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PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Vikings shut out Benson

October 23, 2013
Marshall Independent

MINNEOTA - The Minneota football team had a strong showing to start their stint in Class 2A, defeating Benson 44-0 in the quarterfinals of the Section 3 tournament.

The Vikings (9-0) got a big night from Alec Engler, who led the way with two rushing touchdowns to go with a receiving touchdown.

Nathan Pavek and Cole Hennen each added a running touchdown while Jordan Beck caught quarterback Austin Buysse's first of two touchdown passes on the night.

Simon Ankersen added a 24-yard field goal in the third quarter for the Vikings.

Minneota, the second seed in Section 3, will play host to No. 3 seed BOLD, who defeated Eden Valley-Watkins on Tuesday night, on Saturday.

Benson0 0 0 0 - 0

Minneota/Lincoln HI20 7 10 7 - 44

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

M - Nathan Pavek 66 run (kick failed).

M - Jordan Beck 46 pass from Austin Buysse (kick failed).

M - Alec Engler 4 run (Beck pass from Buysse).

Second Quarter

M - Cole Hennen 25 run (Simon Ankersen kick).

Third Quarter

M - Ankersen 24 field goal.

M - Engler 22 pass from Buysse (Diego Meza kick).

Fourth Quarter

M - Alec Engler 20 run (Ankersen kick).

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - Minneota/Lincoln HI (Nathan Pavek 3-77, Jeff Gladis 11-42, Alec Engler 4-26, Cole Hennen 2-25, Brock Fox 1-1).

PASSING - Minneota/Lincoln HI (Austin Buysse 11-15-161-0).

RECEIVING - Minneota/Lincoln HI (Hennen 4-48, Jordan Beck 1-46, Engler 2-35, Nicholas Esping 4-32).

TACKLES (Solo-Assisted) - Minneota/Lincoln HI (C. Hennen 9-1, Garrett Hennen 2-3, Pavek 2-2, Daniel Harrison 2-1, Esping 2-1, Nathan Bueltel 2-0).

SACKS - Minneota/Lincoln HI (Harrison 1.5, Leo Buysse 1.5, Pavek 0.5, Beck 0.5).

INTERCEPTIONS - Minneota/Lincoln HI (C. Hennen 1).

TEAM INFORMATION

RECORD - Benson (1-8 overall); Minneota/Lincoln HI (9-0 overall).

NEXT GAME - Benson (season complete); Minneota/Lincoln HI (hosts winner No. 3-seed BOLD (7-2 overall) in Class 2A Section 3 Tournament semifinal round at 3 p.m. Saturday).

Class A, Section 3

St. Clair 55,

Murray County Central 0

ST. CLAIR - No. 4 seed St. Clair recorded 28 points in the first quarter in en route to a 55-0 win against Murray County Central in the Section 3A football quarterfinals Tuesday in St. Clair.

The Cylones blew by the Rebels, scoring a total of seven rushing touchdowns in the matchup. Jordan Goebel found the end zone four times, while Tyler Hauser struck three times. Austin Nagel registered the final touchdown of the night after hauling down an interception.

MCC earned 12 first downs in the contest. Seth Bass was 18-for-33 passing for 161 yards. Mitch Woldt had six catches for 89 yards, while Mitch Reinsma grabbed three passes for 23 yards. Grant Rohrer contributed five catches for 20 yards and Logan Kluis added one catch for 15 yards.

In addition to chipping in a team-high 12 tackles, Kluis also had 21 yards rushing on nine carries. As a team, the Rebels had 29 carries for a loss of 30 yards. Nick Petersen added eight tackles, three for a loss of nine yards, while Justin Bakke had four tackles, including one for a loss of two yards.

Murray County Central 0 0 0 0 - 0

St. Clair28 14 13 0 - 55

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - Murray County Central (Logan Kluis 9-21, Mitch Reinsma 1-2).

PASSING (comp-att-yards-int) - Murray County Central (Seth Bass 18-33-161-3).

RECEIVING - Murray County Central (Mitch Woldt 6-89, Reinsma 3-23, Grant Rohrer 5-20, Kluis 1-15, Jaden Boerboom 2-14).

TACKLES - Murray County Central (Kluis 12, Nick Petersen 8, Justin Bakke 4, Bass 3, Dalton Keeler 3).

TEAM INFORMATION

RECORD - Murray County Central (2-7 overall); St. Clair (3-6 overall).

NEXT GAME - Murray County Central (season complete); St. Clair (plays at No. 1-seed Adrian (6-2) in Class A Section 3 Tournament semifinal round at 3 p.m. Saturday).

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 40, Red Rock Central 8

TRACY - No. 3-seeded Tracy-Milroy-Balaton compiled 459 yards of offense, dominating sixth-seeded Red Rock Central 40-8 in the quarterfinal round of Section 3A competition Tuesday in Tracy.

The Falcons recorded 166 yards of offense, 81 of which were on the ground. TMB had 178 rushing yards, led by Brett Swenhaugen, who put the Panthers on the board with a 1-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, followed by a 51-yard touchdown pass to Isaac Koenig. Jordan Towne also chipped in with an interception.

The Panthers added to their lead in the third quarter when Koenig found the end zone twice and Jacob Bengston scored on a fumble recovery. Swenhaugen added a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Swenhaugen finished the night with 93 yards rushing on 14 carries and was 13-for-21 passing for 281 yards. Koenig rushed 13 times for 24 yards and was also TMB's top receiver, recording two catches for 100 yards.

Jordan Schroepfer put the Falcons on the scoreboard with a 27-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter and finished with 86 yards on 17 carries. Spencer Jenniges had one reception for 47 yards, while Taylor Bunting went 5-for-17 passing for 85 yards.

Red Rock Central0 0 0 8 - 8

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton0 14 20 6 - 40

SCORING SUMMARY

Second Quarter

TMB- Brett Swenhaugen 1 run (2-pt failed), 7:31.

TMB- Isaac Koenig 51 pass from Swenhaugen (2-pt good), 4:35.

Third Quarter

TMB- Koenig 2 run (kick good), 8:34.

TMB - Jacob Bengston fumble recovery (kick failed), 5:27.

TMB- Koenig 2 run (kick good), 1:49.

Fourth Quarter

TMB -Swenhaugen 4 run (kick failed), 7:36.

RRC - Jordan Schroepfer 27 run (2-pt good), 1:59.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - Red Rock Central (Jordan Schroepfer 17-86); Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (Brett Swenhaugen 14-93, Isaac Koenig 13-24).

PASSING (comp-att-yards-int) - Red Rock Central (Taylor Bunting 5-17-85-1); Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (Swenhaugen 13-21-281-0).

RECEIVING - Red Rock Central (Spencer Jenniges 1-47); Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (Koenig 2-100).

INTERCEPTIONS - Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (Jordan Towne 1).

TEAM INFORMATION

RECORD - Red Rock Central (2-7 overall); Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (6-3 overall).

NEXT GAME - Red Rock Central (season complete); Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (plays at No. 2-seed United South Central (5-3 overall) in Class A Section 3 Tournament semifinal round at 3 p.m. Saturday in Wells).

Class A, Section 5

Dawson-Boyd 54, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 3

DAWSON - The No. 2 seed Dawson-Boyd advanced to the semifinal round of the Class A Section 5 tournament after holding No. 8 seed Russell-Tyler-Ruthton to a single field goal.

The Blackjacks dominated offensively, picking up 354 yards of total offense, 261 of which were rushing, in the 54-3 win. The attack was led by Dalton Palmer who carried the ball 13 times for 180 yards and three touchdowns. Joey Lee contributed 74 yards in the air and 56 yards of rushing.

Dawson-Boyd secured its win in the second-half with five unanswered touchdowns, including a 22 yard interception from Noah Stelter and a 33 yard fumble recovery by Hunter Olson.

Frank Gecevie put RTR on the scoreboard with a 31-yard field goal. Brett Vercruysse led the Knights with 123 yards rushing on 28 carries. Ty Thooft added 51 rushing yards on 10 carries.

The Blackjacks (7-1) will host Canby in the semifinals at 3:00 p.m. Saturday. RTR finishes the season at 0-8.

Russell-Tyler-Ruthton0 3 0 0 - 3

Dawson-Boyd14 6 28 6 - 54

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

DB - Dalton Palmer 66 run (Easton Popma kick).

DB - Palmer 27 run (Popma kick).

Second Quarter

DB - Karson Lindblad 2 run (kick failed).

RTR - Frank Gecevie 31 field goal.

Third Quarter

DB - Palmer 70 run (Popma kick).

DB - Noah Stelter 22 interception (Popma kick).

DB - Lindblad 2 run (Popma kick).

DB - Hunter Olson 33 fumble recovery (Popma kick).

Fourth Quarter

DB - Lindblad 19 pass from Jess Hansen (kick failed).

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - Russell-Tyler-Ruthon (Brett Vercruysse 28-123, Ty Thooft 10-51); Dawson-Boyd (Dalton Palmer 13-180, Joey Lee 3-56, Karson Lindblad 6-17).

PASSING - Russell-Tyler-Ruthon (Tate Thooft 4-13-21-2); Dawson-Boyd (J. Lee 8-13-74-0).

RECEIVING - Russell-Tyler-Ruthon (Ross Johnson 1-11, Ty Thooft 2-6); Dawson-Boyd (Palmer 3-22, Michael Lee 2-20, Lindblad 1-19).

INTERCEPTIONS - Dawson-Boyd (Noah Stelter 1).

TEAM INFORMATION

RECORD - Russell-Tyler-Ruthon (0-8 overall); Dawson-Boyd (7-1 overall).

Canby 25, Lac Qui Parle Valley 12

CANBY - The No. 2 seed Canby advanced to the semifinals with a 25-12 victory over fifth-seeded Lac qui Parle Valley.

The Lancers and Eagles each scored two touchdowns in the first half, with an extra point giving the Canby a 13-12 edge at the half. The Lancers came out and scored two unanswered touchdowns in the second half, including a 98-yard interception return by Brett Hansen.

Michael Slaba rushed for 149 of the teams 173 yards on 25 carries. Matthew Sisk threw seven receptions for 62 yards and two touchdowns. Hansen led the Lancers defensively with 11 tackles. Quentin Beiningen added two sacks in the effort.

Canby (4-5) will take on the No. 1 seeded Dawson-Boyd Blackjacks Saturday in the Class A Section 5 semifinals.

Lac qui Parle Valley12 0 0 0 - 12

Canby6 7 6 6 - 25

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

LQPV - Kody Nesvold 12 run (kick failed).

Canby - Michael Slaba 3 run (kick failed).

LQPV - Kellen Kessler 1 run (kick failed).

Second Quarter

Canby - Matthew Sisk 14 run (kick good).

Third Quarter

Canby - Kristian Leppke 19 pass from Sisk (kick failed).

Fourth Quarter

Canby - Brett Hansen 98 interception (kick failed).

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - Canby (Michael Slaba 25-149, Quentin Beiningen 3-16).

PASSING - Canby (Matthew Sisk 7-62, Slaba 1-20).

RECEIVING - Canby (Brock Nothem 2-20, Tanner Kack 1-20).

TACKLES - Canby (Brett Hansen 11, Corey Castell 10).

SACKS - Canby (Beiningen 2).

INTERCEPTIONS - Canby (Hansen 1).

TEAM INFORMATION

RECORD - Lac Qui Parle Valley (3-6 overall); Canby (4-5 overall).

Wabasso 36, Lakeview 0

WABASSO - Second-seeded Wabasso shut out number No. 7 seed Lakeview 36-0 in the Class A Section 5 quarterfinal match-up.

After a slow start in the first quarter, the Rabbits put together three rushing touchdowns in the last four minutes of the first half. Tanner Bock rushed the end zone from five yards out, followed by an 18-yard touchdown run from TJ Fulton. Neil Eichten then scampered in from 1-yard out.

Bock inspired the Rabbits, rushing for 191 yards on 32 carries and two touchdowns. Eichten went 13-for-21 in the air for 128 yards.

Wabasso held Lakeview to 92 total offensive yards and picked-up two interceptions from Caleb Salfer and Dirk Pistulka.

The Lakers put-up a strong defensive effort, totaling 60 team tackles with 12 from Jeremy Rodriquez. Jacob Neu and Jordan Larsen each picked up six.

Offensively, Isaac Loe contributed 65 yards passing on seven completions. Cody St. Aubin rushed for 24 yards on six carries and Anthony Bossuyt caught two passes for 22 yards.

The Rabbits will advance to the semifinals Saturday when they host third-seed MACCRAY. The Lakers finish their season 2-7 overall.

Lakeview0 0 0 0 - 0

Wabasso0 22 7 7 - 36

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

No Scoring.

Second Quarter

Wabasso - Tanner Bock 5 run (Neil Eichten pass), 4:31.

Wabasso - TJ Fulton 18 run (Tom Deutschmann kick), 3:13.

Wabasso - Eichten 1 run (Deutschmann kick), 0:10.

Third Quarter

Wabasso - Bock 15 run (Deutschmann kick), 6:27.

Fourth Quarter

Wabasso - Caleb Salfer 7 pass from Eichten (Deutschmann kick), 6:19.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - Lakeview (Cody St. Aubin 6-24, Issac Loe 5-11); Wabasso (Tanner Bock 32-191, TJ Fulton 4-26, Caleb Kemp 6-14).

PASSING - Lakeview (Loe 7-25-65-2); Wabasso (Neil Eichten 13-21-128-0).

RECEIVING - Lakeview (Anthony Bossuyt 2-21, St. Aubin 1-18, Juan Garcia 2-16); Wabasso (Kemp 2-43, Caleb Safer 4-40, Dirk Pistulka 2-22).

TACKLES - Lakeview (Jeremy Rodriquez 12, Jacob Neu 6, Jordan Larson 6, Garrett Wee 5); Wabasso (Alex Schroepfer 4 1/2, Matt Zeug 4, Bock 3 1/2, Josh Altermatt 3 1/2).

INTERCEPTIONS - Wabasso (Pistulka 1, Salfer 1).

TEAM INFORMATION

RECORD - Lakeview (2-7 overall); Wabasso (8-1 overall).

9-Man, Section 3

Hills-Beaver Creek 44, Westbrook-Walnut Grove 26

WESTBROOK - Both teams traded points back and forth for the first three quarters, but fifth-seeded Hills-Beaver Creek outscored No. 4 seed Westbrook-Walnut Grove 16-6 in the fourth quarter to earn a 44-26 win in Section 3 9-man football playoff action Tuesday in Westbrook.

Shane Buchman found Tristan Joel and Sean McCroskey in the end zone from 29 yards out and 16 yards out to keep the Chargers within eight points in the first quarter. Buchman added a 62-yard touchdown pass to McCroskey in the second quarter to keep pace with the Panthers.

Buchman was able to zero in on another target in the fourth quarter, connecting with Tyler Schoborg from 30 yards out, but HBC edged its way to victory with 16 fourth-quarter points.

Buchman compiled 350 yards passing for WWG, while McCroskey had six catches for 140 yards. Levi Bunting had three receptions for 61 yards, followed by Otto (3-33), Joel (3-32), Jarmer (2-30), Schoborg (1-30) and Anthony Koch (1-30). Mitchell Jarmer collected 21 yards on one carry.

Logan Weis and Schoborg led the Charger defense with 16 tackles each, while Buchman chipped in 12, Tyson Berg 11 and Jake Otto 10.

Hills-Beaver Creek20 8 0 16 - 44

Westbrook-Walnut Grove12 8 0 6 - 26

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

WWG- Tristan Joel 29 pass from Shane Buchman (pass failed).

WWG - Sean McCroskey 16 pass from Buchman (pass failed).

Second Quarter

WWG- McCroskey 62 pass from Buchman (McCroskey pass from Buchman).

Fourth Quarter

WWG - Tyler Schoborg 30 pass from Buchman (run failed).

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - Westbrook-Walnut Grove (Mitchell Jarmer 1-21, Matt Otto 1-14).

PASSING (comp-att-yards-int) - Westbrook-Walnut Grove (Buchman 19-34-350-1).

RECEIVING - Westbrook-Walnut Grove (McCroskey 6-140, Levi Bunting 3-61, Otto 3-33, Joel 3-32, Jarmer 2-30, Schoborg 1-30, Anthony Koch 1-30).

TACKLES - Westbrook-Walnut Grove (Schoborg 16, Logan Weis 16, Buchman 12, Tyson Berg 11, Jake Otto 10).

TEAM INFORMATION

RECORD - Hills-Beaver Creek (6-3 overall); Westbrook-Walnut Grove (5-4 overall).

NEXT GAME - Hills-Beaver Creek (plays at No. 1-seed Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley (9-0 overall) in 9-Man Section 3 Tournament semifinal round at 3 p.m. Saturday); Westbrook-Walnut Grove (season complete).

PREP FOOTBALL

Section Tournaments

Quarterfinal Round

Class 5A

Section 1

Austin 42, Faribault 7

Rochester John Marshall 41, Rochester Century 7

Section 2

Chanhassen 28, Waconia 14

Northfield 39, New Prague 7

Section 3

Apple Valley 52, St. Louis Park 16

Bloomington Kennedy 62, Minneapolis Southwest 13

Section 4

Irondale 54, North St. Paul 32

Spring Lake Park 29, Robbinsdale Cooper 0

Section 5

Henry Sibley 28, Hastings 21

St. Thomas Academy 22, Simley 6

Section 6

Buffalo 43, Willmar 20

Elk River 69, Monticello 42

Section 7

Bemidji 42, Duluth East 0

Cambridge-Isanti 37, St. Francis 31

Section 8

Moorhead 42, Alexandria 7

Sartell 28, Sauk Rapids-Rice 6

Class 4A

Section 1

Byron 7, Red Wing 0

Winona 47, Albert Lea 12

Section 2

Dassel-Cokato 47, Mankato East 12

Marshall 59, New Ulm 9

Section 3

Holy Family Catholic 56, St. Paul Academy 14

Richfield 35, Minneapolis South 26

Section 4

Hill-Murray 39, New Life Academy 0

North Branch 35, St. Paul Harding 14

Section 5

Big Lake 28, Zimmerman 11

Orono 40, Mound Westonka 16

Section 6

Blake 48, St. Anthony 28

Fridley 41, Park Center 14

Section 7

Duluth Denfeld 25, Hibbing 0

Princeton 33, Grand Rapids 0

Section 8

Albany 34, Fergus Falls 21

Rocori 24, Little Falls 13

Class 3A

Section 1

Cannon Falls 29, Tri-City United 26

La Crescent 23, Lake City 6

Plainview-Elgin-Millville 22, Jordan 19

Section 2

Breck 6, Providence Academy 0

Rockford 32, Minneapolis Henry 12

Section 3

Blue Earth Area 41, Worthington 7

Sibley East 21, St. Peter 6

Section 4

St. Paul Como Park 23, Minneapolis Roosevelt 13

Section 5

Mora 22, Aitkin 8

Pierz 48, Pine City 6

St. Cloud Cathedral 15, Milaca 12

Section 6

Annandale 48, Montevideo 22

Litchfield 21, Redwood Valley 18

Melrose 41, Morris Area/Chokia-Alberta 15

Section 7

Duluth Marshall 34, Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin 12

Esko 51, Virginia 20

Two Harbors 20, International Falls 12

Section 8

Pequot Lakes 13, Roseau 12, 2OT

Perham 35, East Grand Forks 14

Class 2A

Section 1

Caledonia 45, Dover-Eyota 0

Chatfield 68, St. Charles 20

Lewiston-Altura 35, Hayfield 14

Triton 42, Winona Cotter 22

Section 2

Kenyon-Wanamingo 21, Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 19

Medford 34, LeSueur-Henderson 16

Norwood-Young America 36, Zumbrota-Mazeppa 35

Pine Island 55, G-F-W 14

Section 3

Jackson County Central 56, St. James Area 0

Luverne 25, Pipestone 24

Maple River 49, Windom 0

Martin County West 40, New Richland-H-E-G 14

Section 4

Concordia Academy 25, Minneapolis Edison 7

Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 26, Brooklyn Center 22

Maple Lake 47, St. Paul Humboldt 13

St. Agnes 39, Spectrum 0

Section 5

BOLD 68, Eden Valley-Watkins 14

Minneota/Lincoln HI 44, Benson 0

Paynesville 70, Yellow Medicine East 6

Sauk Centre 40, Minnewaska 7

Section 6

Breckenridge 35, Wadena-Deer Creek 0

Holdingford 40, Staples-Motley 0

Ottertail Central 47, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 8

Pelican Rapids 49, Osakis 30

Section 7

Eveleth-Gilbert 14, Rush City 6

Mesabi East 18, Hinckley-Finlayson 6

Section 8

Barnesville 61, Warroad 0

Frazee 35, Crookston 12

United North Central 38, Bagley 0

Class A

Section 1

Bethlehem Academy 36, Wabasha-Kellogg 23

Blooming Prairie 42, Kingsland 6

Fillmore Central 13, Goodhue 12

Southland 47, Rushford-Peterson 20

Section 2

Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 20, Minnesota Valley Lutheran 15

New Ulm Cathedral 53, Sleepy Eye 6

Sleepy Eye St. Mary's 47, Mankato Loyola 12

Springfield 41, Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton 18

Section 3

St. Clair 55, Murray County Central 0

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 40, Red Rock Central 8

Section 4

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 48, Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 6

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 21, Kimball 13

Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity 30, Mayer Lutheran 29, OT

Minneapolis North 48, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 6

Section 5

Canby 25, Lac qui Parle Valley 12

Dawson-Boyd 54, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 3

MACCRAY 46, Ortonville 14

Wabasso 36, Lakeview 0

Section 6

Browerville 29, Pillager 8

Pine River-Backus 36, Prairie Valley Nighthawks 24

Royalton 47, New York Mills 6

Upsala/Swanville 34, West Central 0

Section 7

Barnum 46, Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 7

Blackduck 20, East Central 0

Braham 32, Cook County 6

Deer River 34, Ogilvie 14

Section 8

Fertile-Beltrami 34, Fosston 20

Lake Park-Audubon 42, Badger-Greenbush-Middle River 15

Mahnomen 58, Red Lake 6

Red Lake County 51, Northern Freeze 16

9-Man

Section 1

Grand Meadow 47, LeRoy-Ostrander 14

Houston 27, Mabel-Canton 18

Lanesboro 60, Lyle/Austin Pacelli 34

Spring Grove def. Glenville-Emmons, forfeit

Section 2

GHEC/Truman 62, Alden-Conger 24

Madelia 45, West Lutheran 0

Nicollet 51, Minnesota Academy for the Deaf 30

Randolph 22, Cleveland 20

Section 3

Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 52, Renville County West 13

Edgerton/Ellsworth 62, Fulda 6

Hills-Beaver Creek 44, Westbrook-Walnut Grove 26

Mountain Lake Area 70, Hancock 8

Section 4

Isle 28, Onamia 6

Underwood 48, Brandon-Evansville 14

Verndale 42, Bertha-Hewitt 14

Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 54, Ashby 46

Section 5

Floodwood 34, Cherry 0

McGregor 29, Hill City 18

South Ridge 26, Cromwell 0

Wrenshall 31, Silver Bay 0

Section 6

Ada-Borup 40, Rothsay 8

Nevis 60, Northland 12

Park Christian (Moorhead) 18, Norman County East/Ulen-Hitterdal 0

Waubun 42, Cass Lake-Bena 0

Section 7

Bigfork 22, North Woods 20

Chisholm 34, Mountain Iron-Buhl 8

Ely 43, Lake of the Woods 0

Kelliher/Northome 32, Northeast Range 0

Section 8

Clearbrook-Gonvick 38, Goodridge/Grygla-Gatzke 14

Kittson County Central 53, Climax/Fisher 6

Warren-Alvarado-Oslo 30, Stephen-Argyle 24

Win-E-Mac 61, Norman County West 6

 
 

 

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