Friday night flashback

DAWSON- Dawson-Boyd won handily in its season-opener against Russell-Tyler-Ruthon Fiday, beating the Knights 42-8.

Dalton Palmer racked up 141 rushing yards on 20 carries to go with two touchdowns while Carson Linblad scored one touchdown, carrying nine times for 31 yards.

Quarterback Jess Hansen connected on 11 of his 15 passing attempts for137 yards and three touchdowns.

Two of the touchdown passes were brought in by Michael Lee, who finished with 41 yards on three catches.

Kevin Anderson scored the lone touchdown for the Knights, gaining 97 yards on 16 carries.

Tate Thooft finished 2-for-6 with nine yards passing and one interception.

Springfield 33


SPRINGFIELD- Carter Erickson rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another touchdown in as Springfield (1-0) wins big over Red Rock Central (0-1).

On a rainy night, the Tiger defense shined holding the Falcons to 103 yards total offense.

Springfield’s senior quarterback Erickson, started out the scoring, in the first quarter, for the Tigers, with a 19-yard run.

In the second quarter, Dylan Salonek rushed for a 10-yard touchdown. Later in the quarter, Erickson hit wideout Zach Johnson for a 1-yard touchdown pass. Tigers lead 21-0 at halftime.

The second half featured another touchdown run by Dylan Salonek, 4-yard run, and a 32-yard scamper by Erickson.


First Quarter

Springfield: 19 yard run Erickson (Andrew Salonek kick good)

Second Quarter

Springfield: 10 yard run Dylan Salonek (Andrew Salonek kick good)

Springfield: 1 yard pass Erickson to Zach Johnson (Andrew Salonek kick good)

Third Quarter

Springfield: 4 yard run Dylan Salonek (Andrew Salonek kick failed)

Springfield: 32 yard run Erickson(pass failed)


RRC Rushing (A-Y): Jordan Schroepfer 27-51, Dylan Benson 4-5;

RRC Passing (C-A-Y-TD-INT): Taylor Bunting 6-25-0-2;

RRC Receiving (R-Y): Schroepfer 2-16, Benson 2-11, Luke Engen 2-20.

Thursday games

Minneota 63

Lakeview 6

MINNEOTA-Freshman quarterback Alex Pohlen threw for two touchdown passes while completing nine of 12 passes for 113 yards and had no interceptions in a 63-6 Vikings victory.

Alec Engler threw a touchdown pass on one of his six snaps at quarterback.

Junior fullback Garrett Hennen rushed for 120 yards on 12 carries and scored three touchdowns in the game.

Minneota also got rushing touchdowns from senior Cole Hennen, Engler and Isaac Hennen.

Garrett Hennen finished as the leading receiver with two catches for 48 yards and scored a touchdown. Minneota also got touchdown receptions from Dylan Tolk and Collin Kor.

Daniel Harrison provided a sack of defense.


First Quarter

Minneota: 61 yard pass Enger to Hennen(Diego Mesa kick good)

Minneota: 24 yard pass Pohlen to Tolk (Diego Mesa kick good)

Minneota: 16 yard run Hennen (Diego Mesa kick good)

Second Quarter

Minneota: 4 yard pass Pohlen to Kor (Diego Mesa kick good)

Minneota: 6 yard run Hennen(Diego Mesa kick good)

Lakeview: 84 yard run Geopferich (kick no good)

Third Quarter

Minneota: 23 yard run Engler (Diego Mesa kick good)

Minneota: 15 yard run Hennen (Diego Mesa kick good)

Minneota: 1 yard run Cole Hennen(Diego Mesa kick good)

Minneota: 7 yard run Moser (Diego Mesa kick good)

Team Statistics

Rushing (A-Y): Lakeview 19-80; Minneota 45-212

Passing (C-A-Y): Lakeview 4-22-50 Minneota 10-19-171

Total Offense: Lakeview 130; Minneota 383

First Downs: Minneota 20; Lakeview 4

Individual Statistics

Minneota Rushing (A-Y): Hennen 11-121, Bryce Bruner 5-30, Engler 5-30;

Minneota Passing (C-A-Y-TD-INT): Pohlen 8-11-108-2-0, Engler 2-6-63-1-0; Lakeview Passing: Goepferich 4-22-50.

Minneota Receiving (R-Y): 2Hennen 1-61, Tolk 1-28;

Minneota Sacks: Daniel Harrison 1;

Minneota Tackles: Kyle Hennen 4, Harrison 3;

TMB 40


MAYNARD – Brett Swenhaugen threw four touchdowns and ran for two more as Tracy-Milroy-Balaton won big at MACCRAY 40-7 on Thursday night.

The Panthers scored all 40 of their points before the Wolverines got on the scoreboard.

The scoring kicked off in the first quarter when Swenhaugen connected with Spencer Smith on a 29-yard TD pass. The Panthers converted the two-point conversion for the 8-0 lead.

Swenhaugen scored his next touchdown on the ground from 71 yards out. A failed two-point conversion made it 14-0 after one quarter.

Swenhaugen connected with Josh Kirk on a 14-yard TD pass in the second quarter to make the halftime score 22-0.

Swenhaugen threw two more TD passes to Kirk in the thrd quarter. The first from 12 yards out and the second an 8-yard completion. Between the two passing TDs was a rushing touchdown by Swenhaugen from 15 yards out. All three two-point conversions failed.

The Wolverines finally got on the board in the fourth quarter on a 62-yard pass from Connor Cronen to Brady Madsen.

The Panthers (1-0) will travel to Adrian to face the Dragons on Sept. 5th.


First Quarter

TMB: 29-yard pass from Brett Swenhaugen to Spencer Smith. (Two-point conversion good)

TMB: 71-yard Brett Swenhaugen run. (Two-point conversion no good)

Second Quarter

TMB: 14-yard pass from Brett Swenhaugen to Josh Kirk. (Two-point conversion good)

Third Quarter

TMB: 12-yard pass from Brett Swenhaugen to Josh Kirk (Two-point conversion no good).

TMB: 15-yard Brett Swenhaugen run. (Two-point conversion no good)

TMB: 8-yard pass from Brett Swenhaugen to Josh Kirk. (Two-point conversion no good)

Fourth Quarter

M: 62-yard pass from Connor Cronen to Brady Madsen. (PAT good)

Springfield 27

WWG 20

CLEVELAND – Tied at 12 through three quarters, Westbrook-Walnut Grove couldn’t come out ahead, losing their opener 27-20 to Cleveland.

Mitchell Jarmer led the Chargers on the ground with 103 yards on 20 carries, scoring three touchdowns.

Jarmer also led WWG defensively with 10 tackles. Tristan Joel added five tackles and an interception.

Joel completed 11-of-16 passes for 174 yards in the loss.

The Chargers will face Alden-Conger in their home opener on September 5th.


Second Quarter

WWG: 6-yard run by Mitchell Jarmer (Two-point conversion no good)

Third Quarter

WWG: 8-yard run by Mitchell Jarmer (Two-point conversion no good)

Fourth Quarter

WWG: 6-yard run by Mitchell Jarmer (Two-point conversion good)

Individual Statistics

WWG Rushing: Mitchell Jarmer 20-103, Anthony Koch 13-75.

WWG Passing: Tristan Joel 11-16-174-0-1.

WWG Tackles: Mitchell Jarmer 10, Anthony Koch 6, Tristan Joel 5.

WWG Interceptions: Joel 1.

Wabasso 14

BL-H-S 0

HECTOR-Hector-The Wabasso Rabbits claim a 14-0 victory in the season opener against the Buffalo Lake Hector.

Mitch Felton rushed for both of the Rabbit touchdowns earning 174 yards on 25 carries. Caleb Kemp contributed 43 rushing yards on eight carries.

The Rabbits held the the Mustangs to 119 total offensive yards with Josh Altermatt leading the team with six tackles.


First Quarter

Wabasso: Mitch Fulton 86 yard run; Fulton two-point conversion

Second Quarter

No scoring plays

Third Quarter

No scoring plays

Fourth Quarter

Wabasso: Fulton 5 yard run (Julian Milcovic no good)


Rushing (A-Y): Wabasso 45-218; BLH 40-85

Passing (C-A-Y): Wabasso 2-8-7; BLH 3-14-34

Total Offense: Wabasso 225; BLH 119

First Downs: Wabasso 11; BLH 8

Penalties: Wabasso 5-35; BLH 9-85


Wabasso Rushing (A-Y): Mitch Fulton 25-174, Caleb Kemp 8-43, Jared Welch 3-12, Nick Altermatt 5-4; BLH Rushing: Cody Johnson 17-69, Jake Pettit 15-53, Mason Olinger 4-14.

Wabasso Passing (C-A-Y-TD-INT): Altermatt 2-8-7-0-2; BLH Passing: Pettit 3-13-34-0-2.

Wabasso Receiving (R-Y): Dirk Pistulka 1-6, Fulton 1-1; BLH Receiving: Mason Olinger 1-20, Trent Weispfenning 1-10, Cody Johnson 1-4.

Wabasso Sacks: Scott Zollner .5, Jason Swoboda .5, Jared Welch .5.

Wabasso Tackles: Josh Altermatt 6, Fulton 4.5, Swoboda 4.5.,

Adrian 35

Canby 17

CANBY- Adrian jumped out to a 29-2 lead at the half en route to a 35-17 win over Canby Thursday.

The Lancers scored their first touchdown in the third quarter with a 60-yard pass from Matthew Sisk to Matthew Slaba before getting a fourth quarter 16-yard rushing touchdown from Sisk.

The Lancers struggled to contain Adrian quarterback Logan Rogers, who accounted for three touchdowns in the first half, rushing for two and throwing for one.


First Quarter

Adrian: 32-yard run (Kamm; kick no good)

Adrian: 20-yard pass (Rogers to Polzine; two point conversion good)

Canby: Safety (Beiningen)

Second Quarter

Adrian: 11-yard run (Rogers; two point conversion good)

Adrian: 6-yard run (Rogers; kick good)

Third Quarter

Adrian: 1-yard run (Preuss; kick blocked)

Canby: 60-yard pass (Sisk to Slaba; kick good)

Fourth Quarter

Canby:16-yard run (Sisk; two point conversion good)

Team Statistics

Rushing (A-Y): Adrian 47-161; Canby 27-147

Passing (C-A-Y): Adrian 6-8-128; Canby 4-10-95

Total Offense: Adrian 289; Canby 242

First Downs: Canby 11; Adrian 20

Individual Statistics

Canby Rushing (27-147): J. Merritt 7-50, Nothem 14-37; Adrian Rushing: Kamm 7-50, Rogers 6-40.

Canby Passing (C-A-Y-TD-INT): Sisk 4-10-95-1-0; Adrian Passing: Rogers 8-128-2-0.

Canby Receiving (R-Y): M. Slaba 1-60, Deslauriers 2-27; Adrian Receiving: Hieronimus 3-66.

Canby Tackles: J. Gallegos 21, Beiningen 13, J. Citrowske 11.

Canby Fumbles Recovered: 0; Adrian Fumbles Recovered:0.