Prep Results: Falcons Edge Tigers On Failed Two-Point Conversion 16 Sep 17

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director

FOOTBALL
Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 26, Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta 25
MORRIS – A failed two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter proved the difference as the ACGC Falcons hung on to win a thriller over the MACA Tigers 26-25 on Friday night from Big Cat Stadium.
Camden Arndt’s 49-yard touchdown run with 5:28 remaining pulled the Tigers within a point, but he was stopped on the ensuing two-point conversion. Arndt had four touchdowns on the night, including scoring runs of 41, 16, and 80 yards. He totaled 305 rushing yards on 26 carries, and accounted for 337 of the Tigers 392 yards of total offense.
Jarren Kaddatz gained 125 yards on the ground while Cullen Lewis scored two touchdowns for the Falcons who improve to 2-1. With the loss the Tigers are 1-2.

Hancock 36, Hillcrest Lutheran 0
FERGUS FALLS – Kaleb Kohel accounted for four touchdowns and the Hancock Owls routed the Hillcrest Lutheran Academy Comets 36-0.
Koehl hit Noah Kannegiesser for touchdowns strikes of 30 and seven yards, and used his legs for two rushing scores including a 37-yarder in the second quarter. The Owls took a 30-0 lead into halftime, and Kannegiesser opened the second half with a 99-yard kick return for the last of the scoring. Hancock finished with 366 yards of total offense. Koehl was 9-18 for 169 yards, running for 105 more on 13 carries. Kannegiesser hauled in five receptions for 142 yards.
The Owls are 2-1, the Comets fall to 0-3.

Brandon-Evansville 47, Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 6
BRANDON – Brandon-Evansville scored 34 unanswered points in a rout of Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 47-6 on Friday.
After a pair of Jake Hintermeister touchdowns, the Warriors answered with a 53-yard touchdown strike from Nelson Schmidt to Hunter Johnson to pull within seven. But it was all Chargers from there, getting two more Hintermeister scores, and a pair from Nick Thorstad.
Keagan Schiele was 9-13 passing, for 229 yards and two touchdowns and an interception. Hintermeister had 103 yards rushing, and Thorstad racked up 172 all-purpose yards and an interception to earn player of the game.
Nelson Schmidt threw for 100 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions, Hunter Johnson had 66 yards receiving with a score for the Warriors who fall to 0-3. The Chargers are now 2-1.

Minnewaska Area 35, Montevideo 6
MONTEVIDEO – Matt Gruber threw touchdown passes to three different receivers and the Minnewaska Area Lakers defeated Montevideo 35-6 on Friday night.
Gruber hit Ryan Christianson, Garrett Jensen, and Jaeger Jergensen for scores. Jensen carried 14 times for 148 yards and a touchdown as the Lakers improve to 3-0. The Thunder Hawks are now 0-3.

Bertha-Hewitt 38, Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 18

Rothsay 57, Laporte 6

Verndale 59, Underwood 8

Osakis 27, Benson 6

BOLD 40, Sauk Centre 7

BBE 24, Royalton 8

Eden Valley-Watkins 20, Holdingford 6

Fergus Falls 27, Detroit Lakes 17

KMS 24, Upsala/Swanville 14

Lac qui Parle Valley 37, New Ulm Cathedral 35

Ortonville 17, Yellow Medicine East 16

Ottertail Central 35, Pillager 8

Parkers Prairie 28, Kimball 12

Paynesville 46, Rockford 0

Renville County West 50, MACCRAY 7

Wrenshall 72, Onamia 0

Zimmerman 28, New London-Spicer 7

VOLLEYBALL
Minnewaska Tournament
Pool A

Perham def. Benson 25-16, 25-15
Brandon-Evansville def. Ortonville 25-18, 25-21
Benson def. Ortonville 25-22, 24-26
Perham def. Brandon-Evansville 25-8, 25-11
Benson def. Brandon-Evansville 25-16, 23-25
Perham def. Ortonville 25-14, 25-10

Pool B
Minnewaska def. LPGE 25-16, 22-15
New London-Spicer def. Kittson 25-17, 27-25
Kittson def. Minnewaska 25-11, 25-14
New London-Spicer def. LPGE 25-11, 25-23
New London-Spicer def. Minnewaska 25-20, 25-23
Kittson def. LPGE 25-23, 25-12

Placement Round
LPGE def. Ortonville 25-17, 25-23 – Seventh Place
Brandon-Evansville def. Minnewaska 25-17, 19-25, 15-12 – Fifth Place
Kittson def. Benson 25-11, 25-19 – Third Place
Perham def. New London-Spicer 25-12, 25-16 – Championship