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Area football roundup

September 29, 2012
Marshall Independent

Dawson-Boyd 27, Adrian 6

On the road and looking to bounce back from their first loss in 17 games, the Dawson-Boyd Blackjacks utilized a pair of touchdowns from both Joey Lee and Justin Lee to defeat the previously unbeaten Adrian Dragons 27-6 in Adrian on Friday night.

Joey Lee picked up the first two Blackjack touchdowns, both on one-yard runs. Lee poked his way into the endzone to give Dawson-Boyd a 7-0 lead with 3 minutes, 19 seconds left in the first quarter. He scored again at 8:51 left in the second quarter to extend the Blackjacks lead to 14-0.

Adrian answered back with its only score of the game when Jordan Dingmann scampered eight yards for the score, but Dawson-Boyd entered halftime up 21-6 when Justin Lee scored from six yards out with 31 seconds left in the half.

Both teams went scoreless in the third quarter before Justin Lee closed the book on the Dragons with a 2-yard dive for a touchdown with just 37 seconds left in the game.

Brandon Schmitt had 15 tackles and three sacks for the Dawson-Boyd, which held Adrian to just 146 total yard (16 passing) and only seven first downs. The Blackjacks picked up 210 of their 286 total yards on the ground and had 14 first downs in the game.

Dawson-Boyd (4-1 overall, 4-1 Little Sioux Conference) heads outside of the conference when its travels to Braham on Friday. Adrian (4-1, 4-1) travels to Tracy for a showdown with the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Panthers.

DB 7 14 0 6-27

Adrian 0 6 0 0-6

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

D-Joey Lee 1 run (Easton Popma kick), 3:19

Second Quarter

D-Lee 1 run (Popma kick), 8:51

A-Jordan Dingmann 8 run (kick failed), 4:16

D-Justin Lee 6 run (Popma kick), 0:31

Third Quarter

No Scoring

Fourth Quarter

D-Ju. Lee 2 run (kick failed), 0:37.


Rushing: D-Justin Lee 20-92, A-Jordan Dingmann 14-102.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): D-Joey Lee 6-10-76-1.

Receiving: D-Nathaniel Huot 5-73.

Tackles: D-Brandon Schmitt 15; A-Jesse Slater 12.

Sacks: D-Schmitt 3; A-N/A.

INT: D-Michael Lee; A-Jordan Pruess

FR: D-none; A-Matt Slater.

Minneota/LHI 41, TMB 28

Jeff Gladis carried the ball 24 times and piled up 217 yards and four touchdowns as Minneota/Lincoln HI defeated Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 41-28 Friday night in a Little Sioux Conference contest in Minneota.

The Vikings racked up 478 yards of total offense in the game, including 271 yards on the ground.

Minneota/Lincoln HI had a 12-point fourth-quarter lead cut to six with 7 minutes, 29 seconds remaining in the game when TMB quarterback Parker Lanoue connected with Zach Seaton for a 17-yard touchdown pass. But the Vikings answered with a 14-yard touchdown run by Gladis with just under four minutes left to put the game away.

The quarterbacks of both teams were very efficient on Friday. Lanoue was 24-for-31 passing for 188 yards with two touchdowns, and Vikings quarterback Austin Buysse finished 15-for-20 passing for 176 yards and two touchdowns.

The Vikings (4-1 overall, 3-1 Little Sioux) head to Canby next week to take on the fifth-ranked Lancers, while TMB (3-2, 2-2) hosts No. 3 Adrian.

TMB8 6 0 14-28

M/LHI13 7 8 13-41

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

M/LHI-Jeff Gladis 45 run (Niels Peterson kick), 7:29

TMB-Austin Gleis 7 pass from Alec Swan (Swan run), 3:25

M/LHI-Jordan Beck 23 pas from Austin Buysse (Isaac Josephson run fail), 0:02

Second Quarter

TMB-Brian Fultz 16 pass from Parker Lanoue (pass fail), 5:55

M/LHI-Gladis 4 run (Peterson kick), 1:01

Third Quarter

M/LHI-Alec Engler 27 pass from Buysse (Beck pass from Engler), 1:56

Fourth Quarter

TMB-Lanoue 25 run (Josh Kirk pass from Lanoue), 11:53

M/LHI-Gladis 24 run (pass fail), 10:21

TMB-Zach Seaton 17 pass from Lanoue (pass fail), 7:29

M/LHI-Gladis 14 run (Peterson kick), 3:56


Rushing: TMB-Alec Swan 10-75, Parker Lanoue 19-28; M/LHI-Jeff Gladis 24-217, Isaac Josephson 6-41.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): TMB-Lanoue 24-31-188-0, Swan 1-4-7-0; M/LHI-Austin Buysse 15-20-176-0, Alec Engler 1-1-31-0.

Receiving: TMB-Zach Seaton 10-80, Josh Kirk 6-28, Swan 4-47, Austin Gleis 3-24; M/LHI-Grant Hennen 4-52, Engler 4-48, Jordan Beck 3-43, Josephson 3-35.

Tackles: TMB-Austin Peterson 8, Swan 6.5; M/LHI-Josephson 9.5, Nick Esping 7, Cole Hennen 7.

Worthington 15, Canby 13

Playing a team two classes larger, the fifth-ranked (Class A) Canby Lancers were defeated by a 21-yard fourth quarter field goal by Worthington kicker Will Mulder in a 15-13 Trojan victory Friday night in Canby.

The game was a defensive battle, as Worthington (2-3 overall) had just 124 yards of total offense and Canby was limited to 178.

Canby running back Wyatt Kraus, who entered the game as one of the state's rushing leaders, had 20 carries for 138 yards for the Lancers, but was kept out of the end zone by the Trojan defense.

The Lancers took a 13-6 lead in the third quarter when quarterback Michael Sisk ran in for a 4-yard touchdown, but Worthington responded with a 58-yard touchdown run by running back Brandon Gray. The extra point failed, and Canby held on to a one-point lead until Mulder's game-winning kick.

Canby (4-1) will try to rebound from its first loss of the season next Friday when the Lancers host Minneota/Lincoln HI in a Little Sioux Conference battle.

Worthington6 0 6 3-15

Canby0 7 6 0-13

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

W-Brandon Gray 2 run (PAT fail)

Second Quarter

C-Michael Slaba 13 pass from Michael Sisk (kick good)

Third Quarter

C-Sisk 4 run (PAT fail)

W-Brandon Gray 58 run (PAT fail)

Fourth Quarter

W-Will Mulder 21 field goal


Rushing: W-Brandon Gray 10-91, Alex Hayenga 8-18; C-Wyatt Kraus 20-138, Michael Sisk 10-18.

Passing (att-yards-int): W-Blake Schroeder 6-80-0; C-Sisk 7-96-1.

Receiving: W-Will Mulder 1-40; C-Michael Slaba 3-57, Tate Citrowske 1-27.

Tackles: C-Citrowske 19, Sisk 9, Kraus 8.

MCC 44, Lakeview 12

Jack Thony and Mitch Reinsma combined for five touchdown runs as Murray County Central overpowered Lakeview 44-12 in Little Sioux Conference football action Friday night in Slayton.

Thony rushed 204 yards on 10 carries, finding the end zone three times, while Reinsma ground up 153 yards on 10 carries, recording two touchdowns for the Rebels.

On the defensive end, Logan Kluis led MCC (2-3 overall, 2-3 Little Sioux) with 14 tackes. Devin Miranowski added 11 tackles, one interception and one tackle for a loss.

For Lakeview (0-5 overall, 0-4 Little Sioux), Taylor Pickthorn scored from one yard out. Bryan Chavira also scampered into the end zone from five yards out. Pickthorn and Seth Goepferich combined to throw for 113 yards, while Cody St. Aubin led the Lakers with 114 yards on 31 carries.

MCC will continue action at home Friday against MACCRAY, while Lakeview will travel to play Russell-Tyler-Ruthton.

Lakeview 0 0 6 6-12

MCC 16 14 14 0-44

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

MCC-Jack Thony 41 run (Mitch Reinsma run)

MCC-Thony 25 run (Reinsma run)

Second Quarter

MCC-Thony 38 run (Reinsma pass from Seth Bass)

MCC-Reinsma 22 run (kick fail)

Third Quarter

MCC-Reinsma 60 run (Mitchell Woldt kick good)

MCC-Ben Loosbrock 41 run (Woldt kick good)

L-Taylor Pickthorn 1 run (run fail)

Fourth Quarter

L-Bryan Chavira 5 run (pass fail)


Rushing: MCC-Thony 10-204, Reinsma 10-153, Loosbrock 6-63; L-Cody St. Aubin 31-114, Garrett Wee 4-33, Steve Timm 5-11.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): MCC-Bass 1-2-7-0; L-Pickthorn 8-16-57-1, Seth Goepferich 3-3-56-0.

Receiving: Logan Kluis 1-7; L-Jacob Neu 5-71, Derek Larsen 3-26, Wee 2-13, Anthony Bossuyt 1-3.

Tackles: MCC-Kluis 14, Devin Miranowski 11, Grant Bose 9, Kyle Vos 8.

Interceptions: MCC-Miranowski 1.

Tackles for a Loss: MCC-Miranowski 1.

Sacks: MCC-Max Whitehead 1.5, Bose 0.5.

NUC 27, Wabasso 19

The Wabasso football team's fourth-quarter comeback attempt fell short Friday in New Ulm as New Ulm Cathedral held on for a 27-19 Southern Minnesota Conference victory.

The Rabbits scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, one on a 3-yard blocked punt returned for a score by Dalton Taylor with 3 minutes, 48 seconds left in the game, the other on a 9-yard pass from Neil Eichten to Seth Guetter with 56 seconds remaining.

The Greyhounds (3-2 overall, 3-2 SMC) held a 14-6 lead at halftime and added 13 points in the third quarter thanks to touchdown runs of 11 and 30 yards by running back Adam Schnobrich.

Blake Altermatt had 81 yards rushing on 20 carries for the Rabbits, scoring one touchdown in the second quarter. He also had eight receptions for 78 yards. Eichten finished the game 15 of 31 passing for 144 yards and two interceptions.

Matt Zeug had 11 tackles and a fumble recovery for Wabasso, and Dalton Taylor also chipped in 11 tackles.

Wabasso (2-3, 2-2) will try to bounce back in its homecoming game next Saturday afternoon against Sleepy Eye St. Mary's.

Wabasso0 6 0 13-19

NUC6 8 13 0-27

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

NUC-Austin Cooper 1 run (pass fail), 5:52

Second Quarter

W-Blake Altermatt 2 run (pass fail), 3:31

NUC-Jeff Osborne 8 pass from Collin Helget (Osborne pass from Helget), 0:50

Third Quarter

NUC-Adam Schnobrich 11 run (pass fail), 8:00

NUC-Schnobrich 30 run (Schnobrich kick good) 7:39

Fourth Quarter

W-Dalton Taylor 3 blocked punt return (pass fail) 3:48

W-Seth Guetter 9 pass from Neil Eicthen (Taylor Kick fail), 0:56


Rushing: Blake Altermatt 20-81, Tanner Rohlik 13-53.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Neil Eichten 16-31-144-2.

Receiving: Altermatt 8-78, TJ Fulton 4-29, Seth Guetter 3-26.

Tackles: Dalton Taylor 11, Matt Zeug 11, Rohlik 10, Altermatt 10.

FR: Zeug.


The MACCRAY Wolverines outscored Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 22-6 in the second quarter en route to a 30-12 Little Sioux Conference win Friday night in Tyler.

Dylan Abraham was 15-for-25 passing for 128 yards with one touchdown for MACCRAY (1-4 overall, 1-4 Little Sioux). Abraham also recorded 80 yards on 19 carries, finding the end zone twice.

The Knights (0-5 overall, 0-4 Little Sioux) jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, courtesy of a 1-yard run by Shay Wabeke. With 4:25 remaining in the second quarter, Wabeke scored on a kickoff run from 82 yards out. In addition to throwing for 69 yards, Wabeke picked up 31 yards rushing on 13 carries. Tyler Thooft was the top receiver for RTR, with three catches for 31 yards.

The Knights will try to pick up their first win of the season Friday when they host Lakeview, while the Wolverines are on the road at Murray County Central.

MACCRAY0 22 0 8-30

RTR6 6 0 0-12

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

RTR-Shay Wabeke 1 run (kick fail), 8:19.

Second Quarter

M-Taylor Thissen 21 run (Pass good), 6:21.

M-Thissen 32 pass from Dylan Abraham (Brandon Bratsch pass from Abraham), 4:42.

RTR-Wabeke 82 kick off return (kick fail), 4:25.

M-Abraham 2 run (run fail), 2:12.

Fourth Quarter

M-Abraham 3 blocked punt return (run good), 9:53.


Rushing: RTR-Wabaeke 13-31, Brett Vercruysse 10-21, Tyler Thooft 3-6; M-Abraham 19-80, Nick Zimmer 6-29.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): RTR-Wabeke 4-22-69-0; M-Abraham 15-25-128-1.

Receving: RTR-Thooft 3-31, Shane Vogt 1-29; M-Thissen 9-50, Bailey Boike 4-60.

Tackles (unassisted-assisted): RTR-Brandon Kerr 5-3, Luke Wiering 4-4, Dylan Kor 5-1, Wabeke 3-3, Vercruysse 4-3.

RRC 56, Sleepy Eye 26

Fueled by a 34-point second quarter, Red Rock Central pummeled Sleepy Eye in Southern Minnesota Conference football action Friday in Lamberton.

After a 46-yard touchdown run from Mitchell Schroepfer in the first quarter, the Falcon offense really got rolling in the second quarter. Back-to-back touchdown passes from Brady Bierl to Jeff DeCock helped put RRC (3-2 overall, 3-2 Southern Minnesota) up 24-0 before Sleepy Eye's Jake Trebesch returned a 63-yard kickoff return.

But the Falcons weren't finished yet in the first half. Jordan Schroepfer scored from six yards out, followed by a safety earned by Henry Rogotzke and a 1-yard touchdown run from Mitchell Schroepfer, giving RRC a 42-6 halftime advantage.

Mitchell Schroepfer finished the night with 158 yards rushing on 15 carries, while Jordan Schroepfer added 65 yards on 10 carries. DeCock chipped in 66 yards rushing on eight carries and also led the Falcons with four catches for 67 yards.

Defensively, Casey Engen came up with two interceptions for RRC, while Jesse Rogotzke and Derek Christians also had one apiece.

For Sleepy Eye (1-4 overall, 0-4 Southern Minnesota), Jon Waalkens found the end zone twice, as did Trebesch.

RRC continues action at home against Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart on Friday.

SE0612 8-26

RRC 834 8 6-56

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

RRC-Mitchell Schroepfer 46 run (pass good)

Second Quarter

RRC-Jeff DeCock 18 pass from Brady Bierl (Decock run)

RRC-DeCock 27 pass from Bierl (Decock run)

SE-Jake Trebesch 63 kick return (pass fail)

RRC-Jordan Schroepfer 6 run (M. Schroepfer run)

RRC- Henry Rogotzke sacked Trebesch for a safety

RRC-M. Schroepfer 1 run (M. Schroepfer run)

Third Quarter

SE-Trebesch 1 run (pass fail)

RRC-Decock 25 run (Decock run)

SE-Jon Waalkens 17 run (pass fail)

Fourth Quarter

RRC-Dillion Benson 2 run (pass failed)

SE-Waalkens 5 run (pass good)


Rushing: RRC-M. Schroepfer 15-158, J. Schroepfer 10-65, DeCock 8-66, Derek Christians 11-53, Benson 10-43.

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Bierl 4-12-67-0.

Receiving: DeCock 4-67.

Interceptions: Casey Engen 2, Jesse Rogotzke 1, Christians 1.



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