Football: Kenyon-Wanamingo throws for five TDs
KENYON — Kenyon-Wanamingo won its fifth straight game, hammering United South Central 47-15 in Mid Southeast District, West Subdistrict football Friday night.
The Knights scored five touchdowns through the air, but yardage-wise had a nicely balanced offense, with 190 yards rushing (111 by Calvin Steberg) and 166 yards passing (Jack Beulke was 10-for-14 for 111 yards and four touchdowns).
Steberg ran for a touchdown and threw a 55-yard pass for another. Bradley Kish also ran for a TD.
Gavin Roosen had six catches for 129 yards and three touchdowns. Matthew Houglum made two catches, both for touchdowns.
USC rushed for 80 yards and passed for 70.
K-W 47, United South Central 15
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Peterson, Romeo lead Blooming Prairie
BLOOMING PRAIRIE — Blooming Prairie totaled 550 yards of offense and the Blossoms blew past Medford 53-29.
Sophomore quarterback Seth Peterson completed 12 of 22 passes for 248 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran 26 yards for a touchdown.
Max Romeo was everywhere for the Blossoms offense, with 132 yards rushing and a touchdown, and 115 yards receiving and a touchdown.
Blooming Prairie moved to 5-0 in the subdistrict and 5-1 overall. Medford is 1-4, 1-5.
Medford quarterback Javis VonRuden threw for 398 yards, but Blooming Prairie picked him off three times.
Blooming Prairie 53, Medford 29