HAYTI — Zac VanMeeteren scored three touchdowns and Luke Fraser and Tyson Stevenson were each involved in two to lead third-rated Class 9AA Hamlin to a 48-6 non-conference football win over Leola-Frederick Area on Friday.
Van Meeteren scored on runs of 2 and 41 yards and also hauled in a 32-yard TD pass from Stevenson for the Chargers (4-0). He had a combined 102 yards rushing and receiving.
Fraser, who ran for 126 yards, scored on a 14-yard run and also hauled in an 18-yar TD pass from Stevenson (6-8 passing for 109 yards). Simon Vander Vorst made 4.5 stops and Troy Randall Jr. and Kasen Prouty four each for Hamlin’s defense.
The visiting Titans (2-2) scored on a 10-yard pass from Noah Kippley to Milo Sumption. Kippley also rushed for 51 yards on two carries. Jericho King had five tackles and Stephen Achen four.
Sioux Falls Washington 30, Watertown 0: Sioux Falls Washington took advantage of a late first-half scoring flurry and four touchdown passes from Thomas Hoffman to Tryg Auten to top the Arrows.
The Warriors (2-2) led only 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 for the only score of the second half.
Justin ZetinoMartinez kicked a 21-yard field goal with 1:48 left in the second quarter to put Washington ahead 9-0. After stopping Watertown on downs and forcing a punt, a 60-yard pass completion led to Auten’s second TD reception with 16 seconds left. Watertown fumbled the ensuing kickoff and Washington recovered and closed out the half with Auten’s third TD reception.
Complete statistics were not available, but Hoffman did complete 14 of 18 passes for 256 yards in the first half. Watertown (1-3) was limited to 11 yards rushing and 11 yards passing in the half.
Mason Whiting and Ashton First In Trouble each intercepted passes and Spencer Wientjes recovered a fumble for the Arrows.
Great Plains Lutheran 42, Sunshine Bible Academy 7: Micah Holien’s three touchdowns sparked the Panthers (2-2). He scored on runs of 4 and 6 yards and also returned an interception 59 yards for another score.
Thomas Erickson, who ran for 95 yards, scored on a 9-yard run and also tossed a 29-yard TD pass to Jacob Bartels. Hayden Karli scored on a 35-yard TD pass from Brody Scharlemann, who passed for 103 yards. Joseph Dahlberg and RJ Perry each made five tackles and Alex Heil and Ryan Kjenstad each picked off passes.
SBA (0-4) scored on a 4-yard pass from Nolan Triebwasser to Daniel Gebracht. Triebwasser had 13 tackles an an interception.
Dakota Valley 33, Milbank 6: Ethan Anema passed for 179 yards and a touchdown and also scored on a 1-yard run for the fifth-rated Class 11A Panthers (3-1). The Panthers also scored on runs of 66 and 23 yards and on a 56-yard pass. Jace Barber made seven tackles and Drew Lukken six.
Barrett Schneck scored on a 7-yard run and also had eight tackles for Milbank (8-4). Garrett Mertens completed nine of 16 passes for 122 yards, teaming with Eli Johnson four times for 84. Aidan Foell rushed for 88 yards. Johnson contributed six tackles and Foell five.
Estelline-Hendricks 47, Colman-Egan 14: Mattix Hausman rushed for 108 yards and three TDs (3, 20 and 70 yards) and also passed for 111 yards and a 19-yard score to Jon Nefzger for the 2-2 Redhawks. Wyat James added an 80-yard punt return and Joseph McAninch a 30-yard run for TDs. Caden Ching caught three passes for 42 yards and Braxton Jongeling recorded seven tackles and Nefzger five.
Logan Voelker scored on a 68-yard run and a 71-yard kickoff return for Colman-Egan (1-3). He finished with 159 yards rushing. Hayden Person was involved in 10 tackles.
Deubrook Area 16, Lake Preston 12: Jace Vomacka’s 5-yard TD pass to Jacob Jorenby early in the fourth quarter lifted the Dolphins (4-1) to the win. Vomacka passed for 94 yards, teaming with Jorenby four times for 53. Colin Bauman added a 3-yard TD run and made 9.5 tackles. Devon Landmark contributed eight stops.
Haydon Shurson paced the 0-5 Sharks by rushing 28 times for 167 yards and two touchdowns. Jake Larson had seven tackles.
Castlewood 50, North Central 7: Lane Tvedt had two TD runs and tossed TD passes to Booker Scholley (21 yards) and Carson Kirwan (22 yards) for the 4-0 Warriors, who also scored on runs by Jeremiah Wiersma (1 yards) 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.
North Central (1-3) scored on a 10-yard run by Beau Schilling.
Clark-Willow Lake 28, Parker 0: Trey Huber completed 10 of 15 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns to his brother Tyson (30 and 55 yards) for the 2-3 Cyclones. Mitchell Larson and Emmerson Larson added TD runs of 23 and 2 yards, respectively. Mitchell Larson caught five passes for 112 yards.
Cole Heiman recorded 11 tackles and Elliot Bratland, Collin Gaikowski and Griffin Musser eight apiece for CWL. Cole Brenden intercepted a pass.
Andrew Even made 10 tackles for Parker (0-5).
Webster Area 43, Dakota Hills 0: Brent Bearman scored on an 80-yard kickoff return and a 5-yard run to spark the Bearcats (1-4), who also got TD runs from Carson Mount (21 yards), Gavin Witt (8 yards) and Ian Lesnar (2 yards). Webster also scored on a safety and an 8-yard pass from Lesnar to Tommy Vegeldt.
Deuel 27, Groton Area 0: The Cardinals (4-1, 4-1 Northeast Conference) scored on runs of 3 and 14 yards by Owen Quail, a 9-yard pass from Trey Maaland to Carver Nothem and a 69-yard run by Dominic Constant, who also recorded eight tackles. Nothem added six. Quail gained 107 yards rushing, Maaland 82 and Constant 69.
Lane Tietz threw for 113 yards and Tate Larson caught three passes for 56 yards for Groton Area (2-3, 1-3).
Florence-Henry 50, Waverly-South Shore 30: A 28-point fourth-quarter propelled the Falcons (2-2, 2-0) to the Eastern Coteau Conference win. Tegan Sumner, who passed for 140 yards, scored on a 1-yard run and tossed TD passes to Clay Trupe (28 yards) and Mehki Keller (22 yards). Keller also scored on a 36-yard run and tossed a 21-yard TD pass to Adam Moe and Karter Kohlenberg scored on runs of 3 and 10 yards.
Keller rushed for 68 yards, caught four passes for 59 and had an interception. Trupe recorded 13 tackles and Sumner 12. Kohlenberg had two picks and Sumner one.
Troy Kneeland threw for 162 yards and three touchdowns, all 10-yard scores to Zach Ries, Cody Thompson and Gavin Meadors. Kneeland added a 1-yard TD plunge. Thompson had five catches for 98 yards and Ries five for 30.
Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 36, Sioux Valley 32: Second-rated BBE (5-0) survived with a 114-yard rushing performance with three TDs (2, 57 and 46) from Macklen Weber. Riley Endres added an 80-yard kickoff return and Sutton Arend a 6-yard run for TDs. Drake Gustafson tallied 14 tackles and Kean Stevenson 10.
The Cossacks (2-2) got 152 yards rushing and three TDs from Donovan Rose. He found the end zone on runs of 38 and 65 yards and also returned a kickoff 89 yards for another score. Lane Liebsch and Jace Christensen each added 1-yard TD runs. Boden Schiller rushed for 75 yards and added 11 tackles. Brock Christopherson and Preston Top had 10 stops apiece.
Dell Rapids St. Mary 44, Arlington 20: Tate Bunkers (7 and 12 yards) scored two TD runs and Nic Gasper caught a 3-yard TD pass from CJ Smith and added a 65-yard scoring run for St. Mary (2-3). Smith and Logan Bauer also had TD runs. Gasper rushed for 91 yards, Bunkers 87 and Smith 64. Gabriel Lindeman made nine tackles.
Brecken Vossler produced 119 yards rushing and TD runs of 2 and 95 yards for the Cardinals (0-4), who also got an 85-yard kickoff return for a TD and seven tackles from Caden Murphy.
Elkton-Lake Benton 38, Canistota 30: Ryan Krog capped a big game with a 55-yard TD pass to Riddick Westley early in the fourth quarter that lifted the Elks (5-0) past fourth-rated Class 9A Canistota (2-3).
Krog completed nine of 12 passes for 318 yards, connecting for three other scores to Tanner Stein (90, 18 and 21 yards). Krog also rushed for 45 yards and 1-yard TD and added 11 tackles. Blake De Vries had 12 tackles.
Noah Kleinsasser rushed for 190 yards and two scores and Tage Ortman added of TD runs for Canistota. Kleinsasser also notched 6.5 tackles.
Wolsey-Wessington 28, De Smet 6: Wolsey-Wessington evened its record at 2-2 with a the win over the third-rated Class 9B Bulldogs (3-2).
Tiospa Zina 52, St. Francis 0: The Wambdi (3-1) recorded their third-straight win by thrashing 0-4 St. Francis.
Wagner 14, Sisseton 0: Wagner (2-3) pitched the shutout against the Redmen (1-4).
Hankinson, N.D. 54, Tri-State 8: Hankinson improved to 4-1 with the win and dropped Tri-State to 0-5.
Friday’s Other South Dakota Scores
Aberdeen Central 27, Mitchell 13
Aberdeen Roncalli 56, Mobridge-Pollock 6
Alcester-Hudson 38, Chester 27
Belle Fourche 20, Chamberlain 6
Beresford 20, Flandreau 12
Bon Homme 43, Stanley County 7
Brandon Valley 38, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 7
Brookings 33, Spearfish 20
Dell Rapids 28, Canton 22
Faith 26, Lemmon/McIntosh 20
Faulkton 36, Northwestern 6
Flandreau Indian def. Omaha Nation, Neb., forfeit
Gregory 46, Irene-Wakonda 11
Harding County/Bison Co-op 54, Newell 0
Harrisburg 41, Sioux Falls Lincoln 22
Herreid/Selby Area 44, Ipswich 26
Hitchcock-Tulare 52, Avon 0
Howard 51, Freeman/ Marion/ Freeman Academy Co-op 0
Huron 34, Sturgis Brown 32
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
Sioux Falls O’Gorman 49, Rapid City Stevens 7
Sully Buttes 24, Colome 6
Tea Area 42, Douglas 0
Timber Lake 46, Jones County 6
Todd County 36, Winnebago, Neb. 20
Wall 50, White River 0
West Central 33, Vermillion 0
Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 36, Miller/Highmore-Harrold 0