Quarriers Victorious on Homecoming

Photo courtesy of Kiley Stone

Photo courtesy of Kiley Stone

The Dell Rapids Quarries were victorious on homecoming as they defeated the Tri-Valley Mustangs 33-6 on Friday, September 21st at Dell Rapids High School.

Dell Rapids scored first after a Tri-Valley fumble.  With 4:55 to play in the first quarter, Logan Stone scored on a six-yard run.  The extra point was good by Hunter Garry, and Dell Rapids led 7-0.  Tri-Valley got within a point with 2:37 to play in the quarter after a 26-yard touchdown run by Mohamed Ibrahim.  The extra point was no good, and the score remained 7-6 in favor of Dell Rapids.

The Quarriers then scored four more touchdowns throughout the rest of the game.  With 1:42 to play in the first quarter, Eddie Price threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to Logan Stone.  The extra point was no good.  Dell Rapids got another score before halftime.  Price had a 20-yard touchdown run with 3:06 to play in the half, and the Quarriers led 19-6 at the break.  Nick Boever added a 12-yard touchdown run with 1:37 to play in the third quarter, and Alex Kringen had a one-yard touchdown run with 4:55 to play in the game for the final two scores.

Dell Rapids finished with 396 yards of offense while holding Tri-Valley to just 101 yards of offense.  The Quarriers had 185 passing yards, 211 rushing yards, and finished the game with 20 first downs.

Price was 9-11 passing for 185 yards and a touchdown.  Ellingson had eight of those catches for a total of 164 yards and a touchdown.  Tayte Gleason had a catch for 21 yards.  Price had 11 carries for 46 yards and a touchdown.  Gleason had seven carries for 38 yards.  Boever finished with eight carries for 33 yards and a touchdown.  Stone added four carries for 29 yards and a touchdown, and Kringen had five carries for 20 yards and a touchdown.  Coby Maeschen led the defense with six tackles.  Boever added five tackles.  Tristan Stahl, Brandon Geraets, and Kenyon Shellum all had four tackles each.

Dell Rapids (3-2) will host Tea Area on Friday, September 28th.  The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.

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Quarriers Fall to West Central

Photo courtesy of Rhonda Rentz

Photo courtesy of Rhonda Rentz

The West Central Trojans defeated the Dell Rapids Quarriers on their homecoming game Friday, September 14th at West Central High School.  The Trojans won by a score of 42-14.

Dell Rapids scored first after Logan Ellingson got a strip fumble and returned it 60 yards for a touchdown with 8:52 to go in the first quarter.  The extra point by Hunter Garry gave Dell Rapids a short lived 7-0 lead.  West Central tied the game with 3:39 to play in the first quarter after a three-yard touchdown run by Broc Haldeman and an extra point made by Derek Eidsness.

The Trojans used two groups of big plays to take the lead they would never lose.  With 9:45 to go in the second quarter, Dylan Waxdahl scored on a five-yard run.  About a minute later, Aaron Johnson had a 50-yard interception return for a touchdown.  With 8:34 to play in the half, West Central led 21-7.  Neither team scored until the 1:01 mark.  A high snap over the head of Eddie Price resulted in a safety and two more points for West Central.  Sixteen seconds later they found the endzone again.  Haldeman scored on a 45-yard run to put the Trojans ahead 30-7 at halftime.

The Quarriers were able to score first in the second half.  Ellingson had a 53-yard punt return for a touchdown with 7:23 to go in the third quarter.  That play cut the lead to 30-14, but that was as close as the Quarriers would get.  The Trojans scored again with 2:41 to go in the third quarter on a 37-yard touchdown run by Haldeman.  The final score came with 10:22 to play in the game on a nine-yard touchdown run by Cooper Maras.

Dell Rapids was held to just 89 total yards of offense, 48 passing yards and 31 rushing yards.  The Quarriers were 2-9 on third down and o-1 on fourth down.  West Central finished with 391 total yards of offense, 51 passing yards and 340 rushing yards.  The Trojans were 7-11 on third down and 1-1 on fourth down attempts.

Price finished the game 3-10 passing for 48 yards and an interception.  Logan Stone had one catch for 36 yards.  Ellingson had one catch for nine yards, and Nick Boever had one catch for three yards.  Price also led the team in rushing with six carries for 19 yards.  Boever had eight carries for 16 yards, and Stone had seven carries for 10 yards.  Coby Maeschen led the team with 10 tackles.  Price and Boever both had seven tackles each.  Kenyon Shellum had five tackles, and Brandon Geraets and Tayte Gleason both had four tackles each.

Dell Rapids (2-2) will host Tri-Valley for their homecoming game on Friday, September 21st.  The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.

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Big 2nd Half Lifts Quarriers Over Broncs

Photo courtesy of Rhonda Rentz.

Photo courtesy of Rhonda Rentz.

Outscoring the Belle Fourche Broncs 21-8 in the second half, the Dell Rapids Quarriers erased a 17-point deficit and earned their second win of the season with a 41-38 victory on Friday, September 7th.

Dell Rapids looked a little sluggish to start the game after the six-hour bus ride across the state.  Kelby Olson took the opening kickoff 82 yards to the endzone for a quick 6-0 lead just twelve seconds into the game.  After forcing a turnover on downs, Belle Fourche scored again with 6:33 to play in the first quarter on a 35-yard run by Morgan Garrett.  Olson scored on the two-point play, and the Broncs led 14-0.  The Quarriers fumbled the ensuing kickoff during the return, and 1:13 later, Jackson Tyndall connected on a 27-yard field goal to give Belle Fourche a 17-0 lead just seven minutes into the game.  The Quarriers got on the board with 2:55 to play in the first quarter when Eddie Price connected with Logan Ellingson on a 74-yard touchdown pass on a free play.  Hunter Garry made the extra point to make the score 17-7.

The Quarriers got the ball back and scored on their next drive.  With 11:00 to play in the second quarter, Nick Boever scored on a six-yard run.  The extra point was no good, and the Quarriers cut the lead to 17-13.  Belle Fourche answered on their next drive when Colby Nowowiejski threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Tyndall with 8:01 to play in the half.  The extra point was no good making the score 23-13.  The Broncs scored two minutes later after recovering a fumble, this time on a six-yard run by Olson.  The extra point was good, and the Broncs extended their lead back to 17 points at 30-13.  Dell Rapids was able to get one last score before the half.  On fourth down, Price connected with Boever for 30 yards with :25 remaining in the half to cut the lead to 30-20 by halftime.

Having won the coin toss to start the game, Dell Rapids elected to receive the ball to start the second half.  The Quarrier scored in their opening drive of the second half when Boever ran into the endzone from six yards away with 9:38 to play in the third quarter.  The extra point made cut the lead to 30-27.  Belle Fourche held on to the ball for nearly six minutes, but their drive ended when Ellingson intercepted a pass near the Quarrier five yard line.  A few plays later, Boever broke loose for an 87 yard touchdown run, and the Quarriers took the lead for the first time at 34-30 with 1:19 to play in the third quarter.

After a Belle Fourche punt early in the fourth quarter, Dell Rapids scored their fourth touchdown in a row when Boever ran in from 18 yards.  Garry made the extra point to extend the Quarrier lead to 41-30 with 9:15 to play.  The Broncs cut the lead to 41-38 with 2:25 to play after a 31-yard touchdown pass from Tate Hostetter to Olson and a two point conversion by Garrett.  The Broncs got the ball back one more time, but their last effort drive ended in an interception by Ty Wood with just under :30 to play in the game.  The Quarriers were able to kneel the ball to hang on for the win.

Price finished the game 5-9 passing for 138 yards and two touchdowns.  Ellingson had three catches for 98 yards and a touchdown.  Logan Stone had a catch for 10 yards, and Boever had a catch for 30 yards and a touchdown.  Boever led the rushing attack with 20 carries for 226 yards and four rushing touchdowns, five overall in the game.  Stone had 9 carries for 54 yards.  Coby Maeschen had eight tackles in the game defensively.  Tate Kolbeck had six tackles.  Tayte Gleason had 4.5 tackles, and Boever and Alex Kringen both had four tackles.  Ellingson ended the game with three interceptions.  Wood had an interception, and Drew Van Regenmorter had a fumble recovery.

Dell Rapids (2-1) will travel to Hartford to play the West Central Trojans on Friday, September 14th.  The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.

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Extra Point Block Seals Win for Quarriers

DRvsVer_FB_8-31-18An extra point blocked by the Dell Rapids Quarriers proved to be the difference as Dell Rapids defeated the Vermillion Tanagers 29-28 on Friday, August 31st at Dell Rapids High School.  The win was the first win of the season for the 5th ranked Quarriers.

Vermillion scored first with 2:06 to go in the first quarter.  Jacob Peterson connected with Gray Peterson on an 18-yard pass for a touchdown.  Connor Saunders kicked the extra point to give the Tanagers a 7-0 lead.

Dell Rapids scored the next three touchdowns of the game.  Logan Ellingson electrified the home crowd with an 85-yard kick-off return for a touchdown with 1:51 to go in the first quarter.  Hunter Garry kicked the extra point to tie the game at 7-7.  Max Lamer scored the next touchdown for the Quarriers with 10:44 to go in the second quarter on a seven-yard run.  Garry made the extra point.  With 2:27 to play in the first half, Nick Boever scored on a five-yard run, and after the extra point was made by Garry, Dell Rapids had a 21-7 lead.  Vermillion was able to cut the lead with 1:03 to play in the second quarter on a 19-yard touchdown pass from J. Peterson to John LaCognata.  Saunders made the extra point, and Dell Rapids led 21-14 at halftime.

The Tanagers pulled within a point with 7:38 to play in the third quarter.  J. Peterson scored on a one-yard touchdown run.  Coby Maeschen and Boever broke through the line and blocked the extra point attempt of Saunders, and the Quarriers held on to a one point lead at 21-20.

Boever scored his second touchdown of the game with 8:19 to play in the fourth quarter on a three-yard run.  Eddie Price ran into the endzone for the two-point conversion to give Dell Rapids a 29-20 lead.  Vermillion added another score with 3:56 to play after a seven-yard touchdown pass from J. Peterson to Trevor Tarr.  Mitchell Dougherty scored the two-point conversion to cut the lead to 29-28.  Dell Rapids was able to run out the clock the remainder of the game to hang on for the win.

Price finished the game 5-11 passing for 114 yards.  Boever had 16 carries for 76 yards and two touchdowns.  Logan Ellingson one catch for 40 yards.  Avery Welbig had one catch for 30 yards, and Mason Goeken had a catch for 10 yards.  Maeschen led the team defensively with 13 tackles.  Drew VanRegenmorter, Brandon Geraets, and Kenyon Shellum all had four tackles each.

Dell Rapids (1-1) will travel to Belle Fourche on Friday, September 7th.  The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.

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Dakota Valley Spoils Dell Rapids’ Football Season Opener

DRvsDV_FB_8-24-18Dakota Valley took advantage of big special teams plays to beat the Dell Rapids Quarries 49-32 at Dell Rapids High School on Friday, August 24th.  The game was the first game for both teams in the 2018 season.

After Dell Rapids had their first drive stopped, Dakota Valley blocked a Quarrier punt to set up a short field for their first drive of the game.  That drive ended on a one-yard touchdown run by Sam Chesterman.  Nate Rice scored a two point conversion to take an 8-0 lead.  Dell Rapids rebounded in their second drive, and Eddie Price scored on a six-yard run with 4:23 to play in the first quarter.  Price also scored the two-point conversion to tie the game 8-8.  The scored remained 8-8 at the end of the first quarter.

The Panthers regained the lead with 7:50 to go in the first half on a 35-yard run by Rice.  The extra point was good, and Dakota Valley went ahead 15-8.  Dell Rapids was forced to punt in their next drive, and again the punt was blocked.  This time Chayce Montagne recovered the punt and ran it into the endzone for a 33-yard touchdown return.  Dakota Valley led 22-8 with 5:21 to play in the second quarter.  The Quarriers responded with a score with 4:28 to go in the half.  Price connected with Logan Ellingson on a 61-yard pass and then again for the two-point conversion to make the score 22-16.  That’s where the first half score ended.

Dakota Valley got the ball first to start the third quarter.  The Panthers scored on the drive which ended on an eight-yard touchdown run by Chesterman.  The extra point was good to make the score 29-16.  Dell Rapids had to punt in their opening, second-half drive, but the Quarrier defense also forced the Panthers into a punt.  Dell Rapids pulled within five points after a 14-yard touchdown run by Nick Boever and a two-point conversion run by Price with 1:42 to play in the third quarter.  Dakota Valley led 29-24 at the end of the quarter.

Chesterman scored his third touchdown of the game on a 10-yard run with 10:29 to play in the game.  This came after Chesterman converted a fourth down run earlier in the drive.  The extra point was missed, and Dakota Valley led 35-29.  On the ensuing kick-off, the ball went out of bounds for an illegal procedure penalty.  Dell Rapids elected to have Dakota Valley back up five yards and re-kick.  Unfortunately for the Quarriers, the Panthers recovered a short kick-off to get the ball back.  Dakota Valley scored about four minutes later on an 11-yard pass from Rice to Chesterman.  The extra point was good and all of the sudden the Panthers led 42-24.  Price was able to connect with Ellingson again on a 14-yard touchdown pass, and the two-point conversion run was good by Boever with 4:16 to go to cut the lead to 42-32.  The Panthers scored a late touchdown on a 38-yard run by Rice with :20 to go in the game.

Price finished the game 5-11 passing for 98 yards and two touchdowns.  Ellingson had three catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns.  Boever had nine carries for 54 yards and a touchdown.  Price had 14 carries for 43 yards and a touchdown.  Coby Maeschen led the team defensively with 12 tackles.  Kenyon Shellum had eight tackles.  Price finished with seven tackles, and Noah Randall had six tackles.

The Quarriers (0-1) will host Vermillion on Friday, August 31st.  The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.

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Six Quarrier Football Players Earn All-State Recognition

DellRapidsFootballLogoSix players from the Dell Rapids Quarrier football team have earned post-season awards for their play in the 2017 season.

Matt Gillogly, Jeffrey Schuch, Kyle Steineke, Jess Michel, Cole Van Duyn, and Hunter Garry all earned All-State mentions.  Gillogly earned 11A All-State football team honors at fullback.  Schuch was selected as an All-State tight end.  Steineke was an All-State guard, Michel was selected as All-State center, and Van Duyn was selected as an All-State defensive tackle.  Garry was an honorable mention to the All-State team.  11A All-State selections are made by the South Dakota Football Coaches Association.

Gillogly, Schuch, and Van Duyn were also honorable mention selections for the Argus Leader Elite 45 team.

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Quarrier Football Season Ends in Playoffs

DRvsSTM_FB_10-26-17The Dell Rapids Quarrier football team had their season come to an end on Thursday, October 26th.  The St Thomas More Cavaliers upset the Quarriers in the opening round of the 11A football playoffs 21-20.

With the strong winds at their backs, the Cavaliers scored first with 3:33 to go in the first quarter on a 45-yard pass from Ryder Kirsch to Thomas Rafferty.  Joe Poeppel kicked the extra point for a 7-0 St Thomas More lead.  The Cavaliers then scored early in the second quarter.  With 10:34 to play in the half, Kirsch connected with Rafferty again for a 24-yard touchdown.  Poeppel made the extra point into the wind to give St Thomas More a 14-0 lead.

Matt Gillogly scored the first touchdown for Dell Rapids with 2:16 to play in the first half.  Gillogly scored on a two-yard run.  Hunter Gerry made the extra point to cut the lead in half at 14-7.  St Thomas More drove the ball deep into Quarrier territory, but Eddie Price intercepted a pass at the goal line with :12.8 on the clock to keep the score 14-7 heading into halftime.

Neither team was able to put a score on the board in the third quarter, but Dell Rapids tied the game with 10:28 left in the fourth quarter after a seven-yard run by Gillogly and the extra point by Gerry.  St Thomas More pushed the ball to midfield but was forced into a fourth and short.  The Cavaliers went for it, and the Dell Rapids defense tackled Kirsch for a loss to get the ball back on a turnover on downs with 8:07 to play in the game.

Dell Rapids methodically marched the 50 yards in just under five minutes of clock time.  Carson Rentz scored the go-ahead touchdown with 3:13 to go in the game on a one-yard quarterback sneak.  Unfortunately for Dell Rapids, Gerry’s extra point attempt into the wind hit the right upright of the goalpost and was no good.  The Quarriers led 20-14.  After getting the ball on their own 35 yard line, the Cavaliers ran three plays, two of which were big pass plays, to get into the end zone.  Kirsch hit Rafferty for 25-yards with 2:49 to play.  The extra point was good by Poeppel to give St Thomas More a 21-20 lead.

The Quarriers were able to get the ball to the Cavalier 41 yard line with about 2:00 to go in the game.  After a running play failed to get out of bounds on first down, Rentz spiked the ball to stop the click and bring up a 3rd down and 8 for Dell Rapids.  The Quarriers next play was an incomplete pass to put the Quarriers into fourth down.  The fourth down play was an incomplete pass, and the Cavaliers took over on downs with 1:29 to play in the game.  St Thomas More was able to run out the clock for the win.

The Quarriers finished the game with 248 yards of total offense, 43 passing yards and 205 rushing yards.  Rentz was 4-13 passing for 43 yards and an interception.  Alex Kringen had three catches for 32 yards, and Adam Nagelhout had one catch for 11 yards.  Gillogly had 19 carries for 98 yards and two touchdowns.  Nick Boever had nine carries for 46 yards.  Nagelhout had 10 carries for 38 yards.  Seth Spielmann finished with five carries for 14 yards.  Price had eight tackles and an interception.  Gillogly finished with seven tackles.  Josh Heinemann had six tackles, and Boever finished with five tackles.  Andrew Hegge had a sack in the game, and Jeffrey Schuch had an interception.

The Quarrier season comes to an end with a 7-3 overall record.

 

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Quarriers Fall to Madison in Football Regular-Season Finale

DRvsMad_FB_10-19-17The 2017 regular season came to an end for the Dell Rapids Quarriers on Thursday, October 19th in Madison.  The Bulldogs ended a seven-game win streak by Dell Rapids with a 38-21 win.

Madison put up two scores in the first quarter.  Josh Giles connected with Jacob Unterbrunner on a 55-yard pass play to give the Bulldogs a 6-0 lead.  Madison struck again when Giles threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Jaxon Janke.  The Bulldogs led 12-0 after the first quarter.

Dell Rapids cut the lead to 12-7 midway through the second quarter.  With 6:55 to go in the half, Matt Gillogly scored on an 11-yard run with the extra point good by Hunter Gerry.  Madison answered just over two minutes later when Giles connected with Jaxon Janke on a 51-yard touchdown pass to push the lead to 18-7.  Dell Rapids would drive deep into Bulldog territory late in the second quarter, but with under a minute to play, Jarrett Lurz intercepted Carson Rentz pass at the goal line to keep the Bulldogs ahead 18-7 at halftime.

Madison scored on their second drive of the second half.  Jadon Janke scored on a 44-yard touchdown run with 7:07 in the third quarter to push the lead to 24-7.  Rentz threw a 19-yard touchdown pass on fourth down to Jeffrey Schuch with 3:59 to play in the third.  Gerry connected again on the extra point, and Dell Rapids trailed 24-14.  Madison would get one more score before the end of the third quarter.  Jadon Janke scored on a 35-yard run with 1:57 left in the quarter to push the lead to 32-14.

The Bulldogs scored first in the fourth quarter.  Girls hit Jaxon Janke on a 39-yard touchdown pass with 6:08 to go in the game to give Madison a 38-14 lead.  Mason Schmidt caught a 26-yard touchdown pass from Rentz with 5:05 to go for the final score of the game.

Dell Rapids had a total of 275 yards of offense, 174 passing yards and 101 rushing yards.  Madison finished with 419 yards of offense, 199 passing yards and 220 rushing yards.  The Quarriers were 4-10 on third down, while Madison was 6-11.

Rentz finished 11-16 passing for 174 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.  Schuch had four catches for 79 yards and a touchdown.  Seth Spielmann had three catches for 45 yards.  Mason Schmidt ended the game with two catches for 30 yards and a touchdown.  Gillogly had 12 carries for 61 yards and a touchdown.  Alex Kringen had one carry for 17 yards.  Nick Boever had six carries for 14 yards.  Spielmann finished with five carries for 10 yards.

Defensively for Dell Rapids, Boever finished the night with eight tackles.  Gillogly, Josh Heinemann, and Eddie Price all had seven tackles.  Andrew Hegge finished with six tackles.  Cole VanDuyn had five tackles, and Logan Ellingson, Blake Reider, and Logan Heim all finished with four tackles each.

Dell Rapids finishes the regular season with a 7-2 record.  The Quarriers will be the #3 seed in the 2017 South Dakota 11A Football Playoffs and will host #6 St Thomas More on Thursday, October 26th.  The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.

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Quarrier Football Makes it Seven in a Row

DRvsFlan_FB_10-13-17After losing the first game of the year, the Dell Rapids Quarrier football team won their seventh game in a row on Friday, October 13th.  The Quarriers defeated the Flandreau Fliers 54-15 on senior night at Dell Rapids High School.

The Quarriers held a 13-0 lead after the first quarter.  Seth Spielmann scored on a 47-yard run with Hunter Garry.  Spielmann then scored on a six yard run.  Flandreau cut the lead to 13-8 in the second quarter after a 37-yard touchdown pass from Michael Witte from Bastian Erickson.  Dell Rapids then closed out the half with three more scores.  Carson Rentz connected with Jeffrey Schuch on a 23-yard touchdown pass.  Spielmann scored his third touchdown of the half on a 47-yard run, and Nick Boever had a five-yard touchdown run.  Dell Rapids led 35-8 at halftime.

The Quarriers continued the scoring attack in the third quarter.  Eddie Price had a 36-yard run and also had an 80 yard touchdown pass to Alex Kringen to give the Quarriers a 48-8 lead after three quarters.  Flandreau scored on a 30-yard run by Witte.  Zach Schreier scored the last touchdown for Dell Rapids on a 5-yard fumble return.

Dell Rapids finished with 565 yards of total offense, 160 passing yards and 405 rushing yards.  Flandreau finished with 208 yards of total offense.

Rentz was 4-6 passing for 80 yards and a touchdown.  Price was 1-2 passing for 80 yards and a touchdown.  Kringen had one catch for 80 yards and a touchdown.  Schuch had two catches for 43 yards and a touchdown.  Josh Heinemann had a 20-yard catch, and Blake Reider had a 17-yard catch.  Spielmann had 10 carries for 151 yards and three touchdowns.  Price had three carries for 55 yards and a touchdown.  Boever had six carries for 55 yards and a touchdown.  Heinemann had six carries and 55 yards.  Thane Hilmoe led the team with six tackles.  Lealand Randel had four tackles.  Andrew Hegge, Cole Van Duyn, and Reider all finished with three tackles.

Dell Rapids (7-1) will end the regular season on Thursday, October 19th.  The Quarriers will play undefeated Madison Bulldogs in Madison.  The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.

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Quarriers Win Sixth in a Row

DRvsMilbank_FB_10-6-17The Dell Rapids Quarriers won their sixth straight game after a 42-21 win over the Milbank Bulldogs on Friday, October 6th, at Dell Rapids High School.

The Bulldogs scored first with 6:58 to go in the first quarter.  Mitch Quade connected with Max McCulloch on 25-yard touchdown pass.  The extra point was no good, and Milbank led 6-0.  Dell Rapids scored the next three touchdowns in the game.  Nick Boever scored on a three-yard run, and Hunter Garry made the extra point to give Dell Rapids a 7-6 lead with 3:15 to go in the first quarter.  Seth Spielmann scored the next two touchdowns on runs of six yards and three yards.  Dell Rapids led 21-6 with 4:16 left in the first half.

The Bulldogs scored two times before the half to tie the game at 21-21.  Quade threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to James Weber with 3:02 remaining.  Jacob Karges then had a one-yard touchdown run with :16 to go in the half to tie the game.

Dell Rapids scored the only three touchdowns of the second half on their way to the victory.  Boever had a 47-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.  Boever then scored his third touchdown with 10:30 to go in the game on a 20-yard run.  Spielmann scored his third touchdown of the game with 3:38 left in the game on a 25 yard run.

The Quarriers finished with 469 yards of total offense.  They had 283 rushing yards and 186 passing yards.  Carson Rentz was 6-9 passing for 186 yards.  Matt Gillogly had one catch for 78 yards.  Boever had three catches for 56 yards.  Blake Reider had a catch for 27 yards, and Jeffrey Schuch had a catch for 25 yards.  Boever finished with 16 carries for 156 yards and three touchdowns.  Spielmann had 15 carries for 81 yards and three touchdowns.  Defensively for Dell Rapids, Schuch finished the game with 10 tackles.  Eddie Price and nine tackles.  Boever, Josh Heinemann, and Andrew Hegge all had six tackles.  Cole Van Duyn had five tackles.  Logan Heim had a sack, and Logan Ellingson had an interception.

Dell Rapids (6-1) will host Flandreau on Friday, October 13th.  This will be the final regular season home game for the Quarriers and will be Senior Night.  The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.

 

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