Clark/Willow Lake 20, Aberdeen Roncalli 19
CLARK — The Clark/Willow Lake Cyclones handed the Aberdeen Roncalli Cavaliers just their second loss of the season Friday in Clark with a late 4th quarter touchdown to seal a 20-19 victory.
The Cyclones move to 4-3 behind three touchdowns from quarterback Trey Huber, who had 79 yards and a score through the air and ran for 48 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Mitchell Larson ran for 116 yards on 12 carries for the Cyclones along with catching a touchdown pass. Cole Brenden toted the rock 17 times for 107 yards.
The Cavs fall to 5-2 despite a big connection between quarterback Jackson Isakson and receiver Ben Rohl. Isakson was 5-15 for 156 yards and two TDs on the night, with most of his completions going to Rohl, who had four catches for 142 yards and a pair of scores.
Clark/Willow Lake closes out the season Friday against Deuel in Willow Lake.
Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 40, Rapid City Christian 0
RAPID CITY — The Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central Blackhawks made a long road trip Friday afternoon, but a good one, as they brought back a 40-0 win over the Rapid City Christian Comets.
The Blackhawks rolled up 378 yards in offense in the game - 211 through the air on an 8/15 effort by Blake Hanson, and adding 167 on the ground, led by Clay Olinger’s 18 carries for 133 yards.
Olinger opened the scoring early in the first quarter on a 37-yard run and also had the final W/WS/SC score, on a 17-yard run in the fourth quarter. In between Olinger’s scores. Blake Larson threw for thre scores - one to Mason Schelske of 40 yards, one to Brady Larson that covered 65 yards, and another to Schelske of 63-yards, as the Blackhawks use the big play to their advantage. Blake Larson also scored on a two-yard run.
W/WS/SC held the Comets to 164 yards in offense in the game, as RCC quarterbacks Sam Fischer and Simon Kieffer were a combined 18-40 for 122 yards and three interceptions. RCC had 42 yards on the ground in the game.
Defensively, Noah Wormstadt had 10 solo tackles, as did Brady Larson. Blake Larson had a pair of interceptions and Quinten Christensen had one.
The Blackhawks, now 6-2, close the regular season Friday at Mount Vernon.