Deubrook Area’s Dustin Trooien (8) leaps to make a long reception past Dell Rapids St. Mary’s Jacob Glazier during the Dolphins’ 64-30 victory over the Cardinals on Friday night in Dell Rapids. Photo by Kevin Maiers/portraitmemories.net
DELL RAPIDS – Deubrook Area (Class 9AA No. 2) raced out to a 42-0 lead during a 64-30 victory over Dell Rapids St. Mary (Class 9B No. 4) in a Dakota Valley Conference football matchup Friday night.
The Dolphins racked up 369 rushing yards on 42 carries while improving to 5-0 on the season.
Riley Hanson led the way with 11 carries for 114 yards and two touchdowns.
Dalton Kruse had 11 rushes for 86 yards and a pair of TDs.
Ryan Knutson ran the ball eight times for 70 yards and three scores.
Knutson book-ended the first-quarter scoring with TD runs of 11 and 6 yards. In between, Hanson scored on a 15-yard scamper and Tyler Jensen added a 5-yard run.
In the second, Knutson scored from 7 yards out and Kay Glatzer plunged into the end zone from a yard out to make it 42-0.
Hanson had a 6-yard scoring run later in the second; and Kruse scored on runs of 60 and 4 yards.
The two teams combined for 58 points in the second quarter, as Deubrook Area led 64-22 at halftime.
Glatzer went 8-for-8 on point-after kicks for the Dolphins. Quarterback Taylor Olsen went 7-of-15 for 98 yards. Dustin Trooien led the receivers with four catches for 67 yards.
Defensively, Quinn Petersen had 15 tackles and Jensen added 10. Dallas Murphy (fumble recovery), Hanson (interception) and Mason Bandemer (interception) each had a takeaway.
The Cardinals finished with 224 yards of offense – 124 rushing and 100 passing.
Deubrook Area heads to Rutland to face winless Oldham-Ramona/Rutland on Friday. Dell Rapids St. Mary (3-2) travels to Estelline.
DEUBROOK AREA 64, DELL RAPIDS ST. MARY 30
Deubrook 28 36 0 0 – 64
DRSM 0 22 0 8 – 30
DA – Ryan Knutson 11 run (Kay Glatzer kick), 10:40
DA – Riley Hanson 15 run (Glatzer kick), 8:19
DA – Tyler Jensen 5 run (Glatzer kick), 7:34
DA – Knutson 6 run (Glatzer kick), 1:33
DA – Knutson 7 run (Glatzer kick), 10:38
DA – Glatzer 1 run (Glatzer kick), 6:51
DRSM – Ben Bunkers 10 run (conversion failed), 5:42
DA – Hanson 6 run (Glatzer kick), 4:08
DRSM – Noel Hansen 53 run (Noah Fiegen run), 3:49
DA – Dalton Kruse 60 run (Glatzer kick), 3:32
DRSM – Wes Heinricy 1 run (Jacob Glazier run), 2:05
DA – Kruse 4 run (Quinn Petersen pass from Taylor Olsen), :31
DRSM – Hansen 47 pass (run good), 2:36
RUSHING: DA 42-369 (Riley Hanson 11-114, Dalton Kruse 11-86, Ryan Knutson 8-70). DRSM 37-124.
PASSING: DA, Taylor Olsen 7-15-0-98. DRSM 5-9-2-100.
RECEIVING: DA, Dustin Trooien 4-67.
DEFENSE: DA, Quinn Petersen 15 tackles; Tyler Jensen 10 tackles; Dallas Murphy FR; Riley Hanson INT; Mason Bandemer INT.
• Sioux Valley 56, Crow Creek 6
STEPHAN – The Cossacks picked up their first victory of the season, beting the Chieftans in a game that ended midway through the third quarter due to the 50-point mercy rule.
Trevor Lundin rushed the ball seven times for 108 yards and two touchdowns, while adding two receptions for 60 yards.
Kyler Krogh added five carries for 43 yards and two TDs.
Quarterback Layne Lucas went 5-of-8 for 72 yards; and added 11 yards and a pair of scores on three rushes.
Brock Swartos scored the Cossacks’ final touchdown and the ensuing point-after touchdown kick ended the game.
Defensively, Cade Goodfellow led Sioux Valley with six tackles. Thayer Trenhaile had two tackles, including a sack, and a fumble recovery. Tyler Tofte also recovered a fumble; Kirk Adee had a sack; and Lundin finished with three tackles, including a sack.
Sioux Valley (1-4) plays host to Flandreau, the top-ranked team in Class 11B, and Crow Creek (1-4) plays host to St. Francis Indian next Friday.
• Elkton-Lake Benton 21, Castlewood 20
CASTLEWOOD – The Elks held off the Warriors (Class B No. 5) to snap a two-game losing skid.
ELB took a 21-14 lead with 11:56 remaining when Nick Delaney scored on a 5-yard run and Heath Schindler added the two-point conversion run.
The Elks appeared to be in control when Castlewood’s Carson Borer intercepted a pass and returned it 60 yards for a touchdown with 7:46 remaining. However, the Warriors’ failed on the two-point attempt and the Elks held on to the lead.
ELB struck first via Andrew Kirschenman’s 25-yard field goal in the first quarter. Castlewood answered soon thereafter when Case Wiarda caught a 31-yard TD pass from Lucas Ching, making it 6-3 with 1:43 left in the first.
In the second, ELB went back on top when Delaney found paydirt from 15 yards out. Kirschenman added the PAT kick with 9:57 remaining and later kicked another 25-yard field goal with 1:34 to go to make it 13-6 at halftime.
Castlewood retook the lead for the final time in the third, as Wiarda caught another TD pass from Ching – this time a 33-yarder – and Ching added the two-point run to put the home team up 14-13 with 8:45 left in the quarter.
Delaney finished with 56 yards and two TDs on 14 carries.
Borer led Castlewood with 80 rushing yards on 18 attempts. He also paced the defense with 11 tackles and Dylan Wittmier added 10.
Ching went 7-of-15 for 120 yards and Wiarda had three receptions for 71 yards.
Elkton-Lake Benton (3-2) plays host to Colman-Egan and Castlewood (3-2) travels to Arlington next week.
• Lake Preston 28, Colman-Egan 26
LAKE PRESTON – Jaden Denison carried the Divers to their second consecutive victory, rushing for 239 yards and all four of hits team’s touchdowns.
The junior, who ran the ball 33 times, also led the Lake Preston defense with 16 tackles and a fumble recovery.
Cole Casper went 3-of-13 for 37 yards with two interceptions and added 11 carries for six yards. He converted a pair of two-point conversions.
Michael Bradfield had a 31-yard reception. Ethan Tolzin rushed three times for 10 yards and added a 3-yard catch. Denison also had one catch covering three yards.
Lake Preston led 8-0 after a quarter, 14-2 at halftime and 22-2 entering the fourth. The Hawks outscored the Divers 24-6 in the final stanza but it wasn’t enough.
Bradfield added 10 tackles and an interception. Patrick Bertsch recovered a fumble; and Jordan Williams and Carson Hillestad added nine tackles apiece. Peter Schukking had an 86-yard kickoff return.
For Colman-Egan, Matt Nelson went 15-of-28 for 195 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Lane Berg caught seven passes for 121 yards and a TD, while Tanner Acton added a 15-yard TD reception. Riley Clark had a 6-yard scoring run.
Lake Preston (2-3) faces De Smet/Iroquois in De Smet and Colman-Egan (2-3) travels to Elkton to take on Elkton-Lake Benton next week.
• Estelline 50, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 14
ESTELLINE – The Redmen rushed past the Raiders on homecoming for their first victory of the season.
Estelline finished with 394 yards – all on the ground. Maxx Hausman led the way with 142 yards and two touchdowns while adding a punt return for a score.
Matt Konrad ran for 129 yards and a pair of TDs; and Rudy Gonzalez also found the end zone twice, rushing for 49 yards. Ben Shay added 74 yards on the ground.
Konrad paced the Redmen defense with seven tackles. Garret Reed had three quarterback sacks and a forced fumble.
For ORR, Dustin Riedel rushed for 121 yards and a TD. Justin Tolley added a 15-yard touchdown run. Riedel led the defense with 18 tackles and Skyelar DeVaney had 10.
Next Friday, Estelline (1-4) plays host to Dell Rapids St. Mary and Oldham-Ramona/Rutland (0-5) plays host to Deubrook Area.
• Flandreau 21, Garretson 6
GARRETSON – The Fliers, the top-ranked team in Class 11B, improved to 5-0 with the victory over the Blue Dragons.
Flandreau travels to Volga to face Sioux Valley next Friday. Garretson (2-3) heads to Salem to take on McCook Central/Montrose.