Friday prep football roundup: Luverne shuts down BEA

Friday high school sports roundup: FOOTBALL Luverne 27, Blue Earth Area 0 BLUE EARTH -- Luverne, fueled by it's 220 rushing yards, and earned a shutout victory against Blue Earth Area. Senior Ben Serie was the leading rusher for the Cardinals. Se...

Friday high school sports roundup:

FOOTBALL Luverne 27, Blue Earth Area 0 BLUE EARTH -- Luverne, fueled by it’s 220 rushing yards, and earned a shutout victory against Blue Earth Area.

Senior Ben Serie was the leading rusher for the Cardinals. Serie had 74 yards on 17 attempts, with all four of the game’s touchdowns. Brayden Jacobsma had 63 yards on nine carries for LHS, and Mark Sterrett had 53 yards on 13 carries.

Jacobsma had two interceptions for the Cardinals.

Dominic Whitlow had 12.5 tackles for the Buccaneers. Zac Murphy had five tackles, and two tackles for a loss. Koby Nagel was the leading rusher for BEA gaining 50 yards on six attempts.


Luverne held BEA to just 148 yards of offense, and stifled the Buccaneers offense on third and fourth down allowing zero conversions. The Cardinals ran 60 plays on offense, 51 of which were rushing.

The Cardinals forced three turnovers, while the Buccaneers had zero. The Cardinals dominated time of possession 29:54 in contrast to the Buccaneers time of 18:03.

LHS -- 7 13 7 0 -- 27

BEA --  0 0 0 0 -- 0

H-BC 52, Edgerton/Ellsworth 6 EDGERTON -- Visiting Hills-Beaver Creek displayed all its offensive weaponry in a dominating performance against Edgerton/Ellsworth.

Gavin Wysong had a big night with nine rushing attempts for 71 yards and two scores (11 and 8 yards) while hitting five of six passes for 160 yards and three touchdowns (34, 37 and 59 yards). Teammate Jax Wysong caught three passes for 87 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 13 times for 127 yards and another score.

Tyson Bork also scored on a 24-yard run.

Edgerton/Ellsworth’s only score came in the fourth quarter on an 8-yard run by Nolan Buckridge. He carried eight times for 35 yards for the game.


H-BC gained 225 yards rushing and 160 passing altogether, compared to E/E’s 145 yards rushing and 27 yards passing.

Garrett Raymon led the Patriots with 11 tackles and Bailey Susie had 10.

Hills-Beaver Creek 16 23 13 0 -- 52

Edgerton/Ellsworth 0 0 0 6 -- 6

RTR 45, HLO/F 24 FULDA -- Cooper Hansen had five passing touchdowns for Russell-Tyler-Ruthton to keep the game out of Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda’s reach.

Hansen had a total of seven touchdowns on the night for the Knights; five passing and two rushing. Carter Hansen caught two of his brother’s touchdown passes.

Matt Madsen had 106 total yards for the Coyotes. Madsen had 71 receiving yards on two catches, and one rushing touchdown. Eli Fest had two rushing touchdowns for HLO/F, and Eli Becker had one rushing touchdown.

Fest and Becker each had an interception on defense for HLO/F, and Andrew Madsen led the team in tackles with 10.


The Knights had 449 total yards of offense compared to the Coyotes 235 total yards.

HLO/F -- 6 6 6 6 -- 24

RTR --  14 21 7 3 -- 45

MCC 20, Adrian 10 ADRIAN -- A key fake punt in the third quarter helped a trailing Murray County Central pull ahead of Adrian to earn the victory.

Mason Woldt scored the game’s first touchdown on a three-yard run for the Rebels before the Dragons answered as Brandon Schnoor scored from four yards out.

A 35 yard Dominic Canales field goal gave Adrian a 10-7 lead in the third quarter, but MCC scored the final 13 points.

Dylan Johnson scored on a 33-yard run and Woldt threw a 31-yard strike to Justin Benda, who had three receptions for 65 yards.

Woldt finished with 10 carries for 91 yards and threw for 68 yards. Noah Boerboom -- who threw the 26-yard fake punt to Benda -- had 15 carries for 57 yards.

Schnoor carried the ball 22 times for 84 yards, while Dakota John had 15 carries for 59 yards. Marshall Wagner competed three passes for 44 yards for AHS.

MCC 7 0 7 6 -- 20

Adrian 0 7 3 0 -- 10

W-WG 26, RCW 24 WESTBROOK -- Andrew Quade had 250 yards rushing and four touchdowns to lead Westbrook-Walnut Grove to a win over Renville County West.

Quade had 35 carries in the game. He also ran in a two-point. His touchdowns came from 2, 35, 42 and 3 yards out.

Nathan Ross had 15 carries for 53 yards, while Jace Paplow had 10 carries for 54 yards.

Ross completed 7 of 13 passes for 68 yards, while Quade catching five for 40 yards.

Paplow led the defensive effort with 13 tackles, while Ethan Mischke made 10 stops. Gabe Krick had six tackles and an interception for W-WG, which improves to 4-2 this season.

W-WG 14 0 0 12 -- 26

RCW 12 6 0 6 -- 24

H-WC 28, Sibley-Ocheyedan 0 HULL, Iowa -- Sibley-Ocheyedan was shut out by Hull-Western Christian.

The Generals struggled on offense, but Beau Jenness completed seven of 15 passes for 65 yards and teammate Jagger Johnson completed four of eight for 35 yards.

S-O’s Dylan Platt gained 28 yards rushing on 10 attempts.

Sibley-Ocheyedan 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Western Christian 7 0 14 7 -- 28

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