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KSFY/KWSN Broadcasters SD Prep Football Poll - Week 1

KSFY-KWSN SD Broadcasters Poll will be released every Monday (including Labor Day Weekend) during the South . lDakota prep football regular season in 2013. The rankings are determined by total points with first-place votes noted in parentheses (below). The poll has been expanded to 16 voters, who include Craig Mattick, KWSN; Chris Tubbs, KWSN; Eric Thorstenson, KSFY-TV; Matt Peterson, KSFY-TV; Dan Genzler, KSFY TV; Vic Quick, KOTA TV; Ben Root, KGIM; Dellas Cole, KBRK; Jeff Duffy, KOKK; Tim Smith, KMIT; Steve Morgan, KORN; Rod Fisher, KFGX; Nate Brown, KIMM/sdsportsbuzz.com;  John Thayer, KVHT; Todd Enderson, KWAT; and Chris Doski, KWYR

11AAA

1 – Sioux Falls Roosevelt (1-0), 74 (14)

2 – Sioux Falls Lincoln (1-0), 61 (1)

3 – Sioux Falls Washington (1-0), 40

4 – Sioux Falls O’Gorman (1-0), 35

5 – Aberdeen Central (0-1), 9, UR last week

Also receiving votes –

Brandon Valley (0-1), 6, #5 last week

Blog Notes – #1 Sioux Falls Roosevelt picked up increased support after a  30-0 road win over previously #5 Brandon Valley. The Rough Riders received 14-of-15 first place votes as junior QB Taryn Christion completed 14-of-25 passes for 152 yards and rushed for 62 yards with four combined TDs. Lincoln remained #2 with a 55-19 win over Rapid City Central on the road. The Patriots, which also received a first place vote, was led by Caden Quintanilla with 167 yards and three TDs as he went over 2K yards rushing in his career (183 carries, 2007 yards, 21 TDs). The Patriots recorded 50 or more points for the 14th time in the past five seasons. SF Washington lost support (preseason poll) but hung on with a 19-17 win over an improved Aberdeen Central team, which moved into the top-five, replacing BV. The  Warriors won their 13th straight game as  Dan Marlette had 67 yards rushing and a TD while recording 11 tackles, 4.5 sacks, and a FF. SF O’Gorman broke from a 14-9 halftime lead against Rapid City Stevens (0-1) by outscoring the visitors, 20-0 in the second quarter. The Knights rolled up 421 total yards on offense, including 379 on the ground.  Aberdeen Central outgained Washington and received a big night from QB Jacob Goehring, who completed 17-of-30 passes for 262 yards with two TDs (18, 22) and two int., in his debut performance.

11AA

1 – Pierre (1-0), 75, (15) #2 last week

2 – Brookings (1-0), 56, #3 last week

3 – Mitchell (1-0), 36, UR last week

4 – Harrisburg (1-0), 19

5 – Yankton (0-1), 18, #1 last week

Also receiving votes –

Watertown (0-1), 14, #5 last week

Douglas (1-0), 7

Blog notes – Previously #1 Yankton lost to previously unranked Mitchell, 27-21 when the Kernels scored on a late TD pass from Kanin Nelson to Beau Brown with 3:16 to play. Mitchell, which has not been ranked since being ranked #5 in week seven of the 2011 poll, moved into the #3 spot after defeating the Bucks for the first time since 1987. Taking over the top spot was Pierre, a team that received all 15 first-place votes. The Governors defeated previously #5 Watertown, 35-24, as QB Alex Gray had four TDs while rushing for 93 yards and throwing for 220. Watertown, which fell out of the rankings, received 198 yards rushing from senior standout Shay Bratland. Ranked #4 is Harrisburg, which captured a 12-2 road win over Sturgis. Rounding out the top five was Yankton.   

11A

1 – Dell Rapids (0-0), 73 (13)

2 – West Central (1-0), 55 (2)

3 – Tea Area (1-0), 37, #4 last week

4 – Hot Springs (0-0), 40, #3 last week

5 – Madison (1-0), 23

Also receiving votes

Sisseton (1-0), 3

Vermillion (1-0), 1

Blog Notes: Defending champion Dell Rapids did not play and open the season on Sept. 6 at #5 Madison (1-0). West Central held onto the #2 ranking after a 49-6 win over Dakota Valley as the Trojans had 255 yards on offense and Cole Tirrel scored on both sides of the ball. Tea Area moved up a spot after a 46-6 win over Elk Point-Jefferson as QB Taylor Roeman threw for three TDs and Cooper Hansen had 167 yards rushing and three TDs. Despite an off week, Hot Springs dropped to #4 and opens the season vs. 11B #3 St. Thomas More on Friday, Sept. 6. Madison opened the season with an out-of-state win over Pipestone (MN), 36-0, as Rush Milne had 113 yards rushing and two TDs.  Sisseton rolled to a 56-6 win over Milbank as Bruce Gunderson completed 11-of-19 passes for 314 yards and four TDs in one of the top opening-night performances in SD.  

11B

1 – Aberdeen Roncalli (1-0) 71 (11)

2 – Winner (1-0), 63 (4)

3 – St. Thomas More (1-0), 33, #5 last week

4 – Parkston (1-0), 32, #3 last week

5 – Wagner (1-0), 20, UR last week

Also receiving votes 

Canton (1-0), 4

Tri-Valley (0-1), 2, #3 last week

Blog Notes – Aberdeen Roncalli picked up 11-of-15 first place votes after a 37-20 win over Redfield-Doland (0-1). The Cavaliers forced five turnovers while Dalton Cox had 3 total TDs and 13 rushes for 110 yards. Winner was a solid #2 as they opened defense of their 11B crown by picking up a 48-6 win over Chamberlain as QB Nathan Galbraith had six carries for 78 yards and 2 TDs. Moving into the #3 spot was St. Thomas More, which had a 34-7 win over 11AA Spearfish as Newt Johnson had 25 carries for 211 yards and three TDs. Parkston fell to #4, but barely, just being edged for #3 by one point by STM. Parkston defeated Groton, 21-0 to open the season. Wagner, which received support in the preseason poll, defeated previously #3 and 11B runner-up Tri-Valley, 22-14. Wagner was led by David Kocer, who rushed for 100 yards and went over 1,500 yards for his career. Wagner QB Dylan Brunsing passed for 185 yards and two TDs while WR Noah St. Pierre caught three passes for 132 yards and both TDs.   

9AA

1 – Gregory (1-0), 75 (15)

2 – Arlington (1-0), 53, previously #4

3 – Clark-Willow Lake (1-0), 37

4 – Garretson (1-0), 24, previously #5

5 – Deubrook (0-1), 17, previously #2

Also receiving  votes –

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (1-0), 12

Deuel (1-0), 3

Menno Marion (1-0), 2

Kimball/White Lake (1-0), 2

Blog Notes: Gregory rallied to defeat previously 9A #1 Colome in a battle of preseason #1s and as a result picked up all 15 first-place votes in this week’s poll. In his first career start, Gorillas QB Kurt Braun had 15 carries for 198 yards and three TDs rushing as the Gorillas compiled 369 yards on the ground and 415 yards in total offense. With a 34-20 win over previously #2 and def. champ Deubrook, Arlington moved up from #4 to #2. The Cardinals, which moved up from 9A this season, ended Deubrook’s 12-game winning streak. Deubrook fell to #5 in the poll, despite 251 all-purpose yards (186 yards rushing) by Riley Hanson.  With a 56-6 win over Waubay/Summit, Clark-Willow Lake held a firm grasp on the #3 spot. Garretson jumped to #4 after a 36-6 win over Chester as Matt Johnson had 23 carries for 137 yards and a TD. Also of note, Menno-Marion’s Nick Gortmaker led his team to a 49-0 win over Irene-Wakonda with 371 total yards, including 222 yards rushing.    

9A

1 – Herreid/Selby (1-0), 66 (9), previously #2

2 – Howard (0-0), 53 (1), previously #3

3 – Potter County (1-0), 42 (2) previously #4

4 – Colome (0-1), 34 (2), previously #1

5 – Wolsey-Wessington (1-0), 17

Also receiving votes –

Alcester-Hudson (1-0), 7 (1)

Andes Central (1-0), 2

Sully Buttes (1-0), 1

Blog Notes: With a 37-0 win over Timber Lake, Herreid/Selby moved into the #1 slot, capturing 9-of-15 first place votes. Howard was idle but picked up a first place vote and sits second. Potter County, which received three TDs from QB Chayce Hall, moved up to #3 after a 45-13 road win over Miller. Colome, which received 158 yards rushing and three TDs from Terrance Kinzer (2,877 career rushing yards, 45 career TDs) fell to 9AA #1 Gregory, 43-22. Wolsey-Wessington rolled to a 58-14 win over Highmore-Harrold. Unranked Alcester-Hudson picked up a first place vote after winning their opener. Also of note, Corsica/Stickney (1-0) had 424 yards rushing in a 52-12 win over Gayville Volin.

9B

1 – Canistota (1-0) 75 (15)

2 – Hamlin (1-0), 52, previously #3

3 – Avon (1-0), 34, previously #5

4 – Castlewood (0-0), 28

5 – Faith (1-0), 14, UR previously

Also receiving votes

Harding County (0-1), 7, previously #2

Wall (1-0), 6

Hitchcock-Tulare (0-0), 4

Eureka-Bowdle (1-0), 3

Langford Area (1-0), 1

Lyman (1-0), 1

Blog Notes: #1 Canistota continued to roll along, winning its 37th straight game (2nd all-time) with a 32-12 win over Hanson. Shay Jolley tossed three TDs in his first career start while senior Nick Hofer had 202 yards rushing and 81 yards receiving with two TDs. Previously #2 Harding County dropped a 26-14 decision to new #5 Faith, 26-14. Hamlin moved up to #2 with a 39-0 win over Tri-State as Dusty Quiram had 100 yards rushing and two TDs, going over 1,200 (1,247) for his career. Avon moved up to #3 as RB Brandon Kocmich had 147 yards rushing and two TDs for the Pirates, which totaled 372 yards rushing. Kocmich went over 1,000 yards for his career (1,047). #4 Castlewood held firm in an idle week. Also of note, Carson Johnston led Wall to a win with 241 rushing yards and three TDs.     

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