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Area prep football roundup

September 15, 2012
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Gordon has career night

GOWRIE - Mason Gordon had a career night for Prairie Valley.

The Warrior (3-1 overall, 2-0 district) senior rushed for 219 yards on 22 carries and six touchdowns.

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Gordon scored touchdowns on runs of 60, 7, 5, 3, 3 and 1 yards.

Austin Promes had 57 yards rushing on 11 carries and a one-yard touchdown run.

Brandon Ure scored a two-yard touchdown.

The Warriors rushed for 397 yards.

For Southeast Webster-Grand (2-2, 0-2) Nolan Mitchell had 142 yards receiving and scored on touchdown catches of 86 and 56 yards.

Curt Castenson threw the two scores for the Eagles.

Wildcats club Algona, 35-6

ALGONA - Humboldt scored 22 points in the second quarter to earn a convincing 35-6 victory over Algona Friday night.

Ben Jacobson tossed two touchdowns, connecting with Matt Pogge and Garrett Nelson from 30 and 4 yards out, respectively. Brady Ross added 67 yards rushing and a score, while Tyler Zaugg had an 85-yard kickoff return for the Wildcats (1-3 overall, 1-1 in district), as well.

Defensively, Humboldt received interceptions from Jerod Hauck, Michael Orness and Jacobson. Nikko Wheeler also came up with a fumble recovery, and Ryan Lee notched 12 tackles.

Tyler Frideres delivered 69 yards rushing to lead the Bulldogs (2-2, 1-1), while also returning an interception for a score.

The Wildcats outgained Algona in total yardage, 234-198.

Mustangs put up 56

NEWELL - Second-ranked Newell-Fonda pounded Northeast Hamilton by a 56-0 count in 8-Man, District 2 play Friday night.

Jonathan Johnson, a 160-pound senior, sparked the explosive Mustang offensive charge with 122 yards rushing on eight carries.

Rigo Johnson also ran four times for 76 yards for Newell-Fonda (4-0 overall, 2-0 in the district), which accumulated 244 yards on the ground.

N-F quarterback Zak Sievers completed 8 of 11 passes as well for 118 yards. Dalton Anderson was his favorite target with three catches for 54 yards, including a pair of scores (from 38 and 24 yards out). Anderson added a 77-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Defensively, the Mustangs held the Trojans (1-3, 0-2) to just 147 yards of total offense.

Haberman goes over 200

ESTHERVILLE - Clarion-Goldfield stayed unbeaten on the season behind a strong rushing performance from Jake Haberman on Friday night.

The Cowboys (4-0 overall, 2-0 district) won 40-26 over Estherville-LC.

Haberman rushed for 226 on 31 carries and three touchdowns. He scored from 36, four and two yards out.

Stephen McAtee had two receiving touchdowns from Adam Stevens. McAtee caught scores of 34 and 33 yards.

Trenton Sann finished the contest with 100 yards on 22 carries and a seven-yard touchdown.

Stevens was 3-for-5 passing with two scores.

Clarion-Goldfield rushed for 434 yards and had 505 yards of total offense.

Wolverines win on the road

GRAETTINGER - The West Bend-Mallard football team picked up a 26-12 win over Graettinger-Terril on Friday night.

Jesse Zinnel took part in four touchdowns for the Wolverines (3-2 overall, 2-0 district).

Zinnel ran for two one-yard touchdowns. He threw a 12-yard score to Jack Fehr and a 34-yard touchdown to Nathan Grimm.

Grimm led the Wolverines with 142 yards and the one receiving touchdown.

Zinnel threw for 182 yards and the two scores.

E-Hawks light up scoreboard

EMMETSBURG - Sixth-ranked Emmetsburg hammered Okoboji by a 72-13 final in Class 1A, District 1 action Friday evening.

The E-Hawks (3-1 overall, 2-0 in the district) racked up 593 yards of total offense in the game.

Brady Christensen, a 160-pound junior, powered the bruising Emmetsburg ground attack with 142 yards on just three carries, including a 92-yard paydirt scamper.

Mitch Petersen (10 totes, 109 yards, 2 TD), Allen Jensen (4-81-1) and Andrew Wellik (6-80-3) were the other top rushers for the E-Hawks.

On the defensive side of the ball, Jake Jackson recorded four interceptions, while Brady Bailey had one pick. Petersen and Tanner Dahm each collected fumble recoveries.

The Pioneers (0-4, 0-2) were limited to only 177 yards.

Garrigan knocks off AGWSR

ACKLEY - Bishop Garrigan built a two touchdown lead in the first half and held on for a 14-6 victory over AGWSR on Friday night.

Reece Wadle threw for two touchdowns on the night for the Golden Bears (2-2 overall, 1-1 district). Wadle hooked up with Brayton Loss on a 21-yard catch. Chris Loss caught a 17-yard score from Wadle.

Shawn Vaske had 19 carries for 59 yards.

Wadle threw for 45 yards on 3 of 8 passing and the two scores.

Bishop Garrigan had 219 yards of offense and AGWSR had 144 yards on offense.

The Golden Bears host West Hancock next Friday before traveling to to Southeast Webster-Grand.

Cougars edged by No. 10 IKM-Manning

MANSON - Manson Northwest Webster's upset bid against No. 10 (Class 1A) IKM-Manning came up just short on Friday night.

Despite leading by a pair of scores at the half, the Cougars (2-2 overall, 1-1 in District 2) dropped a 20-16 decision to the unbeaten Wolves (4-0, 1-0).

MNW sophomore quarterback Alex Bush went 14 of 27 through the air for 154 yards, including a touchdown and two picks. Bush also connected on a 33-yard field goal.

Brody Eischeid was the top receiver for the Cougars with 7 catches for 77 yards, while Caleb Wubben hauled in a 10-yard score.

Brennan Thompson added 43 yards rushing and a touchdown on 16 carries.

Eagles suffer road loss

DIKE - The Eagle Grove football team had no answers for No. 5 (Class 1A) Dike-New Hartford Friday night, dropping a 56-0 shutout decision.

With the loss, the Eagles fell to 0-4 overall and 0-2 in District 3.

South?Central Calhoun falls to No. 5 Kuemper

LAKE CITY - The South Central Calhoun football team found tough sledding Friday night, dropping a 46-12 decision to No. 5 (Class 2A) Carroll Kuemper.

Nathan Christensen provided an offensive bright spot for the Titans (2-2 overall) with 88 yards rushing on nine carries.

Christensen also completed 12 of 26 passes for 138 yards. Jake Petzenhauser was the top receiver for SCC with five grabs for 59 yards.

With the victory, the Knights improved to 4-0.

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