HAYTI (AP) — Zac VanMeeteren scored three touchdowns and Luke Fraser and Tyson Stevenson each had two to lead third-seeded Class 9AA Hamlin to a 48-6 non-conference football win over Leola-Frederick on Friday.
Van Meeteren scored on runs of 2 and 41 yards and also caught a 32-yard touchdown pass from Stevenson for the Chargers (4-0). He had a combined 102 rushing and receiving yards.
Fraser, who rushed for 126 yards, scored on a 14-yard run and also caught an 18-yard TD pass from Stevenson, who finished 6 of 8 passes for 109 yards. Simon Vander Vorst had 4 1/2 tackles and Troy Randall, Jr. and Kasen Prouty each added four for Hamlin’s defense.
The Titans (2-2) scored on Noah Kippley’s 10-yard pass to Milo Sumption. Kippley also rushed for 51 yards on two carries. Jericho King had five tackles and Stephen Achen had four.
Webster Area 43, Dakota Hills 0: Brent Bearman scored on an 80-yard kickoff return and a 5-yard run to spark the Bearcats (1-4), who also got touchdown runs from Carson Mount (21 yards), Gavin Witt (8 yards) and Ian Lesnar (two yards). Webster also scored on a safety and an eight-yard pass from Lesnar to Tommy Vegeldt. It was the Bearcats’ first win of the season.
December 27, Groton 0: The Cardinals (4-1, 4-1 Northeastern Conference) scored on Owen Quail’s 3- and 14-yard runs, Trey Maaland’s 9-yard pass to Carver Northem and Dominic Constant’s 69-yard run. Carter also recorded eight tackles and North added six. Quail had 107 rushing yards and Maaland added 82.
Lane Tietz threw for 113 yards and Tate Larson caught three passes for 56 yards for Groton Area (2-3, 1-3).
Castlewood 50, North Central 7: Lane Tvedt had two scoring runs and threw touchdown passes to Booker Schooley (21 yards) and Carson Kirwan (22 yards) for the Warriors 4-0. They also scored on runs from Jeremiah Wiersma (one yard) and Camron Eng (43 yards) and on an 85-yard punt return from Quincy Thue. Joe Decker had six tackles and Jarin Eidson had 5 1/2.
Faulkton 36, Northwest 6: Layne Cotton had a great night in front of Faulkton. He connected with Roman DiMaria on a 60-yard touchdown pass, scored on a 3-yard run, hit DiMaria on a 73-yard touchdown strike and found Charlie Deiter for a seven-yard touchdown pass.
The Trojans outscored Northwestern 352-132. Cotton finished with 204 passing yards and Garrett Cramer added 105 more on the ground.
Jude Ortmeier rushed for 103 yards and Cameron Wilson had a late touchdown for the Wildcats.
Herreid/Selby Area 44, Ipswich 26: The Wolverines built a 44-14 lead to push Ipswich back on Friday night.
Brenden Begeman rushed 33 times for 323 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Herreid/Selby box. Quarterback Tray Hettick completed 11 of 13 passes for 158 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, Nathan Bradford finished with 11 tackles, including two sacks.
For the Tigers, Ian Beyers scored on a 99-yard touchdown run and had 225 passing yards.
Hitchcock-Tulare 52, Avon 0: Landon Puffer had touchdown receptions of 24 and 29 yards and a punt return for 68 yards to lead the Patriots in a game that ended at halftime.
Erik Salmen had 149 of Hitchcock-Tuleare’s 161 rushing yards, and quarterback Carter Binger was 10 of 17 for 176 yards. Puffer and Salman each had three touchdowns, and Puffer finished with 109 receiving yards.
Dakota Valley 33, Milbank 6: Ethan Anema threw a touchdown pass and ran for another to lead Dakota Valley. Jackson Boonstra also had a 23-yard scoring run. Barrett Schneck scored on a 7-yard run for Milbank.
Sioux Falls Washington 30, Watertown 0: Sioux Falls Washington capitalized on a late-first-half scoring flurry and four touchdown passes from Thomas Hoffman to Tryg Auten to outlast the Arrows in the non-conference game. The Warriors (2-2) led 6-0 before scoring 17 points in the final two minutes of the first half.
Auten had six catches for 140 yards in the first half alone and scored on Hoffman’s passes that covered 61, 13 and 29 yards. He also caught a 20-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter.
The Arrows had just 11 rushing yards and 11 receiving yards in the first half.
Clark-Willow Lake 28, Parker 0: Trey Huber completed 10 of 15 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns to his brother Tyson (30 and 55 yards) for the 2-3 Cyclones. Mitchell Larson and Emmerson Larson added touchdown runs of 23 and 2 yards, respectively. Mitchell Larson caught five passes for 112 yards.
Oakes 35, Lisbon/Hazelton-Moffit/Braddock 18: After losing 12-8 in the first quarter, the Tornadoes took over.
Blayson Dolney’s 44-yard punt return, Max Walock found the end zone on a 44-yard interception return and Brogan Roney caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from Xavier Vossler as Oakes created a lead he wouldn’t relinquish.
High School Football Results for Friday, September 16
Aberdeen Central 27, Mitchell 13
Aberdeen Roncalli 56, Mobridge Pollock 6
Alcester-Hudson 38, Chester 27
Belle Fourche 20, Chamberlain 6
Beresford 20, Flandreau 12
Bon Homme 43, Stanley County 7
Brandon Valley 38, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 7
Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 36, Sioux Valley 32
Brookings 33, Spearfish 20
Castlewood 50, North Central Cooperative 7
Clark/Willow Lake 28, Parker 0
Dakota Valley 33, Milbank 6
Dell Rapids 28, Canton 22
Dell Rapids Santa Maria 44, Arlington 20
Deubrook 16, Iroquois/Preston Lake 12
Deuel 27, Groton Area 0
Elkton-Lake Benton 38, Canistota 30
Estelline/Hendricks 47, Colman-Egan 14
Faith 26, Lemmon/McIntosh 20
Faulkton 36, Northwest 6
Flandreau Indian def. Omaha Nation, Nebraska, loss
Florence/Henry 50, Waverly-South Coast 30
Great Plains Lutheran 42, Sunshine Bible Academy 7
Gregory 46, Irene-Wakonda 11
Hamlin 48, Leola/Frederick 6
Harding County/Bison Cooperative 54, Newell 0
Harrisburg 41, Sioux Falls Lincoln 22
Herreid/Selby Area 44, Ipswich 26
Hitchcock-Tulare 52, Avon 0
Howard 51, Freeman/ Marion/ Freeman Academy Co-op 0
Ferret 34, Sturgis Brown 32
Jim River 31, Baltic 6
New Underwood 49, Bennett County 0
Parkston 50, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 0
Philip 60, Dupree 12
Pierre 55, Yankton 10
Platte-Geddes 35, Viborg 18
Platte-Geddes 35, Viborg-Hurley 18
Potter County 48, Langford 14
Sioux Falls Christian 34, Madison 28
Sioux Falls O’Gorman 49, Rapid City Stevens 7
Sioux Falls Washington 30, Watertown 0
Sully Buttes 24, Colome 6
Tea Area 42, Douglas 0
Timber Lake 46, Jones County 6
Tiospa Zina Tribal 52, San Francisco Indian 0
36 Todd County, Winnebago, Nebraska 20
Wagner 14, Sisseton 0
Wall 50, White River 0
Webster 43, Dakota Hills 0
West Central 33, Vermillion 0
Wolsey-Wessington 28, DeSmet 6
Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 36, Miller/Highmore-Harrold 0
Oakes 35, Lisbon/Hazelton-Moffit/Braddock 18