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Another weekend of Hi-Line football is in the books, and yet again, the wins and looses came by way of big deficits.

The Northern C Chinook Sugarbeeters came close to pitching their second straight shutout on Friday. But still earning a huge win and playing in Chinook, the Beeters defeated the league leading and previously undefeated (5-0) Power-Dutton-Brady Titans 54-6.

With the upset win the Beeters improved their league record to 4-1.

The Titans only score came in the first quarter when Aable was able to punch in a four yard run for a score.

But the Titans first quarter score couldn't compete with the Beeters surging offense on Friday.

Tyler Molyneaux led the Beeters with five rushing touchdowns. He scored two in the first quarter from three and one yards out, and three in the second quarter from six, 25 and eight yards out.

Chris Haider and Ben Stroh also had one receiving touchdown apiece for the Beeters, while Zach Molyneaux had one rushing touchdown.

Chinook is at home Friday to face Tri-Cities.

Pow-Dut-Brady 6 0 0 0 — 6

Chinook 14 20 14 6 — 54

PDB — Aable 4 run 9 (run failed).

CHI — Tyler Molyneaux 3 run (Haider pass from Schmitt)

CHI — Tyler Molyneaux 1 run (run failed)

CHI — Tyler Molyneaux 6 run (run failed)

CHI — Tyler Molyneaux 25 run (Tyler Molyneaux run)

CHI — Tyler Molyneaux 8 run (run failed)

CHI-safety

CHI — Chris Haider pass from Lane Schmitt

CHI — Ben Stroh 20 pass from Lane Schmit (run failed)

CHI — Zach Molyneaux 52 run (run failed).

Chester/J-I 58, Sunburst 0

In more Northern C 8-Man football, the Chester/J-I Hawks returned to the win column on Friday.

The Hawks were on the road for conference play against the Sunburst Refiners. And it was the Hawks earning the 58-0 shutout win. And with the win, the Hawks improved to 2-3 in league play, while the Refiners dropped to 0-5.

With 36 first-quarter points, the Hawks had the game put away before the first half was even over.

And the Hawks had six different players score on Friday, totaling eight touchdowns.

Ceddy Pogue and Brandon Graff led the way with two scores each. Pogue scored on a 10-yard run as well as a 44 yard-run. And Graff scored on a three-yard run as well as a 40-yard interception return.

Ethan Wolery Bryant Cynar, Grant Lakey and Leonard Pugsley also scored for the Hawks in the lopsided victory. Wolery scored on a two-yard run, while Cynar scored on an 18-yard pass from Graff, Lakey scored on a 50-yard punt return and Pugsley scored on a 15-yard run.

Thursday the Hawks will return to action as they travel to Belt to face the conference Huskies. The Huskies sit at 2-3 in league play.

C/J-I 36 8 0 14 — 58

Sunburst 0 0 0 0 — 0

C/J-I — Ceddy Pogue 10 run (Ryne Tyler pass from Brandon Graff)

C/J-I — Ethan Wolery 2 run (Ceddy Pogue pass from Brandon Graff)

C/J-I — Bryant Cynar 18 pass from Brandon Graff (Brandon Graff run)

C/J-I — Grant Lakey 50 punt return (pass fail)

C/J-I — Ceddy Pogue 44 run (run fail)

C/J-I — Brandon Graff 3 run (Cole Tempel run)

C/J-I — Brandon Graff 40 interception (pass fail)

C/J-I — Leonard Pugsley 15 run (Colton Young pass from Dustin Romain).

Big Sandy 48, St. Regis 20

Saturday brought three more games to the Hi-Line.

And once again coming away with a big win were the Northern C 6-Man Big Sandy Pioneers.

Playing on the road, the No. 5 Pioneers remained undefeated after defeating the St. Regis Tigers 48-0 in league play. With the win the Pioneers improved to 3-0 in league and 4-0 overall. And with the loss, the Tigers dropped to 0-3 in league and 0-4 overall.

The Pioneers were held to six points in the first quarter, but exploded in the second with 35 points. They added seven more in the third to score 48 unanswered points.

The Tigers 20 points came in the fourth quarter, posing no real threat to the Pioneers.

Ryan Miller had three touchdowns for Big Sandy. Miller scored on a 22-yard pass from Trevor Lackner, an 11-yard run and a 28-yard run. And CJ Hanson had two scores for the Pioneers. Hanson scored the opening touchdown on a 22-yard pass from Lackner and on an eight-yard run.

Kaden Beck and Jeff Sols also scored touchdowns for Big Sandy.

Friday, the Pioneers will return home to take on Valier in another league game.

Big Sandy 6 35 7 0 — 48

St. Regis 0 0 0 20 — 20

BS — CJ Hanson 22 pass from Trevor Lackner (kick failed)

BS — Ryan Miller 44 run (Miller run)

BS — CJ Hanson 8 run (Miller run)

BS — Ryan Miller 11 run (CJ Hanson pass from Trevor Lackner)

BS — Kaden Beck 10 pass from Trevor Lackner (Dallas Briese pass from Ryan Miller)

BS — Ryan Miller 28 run (Kaden Beck pass from Lackner)

BS — Jeff Sols 60 run (Dallas Briese pass from Ryan Miller)

SR — David Chadley 12 pass from Thomas Spencer (Steven Mellen kick)

SR — Thomas Spencer 48 run (kick failed)

SR — Thomas Spencer 13 run (kick failed).

Wibaux 51 Hays-Lodge Pole 16

The Class C 8-Man Hays-Lodge Pole Thunderbirds were on the opposite end of a lopsided win on Saturday.

The Thunderbirds played host to No. 1 Wibaux Longhorns, but it was the Longhorns getting the 51-16 Eastern C win in Harlem.

After a 37-0 first quarter the Longhorns never looked back. They also went on to outscore the Thunderbirds 8-0 in the second quarter to take a 45-0 lead at the half.

The Thunderbirds were able to score a touchdown in the third and one in the fourth, but it was too little too late.

Wilboux remained undefeated in the Eastern A, while the Thunderbirds dropped to 1-4.

HLP will return to action on Saturday when they take to the road to face Culbertson.

Wibaux 37 8 6 0 — 51

Hays/Lodge Pole 0 0 8 8 — 16

WIL — Collin Harrell 38 interception return (Collin Harrell pass from Jaylen Sokoloski)

WIL — Luke Kreitinger 43 pass from Jaylen Sokoloski (Tanner Bakken pass from Jaylen Sokoloski)

WIL — Ty Tousignant 68 pass from Jaylen Sokoloski (run failed)

WIL— Collin Harrell 55 run (James Franz pass from Ty Tousignant)

WIL — Luke Kreitinger 23 pass from Jaylen Sokoloski (Collin Harrell kick)

WIL — Collin Harrell 5 run (Marcus Amsler pass from Jaylen Sokoloski)

WI — -Tanner Bakken 2 run (pass failed)

HLP — Scoring plays not available.

Valier 54, North Star 12

In more Northern C Six-Man football, the North Star Knights suffered their second straight conference loss.

Saturday in Valier the Panthers defeated the Knights 54-12. And with the loss, the Knights conference record dropped to 2-2 and their overall record dropped to 3-3.

To start, the Knights were competitive. And after the first quarter, they only trailed 14-6. But with a 20-0 second quarter, the Panthers grabbed all the momentum and never let up, adding eight points in the third and 12 in the fourth.

The Knights first quarter score came by Connor Kline on a 31-yard run. And Jordy Donoven scored the Knights only other touchdown in the third quarter on a three-yard run.

The Panthers' Koby Hawke really hurt the Knights, scoring six rushing touchdowns on Saturday.

The Knights will play again on Saturday, when they host Alberton in another league matchup.

North Star 6 0 6 0 — 12

Valier 14 20 8 12 — 54

VAL — Koby Hawke 4 run (kick failed)

VAL — Koby Hawke 31 run (Matt Christiaens kick)

NS — Connor Kline 16 pass from Jordy Donoven (kick failed)

VAL — Koby Hawke 43 run (Christiaens kick)

VAL — Koby Hawke 45 run (kick failed)

VAL — Koby Hawke 8 run (kick failed)

NS — Jordy Donoven 3 run (kick failed)

VAL — Koby Hawke 48 run (Christiaens kick)

VAL — Brad Holden 1 run (kick failed)

VAL — Jaron Calf Robe 75 punt return (time elapsed)

 

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