Friday football: JCC downs Luverne; MCC rolls

Scoring in every quarter, the Jackson County Central Huskies shut out Big South Conference rival Luverne in a high school football game Friday night.

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JCC 24, Luverne 0

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LUVERNE -- Scoring in every quarter, the Jackson County Central Huskies shut out Big South Conference rival Luverne in a high school football game Friday night.

The first score came on a 20-yard interception return by Branan Runge. The second came on a 2-yard touchdown run by Roman Voss after Travis Rogotzke broke up a Luverne pass in the end zone. In the third quarter, Gabriel Wolff found paydirt on a 7-yard TD run which finished off an 11-play, 95-yard drive.

In the fourth quarter Aiven Farmer recovered his second fumble of the game to set up a 6-yard Wolff scoring carry.


Wolff finished with 102 rushing yards while Voss ran for 55 yards and completed passes for 79.

JCC compiled 291 yards of offense for the game while Luverne had 97. Gavin DeBeer led the Cardinals’ rushing attack with 57 yards on five carries.

JCC 7 7 7 3 -- 24

Luverne 0 0 0 0 -- 0

MCC 44, Wabasso 20

WABASSO -- Carter Benda ran for three touchdowns and 135 yards to give the Murray County Central Rebels a victory over Wabasso Rabbits. Abe Paulzine threw two touchdown passes and ran for a touchdown.

For the game, Paulzine passed for 95 passing yards. Christian Tentinger caught a touchdown pass for 13 yards. Hudson Schyvers caught a 16-yard pass for a touchdown.

Wabasso’s Ayden Tietz had 51 rushing yards, ran a punt 31 yards for a touchdown and ran for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter.


Wabasso 0 0 6 14 -- 20

MCC 23 21 0 0-- 44

Adrian/Ellsworth 12, T-M-B 7

TRACY -- The Adrian/Ellsworth Dragons outscored Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 9-0 in the second half to win by five.

A/E scored in the first quarter on a 22-yard field goal by Peda Zeba. T-M-B answered before halftime with a 3-yard touchdown run by Trevor Smith.

Then in the second half, the Dragons got a 1-yard Rilee Heidebrink touchdown run in the third quarter and a 27-yard field goal by Zeba.

Adrian/Ellsworth had 278 yards of offense compared to T-M-B’s 230. The visitors also ran 64 plays to T-M-B’s 43.

Heidebrink finished with 36 carries for 151 yards. Teammate Jaren Winselman had 15 tackles.


Adrian/Ellsworth 3 0 6 3 -- 12

T-M-B 0 7 0 0 -- 7

H-BC 36, Madelia 6

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HILLS -- Hills-Beaver Creek’s Sawyer Bosch had a one yard touchdown run and a 50-yard touchdown pass to Brock Harnack in a win over Madelia. Bosch was 4-for-5 for 121 yards passing. Justin Roelfs had a 12-yard and 1-yard touchdown run. Beau Bakken had a touchdown run.

H-BC had 163 rushing and 121 passing yards.

Madelia’s defense had a 20-yard fumble return for a touchdown. Madelia had 26 passing and 100 rushing yards.

Madelia 6 0 0 0 -- 6

H-BC 8 14 8 6 -- 36

Grand Meadow 36, HL-O/F 6

FULDA -- Grand Meadow led Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda 28-0 at the half and held on for a 30-point victory.

Cael Gilbert and Corbin Ludemann both had a hand in the first three Grand Meadow touchdowns. Gilbert passed 62 yards to Ludemann for one score and ran for TDs of two and nine yards. Ludemann also scored on a 16-yard run and a 7-yard run.

HL-O/F got its lone score in the fourth quarter as Brenton Erdmann passed 13 yards to Jacob Bertrand.

Ludemann had 143 rushing yards and 62 receiving yards for GM.

Aiden Lorenzen led HL-O/F runners with 23 yards on eight carries. Erdmann completed five of 11 passes for 93 yards. Gavin Leighty had 10 tackles and Wyatt Meyeraan had seven tackles and one sack.

Grand Meadow 14 14 0 8 -- 36

HL-O/F 0 0 0 6 -- 6

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