LITTLE SIOUX CONFERENCE ROUNDUP: Adrian runs past R-T-RTYLER — There was no stopping Adrian’s running game.
TYLER — There was no stopping Adrian’s running game.
Facing Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in a Little Sioux Conference football game Friday night, Adrian ran for 390 yards in a 34-14 victory.
Brock Bullerman did most of the damage for Adrian (4-1), which had 442 yards of total offense.
The senior running back had 213 yards on 26 carries and scored three touchdowns for the Dragons.
Cody Reckamp joined in the action with 166 yards on 14 carries.
Justin Wolf started the scoring for the Dragons with a five-yard run in the first quarter.
Bullerman then scored the first of his touchdowns from 17 yards out as Adrian had a 14-7 lead after the first quarter.
But Bullerman was far from done. He scored from two yards out in the second quarter and on a 10-yard burst in the third before Reckamp scampered in from 41 yards away as the Dragons cruised to a victory.
Quarterback Tyler Hornstein completed four of nine passes for 52 yards, while Kyle Kilgore had three catches for 41 yards.
Andrew Lonneman, who had an 11-yard reception, led the defensive effort with 10 tackles and four sacks.
Dru Strand added nine tackles and a sack, while Jake Diekmann had eight tackles.
The Dragons will receive a forfeit next week as Renville County West was slated to travel to Adrian.
With the forfeit victory, Adrian, which will be 5-1, will travel to Dawson-Boyd in two weeks.
Adrian 14 7 7 6 — 34
R-T-R 7 7 0 0 — 14
Canby 35, MCC 13
SLAYTON — Chris Halbur provided Murray County Central with its only scores of the night on long kick return touchdowns as the Rebels fell to Canby (3-2) in the Little Sioux Conference.
Halbur opened the second half scoring with an 85-yard kick return to pay dirt. Tom Haarsma knocked in the point-after-touchdown on a successful drop kick.
In the fourth quarter, Halbur returned another kick for a TD, this time taking the ball 99 yards for the score.
Matt Blomgren led the Rebels with 128 rushing yards on 17 carries, while Halbur rushed nine times for 39 yards and completed six passes for 30 yards.
Tom Chapman paced the MCC defense with eight tackles.
MCC (0-5) travels to Clara City Friday to take on MACCRAY.
Canby 14 0 7 14 — 35
MCC 0 0 7 6 — 13
T-M-B 65, Fulda 0
TRACY — Shane Erickson passed for 230 yards, including a trio of touchdown passes on an 8-of-12 performance, leading Tracy-Milroy-Balaton to a lop-sided victory over Fulda.
T-M-B (4-1) racked up 468 yards of offense — 239 passing and 229 rushing — and only turned the ball over once.
Fulda (3-2), which played without two-way starter Max Dibble (injury), had only 67 total yards — 37 passing and 30 rushing — while turning the ball over six times.
Erickson rushed for 67 yards on seven carries, including two touchdowns (48 and 27).
T-M-B’s first touchdown came on a hook-and-ladder play from Erickson to James Fultz to Alec Swan, covering 71 yards.
Fultz later ran back one of T-M-B’s four pass interceptions for a 60-yard touchdown.
Swan blocked a punt, which was recovered in the end zone by Andrew Martinez for T-M-B’s fourth TD of the first quarter.
Taylor Hoffbeck scored on a one-yard run for the Panthers and also tossed a nine-yard TD pass to Fultz.
Erickson threw touchdown passes to Hoffbeck (69 yards) and to Dominic Dolan (24 yards) and Jared Towne scored a six-pointer on a 35-yard run for the Panthers.
Fulda’s Taylor Ruesch had several nice kick returns for the Raiders, including a 33-yarder.
Alex Olsem carried the ball 13 times for 48 yards to lead the Raider rushing attack, while Brock Baumgarn completed three passes for 37 yards, including one to Olsem (five yards) and two to Aaron Tiesler for 32 yards (14 and 18).
Fulda hosts Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Friday and T-M-B travels to Cottonwood to tangle with Lakeview.
Fulda 0 0 0 0 — 0
T-M-B 25 34 6 0 — 65