Late Friday results Little Sioux Dawson-Boyd 30, TMB 21 The Blackjacks notched their first win as Colin Lee ran for 124 yards and a touchdown and caught a pass for another score. Josh Aakre completed 9 of 18 passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns. Lee, who scored first for Dawson-Boyd on a 10-yard run in a 22-point second quarter, caught a 25-yard touchdown pass and Luke Bothun was on the receiving end of an 18-yard scoring strike. Bothun also score on a 10-yard interception return.
Volleyball CAMDEN NORTH Dawson-Boyd at Canby, 7:30 p.m. NON-CONFERENCE Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg at Hancock, 7:30 p.m. Redwood Valley vs. MACCRAY at Clara City, 7:30 p.m. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City at Buffalo Lake-Hector, 7:30 p.m. Boys Soccer CENTRAL LAKES Willmar at Little Falls, 5 p.m. Girls Soccer CENTRAL LAKES Little Falls at Willmar, 5 p.m. Tennis SECTION 3A Montevideo vs. Yellow Medicine East at Granite Falls, 4 p.m. Pipestone at Luverne, 4 p.m. NON-CONFERENCE New London-Spicer at Litchfield, 4:15 p.m. College Volleyball JUNIOR COLLEGE Ridgewater vs.
MAYNARD -- MACCRAY bolted to a 14-0 lead, but couldn't maintain the high-flying pace, losing to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 46-20 in the Little Sioux Conference Friday. MACCRAY opened the game with a kickoff return to the RTR 28-yard line, then Justin Koenen punched it in from six yards out.
MADISON -- A stingy defense helped Lac qui Parle Valley land its first West Central South Conference win of the season with a 21-0 shutout of Paynesville Friday. LQPV (1-3, 2-4) held the Bulldogs (1-2, 1-4) to 136 yards of offense, including 82 rushing. The Eagles got off to an early lead with a short 39-yard drive to start the game, capped by Adam Paulson's 29-yard run. LQPV used a fake punt to keep a drive alive in the third quarter, which turned into a Lars Heglund 14-yard touchdown pass from Eddie Massee. Matt Enger's 23-yard interception return gave the Eagles a 21-0 lead in the fourt
GLENWOOD -- Derrek Hyland returned a punt 86 yards for a touchdown and later hauled in a 51-yard scoring strike from Jordan Hendricks, who threw three touchdowns, as Minnewaska upended New London-Spicer 33-7 in a West Central North Conference football game Friday. Hendricks fired a 10-yard touchdown pass to Brady Mensing, who ran for a game-high 114 yards, in the first quarter and Hyland's punt return in the second gave Minnewaska (2-2, 2-3) a 14-0 lead.
The KRA Speedway second annual Demolition Derby will be held at 5 p.m. today at the Kandiyohi County Fairgrounds. For more information, phone Paul Thompson at 796-2950.
The West Central South and North Conference tennis tournaments are scheduled to be played today. The South half will begin at 9 a.m. today in Montevideo. Teams in the South are Benson, Lac qui Parle Valley, Montevideo, Morris and Yellow Medicine East. The North will be begin at 9:30 a.m. in St. Cloud. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle, Melrose, Minnewaska, New London-Spicer, St. Cloud Cathedral and Sauk Centre are the participants.
OLIVIA -- Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City missed two extra-point attempts after regulation, but it didn't matter as the Falcons didn't allow BOLD to score in the second overtime session and posted a 12-6 win Friday in the West Central South Conference to remain unbeaten. Neither team, which were both ranked in the AP Class AA poll, reached the red zone in a scoreless regulation and combined to boot 16 punts. No. 4 ACGC (3-0, 5-0) got as far as the BOLD 27 midway through the third quarter, but turned the ball over on downs. Late in the second quarter No.
SAUK RAPIDS -- The Willmar Cardinals' three-week road trip which began in high spirits and with a 3-0 record has turned into a bumpy ride with a motor leaking oil and tires going flat. Sauk Rapids, which had given up 90 points in its last two games, blanked the Cardinals 21-0 at the Storm homecoming on Friday in Central Lakes Conference football. It was the first win for Bill Magnuson's team and avenged a 20-12 loss to Willmar and his former Minnesota-Morris teammate Ken Heitzman.
WATERTOWN -- Daren Sangfren and Josh Rose scored twice each as Litchfield routed Watertown-Mayer 38-13 in a Wright County Conference game Friday night. The Dragons (4-0, 5-0) led 31-0 at intermission but failed on three runs and a pass play attempt for the two-point conversions. Osvaldo Sanchez, a foreign exchange student, solved the minor problem by booting the last two conversions for a 38-0 lead after three quarters. Rose scored on a two-yard run and a nine-yard pass reception.