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Gridiron Blitz #8 - Winner Keeps Rolling

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Every year, the Winner High School football program has high expectations. It is just the way things are in the city of 2,897 people in Tripp County. Putting out winning teams is what nearly always happens with the Warriors team, one of the powers in 11B football.

One of the most successful collegiate coaches of all-time - Frank Leahy of Notre Dame (107-13-9, 5 nationals titles - 1940, 1943, 1946, 1947, 1949) graduated from Winner High School. Leahy, who also played for Knute Rockne at Notre Dame, is just one of the many outstanding players and coaches to come from Winner which is located in the south central part of the state. 

No matter who is wearing the purple and gold, winning has always defined the Winner  football, one of the most successful 11-man programs in South Dakota with 12 championship appearances and five titles in the playoff era (since 1981). The Warriors won the first ever 11A title (over Vermillion, 31-21) in 1981 before moving later to 11B.

Over the past five-plus seasons, the Warriors have recorded at least 10 wins four times, recording a 59-5 mark.

"We have players that know what it takes to play well in big games, are competitive and love to play the game," said head coach Dan Aaker, whose team recently won two games in a span of four days to extended their winning streak to a state-best 18 games. In the most recent victory, 50-0 over Mobridge-Pollock, Winner provided Aaker with his 100th career win (100-29).

Besides the win on Friday, the Warriors recorded a 30-13 verdict over #3 St. Thomas More in a game rescheduled on Tuesday night (Oct. 8) due to the heavy snow storm that hit the Rapid City area two weeks ago.

In six games, Winner, which owns a 205-to-48 point differential, has generated 1,608 yards in total offense (268.0 per game), including 1,401 yards rushing on 221 carries or 6.4 per carry.

Aaker's bunch isn't a flashy group that puts up a myriad of points, although 34.16 per game isn't bad production. Rather, they are team that punishes opponents with a powerful rushing attack, led by Trace Meyer (606 yards), and a defense that doesn't give ground, or very little. Case in point, 11B #3 St. Thomas More threw the ball around (272 yards) but found getting into the end zone problematic in a 30-13 loss at Winner. Twice in the second half, the Cavaliers advanced deep into Winner territory only to be turned away without any points. They wear the title of defending champion proud and as several teams have already found out, knocking off the Warriors is a big chore.

Points Totals Continue at Rapid Pace  

So far in 2013, 318 teams have scored 30 points or more through seven weeks of prep football action in South Dakota. Last week, there were 53 schools, up from 43 a week ago, with 30 points or more. In 2013, 33 teams have scored over 60 points, including six this past week when both Avon and Waverly-South Shore reached the 70-point mark. A total of 95 teams have tallied 50 points or more (21 in week 7) while 230 (42 this past week) have scored 40 points or better. In terms of close games, seven games this past week went to the wire (eight points or less) with 60 "tight" games this season. And, the points are matched with a lot of standout defensive performances. A total of 87 teams have been shut out including 15 this past week.

Sudbeck Joins Growing List of Players With 350 Yards or More

For Kadoka Area Head Coach Chad Eisenbraun, a special performance by Chandlier Sudbeck in a 42-20 win over Stanley County last Friday was strictly football theatre. "He is an amazing runner and I had the best seat in the house," said Eisenbraun, of Sudbeck's career-best night in which he had 46 carries for 359 yards and six TDs. Sudbeck's performance joins a series of 350-plus efforts in 2013, including a season-high by Austin Dossett of Chester Area, who had 20 carries for 380 yards and six TDs in a 62-40 win over Baltic on Oct. 4. Others in the 350-yard club this year include Avon's Brandon Kocmich (61-1,351-21 TDs), with 15 carries for 378 yards and six TDs vs. Canistota on Sept. 27; Riley Hanson (136-1,462-22 TDs), with 31 carries for 361 yards and five TDs in a 45-32 win over Elkton-Lake Benton on Sept. 20; and South Central's Turner Serr's (99-1099-14 TDs in 2013) with 26 carries for 356 yards and four TDs in a 52-14 win over Andes Central on Sept. 13.  In his 13 years as the Kadoka Area Head Coach, Eisenbraun had never witnessed a performance like Sudbeck gave Kougars' faithful on a rainy and windy Friday night.  "No doubt, it was special," he said. "Chandlier is such a humble person, who holds strong to his faith," said Eisenbraun, who played on the 1994 Wall team that won a state title. "He began lifting in 8th grade and has truly made himself into a special athlete because of the work ethic he has in the weight room," he said. Sudbeck is also a standout in wrestling and track along with football. He is a member of the Badland's Brawlers (Philip Area Wrestling – coop with Kadoka, Philip, and Wall).  A year ago, he placed 2nd in state last year at 160 pounds and was 4th as a sophomore. Sudbeck has been invited to the Disney Duals in Florida two years in a row.  In addition, he placed second in the 300 hurdles and eighth in the 110 hurdles at the state track meet.  Sudbeck, who is being looked at by colleges including Chadron State, Augustana, Northern, BHSU, and Trinity Bible College, has 148 carries for 1,292 yards and 16 TDs on the season. Perhaps Sudbeck has been flying under the radar. He has career numbers that include 436 carries for 2,799 yards and 29 TDs. In addition, he has 24 receptions for 482 yards and six TDs while returning 38 kick or punt returns for 766 yards and two TDs. In all, he has 499 touches for 4,047 all-purpose yards. By the way, he has also played QB where he was 50-of-122 for 722 yards and seven TDs. So, the senior has totaled an impressive 4,292 yards in total offense.  Eisenbraun, whose team is likely headed to the playoffs for the fifth time in 11 seasons, says it is a privilege to coach this team and Sudbeck. "He has become a more vocal leader this year but the example that he has shown off the field is probably one of the neatest things about him.  He completely puts the success of the team ahead of any successes that he gets.  Chandlier understands how important the guys blocking are and is the first to say that's a big reason why he's been able to have the season he is having.  He's a rare combination of character, strength, speed, and vision."

Quintanilla Moves Up to 2nd All-time in 100-yard Games and 4th in Career TDs
Caden Quintanilla of 11AAA #1 Sioux Falls Lincoln (7-0) had 27 carries for 142 yards and recorded his 17th career 100-yard game in a 23-0 win over 11AA Harrisburg. Quintanilla now has moved into second place all-time with his 17 100-yard games rushing. For the second straight year, Quintanilla has gone over 1K rushing as he has 170 carries for 1,132 yards and 16 TDs this season (162-1,080-17 TDs, 2012). The Lincoln senior, who is the top rusher in 11-man ranks, has pushed his career rushing totals to 430 carries for 2,972 yards and 45 TDs.  The TD mark ranks fourth all-time. His 2,972 rushing yards ranks 17th all-time. In addition, Quintanilla has 4,972 all-purpose yards.

Flandreau's Slattery Returns KOR to House from 90 Yards; Kinzer Has Third KOR TD in ‘13

In Flandreau's 49-20 win over Vermillion on Oct. 11 at the DakotaDome, Ted Slattery had three TDs, including a 90-yard kickoff return for a TD. Interestingly, Slattery scored the first three times (TD runs of 12 and 65 yards and the KOR) he touched the ball against Vermillion. With Slattery's effort, there have been (at least) 10 kickoff returns over 90 yards in South Dakota prep football this year, including seven in 11-man and three in 9-man.  In addition, Colome's Terrance Kinzer had his third kickoff return (88 yards vs. Corsica-Stickney on Oct. 11) for a TD this year and his seventh kickoff or punt return TD in his career. Earlier this year, Kinzer recorded a 97-yard kickoff return for a TD (3rd all-time) in a 28-6 win by Colome over Andes Central. He is the only player in 9-man history with at least two 90-yard kickoff returns for TD (93, 2011; 97, 2013). 

Fourteen Teams Remain Unbeaten

In South Dakota this year, there are 14 (four in 11-man, 10 in 9-man) schools remaining with unblemished marks. With Pierre (5-1) losing in 11AA, just four teams in 11-man remain unbeaten. They include 11AAA #1 Lincoln (7-0), 11A #1 Madison (7-0) and 11B #1 Aberdeen Roncalli (6-0) and #2 Winner (6-0).  In 9AA, #1 Arlington (7-0) along with #2 Garretson (7-0) have undefeated marks. The 9A class includes unbeaten teams in #1 Howard (6-0), #3 Wolsey-Wessington (6-0), #3 Leola-Frederick (7-0) and unranked New Underwood (5-0). 9B has four ranked teams without a loss, including #1 Hamlin (7-0), #2 Avon (7-0), #3 Faith (6-0), and #4 Wall (5-0). 

Howard's Loudenberg Passes 3K in Rushing

Loudenberg, a 5-5, 140 pound junior for top-ranked 9A Howard, has had quite a run for the Tigers since the start of the playoffs a year ago. With three 200 yard plus games and 900 total rushing yards in the 2012 playoffs, he finished that season with a flurry. And, he has opened the 2013 with gusto as five games into the 2013 regular season, Loudenberg has recorded four more 200-yard plus games. As a result, he has had seven 200-yard games in the last 10 contests he has played.  In those 10 games, he has totaled 2,110 yards.  In 2013, Loudenberg has 125 carries for 1,210 yards and 23 TDs. The junior standout has a definite shot at the all-time rushing record at Howard HS, perhaps as soon as this year. Doug Carlson set the mark with 543 carries for 3,731 yards and 42 TDs in 2000-04. Loudenberg now has 321 carries for 3,005 yards and 41 TDs.

Deubrook's Hanson Nearing 5K in All-Purpose Yards; Leads State in Rushing Yards

With another 200-yard performance, Riley Hanson, he has led the 9AA #4 Dolphins to a 6-1 record with a state-best 1, 462 rushing yards on 136 carries with 22 TDs. With 17 carries for 211 yards and three TDs, Hanson led Deubrook to a 53-12 win over ORR. This season, Hanson has had 186 yards rushing or better in six of seven games, including over 200 yards three times.  He is one of the few athletes that will likely reach 5K in all-purpose yards along with hitting 2K in rushing and 1K in receiving as well as 3K in total offense. His career numbers include 223 carries for 2,218 yards and 33 TDs rushing; 49 receptions for 929 yards and eight TDs; 31 kickoff returns for 1,020 yards and 29 punt returns for 675 yards. Those totals give him 4,952 all-purpose yards or just 48 yards from 5K. He also has 46 combined TDs and 16 conversions for 292 career points, including 150 in 2013.

Roosevelt's Christion Passes 2,600 Career Passing Yards

Sioux Falls Roosevelt junior QB Taryn Christion continues to be arguably the most talented dual threat in high school football. Christion has totaled 93 carries for 710 yards and 12 TDs while completing 94-of-150 passes (63%) for an 11-man best 1,402 passing yards with 16 TDs and just five picks in 2013. Christion is already passing many of his statistical season totals of a year ago (99-170-1,566-11 TDs passing; 140-647-11 TDs rushing). In his career, the junior has completed 193-of-320 passes for 2,968 yards and 27 TDs with 223 carries for 1,357 rushing yards and 23 TDs. In other words, he has accumulated 4,325 yards in total offense and a combined 50 TDs. 

Colome's Kinzer Reaches 5K in All-Purpose Yards, Warbirds' Johnson Eyes 4K Rushing

Both Colome QB Terrance Kinzer and Wolsey-Wessington running back Ryne Johnson are leaving a mark on the gridiron. Both seniors have a shot at reaching 4K in rushing before the season is done. Kinzer has totaled 386 carries for 3,438 yards in his career. Meanwhile Wolsey-Wessington senior running back Ryne Johnson has 392 carries for 3,748 yards and 50 TDs as well as 4,363, all-purpose yards. To reach the top 10 all-time in rushing yards will require Kinzer and Johnson to reach 4,070 yards. That means Kinzer needs 632 yards while Johnson has to garner 322 yards. Johnson, who has scored 335 points, is the only active player in South Dakota with three consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. Johnson has 16 games career games with 100 yards or more while Kinzer has 14, including four games over 200 yards. Kinzer, who has a state-best 5,029 all-purpose yards, has 408 career points, which places in the top 15 all-time in terms of 9-man point production. With 54 career rushing TDs, Kinzer needs three more TDs to move into the top 10 all-time.

Baltic's Kyler Johnson Close to 3K Passing

Baltic's Kyler Johnson has gone over 1K passing for the second straight season. Johnson, who has completed 71-of-147 passes for 1,120 yards and 10 TDs, had 1,211 yards a year ago. For his career, he is 213-of-513 for 2,989 yards and 19 TDs. In addition, he has 215 carries for 735 yards and 11 TDs. Earlier he became one of the few players this year with both 200 yards passing and 200 yards rushing in the same game (Chester Area, 62-40 loss, 243 passing, 214 rushing).  Last week, he had 303 yards passing against Parker (64-36 loss).

Gortmaker Nears 2K Rushing and 3K in All-Purpose Yards

With 127 yards (19 carries) in a 46-20 loss to Hanson, Menno-Marion's Nick Gortmaker has surpassed 1,000 yards rushing for the first time. Gortmaker, who had 813 rushing yards a year ago, has 136 carries for 1,030 yards. On the same night that he went over 1K for the season, Gortmaker passes 2K for a career. He has 370 carries for 2,041 career rushing yards and 27 TDs. He also sits just 65 yards from 3K in all-purpose yards (2,935). Gortmaker has 69-of-210 for 1,099 yards and 19 TDs. As a result, he has a combined 46 TDs in his career.

Madison's Trio Keep Churning Out Numbers

#1 Madison has been the top team in 11A this year, in part due to the play of a trio of senior standouts. Running back Rush Milne has 151 carries for 873 yards and 19 TDs in 2013, when he has had five games over 100-yards and a 53-carry, 233-yard, 5 TD effort in a 34-31 win over Tea Area. For his career, he now has 416 carries for 2,162 yards and 42 TDs. He also has 3,153 career all-purpose yards (555 on KOR, 2,162 rushing, 14 interceptions returns, 422 receiving). QB Jacob Giles has reached 1,000 yards passing for the second straight year. A year agoh he had exactly 1K and this year has completed 68-of-126 passes for 1,190 yards and eight TDs. As a result, his career totals include 148 completions on 293 attempts for 2,190 yards and 16 TDs. In addition, Preston Nordling has been a standout with 26 receptions for 583 yards and five TDs this year. It gives him 45 catches for 796 yards and six TDs.

 

Bronson Reaches 2K in Rushing

Chase Bronson of Wilmot simply does it all for his team. In his career, he has 4,152 all-purpose yards and 3,515 yards in total offense. Bronson passes, runs and catches, most of the time in the same game. For his career, he has 326 carries for 2,172 career rushing yards with 26 TDs. Bronson also has 41 rec., 682 yards and seven TDs with 42 completions on 99 attempts for 661 yards and five TDs. This season, he has completed 41-of-97 passes for 648 yards and five TDs with 14 receptions for 272 yards and four TDs while rushing 81 times for 441 yards and five TDs.

Faulkton Area's Wieseler Eyeing 2K in Rushing

Faulkton Area's Darin Weiseler, who was a 1,000 yard rusher (1,334) a year ago, has 96 carries for 562 yards and nine TDs. Wieseler, a junior, has increased his career totals to 262 carries for 1,902 yards and 18 TDs. He also has 10 career 100-yard rushing games.

Canistota's Hofer Close to 2K in Career Rushing

Nick Hofer of Canistota (3-3) is on the verge of his first 1,000 yard rushing season with 113 carries for 942 yards and 10 TDs. He is also closing in on 2K rushing with 183 carries for 1,829 yards and 26 TDs in his stellar career. Hofer, who has 33 receptions for 848 yards, has compiled 3,605 all-purpose yards. He has 282 career points, including 44 TDs and 18 conversion points.

11AAA

Blitz Power Poll – 1. SF Lincoln 2. SF Roosevelt 3. Brandon Valley 4. SF O'Gorman 5. Rapid City Central

KSFY-KWSN SD Broadcasters Poll – 1. Sioux Falls Lincoln (7-0), 80, (16) 2. Sioux Falls Roosevelt (6-1), 64 3. Brandon Valley (5-1), 48 4. Rapid City Central (3-3) 29, unranked previously 5. Sioux Falls O'Gorman (2-4), 14.5 #4 previously Also Receiving Votes – Sioux Falls Washington (3-4), 4.5, #5 previously

Trending: With five straight wins, Brandon Valley is one of the hottest teams in 11AAA. With all the conversation hovering on unbeaten #1 Lincoln and #2 Roosevelt, BV has quietly, sort of, gone about week-to-week improvement under the direction of head coach Chad Garrow. Since a 30-0 loss to Roosevelt in the opener, BV has outscored opponents, 202-to-80 with four games of 42 points or more. The Lynx, which averaged 33.7 ppg, is led by a junior quarterback making progress each week, a talented corps of receivers and a stingy defense. Comeaux leads 11-man ranks with 1,220 yards passing and 16 TDs, completing 102-of-158 passes with eight interceptions. He throws to a talented group of received, including three receivers with 20 or more receptions. They include Drew Reinschmidt (28-435-6 TDs), senior A.J. Garrow (25-177-4 TDs), who has 111 career receptions, and Alex Wilde (20-365-4 TDs). Riley Franzen (14-108-TD) is another talented receiver. Cam Holmes (73-405-4 TDs) is the primary ball carrier.  Another Lynx weapon is kicker Deven West, who has made 4-of-5 field goals, including a 52 yard boot. He is 24-of-25 on PATs.  In addition, the defense is making life tough on opponents. A week ago, Brandon Valley had two interception returns for TDs.

Notes: Sioux Falls Lincoln again received unanimous support as the top-ranked team in 11AAA. It is the 5th straight week the Patriots have been ranked at the top of the poll. After scuffling in the opening half, Lincoln controlled the second half in a 23-0 win over 11AA Harrisburg. Caden Quintanilla had 23 carries for 142 yards and a TD, pushing his season total to 1,132 yards and 17 TDs and going over 1K rushing for a second straight season. #2 Roosevelt stayed on the winning trek with a fourth straight win – 44-0 over Rapid City Stevens. Taryn Christion had five total TDs, including three on the ground. He had 11 carries for 134 yards and three TDs plus hit 9-of-16 passes for 176 yards and two TDs.  Led by Comeaux, who completed 21-of-25 passes for 266 yards and three TDs, Brandon Valley put up a 42-21 victory over Aberdeen Central to retain the third spot in the poll. For the first time since 2006, Rapid City Central recorded a win over a Sioux Falls school for (Washington) in a 13-9 verdict over SF Washington, which dropped from the rankings for the first time in several years. Washington still retained support but fell out of the top five.  Of note is the performance of linebacker Dan Marlette, who recently signed with two-time national champion NDSU. Marlette (171T, 9.5 sacks, 2 int., 2 FF, 4 FR in his career) has 45 tackles, 12 TFLs and 5.5 sacks for a defense that has totaled 22.5 sacks this season. After putting up a 20-0 lead in the opening half at home, #5 O'Gorman, which fell from #4 to #5, dropped to 2-4 with a 29-20 loss to 11AA Watertown.

11AA

Blitz Power Poll – 1. Pierre 2. Yankton 3. Watertown  4. Brookings 5. Harrisburg

KSFY-KWSN SD Broadcasters Poll – 1. Pierre (5-1), 72, (9) 2. Yankton (4-3), 71 (8) 3. Watertown (3-3) 48, #4 previously 4. Brookings (3-4), 31, #5 previously 5. Mitchell (3-3), 49, #3 last week

Trending:  Yankton is the hottest team in 11AA with three wins in four games, including a win over #1 Pierre, 29-26, at Crane-Youngworth Field. Mason Strahl, who had 20 carries for 30 yards and two TDs, completed 12-of-20 passes for 222 yards and a TD to lead the Bucks past the #1 Pierre. In the Buck's biggest win of the season, JJ Hejna had six catches for 146 yards and a 36-yard TD reception, as he has accumulated a state-best 39 receptions for 804 yards and eight TDs. In the last three weeks, Yankton has a win over Pierre (29-26), O'Gorman (22-14) and Watertown (17-7), who they beat on the road in tough weather conditions. Another team trending is Watertown, which recorded a 29-20 win over O'Gorman, rallying from a 20-0 deficit to win an important road game. The Arrows, which won just two games a year ago, have passed that mark and sit at 3-3 overall with a home game against Mitchell on the slate. Senior Shay Bratland has provided the punch with 164 carries for 824 yards and nine TDs. Bratland, who had 35 carries for 176 yards and three TDs in the win over O'G, has accounted for 76 percent of the rushing offense (241-1,086 yards) and TDs (9-of-12). He is the only Arrow player with more than 66 yards rushing this season (Joe Foley, 6-66-TD). Overall, Watertown has 1,633 yards in total offense or 272.16 per game. Senior QB Logan Gabriel has hit 40-fo-115 passes for 547 yards and three TDs. Senior wideout Jess Poppen has 13 receptions for 179 yards and two TDs while Matt Decker has 10 for 117 and a TD.

Notes: While Pierre retained the top spot in 11AA, barely over Yankton. With a 29-26 win over the Governors, Yankton gained substantial support, including eight first place votes. Yankton won for the third straight week and defeated Pierre for the third straight time overall and 10th time in 13 games between the ESD rivals. Despite a big edge in total yards (414-to-308), three turnovers hurt the Governors. Pierre's Alex Gray was 20-of-34 for 281 yards and two TDs. Brookings knocked off Mitchell, 21-18, in a key road ESD win as QB Carter Gordon connected with Tyler Madler on a 30-yard TD pass with one minute to play.

11A

Blitz Power Poll – 1. Madison 2. West Central 3. Dell Rapids 4. Hot Springs 5. Tea Area

KSFY-KWSN SD Broadcasters Poll – 1. Madison (7-0), 80 (16) 2. West Central (4-2), 60, #4 previously 3. Hot Springs (5-1), 39, #5 previously 4. Dell Rapids (4-2), 36, #2 last week 5. Dakota Valley (4-3), 17, previously unranked Others Receiving Votes – Tea Area (3-3), 8, #3 last week

Trending: Hot Springs rolled to a 63-0 win over Little Wound as they moved to #3 in the poll. The Bison, which has built their overall point edge to 260-to-61, are on a five-game winning streak when they have outscored opponents 218-to-26. In their most recent win, Jake Oberpriller had 10 carries for 164 yards and four TDs, pushing his season total to 102 carries for 992 yards and 12 TDs. He is close to a second straight 1,000-yard season after going for 1,174 a year ago. He has 251 carries for 2,166 yards and 18 TDs rushing in his career.    

Notes: Top-ranked Madison, which held #1 for the third straight week, continued to roll along with a 46-13 win over Lennox as Rush Milne had 14 carries for 78 yards and three TDs. Preston Nordling had three carries for 49 yards and a 21-yard TD reception. He also had a 42-yard TD run.  Previously #2 Dell Rapids, which fell to #4, had a four-game winning streak end in a 35-7 loss to #4 West Central. Cody Miller had 17 carries for 92 yards and three TDs while Cole Tirrel provided 18 carries for 132 yards and a TD for the Trojans, which stopped a five-game losing streak to Dell Rapids. As a result West Central jumped from #4 to #2 in the poll. Dakota Valley entered the poll at #5 with a 21-6 win over Tea Area, which fell out of the rankings. Dakota Valley's Isaac Faldmo completed 13-of-21 passes for 197 yards and three TDs, including two scoring passes to Brody Van Ginkel (3-85-2 TDs). 

11B

Blitz Power Poll – 1. Aberdeen Roncalli 2. Winner 3. Canton 4. Redfield-Doland 5. St. Thomas More  

KSFY-KWSN SD Broadcasters Poll – 1. Aberdeen Roncalli (6-0), 77 (15) 2. Winner (6-0), 67 (3) 3. St. Thomas More (5-1), 40 4. Canton (5-1), 37 5. Parkston (5-1), 18 Also Receiving Votes – Redfield-Doland (6-1), 1

Trending: Both Canton and Redfield-Doland are hot teams. Redfield-Doland, under the direction of head coach Keith Gall, continued to roll with a 37-0 win over McCook Central/Montrose as Landon Rohlfs had 21 carries for 155 yards and TDs of 61, 1 and 8 yards. The Pheasants, which has shut out two straight opponents, own a 256-to-106 scoring differential as they face a huge test with Parkston this week. They have won six straight games. #4 Canton picked up additional support this week in polls after a third straight shutout. They stopped Elk Point-Jefferson, 54-0, after defeating West Central, 23-0 (in Hartford) and Tri-Valley, 31-0. Canton, which hosts Wagner on Friday, owns a 206-to-56 point differential. Canton is building momentum at 5-1. They are led by QB Cody Majeres (62-404-6 TDs rushing; 17-31-298-2 TDs passing), and a deep backfield that includes running backs Gabe Dolen (76-505-6 TDs), Tanner Broughton (48-307-5 TDs) and Jake Ablett (45-252-2 TDs). It is a time that makes plays on both sides of the ball, evidenced by Broughton's fumble TD return a week ago.    

Notes: Aberdeen Roncalli, which travels to Sioux Valley on Oct. 18, had an open week but retained control at the top of the 11B poll. Roncalli has compiled a 251-to-34 point differential, with three shutouts. Roncalli has been ranked #1 for all six weeks of the season. St Thomas More. which faces Sturgis Brown in 11AA on Friday, has a 199-to-65 scoring margin. They defeated Belle Fourche, 44-7, in a game moved to Saturday after STM had a Tuesday night game at Winner (30-13). Cavaliers QB Matt Eastmo continued an impressive season (66-113-1,063-12 TDs) by hitting on 19-of-28 passes for 276 yards and four TDs. He also had six carries for 57 yards. Riley Scherr had 10 carries for 85 yards and two TDs rushing and two receptions for 44 yards and a TD. Jacob Henderson had eight receptions for 104 yards and two TDs. #5 Parkston, which travels to Redfield-Doland this week, rolled to a 21-0 win over Tri-Valley as Andrew Semmler had 11 carries for 75 yards and a TD. The Trojans have a 136-to-40 scoring differential and average 214 yards on the ground in a 5-1 start.

9AA

Blitz Power Poll – 1. Arlington 2. Gregory 3. Garretson 4. Deubrook 5. Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

KSFY-KWSN Broadcaster's Poll – 1. Arlington (7-0), 80 (16) 2. Garretson (6-0), 64 3. Gregory (6-1), 43 4. Deubrook (6-1), 36 5. Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (6-1), 17

Trending: #5 Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan improved to 6-1 win a 56-6 win over Freeman. They have a 260-to-99 point differential as the Seahawks have four straight wins, including two shutouts. Since a week three loss to 9A #1 Howard, BEE owns a 158-to-28 scoring margin in four wins. Led by Wade Miller, who reached 1K in rushing (134-1,025-17 TDs) for the first time in his career, BEE has rolled up a 2,217-to-1,194 rushing edge, which breaks out to 316.7-to-170.6 edge on the ground. The Seahawks are doing big damage in the first half with a 185-to-42 point margin, including 131-to-14 in the second quarter. To complement Miller, Jordan Grosdidier has 653 yards and 10 TDs. Blake Bartscher, who has stepped in for Jace Connor (hurt in a summer accident) at quarterback, has 373 yards rushing and has hit 27-of-39 passes for 331 yards with a TD. He has been efficient and heady behind center, throwing just one pick in his first season as the Seahawks' signal caller.

Notes: Arlington retained unanimous support as 9AA's top team for the fifth straight week. The Cardinals had a 30-20 rivalry win over Castlewood. The Cardinals, which closes the regular season at 9B #5 Dell Rapids St. Mary Friday, have a 289-to-120 point differential. Despite some injury issues in the backfield, junior QB Andrew King has been solid with 68 carries for 371 yards and 10 TDs while hitting 34-0f-64 passes for 754 yards and 10 TDs. Luke Weber leads the ground attack with 543 yards. #2 Garretson rolled past Centerville, 50-8, as Matt Johnson had 16 carries for 141 yards and three TDs, including one for 79 yards. Garretson, which faces Irene-Wakonda on Friday, own a 248-to-68 scoring edge. Gregory rolled past Andes Central, 54-14, and held a firm grip at #3. The Gorillas, which have an open week before closing regular season with Tripp Delmont-Armour on Oct. 24, have won five straight and own a 287-to-114 scoring margin. Gregory is led by QB Kurt Braun with 544 yards rushing and seven TDs with 724 passing yards and 13 TDs in his first year under center. Brandon Warnke leads the defense with 73 tackles, 11 TFLs and three sacks. #4 Deubrook improved to 6-1 with a 53-12 win over Oldham-Ramona-Rutland. Deubrook owns a 309-to-148 scoring edge over opponents, led by Riley Hanson and QB Dustin Trooien, who has had a solid year at QB after being an all-state receiver a year ago for the state champion Dolphins. Trooien has 362 yards rushing with eight TDs while completing 32-of-62 passes for 529 yards and eight TDs. He has thrown just one interception for Deubrook, which has rolled up 2,891 yards in total offense or 413 per game. The Dolphins have 2,311 rushing yards with five games of 340 yards or more. Also of note, Jake Anderson had 16 carries for 255 yards and four TDs to lead Parker to a 66-34 win over Baltic. 

9A

Blitz Power Poll – 1. Howard 2. Leola-Frederick 3. Wolsey-Wessington 4. Colome 5. Potter County

KSFY-KWSN Broadcaster's Poll – 1. Howard (6-0), 80 (16) 2. Leola-Frederick (7-0), 53, #3 last week 3. Colome (5-1), 52, #2 previously 4. Wolsey-Wessington (6-0), 34 5. Potter County (5-1), 19 Also Receiving Votes – Herreid/Selby (5-1), 2

Trending:  Led by a pair of 200-yard individual rushing performances from Lorenzo Williams (238) and Ryne Johnson (206), #4 Wolsey-Wessington rolled to a 56-6 win over Miller in a game that ended in the third quarter. The Warbirds own a 288-to-50 scoring edge over opponents. For the second straight year, Wolsey-Wessington could have a pair of 1,000-yard rushers with Williams at 918 with nine TDs and Johnson at 1,208 and 17 TDs. In six games, the Warbirds have a 9-man best 414.8 rushing yards per game with a total of 2,489. They have 2,793 yards in total offense or 465.5 per game. Head Coach Gordon Hooks' team has had games of 436, 435, 405, 326, 412 and 475 this season.

Notes: With a 51-0 win over Tripp-Delmont-Armour, #1 Howard rolled to a sixth consecutive victory. The Tigers, which now owns a 274-to-69 scoring differential and face Canistota this week, has been at the top of the 9A poll for four straight weeks. In a 51-0 win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour, Luke Loudeberg led the way with 110 yards rushing and went over 3,000 yards rushing for his career. Colome, which won its fifth straight game by defeating Corsica-Stickney, 32-22, has a 272-to-144 scoring margin. Leola-Frederick, a 66-0 winner over Northwestern, has a 312-to-49 scoring margin and has allowed just 20 points in the last four weeks. The Titans improved to 7-0 on the season and jumped into second place in the poll. Potter County held firm at #5 with a 24-6 win over Eureka-Bowdle. Potter County, which only has a 12-7 loss to Leola-Frederick, owns a 166-to-68 scoring margin against opponents. Led by Jacob Paradeis, Hanson upset Menno-Marion, 46-20 for its first win of the season. Paradeis had 24 carries for 254 yards and four TDs. Hanson, which also had 14 carries for 141 yards from Mason Meyer, recorded 470 rushing yards in the win.

9B

Blitz Power Poll – 1. Hamlin 2. Avon 3. Wall 4. Dell Rapids St. Mary 5. Faith

KSFY-KWSN Broadcaster's Poll – 1. Hamlin (7-0), 75 (11) 2. Avon (7-0), 69 (5) 3. Faith (6-0), 45  4. Wall (5-0), 35 5. Dell Rapids St. Mary (5-1), 14 Also Receiving Votes – Harding County (5-1), 1 Kadoka Area (5-1), 1

Trending: In 9B, four teams remain unbeaten, including #1 Hamlin and Avon, which stand 7-0 with one game left in the regular season. The other two teams are Faith (6-0) and Wall (5-0), both who have dominated in the west. Yet, right now Hamlin and Avon are garnering the most support as the top two teams in the class. The two teams may be on a collision course for the 9B title in a few weeks at the DakotaDome. Hamlin, which was 8-0 a year ago before falling in the opening round, has won 15-of-16 games dating to the beginning of the 2012 campaign. The Chargers own four playoffs titles, all while an 11B program. Avon, which owns four 9-man titles and has made seven title game appearances, has had a bounce-back season after going 6-4 a year ago. Both these teams feature powerful rushing attacks with shutdown defenses.  Here is how they compare – Hamlin, led by head coach Jeff Sheehan (66-35, .653), has generated 2,284 total yards, or 326.28 total yards per game. They have 253 carries for 1,911 yards rushing or 11.50 per carry and 273 yards per game. Hamlin owns a 337-to-30 or 48.14-to-4.28 ppg scoring differential vs. opponents. While the offense is putting up numbers, led by Brody Grantham (25-47-373-5 TDs passing; 64-626-10 TDs rushing) and Dusty Quiram (95-710-16 TDs), the Chargers' defense has been the best in Class 9B with four shutouts in seven games, including three straight to open the season. They have generated 25 sacks, 13 interceptions and nine fumble recoveries. For Avon, directed by head coach Tom Culver (143-39, .786; 130-30, .812 at Avon), running and stop the run is the "Pirate Way." Avon has rolled up a 329-to-75 point differential, which breaks down to 47.0 to 10.7 ppg. Led by Brandon Kocmich (61-1,351-21 TDs), the Pirates have 260 carries for 2,582 yards for 9.9 per carry and 268.9 yards per game. They have 2,728 yards in total offense, which breaks out to 389.7 yards per game. They have allowed just 125.3 rushing yards per game while recording three sacks, 13 fumble recoveries and six interceptions. Who's better? You make the call or perhaps we wait and see what unfolds in the playoffs.

Notes: Hamlin, which closes the regular season vs. Webster Area at home, retained hold on the top spot in the KSFY-KWSN Poll for the sixth straight week, although #2 Avon continued to pick up support. Hamlin, which received 11 first-place votes, defeated Deuel, 48-12, as Grantham had a career-best 266 yards rushing on 22 carries and two TDs. Dusty Quiram added 22 carries for 110 yards and three TDs. For #2 Avon, Brandon Kocmich, who is averaging 22.14 yards per carry in 2013, had five carries for 179 yards and three TDs along with an interception as the Pirates rolled to a 70-12 win over Marty. Avon increased its first-place ballots to five. Faith, which had a 56-0 win over Lower Brule, owns a 260-to-40 scoring differential with three shutouts in six wins. Wall, which has a 274-to-66 scoring margin, had an open week. They will play three games in six days from Oct. 18-24, beginning with a game vs. Philip on Oct. 18 and then a makeup game with New Underwood on Oct. 21 followed by a regular season finale against Stanley County. #5 DRSM rolled to a 48-14 win over Estelline as Josh Brown had 181 yards rushing on 17 carries with three TDs. As a result, Brown went over 1,000 yards rushing for the first time in his career (1,004). The Cardinals, which hosts 9AA #1 Arlington at home this week, has a 304-to-120 scoring margin over opponents. Harding County and Kadoka Area both picked up support in this week's poll. Harding County, which has a 226-to-57 scoring edge, defeated Newell, 56-8. Kadoka Area improved to 5-1 with a 40-20 win over Stanley County as Chandlier Sudbeck recorded a career-best 359 yards and six TDs.  Kadoka Area has a 235-to-141 scoring margin over opponents.

Prep Stat Roll 

11-man rushing (175 yards min.)

Caden Quintanilla, SF Lincoln, 170-1,132-17 TDs

Jake Oberpriller, Hot Springs, 102-992-12 TDs

Rush Milne, Madison, 151-873-19 TDs

Trace Meyer, Winner, 87-691-10 TDs

Shay Bratland, Watertown, 164-824-9 TDs

Landon Rolhfs, Redfield-Doland, 128-841-13 TDs

Luke Reiter, SF Washington, 105-696-6 TDs

Taryn Christion, SF Roosevelt, 93-710-12 TDs

David Kocer, Wagner, 104-693-4 TDs

Matt White, SF O'Gorman, 121-624-6 TDs

Blake Stone, Rapid City Central, 125-623-7 TDs

Dakota Bodden, Bon Homme, 89-574-5 TDs

Jake Baloun, Redfield-Doland, 72-587-5 TDs

Nick Buchmann, Tri-Valley, 102-570-5TDs

Dalton Cox, Aberdeen Roncalli, 61-549-0 TDs

Luke Fritsch, SF O'Gorman, 81-545-6 TDs

Gabe Dolen, Canton, 76-505-6 TDs

Brett Nichols, Dell Rapids, 53-502-7 TDs

Dereck DeVries, Lennox, 104-499-6 TDs

Blake Perryman, Dakota Valley, 114-494-7 TDs

Kenneth Myers, Custer, 85-483-7 TDs

Austin Van Asselt, Tri-Valley, 105-480-3 TDs

Sam Naasz, Winner, 48-470-5 TDs

Gunnar Ensz, Tea Area, 40-436-10 TDs

Seth Bjordal, SF Roosevelt, 62-439-5 TDs

Jace Christiansen, Flandreau, 82-434-7 TDs

Cam Holmes, Brandon Valley, 73-405-4 TDs

Cody Majeres, Canton, 62-404-8 TDs

Cody Miller, West Central, 59-399-5 TDs

Chris Kropuenske, Beresford, 72-389-2 TDs

Alex Bakkedahl, Beresford, 67-389-4 TDs

Newt Johnson, St. Thomas More, 45-379-5 TDs

Mitch Johnson, Mitchell, 99-378-4 TDs

Riley Schmidt, Dell Rapids, 61-378-TD

Cole Tirrell, West Central, 50-370-8 TDs

Mason Keller, Mobridge-Pollock, 64-365-6 TDs

Alex Gray, Pierre, 68-364-6 TDs

Miles Semmler, Parkston, 57-360-7 TDs

Brayden Hilton, Aberdeen Roncalli, 41-357-3 TDs

Regan Bye, Vermillion, 84-347-TD

Tanner Weaver, Sturgis, 113-346-7 TDs

Jared Hueser, Elk Point-Jefferson, 119-345-TD

Cody Bussell, West Central, 57-331-4 TDs

Jace Jerome, Pierre, 67-328-2 TDs

Austin Borah, Mobridge-Pollock, 40-314-2 TD

Tanner Broughton, Canton, 48-307-5 TDs

Tyler Madsen, Vermillion, 74-301-2 TDs

Levi Davis, Yankton, 70-297-2 TDs

Cooper Hansen, Tea Area, 26-290-3 TDs

Derek Eldeen, Tri-Valley, 59-287-TD

Jake Ablett, Canton, 45-252-TD

Jared Harkless, Hot Springs, 21-240- 2TD

Wes Dvorak, Parkston, 39-234-4 TDs

Nathan Galbraith, Winner, 38-234-3 TDs

Mitch Heisinger, Parkston, 58-229-TD

Caleb Skinner, St. Thomas More, 35-228-5 TDs

Ethan Case, Pierre, 25-216-2 TDs

Riley Scherr, St. Thomas More, 20-204-5 TDs

Taylor Roeman, Tea Area, 62-201-4 TDs

John Oldenkamp, Lennox, 41-201-5 TDs

Cody Nielsen, Dell Rapids, 42-194-3 TDs

Dan Marlette, SF Washington, 45-189-2 TDs

Oliver Doeden, Beresford, 57-185-7 TDs

Chase Kortan, Bon Homme, 43-183-3 TDs

Mason Hemmer, Madison, 37-182-2 TDs

Kanin Nelson, Mitchell, 68-178-3 TDs

Ted Slattery, Flandreau, 28-176-2 TDs

11-man passing

Taryn Christion, SF Roosevelt, 90-150-1,402-16 TDs

Jake Comeaux, Brandon Valley, 102-158-1,220-16 TDs

Jacob Giles, Madison, 68-126-1,190-8 TDs

Alex Gray, Pierre, 69-111-1,173-13 TDs

Mason Strahl, Yankton, 63-120-1,083-5 TDs

Matthew Eastmo, St. Thomas More, 66-113-1,063-12 TDs

Jacob Goehring, Aberdeen Central, 92-173-1,001-13 TDs

Tanner Weaver, Sturgis Brown, 50-132-926-8 TDs

Oliver Doeden, Beresford, 62-102-977-11 TDs

Isaac Faldmo, Dakota Valley, 65-136-862-8 TDs

Connor Burchill, SF Lincoln, 55-114-808-9 TDs

Chase Glazier, Custer, 41-79-797-7 TDs

Dylan Brunsing, Wagner, 38-90-710-12 TDs

Taylor Roeman, Tea Area, 37-85-664-5 TDs

Zach Lundquist, Aberdeen Roncalli, 42-66-594-12 TDs

Christian Boechler, Rapid City Central, 45-108-573-4 TDs

Logan Gabriel, Watertown, 40-115-547-3 TDs

Austin Hagen, RC Stevens, 50-105-561-5 TDs 

Kyle Stover, Redfield-Doland, 22-54-527-7 TDs

Brady Hale, Yankton, 35-73-492-6 TDs

Mason Keller, Mobridge-Pollock, 31-83-380-4 TDs

Dakota Bodden, Bon Homme, 31-87-347-2 TDs

Jack Schelhaas, SF Washington, 36-83-308-0 TDs

Matt Ouelette, Vermillion, 28-65-365-0 TDs

Cody Majeres, Canton, 17-31-298-3 TDs

Noah Matson, West Central, 22-32-279-5 TDs

Tyler Leisinger, Lennox, 24-64-246-TD

Cody Reed, Elk Point-Jefferson, 28-65-246

Zach Scott, Parkston, 17-33-230-TD

Donnie Pallatto, RC Central, 15-21-201-2 TDs

Luke Fritsch, SF O'Gorman, 17-42-196-0 TDs

Justin Harkless, Hot Springs, 13-48-196-3 TDs

Tanner Solberg, Dell Rapids, 10-38-154-3 TDs

Clark Haugen, Tri-Valley, 7-36-99-0 TDs

Wes Dvorak, Parkston, 10-22-85-TD

11-man Receiving (min. 7 receptions)

JJ Hejna, Yankton, 39-804-8 TDs

Chase Vinatieri, SF Roosevelt, 33-436-2 TDs

Asher Pikula, RC Central, 29-288-5 TDs

Drew Reinschmidt, Brandon Valley, 28-435-7 TDs

Preston Nordling, Madison, 26-583-5 TDs

Jacob Henderson, St. Thomas More, 26-473-6 TDs

AJ Garrow, Brandon Valley, 25-177-4 TDs

Brad Bogue Beresford, 24-334-2 TDs

Austin Meester, Beresford, 23-368-5 TDs

Brody Van Ginkel, Dakota Valley, 22-336-3 TDs

Carter Kasuske, Madison, 22-250-TD

Tanner Hennings, SF Roosevelt, 21-351-4 TDs

Kody Kracht, Sturgis Brown, 20-452-6 TDs

Alex Wilde, Brandon Valley, 20-365-4 TDs

Trey Naasz, SF Lincoln, 20-321-TD

Ethan Case, Pierre Riggs, 19-310-TD

Garrett Pochop, Pierre Riggs, 18-309-3 TDs

Austin Christopherson, Pierre Riggs, 17-347-7 TDs

Jason Schneider, Sturgis Brown, 17-216-2 TDs

Clayton Wahlstrom, Custer, 16-201-2 TDs

Josh Dotson, RC Central, 15-322-4 TDs

Noah St. Pierre, Wagner, 15-316-7 TDs

Ephram Albrecht, Redfield-Doland, 14-389-7 TDs

David Mulbah, SF Roosevelt, 14-458-5 TDs

Riley Scherr, St. Thomas More, 14-310-4 TDs

Riley Franzen, Brandon Valley, 14-108-TD

Ryan Benson, SF Roosevelt, 13-196-3 TDs

Dylan Barstow, SF Lincoln, 13-158-4 TDs

Jess Poppen, Watertown, 13-179-2 TDs

Joel Thomsen, Custer, 12-310-3 TDs

Tarin Smallfield, Tea Area, 12-233-3 TDs

Ethan James, Vermillion, 11-222-TD

Chase Kortan, Bon Homme, 11-185-2 TDs

Logan Raabe, SF Washington, 11-63

Jason Hill, Mobridge-Pollock, 10-212-TD

Matt Wagner, SF Lincoln, 10-98-0 TDs

Logan Neugebauer, Mitchell, 10-78-TD

Caleb Rector, SF Lincoln, 9-152-0 TDs

Beau Brown, Mitchell, 9-138-TD

Ryan Benson, SF Roosevelt, 9-174-2 TDs

Trevor McCabe, Dakota Valley, 9-84-0 TDs

Nickel Meyers, Sioux Falls Lincoln, 8-157-4 TDs

Cole Berkley, Hot Springs, 8-141-2 TDs

Shay Bratland, Watertown, 8-135-TD

Eli Ripley, Canton, 8-108-0 TDs

Nate Svendsen, Vermillion, 8-107-0

Mason Hemmer, Madison, 7-158-TD

Zac Lupica, SF Washington, 7-75

9-man – Rushing (200 yards min.)

Riley Hanson, Deubrook, 136-1462-22 TDs

Brandon Kocmich, Avon, 61-1,351-21 TDs

Chandlier Sudbeck, Kadoka Area, 148-1,292-16 TDS

Luke Loudenberg, Howard, 125-1,210-23 TDs

Ryne Johnson, Wolsey-Wessington, 89-1,208-17 TDs

Nick Gortmaker, Menno/Marion, 136-1030-10 TDs

Wade Miller, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 134-1,025-17 TDs

Turner Serr, South Central, 99-1,099-14 TDs

Josh Brown, Dell Rapids St. Mary, 87-1,004-19 TDs

Nick Hofer, Canistota, 113-942-10 TDs

Lorenzo Williams, Wolsey-Wessington, 65-918-9 TDs

Cole Chaplin, Hitchcock-Tulare, 124-874-14 TDs

Carson Johnston, Wall, 56-756-16 TDs

Lance Eide, Deuel, 109-753-10 TDs

Cote Hinker, Mount Vernon-Plankinton, 97-725-9 TDs

Terrance Kinzer, Colome, 92-719-12 TDs

Dusty Quiram, Hamlin, 95-710-16 TDs

Matt Johnson, Garretson, 105-709-11 TDs

Austin Grout, Webster Area, 120-709-8 TDs

Chet Peterson, Menno-Marion, 122-703-7 TDs

Jack Huether, Viborg-Hurley, 86-678-12 TDs

Logan Weisser, Leola-Frederick, 62-659-9 TDs

Jordan Grosdidier, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 96-658-10 TDs

Brandon Beutler, Eureka-Bowdle, 122-646-7 TDs

Brody Grantham, Hamlin, 64-626-10 TDs

Colin Walth, Alcester-Hudson, 61-624-6 TDs

Garrett McIntosh, Langford Area, 87-622-4 TDs

Austin Matthiesen, Garretson, 74-621-6 TDs

Reece Jensen, Harding County, 62-620-9 TDs

Devin Tolsma, Avon, 53-587-5 TDs

Dexter Lick, Tri-State, 77-573-11 TDs

Darin Wieseler, Faulkton Area, 96-562-9 TDs

Alex Marsh, Ipswich-Edmunds Central, 83-557-5 TDs

Ben Bunkers, Dell Rapids St. Mary, 72-553-8 TDs

Rustin Anderson, Viborg-Hurley, 82-546-5 TDs

Luke Weber, Arlington, 61-543-2 TDs

Turner Blasius, Kimball-White Lake, 74-534-6 TDs

Kurt Braun, Gregory, 104-533-7 TDs

Grant Johnson, Alcester-Hudson, 69-515-7 TDs

Drew Planteen, Langford Area, 107-511-6 TDs

Austin Dossett, Chester Area, 59-500-7 TDs

Chayce Hall, Potter County, 56-468-4 TDs

Chase Bronson, Wilmot, 81-441-5 TDs

Kyler Johnson, Baltic, 91-416-9 TDs

Blake Bartscher, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 51-393-3 TDs

Andrew King, Arlington, 68-371-10 TDs

Erik Barnes, Alcester-Hudson, 68-370-6 TDs

Dustin Trooien, Deubrook, 59-362-6 TDs

Carson Hofer, Canistota, 56-361-5 TDs

Wyatt Stepka, Baltic, 50-359-3 TDs 

Tyler Wagner, Webster Area, 57-346-3 TDs

Derek Stukel, Gregory, 42-344-3 TDs

Nathan Parker, Arlington, 38-323-5 TDs

Tim Bodden, Scotland, 47-322-2 TDs

Cole Acheson, Chester Area, 80-302-4 TDs

Colton Hall, Potter County, 41-278-3 TDs

Steve Koch, Harding County, 44-276-4 TDs

Kale Stieg, Hamlin, 55-273-4 TDs

Austin Tilton, Corsica-Stickney, 16-264-3 TDs

Evan Emery, Leola-Frederick, 57-253-4 TDs

Dylan Lick, Tri-State, 56-251-5 TDs

Dalton Kruse, Deubrook, 31-249-3 TDs

Logan Mudder, Avon, 34-238-4 TDs

Cade Kjerstad, Wall, 28-235-4 TDs

Alex Heuer, Arlington, 23-235-3 TDs

Jonah Beck, Gregory, 35-232-3 TDs

Cole McCarty, Colome, 37-225-5 TDs

Seth Ireland, Scotland, 22-206-2 TDs

Trevor Anderson, Wall, 19-203-2 TDs

Hayden Simon, Potter County, 44-202-3 TDs

9-man - Passing

Kyler Johnson, Baltic, 71-147-1,120-10 TDs

Andrew King, Arlington, 34-54-764-10 TDs

Lane Blasius, Wall, 36-56-732-8 TDs

Shay Jolley, Canistota, 40-65-670-10 TDs

Chase Bixler, Hitchcock-Tulare, 52-98-658-11 TDs

Chase Bronson, Wilmot, 41-97-648-5 TDs

Grant Johnson, Alcester-Hudson, 37-81-635-6 TDs

Bo Fries, Langford Area, 61-97-619-7 TDs

Lane Patterson, Kadoka Area, 31-56-610-8 TDs

Lucas Ching, Castlewood, 42-100-602-7 TDs

Jack Huether, Viborg-Hurley, 33-74-593-5 TDs

Harvey Mollman, Harding County, 26-44-583-7 TDs

Dustin Trooien, Deubrook, 32-62-529-8 TDs

Dane Campbell, Leola-Frederick, 31-68-528-9 TDs

Kurt Beidler, Faulkton Area, 38-79-522-6 TDs

Reid Valsvig, Webster Area, 38-91-522-8 TDs

Dustin Northrup, Ipswich-Edmunds Central, 25-75-492-3 TDs

Logan Hammer, Wilmot, 31-67-440-5 TDs

Cole Acheson, Chester Area, 29-59-399-3 TDs

Zach Sebern, South Central, 22-47-398-4 TDs

Nick Gortmaker, Menno/Marion, 19-58-385-5 TDs

Brody Grantham, Hamlin, 25-37-373-5 TDs

Cooper Gates, Deuel, 25-55-345-7 TDs

Chayce Hall, Potter County, 25-57-333-7 TDs

Blake Bartscher, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 27-39-331-TD

Terrance Kinzer, Colome, 16-27-323-3 TDs

Dylan Lick, Tri-State, 21-49-308-3 TDs

Lorenzo Williams, Wolsey-Wessington, 18-34-304-5 TDs

Jesse Webers, Eureka-Bowdle, 14-21-287-TD

Riley Talbott, Kimball/White Lake, 18-49-265-3 TDs

Wes Heinricy, Dell Rapids St. Mary, 10-19-198-5 TDs

Josh Raile, Eureka-Bowdle, 16-27-193-2 TDs

9-man - Receiving

Trevor Anderson, Wall, 22-507-5 TDs

Jerad Nielsen, Canistota, 20-297-6 TDs

Drew Planteen, Langford Area, 18-367-4 TDs

David Boer, Baltic, 18-281-5 TDs

Trent Hofer, Hitchcock-Tulare, 17-227-1 TDs

Jesse Kreutzfeldt, Chester Area, 16-194-0 TDs

Logan Hammer, Wilmot, 15-309-5 TDs

Landon Gatzke, Hitchcock-Tulare, 15-167-3 TDs

Clayton Koch, Harding County, 14-351-5TDs

Chase Bronson, Wilmot, 14-272-4 TDs

Brennan Schmidt, Freeman, 14-247-3 TDs (three games)

Derrick Podoll, Leola-Frederick, 14-219-4 TDs

Wyatt Stepka, Baltic, 14-166-0 TDs

Lance Eide, Deuel, 14-164-4 TDs

Lyle LaFramboise, Alcester-Hudson, 13-225-3 TDs

Rusten Anderson, Viborg-Hurley, 13-218-0 TDs

Paul Munro, Wilmot, 13-173-TD

Dominic Mertens, Wilmot, 13-137-0 TDs

Chandlier Sudbeck, Kadoka Area, 12-325-5 TDs

Logan Weisser, Leola-Frederick, 12-224-5 TDs

Andrew Mork, Baltic, 12-191-0 TDs

Austin Niemann, Hamlin, 12-139-0 TDs

Dylan Kludt, Viborg-Hurley, 11-214-4 TDs

Phil Beck, Ipswich-Edmunds-Central, 11-210-3 TDs

Sterling Owen, Wilmot, 11-102-0 TDs

Dylan Lehr, Menno-Marion, 10-305-5 TDs

Luke Weber, Arlington, 10-265-3 TDs 

Luke Vogel, Potter County, 10-150-4 TDs

Cole Baloun, Faulkton Area, 10-145-3 TDs

Logan Emmons, Kadoka Area, 10-130-TD

Nolan Ritchie, Webster Area, 10-103-TD

Lane Fawcett, Colome, 9-184-2 TDs

Riley Potter, Faulkton, 9-156-0

JD Shape, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 9-89-TD

Andrew Taggart, Gregory, 8-193-4 TDs

Trent Johnson, Deubrook, 8-136-2 TDs

Turner Serr, South Central, 8-131-0 TDs

Wade Miller, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 7-230-2 TD

Mark Wiley, Webster Area, 7-215-2 TDs

Zach Punt, Langford Area, 7-153-2 TDs

Chandler Holland, Webster Area, 7-112-4 TDs

Lane Peterson, Ipswich-Edmunds-Central, 7-108

 

 

                                        

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