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Prep football: Adrian moves to 3-0

Brian Korthals/Daily Globe Adrian Dragon running back Jordan Dingman (2) gets an escort from teammate Matt Slater (55) around the left end for a big gain Friday night in Adrian.

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ADRIAN — Jordan Dingmann amassed 163 yards rushing, with two touchdowns, and an 80-yard punt return as the Adrian Dragons shut out the Lakeview Lakers by a score of 34-0 in a Little Sioux Football Conference game held in Adrian.

Dingmann scored the first of his two rushing touchdowns in the first quarter, with a six-yard run with 10 minutes remaining in the first. Dingmann followed his own score with the 80-yard punt return coming with two minutes left in the first. Sophomore quarterback Logan Rogers threw to Jordan Bertrand for the two-point conversion following the touchdown.

In the second quarter, Rogers scored on a one-yard touchdown run with five minutes remaining. The Dragons scored again with only 49 seconds remaining in the half, with a 30-yard pass from Rogers to senior wide receiver Dawson White, and following a failed two-point conversion, the Dragons went into the half up 26-0.

Adrian’s last score once again came from Dingmann, who ran half the length of the field for a 51 yard score with seven minutes remaining in the third.

Dillon John was Adrian’s second leading rusher, totaling 63 yards on eight carries. Rogers finished 5-for-10 passing with 80 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, Tony Sieve had 10 tackles and one fumble recovery. Cody Polzine and Brady Lonneman also had interceptions for Adrian.

For Lakeview, Seth Goepferich had 81 yards passing on 29 attempts and 7 completions. Receiving, Christopher Berg had 52 yards on two catches for the Lakers.

Adrian is a perfect 3-0. The Dragons host MACCRAY Friday.

Lakeview is now 1-2, and hosts Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Friday.

Adrian 14 12 6 0 — 32

Lakeview 0 0 0 0 — 0

Dragons host MACCRAY Friday.

Lakeview is now 1-2, and hosts Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Friday.

Adrian 14 12 6 0 — 32

Lakeview 0 0 0 0 — 0

CL/G-LR 40, Cherokee 0

ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa — The Central Lyon/ George-Little Rock Lions took advantage of short field positions to win Friday’s game against Cherokee 40-0 in Rock Rapids.

Halfway through the first quarter, Pete Mennings opened the scoring with a 23-yard pass to Jessie Hendricks. With two minutes left in the first, Mennings threw another touchdown, this time to Tanner Bersteeg, for a 35-yard score.

CJ Roth scored twice in the second for the Lions, the first with 10 miutes left in the half, on a one yard run, and the second with six minutes half, this time on a two yard run. Brent Klinkenberg finished the scoring for the half with a seven-yard run with less than one minute in the half.

In the third, Jessie Henricks scored the last touchdown of the evening, on a 19-yard run.

The Lions finished with 22 yards rushing on 38 attempts, and they were 7-for-9 passing, with 127 yards, totaling 327 total yards.

The Lions are now 2-1, and face MOC-Floyd Valley Friday.

CL/G-LR 14 20 6 0 — 40

Cherokee 0 0 0 0 — 0

R-U 26, HLP 9

LAKE PARK, Iowa — The Remsen-Union Rockets kept Harris-Lake Park’s offense at bay, and held on for a 26-9 victory in Lake Park.

The Wolves’ only scores came off of a safety in the third quarter, and a punt returned for a touchdown in the fourth.

Nick Schroeder had three rushing touchdowns for the Rockets, tagging on 109 yards rushing for the quarterback. Scoring the only other touchdown for Remsen-Union was Cole Owen, who also rushed for a touchdown in the fourth.

Jordan Kyle, a freshman for H-LP, forced the safety for the Wolves, and the kick return was scored by Brady VanIperen in the fourth.

The Wolves finished with 86 yards passing on the evening, also allotting 27 rushing yards, for a total of 113.

The Wolves are now 1-2, and they play against Whiting Friday.

R-U 6 8 0 12 — 26

H-LP 0 0 2 7 — 9

JCC 34, Pipestone 6

PIPESTONE— The Jackson County Central Huskies amassed 266 yards total rushing, as they win 34 to 6 over Pipestone Area in Pipestone.

Jackson opened the scoring with Shadrack Wacker. He threw a 41-yard pass to Darnell Taylor-Breck, and following the point after, started a 14-point first quarter for the Huskies. Luke Norland scored the second touchdown of the first quarter for JCC, scoring on a four-yard run.

Marek Bingel drained a 26-yard field goal in the second quarter for the Huskies, followed by Keegan Moore, who scored on a four-yard run. Wacker scored on a three yard run to finish the scoring in the third.

After neither team being able to score in the third quarter, the Arrows were able to put points on the board, utilizing Boyer Bouman and Jaymes Zollner, with Bouman connecting on a 29-yard touchdown, the point-after being no good. Bingel scored again for JCC, this time on a deep 38-yard field goal.

Pipestone is now 2-2 overall and hosts Marshall Friday. Jackson is now 3-1, and the Huskies take on the Luverne Cardinals in Jackson Friday.

JCC 14 17 0 3 — 34

PA 0 0 0 6 — 6

Nicollet 18, W-WG 6

NICOLLET—Nicollet won 18-6 over Westbrook-Walnut Grove in Nicollet, to hand the Chargers their first loss of the season.

Junior Tristian Joel scored the W-WG’s lone score in the game. In the first quarter, Joel scored on a six yard run.

Shane Buchman was 12-for-20 passing for the Chargers, and totaled 186 yards. Matt Ottto and Joel each had 14 carries with an identical 50 yards each. Sean McCroskey and Anthony Cook each had big receiving games for the Chargers, McCroskey totaling 57 yards on four reception, and Cook had one reception for 76 yards.

Defensively for W-WG, Buchman led the team in tackes, finishing with eight, and also tacking on an interception. Junior Logan Weis had seven tackles and a sack, followed by Levi Bunting, who totaled six tackles, and also had two sacks. Tyson Berg also had an interception for the Chargers.

W-WG is now 2-1 overall and hosts Edgerton-Ellsworth on Friday.

Nicollet 6 6 6 0 — 18

W-WG 6 0 0 0 — 6

MLA 54, H-BC 0

HILLS — Mountain Lake Area, coming off a bizarre 91-7 victory over Renville County West last week, maintained their dominance this week against a Hills-Beaver Creek team dinged up by injury.

The Patriots, who are missing four two-way starters, could not score against the Wolverines, who outscored the home team 27-0 in the first quarter and never looked back. The Patriots totaled just 115 yards of offense in the game.

Meanwhile, Mountain Lake Area amassed a total of 426 yards rushing on 48 carries. Senior running back Andrew Hempeck scored three times himself in the first quarter.

Twice, the Wolverines broke off long touchdown runs covering 43 yards and 68 yards — the latter score turned in by senior quarterback Carter Kirk.

Zach Scholten completed six of 15 passes for 46 yards for Hills-Beaver Creek and teammate Braden Ellingson caught three of them for 36 yards.

MLA 27 15 6 6 — 54

H-BC 0 0 0 0 — 0

BE 34, Windom 0

WINDOM — Offense was in short supply for host Windom Area in a 34-0 loss to Blue Earth Area.

The Bucs scored in every quarter and took advantage of numerous Eagles mistakes. Windom Area surrendered four sacks for 37 yards and turned the ball over four times. Three of the turnovers were turned into points, including a fumble recovered for a touchdown.

Riley Espenson led the Eagles with 32 yards rushing on 12 attempts. Zach Bartosh completed six of 20 passes for 26 yards.

BE 7 13 7 7 — 34

Windom 0 0 0 0 — 0

D-B 62, MCC 12

DAWSON — Dawson-Boyd rolled through Murray County Central, giving the Rebels (1-2) their second straight loss of the season. MCC opened the 2013 campaign with a 19-14 triumph over Lac qui Parle Valley.

Statistics were unavailable Friday night.

Murray County Central struggled with turnovers, and the passing game was not sharp.

The Rebels hope to have better luck Friday with its homecoming game against Russell-Tyler-Ruthton.

E/E 62, RCW 13

ELLSWORTH —Scoring eight touchdowns in the first half and rushing for 487 yards —on 51 carries —in the game, the Edgerton/Ellsworth Flying Dutchmen improved to 3-0 with a 62-13 victory over Renville County West.

Jorge Lopez scored four touchdowns, including a 23-yard pass interception return, as he churned out 110 yards rushing on eight carries.

Tyler Kurrasch (10 rushes, 109 yards) and Nate Paulsen (seven carries, 101 yards) gave E/E a trio of 100-yard rushers for the second game in a row.

Ashton Roskamp (five carries, 34 yards) scored two touchdowns and crossed the goal line twice on two-point conversion runs.

Paulsen and Trevor Van Dyke (eight carries, 32 yards) each had TD runs for the Dutchmen, who converted seven times after scoring touchdowns.

Van Dyke ran for a pair of two-pointers, Lopez ran for one and Paulsen (seven-of-12 passing for 75 yards) connected with Mitch Leuthold and Madison Lewis for two-point conversion passes.

Defensively, the Dutchmen held the Jaguars (0-3) to a mere 28 yards of rushing on 15 carries.

RCW did, however, complete 20 of 48 passes for 192 yards.

Lopez, Paulsen and Mason Sluis each intercepted a pass for E/E and Andy Menning had eight tackles, including a pair of sacks.

The Dutchmen play at Westbrook-Walnut Grove Friday.

RCW 0 0 0 13 — 13

E/E 30 32 0 0 — 62

Sheldon 68, Unity Christian 23

SHELDON, Iowa —In an offensive slugfest at Orab Field, Sheldon scored 10 touchdowns and Trevor Mayer was good on eight-of-nine extra point kicks, as the Orabs rolled to a 68-23 win over Unity Christian of Orange City.

Hunter McDonald had a huge night for Sheldon, scoring four rushing touchdowns (15, eight, 17, 30), catching a 15-yard TD pass (from Matt Buenger) and tossing a 61-yard scoring strike to Garrett Lang.

In addition to being part of six touchdowns, McDonald —a 6-0, 200-pound senior —rushed for 136 of Sheldon’s 329 total yards on the ground.

Buenger gained 102 of those rushing yards, including a 56-yard TD run. He also returned a punt 74 yards for an Orab touchdown.

Logan Otis (two yards) and Tanner Whitsell (four yards) also scored rushing TDs for Sheldon, which had 446 yards of total offense (117 passing).

On top of that, the Orabs racked up 235 yards on returns —127 by punt and 108 on kicks.

Darin Greenfield played an outstanding game on defense for Sheldon with eight solo tackles —including one for a loss —along with four assists. He also forced a fumble and recovered a fumble.

The Knights had a total of 259 yards of offense (154 passing, 105 rushing), highlighted by a pair of 75-yard scoring plays.

Sheldon (2-1) travels to Cherokee for its next game Friday.

Unity C 13 3 7 0 — 23

Sheldon 20 21 23 14 — 68