Hungerholt, L-O make it look easy

LeROY — Sophomore quarterback Trey Hungerholt had a hand in five touchdowns as LeRoy-Ostrander defeated Lyle/Pacelli 53-8 in Nine-Man South District, East Subdistrict play on Friday.

Hungerholt was 10-for-15 passing for 170 yards and three touchdowns. He also had 13 carries for 150 yards and two TDs. He scored on runs of 45 and 12 yards.

Carter Johnson had 10 carries for 105 yards and three TDs for the host Cardinals. He scored on runs of 1, 80 and 3 yards. Sean Lohuis had 11 carries for 54 yards. He added a 23-yard TD reception.

Jackson Hockens had six carries for 30 yards and had two catches for 21 yards and a touchdown for L-O. Trevor Kelly caught a 45-yard TD pass and finished with three catches for 61 yards. Zach Hanson had two catches for 50 yards.

L-O (2-3) had 350 yards rushing and 170 passing for 520 total yards.


Lester Brady threw a TD pass to Jake Muhlbauer from 10 yards out for L/P (0-5).

LeRoy-Ostrander 53, Lyle/Pacelli 8



No. 1 Grand Meadow

overpowers West Lutheran

GRAND MEADOW — Grand Meadow scored 10 touchdowns, by seven different players, to roll past West Lutheran 80-34.

Grand Meadow, top-ranked Nine-Man team in the state, led 35-8 after one quarter and 65-28 at the half.


Christophor Bain rushed for 217 yards on just nine carries and had three touchdowns, on runs of 10, 30 and 49 yards.

Zach Myhre scored on a 50-yard run on the first play of the game for Grand Meadow. He finished with 130 yards on just eight carries.

The Superlarks (5-0) rushed for 530 yards and had 604 total yards. Josh Graves added a pair of short TD runs and Wes Ojulu had a 46-yard TD run on his only carry.

West Lutheran (0-5) had 316 yards, 311 through the air and did much of its damage against the Grand Meadow reserves. Ben Beise was 13-for-35 passing for 311yards with four touchdowns and an interception. Tony Kokknen caught five passes for 185 yards and two TDs.

Grand Meadow 80, West Luth. 34

West Lutheran#8#20#0#6#—#34

Grand Meadow#35#30#7#8#—#80

Folz scores six TDs as Spring Grove rolls


RANDOLPH — Quarterback Alex Folz was a one-man wrecking crew on Friday, passing for two touchdowns, rushing for three more and returning a kick for a score as Spring Grove cruised to a 66-21 win over Randolph.

Folz completed 11 of 21 passes for 214 yards, with Chase Grinde as his favorite target. Grinde had six catches for 116 yards and a touchdown and also had two rushes for 42 yards and a TD.

Randolph's Andrew Wenstrom completed 20 of 30 passes for 211 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. His target of choice was Grante Otte, who hauled in eight catches for 134 yards and two touchdowns.

Spring Grove (5-0) is at Mabel-Canton next week, while Randolph (1-4) is at Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons.

Spring Grove 66, Randolph 21

Spring Grove#23#28#8#7#—#66


M-C, Whalen rush


past Houston 36-28

HOUSTON — Weston Whalen rushed for four touchdowns as Mabel-Canton outscored Houston 36-28.

Whalen scored on runs of 21, 17, 14 and 52 yards to spark the Cougars. His 52-yard run with just 1:24 left came with M-C leading 30-28 and sealed the win. Whalen finished with 198 yards on 27 carries.

Brenden Kerns added 112 yards rushing on 27 carries for M-C and Talon Peterson added a 95-yard kickoff return. The Cougars finished with 357 total yards, 340 rushing.

Houston's passing game struggled as the Hurricanes were just 4-for-20 through the air for 69 yards and two interceptions. Zach Schneider rushed for 129 yards and a TD, Harry Chiglo had 57 yards and Joey Fishel added 40 yards and a TD. Wesley Johnson had two short scoring runs.

Houston had 400 yards of offense, 331 rushing and 69 passing.

Mabel-Canton 36, Houston 28




Burros can't hang with A-C/G-E

LANESBORO — Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons got 170 yards passing from Eric Van Ryswyk as it beat Lanesboro 42-24.

Van Ryswyk threw four touchdown passes. Carter Dahlum had four catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns. He also had a kick return for a touchdown of 85 yards.

Collin Scott rushed for 155 yards for Lanesboro and Brett Wangen had 127 yards on the ground.

Lanesboro lost five fumbles and was intercepted once.

Alden-Conger/G-E 42, Lanesboro 24




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