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Area football roundup

September 22, 2012
Marshall Independent

Minneota/Lincoln HI 18, Dawson-Boyd 14

The Minneota/Lincoln HI football team kept top-ranked Dawson-Boyd's potent offense out of the end zone for the entire second half and handed the Blackjacks their first loss since the 2010 season in an 18-14 win Friday night in Dawson.

All the scoring in the game was done in the first half.

Minneota/Lincoln HI (3-1 overall, 2-1 Little Sioux Conference) took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter after capping a 13-play drive with a two-yard touchdown run by Jeff Gladis.

Dawson-Boyd (3-1, 3-1) answered early in the second quarter and tied the game with a three-yard touchdown run by Justin Lee, who finished the game with 19 carries for 80 yards.

The Vikings retook the lead with the first of two big passes from Austin Buysse to Nathan Pavek. Buysse hooked up with Pavek for an 80-yard touchdown strike to put the Vikings up 12-0, and after Dawson-Boyd answered back with a five-yard pass from Joey Lee to Nathaniel Huot, Minneota/Lincoln HI had another quick strike when Pavek caught a 41-yard touchdown pass from Buysse.

The defenses of the two teams stepped up in the second half, and Minneota/Lincoln HI foiled a last-ditch effort by the Blackjacks in the waning seconds of the fourth quarter thanks to a couple of sacks on the quarterback.

Buysse finished the game 14 of 26 passing for 265 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Pavek had four catches for 158 yards and his two touchdowns.

Joey Lee was 10-for-18 passing for 109 yards and one touchdown.

The Blackjacks will try to rebound next Friday with a road game against Adrian, while the Vikings look to build on their momentum in a home game against Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.

Minneota/LHI6 12 0 0-18

Dawson-Boyd0 14 0 0-14

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

M/LHI-Jeff Gladis 2 run (PAT fail)

Second Quarter

DB-Justin Lee 3 run (Easton Popma kick)

M/LHI-Nathan Pavek 80 pass from Austin Buysse (PAT fail)

DB-Nathaniel Huot 5 pass from Joey Lee (Popma kick)

M/LHI-Pavek 41 pass from Buysse (PAT fail)

Third Quarter

No scoring

Fourth Quarter

No scoring


Rushing: M/LHI-Jeff Gladis 19-89, Isaac Josephson 8-23; DB-Justin Lee 19-80, Joey Lee 5-29, Garth Ochsendorf 3-28.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): M/LHI-Austin Buysse 14-26-265-2; DB-Joey Lee 10-18-109-0.

Receiving: Nathan Pavek 4-158, Josephson 6-73, Grant Hennen 2-25; DB-Nathaniel Huot 6-96.

Wabasso 20, Springfield 14

The Wabasso football team did all its scoring in the first half, then held on for a 20-14 win over Springfield Friday night in Wabasso, handing the Tigers their first loss of the season.

Blake Altermatt had a 22-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter to get Wabasso on the board first.

In the second quarter, Wabasso scored on a four-yard pass from Neil Eichten to Scott Jenniges, then capped a drive with a one-yard touchdown run by Tanner Bock with 18 seconds left in the half to go up 20-0 at halftime.

Altermatt had 27 carries for 121 yards, and Bock added eight carries for 108 yards.

The Rabbits (2-2 overall) came up with five turnovers in the game. Seth Guetter, Altermatt and Cole Brand each had an interception, and Alex Schroepfer had two fumble recoveries.

Wabasso hits the road for a Southern Minnesota Conference game against New Ulm Cathedral next Friday.

Springfield0 0 6 8-14

Wabasso6 14 0 0-20

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

W-Blake Altermatt 22 interception return (kick fail), 5:33

Second Quarter

W-Scott Jenniges 4 pass from Neil Eichten (Altermatt pass from Eichten), 6:03

W-Tanner Bock 1 run (pass fail), 0:18

Third Quarter

S-Zach Wells 2 run (pass fail), 3:33

Fourth Quarter

S-Cooper Scheffler 26 pass from Jacob Menage (run good), 2:25


Rushing: Blake Altermatt 27-121, Tanner Bock 8-108.

Passing(comp-att-yards-int): Neil 3-7-16-1.

Receiving: Scott Jenniges 2-7, Altermatt 1-9.

Tackles: Matt Zeug 12, Dalton Taylor 10.

Interceptions: Seth Guetter, Altermatt, Cole Brand.

FR: Alex Schoepfer 2.

Sacks: Zeug 2.5.

Canby 42, MACCRAY 32

After trailing 6-0 after the first quarter, the Canby football team turned on the offense, scoring two touchdowns in each of the three remaining quarters to take a 42-32 win over MACCRAY in Clara City on Friday night.

The Lancers moved to 4-0 on the season and in the Little Sioux Conference with the win, while MACCRAY drops to 0-4.

Wyatt Kraus scored five touchdowns in the game and had 343 yards rushing to go with 70 yards receiving.

Michael Slaba accounted for the other touchdown, a 35-yard pass from Michael Sisk, who was 7-for-13 for 196 yards passing.

Canby will be in action again on Friday when the Lancers play host to Worthington in non-conference action.

Canby0 14 14 14-42

MACRRAY6 0 14 12-32

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

M-Brandon Bratsch 42 pass from Dylan Abraham (pass failed)

Second Quarter

C-Wyatt Kraus 8 run (kick failed)

C-Michael Slaba 35 pass from Michael Sisk (Kraus run)

Third Quarter

C-Kraus 70 pass from Sisk (Brett Hansen kick)

M-Nate Zurn 50 pass from Abraham (Aaron Jaenisch pass from Abraham)

M-Taylor Thissen 22 pass from Abraham (run failed)

C-Kraus 3 run (Hansen kick)

Fourth Quarter

M-Jaenisch 15 pass from Abraham (pass failed)

C-Kraus 48 run (kick failed)

M-Bratsch 54 pass from Abraham (run failed)

C-Kraus 8 run (Sisk run)



C-Kraus 39-343, Sisk 8-16, Austin Campbell 4-6; M-Abraham 12-51, Nick Zimmer 10-49, Jaenisch 3-19, Thissen 1-36.

Passing C-Sisk 7-13-196-0; M-Abraham 11-20-240-0.

Receiving: C-Slaba 4-95, Tate Citrowske 2-27, Kraus 1-70; M-Thissen 2-30, Jaenisch 4-53, Zimmer 1-13, Zurn 1-50, Bratsch 2-96.

Adrian 28, MCC 8

The Adrian football team jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter over Murray County Central and the Rebels was unable to mount a comeback, falling to the Dragons 28-8 in Slayton on Friday night in Little Sioux Conference play

Ben Loosbrock scored the lone touchdown for MCC (1-3 overall, 1-3 Little Sioux), punching in a one-yard touchdown run with 4 minutes, 30 seconds left in the second quarter. Mitch Reinsma added the two-point conversion run to make it 14-8, but the Dragons (4-0, 4-0) added six points to their lead in the fourth quarter to seal the 28-8 victory.

Jack Thony had 19 carries for 97 yards, while Reinsma had 17 carries for 84 yards in the loss. Defensively, Grant Bose pulled down a pick for the Rebels, while Devin Miranowski had 13 tackles.

MCC will play host to Lakeview in Slayton next Friday, while Adrian will play host to Dawson-Boyd.

Adrian14 8 0 6-28

MCC0 8 0 0-8

First Quarter

A-Jordan Dingmann 22 run (Jake Tiede kick), 8:43

A-Nate Loosbrock 28 pass from Logan Rogers (Tiede kick), 1:39

Second Quarter

M-Ben Loosbrock 1 run (Mitch Reinsma run), 4:30

A-Logan Rogers 6 run (Jordan Preuss pass from N. Loosbrock), 1:38

Third Quarter

No scoring

Fourth Quarter

A-Jake Diekmann 5 run (kick failed), 1:44


Rushing: A-Jordan Dingmann 20-115, Logan Rogers 10-66; M-Jack Thony 19-97, Mitch Reinsma 17-94, Ben Loosbrock 8-43.

Passing: A-Rogers 2-5-50-1; M-Seth Bass 1-6-(-6)-0.

Receiving: A-Nate Loosbrock 2-58.

Tackles: A-Jake Diekmann 16, Adam Garms 12; M-Devin Miranowski 13, Aaron Benson 9, Logan Kluis 9.

INT: M-Grant Bose.

Redwood Valley 42, Lakeview 14

Redwood Valley scored 28 first-half points against Lakeview and rolled to a 42-14 win over the Lakers Friday night in Cottonwood.

Alec Koster threw for two touchdowns in the first half that went 40 or more yards, one to Tyler Kohout in the first quarter and one to Austin Kretsch in the second quarter.

Lakeview quarterback Taylor Pickthorn finished the game 12-for-30 passing for 90 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. Cody St. Aubin had 12 carries for 43 yards, and also three catches for 26 yards. Jonah Dovre had six grabs for 58 yards.

The Lakers (0-4 overall) return to Little Sioux Conference action next Friday when they travel to Slayton to face Murray County Central.

Redwood Valley14 14 7 7-42

Lakeview0 0 6 8-14

Scoring Quarter

First Quarter

RV-Tyler Kohout 40 pass from Alec Koster (Aidan Dirlam kick good), 8:15

RV-Koster 2 run (Dirlam kick), 5:14

Second Quarter

RV-Mitch Fischer 4 run (Dirlam kick), 2:06

RV-Austin Kretsch 44 pass from Koster (Dirlam kick), 0:43

Third Quarter

LV-Jonah Dovre 13 pass from Taylor Pickthorn (pass fail), 7:30

RV-Dirlam 12 run (Dirlam kick), 6:28

Fourth Quarter

LV-Cody St. Aubin 2 run (St. Aubin run), 4:48

RV-Cade Johnson 55 run (Dirlam kick), 3:12


Rushing: Cody St. Aubin 12-43, Stephen Timm 6-13, Derek Larsen 7-19.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Taylor Pickthron 12-30-90-2.

Receiving: Jonah Dovre 6-58, St. Aubin 3-26.

Tackles: D. Larsen 7, Timm 5.

FR: Dovre.

FF: Jacob Neu.

Edgerton/Ellsworth 70, WWG 16

Isaac Heard threw for 197 yards and five touchdowns to lead Edgerton/Ellsworth to a dominant 70-16 win over Westbrook-Walnut Grove Friday in a a Southern Minnesota Confederacy game played in Edgerton.

Edgerton/Ellsworth, which improved to 3-1 on the season, held a 54-0 lead at halftime.

The Chargers were held to 42 rushing yards on 27 carries. WWG quarterback John Elzenga completed 14 of 22 passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns.

WWG (2-2 overall) plays on the road next Friday against Mountain Lake Area.

WWG0 0 16 0-16

E/E30 24 8 8-70

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

E/E-Austin Lafollette 2 run (Devin Hulstein run), 11:07

E/E-Blake Jouwstra 15 pass from Isaac Heard (Jouwstra run), 9:23

E/E-Derek Voge 3 pass from Heard (2pt fail), 3:31

E/E-Lafollette 31 pass from Heard (Voge run), 0:26

Second Quarter

E/E-Hulstein 19 pass from Heard (Jouwstra run), 9:55

E/E-Lafollette 46 run (Lafollette run), 8:51

E/E-A.J. Ciaburri 63 pass from Heard (Jorge Lopez run), 3:45

Third Quarter

E/E-Lopez 61 kick return (Blake Jouwstra run), 11:52

WWG-John Elzenga 26 pass to Dana Madson (Levi Bunting pass from Elzenga), 7:14

WWG-Bunting 60 pass from Elzenga (Bunting pass from Elzenga), 2:05

Fourth Quarter

E/E-Jake Post 51 run (Lopez run), 11:13


Rushing: E/E-Austin Lafollette 3-86, Devin Hulstein 2-57, Jake Post 2-53.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Isaac Heard 8-9-197-0; WWG-John Elzenga 14-22-164-0.

Montevideo 35, YME 20

A 14-point second quarter proved the difference in a West Central Conference clash between the Montevideo Thunder Hawks and Yellow Medicine East Sting.

Trailing 7-6 entering the second quarter, YME gave up 14 points to Montevideo, falling behind 21-6 at halftime.

Both team's went scoreless in the third quarter before putting up 14 points apiece during quarter four.

Austin Vikander tossed two touchdown passes for the Sting, one to Nathan Anderson and the other to Kolten Anderson. Trey Cox carried in YME's lone rushing score of the game. Jacob Pederson led the Sting with 93 rushing yards.

YME falls to 0-4 on the year (0-4 West Central Conference). The Sting will be on the road at Paynesville this Friday.

Montevideo7 14 0 14-35

YME6 0 0 14-20


Rushing: M-Markus Kranz 14-89-0, Logan Knoshal 5-89-2, Spencer Sulflow 3-9-1, Jake Bednar 4-6-1; Y-Jacob Pederson 28-93-1, Trey Cox 7-26-1.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int-TD): M-Jordan Thompson 4-9-169-0-1; Y-Aaron Lalim 2-7-93-0-0, Austin Vikander 3-12-36-1-2, Conner Christenson 1-1-33-0-0.

Receiving: M-Austin Hiepler 2-117-1, Jake Bednar 1-44-0; Y-Pederson 2-51-0, Nathan Anderson 3-35-1, Kolten Anderson 1-7-1.

Tackles: M-Charles O'Malley 13.5, Markus Kranz 7, Hiepler 5; Y-Tyson Velde 5, Lalim 4, Vikander 4.

Sacks: M-O'Malley 2; Y-Velde.

INT: M-Bednar; Y-none.

Fumbles: M-3; Y-1.



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