Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director


Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta 43, Kimball Area 20
MORRIS – Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta scored 43 straight points and earned a 43-20 victory on homecoming night over Kimball.
The Cubs jumped out to 13-0 lead early before the Tigers found their groove in a game that totaled nearly 900 yards of total offense.
Zach Bruns threw four touchdowns, with three going to Kenny Soderberg. Bruns finished 10-19 for 187 yards, Soderberg had 68 yards receiving, Jackson Loge hauled in a 16 yard touchdown as well and the Tigers moved to 4-1 on the season.
Tucker Schultz was 32-51 for 317 yards with two touchdowns for the Cubs, but was picked off four times. Gabe Becker had nine catches for 109 yards and a score, the Cubs are 1-4.
Soderberg, Jack Riley, Will Breuer, and Cameron Koebernick each recorded interceptions for the Tigers.

Hancock 52, Rothsay 8
HANCOCK – Hancock raced out to a 38-0 lead on their way to a homecoming victory over Rothsay 52-8.
Isaac Nienhaus ran for 134 yards on just four carries, Tyler Timmerman added 104 yards on the ground with a touchdown.
Preston Rohloff finished 8-12 for 114 yards and three touchdowns to Brandon Kellenberger, Gideon Joos, and Daniel Milanders. The Owls are 5-0 while Rothsay falls to 1-4.

Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 36, Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 8
WHEATON – Wheaton/Herman-Norcross used a monster first half to earn their homecoming victory over Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 36-8.
Gunner Martinek led the Warriors charge running for 90 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. Martinek also had a 28-yard pick-six defensively.
Zach Braaten was 7-9 for 82 yards and 25 yard touchdown to Tate Serocki.
Nate Moberg ran for 64 tough yards and a touchdown on 25 carries as the Wolverines fall to 1-4. The Warriors are now 3-2.

Brandon-Evansville 54, Ortonville 24
ORTONVILLE – Brandon-Evansville broke open a close game by exploding for 32 third quarter points for a 54-24 victory to remain unbeaten.
Marshall Riedel picked up a struggling offense to the tune of 162 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries, Keagan Schiele ran for 95 yards and two touchdowns after going 0-7 passing with two interceptions. The Chargers are 5-0 while the Trojans fall to 2-3.

BOLD 57, Minnewaska Area 14
OLIVIA – Tyson Meyer ran for 104 yards and a score in a losing effort for Minnewaska, 54-14 to the BOLD Warriors.
Grant Jensen threw for just three yards for the Lakers who fall to 4-1.
Drew Sagedahl was 13-20 for 203 yards and three touchdowns for the Warriors, he ran for another 82 yards as they improve to 5-0.

Alexandria 47, Brainerd 6

Annandale 31, New London-Spicer 14

Barnesville 62, Breckenridge 14

Browerville/Eagle Valley 33, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 0

Canby 20, Lac qui Parle Valley 7

Fergus Falls 28, Thief River Falls 14

MACCRAY 18, Lakeview 15

Maple Lake 30, Holdingford 14

Melrose 28, Rockford 14

Minneota 28, Dawson-Boyd 7

Montevideo 42, Sauk Centre 6

Nevis 40, NCEUH 32, 2OT

New York Mills 37, Wadena-Deer Creek 0

Osakis 33, Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 0

Ottertail Central 22, West Central/Ashby 14

Park Christian 30, Warren-Alvarado-Oslo 6

Royalton 34, Benson 7

Underwood 46, Pelican Rapids 44

United North Central def. Floodwood, forfeit

Upsala/Swanville 20, Parkers Prairie 12

Verndale 38, Bertha-Hewitt 14


BOLD def. Minnewaska, 28-30, 25-15, 25-23, 25-18



Minnewaska made it a clean sweep at the WCC girls tennis championships over the weekend. Danielle & Allissa Thorfinnson, Karra Hanson, and Addy Randt won the 4 singles tourney’s, while the duo of Tara Reichmann and Aanika Randt took the first doubles title, defeating Tigers Greta Hentges/Ryanne Long. The Lakers kept the titles coming when Thorfinnson/ Olivia Richards won the 2nd doubles title. Maddie Kluver/Hanson won the 4th doubles title over the Tigers Ireland Winter/Breanna Schmidgall.


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