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October 18, 2019


9/22/2019 11:16:00 PM
Bucs race past Eagles; Stoesz, top-ranked Wolverines rumble past fifth-ranked HBC
Sub-District and Section Football Scores
South Central District - White Sub-District
Scores
BEA 61, Windom 8
JCC 49, Redwood Valley 12
Pipestone 46, St. James 6

Standings
BEA 4-0 (1-0)
JCC 4-0 (1-0)
Pipestone 3-1 (1-0)
RWV 3-1 (0-1)
Windom 1-3 (0-1)
St. James Area 0-4 (0-1)

9-Man South - West Sub-District
Scores
MLA 40, HBC 20
Nicollet 43, WWG 14
HLOF 42, Edgerton 28
RCW 42, Madelia 7
BLHS 36, Cedar Mountain 20
SESM 23, GHECT 6
Southland 24, RRC 13

Standings - West Division
MLA 4-0
RCW 4-0
HBC 3-1
Nicollet 3-1
RRC 2-2
Edgerton 2-2
Madelia 2-2
BLHS 2-2
HLOF 2-2
SESM 2-2
Cedar Mountain 0-4
GHECT 0-4
WWG 0-4

Section 3AA
Scores
BEA 61, Windom 8
JCC 49, Redwood Valley 12
Pipestone 46, St. James 6
GFW 56, LCWM 12
Adrian 20, TMB 6

Standings
Redwood Valley 3-1
Pipestone 3-1
TMB 2-2
Windom 1-3
LCWM 1-3
St. James 0-4

Section 2 Nine-Man
Scores
Nicollet 43, WWG 14
SESM 23, GHECT 6
BLHS 36, CM 20
Ogilvie 52, Onamia 0
RVW 42, Madelia 7
Southland 24, RRC 13

Standings
RCW 4-0
Ogilvie 4-0
Nicollet 3-1
RRC 2-2
BLHS 2-2
SESM 2-2
Onamia 1-3
Cedar Mountain 0-4

Section 3 Nine-Man
Scores
MLA 40, HBC 20
SESM 23, GHECT 6
HLOF 42, Edgerton 28
RCW 42, Madelia 7
Nicollet 43, WWG 14
Houston 52, Lyle-Pacelli 20

Standings
MLA 4-0
HBC 3-1
Edgerton 2-2
Madelia 2-2
HLOF 2-2
Lyle-Pacelli 0-4
GHECT 0-4
WWG 0-4


Windom 08-00-00-00 = 08
Blue Earth 14-17-24-06 = 61

Blue Earth used its speed and several short field situations to pull away from the Windom Eagles Friday night, as the Bucs rolled to a 61-8 win at Blue Earth.

Trailing 6-0 early in the first quarter, the Eagles punched in their only points of the game and briefly took the lead. Kade Sammons scored on a 54-yard run, then added the two-point conversion to give the Eagles an 8-6 lead.

But the Bucs scored 55 unanswered points, doing the bulk of their damage on the ground. Blue Earth led 31-8 at the half, then scored 24 points in the third quarter to seal the victory.

Sammons rushed nine times for 95 yards in the loss for the Eagles. He also completed 6-of-21 passes for 148 yards. Conner Redman had four catches for 141 yards.

HBC 00-06-08-06 = 20
MLA 22-00-06-12 = 40

In a matchup between two top-five ranked teams in the latest state nine-man poll, Mt. Lake Area senior Abe Stoesz put on a show Friday night, leading the top-ranked Wolverines to a 40-20 victory over fifth-ranked Hills-Beaver Creek at Mt. Lake.

The Wolverines scored on their first three drives of the game and held HBC without a first down until the late stages of the first half. Then, after the Patriots battled back to within two scores twice in the second half, Stoesz put the game out of reach with a pair of lengthy scoring runs.

MLA took the opening kickoff and struck quickly, as Stoesz raced 47 yards to paydirt, capping a eight-play, 71-yard drive. Stoesz hit Kolby Kremmin for the two-point conversion, giving MLA a quick 8-0 lead.

After an HBC punt, the Wolverines moved 50 yards in five plays, capped with a 2-yard run by Stoesz. Stoesz found Brett Willaby for the two-point conversion and a 16-0 lead.

After another Patriot three-and-out, Stoesz hit Mace Herrig for a 25-yard gain, then capped a short drive with a 22-yard touchdown run for a 22-0 lead after one quarter.

HBC found the end zone late in the first half. On fourth-and-goal from the Wolverine 3, Patriot quarterback Gavin Wysong scrambled. As he was being dragged down, Wysong flipped the ball underhanded into the end zone, where it was hauled in by Zander Wysong for the touchdown, making the score 22-6 at the half.

MLA forced a three-and-out on the first drive of the second half, with Stoesz scoring three plays later on a 55-yard touchdown run, giving the Wolverines a 28-6 lead.

HBC answered, hitting a long completion and punching in a 1-yard run by Gavin Wysong. Wysong added the two-point run, cutting the MLA lead to 28-14.

The Patriots forced a turnover on downs on the next Wolverine possession and marched down to the MLA 1-yard line. But on second and goal, a snap sailed over the head of running back Tyson Bork. MLA's Adam Karschnik recovered, ending the Patriots' best chance to pull to within one score.

Early in the fourth quarter, the Patriots pinned MLA deep in its own end with a punt, but Stoesz was able to burst through the HBC defense, scoring on an 84-yard run for a 34-14 lead.

HBC battled back, as Wysong scored on a 4-yard run, making it a 34-20 game with 2:40 to go. But moments later, Stoesz iced the Wolverine win, scoring on a 77-yard run.

Stoesz finished the game with 21 carries for 374 yards and six touchdowns. He also completed 10-of-14 passes for 95 yards. Mace Herig rushed for 49 yards on six carries and had four catches for 36 yards in the win.

WWG 00-00-00-14 = 14
Nicollet 30-13-00-00 = 43

Nicollet did all its damage in the first half Friday night, taking a 43-0 halftime lead and coasting to a 43-14 victory over Westbrook-Walnut Grove at Nicollet.

The Raiders raced to a 30-0 lead after one quarter and led 43-0 at halftime.

WWG scored a pair of late touchdowns on a Jace Paplow 1-yard run and a 4-yard run by Elijah Merrick.

Paplow rushed 11 times for 55 yards in the loss. Merrick added four carries for 32 yards.

Cole VanDeWiele completed 4-of-10 passes for 36 yards.

Southland 08-06-00-10 = 24
RRC 00-07-00-06 = 13

Red Rock Central's offense was bottled up by a stout Southland defense Saturday afternoon, as the Rebels claimed a 24-13 victory, spoiling the Falcons' homecoming game in Lamberton.

RRC was held to 32 yards rushing and 156 yards of total offense for the game.

Southland scored early in the game on a 58-yard run, then took a 14-0 lead with a 21-yard touchdown pass.

RRC got on the board when Mason Irlbeck returned the ensuing kickoff 77 yards for a touchdown. Jonah Hansen's extra point kick cut the Southland lead to 14-7 at halftime.

The Rebels stretched the lead in the fourth quarter, scoring on a short touchdown pass.

RRC pulled to within 22-13 when Luke Willhite hit Irlbeck for a 55-yard touchdown strike, but the extra point kick failed, keeping a two-score deficit.

The Rebels scored the final points of the game by sacking Willhite in the end zone for a safety late in the contest.

Hansen led the Falcons on the ground with 18 yards on 10 carries.

Willhite completed 9-of-15 passes for 124 yards. Irlbeck had three catches for 66 yards and Hansen had two catches for 41 yards.

Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom: at JCC (Jackson), Sept. 27
MLA: vs. Madelia (at Mt. Lake), Sept. 27
RRC: vs. RCW (at Lamberton), Sept. 27
WWG: at HBC (at Westbrook), Sept. 27







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