Friday prep football roundup: JCC remains unbeaten

Friday night high school football roundup: JCC 61, MCW 21 SHERBURN -- Jackson County Central remained unbeaten in the 2018 high school football season Friday night with a 40-point pounding of Martin County West. Junior running back Brad Buhl Jr. ...

Friday night high school football roundup:

JCC 61, MCW 21 SHERBURN -- Jackson County Central remained unbeaten in the 2018 high school football season Friday night with a 40-point pounding of Martin County West.

Junior running back Brad Buhl Jr. rushed eight times for 74 yards and scored three of JCC’s touchdowns -- on carries of 1, 10 and 4 yards.

Jack Brinkman caught three passes for 85 yards and two touchdowns -- both from quarterback Rudy Voss, covering 18 and 21 yards.

JCC is 5-0 on the season and will host Redwood Valley next week. Redwood Valley edged Pipestone Area 16-13 in a showdown of two unbeaten teams on Friday.


For the game, the Huskies rushed 44 times for 261 yards and completed 9 of 13 passes for 189 yards. Martin County West (1-4) gained 143 yards rushing and 64 passing.

JCC 26 29 0 6 -- 61MCWest 0 0 7 14 -- 21 Luverne 35, St. James 6 LUVERNE -- Luverne scored 21 first-quarter points, and that was more than enough for a Cardinal victory.

Ben Serie scored twice in the first quarter as the Cardinals led by three scores.

Serie scored the game’s first score on an 11-yard run before Jed Dooyema returned an interception for a touchdown. Serie then passed to Bailey Cowell for a 28-yard score. Shaid Sheer made all three PATs.

Turned out Cowell was just getting started. He scored a 10-yard touchdown in the second quarter and added a 14-yard score in the third quarter. Sheer converted both PATs.

Cowell ran 12 times for 100 yards and added 54 yards receiving, while Mark Sterrett rushed 11 times for 36 yards.

The Cardinal defense allowed 113 yards of total offense.

St. James 0 6 0 0 -- 6Luverne 21 7 7 0 -- 35 W-WG 36, E/E 6 EDGERTON -- Nathan Ross ran for a touchdown and threw for two more to lead Westbrook-Walnut Grove to a victory over Edgerton/Ellsworth.


After a scoreless first quarter, Ross scored on a three-yard run. Andrew Quade ran in the two-point conversion. Ross then threw a 60-yard touchdown to Quade as W-WG led 14-6 at halftime.
However, three third-quarter touchdowns put the game away for the Chargers. Jace Paplow had a 53-yard touchdown run before Gabe Krick returned a fumble 70 yards for a touchdown. Ross tossed the two-point to Quade.

Ross then threw a 63-yard touchdown to Krick for the game’s final touchdown. Ross threw the two-point to Quade.

Ross completed seven of 13 passes for 172 yards. Quade hauled in five receptions for 101 yards. Paplow finished with seven rushes for 87 yards. Defensively, Paplow had 14 tackles. Ross made 17 stops, while Krick had 10 tackles and a sack.

E/E -- which finished with 246 yards rushing and 19 yards passing -- scored in the second quarter as Brayden Kuiper scored from a yard out.

W-WG (3-2) hosts Renville County West on Friday.

W-WG 0 14 22 0 -- 36E/E 0 6 0 0 -- 6 H-BC 62, HL-O/F 8 HILLS -- There wasn’t much that could slow down running back Tyson Bork.

The Hills-Beaver Creek sophomore averaged more than 20 yards per carry to lead the Patriots to a victory over Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda.

Bork scored four times and finished with 13 carries for 281 yards. He had touchdown runs of 43 yards, 44 yards, 15 yards and 62 yards. Gavin Wysong added 17 carries for 199 yards and three scores. His touchdowns came from two yards, 10 yards and 11 yards. Jax Wysong finished with 10 rushes for 71 yards and a six-yard touchdown.


The Patriots finished with 46 rushes for 561 yards.

Defensively, Jax Wysong, Zander Wysong and Tory Knobloch each had a quarterback sack. Casey Kueter recovered a fumble, while Chase Bosch, Bailey Susie and Garrett Raymon each had nine tackles.

The Coyotes’ lone touchdown came in the first quarter as Eli Fest threw a 45-yard touchdown to Brandon Hinkelday. Tyler Madison ran in the two-point conversion.

Fest was 9-for-16 passing for 197 yards. Hinkelday caught three passes for 57 yards, while Madison had three receptions for 34 yards.

HL-O/F hosts Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Friday, while H-BC (4-1) is at Edgerton/Ellsworth.

HL-O/F 8 0 0 0 -- 8H-BC 16 24 22 0 -- 62 NUC 43, Adrian 7 NEW ULM -- New Ulm Cathedral ran all over Adrian, led by senior running back Zach Helget’s 323 yards on 14 carries.

Cathedral finished with 443 total yards rushing to go along with 20 by air. Adrian gained 148 yards rushing and had 14 yards passing.

Dakota John scored the Dragons’ only touchdown, with an 11-yard run in the second quarter.

Brandon Schnoor had 23 carries for 34 yards for AHS. Preston Nelson led the defense with nine tackles.

Adrian 0 7 0 0 -- 7NU Cathedral 14 8 14 7 -- 43 BEA 35, Windom Area 8St. JAMES -- It’s been a tough football season for the Windom Area Eagles, who can’t play real home games in 2018 because Island Park is being stripped and put together again. On Friday, the Eagles had one of their “home games,” but it was actually played in St. James. And again, they wound up on the losing end. Blue Earth Area dropped WAHS to 0-5.

Mikal Anderson scored Windom’s only touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 25-yard pass from Kade Sammons.

Sammons finished with 138 yards passing. Jabari Carlton caught six passes for 68 yards and also played well defensively from his linebacker position.

BEA 14 13 8 0 -- 35Windom Area 0 0 0 8 -- 8 Emmetsburg 55, Sibley-Ocheyedan 0 SIBLEY, Iowa -- Nicholas Schany scored five touchdowns to lead Emmetsburg to a convincing win over Sibley-Ocheyedan.

The E-Hawks tallied 438 yards rushing, while the Generals managed just 50 yards of total offense.

Schany finished with 17 carries for 149 yards, while Corbin Saathoff charted 14 attempts for 107 yards. A total of 10 different Emmetsburg players had a carry in the game. Offensively, Schany had a three-yard touchdown run, an eight-yard touchdown run, a six-yard score and a nine-yard run. He also returned a 30-yard interception for a touchdown.

Emmetsburg 28 14 0 13 -- 55Sibley-Ocheyedan 0 0 0 0 -- 0

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