PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Blackjacks stun Dragons
ADRIAN – The Dawson-Boyd football team overcame a halftime deficit to hand sixth-ranked Adrian its first loss of the season in a 34-20 win on Thursday night in Little Sioux football.
The seventh-ranked Blackjacks outscored the Dragons 26-6 in the second half.
Joey Lee had four touchdown passes to go with 195 yards, 123 of which went to Michael Lee, who also caught three touchdown passes.
Dalton Palmer scored on the ground and through the air, tallying 40 yards on the ground.
Dawson-Boyd will play host to Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Tuesday while Adrian will play host to undefeated Minneota/Lincoln HI.
DB6 0 12 16 – 34
Adrian0 14 0 6 – 20
DB – Michael Lee pass from Joey Lee (kick failed), 3:09.
A – Jordan Dingmann 50 run (kick failed), 6:14.
A – Dingmann 1 run (Dingmann run ), 0:02.
DB – M. Lee 23 pass from J. Lee (conversion failed), 10:21.
DB – Dalton Palmer 3 run (conversion failed), 6:27.
DB – Palmer 17 pass from J. Lee (Kyler Collins pass from J. Lee), , 10:47.
DB – M. Lee 15 pass from J. Lee (Kyler Collins pass from J. Lee), 6:14.
A – Dillon John 1 run (conversion failed).
RUSHING?- DB (Michael Anyasike 11-76, Dalton Palmoer 10-40).
PASSING – DB (Joey Lee 14-19-195-0).
RECEIVING – DB (Micahel Lee 10-123).
RECORD – Dawson-Boyd (6-1, 6-1 Little Sioux); Adrian (6-1, 6-1 Little Sioux).
NEXT?GAME – Dawson-Boyd (hosts Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Tuesday); Adrian (hosts Minneota/Lincoln HI on Wednesday).
Minneota/LINCOLN HI 48, Murray County Central 13
Minneota/Lincoln HI’s Austin Buysse took to the air with 12 completions for 305 yards. He threw for five touchdowns utilizing different receivers for each including Alex Engler, Nicholas Esping, Cole Hennen, Jordan Beck and Daniel Harrison.
Jeff Gladis controlled the rushing game with 69 yards on 12 carries and a touchdown. Nathan Pavek contributed three carries for 67 yards including a 36 yard rushing touchdown.
Defensively, the Vikings picked-up four sacks with two from Harrison and one a piece from Hennen and Brock Fox.
For the Rebels, Seth Bass was both the rushing and passing leader completing we passes for 103 yards and rushing for 35 yards on 16 carries. Logan Kluis added six carries for 35 yards and one touchdown.
The Vikings remain undefeated this season and will challenge the 6-1 Adrian Dragons on Wednesday. MCC falls to 2-5 and will travel to Lakeview on Wednesday.
MCC0 0 6 7 – 13
M/LH21 20 7 0 – 48
Minneota – Alex Engler 2 pass from Austin Buysee (Simon Ankersen kick).
Minneota – Nicholas Esping 49 pass from Buysse (Ankersen kick).
Minneota – Cole Hennen 15 pass from Buysse (Diego Meza kick).
Minneota – Jeff Gladis 3 run (Meza kick).
Minneota – Jordan Beck 62 pass from Buysse (kick failed).
Minneota – Daniel Harrison 65 pass from Buysse (Ankersen kick).
Minneota – Nathan Pavek 36 run (Ankersen kick).
MCC – Logan Kluis 3 run (kick failed).
MCC – Seth Bass 9 run (kick failed).
RUSHING?- Murray County Central (Seth Bass 16-35, Logan Kluis 6-31, Mitch Reinsma 6-13); Minneota/Lincoln HI (Jeff Gladis 12-69, Nathan Pavek 3-67, Cole Hennen 3-44).
PASSING – Murray County Central (Bass12-22-103-0); Minneota/Lincoln HI (Austin Buysse 12-17-305-1).
RECEIVING – Murray County Central (Grant Rohrer 3-47, Kluis 3-32); Minneota/Lincoln HI (Jordan Beck 2-86, Daniel Harrison 1-65, Nicholas Esping 1-49, Gladis 2-42, Cole Hennen 3-35).
TACKLES – Murray County Central (Kluis 5, Derek Clarke 4); Minneota/Lincoln HI (Harrison 6, Hennen 5, Engler 5).
SACKS – Minneota/Lincoln HI (Harrison 2, Brock Fox 1, Hennen 1,).
INTERCEPTIONS – Murray County Central (Mitch Reinsma 1).
RECORD – Murray County Central (2-5, 2-5 Little Sioux); Minneota/Lincoln HI (7-0, 7-0 Little Sioux).
NEXT?GAME – Murray County Central (at Lakeview on Wednesday); Minneota/Lincoln HI (at Adrian on Wednesday).
CANBY 6, LAKEVIEW 0
CANBY – A sole touchdown in the first-quarter lifted the Canby Lancers over Lakeview in a Little Sioux Conference victory.
The Lancers attacked from the ground with 238 rushing yards on 36 carries. Michael Slaba was rushing leader with 23 carries for 179 yards and a 50-yard touchdown run. Mathew Sisk completed seven passes for 73 yards in the victory. Zach Nuy led the Lancer defense with six tackles and two sacks.
Lakeview’s quarterback Issac Loe completed seven passes for 38 yards. Defensive leaders for the Lakers were Jonah Dovre with seven, Jordan Larsen with six and Jeremy Rodriquez with five tackles each.
The Lancers picked up their second victory of the season and will take on LQPV on Wednesday while Lakeview plays Murray County Central.
Lakeview0 0 0 0 – 0
Canby6 0 0 0 – 6
Canby – Michael Slaba 50 run. (kick failed)
RUSHING?- Lakeview (Jacob Neu 3-2); Canby (Michael Slaba 23-179, Brock Nothem 8-49).
PASSING – Lakeview (Issac Loe 7-25-38-2); Canby (Mathew Sisk 7-14-73-3).
RECEIVING – Lakeview (Jaden Hoffman 1-30, Neu 17); Canby (Kristian Leppke 3-41, Slaba 2-32).
TACKLES – Lakeview (Jonah Dovre 7, Jordan Larsen 6, Jeremy Rodriques 5); Canby (Zach Nuy 6).
SACKS – Lakeview (Rodridques 1, Dovre 1, Devon Girard 1); Canby (Zach Nuy 2).
RECORD – Lakeview (1-6); Canby (2-5).
NEXT?GAME – Lakeview (MCC); Canby (LQPV).
TRACY-MILROY-BALATON 26, RUSSELL-TYLER-RUTHTON 0
TYLER – Tracy-Milroy-Balaton shut out Russel-Tyler-Ruthton in a 26-0 victory Thursday night.
TMB’s Zach Seaton had a big night for the Panthers racking-up 129 receiving yards on two touchdowns. Brett Swenhaugen completed 14 passes for 247 yards.
RTR was led by Brett Vercruysse with 91 rushing yards. Tate Thooft threw seven passes for 25 yards.
RTR will travel to MACCRAY on Wednesday and TMB will take on Dawson-Boyd.
TMB0 14 0 12 – 26
RTR0 0 0 0 – 0
TMB- Brett Swenhaugen 1 run (kick good).
TMB – Eric Donner 16 pass from Swenhaugen (kick good).
TMB – Zach Seaton 86 pass from Swenhaugen (kick failed).
TMB – Seaton 50 pass from Swenhaugen (kick failed).
RUSHING?- Russell-Tyler-Ruthton (Brett Vercruysse 91 yards).
PASSING – Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (Brett Swenhaugen 14-29-247-1); Russell-Tyler-Ruthton (Tate Thooft 7-18-25-0).
RECEIVING – Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (Zach Seaton 129 yards).
RECORD – Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (5-2); Russell-Tyler-Ruthton (0-7).
NEXT?GAME – Tracy-Milroy-Balaton (hosts Dawson-Boyd on Wednesday); Russell-Tyler-Ruthton (plays at MACCRAY on Wednesday).
Clearbrook-Gonvick 49, Sacred Heart 0
Goodridge/Grygla-Gatzke 46, Badger-Greenbush-Middle River 6
Kittson County Central 68, Northern Freeze 0
Lac qui Parle Valley 20, MACCRAY 14
St. Paul Central 35, St. Paul Highland Park 27
Stephen-Argyle 52, Climax/Fisher 28