Lac qui Parle Valley took possession of the goose call traveling trophy with a 16-13 win over Montevideo Friday at Montevideo.


Lac qui Parle Valley took possession of the goose call traveling trophy with a 16-13 win over Montevideo Friday at Montevideo.

The rivalry game was also the West Central Conference South opener for both teams.

Montevideo got on the scoreboard on its first possession when Brett Bergeson hit Colton Vien witth a 7-yard scoring pass.

The Eagles then scored 16 unanswered points. They tied the score late in the first quarter when Sam Haas caught a tipped pass from Blake Hoium and scored from 11 yards out.

An interception by Jacob Redepenning gave the Eagles the ball on Montevideo’s 26-yard line. Hoium hit Trent Hanson with a 24-yard pass to the 2-yard line, and Hoium scored on a quarterback keeper for a 13-6 Eagles lead.

A?63-yard run by sophomore fullback J.D. Strux­ness on the Eagles’ next possession set up a 32-yard field goal by Brandon Bornhorst.

The T-Hawks got back into the game, driving 80 yards in nine plays. Vien outjumped an Eagles defender for a 37-yard completion from Bergeson to the LqPV 25.

On a third-and-goal situation from the 14, Bergeson hit Isaac Jaspersen on a post pattern for the touchdown. Ryan Boike’s conversion pulled Montevideo within 16-13 at halftime.

Montevideo dominated the statistical battle in the first half, picking up 12 first downs, to three for the Eagles. Montevideo outgained the Eagles 200-97 in total offense.

The defenses of both teams dominated the action in the scoreless second half.

Montevideo drove into Eagles territory late in the game but lost the ball on downs.

The T-Hawks will seek their first win of the season at Benson Friday. The Braves are also 0-2.

Scoring by quarters
LqPV 6 10 0 0 — 16
Monte 6 7 0 0 — 13
First Quarter
Monte — Colton Vien 7 pass from Brett Bergeson (kick blocked) 6:22.
LqPV — Sam Haas 11 pass from Blake Hoium (kick failed) 1:58.
Second Quarter
LqPV — Hoium 2 run (Brandon Bornhorst kick) 11:52.
LqPV — Bornhorst 32 field goal, 6:26.
Monte — Isaac Jaspersen 14 pass from Bergeson (Ryan Boike kick) 1:09.

Team stats LqPV Monte First downs 9 16 Total net yards 320 280    Plays 48 65 Net yards rushing 175 122     Attempts 35 38 Net yards passing 145 158 Comp-att-int  5-13-1 14-27-1 Fumbles-lost 1-1 1-1 Punts-avg 3-30 5-33 Penalties-yards 4-35 7-40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Individual leaders:
RUSHING: LqPV: Sam Haas 13-107, J.D. Struxness 8-83. Monte: Logan Ackerman 10-58, Jake Douglas 14-31, Brett Berg­eson 9-20, Joe Bednar 1-7, Isaac Jaspersen 4-5.
PASSING: LqPV: Hoium 5-12-1, 145 yards. Monte: Bergeson 14-27-1, 158 yards.
RECEIVING: LqPV: Haas 3-113, Trent Hanson 1-24, Struxness 1-8. Monte: Colton Vien 4-67, Joe Bednar 5-36, Jaspersen 3-34, Ryan Boike 2-21.
INTERCEPTIONS: LqPV:?Jacob Redepenning. Monte: Ackerman.
FUMBLE RECOVERIES: LqPV: Redepenning. Monte: None.
TACKLES (solo-assist): Monte: Douglas 7-2, Austin Hoehne 6-1, Phillip Ward 4-1, Ackerman 4-1, Bednar 3-1, Jaspersen 2-2.
SACKS: Monte: Bednar 1, Hoehne 1.


West Central South Football

Final Conf. All Lac qui?Parle Valley 1-0 2-0 Yellow Med. East 1-0 1-1 Morris Area 1-0 1-1 ACGC 1-0 1-1 Benson 1-0 1-1 BOLD 0-1 1-1 Montevideo 0-1 0-2 Minnewaska 0-1 0-2 Paynesville 0-1 0-2 Long Prairie-GE 0-1 0-2

Friday’s Results
LqP Valley 16, Monte 13
Morris 28, BOLD
ACGC 56, LPGE 0
YME 20, Minnewaska 0
Benson 26, Paynesville 22