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Area football roundup

September 8, 2012
Marshall Independent

Dawson-Boyd 41, MCC 12

The Murray County Central football team took the early lead over Dawson-Boyd in Little Sioux conference play on Friday, but the Blackjacks came back to defeat the Rebels 41-12 in Slayton.

Mitch Reinsma, who had 78 yards and two touchdowns on the night, got MCC (1-1, 1-1 Little Sioux) first with a two-yard run in the first quarter.

Dawson-Boyd came back in the second and scored three unanswered touchdowns in less than six minutes with runs from Joey Lee, Justin Lee and Michael Anyasike. Easton Popma connected on all three extra points, making it a 21-6 game at the half.

In the third quarter Garth Ochsendorf scored for the Blackjacks (2-0, 2-0) and Reinsma answered with his second touchdown, making it a 28-12 game.

Nathaniel Huot and Ochsendorf each added a touchdown in the fourth quarter to give Dawson-Boyd the 41-12 win.

Both teams will be in Little Sioux action next Friday when the Blackjacks travel to Clara City to face MACCRAY and MCC heads to Canby.

DB0 21 7 13-41

MCC6 0 6 0-12

First Quarter

MCC-Mitch Reinsma 2 run (kick failed), 7:22

Second Quarter

DB-Joey Lee 1 run (Easton Popma kick), 6:21

DB-Justin Lee 7 run (Popma kick), 1:47

DB-Michael Anyasike 20 run (Popma kick), 0:39

Third Quarter

DB-Garth Ochsendorf 9 run (Popma kick), 0:00

MCC-Reinsma 3 run (conversion failed), 3:09

Fourth Quarter

DB-Nathaniel Huot 42 run (kick failed), 9:57

DB-Ochsendorf 6 run (Popma kick), 3:52

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: DB-Ju. Lee 18-168, Ochsendorf 14-130, Huot 2-50, Anyasike 7-50; MCC-Jack Thony 15-81; Reinsma 12-78.

Passing DB-Jo. Lee 3-9-40-1; MCC-Seth Bass 7-16-59-1.

Receiving: DB- M. Lee 2-24, Ju. Lee 1-16; MCC-Thony 4-38, Max Whitehead 2-19, Cole Bly 1-2.

Tackles: DB-Ochsendorf 18, Huot 8, Jo. Lee 6; MCC-Devin Miranowski 14, Bly 8, Grant Bose 7, Whitehead 6

Sacks: DB-None; MCC-Whitehead.

INT: DB-M. Lee; MCC-Thony.

Canby 46, Lakeview 6

The Canby football team scored all of its points in the first half to defeat Lakeview 46-6 at Cottonwood in Little Sioux Conference action Friday night.

Wyatt Krause led the Lancer (2-0, 2-0 Little Sioux) offensive attack, scoring four of the six Canby touchdowns. Michael Slaba returned an interception for a touchdown in the second quarter and caught two touchdown passes from Michael Sisk.

Ramzi Gregriore scored the Lakers (0-2, 0-2) touchdown in the third quarter.

Canby will play host to Murray County Central next Friday, while Lakeview will play host to Adrian.

Canby20 26 0 0-46

Lakeview0 0 6 0-6

First quarter

C-Wyatt Kraus run (kick failed)

C-Kraus run (kick failed)

C-Kraus run (Kraus run)

Second Quarter

C-Michael Slaba interception (Brett Hansen kick)

C-Kraus run (Hansen kick)

C-Slaba pass from Michael Sisk (kick failed)

C-Slaba pass from Sisk (kick failed)

Third Quarter

L-Ramzi Gregriore run (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

No Scoring

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: L-Jordan Larsen 9-45, Ramzi Gregriore 7-26.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): L-Taylor Pickthorn 3-13-16-2.

Receiving: L-Jacob Louwagie 1-5, Gregriore 1-1, Garrett Wee 1-10.

Tackles: L-Steven Timm 4, Wee 2.

Sacks: L-S. Larsen.

Blocked FG: L-J. Larsen.

Blocked Punt: L-J. Larsen.

Wabasso 37, CM/C 18

The Wabasso football team opened the Southern Minnesota Conference season with a 37-18 win over Cedar Mountain/Comfrey in Morgan on Friday night.

The Rabbits (1-1, 1-0 SMC) racked up 412 yards of rushing in the game, with Blake Altermatt going 30 carries for 193 yards and two touchdowns, while TJ Fulton had six carries for 163 yards and two touchdowns, both over 50 yards long.

Tanner Rohlik added a six-yard touchdown in the third quarter to round out the scoring.

Defensively, Cole Brand had a strong night with two sacks and a block punt, while Caleb Salfer and Tanner Rohlik racked up eight and nine tackles, respectively.

Wabasso will be in action again on Friday when it plays host to Red Rock Central in conference play.

Wabasso16 0 14 7-37

CM/C6 6 0 6-18

First Quarter

W-Blake Altermatt 5 run (Seth Guetter pass from Neil Eichten), 9:25

C-Sam Pendelton 68 pass from Riley Kerkhoff (conversion failed), 9:06

W-TJ Fulton 65 run (Altermatt run), 8:55

Second Quarter

C-Shane Greenslit 12 pass Kerkhoff (conversion failed), 11:27

Third Quarter

W-Fulton 51 run (Altermatt run), 11:20

W-Tanner Rohlik 6 run (conversion failed) 6:39

Fourth Quarter

C-Pendelton 36 pass from Kerkhoff (conversion failed), 10:59

W-Altermatt 36 run (Dalton Taylor kick), 5:47

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: W-Altermatt 30-193, Fulton 6-163.

Passing: W-Neil Eichten 4-11-73-2.

Receiving: Scott Jenniges 2-30, Altermatt 1-20, Caleb Salfer 1-23

Tackles: W-Rohlik 9, Salfer 8.

Sacks: W-Cole Brand 2, Jon Alexander 1, Jonathon Nelson 1)

Blocked Punt: W-Brand.

WWG 48, Fulda 16

Westbrook-Walnut Grove blanked Fulda in the first half en route to a 48-16 win over the Raiders in Southern Minnesota Confederacy play on Friday night in Westbrook.

Dana Madson got the Chargers (2-0 overall) on the board with a seven-yard run. John Elzenga had a strong night passing, hitting five of his nine complete passes for touchdowns and capping the night with a 39-yard pass to Levi Bunting.

Madson, who had 17 carries for 167 yards scored in the third quarter on a 60-yard run.

Madson, Andrew, Merrick and Aaron Hass all caught touchdown passes from Elzenga.

WWG will be in action again next Friday night when its plays host to Nicollet in Westbrook.

Fulda0 0 16 0-16

WWG14 20 6 8-48

First Quarter

WWG-Dana Madson 7 run (conversion failed), 6:35

WWG-Madson 16 pass from John Elzenga (Madson pass from Elzenga), 1:09

Second Quarter

WWG-Andrew Merrick 17 pass from Elzenga (conversion failed), 9:08

WWG-Levi Bunting 12 pass from Elzenga (conversion failed) 7:17

WWG-Aaron Hass 25 pass from Elzenga (Shane Buchman pass from Elzenga), 4:54

Third Quarter

WWG-Madson 60 run (conversion failed), 8:09

F-Zachary Holt 61 run (Mason Trejo pass from Todd Peterson), 1:50

F-Trejo 30 fumble recovery (Holt run), 1:37

Fourth Quarter

WWG-Bunting 39 pass from Elzenga (Bunting pass from Elzenga), 10:27

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: WWG-Madson 17-167, Merrick 9-81.

Passing: WWG-Elzenga 9-13-141-0.

Receiving: WWG-Bunting 4-60, Buchman 2-26, Madson 2-19, Merrick 1-17, Hass 1-25.

Tackles: WWG-Madson 10, Bunting 8, Matt Otto 9.

Sacks: WWG-Bunting 5, Tyler Schoborg 2.

FR: F-Holt; WWG-Otto.

Springfield 26, RRC 0

After being blanked by the Springfield Tigers 26-0 Friday night in Lamberton, the Red Rock Central Falcons fall to 0-2 on the season and in the Souther Minnesota Conference.

Brian Thoreson got the Tigers on the board with a first-quarter, 54-yard run for the first of two touchdowns on the night. His second score, a three-yard blast in the second quarter would help bring Springfield to a 20-0 lead.

The Falcons were unable to generate any offense on the night. Mitchell Schroepfer was the top rusher for RRC, picking up just 17 yards on 11 carries. Passing was also ineffective as quarterback Thomas Blomgren completed six of 20 passes for 57 yards. He also threw two interceptions.

Springfield's final touchdown was on a 50-yard pass from Jacob Menage to Cole Milbrath.

The winless Falcons will hope to end their slide Friday when travel to Wabasso to take on the Rabbits in Southern Minnesota Conference play.

Springfield13 13 0 0-26

RRC 0 0 0 0-0

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

S-Brian Thoreson 54 run (kick fail)

S-Zach Wells 2 run (Lance Briard kick good)

Second Quarter

S-Thoreson 3 run (Briard kick)

S-Cole Milbrath 50 pass from Jacob Menage (kick fail)

Third Quarter

No Scoring

Fourth Quarter

No Scoring

Individual Statistics

Rushing: R-Mitchell Schroepfer 11-17.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): R-Thomas Blomgren 6-20-57-2.

Receiving: R-Jeff Decock 2-21, Jordan Schroepfer 2-23.

 
 

 

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