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Hi-Line Football Roundup

 


North Star's Jordy Donoven is tackled by a Valier defender during a Six-Man football game last Wednesday in Rudyard.

On Wednesday there were several prep football games taking place across the state. Four of those games included teams from the Hi-Line, and when the dust settled, some had made the postseason and others did not.

In Class C 8-Man action, the No. 1 Chinook Sugarbeeters maintained their level of excellence with yet another win.

The Beeters captured the Northern C with a 58-12 win over Sunburst in Chinook. And with the win, the reigning Class C State Champion Beeters improved to 5-0 in league play and 8-0 overall.

Chinook grabbed 38 first-quarter points to put the game away before it really ever had a chance to begin. The Beeters then put up six in the second, eight in the third and six more points in the fourth. The Beeters' defense gave up just one score in the third quarter and one in the fourth.

Ben Stroh and Zach Molyneaux led the Beeters scoring barrage once again. Stroh rushed for a 54-yard score and a 12-yard score, while Molyneaux tossed two TD passes from 35-yards and one from 21-yards out. Brandon Riphenburg was on the receiving end of two of Molyneaux's scoring passes.

In the first round of the playoffs No. 1 Chinook will face the No. 4 Culbertson-Bainville team out of the east.

Sunburst 0 0 6 6 — 12

Chinook 38 6 8 6 — 58

CHI — Ben Stroh 54 run (Robby Klingaman pass from Zach Molyneaux)

CHI — Surber 35 pass from Zach Molyneaux (Klingaman run)

CHI — Brandon Riphenburg 21 pass from Zach Molyneaux (Klingaman pass from Zach Molyneaux)

CHI — Ben Stroh 12 run (Zach Molyneaux run)

CHI — Brandon Riphenburg 35 pass from Zach Molyneaux (pat failed)

CHI — Thomas Reid 8 run (Gunderson run)

SUN — Ratzburg 15 pass from bye (pat failed)

CHI — Gavin Gunderson 58 punt return (pass failed)

SUN — Bye 14 run (pat failed)

CHI — Surber 42 pass from Geoff Qualls (run failed)

Chester/J-I 28, Fort Benton 26

In more Northern C action, the Chester/J-I Hawks barely kept their playoff hopes alive on Wednesday.

Hosting the Fort Benton Longhorns in Chester, the Hawks were able to capture the No. 2 seed with a 28-26 win over the Longhorns. The win gave the Hawks a 7-1 overall record and league record of 6-1, with their only loss coming to the Chinook Sugarbeeters just one week prior.

But it was just by the skin of the Hawks' teeth that theybeat the Longhorns. Wyatt Ullery scored on a two-yard rushing TD with 10:50 left in the fourth quarter to trail the Hawks 28-26. But the biggest play of the night came on the two-point conversion when the Hawks stuffed the run attempt and grabbed the win.

After taking a 16-8 first-quarter lead, the Hawks held a 22-20 lead at the half. And after shutting out the Longhorns in the third quarter, the Hawks took their 28-20 lead into the fourth before being challenged by Ullery's score.

Leonard Pugsley scored on a 43 and one-yard rush for the Hawks. Jordan Oraw also scored on an eight-yard run, while Erik Kelly scored on a 14-yard run for the Hawks.

In first round action the Hawks will face Scobey, the No. 3 team out of the east.

Fort Benton 8 12 0 6 — 26

C/J-I 16 6 6 0 — 28

FB—Jake Wilson 52 run (Wyatt Ullery run)

C/J-I—Leonard Pugsley 43 run (Erik Kelly pass from Leonard Pugsley)

C/J-I—Jordan Oraw 8 run (Jordan Oraw pass friom Leonard Pugsley)

C/J-I—Erik Kelly 14 run (run failed)

FB—Riley DeBruycker 45 pass from Wyatt Ullery (run failed)

FB—Riley DeBruycker 75 interception return (run failed)

C/J-I—Leonard Puglsey 1 run (run failed)

FB—Wyatt Ullery 2 run (run failed)

Big Sandy 37, Geraldine-HW 12

The Northern C 6-Man Big Sandy Pioneers were also in action on Wednesday in Geraldine.

Big Sandy has been playing well espeacially the second half of the season, and grabbed another win this week. The Pioneers defeated Geraldine-Highwood 37-12 to ensure a playoff birth. Big Sandy captured the No. 1 spot in the North with a 7-1 record overall and a 6-0 league record this season.

The Pioneers used a 22-0 halftime lead and 15 more points in the third quarter to grab the win. And the Pioneers defense allowed just two scores in the fourth quarter when the game was already put away out of reach. Jessey Bailey scored four touchdowns for Big Sandy, including three on the ground and one a 36-yard catch from Trevor Lackner. Bailey's rushing scores came on jaunts from one, 40 and two-yards out. Lackner also had a TD toss to Justin Stevens from eight-yards out.

Big Sandy captured the No. 1 spot out of the North and will face Hysham in the first round, the No. 4 team out of the East.

Big Sandy 8 14 15 0 — 37

Geraldine-Highwood 0 0 0 12 — 12

BS — Jessey Bailey 1 run (Dallas Briese kick)

BS — Jessey Bailey 40 run (Dallas Briese kick)

BS — Jessey Bailey 36 pass from Trevor Lackner (kick failed)

BS — Jessey Bailey 2 run (Dallas Briese kick)

BS — Justin Stevens 8 pass from Trevor Lackner (Dallas Briese pass from Trevor Lackner)

GH — Kelly Bronec 10 pass from Darren Malex (run failed)

GH — Adam Salois 17 run (run failed)

Valier 75, North Star 54

Wednesday, the North Star Knights weren't as lucky.

The Northern C 6-Man Knights needed a win to ensure their team would have a postseason. But in a 6-Man shootout, the Knights got out produced in the 75-54 loss to Valier in Rudyard. The Knights finished the season 3-4 overall and 2-3 in conference.

North Star held a 22-20 lead aafter the first quarter and even tacked on 18 second quarter points for a total of 40 at the break. But Valier put up 32 second quarter points to take the 52-40 lead. North Star was then outscored 23-14 in the second half as they watch their season come to an end.

Jordy Donovan did his best to help the Knights fight for a win, but came up short after scoring seven touchdowns. Donovan had fice rushing scores and two more in the air. His rushing TD's came on runs of 14, 42, 10, 5 and 5 yards out.

Valier 20 32 8 15 — 75

North Star 22 18 8 6 — 54

NS — Karston Donovan 2 run (Jordy Donovan kick)

VAL — Cooper Hawke pass from Tim Stokes (PAT failed)

NS — Jordy Donovan 14 run (Jordy Donovan kick)

VAL — Tim Stokes 20 run (Justin Sullivan kick)

NS — Jordy Donovan pass from Cooper Spicher (PAT failed)

VAL — Cody Berg 35 run (PAT failed)

NS — Jordy Donovan pass from Cooper Spicher (PAT failed)

VAL — Cody Berg 1 run (PAT failed)

NS — Jordy Donovan 42 run (PAT failed)

VAL — Tim Stokes pass from Clint Christiaens (PAT failed)

VAL — Cody Berg 45 run (PAT failed)

NS — Jordy Donovan 10 run (PAT failed)

VAL — Justin Sullivan 56 kickoff return (PAT failed)

VAL — Cody Berg 1 run (PAT failed)

NS — Jordy Donovan 5 run (Jordy Donovan kick0

VAL — Cody Berg 50 run (Chase Durnell kick)

NS — Jordy Donovan 5 run (PAT failed)

VAL — Tim Stokes 35 run (Justin Sullivan kick)

VAL — Cody Berg 53 run (Tim Stokes pass from Sullivan)

 

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