Area football roundup for Oct. 7: Parkston pushes past Bon Homme, improves to 7-1 – Mitchell Republic

PARKSTON — Parkston took care of all of its scoring in the first half and then kept rival Bon Homme off the board the rest of the way in a 16-9 win in a Class 9AA battle on Friday night in high school football.

Kaleb Weber accounted for a pair of touchdowns, including a 40-yard touchdown run with 5 minutes left in the first half that stood as the eventual game-winner. He also tossed a 22-yard touchdown pass to Maddux Brissette early in the second quarter.

Bon Homme scored first on a 29-yard field goal from Isaac Crownover late in the first half, and Crownover provided the other Cavaliers score on special teams when she ran a kickoff back 82 yards for a touchdown to put Bon Homme up 9-8 with 6:55 left in the second quarter.

Parkston (7-1) has wrapped up its regular season schedule and now awaits seeding into the postseason. Prior to Friday’s action, the Trojans were in line for the No. 5 seed in Class 9AA. Bon Homme (5-2) is on the road again next week at Gregory.

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Parkston’s Kaleb Weber throws a pass during a nine-man high school football game on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022 in Parkston.

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BURKE — Gregory rolled up 411 yards of offense, including 348 on the ground to defeat Burke in a nine-man football battle on Friday night.

Owen Hansen rushed 16 times for 178 yards and a touchdown, one of six scored by a Gorilla rusher in the game. Kade Stukel and Rylan Peck each ran in two rushing touchdowns, with Stukel gaining 88 yards on 10 carries and Peck tallying 68 yards on seven carries. Peck and Stukel also connected on a 49-yard touchdown pass in the game. Lincoln Juracek also had a rushing touchdown for Gregory, which gained 23 first downs. Hansen led the defense with an interception.

Burke’s lone touchdown came on a 5-yard touchdown pass from Reed Benter to Kaleb Schoenbaum. Sawyer Tietgen rushed 13 times for 53 yards to lead the Cougars on the ground, as Burke gained 133 of its 156 total yards on the ground.

Gregory (6-1), which is ranked No. 2 in Class 9A, hosts Bon Homme on Oct. 14. Burke (0-7) is on the road at Gayville-Volin on Oct. 14.

Corsica-Stickney 48, FMFA 18

CORSICA — No. 3-ranked Class 9B Corsica-Stickney defeated Freeman/Marion/Freeman Academy in a nine-man showdown of teams previously with one loss to their name on Friday night. The Jaguars’ offense put up 429 total rushing yards in the game.

Waylon Bolle led the team with four touchdowns and 200 yards on 19 rushes, while Carter Wright recorded 148 rushing yards from 20 rushes. Tate Talsma had two touchdowns and 67 yards on the ground, as well as six tackles and two interceptions, and Shad Bosma had a touchdown pass to Brock Hinker in the second quarter.

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For the Phoenix, Riley Tschetter was 15-for-28 passing on the night for 235 yards and two touchdowns. Matt Hagen caught two touchdown passes, including a 54-yard pass, and had 83 total receiving yards. Rocky Ammann had six receptions for 106 yards. On the defensive end, Ethan Balvin had 8.5 tackles, Maddox Kihne made eight tackles, and Sawyer Wipf had seven tackles and an interception.

Corsica-Stickney (6-1) travels to Onida to face off with Sully Buttes on Oct. 14, while FMFA (5-2) hosts Florence/Henry on Oct. 14

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SCOTLAND — Jim River scored 26 unanswered points to win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour/Andes Central/Dakota Christian in a Class 11B game.

Logan Sayler had 17 rushes for 139 yards and a 43-yard touchdown, while also scoring a 50-yard punt return. Ajay Herrboldt had two interceptions, including a pick-six in the opening 4 minutes of the game, and a 17-yard catch for a touchdown. Stephen Johnson and Izayah Ulmer each got on the board with a rushing touchdown, while Tyrus Bietz posted nine tackles and a sack on the night.

For TDAACDC, Mason Reiner threw three completions and a 45-yard touchdown pass to Hunter Loeffler, while Garth Maas ran nine times for 35 yards.

Jim River (4-4) has concluded its regular season and awaits its postseason fate. TDAACDC (2-5) plays on the road at Miller/Highmore-Harrold on Oct. 14.

Hanson 48, Viborg-Hurley 6

ALEXANDRIA — Class 9AA No. 3-ranked Hanson rolled to a 34-6 halftime lead and cruised to a home win over Viborg-Hurley on Friday night.

Jackson Jarding ran for touchdowns of 4 and 13 yards, while Hadley Wallace and Brock Tuttle each tackled on one rushing score as part of the Beavers’ first-half push. Ethan Cheeseman also got in on the scoring with an interception return touchdown. For the game, Wallace had 52 yards on eight carries with Jarding close behind at 51 yards on six attempts. Jayce Slaba went 4-of-7 passing for 133 yards, with two passes going to Cheeseman for 56 yards. On defense, Charlie Prien had 2.5 sacks, while Jarding added an interception to his tally.

Viborg-Hurley’s lone score came on a 48-yard connection between Brady Schroedermeier and Chance Schoellerman. Schroedermeier was 14 for 19 through the air for 133 yards at night. Gage Goettertz led all tacklers with eight.

Hanson (6-1) hosts Colome on Oct. 14, while Viborg-Hurley (4-4) has concluded its regular season and awaits its postseason fate. Prior to Friday’s action, the Cougars were in line for the No. 13 seed in Class 9AA.

PRESHO — Tance Wagner scored three total touchdowns as Lyman won a battle between top-5 teams in their respective classes on Friday night. Lyman was ranked No. 4 in Class 9A, while Sully Buttes was ranked No. 4 in Class 9B.

Wagner had 96 yards rushing on 14 carries and two touchdowns, plus 76 yards on three catches and a 30-yard touchdown catch. Teagan Gourneau threw for two scores and rushed for another, tallying 140 passing yards and 61 rushing yards on 13 carries. Cooper Long had 49 yards on three catches and a touchdown. Lyman finished with a 351-149 edge in total yards, including 211 yards on the ground.

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For Sully Buttes, Landon Hepker had the lone touchdown, a 1-yard rushing score to open the second quarter that cut the Raider lead to 12-8. Hepker was 12-for-15 passing for 50 yards, and rushed 17 times for 31 yards.

Lyman (6-1) hosts Lemmon/McIntosh on Oct. 14 in Presho, while Sully Buttes (5-2) hosts Corsica-Stickney on Oct. 14 in Onida.

Wall 54, Kimball/White Lake 0

KIMBALL — On Friday night, Class 9AA No. 2-ranked Wall finished out its undefeated regular season with a win against Kimball/White Lake in three quarters due to the 50-point rule. The Eagles’ defense kept KWL to 29 total yards in the game.

Wall quarterback Burk Blasius was perfect from the field, passing 10-for-10 for 184 yards and four touchdowns, as well as picking a 2-yard touchdown on the ground. Rylan McDonnell had four receptions for 124 yards, two of which were touchdown catches. Bridger Casjens rushed three times to pick up 47 yards and a touchdown, while Mason Heath, Blair Blasuis, and Cedar Amiotte each had a touchdown.

Wall (8-0) has wrapped up its regular season schedule and now awaits seeding into the postseason. Prior to Friday’s action, the Eagles were in line for the No. 1 seed in Class 9AA.

KWL (1-6) travels to Martin to take on Bennett County on Oct. 14.

Dell Rapids 35, Chamberlain 20

DELL RAPIDS — Mason Stubbe rushed for three touchdowns as Class 11A No. 2-ranked Dell Rapids moved to 7-0 on the season on Friday night.

Stubbe had all three touchdown runs in the first half, and Brayden Pankonen and Sutton Williams added rushes of their own to put the Quarriers up 35-0 before halftime.

Chamberlain did its scoring in the second half, with Sawyer Donovan running in a touchdown from nine yards out. Bryce Reuer had two touchdowns, including a 31-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.

Dell Rapids (7-0) hosts St. Thomas More on Oct. 14. Chamberlain (2-5) hosts Milbank on Oct. 14.

Platte-Geddes 33, Colman-Egan 0

PLATTE — Platte-Geddes rushed for nearly 300 yards to pick up his fourth win of the season on Friday night in a nine-man football game.

The Black Panthers had 296 yards on 24 carries as a team and four different rushers had touchdowns in the game. Joey Foxley had 111 yards on two carries, with 55- and 56-yard rushes going for touchdowns. Jack Ringling had a 60-yard touchdown run, while Parker Bailey had a 29-yard score and Kasen Konstanz had a 1-yard scoring plunge. Colman-Egan (0-7) had 98 total yards in the game.

Platte-Geddes (4-3) is on the road at Canistota on Oct. 14.

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