LAKE ANDES — Thanks to a 14-point fourth quarter, Tripp-Delmont-Armour/Andes Central-Dakota Christian upset Class 9B top-ranked Colome 14-12 in high school football action Friday night in Lake Andes.
The Thunderhawks were led by Micah Lau with 142 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. Cade Faulkner also had 43 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. T-D/A/AC-DC’s defense was led by Logan VanPelt (10 tackles), and Tyler Swanson (nine tackles).
The Cowboys will look to bounce back at home next week against Platte-Geddes, while the Thunderhawks will host Gregory in Lake Andes.
COLOME (1-1) 6 0 6 0 – 12
T-D/A/AC-DC (1-1) 0 0 0 14 – 14
Colman-Egan 52, Gayville-Volin 0
GAYVILLE — Colman-Egan moved to 2-0 on the year with a standout performance by Nate Tolley in Friday night’s 52-0 shutout of Gayville-Volin in Gayville.
In nine attempts, the senior ran for 284 yards, and five touchdowns. After scoring two touchdowns in the first quarter, Tolley started off the second quarter with a 48-yard touchdown run. He followed that with an 88-yard touchdown run, while finishing the quarter with a 75-yard touchdown run.
Eli Bowen also had 50-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, and finished with 144 yards on six attempts for the night. Also for the Hawks, Chase Hemmer had a 34-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, while Ryan Voleker finished the game with a 12-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
Colman-Egan will travel to Castlewood next week, while Gayville-Volin will play again on Sept. 13 at Platte-Geddes.
COLMAN-EGAN (2-0) 20 26 6 — 52
GAYVILLE-VOLIN (0-2) 0 0 0 — 0
Madison 28, Dakota Valley 26
MADISON — Madison held off Dakota Valley to win 28-26 at home to start the season.
The Madison Bulldogs were led by Trey Smith. Smith rushed for 4 touchdowns. And 129 yards on 22 carries. The Bulldogs defense was led by Cody Brown with six tackles.
For Dakota Valley, Zion Robinson had 76 yard on nine carries with a touchdown. Robinson also returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, however, the Panthers were unable to score again in the game. The Dakota Valley defense was led by Treygun Bowen with eight takckles.
Next week, Madison will face Canton on the road, will Dakota Valley will play at home against Yankton.
DAKOTA VALLEY (1-0) 7 12 0 7 – 26
MADISON (0-1) 7 7 7 7 –28
Bon Homme 34, Menno-Marion 12
TYNDALL — Noah Heesch rushed for 105 yards on 14 carries as Class 9AA top-ranked Bon Homme surged past Menno-Marion 34-12 on Friday night in Tyndall.
Bon Homme built a 14-0 lead after the first quarter, but the lead was 14-12 at halftime. The Cavaliers then out-scored Menno-Marion 20-0 after halftime.
Nate Scieszinski caught a 62-yard touchdown pass from Josh Crownover, and Crownover also rushed for a 40-yard touchdown. Bon Homme returned two interceptions for touchdowns, by Connor Peters (34 yards) and Riley Rothschadl (64 yards).
Crownover led the defense with 16 tackles including three sacks.
MENNO-MARION 0 12 0 0 — 12
BON HOMME (2-0) 14 0 7 13 — 34
Canistota/Freeman 44, DeSmet 12
FREEMAN — A strong Canistota/Freeman defense led the way as they defeated DeSmet 44-12.
The Canistota/Freeman defense had two interceptions returned for touchdowns on the night. With 11:10 to go in the fourth quarter, Nose Tackle Cole Papendick had an 89-yard interception return for a touchdown. Less than a minute later, Tyce Ortman intercepted DeSmet Quarterback Colt Wikinson, and ran it back 40 yards for the touchdown.
Ortman also ran for 123 yards on 20 attempts, while scoring a touchdown on a 1-yard run in the second quarter. The Canistota/Freeman defense was led by Bailey Sage with 12 tackles, while Ortman finished the night with two interceptions.
The DeSmet defense was led by Rett Osthus (9.5 tackles), and Alec Dobson (9.5 tackles). Kalen Garry also had two interceptions for the Bulldogs.
DeSmet will be at home next week against Dell Rapids St. Mary, while Canistota/Freeman will travel to Rutland to face Oldham-Ramona/Rutland.
DESMET (1-1) 12 0 0 0 – 12
CANISTOTA/FREEMAN (2-0) 0 16 8 20 – 44
Parker 26, Elkton-Lake Benton 0
PARKER — Parker held Elkton-Lake Benton to just 12 yards of total offense, as the Pheasants defeated the Elks 26-0.
Parker was led by Tanner Even, who rushed for 121 yards, and three touchdowns on 19 attempts, including a 55-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Even also led the outstanding Pheasant defense with 7.5 tackles, and an interception. Jesse Walton (7 tackles), and Lane Wiemann (5 tackles) helped the Parker defense hold Elkton-Lake Benton to minus-40 yards rushing. The Elks were led by Grant DeRuyter, who finished the night with 21 tackles. Aiden Erickson, and Carson Fridrich both had 7 tackles each for Elkton- Lake Benton.
Elkton- Lake Benton will play next week against Arlington/Lake Preston in Lake Preston, while Parker will be at home against Hanson.
ELKTON-LAKE BENTON (0-2) 0 0 0 0 – 0
PARKER (2-0) 6 20 0 0 – 26
Osmond 38, Wausa 8
OSMOND, Neb. — The Osmond Tigers pounded out 410 yards on the ground to claim a 38-8 victory over Wausa in prep football action on Friday.
Bryan Solorzano rushed for 132 yards, and Connor Gutz rushed for 103 yards and a score for Osmond. Josh Gansebom rushed for 73 yards and two scores, Alex Vinson rushed for 61 yards and a score, and Patrick Vinson rushed for a score in the victory.
Ethan Baue rushed for a score for Wausa.
Alexis Solorzano recorded a team-best seven tackles for the Osmond defense. Zach Huwaldt made three tackles for loss for the Tigers.
Osmond is off until a Sept. 13 trip to Wynot. Wausa faces Chambers-Wheeler Central-Ewing next.
Alcester-Hudson 22, Estelline-Hendricks 20
ESTELLINE — Alcester-Hudson outlasted Estelline-Hendricks 22-20 in prep football action on Friday in Estelline.
Logan Serck rushed for a score and passed for a score to lead Alcester-Hudson. Jovey Christiansen caught a touchdown pass in the win.
Marcis Hausman rushed for 193 yards and two scores for Estelline-Hendricks. Harrison Wegner also had a rushing touchdown for the Redhawks.
Hausman led the Redhawks defense with 18 tackles and a fumble recovery.
Alcester-Hudson, 2-0, travels to Centerville next. Estelline-Hendricks, 0-2, is off until a Sept. 13 home matchup against Castlewood.
Howard 43, Scotland 8
SCOTLAND — The Howard Tigers scored 43 unanswered points to start off the game to defeat the Scotland Highlanders 43-8.
Lane Miller led the Tigers with 76 yards on the ground on three attempts. On the night, Miller also had three touchdowns (2 rushing, 1 receiving), including a 61-yard run in the third quarter. Ty Mogck scored the lone touchdown for the Highlanders when he picked up a fumble and ran it to the end zone with 9:50 to go in the fourth quarter. The Highlanders’ defense was led by Jordan Gall with 3.5 tackles.
Scotland with travel to Avon next week. Meanwhile, Howard will play next at home against Canistota/Freeman on Sep. 13.
HOWARD (2-0) 23 14 6 0 – 43
SCOTLAND (0-2) 0 0 0 8 – 8
Oakland-Craig 28, Crofton 0
CROFTON, Neb. — The Oakland-Craig defense was strong as they shutout Crofton 28-0.
That defense was led with 8 tackles a piece by Mike Brands and Blake Johnson. The Oakland-Craig offense, meanwhile, was led by Ian Lundquist with 126 yards on 11 rushes, and a touchdown.
Defensively for Crofton, Jimmy Allen and Jarrin Sage both led the team with 8 tackles a piece.
Next week, Oakland-Craig will host Cedar Catholic, while Crofton travels to Fremont to play Archbishop Bergan.
OAKLAND-CRAIG (1-0) 6 8 6 8 – 28
CROFTON (0-1) 0 0 0 0 –0
Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 48, Elk Point-Jefferson 7
ELK POINT — Brady Hawkins rushed for a touchdown, passed for a touchdown and returned a kickoff for a score as Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan routed Elk Point-Jefferson 48-7 on Friday night in Elk Point.
Jonah Hofer rushed for two scores and caught the touchdown pass from Hawkins for B-E/E, which also got rushing touchdowns from Chase Arend and Grant Andrews. Andrews also led the defense with 12 tackles.
EPJ’s lone touchdown came from Ethan Hammitt on a 5-yard run.
Next Friday, B-E/E hosts Sioux Valley and EPJ travels to Sisseton.
BRLD 38, Cedar Catholic 20
HARTINGTON, Neb. — Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur built a 20-7 halftime lead on the way to a 38-20 victory over Hartington Cedar Catholic on Friday night in Hartington, Nebraska.
BRLD quarterback Will Gatzmeyer completed 11-of-21 passes for 308 yards and four toucdhowns, and also rushed for 52 yards and a score. Kobe Lyons ran for 81 yards and a touchdown, and Dylan Beutler caught six passes for 254 yards and all four touchdowns.
For Cedar Catholic, quarterback Myles Thoene was 7-of-25 passing for 133 yards and two touchdowns, and Nathan Potts ran for 61 yards. Charlie Schroeder had one reception for 71 yards, and Cole Becker caught three passes for 48 yards and two scores.
B-R/L-D 14 6 6 12 — 38
CEDAR CATHOLIC 0 7 7 6 — 20
Chester 50, Avon 12
CHESTER – Chester had 319 yards on the ground as they defeated Avon 50-12.
Stratton Eppard led the Flyers with 145 yards, and four touchdowns on 21 carries. Ryan Bensen also ran for 72 yards, and two touchdowns, while Jarrett Sengelmann had 78 yards, and a touchdown. Defensively, Chester was led by Chase McDonald with 7 tackles.
Kory DeJong led the Avon offense with 73 yards, and a touchdown while Logan Schuurmans led the defense for the Pirates with nine tackles.
Chester will play at home next week against Irene-Wakonda, while Avon will also be at home as they face Scotland.
AVON (0-2) 6 6 0 0 – 12
CHESTER (2-0) 14 15 6 15 – 50
Winner 46, St. Thomas More 20
WINNER — The Winner Warrior ran their way to 380 yards in a 46-20 rout of St. Thomas More on Friday night in Winner.
Trevor Peters rushed for 118 yards and a score for Winner, while Phillip Jorgensen ran for 86 yards and a touchdown, and quarterback Brady Fritz rushed for 81 yards and two scores. Fritz also completed 2-of-4 passes, but both completions went for touchdowns — to Joren Bruun and Sam Kruger.
St. Thomas More quarterback Ryder Kirsch completed 20-of-28 passes for 188 yards but was intercepted twice, and Ryan Wojcik and Dalton Klosterman had rushing touchdowns.
ST. THOMAS MORE 0 0 7 13 — 20
WINNER 24 14 8 0 — 46
Tea Area 21, Canton 14
TEA — The Tea Titans won a close game, as they defeated the Canton C-Hawks 21-14 on Friday night in Tea.
Austin Lake led the Titans with 165 yards passing, and a touchdown. Brayden Thompson had the longest play of the night, as he took a kick return 88 yards back for the touchdown. Tea Area’s defense was led by PJ Parmelee (11 tackles), and Haidyn DeJean (10 tackles).
The C-Hawks were led by Kayden Verley, who rushed for 135 yards, and a touchdown on the night. Canton’s defense was led by Zach Richardson with eight tackles.
Next week, the C-Hawks will play at home against Madison, while the Titans will travel to take on Vermillion.
Bloomfield 56, Winside 0
WINSIDE, Neb. — Bloomfield defeated Winside 56-0 in the home opener on Thursday night.
Braden Eisenhauer threw 5-7 for 50 yards for Bloomfield, while connecting with Dade Davis in the second quarter for a 17-yard touchdown. Eisenhauer also ran for 67 yards and a touchdown, while Cody Bruegman, and Tyson Sauser both found the end zone twice.
Broomfield will play again at St. Mary’s on Sept. 6.
WINSIDE (0-1) 0 0 0 0 — 0
BLOOMFIELD (1-0) 14 22 14 16 — 56