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PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Vikings roll to Little Sioux title

October 17, 2013
Marshall Independent

ADRIAN - The Minneota/Lincoln HI Vikings remained undefeated in regular season play and won the Little Sioux Conference championship with a shutout of Adrian on Wednesday night in Adrian.

The Vikings came in with a 7-0 record, while Adrian was 6-1. Had the Dragons won, the two teams would have shared the title along with Dawson-Boyd (7-1). But with the 35-0 victory, Minneota/LH earned the championship outright.

The Vikings didn't waste any time putting up points, scoring twice in the first quarter. Jeff Gladis scampered into the end zone from 3 yards out to record the first touchdown on the night, followed by Nathan Pavek's 43-yard touchdown run with one minute, 43 seconds remaining in the first quarter, giving Minneota/LH a 14-0 edge.

Austin Buysse found Jordan Beck from 19 yards out to add to the Vikings' lead just before halftime. Pavek scored his second touchdown run of the night on a 1-yard play in the third quarter, while Brock Fox added a final touchdown run of three yards in the fourth.

Minneota compiled 277 yards of offense, including 160 on the ground. Gladis finished the game with 82 yards rushing on 19 carries, while Pavek had six carries for 60 yards.

Minneota (8-0) will play in the Class 5AA playoffs on Tuesday. Adrian (6-2) will have a bye on Tuesday and will play at 3 p.m. Saturday in Adrian against the Section 3A winner of the Murray County Central/St. Clair matchup Tuesday.

Minneota/LH 14 7 7 7 - 35

Adrian 0 0 0 0 - 0

First Quarter

M/LH-Jeff Gladis 3 run (Simon Ankersen kick), 6:50

M/LH-Nathan Pavek 43 run (Ankersen kick), 1:43

Second Quarter

M/LH-Jordan Beck 19 pass from Austin Buysse (Ankersen kick), 0:30

Third Quarter

M/LH-Pavek 1 run (Ankersen kick), 4:37

Fourth Quarter

M/LH-Brock Fox 3 run (Ankersen kick), 2:30

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: M/LH-Jeff Gladis 19-82, Nathan Pavek 6-60.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): M/LH-Austin Buysse 9-14-117-0; A-Logan Rogers 9-16-84-2.

Receiving: M/LH-Brendan Reiss 2-48, Jordan Beck 2-32, Cole Hennen 2-36.

Tackles: M/LH-Hennen 12.5, Pavek 8.5; A-Jesse Slater 10.

Sacks: M/LH-Daniel Harrison 2, Pavek, Beck 1; A-Slater 1.

Canby 27, LQPV 13

CANBY - Canby's Michael Slaba took matters into his own hands in the fourth quarter and helped lift the Lancers to a 27-13 win over Laq qui Parle Valley in Little Sioux Conference action on Wednesday.

Slaba broke a 13-13 tie with a 95-yard touchdown run and sealed the win with a 5-yard score as the Lancers moved to 3-5 on the season. The Lancers also scored on a 2-yard run by Matthew Sisk and a recovery of a blocked punt by William Schmitz.

Slaba finished the night with 228 yards on the ground, and Austin Haas had six catches for 70 yards. Corey Castell and Brett Hansen led the Lancer defense with 13 and 11 tackles, respectively. Canby held LQPV (3-5, 3-5) to just 40 yards on the ground while churning out 281 rushing yards.

LQPV 0 6 7 0 - 13

Canby 7 0 6 14 - 27

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: Canby-Michael Slaba 27-228, Brett Hanson 7-50; LQPV-Austin Haas 3-35.

PASSING: Canby-Matthew Sisk 4-7-53; LQPV-Kellen Kesler 7-21-110.

RECEIVING: Canby-Slaba 1-37, Brock Nothem 2-17; LQPV-Austin Haas 6-70.

YME 14, Morris Area 7

GRANITE FALLS - Yellow Medicine East notched its first win of the season in a 14-7 win over West Central Conference foe Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta on Wednesday in Granite Falls.

The Sting struck first, putting seven points up on the board when Austin Vikander found the end zone from 16 yards out and Grant Lalim kicked the PAT.

The Tigers matched the score in the third quarter on a 6-yard run by Isaac Wente, but YME took the lead back in the fourth when Sting quarterback Blake Lindstrom connected with Chase Richter for a big 83-yard touchdown pass.

Lindstrom was 4-for-14 passing for 141 yards, while Richter finished the night with two catches for 91 yards. Vikander contributed 105 yards on 16 carries.

Ted Sjurseth led the Sting defense with eight solo and one assisted tackles, while Cole Hatch had six solo and three assisted tackles. Josh Hoernemann, Landon Evans and Cody Mathiowetz added five solo tackles apiece. Mathiowetz, Hoernemann, Lalim and John Espinoza also had fumble recoveries, while Mathiowetz also added a sack.

Morris0 0 7 0 - 7

YME7 0 0 7 - 14

First Quarter

YME-Austin Vikander 16 run (Grant Lalim kick)

Third Quarter

M-Isaac Wente 6 run (Noah Grove kick)

Fourth Quarter

YME-Chase Richter 83 pass from Blake Lindstrom (Lalim kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Passing: (good-att-yards-int): YME-Lindstrom 4-14-141-2; M-Bryce Jergensen 4-11-38-0.

Rushing: YME-Vikander 16-105, Landon Evans 4-6, Lindstrom 4- (-8), Wyatt Hatch 1- (-7); M-Wente 26-126, Trent Wulf 7-37, Jordan Thooft 7-30.

Receiving: YME-Chase Richter 2-91, Evans 1-10, Lalim 1-40; M-Wulf 2-22, Corey Storck 1-10, Bo Olson 1-6.

Tackles (solo-assisted): YME-Ted Sjurseth 8-1, Cole Hatch 6-3, Josh Hoernemann 5-2, Evans 5-2, Cody Mathiowetz 5-1.

SackS: Mathiowetz.

Wabasso 35, CMC 12

WABASSO - A 76-yard touchdown pass from Neil Eichten to Mitch Fulton highlighted a five-touchdown night as the Wabasso Rabbits improved to 7-1 with a 35-12 Southern Minnesota Conference win.

Eichten threw for 151 yards and two touchdowns, and Tanner Bock rushed for 152 yards on 12 carries for the Rabbits, who finished the regular season on a positive note after suffering their first loss a week ago to Sleepy Eye St. Mary's.

Wabasso 7 21 7 0 - 35

CMC0 6 0 6 - 12

First Quarter

W-Tanner Bock 1 run (Tom Deutschmann kick), 4:31

Second Quarter

CMC-Brady Kerkhoff 41 run, 10:59

W-TJ Fulton 38 pass from Neil Eichten (Deutschmann kick), 7:16

W-Mitch Fulton 76 pass from Eichten (Deutschmann kick), 3:54

W-Bock 11 run (Deutschmann kick), 1:31

Third Quarter

W-Bock 3 run (Deutschmann kick), 7:59

Fourth Quarter

CMC-Chandler Rose 1 run, :48

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING: Wabasso-Tanner Bock 25-152, Caleb Kemp 11-48, Mitch Fulton 4-6; CMC-Riley Kerkhoff 11-33, Brady Kerkhoff 13-91, Andu Lux 1-1, Andrew Richter 2-3, Chandler Rose 5-17, Collin Kerkhoff 2-8.

PASSING: (comp.-att.-yds.-TD-int): Wabasso-Eichten 7-14-151-2-0; CMC-Kerkhoff 4-10-36-0-1, Chandler 1-7-28-0-0.

RECEIVING: Wabasso-TJ Fulton 3-43, Caleb Salfer 2-20, Mitch Fulton 1-76, Kemp 1-12; CMC-Colton Kunkel 1-9, Kerkhoff 1-7, Chandler 1-8.

TACKLES: Wabasso-Jonathon Nelson 4.5, Josh Altermatt 4.5, Caleb Kemp 4, Mitch Fulton 3.5, Caleb Salfer 3.5, Tanner Bock 3.5, Jared Welch 3.

WWG 52, HBC 48

WESTBROOK - Westbrook-Walnut Grove's Tyson Berg came up with an interception inside the Chargers' 20-yard line with less than a minute to go to thwart a comeback by Southern Confederacy Conference rival Hills-Beaver Creek Wednesday in Westbrook. The Chargers held on to win, 52-48.

Trailing 14-6 after the first quarter, WWG outscored the Patriots 32-12 in the second quarter to head into the break with a 12-point advantage. Shane Buchman contributed two touchdown runs and two touchdown passes in the opening half, while Matt Otto added a 40-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown.

Buchman recorded 278 yards passing in the game in addition to leading the ground attack with 75 yards on 11 carries. Sean McCroskey collected 10 catches for 138 yards. Defensively, Tyler Schoborg chipped in with 13 tackles, while Berg had 12, Tristan Joel 10 and Otto nine. Otto also had a fumble recovery and an interception for the Chargers, while Levi Bunting added 2.5 sacks and a fumble recovery.

WWG (5-3) will face HBC (5-3) again Tuesday for the start of the Section 3A 9-man playoffs.

HBC14 12 8 14 - 48

WWG 6 32 0 14 - 52

First Quarter

WWG-Buchman 4 run (run failed)

Second Quarter

WWG-Sean McCroskey 10 pass from Buchman (Levi Bunting pass from Buchman)

WWG-Buchman 8 run (Buchman run)

WWG-Matt Otto 40 fumble return (Bunting pass from Tristan Joel)

WWG-Joel 12 pass from Buchman (Joel pass from Buchman)

Fourth Quarter

WWG-McCroskey 55 pass form Buchman (run failed)

WWG-McCroskey 25 pass from Buchman (McCroskey pass from Buchman)

WWG INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Buchman 11-75, Otto 8-25.

Passing: Buchman 24-38-278-1.

Receiving: McCroskey 10-138, Bunting 7-34, Joel 6-59.

Tackles: Tyler Schoborg 13, Tyson Berg 12, Joel 10, Otto 9.

Sacks: Bunting 2.5.

Interceptions: Berg 1, Otto.

Lakeview 14, MCC 12

Lakeview slipped past Murray County Central in a 14-12 victory Wednesday night.

Lakeview put up a dynamic defensive battle totaling 53 tackles and six sacks. The tackles leader was Cody St. Aubin with seven, while Garrett Wee, Bryan Chavira and Jacob Neu contributed six. Devon Girard tallied two sacks and Wee, Chavira, Jacob Kesteloot and Jonah Dovre each had one.

The Rebels' offense were led by Seth Bass, who completed 18 passes for 198 yards. Brady Woldt caught three passes for 50 yards and teammate Mitch Reinsma added four for 42 yards.

The Lakers picked up their second win of the season, finishing 2-6 overall. Murray County Central also finished 2-6.

MCC6 0 6 0-12

Lakeview7 0 0 7-14

Rushing: MCC (Kyle Schrieir 7-32, Logan Kluis 5-21, Seth Bass 19-13) Lakeview (Isaac Loe 2-20, Juan Garcia 9-13).

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): MCC (Bass 18-40-198-2) Lakeview (Loe 5-22-101-0).

Receiving: MCC (Brady Woldt 3-50, Mitch Reinsma 4-42, Schrieir 4-37, Wyatt Heezen 3-36, Kluis 3-17) Lakeview (Seth Goephferich 1-63, Jacob Neu 1-15).

Tackles: MCC (Kluis 6, Mitchell Woldt 5, Derek Clarke 3) Lakeview (Cody St. Aubin 7, Neu 6, Bryan Chavira 6, Garrett Wee 6).

Sacks: Lakeview (Devon Girard 2, Wee 1, Jonah Dovre 1, Jacob Kesteloot 1, Chavira 1).

PREP FOOTBALL

Wednesday's Results

Aitkin 35, Crosby-Ironton 18

Albany 43, Zimmerman 23

Alexandria 21, Fergus Falls 14

Andover 50, Robbinsdale Armstrong 14

Annandale 42, Litchfield 27

Apple Valley 28, Eagan 7

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 31, Sauk Centre 6

Austin 39, Mankato East 7

Barnum 48, Cook County 16

Becker 18, Little Falls 3

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 54, Eden Valley-Watkins 8

Benilde-St. Margaret's 31, Spring Lake Park 28

Bertha-Hewitt 24, Brandon-Evansville 20

Big Lake 27, North Branch 7

Bigfork 52, Littlefork-Big Falls 14

Blaine 21, Anoka 9

Blake 42, St. Paul Academy/Mounds Park 20

Blooming Prairie 24, Bethlehem Academy 7

Blue Earth Area 42, St. James Area 14

BOLD 36, Benson 0

Braham 40, Hinckley-Finlayson 7

Brainerd 37, Grand Rapids 0

Browerville 29, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 12

Buffalo 47, Duluth East 8

Caledonia 42, Kingsland 6

Cambridge-Isanti 12, Princeton 7

Canby 27, Lac qui Parle Valley 13

Chanhassen 41, Red Wing 27

Chaska 48, New Prague 14

Chisago Lakes 52, St. Francis 50

Chisholm 28, Mountain Iron-Buhl 12

Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 56, Ashby 0

Cloquet 56, Pine City 3

Columbia Heights 26, Minneapolis Edison 6

Coon Rapids 23, Centennial 20

Cretin-Derham Hall 35, Woodbury 23

Delano 42, Holy Family Catholic 0

DeLaSalle 62, Minnehaha Academy 35

Detroit Lakes 18, Pequot Lakes 7

East Grand Forks 28, Crookston 7

East Ridge 35, Hastings 6

Eastview 35, Bloomington Kennedy 0

Eden Prairie 37, Hopkins 0

Edgerton/Ellsworth 40, Cleveland 16

Elk River 41, Park Center 6

Ely 58, Northeast Range 16

Esko 43, Rush City 6

Fairmont 42, New Ulm 0

Faribault 36, Rochester Century 35

Floodwood 42, Lake of the Woods 6

Foley 45, Mora 8

Glencoe-Silver Lake 49, Dassel-Cokato 19

Grand Meadow 40, Lyle/Austin Pacelli 12

Hawley 52, Staples-Motley 14

Hayfield 26, Wabasha-Kellogg 15

Hermantown 57, Virginia 0

Hill-Murray 48, Richfield 7

Holdingford 42, Rockford 0

Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 34, Kimball 32

Hutchinson 47, Mound-Westonka 0

International Falls 38, Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin 20

Irondale 48, St. Louis Park 14

Jackson County Central 44, Worthington 23

Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton 18, GHEC/Truman 14

Kasson-Mantorville 38, Byron 22

Kelliher/Northome 20, Wrenshall 0

Kenyon-Wanamingo 22, Dover-Eyota 21

La Crescent 62, Lake City 34

Lake Park-Audubon 40, Red Lake 0

Lakeview 14, Murray County Central 12

Lakeville South 28, Bloomington Jefferson 7

Lanesboro 33, Houston 8

LeRoy-Ostrander 51, Glenville-Emmons 6

Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity 37, Mankato Loyola 20

Lewiston-Altura 49, St. Charles 26

Luverne 27, Redwood Valley 7

Madelia 36, Randolph 24

Mahnomen 49, Fertile-Beltrami 6

Mahtomedi 40, Simley 21

Mankato West 39, Rochester Mayo 34

Maple Grove 34, Champlin Park 7

Maple River 21, Medford 14

Marshall 28, Windom 7

Martin County West 69, Red Rock Central 6

Mayer Lutheran 34, Sibley East 17

McGregor 38, Hill City 34

Melrose 47, Montevideo 27

Mesabi East 28, Eveleth-Gilbert 22

Minneapolis North 40, Minneapolis Roosevelt 7

Minneapolis Southwest 21, Minneapolis South 10

Minneapolis Washburn 33, Minneapolis Henry 21

Minneota/Lincoln HI 35, Adrian 0

Minnesota Valley Lutheran 30, Sleepy Eye 14

Monticello 49, Duluth Denfeld 18

Moorhead 28, Bemidji 21

Moose Lake/Willow River 22, Duluth Marshall 0

Mounds View 50, Roseville 47

Mountain Lake Area 57, Fulda 0

Nevis 14, Cromwell 0

New Richland-H-E-G 40, G-F-W 0

New York Mills 28, Wadena-Deer Creek 14

Nicollet 70, Alden-Conger 22

North Woods 40, Cherry 14

Northfield 41, Holy Angels 9

Northland 30, Carlton 18

Norwood-Young America 35, LeSueur-Henderson 20

Ogilvie 30, East Central 14

Onamia 56, Isle 28

Orono 21, Waconia 0

Osakis 52, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 6

Osseo 28, Totino-Grace 14

Owatonna 35, Rochester John Marshall 7

Park (Cottage Grove) 36, Forest Lake 6

Park Rapids 7, Perham 0

Paynesville 42, Minnewaska 13

Pierz 23, Maple Lake 6

Pillager 36, Pine River-Backus 16

Pine Island 37, Winona Cotter 13

Prairie Valley Nighthawks 48, Cass Lake-Bena 14

Prior Lake 42, Burnsville 12

Proctor 26, Hibbing 16

Providence Academy/Heritage Christian Academy 24, Breck 6

Red Lake County 45, Blackduck 14

Renville County West 41, Southwestern United 22

Robbinsdale Cooper 26, Henry Sibley 17

Rochester Lourdes 40, Cannon Falls 20

Rocori 16, Sauk Rapids-Rice 15

Rogers 38, St. Michael-Albertville 37, OT

Rosemount 36, Lakeville North 7

Rushford-Peterson 35, Goodhue 14

Sartell 21, St. Cloud Apollo 17

Shakopee 21, Farmington 14

Sleepy Eye St. Mary's 26, Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 0

South Ridge 48, Silver Bay 6

Southland 29, Fillmore Central 8

Spring Grove 41, Mabel-Canton 28

Springfield 21, New Ulm Cathedral 14

St. Agnes 33, Brooklyn Center 27

St. Anthony 20, New Life Academy/Bethany Academy 14

St. Cloud Cathedral 40, Milaca 6

St. Croix Lutheran 42, Concordia Academy 7

St. Paul Central 41, St. Paul Como Park 3

St. Paul Harding 46, St. Paul Humboldt 7

St. Paul Highland Park 32, St. Paul Johnson 14

St. Peter 33, New London-Spicer 16

St. Thomas Academy 35, South St. Paul 28

Stewartville 36, Plainview-Elgin-Millville 18

Tartan 40, North St. Paul 21

Thief River Falls 41, Warroad 7

Tri-City United 25, Belle Plaine 13

Triton 38, Zumbrota-Mazeppa 14

Two Harbors 21, Deer River 7

Underwood 43, Hancock 6

United South Central 13, St. Clair 12

Upsala/Swanville 24, Royalton 21

Verndale 12, Ortonville 6

Wabasso 35, Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 12

Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 20, Bagley 18

Warren-Alvarado-Oslo 42, Ada-Borup 39

Waseca 34, Fridley 21

Watertown-Mayer 35, Jordan 21

Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 36, Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial 33

Waubun 30, Rothsay 6

Wayzata 35, Minnetonka 14

West Lutheran 53, Mesabi Academy 0

Westbrook-Walnut Grove 52, Hills-Beaver Creek 48

Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 68, Hillcrest Lutheran 14

White Bear Lake 39, Stillwater 22

Willmar 42, St. Cloud Tech 14

Win-E-Mac 60, Norman County West 8

Winona 60, Albert Lea 21

Yellow Medicine East 14, Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta 7

 
 

 

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