The Beresford Watchdogs were the only team to score in the fourth quarter which helped them to a 54-35 win at Lennox on Friday, September 23rd. The first three quarters were back and forth with each of the first three quarters ending in a tie score.
The Orioles scored first with 8:48 in the opening quarter on a four-yard touchdown pass. The extra point was no good. Beresford got on the board with a nine-yard touchdown run by Peyton Fridrich. Tate VanOtterloo made the extra point for a 7-6 lead. After a high snap by Lennox on a punt attempt, the Watchdogs took advantage. Jaxson Tadlock had a five-hard touchdown run with 2:46 in the quarter. VanOtterloo made the extra point for a 14-6 score. Lennox tied the game with a five-yard touchdown run and two-point conversion.
Lennox went back in front, 21-14, with 9:44 to play in the second quarter on a 25-yard touchdown pass and extra point. Fridrich scored again about four minutes later on an 11-yard run. VanOtterloo tied the game with the extra point. Beresford then went ahead with 2:18 to play in the half on another 11-yard touchdown run by Fridrich and an extra point by VanOtterloo. Lennox, however, would tie the game on a 17-yard touchdown pass and extra point with just :10 to go. The score was 28-28 at halftime.
Each team got a score in the third quarter. Jack Stenen had a 10-yard run with 4:38 left in the quarter for Beresford. Lennox got their score on a 12-yard touchdown pass with 2:56 to go. Both teams made their respective extra points, and the score was tied 35-35 heading into the final quarter.
Tadlock scored the eventual go-ahead touchdown with 8:27 to play on a five yard run. VanOtterloo found the end zone on an 18-yard run with 4:34 to go. Neither extra point was good on those two touchdowns, and Beresford led 47-35. The Watchdogs got one more score from Tadlock on another five-yard run with 1:09 on the clock. VanOtterloo made the extra point for a 54-35 win.