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Chester/J-I and Box Elder bounce back


October 8, 2013

Lindsay Brown

Chinook's Lane Seymour, right, hauls in a touchdown pass during the first quarter of Friday night's Northern C football game between the Sugarbeeters and the Simms Tigers in Chinook.

Many of the local prep football teams had a rough go this weekend, but for area fans and players, hopefully the trend won’t continue through the rest of the season.

Simms has had a great start to the season under a new head coach, and the Tigers put that new found resurgence on display with a win over the Northern C Chinook Sugarbeeters on Friday night. The Tigers defeated the Beeters 70-34, handing the Beeters their second loss of the season and their first loss since week one.

The Tigers led the Beeters 28-20 at the half, but ran away with the contest in the second half as the barrage of passing touchdowns continued for Zeb Bloom. Chinook put up 14 point in the fourth quarter, but Simms put up 14 in the third and 28 more in the fourth. Bloom threw five scoring passes and ran for two more.

Lane Seymour scored on a 17-yard pass from Ian McIntosh, as well as a 15-yard pass from Zach Molyneaux. Molyneaux also scored on a 53-yard run, 35-yard run, and a seven-yard run.

Chinook (4-2) will face Fort Benton on the road on Friday.

Simms 6 22 14 28 – 70

Chinook 6 14 0 14 – 34

SIM – Zeb Bloom 65 run (run failed)

CHI – Lane Seymour 17 pass from Ian McIntosh (run failed)

SIM – Pscherning 28 pass from Zeb Bloom (Zeb Bloom run)

CHI – Zach Molyneaux 53 run (run failed)

SIM – Pscherning 32 pass from Zeb Bloom (Tribby run)

SIM-- Pscherning 36 pass from Zeb Bloom (run failed)

CHI – Lane Seymour 15 pass from Zach Molyneaux (Reid pass from Zach Molyneaux)

SIM – Pscherning 34 pass from Zeb Bloom (pass failed)

SIM – Zeb Bloom 12 run (pass failed)

SIM – Pscherning 13 pass from Zeb Bloom (Pscherning pass from Zeb Bloom)

CHI – Zach Molyneaux 35 run (pass failed)

SIM – Clark 50 run (Zeb Bloom run)

SIM – Goode 5 run (run failed)

CHI – Zach Molyneaux 7 run (Ian McIntosh run)

SIM – Clark 33 run (Jake Bloom pass from Zeb Bloom)

Geraldine-Highwood 51, North Star 6

The Six-Man North Star Knights also suffered a tough loss, as Geraldine-Highwood defeated the Knights 51-6 on the road.

Defensively, the Knights had no answer for the opposition, especially for Wyatt McKinlay, Jake Malek, and the Geraldine-Highwood ground game. Both McKinlay and Malek rushed for two touchdowns each, leading the way to the lopsided win over the Knights.

This was the first loss of the season for the Knights who are still sitting at a comfortable 4-1 overall. And the Knights did get one score in the second quarter. Quinn Spinler continues to have a steady season, this time scoring on a nine-yard pass from Cooper Spicher.

Saturday the Knights will travel to face Heart Butte.

North Star 0 6 0 0 - 6

Geraldine-Highwood 16 22 6 7 - 51

GH – Wyatt McKinlay 5 run (Darren Malek kick)

GH – Jake Malek 15 run (D. Malek kick)

NS – Quinn Spinler 9 pass from Cooper Spicher (kick failed)

GH – Wyatt McKinlay 16 run (kick failed)

GH – Jake Malek 2 run (Darren Malek kick)

GH – Sam Bronec 21 pass from Darren Malek (Darren Malek kick)

GH – Logan Ferda 1 run (kick failed)

GH – Riley Kurtz 1 run (Dawson Baroh run)

Chester/J-I 72, Sunburst 0

One team that was able to come away victorious was the Northern C 8-Man Chester/J-I Hawks. Hosting Sunburst on Friday, the Hawks were able to blow out the competition with a 72-0 win.

Justin May has had a solid seaston thus far, and continued to stand out. May scored two touchdowns and rushed for 92 yards as the Hawk’s 38-first quarter points put the game away early. Chester/J-I also posted 20 in the second, eight in the third and six in the fourth as the defense was able to pitch the impressive shutout.

May scored on a 32-yard run and a 23-yard run, while Steven May also scored on a 19-yard pass from Dell Harmon. But performing on the ground, Cody Ramberg scored on a one-yard rush, Brandon Richter scored on a 22-yard rush and a one-yard rush, Brett Henke scored on a 21-yard rush and a 23-yard rush and Mitchell Fisher scored on a 46-yard run. Tim Stokes also added a 33-yard punt return to the mix.

The win also helped the Hawks stay atop the conference. Sitting at 5-1 the Hawks are in second place, sitting only behind Simms in the Northern C. And the Hawks will look to stay at the top as they face Great Falls Central on the road on Saturday.

Sunburst 0 0 0 0 - 0

C/J-I 38 20 8 6 – 72

C/J-I – Justin May 32 run (pass failed)

C/J-I – Steven May 19 pass from Dell Harmon (Tim Stokes pass from Brandon Richter)

C/J-I – Justin May 23 run (Richter run)

C/J-I – Cody Ramberg 1 run (Tim Stokes pass from Brandon Richter)

C/J-I – Brandon Richter 22 run (Justin May run)

C/J-I – Brett Henke 21 run (Brett Henke run)

C/J-I – Brandon Richter 1 run (run failed)

C/J-I – Tim Stokes 33 punt return (run failed)

C/J-I – Mitchell Fisher 46 run (Brett Henke run)

C/J-I – Brett Henke 23 run (run failed)

Box Elder 53, Augusta 44

The Box Elder Bears were also fortunate enough to get a win over the weekend. Saturday the Bears hosted the Augusta Elks and ran away with the 53-44 decision. This was the first win since week one for the Bears who now sit at 2-3 overall.

Box Elder will face Geraldine/Highwood on Saturday on the road.

No scoring statistics were available.

Valier 31, Big Sandy 28

Big Sandy didn’t get blown out in Valier, but the three-point deficit was enough to send the Northern C Six-Man Pioneers home with another loss. And after getting back to .500 last weekend, Friday’s loss knocked the Pioneers back to 2-3 on the season. Valier also avenged last year’s state semifinal loss to the Pioneers in Big Sandy.

The Pioneers will take the field on Friday when they face Stanford/Geyser/Denton in Big Sandy.

Lindsay Brown

Chinook's Jesse Dannels carries the ball during Friday night game at Hoon Field.

No scoring statistics were available.

Wolf Point 46, Harlem 18

As the losses continued for local teams, Wolf Point also defeated the Class B Harlem Wildcats 46-18 on Friday. The Wildcats slipped to 0-5 on the season, but will look for their first win on Friday when they host Plentywood for the 2013 homecoming.

No scoring statistics were available.

Circle 62, Hays-Lodge Pole 18

Slipping to 0-5, the sluggish season continued for the Class C Hays-Lodge Pole Thunderbirds. On Saturday Circle defeated the Thunderbirds 62-18, keeping the Thunderbirds searching for their first win, something they will attempt to get his Saturday when they face Froid/Medicine Lake on the road.


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