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October 18, 2019


9/14/2019 12:13:00 AM
Eagles hold off LCWM for first win
Sub-District and Section Football Scores
South Central District - White Sub-District
Scores
Windom 12, LCWM 7
JCC 48, MCW 3
BEA 46, St. Peter 36
RV 36, LSH 0
Luverne 13, Pipestone 12
NRHEG 55, St. James 6

Standings
BEA 3-0 (0-0)
JCC 3-0 (0-0)
RWV 2-1 (0-0)
Pipestone 3-0 (0-0)
Windom 1-2 (0-0)
St. James Area 0-3 (0-0

9-Man South - West Sub-District
Scores
MLA 43, Kingsland 0
RRC 16, WWG 6
BLHS 41, SESM 20
RCW 22, Nicollet 20
Madelia 12, GHECT 8
HLOF 22, CM 8
HBC 52, Edgerton 0

Standings - West Division
HBC 3-0
MLA 3-0
RCW 3-0
Edgerton 2-1
Nicollet 2-1
Madelia 2-1
RRC 2-1
BLHS 1-2
HLOF 1-2
SESM 1-2
Cedar Mountain 0-3
GHECT 0-3
WWG 0-3

Section 3AA
Scores
Windom 12, LCWM 7
TMB 15, Wabasso 14
RV 36, LSH 0
Luverne 13, Pipestone 12
NRHEG 55, St. James 6

Standings
Redwood Valley 3-0
Pipestone 2-1
TMB 2-1
Windom 1-2
LCWM 1-2
St. James 0-3

Section 2 Nine-Man
Scores
RRC 16, WWG 6
BLHS 41, SESM 20
RCW 22, Nicollet 20
HLOF 22, CM 8
Ogilvie 50, McGregor 8
Isle 40, Onamia 6

Standings
RCW 3-0
Ogilvie 3-0
RRC 2-1
Nicollet 2-1
Onamia 1-2
BLHS 1-2
SESM 1-2
Cedar Mountain 0-3

Section 3 Nine-Man
Scores
MLA 43, Kingsland 0
HBC 52, Edgerton 0
RRC 16, WWG 6
Madelia 12, GHECT 8
HLOF 22, CM 8
Southland 45, LP 13

Standings
HBC 3-0
MLA 3-0
Edgerton 2-1
Madelia 2-1
HLOF 1-2
Lyle-Pacelli 0-3
GHECT 0-3
WWG 0-3


Windom 06-06-00-00 = 12
LCWM 07-00-00-00 = 07

A week after giving up over 500 yards on the ground, the Windom Eagles' defense tightened up when it needed to Friday night, shutting Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial down over the final three quarters. That allowed the Eagles to claim a 12-7 victory over the Knights in Lake Crystal.

The game was originally scheduled to be played in Windom, but was moved to Lake Crystal due to wet field conditions.

The Eagles held LCWM to 149 yards of total offense in the game. The Eagles recorded seven quarterback sacks in the game, including three to halt drives in the fourth quarter.

LCWM struck first, capitalizing on a short Eagle punt to take the ball on the Windom 33-yard line. Three plays later, quarterback Evan Mann found a crease and raced 31 yards for a touchdown. The extra-point kick gave LCWM a 7-0 lead with 5:40 to go in the first quarter.

The Eagles answered with a solid 70-yard, eight-play drive. A pair of key third-down pass completions from Kade Sammons to Conner Redman kept the drive alive, and Sammons capped the drive with a 22-yard touchdown dash. The extra-point kick failed, leaving LCWM with a 7-6 lead after the end of the first quarter.

The teams traded turnovers early in the second quarter, with Pius Krah recovering a fumble at the Knights' 32-yard line. Five plays later, Sammons scored his second touchdown of the game from two yards out, giving the Eagles a 12-7 lead.

Krah recovered another fumble on the Knights' next play from scrimmage, but the Eagles failed to convert on fourth down.

Windom was in position to add to the lead late in the first half, driving the ball inside the red zone on a pair of long completions to Trenton Renquist and Redman. But late in the half, the Eagles fumbled while trying to stretch for the goal line, with LCWM recovering and running out the half.

In the second half, the Eagle defense took over, forcing a punt on the Knights' first drive. A sack by Dylan Serreyn halted LCWM's momentum, forcing the punt.

After an Eagle punt, LCWM again was stopped by an Eagle sack, this time by Krah to force a punt.

Windom took over deep in its own end, but quickly marched near midfield behind a 24-yard completion to Redman. On third-and-14 from its own 46, the Eagles appeared to score a touchdown on a pass to Renquist, but a holding penalty negated the play. A 38-yard completion to O'Maria Lewis kept the drive going, but a sack eventually forced a punt to start the fourth quarter.

LCWM was able to drive the ball out from its own 9-yard line into Eagle territory. But on fourth-and-2 from the Eagle 40, Serreyn hit Mann on the blind side for a sack, turning the ball over on downs.

LCWM forced the Eagles to go three-and-out with 3:28 left on the clock. A run by Mann pushed the Knights out to the Eagle 40-yard line, but back-to-back sacks by Krah and Alex Altman forced LCWM into a fourth-and-17 from the Eagle 47. A completed pass was stopped short with 1:14 to go, allowing the Eagles to kneel out the clock for the win.

The win was the first for the Eagles since Oct. 7, 2017, when Windom defeated St. James 55-25.

Sammons led the Eagles with 94 yards rushing on 24 carries. Josh Samdal had 13 yards on eight carries.

Sammons completed 9-of-17 passes for 165 yards. Redman had five receptions for 86 yards.

MLA 08-14-15-06 = 43
Kingsland 00-00-00-00 = 00

Mt. Lake Area churned out yardage on the ground, while the Wolverine defense held Kingsland to under 70 yards of total offense in a 43-0 MLA victory Friday in Spring Valley.

The Wolverines put up nearly 300 yards on the ground, while holding the Knights to 65 yards of offense for the game, with much of that coming on two plays late in the first half.

MLA got the scoring started in the first quarter on a 5-yard Mace Herrig touchdown run. Abe Stoesz added the two-point conversion for an 8-0 lead.

In the second quarter, Micah Holmberg smashed through for a 3-yard touchdown and Stoesz scored on a 5-yard run for a 22-0 Wolverine lead at the half.

In the third quarter, Stoesz scored on a 1-yard run and Ethan Nickel added a 4-yard touchdown. Holmberg scored on a 12-yard run early in the fourth quarter, sealing the victory.

Stoesz rushed 13 times for 101 yards in the game. He also completed 10-of-22 passes for 68 yards.

Herrig rushed 15 times for 82 yards, Holmberg added 51 yards on six carries and Nickel had 49 yards on nine carries. Nickel also had a team-high four receptions for 35 yards.

RRC 00-00-07-09 = 16
WWG 00-00-00-06 = 06

For the second straight week, Red Rock Central saw its offense come to life in the second half. This time, the Falcons took command with 16 straight points, claiming a 16-6 victory over Westbrook-Walnut Grove Friday in Westbrook.

After a scoreless first half, the Falcons used a lengthy drive late in the third quarter to break the deadlock. Luke Willhite hit Dominik Smith for a 10-yard touchdown. Jonah Hansen's extra-point kick gave RRC a 7-0 lead.

After WWG mishandled a punt deep in its own end, the Falcons forced a three-and-out. On the ensuing punt, Derek Werner broke through the line, blocking the punt out of the back of the end zone for a safety and a 9-0 lead.

After the ensuing kickoff, the Falcons churned out yardage on the ground, capped with a 9-yard touchdown run by Damon Holmen for a 16-0 lead.

WWG tried to battle back late, scoring on a 50-yard pass from Cole VanDeWiele to Jace Paplow with just over two minutes to go. The two-point conversion failed, leaving the deficit at 10 points. RRC recovered the ensuing onside kick and was able to run out the clock.

Hansen led RRC with 106 yards rushing on 21 carries. Holmen added 48 yards on 11 carries. Willhite completed 5-of-12 passes for 43 yards. Smith had four catches for 38 yards.

Paplow led WWG with 60 yards rushing on 12 carries. Gabe Krick rushed 12 times for 40 yards.

Ethan Mischke completed 7-of-11 passes for 94 yards. VanDeWiele added 3-of-9 passing for 65 yards. Paplow had five catches for 91 yards. Nathan Kuehl caught three passes for 44 yards.

Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: at Blue Earth, Sept. 20
MLA: vs. HBC (at Mt. Lake), Sept. 20
RRC: vs. Southland (at Lamberton), Sept. 21
WWG: at Nicollet, Sept. 20







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