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Gridiron Blitz #9 - Running Downhill Key to Warbirds' Attack

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Dan Genzler, KSFY-TV Gridiron Blitz Blogger Dan Genzler, KSFY-TV Gridiron Blitz Blogger

"Running downhill" is an old adage in football suggesting teams, or players, are successfully and swiftly moving the ball down the field with its running attack.  

Wolsey-Wessington, led by head coach Gordon Hooks, is one of those teams that take "running downhill" to heart. Since a three-year period in 2007-09 when the Warbirds were a combined 0-24, they have made a concerted effort to turn things around through the rushing game. From 2009 to 2013, they have bumped their per game average from 84.3 up to 413.4. During a three-year span from 2011-13, Wolsey-Wessington has produced 8,716 yards rushing on 896 carries with 121 TDs in putting together a 20-5 record, although they have lost in the playoffs first round three years in a row. Since 2010, Wolsey-Wessington has had 30 different 100-yard rushing games, sometimes by members of the same backfield in the same game. In addition, they have had 10 individual 200-yard performances or better.

Since 2011, the Warbirds have had at least one 1,000-yard rusher. Ryne Johnson has been the constant, rushing for 1,000 yards in each of the three seasons with totals including 129-1,025-15 TDs in 2010, 108-1,181-16 TDs in 2012, and 105-1,350-19 TDs in 2013. In total, he has 408 carries for 3,890 yards and 52 TDs. Johnson, who has 4,510 all-purpose yards, has produced 20 games over 100-yards rushing, including five over 200 yards and a career-best of 377 yards and five TDs in a 2011 game as a sophomore. A year ago, Johnson teamed up with Roy Lumpkin (284-1,130-15 TDs) to form 1K duo. This year, Johnson and junior QB Lorenzo Williams, who is a standout basketball player, have both reached 1,000 yards rushing. Williams, who has 90 carries for 1,131 yards and 11 TDs has recorded five games over 100 yards and three over 200 yards with a high of 238 vs. Miller. In that Miller game, both he and Johnson (16-206-4 TDs) rushed for over 200 yards in the same game. In six of seven games in 2013, the Warbirds have gone over 400 yards rushing with a high of 475 vs. Miller. Running downhill is indeed the Hooks' way.

Running Downhill

2009 – 219-674-TD-84.3 ypg

2010 – 279-1,514-19 TDs – 168.2 ypg

2011 – 332-2,674-44 TDs – 297.1 ypg

2012 – 316-3,148-42 TDs – 349.8 ypg

2013 – 248-2894-35 TDs – 413.4 ypg

Points Totals Continue at Rapid Pace  

So far in 2013, 374 teams have scored 30 points or more through eight weeks of prep football action in South Dakota. Last week, there were 56 schools with 30 points or more. In 2013, 35 teams have scored over 60 points, including two this past week when Hanson had the highest total of 63. A total of 112 teams have tallied 50 points or more (17 in week 8) while 261 (31 this past week) have scored 40 points or better. In terms of close games, 15 games went to the wire (eight points or less) this past week with 75 "tight" games this season. And, the points are matched with a lot of standout defensive performances. A total of 99 teams have been shut out including 12 this past week.

Eleven Teams Remain Unbeaten as the Regular Season Ends Thursday

In South Dakota this year, there are 11 (four in 11-man, seven in 9-man) schools remaining with unblemished marks. The 11-man unbeatens include 11AAA #1 Lincoln (8-0), 11A #1 Madison (8-0) and 11B #1 Aberdeen Roncalli (7-0) and #2 Winner (7-0).  In 9AA, #1 Arlington (7-1) lost the regular season finale to fall from the unbeaten ranks. The Cardinals loss leaves #2 Garretson (8-0) with the only perfect mark in 9AA. The 9A class includes unbeaten teams in #1 Howard (7-0), #3 Wolsey-Wessington (7-0), #3 Leola-Frederick (7-0). 9B has three ranked teams without a loss, including #1 Hamlin (8-0), #2 Avon (7-0), and #4 Wall (7-0) as #3 Faith lost to Lemmon McIntosh , 28-6.

Winner Extends Streak to 19 Games

Winner, the defending 11B champion, picked up their state-best 19th straight win with a 56-6 decision against Crow Creek. The Warriors, which went 12-0 in an 11B title run a year ago, has opened 7-0 with a game on Thursday against Wagner at home. Winner is chasing the school record of 22 straight wins from 1980-82, a mark that ranks 15th on the all-time 11-man consecutive wins list.

Lincoln's Quintanilla Continues Move Up Career Rushing Charts

Caden Quintanilla of 11AAA #1 Sioux Falls Lincoln (8-0) had 16 carries for 182 yards and recorded his 18th career 100-yard game in a 43-7 win over 11AAA SF Washington (3-5). Quintanilla ranks second all-time in 11-man ranks with his 18 100-yard games rushing. For the second straight year, Quintanilla has gone over 1K rushing as he has 186 carries for 1,314 yards and 20 TDs (22 overall)  as the Patriots head to the playoffs as the top seed in 11AAA. The Lincoln senior, who is the top rusher in 11-man ranks, has pushed his career rushing totals to 446 carries for 3,154 yards (top 15) and 48 TDs. In addition, Quintanilla has 5,181 all-purpose yards.

 Howard's Loudenberg Passes 3K in Rushing – Chasing School Record

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 seven games into the 2013 regular season, Loudenberg has recorded five more 200-yard plus games. As a result, he has had eight 200-yard games in the last 11 contests he has played.  In those 11 games, he has totaled 2,464 yards.  In 2013, Loudenberg has 150 carries for 1,564 yards and 27 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 346 carries for 3,359 yards and 45 TDs or 373 yards from setting the Howard record and passing Carlson.

Colome's Terrance Kinzer Is a Force

Colome QB Terrance Kinzer continues to put up big numbers. Last Friday against Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian, Kinzer rolled up 317 yards on 13 carries with four TDs (89, 61, 75, 43). As a result, he went over 1,000 yards rushing for the second straight season, pushing his 2013 season total to 105 carries for 1,036 yards and 16 TDs. In his career, he has totaled 399 carries for 3,755 yards and 58 TDs. Kinzer has 15 games over 100-yards rushing, including five over 200 yards. Kinzer recorded 478 all-purpose yards on Friday, which increased his career total to a state-best 5,507 career all-purpose yards. He has 436 career points, which places in the top 15 all-time in terms of 9-man point production. With 58 career rushing TDs, Kinzer ranks in the top 10 all-time. The Colome flash has 3,755 rushing yards, which puts him among the top 20 in history. Kinzer has also totaled 436 points in his career, a total that is among the top 15 in 9-man history.

Ryne Johnson of Wolsey-Wessington Nearing 4K in Rushing

Ryne Johnson of Wolsey-Wessington has rushed for 1,350 yards on 105 carries with 19 TDs in 2013 which increased his career totals to 3,890 yards on 408 carries with 52 TDs. His 3,890 yards rushing ranks among the top 15 and his 52 career TDs in the top 20 all-time. He has 20 career 100-yard rushing games, including seven this season. Johnson is the only active player in South Dakota with three straight 1,000-yard seasons (129-1,025-15 TDs, 2011; 108-1,181-16 TDs, 2012; 105-1,350-19 TDs), has recorded five games over 200 yards and one over 300, his career-high of 377 as a sophomore. In addition, Johnson has 4,510 all-purpose yards.

Kadoka Area's Sudbeck Just Four Yards from 3K Rushing

With 16 carries for 197 yards and three TDs in Kadoka Area's 60-6 win over Lyman Friday, Chandlier Sudbeck continued his push toward 3,000 career rushing yards. He should get it this week when his team faces New Underwood (6-1). Sudbeck has increased his career totals to 452 carries for 2,996 yards. He also has 4,244 all-purpose yards.

BV's AJ Garrow Has 117 Catches

Standout senior wide out A.J. Garrow of Brandon Valley has totaled 32 receptions on the season, pushing his career total to 117, which ranks seventh all-time. 

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

With his second 300-yard performance of the season, Riley Hanson led #4 Deubrook to a seventh win in eight games. Hanson, who had 21 carries for 306 yards and four TDs on Friday, has been the most prolific running back in 9-man football. He has 157 carries for a state-best 1,768 yards and 26 TDs. The 306 yards goes with the 361 he had earlier this season. This season, Hanson has had 186 yards rushing or better in seven of eight games, including over 200 yards four times. His career numbers include 244 carries for 2,524 yards and 37 TDs rushing; 49 receptions for 927 yards and eight TDs; 31 kickoff returns for 1,020 yards and 29 punt returns for 675 yards. Those totals give him 5,258 all-purpose yards. He also has 50 combined TDs and 316 career points, including 174 in 2013.

Roosevelt's Christion Passes 3K in Passing and 1,500 in Rushing

Sioux Falls Roosevelt junior QB Taryn Christion continues to be arguably the most talented dual threat in high school football. Christion has totaled 110 carries for 907 yards and 14 TDs while completing 111-of-178 passes for an 11-man best 1,551 passing yards with 16 TDs and just five picks. Christion has already all of his running and passing total of a year ago (99-170-1,566-11 TDs passing; 140-647-11 TDs rushing). In his career, the junior has completed 210-of-348 passes for 3,117 yards and 27 TDs with 240 carries for 1,554 rushing yards and 25 TDs. In other words, he has accumulated 4,671 yards in total offense and a combined 52 TDs. 

Alex Gray Continues to Exhibit Leadership; Close to 3K Passing

Gray has completed 84-of-139 passes for 1,345 yards and 13 TDs. He also has 76 carries for 378 yards and six TDs. Gray, who took over as starting QB for Pierre late in his sophomore season, has had an extremely productive career. His numbers include 242 carries for 1,111 yards and 13 TDs while completing 167-of-347 passes for 2,978 yards and 33 TDs. In other words, he has accounted for 48 TDs and produced 4,089 yards in total offense. His value is significant to the Governors' success. "Alex is the ultimate team player," said Poppinga in an recent interview. "For the past 4 weeks (prior to Brandon Valley game), he's been playing on a stress fracture in his foot.  He could have sat out a couple weeks hoping it would get better, but he didn't want to let his teammates down."

Career Passing Numbers Keep Rising for Burchill

For the second straight year, Lincoln QB Connor Burchill has recorded over 1,000 yards passing. Burchill, a 6-1 senior, has led Lincoln to an 8-0 regular season mark with solid passing numbers of 67 completions on 132 attempts for 1,005 yards and 11 TDs. For his career, he has 166 completions on 343 attempts for 2,411 yards and 26 TDs.

Deuel's Lance Eide Focal Part of Deuel's Attack

Junior Lance Eide has been the focal part of the Deuel offense this season, generating 72 percent of the total yards on offense. Eide, a four sport standout, has generated 1,252 of the 1,728 total yards in offense produced by the Cardinals. Eide, who had a career-best 301 yards rushing in Deuel's 14-8 win over Tri-State to close the regular season, has generated 1,054 rushing yards on 141 carries with 12 TDs. Eide has scored 12 TDs by rush, four by receiving, two kickoff return TDs, a punt return TD and an interception return as he has 1,781 all-purpose yards this season. In his career, he has 1,316 rushing yards and 2,994 all-purpose yards. A total way standout, Eide has 104 tackles and four interceptions on defense, increasing his career totals to 188 tackles and eight interceptions with still a year to put on a show in Deuel. "Lance is a special player. As a sophomore, on a team loaded with senior leaders he had votes to be a captain," said head coach Matt Rosdahl. "This year as a junior there was no question he would be (our captain). He leads on and off the field and is a four-sport athlete (football, basketball, track, and baseball) with aspirations of playing college football."

Faulkton Area's Wieseler; Hamlin's Quiram Pass 2K in Rushing

Faulkton Area's Darin Weiseler, who was a 1,000 yard rusher (1,334) a year ago, has 114 carries for 700 yards and 11 TDs. Wieseler, a junior, has increased his career totals to 280 carries for 2,040 yards and 20 TDs. He also has 11 career 100-yard rushing games. As for Dusty Quiram of Hamlin, he has been a central focus in the team's rushing attack that averages 277 yards per game. Quiram has 121 carries for 861 yards and 18 TDs with a solid shot at reaching 1K rushing for the second straight year. Quiram will have to get it done in the playoffs as Hamlin is 8-0. The senior has totaled 2,350 yards rushing on 315 carries with 37 TDs. For the second straight year, he has had at least 16 rushing TDs with a career rushing average of 7.46 yards per carry.

Baltic's Kyler Johnson Close to 4K in Career Total Offense

Baltic's Kyler Johnson has gone over 1,200 yards passing for the second straight season. Johnson, who has completed 78-of-161 passes for 1,232 yards and 11 TDs, had 1,211 yards a year ago. For his career, he is 220-of-527 for 3,101 yards and 20 TDs. In addition, he has 231 carries for 745 yards and 12 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). He has put together 3,846 yards in total offense in his career with consecutive seasons of 1,507 (2012) and 1,658 in 2013. 

Canistota's Hofer Close to 2K in Career Rushing

Nick Hofer of Canistota (3-4) has recorded his first 1,000 yard rushing season with 134 carries for 1,001 yards and 10 TDs. He is also closing in on 2K rushing with 204 carries for 1,888 yards and 26 TDs in his stellar career. Hofer, who has 33 receptions for 848 yards, has compiled 3,664 all-purpose yards. He has 282 career points, including 44 TDs and 18 conversion points.

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

With 168 yards on 19 carries and two TDs in a loss to Mount Vernon/Plankinton, Nick Gortmaker or Menno-Marion's Nick Gortmaker has 155 carries for 1,198 yards. He has 389 carries for 2,209 career rushing yards and 29 TDs. He also passed 3K in all-purpose yards with 3,065.  

Bronson Reaches 4,500 in All-Purpose Yards

Chase Bronson of Wilmot simply does it all for his team. In his career, he has 4,502 all-purpose yards and 3,611 yards in total offense. Bronson passes, runs and catches, most of the time in the same game. For his career, he has 342 carries for 2,232 career rushing yards with 26 TDs. Bronson also has 41 rec., 682 yards and seven TDs with 44 completions on 111 attempts for 706 yards and five TDs. If that isn't enough, he also shines on defense with 188 career tackles, four interceptions, five fumble recoveries and two sacks. Not bad Chase, not bad at all.

Breaking Down the Classes

11AAA

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

KSFY-KWSN SD Broadcasters Poll – 1. Sioux Falls Lincoln (8-0), 80, (16) 2. Sioux Falls Roosevelt (7-1), 64 3. Brandon Valley (5-2), 43 4. Rapid City Central (4-3) 36 5. Sioux Falls O'Gorman (2-5), 8.5 Others Receiving Votes -- Aberdeen Central (3-4), 5 Sioux Falls Washington (3-4), 3.5      

Notes: For the seventh straight week. Lincoln retained control at the top of 11AAA poll. The Patriots, which defeated SF Washington, 43-7, had unanimous support for the fifth straight week. For the first time in the playoff era, Lincoln is unbeaten. The Pats are 8-0 record for the first time since 1972. #2 Roosevelt stayed on the winning trek with a fifth straight win – 31-7 over SF O'Gorman. Taryn Christion had 197 yards rushing and two TDs along with 149 yards passing. Roosevelt led, 24-0, at halftime and allowed only a second half defensive TD to O'G, twice stopping the Knights at the doorstep of the end zone with goal line stands. #3 BV, which hosts 11AA #5 Harrisburg on Thursday, held onto the #3 spot despite a 16-0 loss to 11AA #1 Pierre, which ended the Lynx five-game winning streak. Blake Stone had 118 yards rushing and a TD to lead #4 Rapid City Central past city rival RC Stevens, 14-7. The Cobblers, which have been outscored 183-to-147, has turned things around after a 1-3 start. The win over Stevens gave RCC a third straight win with O'Gorman on the schedule Thursday (Oct. 24). 

11AA

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

KSFY-KWSN SD Broadcasters Poll – 1. Pierre (6-1), 80, (16) 2. Watertown (4-3), 63, #3 previously 3. Yankton (4-4), 42, #2 last week 4. Brookings (3-4), 32 5. Harrisburg (3-4), 21, unranked. Others Receiving Votes -- Mitchell (3-4), 2, #5 last week

Trending: Pierre had a huge bounce-back win as the shutdown 11AAA #3 Brandon Valley, 16-0, limiting the Lynx to 44 yards in total offense. Pierre, which has a 210-to-100 point differential, has a 6-1 record after the win. Ethan Case had 23 carries for 100 yards and a TD while Garrett Pochop kicked field goals of 44, 42 and 31 yards and caught seven passes for 71 yards. QB Alex Gray was 15-of-28 for 172 yards. Pierre closes the regular season against Aberdeen Central and have inside track on the ESD title.    

Notes: After three-straight wins, including a 29-26 verdict over Pierre last week, Yankton fell to 4-4 on the season after dropping a 26-18 decision to Harrisburg. Yankton tried to rally from a 26-10 deficit with 3:41 left as Tanner Termansen returned a kickoff 90-yard for a TD. It is Termansen's second long kickoff return TD this season. After Termansen's heroics, the Bucks got the ball back and drove to the Harrisburg 23-yard line in the final minute but a Mason Strahl passes was intercepted. The win by Harrisburg is another big win for the Tigers, which has also defeated ESD member Brookings. Yankton's J.J. Heyna now has 39 receptions for 940 yards and could reach 1K when Yankton opens the playoffs. Shay Bratland had 101 yards rushing and a 71-yard TD reception with three combined TDs to lead the Watertown Arrows to their third win in four games in a 34-14 win over Mitchell. Watertown QB Logan Gabriel completed 8-of-16 passes for 218 yards and three TDs. Watertown has been outscored 169-to-167 on the season.  They close the regular season on the road against Brookings (3-4). Kanin Nelson had a pair of TD runs and hit 10-of-19 passes for 109 yard. Mitch Johnson had 15 carries for 82 yards and Landon Neugebauer added 16 carries for 88 yards for Mitchell, which has been outscored this season, 128-to-183. Harrisburg (3-4), which has two wins in three weeks and held 11AAA #1 Lincoln scoreless in the first half a week ago (23-0 loss), upset the #2 Yankton Bucks. The Tigers rushed for 264 yards on 54 carries. Senior Christian Trainor had 16 carries for 119 yards while Jonathan Kabambi had 23 totes for 100 yards.

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 (8-0), 80 (16) 2. West Central (5-2), 60 3. Hot Springs (6-1), 45 4. Dell Rapids (5-2), 35 5.  Dakota Valley (5-3), 11 Others Receiving Votes – Tea Area (4-3), 9

Trending: Madison rolled to a 44-8 win over Vermillion. The Bulldogs, which owns a 310-to-97 scoring edge, has outscored two straight opponents by a 90-to-22 margin. Mitch Hansen had 16 rushes for 93 yards and a TD while Rush Milne had three rushing TDs to lead Madison to its best-ever regular season finish. Milne finished with eight carries for 38 yards and had TDs of 11, 11 and seven yards. Jacob Giles hit on 5-of-8 passes for 114 yards and a TD. He also had a rushing score. Carter Kasuske added four catches for 96 yards and a TD.

Notes: West Central rolled to a 56-0 win over Milbank Area as they had 368 yards rushing. Cody Miller had 11 carries for 83 yards and a 12 yard TD run. Jace Hanisch scored on runs of six and 43 yards. Cole Tirrel had a 60-yard TD run and Cody Bussell a 20-yard TD run. Brayden Swartout returned and interception for a 42-yard TD. Through seven games, the Trojans have a 264-to-66 scoring advantage. Hot Springs picked up a 41-6 win over Spearfish for a sixth-straight win. The Bison has rolled up a 286-to-32 point edge (301-to-67 overall) in the winning streak. Hot Springs, which faces Custer on Thursday, has had a pair of shutouts in the run. A 32-yard halfback TD pass from Riley Schmidt to Beau Carpenter with six seconds to play lifted #4 Dell Rapids to a 13-6 win over Tri-Valley. The win by Dell Rapids ended a two-game losing streak to Tri-Valley, which had delivered the only loss to the Quarriers in their championship seasons of 2011 and 2012. Dell Rapids scored first on an 95-yard kickoff return by Zach Schroeder. Tri-Valley tied it on a 14-yard TD run by Nick Buchmann, who had 116 yards rushing. Dell Rapids had 161 yards rushing as Jacob Huewe had 70 and Schmidt, 64. With a 46-yard TD pass from Isaac Faldmo to Brody Van Ginkel with 42 seconds left, Dakota Valley picked up a third straight win (fourth in five games) with a 20-14 win over Beresford. Van Ginkel had four receptions for 97 yards and two TDs for the Panthers, which ended the regular season. . Faldmo was 9-of-23 for 198 yards and three TDs. Beresford led 7-0 at halftime. Tea rebounded from two straight losses to take a 44-13 win over Lennox. Tea Area, which owns a 209-to-89 scoring edge over opponents host #2 West Central on Thursday.

11B

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

KSFY-KWSN SD Broadcasters Poll – 1. Aberdeen Roncalli (7-0), 75 (11) 2. Winner (7-0), 66 (4) 3.  St. Thomas More (6-1), 42 4. Canton (6-1), 39 (1) 5. Parkston (6-1), 19

Trending: While they didn't record a fourth straight shutout, Canton won big again with a 50-20 victory over a solid Wagner team. Jake Ablett had 17 carries for 156 yards while Gabe Dolen scored on three TDs while rushing for 55 yards on 11 carries. He had two rushing scores and a 74-yard kickoff return for a TD. In rolling to a fifth straight win, Canton had a second straight game of 50 points or more. In the winning streak Canton has a 206-to-54 (256-to-76 overall) scoring margin over opponents.

Notes: Aberdeen Roncalli rolled to a 56-to-6 win over Sioux Valley as junior QB Zach Lundquist had 125 rushing yards and hit on 9-of-13 passes for 187 yards and two TDs. Dalton Cox had four total TDs and 131 yards receiving for the Cavaliers, which has been in the top spot since preseason. Roncalli, which closes with Milbank Area, has a 307-to-40 scoring differential. They have a 184-to-6 margin in the last three games. They have won four straight games by 41 points or better and have three shutouts this season and 49 since 2004. Winner, the defending 11B champion, picked up their state-best 19th straight win with a 56-6 decision against Crow Creek. Winner, which owns a 261-to-54 point differential, have allowed a total of just 20 points over the last four games. In that span they have put up 150 points. St. Thomas More picked up its second straight win with a 38-6 victory over 11AA Sturgis. STM, has outscored the last two opponents, 82-to-13, and own a 237-to-71 overall point differential. They finish the regular season with Mobridge-Pollock before moving onto the playoffs. Four different players scored rushing TDs to key a 30-0 win over Redfield-Doland and end the Pheasants six-game winning streak. Mitch Heisinger had 67 yards and a TD while Miles Semmler added 61 yards and a TD with Andrew Semmler rushing for 42 yards and a TD. Wes Dvorak had 33 yards and a score while Brady Reiff had 60 yards rushing. Parkston, which travels to Bon Homme (5-2) on Thursday, has a 166-to-40 scoring differential.

9AA

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

KSFY-KWSN Broadcaster's Poll – 1.  Garretson (7-0), 76 (13), #2 previously 2. Gregory (6-1), 58 (1), #3 last week 3. Arlington (7-1), 47 (1), #1 last week 4. Deubrook (7-1), 38 5. Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (7-1), 21

Trending: Garretson, which closes on the road against three-time 9-man champion Canistota, defeated Irene-Wakonda, 38-6 as Austin Mathiesen recorded 10 carries for 153 yards and a 52-yard TD run. He also had a 22-yard TD pass from QB Jesse Brockhouse, who had four total TDs, two by pass, a 44-yard run and a 92-yard kickoff return. Matt Johnson added 99 yards on the ground. Garretson has allowed a combined 20 points in the last three wins. Overall, they have a seven-game streak to open the season when they own a 286-to-74 margin.

Notes:  Andrew King had a TD run and a TD pass but it wasn't enough as the top-ranked 9AA Cardinals dropped a 38-30 decision to 9B #5 Dell Rapids St. Marty. Arlington's quest for a perfect season was interrupted by St. Mary, which trailed 30-22 at halftime. Arlington has a 319-t0-158 scoring differential. Gregory, the preseason #1 is getting healthy (Brady Boes has a couple of others have returned) and have five straight wins since a 34-14 loss to Avon in week two. Gregory, which plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Thursday to close the regular season, owns a 287-to-114 overall scoring margin vs. opponents. In the five-game winning streak, Gregory has a 230-to-58 margin.  Deubrook wrapped up the regular season with a 52-14 win over DeSmet-Iroquois, winning for a seventh straight game after losing the opener to Arlington. In the past two games, Deubrook has had a 105-to-26 scoring edge. The Dolphins have scored 50 points or more four times and in six of eight games they have broken 40 points. Riley Hansen had another 300 yard rushing game and four TDs to lead the most recent win. He has over 1,700 yards on the season (official totals not yet available). BEE finished the regular season with a 49-14 win over Kimball-White Lake as the Seahawks won for the fifth consecutive time. Wade Miller led the way with 17 carries for 182 yards and two TDs and has 151 carries for 1,207 yards and 19 TDs. In the five straight wins, BEE has a 207-to-42 scoring margin and has two shutouts. Overall, they own a 309-to-113 edge in points. Hill City took a 46-12 win over Edgemont as Gage Skillingstad rushed for 200 yards and three touchdowns to lead the way. Kenner Langenbau and Dylan Thomas also scored rushing touchdowns and Caiden Merritt added a fumble recovery for a touchdown for the Rangers, who rushed for 299 total yards on 42 carries. Hill City, which owns a 230-to-106 scoring edge, has a six game winning streak since fall to Harding County, 30-6 in week one. They close the regular season with Newell.  Clark-Willow Lake has a 6-1 mark and a 224-to-116 scoring edge. C/WL, which has only a 36-0 loss to 9B #1 Hamlin, has won five straight and close the regular season with Great Plains Lutheran.

9A Blitz Power Poll – 1. Howard 2. Leola-Frederick 3. Wolsey-Wessington 4. Colome 5. Potter County

9A KSFY-KWSN Broadcaster's Poll – 1. Howard (7-0), 80 (16) 2.  Leola-Frederick (7-0), 61 3. Wolsey-Wessington (7-0), 39, #4 last week 4. Colome (6-1), 37, #3 last week 5. Potter County (6-1), 19 Also Receiving Votes – Alcester-Hudson (6-1), 2 New Underwood (6-0), 2

Trending: Colome continued to put up the points in a 52-30 win over Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian. Terrance Kinzer had 317 yards rushing and four TDs. Colome, which closes the regular season with a game vs. South Central, have six straight wins. In four of the past five games, they have scores 48 points or more with two games of 66 or better. They have built a 324-to-174 scoring margin.

Notes: Luke Loudenberg had 25 carries for 354 yards and four TDs to lead Howard to a seventh straight win to open the season. Loudenberg, who has 150 carries for 1,564 yards and 27 TDs, scoring on runs of six, 52, 65 and 51 to lift Howard past Canistota, 32-24. Howard owns a 306-to-93 scoring differential vs. opponents and closes the regular season against Freeman.Leola-Frederick, which was idle this week, will close the regular season with a game with Langford Area. The Titans has a 312-to-47 scoring edge over opponents, including 149-to-12 over the last three games. L-F has scored over 40 points in six of seven games and no opponent has scored more points than 12 points in any of the games. Wolsey-Wessington, which owns a 318-to-56 scoring differential, picked up a 7th straight win with a 30-6 win over Hitchcock-Tulare. Lorenzo Williams, who went over 1K rushing for the first time in his career (90-1,131-11 TDs) had 25 carries for 213 yards and two TDs. Ryne Johnson, who has 105 carries for 1,350 yards and 19 TDs, added 16 carries for 142 yards and two TDs. This is the second straight year that the Warbirds have had a pair of 1,000 yard backs Potter County won a third straight game to move to 6-1 with a 56-0 win over McLaughlin/Wakpala. The Battlers have a 222-to-68 scoring differential. They only have a 12-7 loss to #2 Leola-Frederick. Herried-Selby, which has only a 15-12 loss to #5 Potter County, defeated Harding County, 30-24. They will face Eureka-Bowdle on Thursday. On the season, Herreid-Selby owns a 245-to-79 overall scoring edge. With a 32-6 win over Parker, Alcester-Hudson improved to 6-1 on the season. The only loss by the Cubs was a Garretson, 42-20. Alcester-Hudson, which closes the regular season against Centervillle Thursday, have a 254-to-108 scoring margin and have won two straight.

9B

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

KSFY-KWSN Broadcaster's Poll – 1. Hamlin (8-0), 75 (11) 2. Avon (7-0), 69 (5) 3. Dell Rapids St. Mary (6-1), 40, #5 last week 4. Wall (7-0), 31 8. Faith (6-1), 17, #3 last week. Also Receiving Votes – Kadoka Area (6-1), 5 Faulkton Area (6-1), 1 South Central (5-2), 1 Harding County (5-2), 1

 Trending: Due to the snow storm that hit the Rapid City earlier, Wall faced re-scheduling issues which resulted in three games over a period of six days. They recorded a 31-6 win over Philip on Oct. 18 and followed it up with a 47-26 win over New Underwood, which had its unbeaten mark come to an end. In that game, Wall QB Lane Blasius (67-103-1,228-15 TDs) had a career-night for yardage with 16 completions on 26 attempts for 353 yards and four TDs. Trevor Anderson, who has 41 catches for 780 yards and nine TDs, caught 12 passes for a career-best 192 yards and two TDs. They didn't miss a beat in the rushing game as Carson Johnson continued to hum along with 136 yards, pushing his season total to 96 carries for 979 yards and 20 TDs in a breakout year. With the win over New Underwood, Wall won for a seventh straight time this season as they have built a 346-to-98 point differential. Wall, which faces Stanley County Thursday in the third game of a six-day stretch, owns a 199-to-58 edge in the last four wins. Wall has featured a balanced attack with the rushing attack generating 59 percent of the 3,202 total yards, or 457.43 per game. Wall has 237 carries for 1,885 yards and 1,317 passing yards which has produced 49.4 points per game.  

Notes: Top-ranked Hamlin had its closest call of the season in a 28-20 win over Webster Area. The Chargers led 20-6 before Webster Area rallied in the fourth quarter. Brody Grantham had 23 carries for 150 yards and Dusty Quiram had 26 carries for 153 yards and two TDs to lead the Chargers to an eighth straight win this season. Hamlin put together an 8-0 regular season for the second straight season. Hamlin has a 365-to-50 scoring margin this season. Avon, which closes the regular season against Andes Central, has put together a 327-to-77 point differential this season. The Pirates have scored at least 34 points in every game this season and have five games with over 40 points with a high of 70 two weeks ago. For the first time this season, Faith dropped a game, falling to Lemmon-McIntosh as Brody Peterson 252 yards and three TDs. Dell Rapids St. Mary, which has only a loss to 9AA #4 Deubrook, upset 9AA #1 Arlington, 38-30, in a shootout in Dell Rapids. St. Mary trailed 30-22 at halftime but rallied for the win. The Cardinals have scored 38 points or more in all seven games and 40 points or more five times. They close the regular season on Thursday against Lake Preston. Harding County dropped a 30-24 decision to 9A Herreid-Selby, which received votes in the rankings last week. The Ranchers, which close the regular season vs. McLaughlin/Wakpala, have a 250-to-87 point differential this season. Kadoka Area stayed hot with a fifth straight win, since the 47-28 loss to #4 Wall. They have put together a 295-to-147 scoring edge, including 156-to-48 in the past three games. In a 60-6 win over Lyman, Chandlier Sudbeck had 16 carries for 197 yards and three TDs as Kadoka Area had 41 carries for 273 yards rushing. QB Lane Patterson completed 11-of-14 passes for 173 yards and three TDs. Logan Ammons had four receptions for 128 yards and three TDs.

Prep Stat Roll 

11-man rushing (175 yards min.)

Caden Quintanilla, SF Lincoln, 185-1,316-20 TDs

Jake Oberpriller, Hot Springs, 116-1,095-15 TDs

Rush Milne, Madison, 159-931-22 TDs

Shay Bratland, Watertown, 175-925-11 TDs

Taryn Christion, Roosevelt, 110-907-14 TDs

Landon Rolhfs, Redfield-Doland, 143-894-13 TDs

David Kocer, Wagner, 121-785-5 TDs

Dakota Bodden, Bon Homme, 100-741-8 TDs

Blake Stone, Rapid City Central, 143-741-8 TDs

Dalton Cox, Aberdeen Roncalli, 68-729-13 TDs

Luke Reiter, SF Washington, 110-707-6 TDs

Trace Meyer, Winner, 87-704-11 TDs

Nick Buchmann, Tri-Valley, 117-686-6 TDs

Joseph Kabambi, Harrisburg, 135-650-2 TDs

Matt White, SF O'Gorman, 131-663-6 TDs

Dereck DeVries, Lennox, 126-635-7 TDs

Jake Baloun, Redfield-Doland, 78-632-5 TDs

Kenneth Myers, Custer, 97-616-7 TDs

Gunnar Ensz, Tea Area, 52-585-11 TDs

Luke Fritsch, SF O'Gorman, 98-583-6 TDs

Blake Perryman, Dakota Valley, 129-574-7 TDs

Gabe Dolen, Canton, 89-561-8 TDs

Austin Van Asselt, Tri-Valley, 125-560-3 TDs

Brett Nichols, Dell Rapids, 61-521-7 TDs

Mason Keller, Mobridge-Pollock, 69-493-7 TDs

Seth Bjordal, SF Roosevelt, 72-486-6 TDs

Sam Naasz, Winner, 49-479-5 TDs

Cody Miller, West Central, 70-471-6 TDs

Mitch Johnson, Mitchell, 114-460-4 TDs

Cody Majeres, Canton, 69-451-10 TDs

Riley Schmidt, Dell Rapids, 78-442-TD

Jace Christiansen, Flandreau, 82-434-7 TDs

Cam Holmes, Brandon Valley, 82-429-4 TDs

Miles Semmler, Parkston, 68-428-8 TDs

Chris Kropuenske, Beresford, 81-420-2 TDs

Jake Ablett, Canton, 63-409-2 TDs

Brayden Hilton, Aberdeen Roncalli, 47-409-6 TDs

Alex Bakkedahl, Flandreau, 67-389-4 TDs

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

Cole Tirrell, West Central, 53-375-9 TDs

Jared Hueser, Elk Point-Jefferson, 143-388-TD

Cooper Hansen, Tea Area, 35-386-5 TDs

Tanner Broughton, Canton, 57-384-5 TDs

Alex Gray, Pierre, 76-378-6 TDs

Cody Bussell, West Central, 61-371-5 TDs

Regan Bye, Vermillion, 88-363-2 TDs

Tanner Weaver, Sturgis, 113-346-7 TDs

Jace Jerome, Pierre, 67-328-2 TDs

Ethan Case, Pierre, 48-316-3 TDs

Tyler Madsen, Vermillion, 80-315-3 TDs

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

Derek Eldeen, Tri-Valley, 65-313-TD

Christian Trainor, Harrisburg, 51-308-2 TDs

Levi Davis, Yankton, 70-297-2 TDs

Mitch Heisinger, Parkston, 70-298-TD

Taylor Roeman, Tea Area, 75-279-6 TDs

Caleb Skinner, St. Thomas More, 45-277-7 TDs

Nathan Galbraith, Winner, 40-273-4 TDs

Wes Dvorak, Parkston, 42-268-5 TDs

Justin Harkless, Hot Springs, 44-245-3 TDs

Jared Harkless, Hot Springs, 22-243-2TD

Riley Scherr, St. Thomas More, 30-230-7 TDs

Chase Kortan, Bon Homme, 48-225-3 TDs

Brady Reiff, Parkston, 33-224-TD

Dan Marlette, SF Washington, 51-219-3 TDs

John Oldenkamp, Lennox, 48-211-5 TDs

Oliver Doeden, Beresford, 70-206-7 TDs

Cody Nielsen, Dell Rapids, 44-200-3 TDs

11-man passing

Taryn Christion, SF Roosevelt, 111-178-1,551-16 TDs 

Alex Gray, Pierre, 84-139-1,345-13 TDs

Jacob Giles, Madison, 73-134-1,304-9 TDs

Matthew Eastmo, St. Thomas More, 77-136-1,259-14 TDs

Jake Comeaux, Brandon Valley, 111-179-1,247-16 TDs

Jacob Goehring, Aberdeen Central, 104-194-1,222-14 TDs

Mason Strahl, Yankton, 75-144-1,209-5 TDs

Oliver Doeden, Beresford, 72-126-1,204-12 TDs

Isaac Faldmo, Dakota Valley, 78-162-1,075-10 TDs

Connor Burchill, SF Lincoln, 67-132-1,005-11 TDs

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

Chase Glazier, Custer, 45-89-896-11 TDs

Dylan Brunsing, Wagner, 44-98-818-13 TDs

Logan Gabriel, Watertown, 48-131-765-6 TDs

Shaye Slaughter, Harrisburg,  65-145-750-5 TDs

Taylor Roeman, Tea Area, 40-95-700-6 TDs

Zach Lundquist, Aberdeen Roncalli, 53-80-765-14 TDs

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

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

Kyle Stover, Redfield-Doland, 24-61-527-7 TDs

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

Mason Keller, Mobridge-Pollock, 35-91-447-5 TDs

Matt Ouelette, Vermillion, 31-69-378-0 TDs

Cody Majeres, Canton, 20-34-353-4 TDs

Dakota Bodden, Bon Homme, 33-93-329-8 TDs

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

Cody Reed, Elk Point-Jefferson, 36-74-288-TD

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

Tyler Leisinger, Lennox, 25-75-257-TD

Justin Harkless, Hot Springs, 16-59-256-4 TDs

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

Luke Fritsch, SF O'Gorman, 22-53-237-0 TDs

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

Justin Miller, SF Washington, 22-49-161-0 TDs

Tanner Solberg, Dell Rapids, 10-41-154-3 TDs

Wes Dvorak, Parkston, 13-27-105-TD

11-man Receiving (min. 7 receptions)

JJ Hejna, Yankton, 45-940-8 TDs

Chase Vinatieri, SF Roosevelt, 37-498-2 TDs

Brody Van Ginkel, Dakota Valley, 31-511-5 TDs

AJ Garrow, Brandon Valley, 31-195-4 TDs

Drew Reinschmidt, Brandon Valley, 30-442-6 TDs

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

Preston Nordling, Madison, 27-601-5 TDs

Jacob Henderson, St. Thomas More, 29-543-6 TDs

Austin Meester, Beresford, 28-484-5 TDs

Carter Kasuske, Madison, 26-346-2 TDs

Garrett Pochop, Pierre Riggs, 25-400-3 TDs

Brad Bogue Beresford, 25-346-2 TDs

Ethan Case, Pierre Riggs, 24-346-TD

David Mulbah, SF Roosevelt, 23-511-5 TDs

Trey Naasz, SF Lincoln, 23-359-TD

Tanner Hennings, SF Roosevelt, 22-386-5 TDs

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

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

Austin Christopherson, Pierre Riggs, 18-375-7 TDs

Clayton Wahlstrom, Custer, 18-258-3 TDs

Jess Poppen, Watertown, 17-283-3 TDs

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

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

Dylan Barstow, SF Lincoln, 15-207-5 TDs

Noah St. Pierre, Wagner, 16-351-7 TDs

Ephram Albrecht, Redfield-Doland, 145-389-7 TDs

Riley Scherr, St. Thomas More, 15-348-5 TDs

Tarin Smallfield, Tea Area, 14-258-4 TDs

Chase Kortan, Bon Homme, 14-229-3 TDs

Riley Franzen, Brandon Valley, 14-108-TD

Joel Thomsen, Custer, 13-315-5 TDs

Lucas Lorenz, Aberdeen Roncalli, 13-232-4 TDs

Shay Reinke, SF Roosevelt, 13-231-2 TDs

Matt Wagner, SF Lincoln, 13-132-0 TDs

Trevor McCabe, Dakota Valley, 13-156-0 TDs

Brayden McNeary, Aberdeen Roncalli, 12-177-TD

Ethan James, Vermillion, 11-225-TD

Nickel Meyers, Sioux Falls Lincoln, 11-191-5 TDs

Logan Raabe, SF Washington, 11-63

Zac Lupica, SF Washington, 11-96

Shay Bratland, Watertown, 10-233-3 TDs

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

Caleb Rector, SF Lincoln, 10-194-0 TDs

Matt Decker, Watertow, 10-117-TD

Logan Neugebauer, Mitchell, 11-90-TD

9-man – Rushing (200 yards min.)

Riley Hanson, Deubrook, 157-1,768-26 TDs

Chandlier Sudbeck, Kadoka Area, 164-1,489-20 TDS

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

Luke Loudenberg, Howard, 150-1,564-27 TDs

Ryne Johnson, Wolsey-Wessington, 105-1,350-19 TDs

Wade Miller, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 151-1,307-19 TDs

Nick Gortmaker, Menno/Marion, 170-1,198-12 TDs

Turner Serr, South Central, 116-1,156-17 TDs

Lorenzo Williams, Wolsey Wessington, 90-1,131-11 TDs

Josh Brown, Dell Rapids St. Mary, 111-1,176-22 TDs

Lance Eide, Deuel, 141-1,054-12 TDs

Terrance Kinzer, Colome, 105-1,036-16 TDs

Nick Hofer, Canistota, 134-1,001-10 TDs

Carson Johnston, Wall, 96-979-19 TDs

Cole Chaplin, Hitchcock-Tulare, 144-979-15 TDs

Dusty Quiram, Hamlin, 121-861-18 TDs

Brandon Beutler, Eureka-Bowdle, 155-853-8 TDs

Matt Johnson, Garretson, 136-836-11 TDs

Dylan Thomas, Hill City, 82-824-9 TDs

Austin Matthieson, Garretson, 84-809-7 TDs

Jack Huether, Viborg-Hurley, 106-802-13 TDs

Cote Hinker, Mount Vernon-Plankinton, 119-801-11 TDs

Brody Grantham, Hamlin, 87-779-10 TDs

Jordan Grosdidier, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 112-759-13 TDs

Alex Marsh, Ipswich-Edmunds Central, 109-752-6 TDs

Gage Skillingstad, Hill City, 93-732-12 TDs

Austin Grout, Webster Area, 128-724-8 TDs

Garrett McIntosh, Langford Area, 102-711-7 TDs

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

Darin Wieseler, Faulkton Area, 114-700-11 TDs

Colin Walth, Alcester-Hudson, 66-665-7 TDs

Reece Jensen, Harding County, 73-662-9 TDs

Ben Bunkers, Dell Rapids St. Mary, 88-661-9 TDs

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

Rustin Anderson, Viborg-Hurley, 104-628-6 TDs

Grant Johnson, Alcester-Hudson, 87-621-9 TDs

Luke Weber, Arlington, 76-609-3 TDs

Drew Planteen, Langford Area, 127-603-8 TDs

Devin Tolsma, Avon, 53-587-5 TDs

Dexter Lick, Tri-State, 99-577-12TDs

Austin Dossett, Chester Area, 69-559-8 TDs

Jesse Brockhouse, Garretson, 103-539-5 TDs

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

Kurt Braun, Gregory, 104-533-7 TDs

Chase Bronson, Wilmot, 97-492-5 TDs

Wyatt Stepka, Baltic, 67-486-3 TDs 

Andrew King, Arlington, 86-476- 12 TDs

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

Cole Acheson, Chester Area, 96-421-6 TDs

Kyler Johnson, Baltic, 107-426-10 TDs

Dustin Trooien, Deubrook, 64-426-6 TDs

Erik Barnes, Alcester-Hudson, 78-423-7 TDs

Carson Hofer, Canistota, 65-400-6 TDs

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

Tyler Wagner, Webster Area, 71-392-3 TDs

Steve Koch, Harding County, 55-345-4 TDs

Derek Stukel, Gregory, 42-344-3 TDs

Levi Schoenbaum, South Central, 46-340-3 TDs

Nathan Parker, Arlington, 38-323-5 TDs

Tim Bodden, Scotland, 47-322-2 TDs

Seth Ireland, Scotland, 48-320-3 TDs

Cade Kjerstad, Wall, 40-304-4 TDs

Dalton Kruse, Deubrook, 37-302-3 TDs

Colton Hall, Potter County, 41-278-3 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

Cole McCarty, Colome, 39-239-5 TDs

Logan Mudder, Avon, 34-238-4 TDs

Hayden Simon, Potter County, 45-237-3 TDs

Alex Heuer, Arlington, 23-235-3 TDs

Alex Kotalik, Scotland, 30-222-2 TDs

Trevor Anderson, Wall, 20-203-2 TDs

9-man - Passing

Kyler Johnson, Baltic, 78-161-1,232-11 TDs

Lane Blasius, Wall, 67-103-1,228-15 TDs

Shay Jolley, Canistota, 57-94-989-13 TDs

Grant Johnson, Alcester-Hudson, 50-99-765-6 TDs

Chase Bixler, Hitchcock-Tulare, 56-112-712-11 TDs

Bo Fries, Langford Area, 75-117-846-9 TDs

Jack Huether, Viborg-Hurley, 44-91-790-7 TDs

Lane Patterson, Kadoka Area, 42-70-783-11 TDs

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

Chase Bronson, Wilmot, 43-109-693-5 TDs

Lucas Ching, Castlewood, 47-114-671-8 TDs

Harvey Mollman, Harding County, 30-58-669-8 TDs

Dustin Northrup, Ipswich-Edmunds Central, 41-118-659-4 TDs

Kurt Beidler, Faulkton Area, 45-94-666-6 TDs

Reid Valsvig, Webster Area, 51-118-657-11 TDs

Dustin Trooien, Deubrook, 40-81-629-9 TDs

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

Josh Raile, Eureka-Bowdle, 30-47-521-5 TDs

Zach Sebern, South Central, 23-50-468-5 TDs

Cole Acheson, Chester Area, 33-68-466-4 TDs

Logan Hammer, Wilmot, 32-71-450-5 TDs

Brody Grantham, Hamlin, 33-65-490-7 TDs

Cooper Gates, Deuel, 38-68-389-7 TDs

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

Terrance Kinzer, Colome, 18-31-350-4 TDs

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

Lorenzo Williams, Wolsey-Wessington, 19-36-317-5 TDs

Blake Bartscher, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 29-43-386-2 TDs

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

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

Riley Talbott, Kimball/White Lake, 21-57-282-3 TDs

Wes Heinricy, Dell Rapids St. Mary, 11-22-222-6 TDs

Jesse Brockhouse, Garretson, 15-31-170-3 TDs

Shaye Bloch, Scotland, 10-38-157-2 TDs

9-man - Receiving

Trevor Anderson, Wall, 41-780-9 TDs

Jerad Nielsen, Canistota, 27-444-7 TDs

Drew Planteen, Langford Area, 21-389-4 TDs

Rusten Anderson, Viborg-Hurley, 19-319-2 TDs

Jesse Kreutzfeldt, Chester Area, 19-241-TDs

David Boer, Baltic, 18-281-5 TDs

Clayton Koch, Harding County, 17-437-6TDs

Lyle LaFramboise, Alcester-Hudson, 17-269-3 TDs

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

Wyatt Stepka, Baltic, 16-178-0 TDs

Logan Hammer, Wilmot, 15-309-5 TDs

Phil Beck, Ipswich-Edmunds-Central, 15-283-3 TDs

Lance Eide, Deuel, 15-172-4 TDs

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

Austin Niemann, Hamlin, 15-167-0 TDs

Chase Bronson, Wilmot, 14-272-4 TDs

Logan Emmons, Kadoka Area, 14-258-4 TDs

Dylan Kludt, Viborg-Hurley, 14-249-4 TDs

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

Paul Munro, Wilmot, 14-183-TD

Nolan Ritchie, Webster Area, 14-145-3 TDs

Dominic Mertens, Wilmot, 13-137-0 TDs

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

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

Riley Potter, Faulkton Area, 12-205-0

Cole Baloun, Faulkton Area, 12-196-3 TDs

Andrew Mork, Baltic, 12-191-0 TDs

Luke Weber, Arlington, 11-330-4 TDs 

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

Austin Matthiesen, Garretson, 10-160-3 TDs

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

 

 

 

 

                                        

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