Prep Results: Owls Offense Nearly Unstoppable, Lakers Shutdown Tigers 29 Sep 17

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director

FOOTBALL
Minnewaska Area 35, Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta 7
GLENWOOD – Matt Gruber accounted for 156 yards of total offense and the Minnewaska Area Lakers defeated the Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tigers 35-7 on Friday night.
Gruber ran for 122 yards and two touchdowns while throwing another to Jaeger Jergenson.
The Lakers defense bottled up Tigers running back Camden Arndt, holding him to just 77 yards rushing and causing him to lose three fumbles, Arndt had over 500 rushing yards in the last two games combined.
Nathan Beyer ran for 70 yards and the Tigers lone score in the third quarter. The Tigers managed 162 yards rushing but were held to just eight passing as they fall to 2-3. The Lakers are now 4-1.

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 41, Montevideo 7
Sauk Centre 28, Osakis 14
BOLD 68, Benson 0

Hancock 46, Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 19
HANCOCK – Kaleb Koehl continued his dominance over the competition as Hancock racked up nearly 600 yards of total offense in the Owls 46-19 rout of Wheaton/Herman-Norcross.
Koehl threw for 305 yards and four touchdowns on 13-19 passing while rushing for 189 yards and two scores.
Noah Kannegiesser had two of the touchdown receptions, a 22-yarder and one for 60, hauling five catches for 146 yards total. Tyler Timmerman had six catches for 137 yards and a touchdown. Koehl put an exclamation on the night with a 75-yard touchdown run earning co-player of the game honors with Josh Birr. Birr had a touchdown run and three tackles for loss defensively.
The Warriors got on the board in the third quarter when Ben Findlay blocked a punt and Spencer Ellison recovered it in the end zone. Nelson Schmidt threw for 113 yards and a touchdown to James Conroy, but the Warriors fell to 0-5 while the Owls improved to 4-1.

Brandon-Evansville 44, Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 0
BRANDON – Avery Wendt scooped up a fumble and took it to the end zone, setting the tone for Brandon-Evansville’s 44-0 win over CGB on Friday.
Keagan Schiele threw three touchdowns on 5-7 passing for 105 yards. Jake Hintermeister ran for 95 yards, with 83 of them coming on a touchdown run. Nick Thorstad added 84 yards and a score.
Tanner Bitzan led the Chargers defense with 11 tackles, James Strese added nine, Hintermeister and Trey Bosek each got an interception. The Chargers are now 4-1 on the season.l
Jason Murphy ran for 69 yards for the Wolverines who fall to 1-4. 

Verndale 52, Rothsay 20
Underwood 44, Hillcrest Lutheran 0

Hawley 44, Breckenridge 26
Holdingford 20, Maple Lake 15
Isle 46, Onamia 6
Jackson County Central 35, Martin County West 0
Lac qui Parle Valley 27, Canby 6
Minneota 59, Ortonville 20
New London-Spicer 56, Litchfield 20
Orono 28, Waconia 21, OT
Ottertail Central 43, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 0
Paynesville 66, Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 8
Pelican Rapids 36, Wadena-Deer Creek 22
Pierz 50, Eden Valley-Watkins 12
Royalton 46, Kimball 44
Upsala/Swanville 30, Browerville/Eagle Valley 14
Yellow Medicine East 15, Lakeview 8

CROSS COUNTRY
Sisseton Meet
SISSETON – Emma Schmidt took 13th place to help the Border West girls cross country team to a fifth place finish at the Sisseton Invite on Thursday. Emily Franzese was next up for the Buccaneers in 35th place.
The Border West boys finished seventh as a team, Michael Haukos took 26th place. Milbank took the girls team crown, Great Plains was first in boys results.

For complete girls results, click HERE

For complete boys results, click HERE