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Thursday night football: Schnoor, Adrian blister R-T-R

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Thursday night high school football roundup:

Adrian 42, R-T-R 13

TYLER -- A big night by senior running back Brandon Schnoor helped Adrian run past host Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Thursday night in high school football.

Schnoor scored three touchdowns on carries of 4, 71 and 15 yards and finished with 264 yards on 23 totes.

The Dragons trailed R-T-R 7-6 at the half but outscored the Knights 30-0 in the third quarter to take control.

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For the game, Adrian rushed 51 times for 401 yards. R-T-R rushed 19 times for 52 yards and completed 10 of 20 passes for 137. Adrian had no passing yards.

Ian Stamer carried five times for 46 yards and a touchdown for AHS and teammate Isaac Bullerman rushed three times for 22 yards and a TD. Marshall Wagner ran eight times for 28 yards.

Stamer returned an interception for a touchdown on defense. Teammates Brady Vortherms and Preston Nelson also picked off passes. Nelson made nine tackles.

Adrian 0 6 30 6 -- 42

R-T-R 7 0 0 6 -- 13

MCC 36, YME 14

SLAYTON -- Quarterback Blake Schmitz scored three rushing touchdowns for Murray County Central as it cruised to a 36-14 victory over Yellow Medicine East.

The Rebels had 179 rushing yards and 134 passing yards for a team total of 313 yards of offense.

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Dylan Johnson led MCC in rushing with 120 yards on 13 carries and Aaron Johnson had 46 yards on 10 carries and two touchdowns. The Rebels offense showed no early season rust in moving the ball as all scoring plays came within the red zone.

Freshman quarterback Cody Dahlager scored a rushing touchdown in the first quarter for YME. It was all Rebels from there on, until Jaiden Jimenez scored on a one-yard keeper in the fourth.

Kevin Garcia led MCC in tackles with 12 total, and Dawson Tutt had the lone interception in the game.

YME 8 0 0 6 -- 14

MCC 16 7 0 13 -- 36

H-BC 58, HL-O/F 22

FULDA -- Gavin Wysong got his season off to a good start Thursday night.

The junior quarterback accounted for five touchdowns to lead Hills-Beaver Creek past Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda.

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Wyson had touchdown runs of six, six and 41 yards. He also had two passing touchdowns. Jax Wysong was on the receiving end of a 10-yard pass and Tyson Bork caught a 56-yard strike.

Bork also added three rushing touchdowns. He had scoring runs of four, five and 83 yards.

In the game, Gavin Wysong carried 14 times for 154 yards and completed four of nine passes for 97 yards. He also had 12 tackles defensively.

Bork carried 11 times for 179 yards.

Jax Wysong and Zander Wysong each had one and a half quarterback sacks, while Chase Bosch also had a sack.

For the Coyotes, Matt Madsen had an 80-yard kickoff return for a score and Eli Fest threw two touchdowns. He connected with Tyler Madison on both occasions, once for 60 yards and the other for eight yards.

Fest completed 15 of 26 passes for 212 yards, while Madison hauled in 11 receptions for 160 yards.

Defensively, Zach Thier led with seven tackles.

The Patriots host Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Truman Friday, while HL-O/F is at Renville County West.

H-BC 14 24 13 7 -- 58

HL-O/F 8 8 0 6 -- 22

JCC 46, NRHEG 0

JACKSON -- Host Jackson County Central rolled past New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva.

The Huskies had 446 yards of offense and had the game well in hand by halftime, leading 38-0. JCC converted five of 10 third downs and quarterback Rudy Voss connected on 11 of 15 passes for 127 yards and a touchdown.

NRHEG was held to 114 yards of offense.

NRHEG 0 0 0 0 -- 0

JCC 24 38 44 -- 46

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