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Friday football roundup: A/E blisters Sleepy Eye; T-M-B stuns MCC

Rilee Heidebrink ran for two touchdowns and totaled 136 yards on the ground to give the Adrian/Ellsworth Dragons a victory over the Sleepy Eye Indians.

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Adrian/Ellsworth 35, Sleepy Eye 8

ADRIAN -- Rilee Heidebrink ran for two touchdowns and totaled 136 yards on the ground to give the Adrian/Ellsworth Dragons a victory over the Sleepy Eye Indians. Breyer Hieronimus threw a 7-yard pass to Reese Carlson and ran two touchdowns and totaled 62 rushing yards.

Sleepy Eye’s Arian Saenz ran a one yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Seanz ended the night with 68-yards rushing. Caden Evers finished with 58 passing yards. Austin Uecker ended with 30 receiving yards and Winsten Nienhaus had 17-yards on the ground. Mason Myers had 30-yards rushing.

A/E finished with 280 rushing and 62 passing yards.

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Sleepy Eye ended with 96 rushing and 58 passing yards.

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Sleepy Eye 0 0 0 8 -- 8

A/E 7 20 8 0 -- 35

T-M-B 25, MCC 8

SLAYTON — Tracy-Milroy-Balaton spotted Murray County Central an 8-0 lead, then scored the next 25 points to give the Rebels their first loss of the season.

Trevor Smith passed for two touchdowns and Caden Anderson ran for two for the Panthers. Carter Benda scored on a 23-yard run for MCC and teammate Abe Paulzone passed to Benda for the 2-point conversion.

T-M-B totaled 416 yards of offense, with 252 coming with the pass and 164 coming via the rush. MCC had 162 yards of offense, broken down by 134 passing and just 23 rushing.

T-M-B 12 7 0 6 — 25

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MCC 8 0 0 0 — 8

H-BC 42, HL-O/F 14

HERON LAKE -- Hills-Beaver Creek ran up a 34-0 lead on host Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda, accumulating 245 yards rushing in the game. Justin Roelfs ran seven times for 99 yards and quarterback Sawyer Bosch completed 10 of 15 passes for 147 yards.

Bosch opened the scoring with an 18-yard pass to Brock Harnack, then tossed a 28-yard scoring strike to Roelfs.

Roelfs tacked on TD carries of 67 yards and seven yards, and Bosch scored on a 1-yard run before Jamin Metzger carried another one in from 57 yards out.

Dylan Smith and Aiden Lorenzen both scored on 3-yard carries for HL-O/F.

Hills-Beaver Creek (3-0) totaled 395 yards of offense compared to the Coyotes’ 267. Lorenzen had 12 tackles and Owen Olsem had eight for HL-O/F.

On defense, Roelfs intercepted two passes.

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H-BC 14 6 14 8 -- 42

HL-O/F 0 0 0 14 -- 14

JCC 34, Blue Earth 26

JACKSON -- Jackson County Central scored the final 28 points of the game to post a dramatic victory over Blue Earth.

Quarterback Roman Voss threw a 65-yard touchdown pass to Gabriel Wolff with about four minutes left to cap the huge Huskie rally. Seth Stai tacked on the two-point conversion as JCC, which trailed 26-6 at one point, secured the dramatic triumph.

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