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Friday football roundup: JCC outlasts Pipestone Area

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Friday night high school football roundup:

JCC 12, Pipestone Area 7

JACKSON -- Host Jackson County Central scored twice in the first half and held on to defeat Pipestone Area Friday night in a high school football game that matched two squads that have been state ranked in Minnesota Class AA for most of the season.

Travis Rogotzke scored in the first quarter on a 54-yard pass from quarterback Roman Voss, and in the second stanza Seth Stai found paydirt on a 12-yard run.

Pipestone Area finally scored with 5:11 remaining in the fourth quarter and had a chance to take the lead later. But Aiven Farmer and Bryson Powers combined on a big sack to thwart the comeback bid.

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JCC passed for 116 yards and rushed for 42. Pipestone Area passed for 120 and rushed for 142.

Pipestone Area 0 0 0 7 -- 7

JCC 6 6 0 0 -- 12

Adrian/Ellsworth 48, NUC 0

NEW ULM -- Rilee Heidebrink rushed 20 times for 121 yards, Mechak Ndikubuntu carried seven times for 89 yards, and Quentin Wolf added 64 yards on 12 carries as Adrian/Ellsworth crushed New Ulm Cathedral 48-0.

Heidebrink scored the game’s first two touchdowns on runs of four years. Wolf then scored on a 1-yard carry. Breyer Hieronimus passed to Wolf on a 34-yard TD and then passed to Ndikubuntu on a 7-yard score. Heidebrink and Wolf scored the last two touchdowns on carries of 11 and two yards, respectively.

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Adrian/Ellsworth had 22 first downs to New Um Cathedral’s four and rushed for a total of 292 yards to NUC’s net-one.

The victory upped the Dragons’ record to 4-3.

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Adrian/Ellsworth 7 20 7 0 -- 48

New Ulm Cathedral 0 0 0 0 -- 0

H-BC 22, RRC 0

LAMBERTON -- Two good Red Rock Conference teams clashed in Lamberton, but one team had by far the best of things.

Hills-Beaver Creek blanked Red Rock Central as Sawyer Bosch scored all three of the Patriots’ touchdowns. They were runs of 1, 5 and 2 yards.

As a team, H-BC gained 257 yards total, compared to 99 for RRC. The Pats amassed 164 yards by running the football.

Bosch finished with 71 yards rushing on 22 carries. Bo Bakken added 83 yards on 22 carries.

H-BC 6 16 0 0 -- 22

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RRC 0 0 0 0 -- 0

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