South Dakota high school football scores for Sept. 16

Aberdeen Central 27, Mitchell 13 -- The Golden Eagles forced six turnovers in the win. The Kernels mishaps started early when they fumbled the ball on their first possession on just their fifth play on offense. The Eagles struck just two plays later on a 13-yard sweep around the left end by receiver Drew Salfrank for a touchdown. After converting the point after touchdown to put the Eagles up 7-0, Tayden Brownson's ensuing kickoff was mishandled by the Kernels and the Eagles recovered the ball deep in their own territory. Four plays later, running back Austin Erickson took the ball up the middle for a three-yard touchdown putting Central up 14-0.

Aberdeen Roncalli 56, Mobridge/Pollock 6 -- The Cavaliers took a 21-6 lead thanks to rushing touchdowns from Jackson Isakson (six yards), Maddox May (seven yards) and Andrew Brennan (26 yards).

Alcester-Hudson 38, Chester 27 -- Evan Brown ran for 146 yards with two touchdowns to lead Alcester-Hudson (5-0). Jose Lopez ran for a touchdown and added 79 yards on the ground. Mateo Kleinhans threw for two touchdowns and had 115 passing yards. Those TDs were to Ethan Bovill and Dominic Egdom. For Chester, Jovi Wolf had two touchdown passes and Layke Wold one. Those TDs were spread out to Max McGreevy, Brayden Schut and Zach Moyer. Wold also had a rushing TD.

Belle Fourche 20, Chamberlain 6

Beresford 20, Flandreau 12

Brandon Valley 38, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 7 -- Lucas Slack threw for 342 yards for the Lynx, who had 487 yards of total offenes in the game. Nate Andresen had seven catches for 207 yards and three touchdowns, while Delvoun Spears-Witte had 11 caries for 66 yards.

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 36, Sioux Valley 32

Bon Homme 43, Stanley County 7

Brookings 33, Spearfish 20

Castlewood 50, North Central Co-Op 7 -- Lane Tvedt had two scoring runs and tossed TD passes to Booker Schooley (21 yards) and Carson Kirwan (22 yards) for the 4-0 Warriors. They also scored on runs by Jeremiah Wiersma (1 yard) and Camron Eng (43 yards) and on a 85-yard punt return by Quincy Thue. Joe Decker had six tackles and Jarin Eidson 5.5.

Clark/Willow Lake 28, Parker 0

Dakota Valley 33, Milbank 6 -- Ethan Anema threw a touchdown pass and ran for another to lead DV. Jackson Boonstra also had a 23-yard TD run. Barrett Schneck scored on a 7-yard run for Milbank.

Dell Rapids 28, Canton 22 -- Mason Stubbe ran for 152 yards with three touchdowns as the Quarters held off Canton. Jack Henry ran for 123 yards and threw for 79. For Canton, Kale Ask had 112 rushing yards and Josh Merkle threw for 176 yards with a touchdown pass to Matt Anderson, who had 90 yards receiving.

Dell Rapids St. Mary 44, Arlington 20 -- Tate Bunkers ran for 87 yards with two TDs, Nic Gasper ran for 91 yards with one TD and CJ Smith ran for 64 yards with one TD to lead DRSM. CJ Smith had a touchdown pass to Nic Gasper. For Arlington, Brecken Vossler ran for two touchdowns and 119 yards.

Deubrook 16, Iroquois/ Lake Preston Co-op 12 -- Jace Vomacka had a TD pass to Jacob Jorenby and Colin Bauman scored on a rushing TD for Deubrook Area, which led 8-6 at halftime. Haydon Shurson had two touchdown runs for Lake Preston. He had 167 rushing yards.

Deuel 27, Groton Area 0 -- The Cardinals (4-1, 4-1 Northeast Conference) scored on runs of three and 14 yards by Owen Quail, a nine-yard pass from Trey Maaland to Carver Nothem and a 69-yard run by Dominic Constant. Carter also recorded eight tackles and Nothem added six. Quail gained 107 yards rushing and Maaland added 82. Lane Tietz threw for 113 yards, and Tate Larson caught three passes for 56 yards for Groton Area (2-3, 1-3).

Elkton-Lake Benton 38, Canistota 30 -- Ryan Krog threw four touchdown passes and Tanner Stein had 244 yards receiving to lead E-LB. Krog threw seven completions for 312 yards and Stein had three receiving TDs. Krog also ran for 60 yards with a TD. For Canistota, Noah Kleinsasser ran for 196 yards with two touchdowns. Tage Ortman ran for two scores.

Elk Point-Jefferson 35, McCook Central/Montrose 0

Estelline/Hendricks 47, Colman-Egan 14 -- Mattix Hausman ran for 108 yards with three touchdowns to lead Estelline/Hendricks. Hausman also had a touchdown pass to Jon Nefzger. Joseph McAninch and Braxton Saathoff also had rushing TDs. For Colman-Egan, Logan Voelker ran for 159 yards with a TD.

Faith 26, Lemmon/McIntosh 20

Faulkton 36, Northwestern 6 -- Layne Cotton had a big night to lead Faulkton. He connected with Roman DiMaria on a 60-yard touchdown pass, scored on a three-yard rush, hooked up DiMaria again on a 73-yard scoring strike and found Charlie Deiter for seven-yard TD pass. The Trojans outgained Northwestern 352-132. Cotton finished with 204 passing yards and Garrett Cramer added 105 more.

Flandreau Indian def. Omaha Nation, Neb., forfeit

Florence/Henry 50, Waverly-South Shore 30

Great Plains Lutheran 42, Sunshine Bible Academy 7

Gregory 46, Irene-Wakonda 11 -- Rylan Peck ran for 138 yards with three touchdowns for Gregory.

Hamlin 48, Leola/Frederick 6 -- Zac VanMeeteren scored three touchdowns and Luke Fraser and Tyson Stevenson were each involved in two to lead third-ranked Class 9AA Hamlin to a 48-6 nonconference football win over Leola-Frederick Friday. Van Meeteren scored on runs of two and 41 yards and also hauled in a 32-yard touchdown pass from Stevenson for the Chargers (4-0). He had a combined 102 yards rushing and receiving.

Harding County 54, Newell 0

Harrisburg 41, Sioux Falls Lincoln 22

Herreid/Selby 44, Ipswich 26 -- The Wolverines built a 44-14 lead to turn back Ipswich Friday night. Brenden Begeman rushed 33 times for 323 yards and three touchdowns to lead Herreid/Selby Area. Quarterback Tray Hettick completed 11 of 13 passes for 158 yards and thee touchdowns. Defensively, Nathan Bradford finished with 11 tackles, including to sacks.

Hitchcock-Tulare 52, Avon 0 -- Landon Puffer had touchdown receptions of of 24 and 29 yards and a punt return for 68 yards to lead the Patriots in a game that ended at halftime. Erik Salmen had 149 of Hitchcock-Tuleare's 161 rushing yards, and quarterback Carter Binger completed 10 of 17 attempts for 176 yards. Puffer and Salman each had three touchdowns, and Puffer finished with 109 yards receiving.

Hot Springs 49, St. Thomas More 14

Howard 51, Freeman/ Marion/ Freeman Academy Co-op 0 -- Karsyn Feldhaus ran for 154 yards with two touchdowns to lead Howard, which also had rushing TDs from Tate Miller, Griffin Club, Karsten Hamilton and Nolan Mentele. Taiden Hoyer threw two touchdown passes and had 110 passing yards overall. Atticus Darnell had 83 receiving yards with a TD. Gabe Turpin had eight tackles and two fumble recoverins. For F/M/FA, Riley Tschetter threw for 108 yards.

Huron 34, Sturgis Brown 32 -- Sturgis missed one extra point and failed to convert on three 2-point conversion attempts in a 34-32 loss to Huron on Friday night at Woodle Field, according to the Rapid City Journal. The Scoopers (2-2) gained possession down one score twice in the final six minutes and 46 seconds of play but failed to tie the game due to a pair of unsuccessful 2-point conversion attempts.

Jim River 31, Baltic 6

New Underwood 49, Bennett County 0

Parkston 50, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 0

Philip 60, Dupree 12

Pierre 55, Yankton 10

Platte-Geddes 35, Viborg-Hurley 18

Potter County 48, Langford 14

Sioux Falls Christian 34, Madison 28 -- Tayton Snyder threw for 322 yards and had three touchdowns for the Chargers (2-2). Carter VanDonge had 146 yards receiving and two touchdowns. James Woodward had 67 receiving yards and one touchdown. For Madison (1-3), Ben Brooks ran for 120 yards with three rushing touchdowns. He threw for 149 yards with a touchdown pass to Shane Veehhof. The Chargers led 34-14 after the third quarter.

Sioux Falls O'Gorman 49, Rapid City Stevens 7 -- Bennett Dannenbring became the all-time leader in touchdown passes for O'Gorman during the Knights' rout of the Raiders with 40. His TD passes included throws to Peyton Hage (59 yards), Ryland Satter (73) and Sullivan Schlimgen (59). Maverick Jones ran for scored on runs of 2 and 5 yards.

Sioux Falls Washington 30, Watertown 0 -- Washington took advantage of a late first-half scoring flurry and four touchdown passes from Thomas Hoffman to Tryg Auten to top the Arrows in nonconference play. The Warriors (2-2) led 6-0 before scoring 17 points in the final two minutes of the first half. Auten had six catches for 140 yards in the first half alone and scored on passes from Hoffman that covered 61, 13 and 29 yards. He also caught a 20-yard YTD pass early in the fourth quarter. The Arrows had only 11 yards rushing and 11 yards passing in the first half.

Sully Buttes 24, Colome 6

Tea 42, Douglas 0 -- The Titans (4-0) ran for 229 yards and threw for 171 as a balanced offensive attack and a strong defense blanked Douglas. Blake Thompson ran for 73 yards with a touchdown and Maddix Slykhuis scored a rushing touchdown for Tea. Slykhuis also threw for 100 yards with two touchdown passes -- one to Parker Mulder and one to Thompson. Thompson also had a touchodown pass to Parker Mulder.

Timber Lake 46, Jones County 6

Tiospa Zina 52, St. Francis Indian 0

Todd County 36, Winnebago, Neb. 20

Wagner 14, Sisseton 0

Wall 50, White River 0 -- Burk Blasius was perfect on the day as he completed all five of his passes for 115 yards and three touchdowns, according to the Rapid City Journal. Mason Heath chipped in with two carries for 60 yards and a touchdown, while Cedar Amiotte had two carries for 53 yards and a TD.

Webster 43, Dakota Hills 0 -- Brent Bearman scored on an 80-yard kickoff return and a five-yard run to spark the Bearcats (1-4), who also got touchdown runs from Carson Mount (21 yards), Gavin Witt (eight yards) and Ian Lesnar (two yards). Webster also scored on a safety and an eight-yard pass from Lesnar to Tommy Vegeldt. It was the first win of the season for the Bearcats.

West Central 33, Vermillion 0. STORY AND PHOTOS

Wolsey/Wessington 28, DeSmet 6

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 36, Miller/Highmore-Harrold 0

Saturday's South Dakota high school football games

Rapid City Christian vs. Mount Vernon/Plankinton, 2:00 PM MT

Pine Ridge vs. Standing Rock, ND 2:30 PM MT

Red Cloud vs. Marty 3:00 PM MT

Jefferson vs. Rapid City Central 4:00 PM CT

Custer vs. Lennox 5:00 PM MT

Winner vs. Lead-Deadwood 6:00 PM CT

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