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Harrisburg nets nine players on South Dakota all-state football list: See all seven classes


The Harrisburg Tigers finished the Class 11AAA season undefeated with a shutout win over Brandon Valley in the championship game. 

So it's no surprise the Tigers received nine players on the 11AAA all-state team, including quarterback Jacob Knuth, who was named All American. Knuth, who is bound for the Minnesota Gophers, was also named the Argus Leader Elite 45 captain.

The Lynx received eight players on the team and Sioux Falls Lincoln and Washington five apiece. 

The South Dakota all-state football teams are selected by the South Dakota Football Coaches Association.

Other All Americans were: Joe VanOverschelde, Mitchell (11AA); Trey Smith, Madison (11A); Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley (11B); Grayson Hanson, Platte-Geddes (9AA); Ty Beyer, Howard (9A); and John Pica, Dell Rapids St. Mary (9B).

Elte 45: Meet the 2021 South Dakota high school football team

Class 11AAA 

All American -- Jacob Knuth, sr., Harrisburg.

OFFENSE

Quarterback -- Jacob Knuth, sr., Harrisburg

TE/Fullback -- Peyton Carroll, sr., Brandon Valley; Ryland Satter, so., O'Gorman; Sam Hindbjorgen, jr., Lincoln

RB -- Gavin Ross, jr., Harrisburg; Jordan Johnson, sr., Brandon Valley; Nelson Wright, jr., Roosevelt

WR -- Griffin Wilde, jr., Jefferson; Josh Piper, sr., Washington; Lincoln Carlson, sr., Harrisburg

OL -- Joe Cotton, sr., Roosevelt; Navarro Schunke, so., Brandon Valley; Aiden Brink, sr., Washington; Jordan Larsen, sr., Harrisburg; Mason Jacobson, sr., Harrisburg; Elliott Renville, jr., Lincoln.

Athlete -- Taylen Ashley, jr., Jefferson; Bennett Dannenbring, jr., O'Gorman; Gabe Frerichs, sr., Washington; Kyler Briest, sr., Brandon Valley.

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- David Alpers III, sr., O'Gorman; Jackson Geerts, sr., Lincoln; Christian Jepperson, sr., Brandon Valley; Abraham Myers, jr., Washington; Ayden Viox, sr., Harrisburg

Linebacker -- Mat Goehring, sr., Roosevelt; Kobe Lage, sr., Lincoln; Gabe Gutierrez, jr., Lincoln; Ryan Doll, sr., Brandon Valley; Cade Larson, sr., Harrisburg.

Defensive back -- Carter Bahrenfuss, sr., Harrisburg; Matthew Agyeman, sr., Washington; Noah Thompson, sr., Brandon Valley; Emmanuel Struck, sr., O'Gorman; London Kolb, jr., Jefferson.

Special teams -- Zach Brummels, sr., Brandon Valley; Bryce Soli, sr., Harrisburg.

HONORABLE MENTION

Max Thomson, sr., Washington; Uriah Glynn, sr., RC Stevens; Andrew Walter, sr., Harrisburg; Ben Goldy, sr., RC Stevens; Asmerom Mahammad, sr., Roosevelt; Owen Warren, sr., Brandon Valley; Brandon Inman, sr., RC Stevens; Lane Ferguson, sr., Roosevelt; Carter Petersen, sr., O'Gorman; Dylan Howard, sr., Roosevelt.

Class 11AA

All American -- Joe VanOverschelde, sr., Mitchell

OFFENSE

Quarterback -- Lincoln Kienholz, jr., Pierre

Tight end/fullback -- Alec Vogele, sr., Aberdeen Central; Chase Van Tol, jr., Tea Area

RB -- Jaxon Weber, sr., Tea Area; Josh Grosdidier, sr., Mitchell; Hunter Gray, sr., Brookings; Karson Carda, jr., Aberdeen Central

WR -- Jack Merkwan, jr., Pierre; Cole Holden, sr., Watertown; Klayton Sattler, sr., Tea Area.

OL -- Thomas Ostem, sr., Tea Area; Jason Maciejczak, jr., Douglas; Carson Haak, sr., Yankton; Brady Rohrbach, sr., Aberdeen Central; Brock Longville, sr., Brookings; Paden Johnson, sr., Watertown.

Athlete -- Sam Rohlfs, sr., Aberdeen Central; Rugby Ryken, jr., Yankton; Cael Lundin, sr., Tea Area; Konner Berndt, sr., Sturgis.

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Ethan Remington, sr., Huron; Reis Kirschenman, jr., Tea Area; Bodie Rutledge, sr., Yankton; Jaden Flor, sr., Pierre; Pierce Miller, sr., Spearfish

Linebacker -- Joseph Van Overschelde, sr., Mitchell; Ben Althoff, sr., Watertown; Reese Jacobs, jr., Sturgis; Jayden Beck, sr., Huron; Brady Hartwif, jr., Spearfish

Defensive back -- Lincoln Hardin, sr., Brookings; Cody Oswald, jr., Yankton; Parker Bauer, sr., Aberdeen Central; Jacob Mayer, jr., Pierre; Jeff Worth, sr., Tea Area

Special teams -- Trevor Paulson, jr., Yankton; Payton Theodosopoulos, Brookings

HONORABLE MENTION

Drew Norberg, sr., Watertown; Max Raab, sr., Yankton; Tyler Sohler, jr., Yankton; Ethan Remington, Huron, sr., Christian Busch, jr., Pierre; Jagger Tyler, jr., Mitchell; Jaxton Eck, jr., Brookings; James Stewart, sr., Yankton; Jayden Wiebe, jr., Pierre; Hunter Wientjes, sr., Watertown

Class 11A

All American -- Trey Smith, sr., Madison

Nate Ricke, sr., Madison

Tight end/fullback -- Marshall Voeltz, sr., Milbank; Jaden Witte, sr., S.F. Christian; Beau Williams, jr., Canton.

RB -- Landon Ruesink, sr., Dell Rapids; Jackson Arlt, sr., Lennox; Isaiah Young, sr., S.F. Christian.

WR -- Braden Dierickx, sr., West Central; Steven Christion, sr., Lennox; Payton Eben, sr., Canton

OL -- Marshall Baldwin, sr., Canton; Gabe Olson, sr., Madison; Zach Brady, sr., Vermillion; Jacob Stubbe, sr., Lennox; Connor Christensen, sr., Tri-Valley

Athlete -- Mike Peters, sr., Madison; Quincy Means, jr., Lakota Tech

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Camden Bucholtz, sr., Madison; Zach Madsen, sr., West Central; Avery Herting, jr., Canton; Mitchell Nelson, sr., S.F. Christian.

Linebacker -- Trey Smith, sr., Madison; Logan Maras, sr., West Central; Nick Sorensen, sr., Connor Bender, sr., Milbank

Defensive back -- Bennett Schwenn, sr., Milbank; Gage Tennyson, sr., Custer; Jack Kratz, sr., Vermillion; Brayden Pankonen, jr., Dell Rapids.

Special teams -- Austin Henry, sr., Dell Rapids; Karson Weber, sr., Milbank

HONORABLE MENTION

Gavin Koch, sr., West Central; Noah Hutmacher, jr., Chamberlain; Peyton Wolf, sr., Madison; Evan Van Scoyk, sr., Dakota Valley; Josh Kreber, sr., Canton; Gabe Heck, sr., Belle Fourche; Quade Parker, jr., Custer; Dossen Elmore, sr., Custer

Class 11B

All American -- Parker Puetz, sr., Sioux Valley

OFFENSE

QB -- Parker Puetz, sr., Sioux Falls

Tight end/fullback -- Nolan Dvorak, sr., Wagner; Mason Schelske, sr., Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

RB -- Riley Orel, jr., Winner; Koby Kayser, sr., Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan; Clay Olinger, sr., W/WS/SC

WR -- Cody Miles, sr., McCook Central/Montrose; Damian Danziesen, sr., Sioux Valley; Isaiah Richards, sr., Beresford.

OL -- Charley Pravacek, sr., Winner; Quinten Christensen, sr., W/WS/SC; Achilles Willuweit, sr., Winner; Cole Pranger, sr., Mount Vernon/Plankinton; Noah Larson, sr., Elk Point-Jefferson; Layson Lucas, sr., Sioux Valley.

Athlete -- Reed Rus, jr., Mount Vernon/Plankinton; Dustin Honomichl, sr., Wagner.

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Joey Cole, sr., Winner; Jackson Vesely, sr., Winner; Jacob Lichtenberg, sr., Elk Point-Jefferson; Ashton Tjaden, sr., Beresford.

Linebacker -- Brynn Thompson, sr., Hot Springs; Carson Christopherson, sr., Sioux Valley; Kaden Klumb, sr. Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan; Matt Larson, jr., St. Thomas More.

Defensive back -- Kaden Keiser, sr., Winner; Matthew Martinez, sr., Aberdeen Roncalli; Favian Sanchez, sr., Groton Area; Sutton Arend, jr., Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan.

Special teams -- Jackson Isakson, jr., Aberdeen Roncalli; Lincoln Klooz, sr., Mount Vernon/Plankinton

HONORABLE MENTION

Gavin Gordon, sr., McCook Central/Montrose; Tash Lunday, sr., Flandreau; Benjamin Swatek, jr., Elk Point-Jefferson; Jedidiah Sullivan, sr., St. Thomas More; Hunter Bailey, sr., Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan; Will Cleveland, jr., McCook Central/Montrose; Kaden Kurtz, sr., Groton Area; Avery Nichols, sr., Clark/Willow Lake; Jaydon Keller, sr., Webster; Deryck Two Bulls, sr., Bennett County; Chris Nelson, jr., Wagner; Treyton Saylar, sr., Jim River.

CLASS 9AA

All American -- Grayson Hanson, sr., Platte-Geddes

OFFENSE

QB -- Dylan Kindt, sr., Garretson

Fullback/H back -- Brock Tuttle, so., Hanson; Jayce Lawrence, sr., Timber Lake

RB -- Hank Kraft, sr., Timber Lake; Isiah Robertson, sr., Canistota/Freeman; Ashton Hanson, sr., Florence/Henry

WR -- Cooper Long, jr., Garretson; Will Ortman, jr., Canistota/Freeman

Tight end -- Caden Foxley, sr., Platte-Geddes

OL -- Trace Ortman, jr., Canistota/Freeman; Royce Finney, sr., Platte-Geddes; Zach Geditz, sr., Ipswich; Michael Stevenson, sr., Hamlin; TJ Moran, sr., Lyman

Athlete -- Colten Collins, sr., Lyman; Jovi Wolf, so., Chester

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Riley Heiberger, sr., Canistota/Freeman; Tell Mollman, sr., Lemmon/McIntosh; Chase Kelly, sr., Florence/Henry; Conner Kessler, sr., Viborg-Hurley.

Linebacker -- Grayson Hanson, sr., Platte-Geddes; Stratton Eppard, sr., Chester Area; Noah Kleinsasser, jr., Canistota/Freeman; Luke Peterson, sr., Ipswich

Defensive back -- Ryan Benson, sr., Chester Area; Isaac Crownover, jr., Bon Homme; Jackson Neuman, sr., Platte-Geddes

Special teams -- Jackson Olsen, sr., Platte-Geddes; Jenna VanHolland, jr., Garretson 

HONORABLE MENTION

Xander Sheehan, sr., Hamlin; Hadley Wallace, jr., Hanson; Tanner Miller, sr., Lemmon/McIntosh; Max Scott, sr., Parkston; Chayse Weber, sr., Parkston; Ty Kadlec, sr., Ipswich; Luke Fraser, so., Hamlin; Cole Prunty, sr., Parkston; Vincent Petrich, sr., Leola/Frederick; Stran Scott, sr., Stanley County; Brock Wages, sr., Chester Area; Carson Gohl, sr., Ipswich; Jackson Jarding, jr., Hanson

Class 9A

All American -- Ty Beyer, sr., Howard

QB -- Tray Hettick, jr., Herreid/Selby Area

Fullback -- John Callies, sr., Howard

WR -- Rylan McDonnell, jr., Wall; Rett Osthus, sr., De Smet

Tight end -- Jace Sifore, sr., Howard

OL -- Chance Gregg, sr., Herreid/Selby Area; Kaden Hofer, jr., Howard; Damon Wilkinson, jr., De Smet; Cayne Krogman, sr., Wall

Athlete -- Colt Wilkinson, sr., De Smet; Taron Serr, sr., Burke

Atticus Darnell, jr., Howard; Norman Livermont, jr., Wall; Jonah Wiersma, sr., Castlewood; Blake Van Regenmorter, sr., De Smet; Reece Ohrtman, jr., Kadoka Area.

Linebacker -- Trey Sayler, sr., Herreid/Selby Area; Trevor Sayler, sr., Herreid/Selby Area; Ty Beyer, sr., Howard; Dawson Hanson, sr., Warner

Defensive back -- Marrion Gohn, sr., Wolsey Wessington; Carson Kirwan, jr., Castlewood; Will Matson, sr., Oldham-Ramona/Rutland

Special teams -- Blair Blasius, jr., Wall; Aidan Fredrickson, sr., Britton-Hecla

HONORABLE MENTIONS

Burk Blasius, so., Wall; Keegan Haider, jr., Wolsey Wessington; Trevor Sayler, sr., Herreid/Selby Area; BoDell Davidson, jr., Britton-Hecla; Bryce Frank, sr., Burke; Kade Krutzfeldt, sr., Wolsey Wessington; Kade Stukel, jr., Gregory; Kadyn Fast, so., De Smet; Tory Holland, sr., De Smet

Class 9B

All American -- John Pica, sr., Dell Rapids St. Mary

OFFENSE

QB -- Grant Luikens, sr., Potter County

Fullback -- Andrew Gustad, sr., Gayville Volin

RB -- Brady Bierema, jr., Avon; Jovey Christensen, sr., Alcester-Hudson; Erik Salmen, so., Hitchock-Tulare

WR -- Kyle Hirsch, sr., Gayville-Volin; Drake Bassett, sr., Potter County

Tight end -- Lincoln Thury, sr., Avon

OL -- John Pica, sr., Dell Rapids St. Mary; Kley Heumiller, jr., Avon; Grey Gilbert, jr., Harding County; Jacob Kemner, sr., Alcester-Hudson

Athlete -- Nick Gasper, so., Dell Rapids St. Mary; Logan Albers, sr., New Underwood

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Hunter Niederbaumer, sr., Faulkton; Jesse Schall, sr., Sully Buttes; Gabriel Lindeman, jr., Dell Rapids St. Mary; Colt Wieseler, sr., Potter County

Linebacker -- Cooper Logan, sr., Potter County; Kyle Hamilton, sr., Hitchock-Tulare; Simon Bowar, sr., Faulkton; Caden VanDrongelen, sr., Corsica/Stickney

Defensive back -- Emmitt Richter, sr., New Underwood; Parker Geditz, sr., Faulkton; Ty Brown, sr., Dell Rapids St. Mary

Special teams -- Ben Gustafson, sr., Langford; Cade Martin, sr., Harding County

HONORABLE MENTION

Riley Rucktaeschel, sr., Avon; Keegan Hett, jr., Harding County; Hunter Niederbaumer, sr., Faulkton; Jack Boomsma, sr., Hitchock-Tulare; Gabe Bushong, sr., Faith; Alex Tanner, jr., Potter County

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Источник: https://www.argusleader.com/story/sports/high-school-sports/2021/11/27/south-dakota-all-state-football-team-see-all-seven-classes/8765786002/

What Missouri State football coach Bobby Petrino said Monday about FCS Playoff game vs. UT-Martin


The crowd groaned Sunday morning when Missouri State wasn't selected as one of the eight national seeds earning a first-round bye in the FCS Playoffs. A little more than 24 hours later, the Bears found a silver lining in having to play a first-round game.

Missouri State has been playing good football in recent weeks. The Bears will have a home game Saturday at 3 p.m. against UT-Martin and they'll be able to keep the same routine they've had all season.

"We get to keep going and keep doing what we're doing," second-year head coach Bobby Petrino said. "To be in the same routine and go through the same process, I think will help us."

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His players, who were ranked No. 10 in the FCS Coaches Poll on Monday morning, agreed. With the program's first Top 10 ranking since 1996, the Bears want to keep playing — whether that means playing an extra game or not.

"Everyone's time is going to come to an end and you just want to play as many games as you can play," starting linebacker Tylar Wiltz said. "You gotta be excited about it. That's what you love about playing college football."

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Petrino, one of 17 FCS coaches nominated for the national coach of the year award, will lead his program into the playoffs for the second-straight season.

A historic day awaits Missouri State on Saturday afternoon when it hosts its first playoff game since 1990. Here's what the Bears said Monday about their upcoming opponent:

MSU Bears preparing for UT-Martin QB Keon Howard

One of the biggest mysteries heading into the game is the availability of UT-Martin star quarterback Keon Howard — who did not play in the Skyhawks' regular-season finale loss to Southeast Missouri State.

Howard missed the game with a foot injury and is day-to-day, a UT-Martin spokesperson told the News-Leader.

Howard is one of 25 finalists for the FCS offensive player of the year award, along with Bears' starting quarterback Jason Shelley. He's a 59.7 percent passer with 1,811 yards, 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also rushed for 472 yards and 10 scores in 10 games this season.

Petrino said the Bears are preparing to play against Howard. The UTM offense struggled without him behind center last week.

"He's a good runner and they have quarterback runs that they utilize with him," Petrino said. "Those are always things you have to be able to take care of numbers-wise and make sure you get linebackers where they belong. He has the ability to throw the ball. We have to do a good job defensively at understanding their sets."

Missouri State expects to get two starters back

The Bears will get a late-season boost this week with the return of two starters that have missed some time. 

Wide receiver Xavier Lane will make his return after sitting out last week's game at Dixie State. He's been banged up in recent weeks and was rested in preparation for the playoffs — even though he felt like he could have played in the DSU game. He's had six games with more than 70 receiving yards this fall.

The Bears will also add defensive lineman Ikenna Ahumibe back to the defensive front after sitting out since the Oct. 23 North Dakota State loss. While his numbers aren't eye-popping, the 6-foot-0, 299-pound defensive tackle commands a lot of attention.

"That's a big one for us," Petrino said. "He really knows schemes and his ability to take on a block and make the tackle at the line of scrimmage is something we've been missing a little bit. Him being back and helping us stop the run is huge for us."

Receiver Tyrone Scott jumps into record books

It wasn't that hard for Missouri State to land Tyrone Scott — who was looking to transfer from Central Michigan. 

Missouri State had a pair of coaches on the staff in Ryan Beard and Austin Appleby who spent time with Scott at CMU. The Bears' top corner, Montrae Braswell, was also a CMU transfer, knew Scott and participated in the recruitment.

Petrino also visited Central Michigan a few times to see Beard, his son-in-law and current defensive coordinator, coach during games and practices. 

The Bears recruited Scott hard and he chose Missouri State. During his first season as a Bear, Scott has turned in the greatest single-season performance out of a wide receiver in the school's history.

Scott became the first Bears receiver to go over 1,000 yards in a single season during Saturday night's game.

"It was kind of emotional for me," Scott said. "It was a big achievement. I was proud of myself and the work and dedication I put into it. But we still have got more to do."

Scott's big season comes after starting the year with five catches for 60 yards and a touchdown through two games. He was still learning the playbook early in the year while Lane led the way for the Bears early.

But Petrino applauded Scott as one of the hardest workers on the team. The effort led to Scott's breakout game against South Dakota in which he caught seven passes for 111 yards and a touchdown. That was the first of six games he went for 100 or more yards.

He finished the regular season with 60 catches for 1,039 yards and eight touchdowns. He's sixth in the country in receiving yards while owning the single-season receiving record and tying the single-season touchdown record for the school.

"Everyone should know how you that when you work extremely hard in practice and go full speed and take pride in how hard you work, it really pays off," Petrino said. "We were asking him to do a lot of things. His effort in practice was unbelievable."

UT-Martin @ Missouri State

  • When: Saturday, 3 p.m.
  • Where: Plaster Stadium
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Wyatt D. Wheeler is a reporter and columnist with the Springfield News-Leader. You can contact him at 417-371-6987, by email at [email protected] or Twitter at @WyattWheeler_NL. He's also the co-host of Sports Talk on Jock Radio weekdays from 4-6 p.m.

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Источник: https://www.news-leader.com/story/sports/college/msu/2021/11/22/missouri-state-football-coach-bobby-petrino-tennessee-martin-fcs-playoffs/8715724002/

North Dakota State football's unreal 39-game winning streak has been snapped

North Dakota State football’s incredible 39-game win streak is officially over. The Bison are the three-time reigning FCS national champions — they’ve also won eight of the last nine titles for an FCS record total — and their last loss was to South Dakota State on November 4, 2017.

Well, up until Saturday.

On the road against Southern Illinois for its second game of the 2021 spring season, North Dakota State — which is playing without quarterback Trey Lance, who declared for the NFL Draft in October — struggled to keep up with the Salukis. The Bison fell into a 17-0 hole toward the end of the second quarter, but it managed to get a late-half touchdown in to trail by 10 going into halftime.

Unfortunately for the Bison and their outrageous win streak, the second half was tougher than the first with Southern Illinois running away with a 38-14 victory to hand North Dakota State its first loss in more than three years.

The Salukis had the ball for about 23 more minutes than the Bison and finished with 443 total yards compared with North Dakota’s 268 yards.

North Dakota State’s 39-game win streak was the third-longest in Division I history and the longest in the FCS. It broke its own previous FCS record of 33 consecutive wins between 2012 and 2014. The Bison needed just one more W to tie Washington’s record from 1908 to 1914, but Southern Illinois shut that down with a dominant victory.

After so many straight wins, a loss for the Bison is truly unbelievable.

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Watertown seniors among 24 area players named to South Dakota Football Coaches Association’s All-State teams


Watertown High School seniors Cole Holden, Paden Johnson and Ben Althoff are among 24 area players who have been named to the South Dakota Football Coaches Association’s 2021 All-State football teams.

Another nine area players, including Arrow seniors Drew Norberg and Hunter Wientjes, received honorable mention on their respective squads.

The area honorees include:

CLASS 11AA

Cole Holden, Watertown, WR — The senior become the first receiver in school history to surpass 1,000 yards in a season, finishing with 44 catches for 1,121 yards and 14 touchdowns. He made 54 catches for 1,321 yards and 17 scores in his career.

“Cole was one of our team captains and a leader on the field,” said Watertown head coach John Hodorff. “He is a playmaker who did anything that was asked of him at any time.”

Paden Johnson, Watertown, OL — The 6-foot-8, 295-pound senior was a two-year starter and anchored the offensive line for an Arrow offense that produced 3,126 yards of total offense this fall.

“Paden developed into a very good offensive lineman and his footwork for his size is impressive,” said Hodorff. “He was very reliable and a key piece to the success we had on offense.”

Ben Althoff, Watertown, LB — The 180-pound senior re-wrote the school record book with 147 tackles (70 solos and 77 assists) this season and became the school’s all-time leader with 237 tackles. He also recorded 12 tackles for a loss, three quarterback sacks and recovered two fumbles in 2021.

“Ben was a leader for our team on and off the field,” said Hodorff. “He's a very competitive person who expected the same from everyone around him.”

CLASS 11A

Marshall Voeltz, Milbank, TE-FB-HB — A severe injury knocked Voeltz out in the fifth game of the season but the senior returned during a late-season run that propelled Milbank into the state Class 11A championship game. He finished with 67 rushes for 379 yards and six touchdowns and also caught 12 passes for 89 yards.

“Marshall was arguably our best football player,” said Milbank head coach Brian Allmendinger. “He was an exceptional blocker and helped the line with calls while also being heavily counted on to run the ball.”

Jace Rufer, Milbank, OL — The 211-pound senior anchored a line that helped the Bulldogs rush for 190 yards per game.

“Jace was our best offensive lineman and responsible for line calls throughout the season,” said Allmendinger.

Connor Bender, Milbank, LB — The senior two-year starter made 40 tackles this fall, including five for loss, and also intercepted three passes.

“Connor was responsible for all the defensive calls. He may not be the biggest linebacker but is smart, reads well and consistently led our team in tackles every week,” said Allmendinger.

Bennett Schwenn, Milbank, DB — The senior all-around athlete, a four-year regular, also missed a handful of games due to injury before returning the spark the Bulldogs on their playoff run. He rushed for 476 yards and five touchdowns and caught 12 passes for 154 yards and another score.

“Bennett was a game-changing player,” said Allmendinger. “We often lined him up in the Wildcat formation and led him run. He rarely came off the field, playing both sides of the ball, while also handling kicks and punts.”

Karson Weber, Milbank, Special Teams — The 150-pound senior, like Schwenn, played all over the field for the Bulldogs. He returned eight kickoffs for 166 yards (20.8 average) and 10 punts for 217 (21.8 average) with a touchdown.

“Karson did a great job returning punts and kickoffs. He also was our best cornerback and played extensively on offense as a running back and receiver,” said Allmendinger.

CLASS 11B

Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley, QB — Puetz carried the Cossacks to an 8-2 season and capped an outstanding career by completing 100 of 164 passes for 1,776 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushing for 839 yards and 13 TDs. He finished his career as the school’s all-time leading passer with 4,592 yards and 54 TDs.

“Parker is an incredible player … throwing, running and hard-working. The complete player,” said Sioux Valley head coach Dan Hughes.

Damian Danzeisen, Sioux Valley, WR — Puetz’s top target this fall was Danziesen, a senior who hauled in 21 passes for 610 yards and nine scores. He added 383 yards rushing

“Damian is a very dynamic and explosive player who we couldn’t get the ball to enough,” said Hughes. “A great runner after the catch, he has elite speed and made people miss in the open field.”

Layson Lucas, Sioux Valley, OL — The 300-pound senior, a three-year starter, anchored the offensive line for an explosive Sioux Valley offense.

“Layson helped pave the way for Sioux Valley’s second consecutive 4,000-yard season,” said Hughes.

Carson Christopherson, Sioux Valley, LB — The Cossacks weren’t just about offense. Christopherson, a senior, led the defense with 129 tackles (13 per game) and finished as the school’s all-time leader with 369 tackles.

“Carson was a very intelligent, tough and intelligent player for us,” said Hughes.

CLASS 9AA

Ashton Hanson, Florence-Henry, RB — The Falcons enjoyed a very successful 7-2 season with Hanson producing 1,177 yards rushing with 20 touchdowns. The senior ended his career with 2,775 yards and 40 scores in two seasons.

“Ashton has been a workhorse for us the past two seasons,” said Florence-Henry head coach Travis Schmidt. “He earned All-State honors as a junior and did not disappoint this season by putting together another solid season. A lot of defenses had to make him a huge part of their game plan if they wanted to stop our offense and not too many of them were successful at stopping him.”

Michael Stevenson, Hamlin, OL — A year after advancing to the state Class 9AA championship, the Chargers had another strong year (7-3) with Stevenson, a 210-pound senior, on the line. The Chargers rushed for 2,001 yards and passed for 1,741 yards. He made 23 pancake blocks.

“Michael is a player who knows how to turn on the switch. He has a high motor and did whatever he could to help his team win,” said Hamlin head coach Jeff Sheehan. “He knew how to use his body to position himself correctly to create running lanes.”

Chase Kelly, Florence-Henry, DL — Another big-time lineman in the area was Kelly, a 270-pound senior for the Falcons. He notched 73 tackles (55 solos, 18 assists) with 25 of them for a loss, eight quarterback sacks, six fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. He finished his career with 97 solo tackles, 98 assists, 15.5 quarterback sacks, seven fumble recoveries and six forced fumbles.

“Chase was a dominant force on the defensive line. Many times, offenses would run away from him so we had to play at different spots to keep the offense guessing,” said Schmidt. “A lot of offenses would come to the line and call a play to run away from Chase, but they weren’t successful because he was still able to put up the impressive numbers he did.”

CLASS 9A

Kalen Garry, De Smet, RB — The Dakota Valley Conference’s most valuable player, the 195-pound senior helped lead the Bulldogs to a 10-1 season by rushing for 692 yards and 11 touchdowns, catching 18 passes for 451 yards and nine TDs and also added 172 return yards with two more scores.

“Kalen was a special player who made an impact in all three phases of the game,” said De Smet head coach Brendon Pitts. “He had the ability to make a big play every time he touched the ball.”

Rett Osthus, De Smet, WR — Another leader for the Bulldogs, the 180-pound senior caught 26 passes for 472 yards and eight TDs, ran for 244 yards and seven TDs and added 578 return yards with four more TDs on special teams.

“Rett was a big part of our success on offense and defense this year,” said Pitts. “He was a big playmaker that defenses had to adjust to try and defend.”

Damon Wilkinson, De Smet, OL — The 6-9, 260-pound junior helped pave the way for an offense that gained 1,846 yards on the ground and 1,191 through the air.

“When we needed yards the most, we often ran behind Damon,” said Pitts.

Colt Wilkinson, De Smet, Athlete — Wilkinson’s contributions also were many for the Bulldogs. He passed for 1,209 yards and 19 touchdowns, rushed for 290 yards and nine TDs and led the team in tackle for the third-straight year with 76 tackles.

“Colt is a player who made a ton of players for us on offense and defense,” said Pitts. “His toughness made him a hard player to block.”

Blake VanRegenmorter, De Smet, DL — The 6-3, 200-pound senior recorded 45 tackles, including five quarterback sacks.

“Blake was a big part of our defensive success, helping us hold opponents to an average of eight points per game,” said Pitts. “He played the game with a lot of heart and determination, which made him a tough player to go against.”

Jonah Wiersma, Castlewood, DL — Injuries took a toll for a Castlewood team that went 6-4, but Wiersma was a steady presence. The senior tallied 42 tackles with 8.5 tackles for a loss and 2.5 quarterback sacks to go along with a fumble recovery, one pass defended and a blocked punt.

“Jonah was the workhorse of the team. He was in the weight room all offseason making sure he was ready to take on his senior year,” said Castlewood head coach Doug Ruesink. “He was a silent leader for the team. He moved guys on offense and was relentless on defense.”

Carson Kirwan, Castlewood, DB — The junior missed 1.5 games with a knee injury but still recorded 26 tackles with 2.5 tackles for a loss, one quarterback sack, two fumble recoveries and one force fumble and seven passes defended. He earned honorable mention All-State honors as a junior.

“Carson was the most athletic player on the field for us and we did what we could to get him the ball as much as possible,” said Ruesink. “He was willing to adjust and learn new formations-positions to help make the team better.”

Aidan Fredrickson, Britton-Hecla, Special Teams — The 175-pound returned 24 kickoffs for 669 yards and three touchdowns and also averaged 32.1 yards per punt return for the Braves this fall.

“Aidan was a threat in the return game right away for us this year,” said Britton-Hecla head coach Jacob Skogstad. “We were able to have good starting field position on nearly every kickoff due to short kicks or big returns from Aidan.”

CLASS 9B

Ben Gustafson, Langford Area, Special Teams — The Lions struggled to a 1-8 season this fall, but that didn’t stop Gustafson, who served as the team’s quarterback, safety, kicker, punter and part-time return man. He punted 26 times for 826 yards (31.8 average), added 18 kickoffs for 642 yards (35.7 average) and returned five kicks for 103 yards and a touchdown. He also went 2-for-4 on extra-point kicks.

“Ben was a versatile player who never came off the field for us,” said Langford Area head coach Paul Raasch.

ALL-STATE TEAMS

CLASS 11A

• Quarterback: Jacob Knuth, Harrisburg

• TE/FB/HB: Peyton Carroll, Brandon Valley

• TE/FB/HB: Ryland Satter, O'Gorman 

• TE/FB/HB: Sam Hindbjorgen, Sioux Falls Lincoln

• Running back: Gavin Ross, Harrisburg

• Running back: Jordan Johnson, Brandon Valley

• Running back: Nelson Wright, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Wide Receiver: Griffin Wilde, Sioux Falls Jefferson 

• Wide Receiver: Josh Piper, Sioux Falls Washington 

• Wide Receiver: Lincoln Carlson, Harrisburg

• Offensive line: Joe Cotton, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

• Offensive line: Navarro Schunke, Brandon Valley

• Offensive line: Aiden Brink, Sioux Falls Washington 

• Offensive line: Jordan Larsen, Harrisburg

• Offensive line: Mason Jacobson, Harrisburg

• Offensive line: Elliott Renville, Sioux Falls Lincoln 

• Athlete: Taylen Ashley, Sioux Falls Jefferson

• Athlete: Bennett Dannenbring, O'Gorman 

• Athlete: Gabe Frerichs, Sioux Falls Washington 

• Athlete: Kyler Briest, Brandon Valley

• Defensive line: David Alpers III, O'Gorman

• Defensive line: Jackson Geerts, Sioux Falls Lincoln

• Defensive line: Christian Jepperson, Brandon Valley

• Defensive line: Abraham Myers, Sioux Falls Washington 

• Defensive line: Ayden Viox, Harrisburg

• Linebacker: Matt Goehring, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

• Linebacker: Kobe Lage, Sioux Falls Lincoln

• Linebacker: Gabe Guiterrez, Sioux Falls Lincoln

• Linebacker: Ryan Doll, Brandon Valley 

• Linebacker: Cade Larson, Harrisburg

• Defensive Back: Carter Bahrenfuss, Harrisburg

• Defensive Back: Matthew Agyeman, Sioux Falls Washington

• Defensive Back: Noah Thompson, Brandon Volley

• Defensive Back: Emmanuel Struck, O'Gorman

• Defensive Back: London Kolb, Sioux Falls Jefferson

• Special teams: Zach Brummels, Brandon Valley

• Special teams: Bryce Soli, Harrisburg

• All-American: Jacob Knuth, Harrisburg

Honorable Mention — Max Thomson, Sioux Falls Washington; Uriah Glynn, Rapid City Stevens; Andrew Walter, Harrisburg; Ben Goldy, Rapid City Stevens; Asmerom Mahammad, Sioux Falls Roosevelt; Owen Warren, Brandon Valley; Brandon Inman, Rapid City Stevens; Lane Ferguson, Sioux Falls Roosevelt; Carter Petersen, O'Gorman and Dylan Howard, Sioux Falls Roosevelt.

Class 11AA 

Quarterback: Lincoln Kienholz, Pierre 

• TE/FB/HB: Alec Voegele, Aberdeen Central 

• TE/FB/HB: Chase Van Tol, Tea Area

• Running back: Josh Grosdidier, Mitchell

• Running back: Hunter Gray, Brookings

• Running back: Karson Carda, Aberdeen Central

Wide receiver: Jack Merkwan, Pierre

Wide receiver: Cole Holden, Watertown

Wide receiver: Klayton Sattler, Tea Area

Offensive line: Thomas Ostrem, Tea Area

Offensive line: Jason Maciejczak, Douglas

Offensive line: Carson Haak, Yankton 

Offensive line: Brady Rohrbach, Aberdeen Central

• Offensive line: Brock Longville, Brookings 

• Offensive line: Paden Johnson, Watertown 

• Athlete: Sam Rohlfs, Aberdeen Central

• Athlete: Rugby Ryken, Yankton 

• Athlete: Cael Lundin, Tea Area

• Athlete: Konner Berndt, Sturgis

• Defensive line: Ethan Remington, Huron

• Defensive line: Reis Kirschenman, Tea Area

• Defensive line: Bodie Rutledge, Yankton

• Defensive line: Jaden Flor, Pierre

• Defensive line: Pierce Miller, Spearfish

• Linebacker: Joseph VanOverschelde, Mitchell

• Linebacker: Ben Althoff, Watertown 

• Linebacker: Reese Jacobs, Sturgis

• Linebacker: Jayden Beck, Huron

• Linebacker: Brady Hartwig, Spearfish 

Defensive back: Jeff Worth, Tea Area

Defensive back: Lincoln Hardin, Brookings

Defensive back: Cody Oswald, Yankton 

Defensive back: Parker Bauer, Aberdeen Central

Defensive back: Jacob Mayer, Pierre

• Special Teams: Trevor Paulson, Yankton 

• Special Teams: Payton Theodosopoulos, Brookings 

All-American: Joseph VanOverschelde, Mitchell

Honorable Mention — Drew Norberg, Watertown (2,125 yards passing with 18 TDs); Max Raab, Yankton; Tyler Sohler, Yankton; Ethan Remington, Huron; Christian Busch,  Pierre; Jagger Tyler, Mitchell; Jaxton Eck, Brookings; James Stewart, Yankton'; Jayden Wiebe, Pierre and Hunter Wientjes, Watertown (59 solo tackles, 27 solos and 32 assists, with four sacks and a safety).

Class 11A

Quarterback: Nate Ricke, Madison 

• TE/FB/HB: Marshall Voeltz, Milbank 

• TE/FB/HB: Jaden Witte, Sioux Falls Christian 

• TE/FB/HB: Beau Williams, Canton 

• Running back: Landon Ruesink, Dell Rapids 

• Running back: Jackson Arlt, Lennox 

• Running back: Isaiah Young, Sioux Falls Christian 

• Wide receiver: Braden Dierickx, West Central 

• Wide receiver: Steven Christion, Lennox

• Wide receiver: Payton Eben, Canton 

• Offensive line: Marshall Baldwin, Canton 

• Offensive line: Gabe Olson, Madison

• Offensive line: Zach Brady, Vermillion 

• Offensive line: Jace Rufer, Milbank 

• Offensive line: Jacob Stubbe, Lennox

• Offensive line: Connor Christensen

• Athlete: Mike Peters, Madison

• Athlete: Quincy Means, Lakota Tech

• Defensive Line: Cameron Buchholtz, Madison

• Defensive Line: Zach Madsen, West Central

• Defensive Line: Avery Herting, Canton

• Defensive Line: Mitchell Nelson, Sioux Falls Christian

Linebacker: Trey Smith, Madison

Linebacker: Logan Maras, West Central

Linebacker: Nick Sorensen, Vermillion

Linebacker: Connor Bender, Milbank 

• Defensive back: Bennett Schwenn, Milbank

• Defensive back: Gage Tennyson, Custer

• Defensive back: Jack Kratz, Vermillion 

• Defensive back: Brayden Pankonen, Dell Rapids

• Special teams: Austin Henry, Dell Rapids

• Special teams: Karson Weber, Milbank 

• All-American: Trey Smith, Madison

Honorable Mention — Gavin Koch, West Central; Noah Hutmacher, Chamberlain; Peyton Wolf, Madison; Evan VanScoyk, Dakota Valley; Josh Kreber, Canton; Gabe Heck, Belle Fourche; Quade Parker, Custer Dossen Elmore, Custer.

Class 11B

• Quarterback: Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley

• TE/FB/HB: Nolan Dvorak, Wagner

• TE/FB/HB: Mason Schelske, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

• Running back: Riley Orel, Winner

• Running back: Koby Kayser, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

• Running back: Clay Olinger, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

• Wide receiver: Cody Miles, McCook Central/Montrose

• Wide receiver: Damian Danziesen, Sioux Valley

• Wide receiver: Isaiah Richards, Beresford 

• Offensive line: Charley Pravacek, Winner

• Offensive line: Quinten Christensen, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

• Offensive line: Achilles Willuweit, Winner

• Offensive line: Cole Pranger, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

• Offensive line: Layson Lucas, Sioux Valley

Offensive line: Noah Larson, Elk Point-Jefferson

• Athlete: Reed Rus, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

• Athlete: Dustin Honomichl, Wagner

Defensive line: Joey Cole, Winner

• Defensive line: Jackson Vesely, Winner 

• Defensive line: Jacob Lichtenberg, Elk Point-Jefferson 

Defensive line: Ashton Tjaden, Beresford

• Linebacker: Brynn Thompson, Hot Springs

• Linebacker: Carson Christopherson, Sioux Valley

• Linebacker: Kaden Klumb, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

• Linebacker: Matt Larson, St. Thomas Moore

• Defensive back: Kaden Keiser, Winner

• Defensive back: Matthew Martinez, Roncalli. 

• Defensive back: Favian Sanchez, Groton Area

• Defensive back: Sutton Arend, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

• Special teams: Jackson Isakson, Roncalli. 

• Special teams: Lincoln Klooz, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

• All-American: Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley

Honorable Mention — Gavin Gordon, McCook Central/Montrose; Tash Lunday, Flandreau; Benjamin Swatek, Elk Point-Jefferson; Jedidah Sullivan, St. Thomas Moore; Hunter Bailey, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan; Will Cleveland, McCook Central/Montrose; Kaden Kurtz, Groton Area; Avery Nichols, Clark/Willow Lake (18 solo tackles, 11 assists); Jaydon Keller, Webster Area (stats not available); Dryck Two Bulls, Bennett County; Chris Nelson, Wagner and Treyton Saylar, Jim River.

Class 9AA

Quarterback: Dylan Kindt, Garretson 

• FB/HB: Brock Tuttle, Hanson

FB/HB: Jayce Lawrence, Timber Lake 

Running back: Hank Kraft, Timber Lake 

Running back: Isiah Robertson, Canistota/Freeman

• Running back: Ashton Hanson, Florence/Henry

• Wide receiver: Cooper Long, Garretson 

Wide receiver: Will Ortman, Canistota/Freeman 

• Tight end: Caden Foxley, Platte-Geddes

• Offensive line: Trace Ortman, Canistota/Freeman

• Offensive line: Royce Finney, Platte-Geddes

• Offensive line: Zach Geditz, Ipswich

• Offensive line: Michael Stevenson, Hamlin

• Offensive line: TJ Moran, Lyman 

• Athlete: Colten Collins, Lyman 

• Athlete: Jovi Wolf, Chester

• Defensive line: Riley Heiberger, Canistota/Freeman

• Defensive line: Tell Mollman, Lemmon/McIntosh 

• Defensive line: Chase Kelly, Florence/Henry

• Defensive line: Conner Kessler, Viborg-Hurley

• Linebacker: Grayson Hanson, Platte-Geddes

• Linebacker: Stratton Eppard, Chester Area 

• Linebacker: Noah Kleinsasser, Canistota/Freeman

• Linebacker: Luke Peterson, Ipswich

• Defensive back: Ryan Benson, Chester Area

• Defensive back: Isaac Crownover, Bon Homme

• Defensive back: Jackson Neuman, Platte-Geddes

• Special teams: Jackson Olsen, Platte-Geddes

• Special teams: Jenna VanHolland, Garretson

Honorable Mention — Xander Sheehan, Hamlin (1,705 yards passing with 18 TDs and 547 yards rushing with eight TDs); Hadley Wallace, Hanson; Tanner Miller, Lemmon/McIntosh; Max Scott, Parkston; Chayse Weber, Parkston; Ty Kadlec, Ipswich; Luke Fraser, Hamlin (967 yards rushing and 10 TDs and 23 catches for 456 yards and six TDs); Cole Prunty, Parkston; Vincent Petrich, Leola/Frederick; Stran Scott, Stanley County; Brock Wages, Chester Area; Carson Gohl, Ipswich and Jackson Jarding, Hanson.

Class 9A

• Quarterback: Tray Hettick, Herreid/Selby Area.

• Running back: John Callies, Howard

• Running back: Brenden Begeman, Herreid/Selby Area. 

• Running back: Kalen Garry, De Smet

• Running back: Cedar Amiotte, Wall

• Wide receiver: Rylan McDonnell, Wall

• Wide receiver: Rett Osthus, De Smet

• Tight end: Jace Sifore, Howard

• Offensive line: Chance Gregg, Herreid/Selby Area. 

• Offensive line: Kaden Hofer, Howard 

• Offensive line: Damon Wilkinson, De Smet 

• Offensive line: Cayne Krogman, Wall

• Athlete, Colt Wilkinson, De Smet 

• Athlete, Taron Serr, Burke 

Defensive line: Atticus Darnell, Howard

• Defensive line: Norman Livermont, Wall

• Defensive line: Jonah Wiersma, Castlewood 

• Defensive line: Blake Van Regenmorter, De Smet

• Defensive line: Reece Ohrtman, Kadoka Area

• Linebacker: Trey Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area 

• Linebacker Trevor Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area.

• Linebacker: Ty Beyer, Howard

• Linebacker: Dawson Hanson, Warner 

• Defensive back: Marrion Gohn, Wolsey-Wessington

• Defensive back: Carson Kirwan, Castlewood

• Defensive back: Will Matson, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland

• Special teams: Blair Blasius, Wall 

• Special teams: Aidan Fredrickson, Britton-Hecla. 

• All-American: Ty Beyer, Howard

Honorable Mention — Burk Blasius, Wall; Keegan Haider, Wolsey-Wessington; Trevor Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area; BoDell Davidson, Britton-Hecla (519 yards rushing and six TDs); Bryce Frank, Burke; Kade Krutzfeldt, Wolsey-Wessington; Kade Stukel, Gregory; Kadyn Fast, De Smet (stats not available) and Tory Holland, De Smet (stats not available).

Class 9B

• Quarterback: Grant Luikens, Potter County 

• FB/HB: Andrew Gustad, Gayville-Volin

• Running back: Brady Bierema, Avon

• Running back: Jovey Christensen, Alcester-Hudson

• Runningback: Erik Salmen, Hitchcock-Tulare

• Wide receiver: Kyle Hirsch, Gayville-Volin

• Wide receiver: Drake Bassett, Potter County

• Tight end: Lincoln Thury, Avon

• Offensive line: John Pica, Dell Rapids St. Mary 

• Offensive line: Kley Heumiller, Avon 

• Offensive line: Grey Gilbert, Harding County 

• Offensive line: Jacob Kemmer, Alcester-Hudson 

• Athlete: Nick Gasper, Dells St. Mary

• Athlete: Logan Albers, New Underwood

• Defensive line: Hunter Niederbaumer, Faulkton

• Defensive line: Jesse Schall, Sully Buttes

• Defensive line: Gabriel Lindeman, Dell Rapids St. Mary

• Defensive line: Colt Wieseler, Potter County 

• Linebacker: Cooper Logan, Potter County

Linebacker: Kyle Hamilton, Hitchcock-Tulare

Linebacker: Simon Bowar, Faulkton

Linebacker: Caden VanDrongelen, Corsica/Stickney

• Defensive back: Emmitt Richter, New Underwood

• Defensive back: Parker Geditz, Faulkton

• Defensive back: Ty Brown, Dell Rapids St. Mary

• Special teams: Ben Gustafson, Langford Area

• Special teams: Cade Martian, Harding County

Honorable Mention — Riley Rucktaeschel, Avon; Keegan Hett, Harding County; Hunter Niederbaumer, Faulkton; Jack Boomsma, Hitchcock-Tulare; Gabe Bushong, Faith and Alex Tanner, Potter County.

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Watertown seniors among 24 area players named to South Dakota Football Coaches Association’s All-State teams


Watertown High School seniors Cole Holden, Paden Johnson and Ben Althoff are among 24 area players who have been named to the South Dakota Football Coaches Association’s 2021 All-State football teams.

Another nine area players, including Arrow seniors Drew Norberg and Hunter Wientjes, received honorable mention on their respective squads.

The area honorees include:

CLASS 11AA

Cole Holden, Watertown, WR — The senior become the first receiver in school history to surpass 1,000 yards in a season, finishing with 44 catches for 1,121 yards and 14 touchdowns. He made 54 catches for 1,321 yards and 17 scores in his career.

“Cole was one of our team captains and a leader on the field,” said Watertown head coach John Hodorff. “He is a playmaker who did anything that was asked of him at any time.”

Paden Johnson, Watertown, Chase new credit card phone number — The 6-foot-8, 295-pound senior was a two-year starter and anchored the offensive line for an Arrow offense that produced 3,126 yards of total offense this fall.

“Paden developed into a very good offensive lineman and his footwork for his size is impressive,” said Hodorff. “He was very reliable and a key piece to the success we had on offense.”

Ben Althoff, Watertown, LB — The 180-pound senior re-wrote the school record book with 147 tackles (70 solos and 77 assists) this season and became the school’s all-time leader with 237 tackles. He also recorded 12 tackles for a loss, three quarterback sacks and recovered two fumbles in 2021.

“Ben was a leader for our team on and off the field,” said Hodorff. “He's a very competitive person who expected the same from everyone around him.”

CLASS 11A

Marshall Voeltz, Milbank, TE-FB-HB — A severe injury knocked Voeltz out in the fifth game of the season but the senior returned during a late-season run that propelled Milbank into the state Class 11A championship game. He finished with 67 rushes for 379 yards and six touchdowns and also caught 12 passes for 89 sears citibank credit card phone number was arguably our best football player,” said Milbank head coach Brian Allmendinger. “He was an exceptional blocker and helped the line with calls while also being heavily counted on to run the ball.”

Jace Rufer, Milbank, OL — The 211-pound senior anchored a line that helped the Bulldogs rush for 190 yards per game.

“Jace was our best offensive lineman and responsible for line calls throughout the season,” said Allmendinger.

Connor Bender, Milbank, LB — The senior two-year starter made 40 tackles this fall, including five for loss, and also intercepted three passes.

“Connor was responsible for all the defensive calls. He may not be the biggest linebacker but is smart, reads well and consistently led our team in tackles every week,” said Allmendinger.

Bennett Schwenn, Milbank, DB — The senior all-around athlete, a four-year regular, also missed a handful of games due to injury before returning the spark the Bulldogs on their playoff run. He rushed for 476 yards and five touchdowns and caught 12 passes for 154 yards and another score.

“Bennett was a game-changing player,” said Allmendinger. “We often lined him up in the Wildcat formation and led him run. He rarely came off the field, playing both sides of the ball, while also handling kicks and punts.”

Karson Weber, Milbank, Special Teams — The 150-pound senior, like Schwenn, played all over the field for the Bulldogs. He returned eight kickoffs for 166 yards (20.8 average) and 10 punts for 217 (21.8 average) with a touchdown.

“Karson did a great job returning punts and kickoffs. He also was our best cornerback and played extensively on offense as a running back and receiver,” said Allmendinger.

CLASS 11B

Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley, QB — Puetz carried the Cossacks to an 8-2 season and capped an outstanding career by completing 100 of 164 passes for 1,776 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushing for 839 yards and 13 TDs. He finished his career as the school’s all-time leading passer with 4,592 yards and 54 TDs.

“Parker is an incredible player … throwing, running and hard-working. The complete player,” said Sioux Valley head coach Dan Hughes.

Damian Danzeisen, Sioux Valley, WR — Puetz’s top target this fall was Danziesen, a senior who hauled in 21 passes for 610 yards and nine scores. He added 383 yards rushing

“Damian is a very dynamic and explosive player who we couldn’t get the ball to enough,” said Hughes. “A great runner after the catch, he has elite speed and made people miss in the open field.”

Layson Lucas, Sioux Valley, OL — The 300-pound senior, a three-year starter, anchored the offensive line for an explosive Sioux Valley offense.

“Layson helped pave the way for Sioux 53 bank hours near me second consecutive 4,000-yard season,” said Hughes.

Carson Christopherson, Sioux Valley, LB — The Cossacks weren’t just about offense. Christopherson, a senior, led the defense with 129 tackles (13 per game) and finished as the school’s all-time leader with 369 tackles.

“Carson was a very intelligent, tough and intelligent player for us,” said Hughes.

CLASS 9AA

Ashton Hanson, Florence-Henry, RB — The Falcons enjoyed a very successful 7-2 season with Hanson producing 1,177 yards rushing with 20 touchdowns. The senior ended his career with 2,775 yards and 40 scores in two seasons.

“Ashton has been a workhorse for us the past two seasons,” said Florence-Henry head coach Travis Schmidt. “He earned All-State honors as a junior and did not disappoint this season by putting together another solid season. A lot of defenses had to make him a huge part of their game plan if they wanted to stop our offense and not too many of them were successful at stopping him.”

Michael Stevenson, Hamlin, OL — A year after advancing to the state Class 9AA championship, the Chargers had another strong year (7-3) with Stevenson, a 210-pound senior, on the line. The Chargers rushed for 2,001 yards and passed for 1,741 yards. He made 23 pancake blocks.

“Michael is a player who knows how to turn on the switch. He has a high motor and did whatever he could to help his team win,” said Hamlin head coach Jeff Lego f 14 tomcat. “He knew how to use his body to position himself correctly to create running lanes.”

Chase Kelly, Florence-Henry, DL — Another big-time lineman in the area was Kelly, a 270-pound senior for the Falcons. He notched 73 tackles (55 solos, 18 assists) with 25 of them for a loss, eight quarterback sacks, six fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. He finished his career with 97 solo tackles, 98 assists, 15.5 quarterback sacks, seven fumble recoveries and six forced fumbles.

“Chase was a dominant force on the defensive line. Many times, offenses would run away from him so we had to play at different spots to keep the offense guessing,” said Schmidt. “A lot of offenses would come to the line and call a play to run away from Chase, but they weren’t successful because he was still able to put up the impressive numbers he did.”

CLASS 9A

Kalen Garry, De Smet, RB — The Dakota Valley Conference’s most valuable player, the 195-pound senior helped lead the Bulldogs to a 10-1 season by rushing for 692 yards and 11 touchdowns, catching 18 passes for 451 yards and nine TDs and also added 172 return yards with two more scores.

“Kalen was a special player who made an impact in all three phases of the game,” said De Smet head coach Brendon Pitts. “He had the ability to make a big play every time he touched the ball.”

Rett Osthus, De Smet, WR — Another leader for the Bulldogs, south dakota state football alumni 180-pound senior caught 26 passes for 472 yards and eight TDs, ran for 244 yards and seven TDs and added 578 return yards with four more TDs on special teams.

“Rett was a big part of our success on offense and defense this year,” said Pitts. “He was a big playmaker that defenses had to adjust to try and defend.”

Damon Wilkinson, De Smet, OL — The 6-9, 260-pound junior helped pave the way for an offense that gained 1,846 yards on the ground and 1,191 through the air.

“When we needed yards the most, we often ran behind Damon,” said Pitts.

Colt Wilkinson, De Smet, Athlete — Wilkinson’s contributions also were many for the Bulldogs. He passed for 1,209 yards and 19 touchdowns, rushed for 290 yards and nine TDs and led the team in tackle for the third-straight year with 76 tackles.

“Colt is a player who made a ton of players for us on offense and defense,” said Pitts. “His toughness made him a hard player to block.”

Blake VanRegenmorter, De Smet, DL — The 6-3, 200-pound senior recorded 45 tackles, including five quarterback sacks.

“Blake was a big part of our defensive success, helping us hold opponents to an average of eight points per game,” said Pitts. “He played the game with a lot of heart and determination, which made him a tough player to go against.”

Jonah Wiersma, Castlewood, DL — Injuries took a toll for a Castlewood team that went 6-4, but Wiersma was a steady presence. The senior tallied 42 tackles with 8.5 tackles for a loss and 2.5 quarterback sacks to go along with a fumble recovery, one pass defended and a blocked punt.

“Jonah was the workhorse of the team. He was in the weight room all offseason making sure he was ready to take on his senior year,” said Castlewood head coach Doug Ruesink. “He was a silent leader for the team. He moved guys on offense and was relentless on defense.”

Carson Kirwan, Castlewood, DB south dakota state football alumni The junior missed 1.5 games with a bank of america employee rewards injury but still recorded 26 tackles with 2.5 tackles for a loss, one quarterback sack, two fumble recoveries and one force fumble and seven passes defended. He earned honorable mention All-State honors as a junior.

“Carson was the most athletic player on the field for us and we did what we could to get him the ball as much as possible,” said Ruesink. “He was willing to adjust and learn new formations-positions to help make the team better.”

Aidan Fredrickson, Britton-Hecla, Special Teams — The 175-pound returned 24 kickoffs for 669 yards and three touchdowns and also averaged 32.1 yards per punt return for the Braves this fall.

“Aidan was a threat in the return game right away for us this year,” said Britton-Hecla head coach Jacob Skogstad. “We were able to have good starting field position on nearly every kickoff due to short kicks or big returns from Aidan.”

CLASS 9B

Ben Gustafson, Langford Area, Special Teams — The Lions struggled to a 1-8 season this fall, but that didn’t stop Gustafson, who served as the team’s quarterback, safety, kicker, punter and part-time return man. He punted 26 times for 826 yards (31.8 average), added 18 kickoffs for 642 yards (35.7 average) and returned five kicks for 103 yards and a touchdown. He also went 2-for-4 on extra-point kicks.

“Ben was a versatile player who never came off the field for us,” said Langford Area head coach Paul Raasch.

ALL-STATE TEAMS

CLASS 11A

• Quarterback: Jacob Knuth, Harrisburg

• TE/FB/HB: Peyton Carroll, Brandon Valley

• TE/FB/HB: Ryland Satter, O'Gorman 

• TE/FB/HB: Sam Hindbjorgen, Sioux Falls Lincoln

• Running back: Gavin Ross, Harrisburg

• Running back: Jordan Johnson, Brandon Valley

• Running back: Nelson Wright, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Wide Receiver: Griffin Wilde, Sioux Falls Jefferson 

• Wide Receiver: Josh Piper, Sioux Falls Washington 

• Wide Receiver: Lincoln Carlson, Harrisburg

• Offensive line: Joe Cotton, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

• Offensive line: Navarro Schunke, Brandon Valley

• Offensive line: Aiden Brink, Sioux Falls Washington 

• Offensive line: Jordan Larsen, Harrisburg

• Offensive line: Mason Jacobson, Harrisburg

• Offensive line: Elliott Renville, Sioux Falls Lincoln 

• Athlete: Taylen Ashley, Sioux Falls Jefferson

• Athlete: Bennett Dannenbring, O'Gorman 

• Athlete: Gabe Frerichs, Sioux Falls Washington 

• Athlete: Kyler Briest, Brandon Valley

• Defensive line: David Alpers III, O'Gorman

• Defensive line: Jackson Geerts, Sioux Falls Lincoln

• Defensive line: Christian Jepperson, Brandon Valley

• Defensive line: Abraham Myers, Sioux Falls Washington 

• Defensive line: Ayden Viox, Harrisburg

• Linebacker: Matt Goehring, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

• Linebacker: Kobe Lage, Sioux Falls Lincoln

• Linebacker: Gabe Guiterrez, Sioux Falls Lincoln

• Linebacker: Ryan Doll, Brandon Valley 

• Linebacker: Cade Larson, Harrisburg

• Defensive Back: Carter Bahrenfuss, Harrisburg

• Defensive Back: Matthew Agyeman, Sioux Falls Washington

• Defensive Back: Noah Thompson, Brandon Volley

• Defensive Back: Emmanuel Struck, O'Gorman

• Defensive Back: London Kolb, Sioux Falls Jefferson

• Special teams: Zach Brummels, Brandon Valley

• Special teams: Bryce Soli, Harrisburg

• All-American: Jacob Knuth, Harrisburg

Honorable Mention — Max Thomson, Sioux Falls Washington; Uriah Glynn, Rapid City Stevens; Andrew Walter, Harrisburg; Ben Goldy, Rapid City Stevens; Asmerom Mahammad, Sioux Falls Roosevelt; Owen Warren, Brandon Valley; Brandon Inman, Rapid City Stevens; Lane Ferguson, Sioux Falls Roosevelt; Carter Petersen, O'Gorman and Dylan Howard, Sioux Falls Roosevelt.

Class 11AA 

Quarterback: Lincoln Kienholz, Pierre 

• TE/FB/HB: Alec Voegele, Aberdeen Central 

• TE/FB/HB: Chase Van Tol, Tea Area

• Running back: Josh Grosdidier, Mitchell

• Running back: Hunter Gray, Brookings

• Running back: Karson Carda, Aberdeen Central

Wide receiver: Jack Merkwan, Pierre

Wide receiver: Cole Holden, Watertown

Wide receiver: Klayton Sattler, Tea Area

Offensive line: Thomas Ostrem, Tea Area

Offensive line: Jason Maciejczak, Douglas

Offensive line: Carson Haak, Yankton 

Offensive line: Brady Rohrbach, Aberdeen Central

• Offensive line: Brock Longville, Suntrust careers nc Offensive line: Paden Johnson, Watertown 

• Athlete: Sam Rohlfs, Aberdeen Central

• Athlete: Rugby Ryken, Yankton 

• Athlete: Cael Lundin, Tea Area

• Athlete: Konner Berndt, Sturgis

• Defensive line: Ethan Remington, Huron

• Defensive line: Reis Kirschenman, Tea Area

• Defensive line: Bodie Rutledge, Yankton

• Defensive line: Jaden Flor, Pierre

• Defensive line: Pierce Miller, Spearfish

• Linebacker: Joseph VanOverschelde, Mitchell

• Linebacker: Ben Althoff, Watertown 

• Linebacker: Reese Jacobs, Sturgis

• Linebacker: Jayden Beck, Huron

• Linebacker: Brady Hartwig, Spearfish 

Defensive back: Jeff Worth, Tea Area

Defensive back: Lincoln Hardin, Brookings

Defensive back: Cody Oswald, Yankton 

Defensive back: Parker Bauer, Aberdeen Central

Defensive back: Jacob Mayer, Pierre

• Special Teams: Trevor Paulson, Yankton 

• Special Teams: Payton Theodosopoulos, Brookings 

All-American: Joseph VanOverschelde, Mitchell

Honorable Mention — Drew Norberg, Watertown (2,125 yards passing with 18 TDs); Max Raab, Yankton; Tyler Sohler, Yankton; Ethan Remington, Huron; Christian Busch,  Pierre; Jagger Tyler, Mitchell; Jaxton Eck, Brookings; James Stewart, Yankton'; Jayden Wiebe, Pierre and Hunter Wientjes, Watertown (59 solo tackles, 27 solos and 32 assists, with four sacks and a safety).

Class 11A

Quarterback: Nate Ricke, Madison 

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• TE/FB/HB: Jaden Witte, Sioux Falls Christian 

• TE/FB/HB: Beau Williams, Canton 

• Running back: Landon Ruesink, Dell Rapids 

• Running back: Jackson Arlt, Lennox 

• Running back: Isaiah Young, Sioux Falls Christian 

• Wide receiver: Braden Dierickx, West Central 

• Wide receiver: Steven Christion, Lennox

• Wide receiver: Payton Eben, Canton 

• Offensive line: Marshall Baldwin, Canton 

• Offensive line: Gabe Olson, Madison

• Offensive line: Zach Brady, Vermillion 

• Offensive line: Jace Rufer, Milbank 

• Offensive line: Jacob Stubbe, Lennox

• Offensive line: Connor Christensen

• Athlete: Mike Peters, Madison

• Athlete: Quincy Means, Lakota Tech

• Defensive Line: Cameron Buchholtz, Madison

• Defensive Line: Zach Madsen, West Central

• Defensive Line: Avery Herting, Canton

• Defensive Line: Mitchell Nelson, Sioux Falls Christian

Linebacker: Trey Smith, Madison

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Linebacker: Connor Bender, Milbank 

• Defensive back: Bennett Schwenn, Milbank

• Defensive back: Gage Tennyson, Custer

• Defensive back: Jack Kratz, Vermillion 

• Defensive back: Brayden Pankonen, Dell Rapids

• Special teams: Austin Henry, Dell Rapids

• Special teams: Karson Weber, Milbank 

• All-American: Trey Smith, Madison

Honorable Mention — Gavin Koch, West Central; Noah Hutmacher, Chamberlain; Peyton Wolf, Madison; Evan VanScoyk, Dakota Valley; Josh Kreber, Canton; Gabe Heck, Belle Fourche; Quade Parker, Custer Dossen Elmore, Custer.

Class 11B

• Quarterback: Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley

• TE/FB/HB: Nolan Dvorak, Wagner

• TE/FB/HB: Mason Schelske, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

• Running back: Riley Orel, Winner

• Running back: Koby Kayser, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

• Running back: Clay Olinger, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

• Wide receiver: Cody Miles, McCook Central/Montrose

• Wide receiver: Damian Danziesen, Sioux Valley

• Wide receiver: Isaiah Richards, Beresford 

• Offensive line: Charley Pravacek, Winner

• Offensive line: Quinten Christensen, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

• Offensive line: Achilles Willuweit, Winner

• Offensive line: Cole Pranger, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

• Offensive line: Layson Lucas, Sioux Valley

Offensive line: Noah Larson, Elk Point-Jefferson

• Athlete: Reed Rus, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

• Athlete: Dustin Honomichl, Wagner

Defensive line: Joey Cole, Winner

• Defensive line: Jackson Vesely, Winner 

• Defensive line: Jacob Lichtenberg, Elk Point-Jefferson 

Defensive line: Ashton Tjaden, Beresford

• Linebacker: Brynn Thompson, Hot Springs

• Linebacker: Carson Christopherson, Sioux Valley

• Linebacker: Kaden Klumb, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

• Linebacker: Matt Larson, St. Thomas Moore

• Defensive back: Kaden Keiser, Winner

• Defensive back: Matthew Martinez, Roncalli. 

• Defensive back: Favian Sanchez, Groton Area

• Defensive back: Sutton Arend, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

• Special teams: Jackson Isakson, Roncalli. 

• Special teams: Lincoln Klooz, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

• All-American: Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley

Honorable Mention — Gavin Gordon, McCook Central/Montrose; Tash Lunday, Flandreau; Benjamin Swatek, Elk Point-Jefferson; Jedidah Sullivan, St. Thomas Moore; Hunter Bailey, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan; Will Cleveland, McCook Central/Montrose; Kaden Kurtz, Groton Area; Avery Nichols, Clark/Willow Lake (18 solo tackles, 11 assists); Jaydon Keller, Webster Area (stats not available); Dryck Two Bulls, Bennett County; Chris Nelson, Wagner and Treyton Saylar, Jim River.

Class 9AA

Quarterback: Dylan Kindt, Garretson 

• FB/HB: Brock Tuttle, Hanson

FB/HB: Jayce Lawrence, Timber Lake 

Running back: Hank Kraft, Timber Lake 

Running back: Isiah Robertson, Canistota/Freeman

• Running back: Ashton Hanson, Florence/Henry

• Wide receiver: Cooper Long, Garretson 

Wide receiver: Will Ortman, Canistota/Freeman 

• Tight end: Caden Foxley, Platte-Geddes

• Offensive line: Trace Ortman, Canistota/Freeman

• Offensive line: Royce Finney, Platte-Geddes

• Offensive line: Zach Geditz, Ipswich

• Offensive line: Michael Stevenson, Hamlin

• Offensive line: TJ Moran, Lyman 

• Athlete: Colten Collins, Lyman 

• Athlete: Jovi Wolf, Chester

• Defensive line: Riley Heiberger, Canistota/Freeman

• Defensive line: Tell Mollman, Lemmon/McIntosh 

• Defensive line: Chase Kelly, Florence/Henry

• Defensive line: Conner Kessler, Viborg-Hurley

• Linebacker: Grayson Hanson, Platte-Geddes

• Linebacker: Stratton Eppard, Chester Area 

• Linebacker: Noah Kleinsasser, Canistota/Freeman

• Linebacker: Luke Peterson, Ipswich

• Defensive back: Ryan Benson, Chester Area

• Defensive back: Isaac Crownover, Bon Homme

• Defensive back: Jackson Neuman, Platte-Geddes

• Special teams: Jackson Olsen, Platte-Geddes

• Special teams: Jenna VanHolland, Garretson

Honorable Mention — Xander Sheehan, Hamlin (1,705 yards passing with 18 TDs and 547 yards rushing with eight TDs); Hadley Wallace, Hanson; Tanner Miller, Lemmon/McIntosh; Max Scott, Parkston; Chayse Weber, Parkston; Ty Kadlec, Ipswich; Luke Fraser, Hamlin (967 yards rushing and 10 TDs and 23 catches for 456 yards and six TDs); Cole Prunty, Parkston; Vincent Petrich, Leola/Frederick; Stran Scott, Stanley County; Brock Wages, Chester Area; Carson Gohl, Ipswich and Jackson Jarding, Hanson.

Class 9A

• Quarterback: Tray Hettick, Herreid/Selby Area.

• Running back: John Callies, Howard

• Running back: Brenden Begeman, Herreid/Selby Area. 

• Running back: Kalen Garry, De Smet

• Running back: Cedar Amiotte, Wall

• Wide receiver: Rylan McDonnell, Wall

• Wide receiver: Rett Osthus, De Smet

• Tight end: Jace Sifore, Howard

• Offensive line: Chance Gregg, Herreid/Selby Area. 

• Offensive line: Kaden Hofer, Howard 

• Offensive line: Damon Wilkinson, De Smet 

• Offensive line: Cayne Krogman, Wall

• Athlete, Colt Wilkinson, De Smet 

• Athlete, Taron Serr, Burke 

Defensive line: Atticus Darnell, Howard

• Defensive line: Norman Livermont, Wall

• Defensive line: Jonah Wiersma, Castlewood 

• Defensive line: Blake Van Regenmorter, De Smet

• Defensive line: Reece Ohrtman, Kadoka Area

• Linebacker: Trey Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area 

• Linebacker Trevor Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area.

• Linebacker: Ty Beyer, Howard

• Linebacker: Dawson Hanson, Warner 

• Defensive back: Marrion Gohn, Wolsey-Wessington

• Defensive back: Carson Kirwan, Castlewood

• Defensive back: Will Matson, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland

• Special teams: Blair Blasius, Wall 

• Special teams: Aidan Fredrickson, Britton-Hecla. 

• All-American: Ty Beyer, Howard

Honorable Mention — Burk Blasius, Wall; Keegan Haider, Wolsey-Wessington; Trevor Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area; BoDell Davidson, Britton-Hecla (519 yards rushing and six TDs); Bryce Frank, Burke; Kade Krutzfeldt, Wolsey-Wessington; Kade Stukel, Gregory; Kadyn Fast, De Smet (stats not available) and Tory Holland, De Smet (stats state bank of india saral login available).

Class 9B

• Quarterback: Grant Luikens, Potter County 

• FB/HB: Andrew Gustad, Gayville-Volin

• Running back: Brady Bierema, Avon

• Running back: Jovey Christensen, Alcester-Hudson

• Runningback: Erik Salmen, Hitchcock-Tulare

• Wide receiver: Kyle Hirsch, Gayville-Volin

• Wide receiver: Drake Bassett, Potter County

• Tight end: Lincoln Thury, Avon

• Offensive line: John Pica, Dell Rapids St. Mary 

• Offensive line: Kley Heumiller, Avon 

• Offensive line: Grey Gilbert, Harding County 

• Offensive line: Jacob Kemmer, Alcester-Hudson 

• Athlete: Nick Gasper, Dells St. Mary

• Athlete: Logan Albers, New Underwood

• Defensive line: Hunter Niederbaumer, Faulkton

• Defensive line: Jesse Schall, Sully Buttes

• Defensive line: Gabriel Lindeman, Dell Rapids St. Mary

• Defensive line: Colt Wieseler, Potter County 

• Linebacker: Cooper Logan, Potter County

Linebacker: Kyle Hamilton, Hitchcock-Tulare

Linebacker: Simon Bowar, Faulkton

Linebacker: Caden VanDrongelen, Corsica/Stickney

• Defensive back: Emmitt Richter, New Underwood

• Defensive back: Parker Geditz, Faulkton

• Defensive back: Ty Brown, Dell Rapids St. Mary

• Special teams: Ben Gustafson, Langford Area

• Special teams: Cade Martian, Harding County

Honorable Mention — Riley Rucktaeschel, Avon; Keegan Hett, Harding County; Hunter Niederbaumer, Faulkton; Jack Boomsma, Hitchcock-Tulare; Gabe Bushong, Faith and Alex Tanner, Potter County.

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Jackrabbits are no patsy. South Dakota State was the 2020-21 FCS national runner-up and is ranked No. 3 in the preseason FCS rankings. The Jackrabbits finished 8-2 last year (5-1 Missouri Valley), losing to Sam Houston State (23-21) on a late touchdown in the title game on May 27. Just about everyone of note from that squad is back, with 10 starters returning on each side of the ball, plus two specialists. One glaring exception: QB Mark Gronowski, who suffered an injury in the first quarter of the national title game, will miss all of 2021.

McBride’s opening act. Rams senior Trey McBride, a 2020 All-American from Fort Morgan, is Todd McShay’s No. 1-ranked tight end on his NFL Draft Big Board and the No. 27 overall prospect. McBride has nine career touchdown receptions, one behind Joel Dreesen for second place in program history. McBride is among 33 Rams who are seniors or beyond, including his older brother, Toby, a “super” senior defensive lineman.

Rams vs. FCS. CSU is www fnb com login an FCS opponent for the 10th time in the past 11 years. The Rams, who are 2-0 all-time against SDSU (last meeting 1966), are 7-2 in those games, but that includes an embarrassing home loss to Illinois State (35-19) just three years ago. While the Jackrabbits are a solid FCS program, they are just 1-9 against FBS teams. The Jackrabbits’ only win came in the 2015 season opener at Kansas, 41-38.

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Searching for points. The Jackrabbits ranked No. 5 in FCS scoring defense last season, allowing just 15 points per game. They allowed 287.9 of total yardage per game. CSU’s offense averaged just 22.2 points in 2020 and had a poor 46.0% red-zone touchdown efficiency in its four games — all against Mountain West competition. The Rams’ third-down conversation rate was just 22%.

Key matchups

CSU D-line vs. Rabbits. The Rams return 2020 All-Mountain West first-team defensive end Scott Patchan and every other member of a defensive front that led the nation in tackles for loss per game last season. An SDSU offense that averaged 29.2 points in 2020 (22nd in FCS) with a 93.5% red-zone offensive touchdown efficiency should be a sturdy test ahead of next week’s showdown with the SEC’s Vanderbilt Commodores.

Transfer QBs. Rams starting quarterback Todd Centeio, a redshirt senior transfer from Temple, started CSU’s 2020 opener at Fresno State but suffered an injury that limited his playing time in the following three games. He likely will be opposed by Jackrabbits graduate transfer Chris Oladokun, who previously played for South Florida and Samford.

Predictions

Kyle Fredrickson, sports reporter: SDSU, 31-30

Sean Keeler, sports columnist: CSU, 27-20

Matt Schubert, deputy sports editor: CSU, 31-28

Источник: https://www.denverpost.com/2021/09/02/csu-south-dakota-state-football-preview/

Harrisburg nets nine players on South Dakota all-state football list: See all seven classes


The Harrisburg Tigers finished the Class 11AAA season undefeated with a shutout win over Brandon Valley ranch homes for sale in colorado springs co the championship game. 

So it's no surprise the Tigers received nine players on the 11AAA all-state team, including quarterback Jacob Knuth, who was named All American. Knuth, who is bound for the Minnesota Gophers, was also named the Argus Leader Elite 45 captain.

The Lynx received eight players on the team and Sioux Falls Lincoln and Washington five apiece. 

The South Dakota all-state football teams are selected by the South Dakota Football Coaches Association.

Other Bank of america logan square Americans were: Joe VanOverschelde, Mitchell (11AA); Trey Smith, Madison (11A); Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley (11B); Grayson Hanson, Platte-Geddes (9AA); Ty Beyer, Howard (9A); and John Pica, Dell Rapids St. Mary (9B).

Elte 45: Meet the 2021 South Dakota high school football team

Class 11AAA 

All American -- Jacob Knuth, sr., Harrisburg.

OFFENSE

Quarterback -- Jacob Knuth, sr., Harrisburg

TE/Fullback -- Peyton Carroll, sr., Brandon Valley; Ryland Satter, so., O'Gorman; Sam Hindbjorgen, jr., Lincoln

RB -- Gavin Ross, jr., Harrisburg; Jordan Johnson, sr., Brandon Valley; Nelson Wright, jr., Roosevelt

WR -- Griffin Wilde, jr., Jefferson; Josh Piper, sr., Washington; Lincoln Carlson, sr., Harrisburg

OL -- Joe Cotton, sr., Roosevelt; Navarro Schunke, so., Brandon Valley; Aiden Brink, sr., Washington; Jordan Larsen, sr., Harrisburg; Mason Jacobson, sr., Harrisburg; Elliott Renville, jr., Lincoln.

Athlete -- Taylen First federal bank mortgage rates, jr., Jefferson; Bennett Dannenbring, jr., O'Gorman; Gabe Frerichs, sr., Washington; Kyler Briest, sr., Brandon Valley.

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- David Alpers III, sr., O'Gorman; Jackson Geerts, sr., Lincoln; Christian Jepperson, sr., Brandon Valley; Abraham Myers, jr., Washington; Ayden Viox, sr., Harrisburg

Linebacker -- Mat Goehring, sr., Roosevelt; Kobe Lage, sr., Lincoln; Gabe Gutierrez, jr., Lincoln; Ryan Doll, sr., Brandon Valley; Cade Larson, sr., Harrisburg.

Defensive back -- Carter Bahrenfuss, sr., Harrisburg; Matthew Agyeman, sr., Washington; Noah Thompson, sr., Brandon Valley; Emmanuel Struck, sr., O'Gorman; London Kolb, jr., Jefferson.

Special teams -- www etfcu org online banking Brummels, sr., Brandon Valley; Bryce Soli, sr., Harrisburg.

HONORABLE MENTION

Max Thomson, sr., Washington; Uriah Glynn, sr., RC Stevens; Andrew Walter, sr., Harrisburg; Ben Goldy, sr., RC Stevens; Asmerom Mahammad, sr., Roosevelt; Owen Warren, sr., Brandon Valley; Brandon Inman, sr., RC Stevens; Lane Ferguson, sr., Roosevelt; Carter Petersen, sr., O'Gorman; Dylan Howard, sr., Roosevelt.

Class 11AA

All American -- Joe VanOverschelde, sr., Mitchell

OFFENSE

Quarterback -- Lincoln Kienholz, jr., Pierre

Tight end/fullback -- Alec Vogele, sr., Aberdeen Central; Chase Van Tol, jr., Tea Area

RB -- Jaxon Weber, sr., Tea Area; Josh Grosdidier, sr., Mitchell; Hunter Gray, sr., Brookings; Karson Carda, jr., Aberdeen Central

WR -- Jack Merkwan, jr., Pierre; Cole Holden, sr., Watertown; Klayton Sattler, sr., Tea Area.

OL -- Thomas Ostem, sr., Tea Area; Jason Maciejczak, jr., Douglas; Carson Haak, sr., Yankton; Brady Rohrbach, sr., Aberdeen Central; Brock Longville, sr., Brookings; Paden Johnson, sr., Watertown.

Athlete -- Sam Rohlfs, sr., Aberdeen Central; Rugby Ryken, jr., Yankton; Cael Lundin, sr., Tea Area; Konner Berndt, sr., Sturgis.

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Ethan Remington, sr., Huron; Reis South dakota state football alumni, jr., Tea Area; Bodie Rutledge, sr., Yankton; Jaden Flor, sr., Pierre; Pierce Miller, sr., Spearfish

Linebacker -- Joseph Van Overschelde, sr., Mitchell; Ben Althoff, sr., Watertown; Reese Jacobs, jr., Sturgis; Jayden Beck, sr., Huron; Brady Hartwif, jr., Spearfish

Defensive back -- Lincoln Hardin, sr., Brookings; Cody Oswald, jr., Yankton; Parker Bauer, sr., Aberdeen Central; Jacob Mayer, jr., Pierre; Jeff Worth, sr., Tea Area

Special teams -- Trevor Paulson, jr., Yankton; Payton Theodosopoulos, Brookings

HONORABLE MENTION

Drew Norberg, sr., Watertown; Max Raab, sr., Yankton; Tyler Sohler, jr., Yankton; Ethan Remington, Huron, sr., Christian Busch, jr., Pierre; Jagger Tyler, jr., Mitchell; Jaxton Eck, jr., Brookings; James Stewart, sr., Yankton; Jayden Wiebe, jr., Pierre; Hunter Wientjes, sr., Watertown

Class 11A

All American -- Trey Smith, sr., Madison

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Tight end/fullback -- Marshall Voeltz, sr., Milbank; Jaden Witte, sr., S.F. Christian; Beau Williams, jr., Canton.

RB -- Landon Ruesink, sr., Dell Rapids; Jackson Arlt, sr., Lennox; Isaiah Young, sr., S.F. Christian.

WR -- Braden Dierickx, sr., West Central; Steven Christion, sr., Lennox; Payton Eben, sr., Canton

OL -- Marshall Baldwin, sr., Canton; Gabe Olson, sr., Madison; Zach Brady, sr., Vermillion; Jacob Stubbe, sr., Lennox; Connor Christensen, sr., Tri-Valley

Athlete -- Mike Peters, sr., Madison; Quincy Means, jr., Lakota Tech

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Camden Bucholtz, sr., Madison; Zach Madsen, sr., West Central; Avery Herting, jr., Canton; Mitchell Nelson, sr., S.F. Christian.

Linebacker -- Trey Smith, sr., Madison; Logan Maras, sr., West Central; Nick Sorensen, sr., Connor Bender, sr., Milbank

Defensive back -- Bennett Schwenn, sr., Milbank; Gage Tennyson, sr., Custer; Jack Kratz, sr., Vermillion; Brayden Pankonen, jr., Dell Rapids.

Special teams -- Austin Henry, sr., Dell Rapids; Karson Weber, sr., Milbank

HONORABLE MENTION

Gavin Koch, sr., West Central; Noah Hutmacher, jr., Chamberlain; Peyton Wolf, sr., Madison; Evan Van Scoyk, sr., Dakota Valley; Josh Kreber, sr., Canton; Gabe Heck, sr., Belle Fourche; Quade Parker, south dakota state football alumni, Custer; Dossen Elmore, sr., Custer

Class 11B

All American -- Parker Puetz, sr., Sioux Valley

OFFENSE

QB -- Parker Puetz, sr., Sioux Falls

Tight end/fullback -- Nolan Dvorak, sr., Wagner; Mason Schelske, sr., Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

RB -- Riley Orel, jr., Winner; Koby Kayser, sr., Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan; Clay Olinger, sr., W/WS/SC

WR -- Cody Miles, sr., McCook Central/Montrose; Damian Danziesen, sr., Sioux Valley; Isaiah Richards, sr., Beresford.

OL -- Charley Pravacek, sr., Winner; Quinten Christensen, sr., W/WS/SC; Achilles Willuweit, sr., Winner; Cole Pranger, sr., Mount Vernon/Plankinton; Noah Larson, sr., Elk Point-Jefferson; Layson Lucas, sr., Sioux Valley.

Athlete -- Reed Rus, jr., Mount Vernon/Plankinton; Dustin Honomichl, sr., Wagner.

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Joey Cole, sr., Winner; Jackson Vesely, sr., Winner; Jacob Lichtenberg, sr., Elk Point-Jefferson; Ashton Tjaden, sr., Beresford.

Linebacker -- Brynn Thompson, sr., Hot Springs; Carson Christopherson, sr., Sioux Valley; Kaden Klumb, sr. Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan; Matt Larson, jr., St. Thomas More.

Defensive back -- Kaden Keiser, south dakota state football alumni, Winner; Matthew Martinez, sr., Aberdeen Roncalli; Favian Sanchez, sr., Groton Area; Sutton Arend, jr., Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan.

Special teams -- Jackson Isakson, jr., Aberdeen Roncalli; Lincoln Klooz, sr., Mount Vernon/Plankinton

HONORABLE MENTION

Gavin Gordon, sr., McCook Central/Montrose; Tash Lunday, sr., Flandreau; Benjamin Swatek, jr., Elk Point-Jefferson; Jedidiah Sullivan, sr., St. Thomas More; Hunter Bailey, sr., Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan; Will Cleveland, jr., McCook Central/Montrose; Kaden Kurtz, sr., Groton Area; Avery Nichols, sr., Clark/Willow Lake; Jaydon Keller, sr., Webster; Deryck Two Bulls, sr., Bennett County; Chris Nelson, jr., Wagner; Treyton Saylar, sr., Jim River.

CLASS 9AA

All American -- Grayson Hanson, sr., Platte-Geddes

OFFENSE

QB -- Dylan Kindt, sr., Garretson

Fullback/H back -- Brock Tuttle, so., Hanson; Jayce Lawrence, sr., Timber Lake

RB -- Hank Kraft, sr., Timber Lake; Isiah Robertson, sr., Canistota/Freeman; Ashton Hanson, sr., Florence/Henry

WR -- Cooper Long, jr., Garretson; Will Ortman, jr., Canistota/Freeman

Tight end -- Caden Foxley, sr., Platte-Geddes

OL -- Trace Ortman, jr., Canistota/Freeman; Royce Finney, sr., Platte-Geddes; Zach Geditz, sr., Ipswich; Michael Stevenson, sr., Hamlin; TJ Moran, sr., Lyman

Athlete -- Colten Collins, sr., Lyman; Jovi Wolf, so., Chester

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Riley Heiberger, sr., Canistota/Freeman; Tell Mollman, sr., Lemmon/McIntosh; Chase Kelly, sr., Florence/Henry; Conner Kessler, sr., Viborg-Hurley.

Linebacker -- Grayson Hanson, sr., Platte-Geddes; Stratton Eppard, sr., Chester Area; Noah Kleinsasser, jr., Canistota/Freeman; Luke Peterson, sr., Ipswich

Defensive back -- Ryan Benson, sr., Chester Area; Isaac Crownover, jr., Bon Homme; Jackson Neuman, sr., Platte-Geddes

Special teams -- Jackson Olsen, sr., Platte-Geddes; Jenna VanHolland, jr., Garretson 

HONORABLE MENTION

Xander Sheehan, sr., Hamlin; Hadley Wallace, jr., Hanson; Tanner Miller, sr., Lemmon/McIntosh; Max Scott, sr., Parkston; Chayse Weber, sr., Parkston; Ty Kadlec, sr., Ipswich; Luke Fraser, so., Hamlin; Cole Prunty, sr., Parkston; Vincent Petrich, sr., Leola/Frederick; Stran Scott, sr., Stanley County; Brock Wages, sr., Chester Area; Carson Gohl, sr., Ipswich; Jackson Jarding, jr., Hanson

Class 9A

All American -- Ty Beyer, sr., Howard

QB -- Tray Hettick, jr., Herreid/Selby Area

Fullback -- John Callies, sr., Howard

WR -- Rylan McDonnell, jr., Wall; Rett Osthus, sr., De Smet

Tight end -- Jace Sifore, sr., Howard

OL -- Chance Gregg, sr., Herreid/Selby Area; Kaden Hofer, jr., Howard; Damon Wilkinson, jr., De Smet; Cayne Krogman, sr., Wall

Athlete -- Colt Wilkinson, sr., De Smet; Taron Serr, sr., Burke

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Linebacker -- Trey Sayler, sr., Herreid/Selby Area; Trevor Sayler, sr., Herreid/Selby Area; Ty Beyer, sr., Howard; Dawson Hanson, sr., Warner

Defensive back -- Marrion Gohn, sr., Wolsey Wessington; Carson Kirwan, jr., Castlewood; Will Matson, sr., Oldham-Ramona/Rutland

Special teams -- Blair Blasius, jr., Wall; Aidan Fredrickson, sr., Britton-Hecla

HONORABLE MENTIONS

Burk Blasius, so., Wall; Keegan Haider, jr., Wolsey Wessington; Trevor Sayler, sr., Herreid/Selby Area; BoDell Davidson, jr., Britton-Hecla; Bryce Frank, sr., Burke; Kade Krutzfeldt, sr., Wolsey Wessington; Kade Stukel, jr., Gregory; Kadyn Fast, so., De Smet; Tory Holland, sr., De Smet

Class 9B

All American -- John Pica, sr., Dell Rapids St. Mary

OFFENSE

QB -- Grant Luikens, sr., Potter County

Fullback -- Andrew Gustad, sr., Gayville Volin

RB -- Brady Bierema, jr., Avon; Jovey Christensen, sr., Alcester-Hudson; Erik Salmen, so., Hitchock-Tulare

WR -- Kyle Hirsch, sr., Gayville-Volin; Drake Bassett, sr., Potter County

Tight end -- Lincoln Thury, sr., Avon

OL -- John Pica, sr., Dell Rapids St. Mary; Kley Heumiller, jr., Avon; Grey Gilbert, jr., Harding County; Jacob Kemner, sr., Alcester-Hudson

Athlete -- Nick Gasper, so., Dell Rapids St. Mary; Logan Albers, sr., New Underwood

DEFENSE

Defensive line -- Hunter Niederbaumer, sr., Faulkton; Jesse Schall, sr., Sully Buttes; Gabriel Lindeman, jr., Dell Rapids St. Mary; Colt Wieseler, sr., Potter County

Linebacker -- Cooper Logan, sr., Potter County; Kyle Hamilton, sr., Hitchock-Tulare; Simon Bowar, sr., Faulkton; Caden VanDrongelen, sr., Corsica/Stickney

Defensive back -- Emmitt Richter, sr., New Underwood; Parker Geditz, sr., Faulkton; Ty Brown, sr., Dell Rapids St. Mary

Special teams -- Ben Gustafson, sr., Langford; Cade Martin, sr., Harding County

HONORABLE MENTION

Riley Rucktaeschel, sr., Avon; Keegan Hett, jr., Harding County; Hunter Niederbaumer, sr., Faulkton; Jack Boomsma, sr., Hitchock-Tulare; Gabe Bushong, sr., Faith; Alex Tanner, jr., Potter County

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Источник: https://www.argusleader.com/story/sports/high-school-sports/2021/11/27/south-dakota-all-state-football-team-see-all-seven-classes/8765786002/

What Missouri State football coach Bobby Petrino said Monday about FCS Playoff game vs. UT-Martin


The crowd groaned Sunday morning when Missouri State wasn't selected as one of the eight national seeds earning a first-round bye in the FCS Playoffs. A little more than 24 hours later, the Bears found a silver lining in having to play a first-round game.

Missouri State has been playing good football in recent weeks. The Bears will have a home game Saturday at 3 p.m. against UT-Martin and they'll be able to keep the same routine they've had all season.

"We get to keep going and keep doing what we're doing," second-year head coach Bobby Petrino said. "To be in the same routine and go through the same process, I think will help us."

More: With chip on shoulder, Missouri State set to host historic FCS Playoff game vs. UT-Martin

His players, who were ranked No. 10 in the FCS Coaches Poll on Monday morning, agreed. With the program's first Top 10 ranking since 1996, the Bears want to keep playing — whether that means playing an extra game or not.

"Everyone's time is going to come to an end and you just want to play as many games as you can play," starting linebacker Tylar Wiltz said. "You gotta be excited about it. That's what you love about playing college football."

More: Missouri State football to host UT-Martin in first round of FCS Playoffs

Petrino, one of 17 FCS coaches nominated for the national coach of the year award, will lead his program into the playoffs for the second-straight season.

A historic day awaits Missouri State on Saturday afternoon when it hosts its first playoff game since 1990. Here's what the Bears said Monday about their upcoming opponent:

MSU Bears preparing for UT-Martin QB Keon Howard

One of the biggest mysteries heading into the game is the availability of UT-Martin star quarterback Keon Howard — who did not play in the Skyhawks' regular-season finale loss to Southeast Missouri State.

Howard missed the game with a foot injury and is day-to-day, a UT-Martin spokesperson told the News-Leader.

Howard is one of 25 finalists for the FCS offensive player of the northwest savings bank madison ohio award, along with Bears' starting quarterback Jason Shelley. He's a 59.7 percent passer with 1,811 yards, 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also rushed for 472 yards and 10 scores in 10 games this season.

Petrino said the Bears are preparing to play against Howard. The UTM offense struggled without him behind center last week.

"He's a good runner and they have quarterback runs that they south dakota state football alumni with him," Petrino said. "Those are always things you have to be able to take care of numbers-wise and make sure you get linebackers where they belong. He has the ability to throw the ball. We have to do a good job defensively at understanding their sets."

Missouri State expects to get two starters back

The Bears will get a late-season boost this week with the restaurants near solana beach of two starters that have missed some time. 

Wide receiver Xavier Lane will make his return after sitting out last week's game at Dixie State. He's been banged up in recent weeks and was rested in preparation for the playoffs — even though he felt like he could have played in the DSU game. He's had six games with more than 70 receiving yards this fall.

The Bears will also add defensive lineman Ikenna Ahumibe back to the defensive front after sitting out since the Oct. 23 North Dakota State loss. While his numbers aren't eye-popping, the 6-foot-0, 299-pound defensive tackle commands a lot of attention.

"That's a big one for us," Petrino said. "He really knows schemes and his ability to take on a block and make the tackle at the line of scrimmage is something we've been missing a little bit. Him being back and helping us stop the run is huge for us."

Receiver Tyrone Scott jumps into record books

It wasn't that hard for Missouri State to land Tyrone Scott — who was looking to transfer from Central Michigan. 

Missouri State had a pair of coaches on the staff in Ryan Beard and Austin Appleby who spent time with Scott at CMU. The Bears' top corner, Montrae Braswell, was also a CMU transfer, knew Scott and participated in the recruitment.

Petrino also visited Central Michigan a few times to see Beard, his son-in-law and current defensive coordinator, coach during games and practices. 

The Bears recruited Scott hard and he chose Missouri State. During his first season as a Bear, Scott has turned in the greatest single-season performance out of a wide receiver in the school's history.

Scott became the first Bears receiver to go over 1,000 yards in a single season during Saturday night's game.

"It was kind of emotional for me," Scott said. "It was a big achievement. I was proud of myself and the work and dedication I put into it. But we still have got more to do."

Scott's big season comes after starting the year with five catches for 60 yards and a touchdown through two games. He was still learning the playbook early in the year while Lane led the way for the Bears early.

But Petrino applauded Scott as one of the hardest workers on the team. The effort led to Scott's breakout game against South Dakota in which he caught seven passes for 111 yards and a touchdown. That was the first of six games he went for 100 or more yards.

He finished the regular season with 60 catches for 1,039 yards and eight touchdowns. He's sixth in the country in receiving yards while owning the single-season receiving record and tying the single-season touchdown record for the school.

"Everyone should know how you that when you work extremely hard in practice and go full speed and take pride in how hard you work, it really pays off," Petrino said. "We were asking him to do a lot of things. His effort in practice was unbelievable."

UT-Martin @ Missouri State

  • When: Saturday, 3 p.m.
  • Where: Plaster Stadium
  • Watch: ESPN+
  • Listen: KWTO FM 101.3

Wyatt D. Wheeler is a reporter and columnist with the Springfield News-Leader. You can contact him at 417-371-6987, by email at [email protected] or Twitter at @WyattWheeler_NL. He's also the co-host of Sports Talk on Jock Radio weekdays from 4-6 p.m.

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Five Central players, two from Roncalli named to South Dakota All-State football teams


Seven players from Aberdeen and others from across the region have been named to the 2021 South Dakota All-State high school football teams.

In Class 11AA, five Central players High School made the team. They include Alec Voegele, Karson Carda, Brady Rohrbach, Sam Rohlfs and Parker Bauer. 

In Class 11B, two Roncalli High School players, Matthew Martinez and Jackson Isakson, were honored.

The complete all-state teams by class follow, including information about local players, when it was provided.

Class 11AAA

Quarterback: Jacob Knuth, Harrisburg

TE/FB/HB: Peyton Carroll, Brandon Valley

TE/FB/HB: Ryland Satter, O'Gorman 

TE/FB/HB: Sam Hindbjorgen, Sioux Falls Lincoln

Running back: Gavin Ross, Harrisburg

Running back: Jordan Johnson, Brandon Valley

Running back: Nelson Wright, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Wide Receiver: Griffin Wilde, Sioux Falls Jefferson 

Wide Receiver: Josh Piper, Sioux Falls Washington 

Wide Receiver: Lincoln Carlson, Harrisburg

Offensive line: Joe Cotton, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Offensive line: Navarro Schunke, Brandon Valley

Offensive line: Aiden Brink, Sioux Falls Washington 

Offensive line: Jordan Larsen, Harrisburg

Offensive line: Mason Jacobson, Harrisburg

Offensive line: Elliott Renville, Sioux Falls Lincoln 

Athlete: Taylen Ashley, Sioux Falls Jefferson

Athlete: Bennett Dannenbring, O'Gorman 

Athlete: Gabe Frerichs, Sioux Falls Washington 

Athlete: Kyler Briest, Brandon Valley

Defensive line: David Alpers III, O'Gorman

Defensive line: Jackson Geerts, Sioux Falls Lincoln

Defensive line: Christian Jepperson, Brandon Valley

Defensive line: Abraham Myers, Sioux Falls Washington 

Defensive line: Ayden Viox, Harrisburg

Linebacker: Matt Goehring, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Linebacker: Kobe Lage, Sioux Falls Lincoln

Linebacker: Gabe Guiterrez, Sioux Falls Lincoln

Linebacker: Ryan Doll, Brandon Valley 

Linebacker: Cade Larson, Harrisburg

Defensive Back: Carter Bahrenfuss, Harrisburg

Defensive Back: Matthew Agyeman, Sioux Falls Washington

Defensive Back: Noah Thompson, Brandon Valley

Defensive Back: Emmanuel Struck, O'Gorman

Defensive Back: London Kolb, Sioux Falls Jefferson

Special teams: Zach Brummels, Brandon Valley

Special teams: Bryce Soli, Harrisburg

All-American: Jacob Knuth, Harrisburg

Honorable mention

Max Thomson, Sioux Falls Washington

Uriah Glynn, Rapid City Stevens 

Andrew Walter, Harrisburg

Ben Goldy, Rapid City Stevens

Asmerom Mahammad, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Owen Warren, Brandon Valley 

Brandon Inman, Rapid City Stevens

Lane Ferguson, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Carter Petersen, O'Gorman

Dylan Howard, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Class 11AA 

Quarterback: Lincoln Kienholz, Pierre T.F. Riggs 

TE/FB/HB: Alec Voegele, Aberdeen Central. Voegele, had 22 catches on the season for 465 yards and eight touchdowns. He also helped the Golden Eagles on defense with 18 tackles, 10 assisted tackles and five sacks. 

"He has been a valuable asset to the Aberdeen Central Golden Eagle football team. A great athlete with great intelligence," Central Head Coach Scott Svendsen said. "Very diligent in getting the little things right so that the big things would happen. He not only made some fabulous catches, but he would block for us as well. He was very unselfish in this role as a tight end." 

TE/FB/HB: Chase Van Tol, Tea Area

Running back: Jaxon Weber, Tea Area

Running back: Josh Grosdidier, Mitchell

Running back: Hunter Gray, Brookings

Running back: Karson Carda, Aberdeen Central. In his first season of high school football, Carda ran 192 times for 1,108 yards and nine touchdowns. He also caught four passes for 61 yards. Next season, Carda will play a big role in the Golden Eagles offense next year, Svendsen said. 

Wide receiver: Jack Merkwan, Pierre T.F. Riggs

Wide receiver: Cole Holden, Watertown

Wide receiver: Klayton Sattler, Tea Area

Offensive line: Thomas Ostrem, Tea Area

Offensive line: Jason Maciejczak, Douglas

Offensive line: Carson Haak, Yankton 

Offensive line: Brady Rohrbach, Aberdeen Central. A three-year starter, Rohrbach was an "outstanding and dynamic quick tackle," Svendsen said. 

Offensive line: Brock Longville, Brookings 

Offensive line: Paden Johnson, Watertown 

Athlete: Sam Rohlfs, Aberdeen Central. Rohlfs accounted for roughly 81% of the offensive production through his dual-threat throwing and rushing the ball. On the ground, he had 63 carries for 647 yards and eight touchdowns. Through the air, he connected on 93 of his 188 attempted passes bank of colorado business login 1,509 yards and 17 touchdowns.

"I have coached against Vince Young for three years in a row when I was coaching high school football in Texas. He comes to mind when I watch Sam Rohlfs play football. Sam has great athletic ability and works extremely hard," Svendsen said. "He's a great leader for our team, a team captain and a great competitor." 

Rohlfs has been offered a full scholarship for track and field at South Dakota State University. 

Athlete: Rugby Ryken, Yankton 

Athlete: Cael Lundin, Tea Area

Athlete: Konner Berndt, Sturgis

Defensive line: Ethan Remington, Huron

Defensive line: Reis Kirschenman, Tea Area

Defensive line: Bodie Rutledge, Yankton

Defensive line: Jaden Flor, Pierre T.F. Riggs

Defensive line: Pierce Miller, Spearfish

Linebacker: Joseph VanOverschelde, Mitchell

Linebacker: Ben Althoff, Watertown 

Linebacker: Reese Jacobs, Sturgis Brown

Linebacker: Jayden Beck, Huron

Linebacker: Brady Hartwig, Spearfish 

Defensive back: Jeff Worth, Tea Area

Defensive back: Lincoln Hardin, Brookings

Defensive back: Cody Oswald, Yankton 

Defensive back: Parker Bauer, Aberdeen Central. For Central, Bauer, a team captain, had 56 total tackles and five interceptions. Bauer was "an unsung hero on our team who brought stability and great play to our defense," Svendsen said. 

Defensive back: Jacob Mayer, Pierre T.F. Riggs 

Special Teams: Trevor Paulson, Yankton 

Special Teams: Payton Theodosopoulos, Brookings 

All-American: Joseph VanOverschelde, Mitchell

Honorable Mention

Drew Norberg, Watertown 

Max Raab, Yankton 

Tyler Sohler, Yankton 

Ethan Remington, Huron 

Christian Busch,  Pierre T.F. Riggs 

Jagger Tyler, Mitchell 

Jaxton Eck, Brookings 

James Stewart, Yankton 

Jayden Wiebe, Pierre T.F. Riggs 

Hunter Wientjes, Watertown 

Class 11A

Quarterback: Nate Ricke, Madison 

TE/FB/HB: Marshall Voeltz, Milbank 

TE/FB/HB: Jaden Witte, Sioux Falls Christian 

TE/FB/HB: Beau Williams, Canton 

Running back: Landon Ruesink, Dell Rapids 

Running back: Jackson Arlt, Lennox 

Running back: Isaiah Young, Sioux Falls Christian 

Wide receiver: Braden Dierickx, West Central 

Wide receiver: Steven Christion, Lennox

Wide receiver: Payton Eben, Canton 

Offensive line: Marshall Baldwin, Canton 

Offensive line: Gabe Olson, Madison

Offensive line: Zach Brady, Vermillion 

Offensive line: Jace Rufer, Milbank 

Offensive line: Jacob Stubbe, Lennox

Offensive line: Connor Christensen, Tri-Valley

Athlete: Mike Peters, Madison

Athlete: Quincy Means, Lakota Tech

Defensive Line: Camden Buchholtz, Madison

Defensive Line: Zach Madsen, West Central

Defensive Line: Avery Herting, Canton

Defensive Line: Mitchell South dakota state football alumni, Sioux Falls Christian

Linebacker: Trey Smith, Madison

Linebacker: Logan Maras, West Central

Linebacker: Nick Sorensen, Vermillion

Linebacker: Connor Bender, Milbank 

Defensive back: Bennett Schwenn, Milbank

Defensive back: Gage Tennyson, Custer

Defensive back: Jack Kratz, Vermillion 

Defensive back: Brayden Pankonen, Dell Rapids

Special teams: Austin Henry, Dell Rapids

Special teams: Karson Weber, Milbank 

All-American: Trey Smith, Madison

Honorable mention

Gavin Koch, West Central 

Noah Hutmacher, Chamberlain 

Peyton Wolf, Madison 

Evan VanScoyk, Dakota Valley 

Josh Kreber, Canton 

Gabe Heck, Belle Fourche

Quade Parker, Custer

Dossen Elmore, Custer

Class 11B

Quarterback: Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley

TE/FB/HB: Nolan Dvorak, Wagner

TE/FB/HB: Mason Schelske, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

Running back: Riley Orel, Winner

Running back: Koby Kayser, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

Running back: Clay Olinger, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

Wide receiver: Cody Miles, McCook Central/Montrose

Wide receiver: Damian Danziesen, Sioux Valley

Wide receiver: Isaiah Richards, Beresford 

Offensive line: Charley Pravacek, Winner

Offensive line: Quinten Christensen, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

Offensive line: Achilles Willuweit, Winner

Offensive line: Cole Pranger, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

Offensive line: Noah Larson, Elk Point-Jefferson

Offensive line: Layson Lucas, Sioux Valley

Athlete: Reed Rus, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

Athlete: Dustin Honomichl, Wagner

Defensive line: Joey Cole, Winner

Defensive line: Jackson Vesely, Winner 

Defensive line: Jacob Lichtenberg, Elk Point-Jefferson 

Defensive line: Ashton Tjaden, Beresford

Linebacker: Brynn Thompson, Hot Springs

Linebacker: Carson Christopherson, Sioux Valley

Linebacker: Kaden Klumb, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

Linebacker: Matt Larson, St. Thomas Moore

Defensive back: Kaden Keiser, Winner

Defensive back: Matthew Martinez, Aberdeen Roncalli. Martinez had 71 tackles, seven tackles for loss, a fumble recovery touchdown and led the Cavaliers with 20 catches. 

Defensive back: Favian Sanchez, Groton Area. Sanchez was a key player in the Groton defensive attack and has led the Tigers in interceptions the past two years. He was put in charge of covering the top receiving option for opponents. On offense, Sanchez had 210 rushing yards, five rushing touchdowns and was a threat through the air. He caught 28 passes for 330 yards and three touchdowns. 

Defensive back: Sutton Arend, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

Special teams: Jackson Isakson, Aberdeen Roncalli. Isakson averaged 38 yards per punt inside the 45 yard line. Outside of the 45, he had an average of 44 yards per punt, and his longest punt of the year was 65 yards. He has been the Roncalli kicker since eighth grade and had 16 punts inside the 20 this season, with 12 of them being inside the 10-yard line.

Special teams: Lincoln Klooz, Mount Vernon/Plankinton

All-American: Parker Puetz, Sioux Valley

Honorable mention

Gavin Gordon, McCook Central/Montrose

Tash Lunday, Flandreau

Benjamin Swatek, Elk Point-Jefferson 

Jedidah Sullivan, St. Thomas Moore

Hunter Bailey, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

Will Cleveland, McCook Central/Montrose

Kaden Kurtz, Groton Area. Kurtz suffered a severe knee injury last year, but returned for Groton Area and turned in a productive offensive season. He had 120 carries for 680 yards and 11 touchdowns. He was also the quarterback and had 105 completions on 175 attempts for 1,300 passing yards, 11 touchdowns and five interceptions. 

Avery Nichols, Clark/Willow Lake 

Jaydon Keller, Webster. Keller had 60 carries for 241 yards and three touchdowns. Webster also used him in the passing game, and he had 16 receptions associated bank 24 hour telephone banking 287 yards and five touchdowns. Keller also saw some time at quarterback and connected on eight of his 29 attempts with one passing touchdown.

"Jaydon was our main athletic weapon. He was the one opposing teams prepped for and made adjustments for. Offensively, he was our main weapon, and we tried to get him the ball as much as feasibly possible," Webster Head Coach Tanner Christensen said.

Dryck Two Bulls, Bennett County

Chris Nelson, Wagner

Treyton Saylar, Jim River

Class 9AA

Quarterback: Dylan Kindt, Garretson 

FB/HB: Brock Tuttle, Hanson

FB/HB: Jayce Lawrence, Timber Lake. Lawrence rushed 42 times for the Panthers for 319 yards, averaging 7.6 yards per carry. He found the end zone three times.

Running back: Hank Kraft, Timber Lake. Kraft had 181 rushing attempts for 1,983 yards and 24 touchdowns. He ended his high school career with 5,676 all-purpose yards and 76 career touchdowns. He was also an all-state selection last year.

Running back: Isiah Robertson, Canistota/Freeman

Running back: Ashton Hanson, Florence/Henry

Wide receiver: Cooper Long, Garretson 

Wide receiver: Will Ortman, Canistota/Freeman 

Tight end: Caden Foxley, Platte-Geddes

Offensive line: Trace Ortman, Canistota/Freeman

Offensive line: Royce Finney, Platte-Geddes

Offensive line: Zach Geditz, Ipswich. Along with being a key part of the Tiger's offensive line, Geditz was a force on usaa bank 24 hour customer service defensive side. He had 53 tackles, five sacks and four fumble recoveries. 

Offensive line: Michael Stevenson, Hamlin

Offensive line: TJ Moran, Lyman 

Athlete: Colten Collins, Lyman 

Athlete: Jovi Wolf, Chester

Defensive line: Riley Heiberger, Canistota/Freeman

Defensive line: Tell Mollman, Lemmon/McIntosh 

Defensive line: Chase Kelly, Florence/Henry

Defensive line: Conner Kessler, Viborg-Hurley

Linebacker: Grayson Hanson, Platte-Geddes

Linebacker: Stratton Eppard, Chester Area 

Linebacker: Noah Kleinsasser, Canistota/Freeman

Linebacker: Luke Peterson, Ipswich. On defense, Peterson posted 89 tackles and a fumble recovery. On offense, he rushed 52 times for 234 yards and four touchdowns.

Defensive back: Ryan Benson, Chester Area

Defensive back: Isaac Crownover, Bon Homme

Defensive back: Jackson Neuman, Platte-Geddes

Special teams: Jackson Olsen, Platte-Geddes

Special teams: Jenna VanHolland, Garretson

Honorable mention

Xander Sheehan, Hamlin

Hadley Wallace, Hanson

Tanner Miller, Lemmon/McIntosh

Max Scott, Parkston

Chayse Weber, Parkston

Ty Kadlec, Ipswich. Kadlec was a force for the Tiger defensive unit and had 53 tackles to go along with six interceptions. He finished his career with 140 tackles, seven interceptions and four how to download viber in samsung mobile recoveries. He would frequently cover the opponent's best pass-catching option. 

Luke Fraser, Hamlin

Cole Prunty, Parkston

Vincent Petrich, Leola/Frederick

Stran Scott, Stanley County

Brock Wages, Chester Area

Carson Gohl, Ipswich. Gohl was a force for the Tigers' offense and had 99 rushes for 849 yards and 17 touchdowns. Through the air, he had 10 passes for 95 yards and a score. Gohl, a senior, had 2,456 career rushing yards. 

Jackson Jarding, Hanson

Class 9A

Quarterback: Tray Hettick, Herreid/Selby Area. Hettick, in his second season starting, threw 109 completions on 171 attempts for 1,723 yards, 27 touchdowns and just three interceptions. The Wolverines advanced to the 9A Class state title game.

Running back: John Callies, Howard

Running back: Brenden Begeman, Herreid/Selby Area. Begeman was a key part of the Herreid/Selby offense, accounting for 1,720 rushing yards with 24 touchdowns on 208 carries. The Wolverines also used him through the air, and the junior had 34 receptions for 570 yards and nine receiving touchdowns. 

Running back: Kalen Garry, De Smet

Running back: Cedar Amiotte, Wall

Wide receiver: Rylan McDonnell, Wall

Wide receiver: Rett Osthus, De Smet

Tight end: Jace Sifore, Howard

Offensive line: Chance Gregg, Herreid/Selby Area. On defense, Greg had 74 tackles, four sacks, 15 tackles for loss and a fumble recovery. And he was a major factor on the offensive line for a Wolverine offense that had more than 4,900 yards and 70 touchdowns.

Offensive line: Kaden Hofer, Howard 

Offensive line: Damon Wilkinson, De Smet 

Offensive line: Cayne Krogman, Wall

Athlete, Colt Wilkinson, De Smet 

Athlete, Taron Serr, Burke 

Defensive line: Atticus Darnell, Howard

Defensive line: Norman Livermont, Wall

Defensive line: Jonah Wiersma, Castlewood 

Defensive line: Blake Van Regenmorter, De Smet

Defensive line: Reece Ohrtman, Kadoka Area

Linebacker: Trey Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area. He finished the season with 134 tackles, 18 tackles for a loss, four interceptions, a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. 

Linebacker Trevor Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area. He had 140 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, an interception and three forced fumbles and recoveries for the Wolverines.

Linebacker: Ty Beyer, Howard

Linebacker: Dawson Hanson, Warner 

Defensive back: Marrion Gohn, Wolsey-Wessington

Defensive back: Carson Kirwan, Castlewood

Defensive back: Will Matson, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland

Special teams: Blair Blasius, Wall 

Special teams: Aidan Fredrickson, Britton-Hecla. Frederickson averaged 32.1 yards per punt, and was a force on kick returns, scoring three touchdowns. He had 24 returns for 669 yards. He also played some quarterback. 

"Our offense came and went with Aidan Fredrickson this year. QB is not his natural position, but with an athlete like him running our offense, it added commerce bank brookside hours dimension. It was very rare for him to carry the football and not make at least one (defender) miss along the way," Head Coach Jacob Skogstad said.

All-American: Ty Beyer, Howard

Honorable mention

Burk Blasius, Wall 

Keegan Haider, Wolsey-Wessington

Trevor Sayler, Herreid/Selby Area. He was selected to the all-state team as a linebacker, but also was a key part in the Herreid/Selby offense. He had 28 receptions for 477 yards and five touchdowns. 

BoDell Davidson, Britton-Hecla 

Bryce Frank, Burke 

Kade Krutzfeldt, Wolsey-Wessington 

Kade Stukel, Gregory 

Kadyn Fast, De Smet

Tory Holland, De Smet

Class 9B

Quarterback: Grant Luikens, Potter County. Offensively, Luikens was a dual-threat passing and rushing. Through the air, he had 101 completions for 1,657 yards and 21 touchdowns. On the ground, he had 161 carries for 1039 yards and 22 touchdowns. Luikens started at quarterback for the Battlers since he was freshman, but missed games in his sophomore and junior years due to injuries. 

FB/HB: Andrew Gustad, Gayville-Volin

Running back: Brady Bierema, Avon

Running back: Jovey Christensen, Alcester-Hudson

Runningback: Erik Salmen, Hitchcock-Tulare

Wide receiver: Kyle Hirsch, Gayville-Volin

Wide receiver: Drake Bassett, Potter County. Bassett finished the year with 1,148 all-purpose yards, with 528 of those coming through the air on 28 receptions. He had four receiving touchdowns. Bassett also rushed the ball 51 times for 256 yards and two touchdowns

Tight end: Lincoln Thury, Avon

Offensive line: John Pica, Dells St. Mary 

Offensive line: Kley Heumiller, Avon 

Offensive line: Grey Gilbert, Hardington County 

Offensive line: Jacob Kemner, Alcester-Hudson 

Athlete: Nick Gasper, Dells St. Mary

Athlete: Logan Albers, New Underwood

Defensive line: Hunter Niederbaumer, Faulkton

Defensive line: Jesse Schall, Sully Buttes

Defensive line: Gabriel Lindeman, Dells St. Mary

Defensive line: Colt Wieseler, Potter County. Wieseler had 56 solo tackles, 24 assisted tackles, south dakota state football alumni sacks and a fumble recovery. He fought through a lingering neck injury throughout the season and ended his high school career with 97 solos tackles and 36 assisted tackles.

Linebacker: Cooper Logan, Potter County. Logan had 73 solo tackles, 36 assisted tackles, four sacks, three interceptions and a fumble recovery. He was also used in the offensive game, with 460 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns. Through the air, he had 28 catches for 296 yards and six touchdowns. 

Linebacker: Kyle Hamilton, Hitchcock-Tulare

Linebacker: Simon Bowar, Faulkton

Linebacker: Caden VanDrongelen, Corsica/Stickney

Defensive back: Emmitt Richter, New Underwood

Defensive back: Parker Geditz, Faulkton

Defensive back: Ty Brown, Dells St. Mary

Special teams: Ben Gustafson, Langford 

Special teams: Cade Martian, Harding County

All-American: John Pica, Dells St. Mary

Honorable mention

Riley Rucktaeschel, Avon

Keegan Hett, Harding County

Hunter Niederbaumer, Faulkton

Jack Boomsma, Hitchcock-Tulare

Gabe Bushong, Faith

Alex Tanner, Potter County. "From his guard position, Alex was a key part of our offense that rushed for 2,394 yards and (had) 1,760 passing yards," Head Coach Vern Smith said.

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