District 9-Southeast football results for Friday, Sept. 16, 2022

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Spring Grove 56, Mabel-Canton 14

SPRING GROVE — Spring Grove stayed unbeaten (3-0) and did it in resounding style, blasting Mabel-Canton 56-14.

The Lions cashed in on a bunch of big plays. Jackson Strinmoen caught a 62 yard pass for a TD from quarterback Eli Solum and a 49-yard from running back Caleb Griffin. Tyson Grinde ran back a kick 74 yards for a touchdown and also had a 60-yard catch.

Solum finished 6-for-15 for 235 yards, with two TD passes. He also rushed for 85 yards on 28 carries.

Mabel-Canton (2-1) was led by quarterback Isaac Underbakke, as he was 8-for-17 passing for 125 yards. Tyler Larson rushed for 55 yards on 15 carries and Robert Michels for 54 on eight carries.

Spring Grove 56, Mabel-Canton 14
Mabel-Canton 0-14-0-0 – 14
Spring Grove 21-13-14-8 – 56


Grand Meadow 34, Houston 14

HOUSTON — Grand Meadow (2-1) scored 20 unanswered after halftime, utilizing a pair of Corbin Ludemann touchdown runs to slip past the Hurricanes.

Ludemann finished with three touchdown runs of 36-, 11- and 23-yards, while recording 173 yards on 28 carries. Isaac Harmening had 89 yards on six carries, including a 70-yard rushing touchdown late in the fourth.

Morgan Rohweder was 14-for-19 with 187 yards and a touchdown for Houston (0-3).

Grand Meadow 34, Houston 14

Goodhue 6-8-6-14 — 34

Houston 8-6-0-0 — 14

Kingsland 48, Southland 7

SPRING VALLEY — Beau Wiersma is just a junior, but he should get used to college scouts knocking at his door.

The standout running back at Kingsland High School, Wiersma reached a new level on Friday in the Knights' 48-7 victory against district rival Southland.


Wiersma, a 5-foot-10, 185-pounder, carried the ball just 15 times in the win. But he turned those carries into a whopping 339 yards — a 22.6 yards-per-carry average — and two touchdowns.

Wiersma has already had contacts, social-media shout-outs or game-day invitations from some of the top FCS college football programs in the country, including North Dakota State and South Dakota State; as well as Division III programs St. Olaf and Minnesota State Moorhead.

Kingsland finished with an eye-popping 591 yards of total offense on 49 plays. Most of that came on the ground with 526 yards rushing. Kaaleem Reiland also had a big night, finishing with 152 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 10 carries.

Kingsland improved to 2-1 overall. It has won its past two games by a combined score of 84-15 after suffering a narrow 27-24 loss to Renville County West in the season opener.

The Knights play at district rival Mabel-Canton next Friday, Sept. 23, in a matchup of 2-1 teams.

Kingsland 48, Southland 7
Southland 0-7-0-0—7
Kingsland 16-12-20-0—48

Lanesboro 58, LeRoy-Ostrander 26

LEROY — No. 2-ranked Lanesboro kept things rolling with a 58-26 win over LeRoy-Ostrander.

It was a big game for Burros quarterback Mason Howard as he threw for touchdowns of 55 (to Luke Ruen) and 12 yards (to Payton Olson). Howard also had a 15-yard touchdown run just before halftime. That gave the 3-0 Burros a 40-18 lead.


Howard finished with about 100 yards passing.

L-O (1-2) got a 94-yard kickoff return for a touchdown from Tristan Lewison.

Lanesboro 58, LeRoy-Ostrander 26
Lanesboro 20-20-0-18— 58
LeRoy-Ostrander 6-12-8-0 — 26

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