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Prep Football: Tigers outshoot Cardinals

HUTCHINSON — Friday night's contest in Hutchinson turned into a shootout and Willmar just quite couldn't keep pace, falling 46-38.

The Cardinals opened up a 16-0 lead thanks to two touchdown runs by Ethan Roux, but the Tigers stormed right back to the tune of 26 unanswered points leading into the half.

That's when Cardinals quarterback Donald Jurek got thing rolling. The senior would go on to throw for 307 yards and three touchdowns.

Noah Slagter was on the receiving end of 12 of Jurek's passes and 162 yards for an impressive performance.

In the end, though, Hutchinson's offense was too much for a Cardinals defense that gave up plenty of yards but just two scores in a week one victory over Fergus Falls. The Tigers racked up 208 yards on the ground and 356 total yards of offense.

Willmar out-gained Hutchinson on the evening with 443 yards, but failed to convert three fourth downs and had another turnover on an interception.

The Cardinals will look to bounce back with a game at home against Princeton next Friday.

Hutchinson 46, Willmar 38

Willmar (1-1) 16 0 8 14 — 38

Hutchinson (2-0) 12 14 6 14 — 46

Scoring Plays

W — Ethan Roux 34 run (Roux run)

W — Roux 1 run (Jake Evans pass from Donald Jurek)

H — Josiah Nelson 1 run (PAT fail)

H — Maguire Peterson 50 run (PAT fail)

W— Caleb Ditmarson 39 pass from Donald Jurek (Nick Prokosch pass from Jurek)

H — Peterson 12 run (PAT fail)

W — Nick Prokosch 5 pass from Jurek (PAT fail)

H — Christian Kurth 3 run (Russell Corrigan run)

H — Josiah Nelson 6 run (PAT fail)

W — Roux 10 pass from Jurek (Caleb Owens pass from Jurek)

Willmar

First downs: 22 ... Penalties: 7-57 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Donald Jurek 15-69, Ethan Roux 10-66, Caleb Owens 1-1. 26-136 ... Passing (Individual and team): Donald Jurek 30-45-307-1. 30-45-307-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Noal Slagter 12-162, Caleb Ditmarson 7-74, Nick Prokosch 5-31, Roux 3-16, Jake Evans 1-11, Ryan Slette 1-8, Austin Kowalczyk 1-5. 30-307 ... Interceptions: Bryce Erickson 1 ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): Justin Sik 3-2, Erickson 2-7, Ben Hisken 2-6, Andrew Reigstad 1-5, Roux 0-8, Prokosch 0-5, Tayler Tjaden 0-6 ... QB sacks: none

Hutchinson

First downs: 19 ... Penalties: 5-45 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Josiah Nelson 21-91, Maguire Peterson 6-78, Tyler Schiller 9-36. 44-208 ... Passing (Individual and team): Lane Glaser 8-10-148-0. 8-12-148-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Petersen 3-69, Russell Corrigan 4-48, Brooks Telecky 1-31. 8-148 ... Interceptions: Peterson 1 ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist):Peterson 8-4, Cody Kurth 7-8, Ben Hjerpe 4-1, Austin Dettman 3-6, Ethan Beffert 1-4 ... QB sacks: Hjerpe 1, A Kuttner 1

Paynesville 44, Melrose 20

Zach Schroeder scampered for 105 yards on 13 carries, including a 51-yard touchdown run as Paynesville bullied Melrose to a 44-20 victory.

SChroeder accounted for three of the Bulldogs' touchdowns, including the first two in the opening quarter. Jake Arnold, Max Weidner and Carter Carlson all scored as well.

The Bulldogs outran Melrose 245-125 and Weidner proved to be efficient through the air, completed nine of his 15 pass attempts for 142 yards.

Melrose (2-0) 0 7 6 7 — 20

Paynesville (1-1) 14 14 16 0 — 44

Scoring Plays

P — Zach Schroeder 1 pass from Max Weidner (2-pt. PAT failed)

P — Schroeder 1 run (Schroeder run)

M — Traeton Keaveny 4 run (Kick good)

P — Jake Arnold 16 run (Sam Oehrlein run)

P — Weidner 1 run (2-pt. PAT failed)

M — name not available punt return (2-pt. PAT failed)

P — Schroeder 51 run (Jake Arnold run)

P — Carter Carlson 2 run (Carlson run)

M — Keaveny 34 pass from Reegan Nelson (Kick good)

Melrose

First downs: 12 ... Penalties: 5-21 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Trenton Keaveny 10-55, Luke Glasener 7-39, Moises Romero 4-18, Brady Helmin 3-17, Bradley Hellermann 3-9, Karter Wensmann 1-9, Reegan Nelson 4-(-2). 38-125 ... Passing (Individual and team): Nelson 4-11-101-1. 4-11-101-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Jesse Middendorf 2-51, Glasener 2-50 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): Glasener 7-1, Adam Helmin 6-2, Sam Austin 4-0, Sam Bussmann 3-0 ... QB sacks: none

Paynesville

First downs: 18 ... Penalties: 6-80 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Zach Schroeder 13-105, Jake Arnold 6-50, Josh Kranz 5-43, Carter Carlson 5-24, Max Weidner 15-22, Shawn Rue 1-1. 45-245 ... Passing (Individual and team): Weidner 9-15-142-0. 9-15-142-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Sam Oehrlein 3-61, Levi Bast 2-39, Grant Ludwig 2-38, Schroeder 2-4 ... Interceptions: Weidner 1 ... Fumble recoveries: Names not available 2 ... Tackles (solo-assist): Schroeder 4-1, Bast 4-2, Josiah Walz 3-2, Jacob Bertram 3-1, Daltin Christinsen 2-1, Jack Poepping 2-1 ... QB sacks: none

Holy Family 17, Litchfield 14

Holy Family's Sam Winfield tipped a pitch, knocked it in the end zone and he recovered the ball for a third-quarter touchdown and what would be the game-winning score at Litchfield on Friday.

Litchfield's Logan Nelson carried 33 times for 187 yards and both Dragon touchdowns.

Litchfield's Brandt Pedersen caught three passes for 18 yards, and he also intercepted a pass and led the team with 12 tackles.

Holy Family (2-0) 7 3 7 0 — 17

Litchfield (1-1) 0 7 7 0 — 14

Scoring Plays

HF — Sam Reigert 1 run (Colin Neve kick)

L — Logan Nelson 5 run (Matt Wedin kick)

HF — Neve 21 field goal

L — Nelson 13 run (Wedin kick)

HF — Sam Winfield fumble recovery in end zone

Holy Family

First downs: 14 ... Penalties: 9-84 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Nick Hendler 12-102, Jacob Zay 14-46, Sam Reigert 8-26. 40-210 ... Passing (Individual and team): Nick Lynch 1-2-12-0, Zay 4-7-34-1. 5-9-46-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Hendler 3-27. 5-46 ... Interceptions: None ... Fumble recoveries: NA ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: NA

Litchfield

First downs: 13 ... Penalties: 8-50 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Logan Nelson 33-187, Dylan Madsen 2-5, Isaac Rick 1-4, Max Tibbits 3-(-10). 39-186 ... Passing (Individual and team): Tibbits 5-10-31-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Brandt Pedersen 3-18, Madsen 1-10, Trevor Meyer 1-3. 5-21 ... Interceptions: Pedersen 1 ... Fumble recoveries: None ... Tackles (solo-assist): Pedersen 12, Caleb Bartlett 12, Matt Wedin 11, Jack Osterberg 8, Zach Kaiser 8 ... QB sacks: Kal Jackman 1

BOLD 39, Osakis 14

BOLD rolled to an impressive victory over Osakis on Friday night thanks to a big night behind a big night from wide receiver Luke Ryan.

Ryan ran wild against the Silverstreaks secondary, catching four passes for 211 yards and three scores.

Quarterback Jordan Sagedahl also posted a night to remember as threw for 287 yards and five touchdowns.

As a team, five rushers combined for 224 yards on the ground for the Warriors, who jumped out to a 27-0 lead in the second quarter.

Next up for BOLD is a home game against Sauk Centre next Friday.

BOLD (2-0) 19 14 0 6 — 39

Osakis (1-1) 0 7 7 7 0 — 14

Scoring Plays

B— Austin Einerson 2 run (Jack Peppel kick)

B— Luke Ryan 73 pass from Jordan Sagedahl (Kick no good)

B— Ryan 21 pass from Sagedahl (Run fail)

B— Gavin Vosika 26 pass from Sagedahl (Einerson pass from Sagedahl)

O — Colton Waldvogel 27 run (Kick good)

B — Ryan 74 yard pass from Sagedahl (Kick fail)

O — Ben Duchene 24 interception return (Kick good)

B — Vosika 29 pass from Sagedahl (Kick fail)

BOLD

First downs: 13 ... Penalties: 3-30 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Hayden Tersteeg 7-24 , Gavin Vosika 9-54, Jordan Sagedahl 4-35, Austin Einerson 8-47, Sam Marks 4-36. 35-224 ... Passing (Individual and team): Jordan Sagedahl 7-12-287-1. 7-12-287-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Luke Ryan 4-211, Vosika 2-55, Einerson 1-11. 12-287 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: Dawson Vosika 1 ... Tackles (solo-assist): Tersteeg 3-11, Cade Morse 0-12, D Vosika 3-11, Einerson 0-8, Riley Weis 0-8, Jack Peppel 2-6, Devin Gluesing 1-6, G Vosika 3-4, Sagedahl 1-6 ... QB sacks: Peppel 2.5, G Vosika 1, Einerson 0.5

Osakis

First downs: 10 ... Penalties: 3-34 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Luke Imdieke 16-71, Tristan Stoetzel 6-18, Colton Waldvogel 10-70. 45-173 ... Passing (Individual and team): Daniel Sazageau 1-4-37-0. 1-5-37-0... Receiving (Individual and team): Jaret Feela 1-37. 1-37 ... Interceptions: Ben Duchene 1 ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): N/A ... QB sacks: N/A

E/E 46, RCW 22

Edgerton/Ellsworth scored 40 unanswered points and downed Renville County West on Friday in Danube.

RCW's Jack Howard ran for two long scores in the fourth quarter and he threw a 15-yard scoring pass to Jamie Castillo in the first quarter that gave the Jaguars a short-lived lead.

Howard finished with 128 yards on just 10 carries and he also threw for 109 yards. Axel Zaragoza picked up 51 yards on only three carries, and Trent Kjersten caught three passes for 62 yards.

RCW travels to Maynard to take on MACCRAY at 7 p.m. Friday.

Edgerton/Ellsworth 12 26 0 8 — 46

Renville County West 7 0 0 15 — 22

Scoring Plays

EE — Carl Haag 7 run (run failed)

R — Jamie Castillo 15 pass from Jack Howard (Castillo kick)

EE — Tannan Groen 10 run (pass failed)

EE — Groen 35 interception return (Haag run)

EE — Trey Gilbertson 23 pass from Landon Buckridge (pass failed)

EE — Jeffrey Swenson 3 run (run failed)

EE — Gilbertson 20 pass from Buckridge (run failed)

EE — Buckridge 2 run (Groen run)

R — Howard 68 run (Tino Salinas pass from Trent Kjersten)

R — Howard 44 run (Castillo kick)

Edgerton/Ellsworth

First downs: 18 ... Penalties: 7-40 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Jeffrey Swenson 23-119, Haag 11-79, Groen 11-50. 56-318 ... Passing (Individual and team): Landon Buckridge 3-5-70-0. ... Receiving (Individual and team): Gilbertson 2-43, RJ Bogstad 1-27. 3-70 ... Interceptions: Groen 1, Brayden Kuiper 1, Buckridge 1 ... Fumble recoveries: 1 ... Tackles (solo-assist): Buckridge 3, Swenson 2, Gilbertson 2, Mitchell Schaap 2 ... QB sacks: None

Renville County West

First downs: 9 ... Penalties: 5-30 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Jack Howard 10-128, Axel Zaragoza 3-51, George Ramirez 7-24, Devon Baird 3-6. 27-208 ... Passing (Individual and team): Howard 6-15-109-3 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Trent Kjersten 3-62, Jamie Castillo 2-30, Jaden Kolkner 1-17 ... Interceptions: None ... Fumble recoveries: Trent Kjersten 1 ... Tackles (solo-assist): Kjersten 5, Kolkner 4, Brenden Nelson 3, Eric Picino 2, Castillo 1, Andy Villarreal 1, Zach Rice 1, Tino Salinas 1, Kyle Miller 1, Zaragosa 1, Bryce Wordes 1, Jake Haney 1, Nate Schmidt 1, Baird 1 ... QB sacks: None

Sauk Centre 34, Benson 14

Sauk Centre scored 22 straight points to start the game Friday and never looked back.

Casey Schirmers was efficient at quarterback for the Mainstreeters with two of his three completions going for touchdowns. He finished 3-for-4 for 132 yards and two touchdown passes to Royal Weber that went 55 and 61 yards each.

Benson's Matt Tolifson scored the two touchdowns for the Braves. First, he scored on a nine-yard run in the second quarter and an eight-yard touchdown catch in the fourth quarter.

Sauk Centre's Hunter Fletcher ran for a game-high 137 yards on 17 touches.

Benson will look to grab win No. 1 at Osakis next week.

Sauk Centre (1-1) 22 6 6 0 — 34

Benson (0-2) 0 6 0 8 — 14

Scoring Plays

S — Hunter Fletcher 9 run (Pass failed)

S — Royal Weber 55 pass from Casey Schirmers (Andrew Bick run)

S — Weber 61 pass from Schirmers (Weber pass from Schirmers)

B — Matt Tolifson 9 run (Pass failed)

S — Fletcher 1 run (Kick blocked)

S — Fletcher 4 run (Kick blocked)

B — Tolifson 8 pass from Will Enderson (Devin Vergin run)

Sauk Centre

First downs: 14 ... Penalties: 8-65 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Hunter Fletcher 17-137, Irvin Brenes 7-37, Andrew Bick 7-26, Casey Schirmers 2-17, Dylan Haskamp 1-14. 44-224... Passing (Individual and team): Schirmers 3-4-132-0. 3-4-132-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Royal Weber 2-116, Brenes 1-16. 3-132 ... Interceptions: Weber 1, Ryan Kolstad 1 ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: Zach Presida 1

Benson

First downs: 13 ... Penalties: 6-38 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Will Enderson 7-30, Aaron Zosel 14-17, Devin Vergin 4-16, Adam Zosel 4-15, Matt Tolifson 1-9. 31-83 ... Passing (Individual and team): Enderson 11-18-134-2. 11-18-134-2 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Tolifson 6-75, Aaron Zosel 4-48, Matt Goossen 1-11. 11-134 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): Goossen 6-4, Aaron Zosel 4-4, Kaden Schmidt 5-2, Matt Ebnets 3-3, Sam Lundebrek 2-4 ... QB sacks: Lundebrek 1

KMS 25, Browerville 13

KMS ran its record to 2-0 with another win over Browerville on Friday in Murdock.

The Saints upset the state-bound Tigers last season and big plays helped the Saints repeat the outcome.

Caleb Collins scored on runs of 56 and 34 yards and he threw a 65-yard scoring pass to Brandon Rasmussen. Weston Gjerde scored KMS' first TD on a 19-yard run in a 19-point second-quarter that put the Saints up by 12 at halftime.

Collins ran for 103 yards and threw for 127. Rasmussen also made 11 solo stops and Ryan Torkelson had nine solo tackles.

The Saints travel to Swanville to take on USA at 7 p.m. Friday.

Browerville 0 7 6 0 — 13

KMS (2-0) 0 19 6 0 — 25

Scoring Plays

B — Dalton Butler 20 run (Chris Braaten kick)

K — Weston Gjerde 19 run (Caleb Collins kick)

K — Brandon Rasmussen 65 pass from Collins (kick failed)

K — Collins 34 run (run failed)

B — Butler 20 run (pass failed)

K — Collins 56 run (kick failed)

Browerville

First downs: 13 ... Penalties: 5-35 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Butler 28-140, Lucas Iten 8-47. 47-231 ... Passing (Individual and team): Brady Emery 3-15-11-2 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Iten 3-11 ... Interceptions: 1 ... Fumble recoveries: None ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: NA

KMS

First downs: 10 ... Penalties: 5-25 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Collins 8-103, Gjerde 5-50, Dylan Rudningen 20-36. 33-189 ... Passing (Individual and team): Collins 4-12-127-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Ryan Torkelson 2-39, Gjerde 1-23, Rasmussen 1-65. 4-127 ... Interceptions: Rudningen 1, Gjerde 1 ... Fumble recoveries: 1 ... Tackles (solo-assist): Rasmussen 11-2, Torkelson 9-2, Rudningen 6-1, Josh Peterson 5-1, Christian Diedrich 4-2 ... QB sacks: None

Morris/CA 41, Montevideo 15

Morris/Chokio-Alberta scored three second-quarter touchdowns to take control of the game and the Tigers cruised to a West Central Conference victory on Friday at Big Cat Stadium in Morris.

Matt McNeill, Camden Arndt and Connor Koebernick scored rushing TDs in the second quarter to help the Tigers build a 27-7 lead at the break.

Nathan Beyer scored two second-half touchdowns to ice the game.

Beyer ran for 82 yards and Arndt rushed for 74 yards and he also threw a 24-yard scoring pass to Jaret Johnson.

Montevideo's Trent Dreyer rushed for 63 yards and a touchdown and Cam Ward scored the Thunder Hawks' other TD in the fourth quarter.

Montevideo (0-2) 0 7 0 8 — 15

Morris/CA (1-1) 7 20 7 7— 41

Scoring Plays

MCA — Matt McNeill 4 run (Eli Grove kick)

MCA — Camden Arndt 35 run (kick failed)

MCA — Connor Koebernick 2 run (Grove kick)

Mon — Trent Dreyer 9 run (Selvin Hernandez kick)

MCA — Jaret Johnson 24 pass from Arndt (Grove kick)

MCA — Nathan Beyer 7 run (Grove kick)

MCA — Beyer 35 run (Grove kick)

Mon — Cam Ward 2 run (Jonah Sulflow run)

Montevideo

First downs: 16 ... Penalties: 9-60 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Dreyer 6-63, Sulflow 7-58, Brady Hogrefe 7-32, Chase Korte 7-31, Ward 7-26, Isaiah Edmunds 2-23, Blaine Sederstrom 5-14, Isaac Hoogeveen 4-4, Hunter Ward 2-2. 47-253 ... Passing (Individual and team): Hoogeveen 2-12-22-1, Tyler Blue 1-3-9-0. 3-15-31-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Dreyer 1-11, Sederstrom 1-11, Jackson Snell 1-9. 3-31 ... Interceptions: None ... Fumble recoveries: None ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: NA

Morris/Chokio-Alberta

First downs: 14 ... Penalties: 6-45 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Nathan Beyer 16-82, Arndt 9-74, Colton Scheldorf 4-46, McNeill 8-32, Koebernick 4-10, Cameron Koebernick 1-5. 42-249 ... Passing (Individual and team): Connor Koebernick 1-3-31-0, Arndt 1-1-24-0. 2-4-55-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Arndt 1-31, Johnson 1-24. 2-55 ... Interceptions: Alex Dougherty 1 ... Fumble recoveries: 1 ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: NA

Minneota 48, Dawson-Boyd 21

Minneota started with a pair of touchdowns and finished the game with a 21-0 run to defeat Dawson-Boyd 48-21.

Minneota's Isaac Hennen accounted for three touchdowns on the game including a 39-yard touchdown reception and a 65-yard touchdown run for Class A's No. 7 team. He finished the game with 147 rushing yards on 14 carries and a team-high four catches for 64 yards.

Dawson-Boyd's Colton Husby scored a pair of touchdowns with 100 rushing yards on 15 carries.

Dawson-Boyd (1-1) 0 7 14 0 — 21

Minneota (2-0) 13 7 7 21 — 48

Scoring Plays

M — Isaac Hennen 39 pass from Alex Pohlen (Landon Rolbiecki kick)

M — Brant Buysse 33 pass from Pohlen (Kick failed)

D — Bentley Boike 7 run (Kick good)

M — Thomas Hennen 10 punt return (Rolbiecki kick)

D — Colton Husby 40 run (Kick failed)

M — Isaac Hennen 65 run (Rolbiecki kick)

D — Husby 2 run (Husby run)

M — Isaac Hennen 4 run (Hennen run)

M — Landon Abraham 6 pass from Pohlen (Rolbiecki kick)

M — Tanner Sik 43 run (Kick failed)

Dawson-Boyd

First downs: 16 ... Penalties: 3-17 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Colton Husby 15-100, Bentley Boike 21-84, Josh Anyasike 4-37, Alex Swenson 6-(-22). 46-199 ... Passing (Individual and team): Swenson 7-14-97-0, Jake Lee 0-1-0-0. 7-15-97-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Anyasike 2-56, Keaton Schuelke 2-28, Jeraco Parsa 2-13, Husby 1-0. 7-97 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): Alex Schmitt 5-3, Husby 4-3, Kolten Lindblad 3-0, Swenson 2-0, Anyasike 2-3 ... QB sacks: none

Minneota

First downs: 15 ... Penalties: 5-10 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Isaac Hennen 14-147, Tanner Sik 2-44, Cole Sanow 9-32, Alex Pohlen 3-29. 29-240 ... Passing (Individual and team): Pohlen 10-16-142-0. 10-16-142-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): I Hennen 4-64, Thomas Hennen 3-39, Brant Buysse 1-33, Landon Abraham 1-6 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): I Hennen 5-1, Shawn Buysse 4-5, Ethan Krier 4-4, Pohlen 3-2, Landon Rolbiecki 3-5 ... QB sacks: S Buysse 1, Mitchell Rost 1, Logan Sussner 1

Rothsay 52, Hancock 40

Kaleb Koehl threw for 269 yards and rushed for 179 more, but Hancock came up short in a shootout against Rothsay on Friday night.

The teams exchanged blows throughout the night, but a stretch of three unanswered touchdowns helped put Rothsay over the top.

Noah Kannegiesser had 118 receiving yards and three touchdowns for the Owls, while Tyler Timmerman caught eight passes for 115 and one touchdown.

Rothsay (2-0) 20 6 6 16 — 52

Hancock (1-1) 20 6 6 8 — 40

Scoring Plays

R — Name not available 11 run (PAT fail)

H — Kaleb Koehl 65 run (Koehl run)

R — Name not avaiable 29 run (PAT fail)

H — Noah Kannegiesser 21 pass from Koehl (Kick fail)

R — Name not available 53 run (Conversion good)

H — Kannegiesser 40 pass from Koehl (PAT fail)

H — Kannegiesser 20 pass from Koehl (PAT fail)

R — Name not available 10 run (Conversion good)

H — Tyler Timmerman 18 pass from Koehl (PAT fail)

R— Name not available 1 run (Conversion good)

R — Name not available 1 run (Conversion good)

R — Name not available 7 run (Conversion good)

H — Koehl 5 run (Kannegiesser run)

Rothsay

Stats not available.

Hancock

First downs: 20 ... Penalties: 7-13 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Kaleb Koehl 14-179. 15-177 ... Passing (Individual and team): Koehl 17-33-269-1. 17-33-269-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Noah Kannegiesser 6-118, Tyler Timmerman 8-115, Connor Reese 1-21, Cole Reese 1-8, Zach Flaten 1-7. 17-269 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): N/A ... QB sacks: N/A

Other scores

Lac qui Parle Valley 14, Lakeview 12

Wabasso 39, Yellow Medicine East 6

BBE 12, Kimball 6

Cleveland 63, Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 7

See Monday's Tribune for more details.

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