Black Panthers rally to defeat KWL
Oct 16 — PLATTE – Grayson Hanson rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns to help Platte-Geddes rally Friday afternoon in the second half for a 20-7-9 win over Kimball / White Lake.
Hanson scored on rushes of 46 yards in the third quarter and six yards in the fourth quarter. Chase Verilek added 90 yards on 17 attempts, while Dawson Hoffman completed three passes for 41 yards, including a touchdown pass to Jackson Olsen for 21 yards in the fourth quarter for the Black Panthers. PG edged KWL 264-214 yards, but the Black Panthers forced four turnovers.
For Kimball / White Lake, Holden Havlik led the offense with 67 rushing yards on 11 attempts and scored the only touchdown for the Wildkats on a 2-yard rush in the first quarter. He also passed for 31 yards. Iden Myers has 48 yards rushing, Jacob Novak 35 yards and Levi Nightingale 28 yards.
Platte-Geddes improved to 6-2 with the win, while Kimball / White Lake finished the regular season at 2-6.
Mount Vernon / Plankinton 6, WWSSC 0
MOUNT VERNON – In a defensive battle, Mount Vernon / Plankinton managed to shut out Woonsocket / Wessington Springs / Sanborn Central and claim their seventh win of the season. The Titan’s defense proved too heavy for the WWSSC, as they kept him at a team total of just 54 offensive yards in the game. Reed Rus threw 69 yards, 5 for 9, and rushed the ball 23 times to pick up 67 yards and the only touchdown of the game early in the third quarter. Lincoln Klooz ran 12 times to add 70 yards for the Titans, while Griffin Tobin scored 43 yards on 11 receptions.
For WWSSC, Clay Olinger sent the ball 12 times, scoring 35 yards. Carter Grohs made 10 tackles, while Toby Kneen, Philip Hines and Quinten Christensen all added seven tackles.
Both teams will make the Class 11B playoffs on Thursday, October 21, with the MVP finishing at 7-1 and WWSSC at 5-3.
BEE 54, Baltic 0
BALTIC – Koby Kayser scored three first-half touchdowns to help Bridgewater-Emery / Ethan take a 42-0 halftime advantage en route to a Class 11B victory for the Seahawks on Friday afternoon .
Kayser scored at 26, 17 and 15 yards. Kaden Klumb and Clay Hohn each had short touchdown runs, and Klumb hit Sam Hofer for a 10-yard touchdown to build a big halftime lead. Taite Klumb and Skylar Hopkins each had touchdown passes to end the game due to the 50-point rule at the end of the third quarter.
BEE ends the regular season at 5-3, while Baltic ends at 1-7.
Burke 40, Gayville-Volin 34
BURKE – On a comeback, Burke beat Gayville-Volin 26-8 in the No.2 Class 9B in the fourth quarter to claim a thrilling nine-man victory on Friday night.
The Cougars reduced the game to one point at 34-33 with a touchdown pass from Ben Witt to Taron Serr from six yards with 52 seconds left. After recovering from an out kick, Witt hit Serr for a 51-yard touchdown pass to give Burke a 40-34 lead in the dying seconds. GV drove to Burke’s 11-yard line, where Brogan Glover intercepted a pass with 1 second left.
For Burke, Witt completed 17 of his 24 passes, throwing 231 yards and three touchdowns. Serr added 109 rushing yards on 14 attempts and 105 receiving yards on five catches and scored four touchdowns, two in the air and two on the ground. Bryce Frank caught the ball six times to contribute 81 yards and a touchdown, while Jackson Bauld had a rushed touchdown.
GV’s Andrew Gustad rushed the ball 19 times for 180 yards and two touchdowns. Nate Qautier threw for 126 yards and one touchdown pass, or 10 for 15, and ran 11 times to pick up 59 yards and two rushing touchdowns. Kyle Hirsch caught the ball seven times for 117 yards and one touchdown.
Burke ends the regular season with a 5-3 record, while Gayville-Volin ends at 5-2.
Gregory 42, Good Man 12
TYNDALL – Gregory ended his regular season scoring six touchdowns in a win over Bon Homme on Friday night.
For the Gorillas, Rylan Peck rushed for two touchdowns while Owen Hansen and Kade Stukel rushed for one touchdown each.
Riley Rothschadl led the Cavaliers for 166 yards, one reception from Evan Ulmer for 73 yards and three receptions from Cayden Himes for 49 yards. Isaac Crownover led the defense with 12 tackles while Chapin Cooper and Jacob Denton each had 10 tackles. Crownover also made 11 carries for 52 yards.
Gregory ends the regular season at 5-3, while Bon Homme ends the season at 3-5.
Corse-Stickney 42, Centerville 12
CORSE – Corse-Stickney ended its regular season with a 30-point victory over Centerville on Friday night.
Quarterbacks Shad Bosma passed 10 for 13 and threw 106 yards and a touchdown, and Tyson Wentland passed 9 for 11 and had 112 yards. Bosma also ran eight times to pick up 25 yards and three rushing touchdowns, while Wentland had 35 yards on three receptions and one touchdown. Carter Wright caught the ball 11 times for 102 yards and rushed eight times to pick up 67 yards and a rushing touchdown. Cole Feenstra added 70 yards on four receptions, while Caden Vandrongelen rushed the ball for the Jaguars’ final touchdown.
Cole Edberg led Centerville with 174 passing yards and two touchdowns, throwing 16 for 34. Owen Hunter caught the ball three times to pick up 62 yards and added 11 tackles, a team high. Austin Bohlman had 43 yards on seven receptions, including a 20-yard touchdown. Lane Johnson caught the other touchdown, adding 21 yards on three receptions.
Corsica-Stickney ends the regular season at 2-6, while Centerville finishes at 1-7.
Avon 30, Hitchcock-Tulare 28
AVON – Brady Bierema rushed for 190 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries in a home and away game to stay undefeated against Hitchcock-Tulare.
For Avon, Riley Rucktaeschel also ran for 43 yards and a touchdown in seven carries. The Pirates totaled 280 rushing yards.
The Patriots rushed for 284 yards, with Erik Salman in the lead with 193 yards on 31 carries. Landon Puffer added 45 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries and Kyle Hamilton had 44 yards on 10 carries. Puffer also completed four passes for 45 yards and one interception.
The Pirates end the regular season with an 8-0 record, while Hitchcock-Tulare drops to 6-3.
Parkston 66, Wolsey-Wessington 40
WOLSEY – In a 106-point attacking battle, Parkston, ranked No. 2 in Class 9AA, won his last game of the season against No. 5 Class 9A of Wolsey-Wessington.
Parkston’s Cole Prunty rushed the ball for 260 yards and scored four touchdowns, while Kolter Kramer scored a touchdown and also ran 108 yards. Quarterback Kaleb Weber had 57 yards and a touchdown.
For Wolsey-Wessington, Blaze Herdman had 238 yards and two touchdowns. Jemetrius Scott had 121 receiving yards and one scoring, while Carson Zomer also received 72 yards receiving. Marty Gohn scored two rushing touchdowns and added 51 rushing yards and eight tackles. Tate French contributed 11 tackles for WW in the effort.
Parkston ends the regular season at 6-2, while Wolsey-Wessington drops to 5-3.
MCM 41, Flandreau 18
SALEM – McCook Central / Montrose ended their regular season forcing seven turnovers in a 41-18 home win over Flandreau on Friday night.
The Fighting Cougars were led by 180 passing yards and three touchdowns from Gavin Gordon, who scored 17 for 34 in the air. Running back Trevor Hansen carried 19 times for 129 yards and a 53-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Cody Miles posted two first-quarter scores for a night of nine receptions and 90 yards.
For the Fliers, Tanner Christenson had 19 of 27 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns. Flandreau racked up 372 total yards of attack.
MCM finished the regular season at 6-2, while Flandreau fell to 2-6.
Lennox 38, Chambellan 0
LENNOX – Jackson Arlt rushed for three touchdowns and Lennox’s defense scored twice to lead the Orioles to a home win over Class 11A foe Chamberlain on Friday.
Arlt recorded touchdowns of 44, 6 and 1 yards in the game, finishing with 133 yards on 17 carries, plus 29 receiving yards. The Orioles had four sacks, two of which Triston Butler and Jace Langbehn had 11 tackles, one sack and an 85-yard fumble return for a touchdown, as Lennox led by the eventual final score at halftime.
Chamberlain led Lennox 307-265, including 231 passing yards, but the Cubs made three turnovers in the game. No individual statistics have been reported for Chamberlain.
Lennox (5-3) will travel to Canton, ranked number 2, on October 21, while Chamberlain (1-7) will close the regular season on Thursday, October 21 at Custer.
Lyman 54, Jones County 0
MURDO – Colton Collins rushed for three touchdowns in a game that saw Lyman score 54 points in the first half for the Raiders’ fourth straight win.
Collins ran for 94 yards on 10 carries to lead the Raiders against the Coyotes. Teagan Gourneau followed with 80 yards on two attempts, Rory McManus for 60 yards and Jacob Sazue for 28 yards rushing. Lyman totaled 333 rushing yards as a team. Gorneau also had 5 passing yards on a connection with Sam McClanahan.
For the Coyotes, Kaden Kinsley had 14 rushing yards in four carries and Dylan Fouss had five yards in a single carry. Kinsley also led the team in passing with seven yards on two assists. Kolten Hatheway had a reception for 11 yards.
Lyman ends the regular season at 7-1, while Jones County ends the 2021 campaign at 1-7.
TDAACDC 66, Hill City 6
HILL CITY – Tripp-Delmont / Armor / Andes Central / Dakota Christian claimed a road victory over snow-covered Black Hills on Friday night. The match ended at half-time by the 50-point rule.
Cade Faulkner finished Game 7 in 14 passing for 203 yards and four touchdowns, hitting Trey Sparks three times for 89 yards and one touchdown. Faulkner also had a rushed touchdown in the game. The other touchdown passes went to Nolan Black Cloud, Mason Reiner and Camden Bialas. Gavin Westondorf ran three times for 49 yards and two touchdowns for the Thunderhawks, who topped Hill City, 293-68. Rizon Clark had a defensive interception and a touchdown.
Devin Buehler had eight carries for 86 yards and one touchdown for Hill City in the game.
TDAACDC ends the regular season at 3-5, and the Rangers season ends at 1-7.