valley.

Vermillion takes on Yankton in Yankton next Friday night. Tri-Valley heads to Hartford to play West Central.

TRI-VALLEY (3-0) 6 8 6 0 —20

VERMILLION (1-2) 0 0 0 7 —7

Dakota Valley 27, Milbank 14

MILBANK — Eric Johnson led Dakota Valley to a 27-14 victory over Milbank Friday night.

Johnson racked up 162 rushing yards and two touchdowns (23 yards and three yards) to lead Dakota Valley (2-1). Nathan Favors added 66 yards and a one-yard score. Favors threw for 74 yards and one touchdown, a 41-yard pass to Noah Steele. Steele finished the night with 49 yards receiving.

Kaden Krause threw for 118 yards and Kellen Hoeke threw a 21-yard touchdown to Will Cummins for Milbank (1-3). Cummins finished with 40 yards and Michael Karges 54. Brodie Holtquist ran for 50 yards and Bennett Schwenn added a nine-yard score.

Nick Ruhr led the defensive attack for Milbank with eight solo tackles. Kobey June tallied eight tackles for Dakota Valley.

Dakota Valley hosts Sioux Falls Christian next Friday in North Sioux City. Milbank takes on Groton Area in Groton on Sept 20.

DAKOTA VALLEY (2-1) 6 7 7 7 —27

MILBANK (1-3) 6 0 0 8 —14

TDAACDC 42, Sunshine Bible 6

MILLER — Cade Faulkner threw for 151 yards and two scores, and rushed for a score in 42-6 victory for the Tripp-Delmont-Armour-Andes Central-Dakota Christian Thunderhawks over Sunshine Bible Academy in prep football action on Friday.

Trey Sparks rushed for 56 yards and two scores for the Thunderhawks. Tyler Swanson had 99 yards receiving and a score. Logan VanPelt rushed for a score and caught a touchdown pass in the victory.

Gabe Baas had seven tackles and VanPelt had six stops for TDAACDC.

The Thunderhawks, 2-2, host Parkston in Tripp next. Sunshine Bible, 0-4, is off until hosting Corsica-Stickney on Sept. 27.

TDAACDC (2-2) 0 12 22 8 — 42

SUNSHINE BIBLE (0-4) 0 0 0 6 — 6

LCC 50, Winnebago 0

LAUREL, Neb. — Ty Erwin accounted for five touchdowns as Laurel-Concord-Coleridge blanked Winnebago 50-0 on Friday night in Laurel, Nebraska.

Erwin completed 9-of-17 passes for 142 yards and three scores, and also ran six times for 54 yards and two touchdowns. Cael Hartung and Evan Haisch rushed for the other two touchdowns for the Bears, who held Winnebago to 33 yards on the ground.

Jeriah Greyowl passed for 126 yards for Winnebago (0-3).

LCC (2-0) visits Osmond next Friday.

WINNEBAGO (0-3) 0 0 0 0 — 0

LAUREL-CON.-COLE. (2-0) 6 22 14 8 — 50

Dell Rapids 14, Madison 13

DELL RAPIDS — Dell Rapids prevailed in a narrow 14-13 game over third-ranked Madison Friday night, where touchdowns were a premium.

Colin Rentz led Dell Rapids (3-0) with 237 passing yards and a 63-yard touchdown to Mason Goeken. Logan Ellingson hauled in six receptions for 132 yards. Logan Stone added a 16-yard touchdown run.

Trey Smith led the Madison (2-1) rushing attack with 127 yards on 22 carries. Tyler Tappe added 36 yards and Mason Avery a 10-yards touchdown run. Tappe threw for 152 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown to Jacob Unterbrunner.

Zach Whitlock led the charge defensively for Madison with five solo tackles and 7 assisted. Coby Maeschen led Dell Rapids with six solo tackles and three assisted.

Next up for Madison is a game against Brookings on Sept 20 in Madison. Dell Rapids makes the trip to Mitchell to take on the Kernels next Friday.

MADISON (2-1) 0 13 0 0 — 13

DELL RAPIDS (3-0) 7 7 0 0 — 14

Tea Area 21, West Central 0

TEA — Austin Lake rushed for 102 yards and the Tea Area defense pitched a shutout in a 21-0 victory over West Central on Friday night in Tea.

Joey Headrick ran for 86 yards and two scores for Tea Area (3-0), while J.T. Panning had the other touchdown.

West Central (1-2) was held to 48 yards on the ground and 143 yards of total offense.

WEST CENTRAL (1-2) 0 0 0 0 — 0

TEA AREA (3-0) 7 0 7 7 — 21

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