The Dell Rapids Quarriers dominated the entire first half in a 45-20 at the Belle Fourche Broncs on Friday, September 2nd.
The Quarriers played with a short field and scored on just about every possession in the first half while building a big lead. Mason Stubbe got the scoring started with a 38-yard touchdown run with 10:05 in the opening quarter. Chase Jones scored about two minutes later on a 16-yard run. Camden Justice made both extra points for a 14-0 lead. The Broncs got one big pass play in the first quarter. Belle Fourche scored on a 65-yard touchdown pass with 6:15 in the quarter. The extra point was good, and the score was 14-7.
It was all Dell Rapids from there the rest of the first quarter and half. Jones scored again with 4:45 to play on a five-yard run. Jack Henry had a 26-yard run with 2:58 left in the first quarter, and then Henry had a 23-yard touchdown pass to Braden Fersdahl with :30 left in the quarter. Justice made all three extra points, and Dell Rapids lead 35-7 at the end of the first quarter.
Jones scored for the third time with 10:48 to play in the second quarter to push the lead to 42-7. Justice ended the first half scoring with a 30-yard field goal. Dell Rapids led 45-7 at halftime.
The Broncs got two second half touchdowns. The first one was on a 26-yard pass play with :39 left in the third quarter, and the final touchdown was on a 39-yard pass play with 5:15 left in the game.
The Quarriers finished with 296 yards of offense, 261 rushing yards and 35 passing yards. Henry was 2-3 passing for 35 yards and a touchdown. Fersdahl had a 23-yard touchdown catch, and Aiden Geraets had a catch for 12 yards. Jones had six carries for 65 yards and three touchdowns. Henry had three carries for 53 yards and a touchdown. Stubbe had one carry for 38 yards and a touchdown. Brayden Pankonen added three carries for 27 yards, and Grady Lamer had six carries for 23 yards.
Treyse Eastman finished with 5.5 tackles. Will Jaton added 4.5 tackles. Ryler Evans, Ethan Ten Eyck, and Geraets all had three tackles each.