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Area football roundup

October 18, 2012
Marshall Independent

TMB 44, Lakeview 8

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton's Alec Swan showed his versatility on Wednesday night, scoring his four touchdowns four different ways in the Panthers' 44-8 win over Lakeview in Little Sioux Conference action.

The TMB senior returned an interception in the first quarter, rushed for and caught a touchdown in the second quarter, and returned a punt 65 yards in the third quarter. He also accounted for three of the Panthers' (4-4 overall, 3-4 Little Sioux) four two-point conversions.

Parker Lanoue and Austin Peterson accounted for the other two TMB touchdowns, and Lanoue connected with Swan on the passing touchdown and with Austin Gleis for the final two-point conversion.

The Lakers (0-8, 0-7) got on the board with an 18-yard touchdown run from Cody St. Aubin.

The two teams will open section tournament play next Tuesday.

TMB16 16 12 0-44

Lakeview0 0 0 8-8

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

T-Parker Lanoue 23 rush (Alec Swan rush), 8:43

T-Swan 19 interception return (Austin Gleis pass from Lanoue), 0:32

Second Quarter

T-Swan 17 rush (Swan rush), 10:44

T-Swan 42 pass from Lanoue (Swan rush), 10:06

Third Quarter

T-Swan 65 punt return (kick failed), 10:24

T-Austin Peterson 2 rush (kick failed), 0:13

Fourth Quarter

L-Cody St. Aubin 18 rush (Jordan Larsen rush), 7:59

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: L-Cody St. Aubin 8-48, Garrett Wee 4-14, Jordan Larsen 1-3.

Passing (good-att-yards-int): L-Taylor Pickthorn 2-13-23-2.

Receiving: L-Derek Larsen 2-23.

Tackles (Solo-Assist): L-J. Larsen 3-2, D. Larsen 4-1, Spencer Larsen 1-8, Jacob Kesteloot 1-4, Steve Timm 3-3.

FF: L-D. Larsen.

FR: L-Kesteloot, Tyler Lang.

Minneota/LHI 48, MACCRAY 7

The Minneota/Lincoln HI football team ended the regular season on a six-game winning streak with a 48-7 win over MACCRAY in Little Sioux Conference action on Wednesday night.

The Vikings (7-1 overall, 6-1 Little Sioux) struck early with a 10-yard pass from Austin Buysse to Isaac Josephson. A Niels Peterson kick made it 7-0.

Josephson added a rushing touchdown before a Grant Hennen kick, and David Noyes scooped up a 39-yard fumble recovery to make it 21-0 after the first quarter.

Hennen scored Minneota/Lincoln HI's second-quarter touchdown to match the Wolverines' (2-6, 2-6) score in the quarter and take a 28-7 lead into the half.

In the third quarter, Nathan Pavek opened up with a 90-yard kickoff return and ended with a 35-yard run, which sandwiched Josephson's third touchdown of the night.

Minneota/Lincoln HI will open the Section 5A tournament on Tuesday night.

MACCRAY0 7 0 0-7

Minneota/Lincoln HI21 7 20 0-48

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

M/L-Isaac Josephson 10 pass from Austin Buysse (Niels Peterson kick), 10:31

M/L-Josephson 7 run (Grant Hennen kick), 7:17

M/L-David Noyes 39 fumble recovery (G. Hennen kick), 6:58

Second Quarter

MAC-Nate Zum 3 run (Taylor Thissen kick), 1:24

M/L-G. Hennen 9 pass from Buysse (Peterson kick), 0:19

Third Quarter

M/L-Nathan Pavek 90 kickoff return (Peterson kick), 11:46

M/L-Josephson 4 run (kick failed), 1:58

M/L-Pavek 35 run (Peterson kick), 1:37

Fourth Quarter

No scoring

M/LHI?INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Rushing:?Jeff Gladis 12-61, Nathan Pavek 3-51, Isaac Josephson 3-17, Jacob Faux 5-35, Brock Buysse 2-28,

Passing (comp-att-yards-int):?Austin Buysse 11-20-131-1.

Receiving:?Josephson 4-28, Jordan Beck 3-56.

Tackles:?Cole Hennen 11, Gladis 6.

Sacks:?Daniel Harrison 1.5.

Interceptions:?Alec Engler, Josephson, Beck.

Wabasso 36, Sleepy Eye 14

The Wabasso football team took a 20-point lead into the half over Sleepy Eye in Southern Minnesota Conference play on Wednesday night and never looked back, finishing the conference season with a 36-14 win.

The Rabbits (4-4 overall, 4-3 Southern Minnesota Conference) started the game with a safety on the Indians before Neil Eichten found Seth Guetter for a 13-yard touchdown.

TJ Fulton added a rushing touchdown in the first quarter, and Tanner Rohlik added a 16-yard run in the second.

Sleepy Eye (1-7, 0-7) got on the board in the third quarter, but the Rabbits answered with Rohlik's second rushing touchdown of the game, and Dominic Ourada sealed the game in the fourth with a 3-yard run.

Wabasso will be in action again next Tuesday to open Section 5A playoffs.

Wabasso14 6 8 8-36

Sleepy Eye0 0 8 6-14

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

W-Safety, 9:35

W-Seth Guetter 13 pass from Neil Eichten (kick failed), 5:12

W-TJ Fulton 13 run (conversion failed), 0:05

Second Quarter

Tanner Rohlik 16 run (conversion failed), 9:03

Third Quarter

SE-John Mangen 4 run (Mangen run), 3:49

W-Rohlik 1 run (Fulton pass from Eichten), 3:06

Fourth Quarter

W-Dominic Ourada 3 run (Caleb Kemp rush), 1:48

SE-Matt Schroepfer pass from Brandon Polesky (no conversion attempt), 0:00

WABASSO INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Blake Altermatt 19-97, Tanner Rohlik 9-71, TJ Fulton 8-66.

Passing: Neil Eichten 5-11-61-0.

Receiving: Seth Guetter 2-21, Fulton 2-13, Caleb Salfer 1-27.

Tackles: Tanner Bock 5, Salfer 8, Dalton Taylor 7.

Sacks: Bock.

FR: Salfer, Taylor.

Melrose Area 39, RRC 6

The Red Rock Central football team was unable to get its offense going against Melrose Area, falling 39-6 to the Dutchmen on Wednesday night.

Brady Bierl found Jordan Schroepfer for a 78-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter for the Falcons (4-4 overall), but that was their only score.

RRC will open Section 5A tournament play on Tuesday.

RRC0 6 0 0-6

Melrose Area7 13 13 6-39

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

M-Seth Noll 14 run (Trevor Sawyer kick)

Second Quarter

R-Jordan Schroepfer 78 pass from Brady Bierl (kick failed)

M-Gaven Sand 6 run (kick failed)

M-Sand 36 interception return (Sawyer kick)

Third Quarter

M-Sawyer 2 run (Sawyer kick)

M-Sawyer 29 run (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

M-Nathan Dragseth 2 run (kick failed)

RRC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Jordan Schroepfer 10-16, Mitchell Schroepfer 8-12, Derek Christians 5-18, Dillion Benson 6-14.

Passing: Brady Bierl 9-16-114-2, Thomas Blomgren 3-5-44-0.

Receiving: Jeff Decock 2-10, Jesse Rogotzke 2-18, M. Schroepfer 3-12, J. Schroepfer 1-78 Tanner Pederson 2-20, Maison Miller 1-24.

H-BC 42, WWG 0

The Westbrook-Walnut Grove football team had a rough finish to its regular season against unbeaten Hills-Beaver Creek. The Patriots scored 28 points in the third quarter of a 42-0 win in Hills to finish 8-0 in the Southern Confederacy Conference.

Dana Madson was WWG's leading rusher, carrying the ball 10 times for 40 yards. He also had 16 tackles.

Logan Weis led the Chargers with 18 tackles. WWG's Aaron Hass also had a solid night defensively, recording a fumble recovery and a sack.

The Chargers (4-4 overall) will open the Section 3 9-man playoffs on Tuesday.

WWG0 0 0 0-0

HBC8 6 28 0-42

WWG INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Dana Madson 10-40, Andrew Merrick 5-20,

Passing (comp-att-yards-int): John Elzenga 2-9-8-1.

Tackles: Logan Weis 18, Madson 16.

FR: Shane Buchman, Aaron Hass, Tristan Joel.

Sacks: Tyson Berg, Hass.

 
 

 

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