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Football: Tiesler shines for HL-O/F, MCC stays unbeaten

Friday night high school football:

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Friday night high school football :

HL-O/F 52, W-WG 14

FULDA -- Jaxson Tiesler had 13 carries for 178 yards with two touchdowns as Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda defeated Westbrook-Walnut Grove 52-14. Tiesler also had two catches for 24 yards, and he also had a sack on defense.

Brayden Peil ran for 121 yards on 14 carries and scored three touchdowns with an interception on defense. Peil also had 13 tackles.

Dominic White had two interceptions defensively. He also ran back an 80-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Teammate Payton Leopold had two sacks.

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The triumph was the Coyotes’ second in a row and it pushed them to 3-4 on the season. W-WG fell to 3-4 with the loss.

W-WG 0 6 0 8 -- 14

HL-O/F 6 30 8 8 -- 52

MCC 30, MVL 6

NEW ULM — Junior halfback Carter Benda ran for 169 yards and four touchdowns as unbeaten Murray County Central defeated Minnesota Valley Lutheran 30-6 in New Ulm.

Junior quarterback Abe Paulzine rushed for 110 yards, scored a 2-point conversion and completed a pass for another as the Rebels improved to 7-0 overall.

Murray County Central, coached by Patrick Freeman, is ranked No. 1 among Class A Minnesota teams by the Associated Press.

Benda scored on runs of 12, 12, 11 and 69 yards. He is the grandson of Chuck Benda, a former Jackson High star who is a former head coach of the Slayton High Wildcats.

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Minnesota Valley Lutheran falls to 3-4.

Murray County Central 8 8 8 6 — 30

Minnesota Valley Lutheran 6 0 0 0 — 6

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