Football Friday: LQPV survives

Eagles prevail in tight battle with YME

MADISON Lac qui Parle Valley overcame an 18-7 deficit in the second half to snap a three-game losing skid, beating Yellow Medicine East 19-18 in Southwest West district play Friday.

On offense, both of the Sting’s touchdowns came from Cody Dahlager and Hunter Johnson as the duo combined for scoring passes of 13 and 10 yards. Dahlager was 9 of 18 passing for 112 yards while Johnson grabbed four balls for 45 yards. On defense, Carter Sneller took an interception 59 yards for a score in the second quarter.

LQPV hosts Lakeview on Friday while YME travels to Dawson-Boyd.


YME (1-5) 6 6 6 0 — 18
LQPV (2-4) 7 0 6 6 — 19
Scoring Plays
LQPV – Name unavailable 77 kickoff return (kick good)
YME – Hunter Johnson 13 pass from Cody Dahlager (2-pt failed)
YME – Carter Sneller 59 interception return (2-pt failed)
YME – Johnson 10 pass from Cody Dahlager (2-pt failed)
LQPV – Name unavailable 34 pass (kick failed)
LQPV – Name unavailable 7 pass (2-pt failed)

Yellow Medicine East

First downs: 16 … Penalties: 4-45 … Rushing (Individual and team): Cody Dahlager 11-39, Angel Jimenez 11-39, Oscar Galvin 10-30, Carter Sneller 9-5. 41-113 … Passing (Individual and team): Dahlager 9-18-112-1, Sneller 0-1-0-1. 9-19-112-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Jaiden Jimenez 2-46, Hunter Johnson 4-45, A. Jimenez 1-20, Sneller 2-1 … Interceptions: Sneller 1 … Fumble recoveries: Galvin 1 … Tackles (solo-assist): Cole Fischer 4-0, A. Jimenez 3-1, Johnson 3-0, Keaton Anderson 3-1 … QB sacks: None

Lac qui Parle Valley

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