The Huron Tigers ended the Yankton football season last night with a 21-6 victory in the Class 11-AA quarterfinals. Senior quarterback Cooper Cornemann passed for 162 yards and scored the Bucks only touchdown on a nine-yard run in the fourth quarter. Yankton finished with a 3 and 7 season record.
In the Class 9-AA football playoffs Thursday, defending state champion Bon Homme crushed Jones County/White River 55-0 as quarterback Josh Crownover accounted for five touchdowns for the Cavaliers. Unbeaten Viborg-Hurley routed Platte-Geddes 66-20 as Chase Mason had 356 yards total offense and five scores.
In Class 9-A football, defending state champion Canistota-Freeman defeated Wall 44-13 last night. In the Class 9-B playoffs, Colman-Egan blanked Irene-Wakonda by a 52-0 score and Wolsey-Wessington shut out Scotland 50-0.
In the opening round of Nebraska high school football playoffs on Thursday, Hartington-Newcastle outscored Mead 75-28 as Shaye Morten had 119 yards rushing for the Wildcats. Hartington-Newcastle will face unbeaten Bloomfield next Wednesday after the Bees rolled over Pender 54-16 last night. In other playoff scores, Plainview topped Randolph 56-6, Johnson-Brock defeated Wynot 62-14, Cross County downed Laurel-Concord-Coleridge 60-26, and Creighton eliminated Wisner-Pilger 56-32.
In Nebraska Class C-2 first round football tonight, Hartington Cedar Catholic plays at unbeaten Oakland-Craig in a 7:00 game.
The Mount Marty volleyball squad is 8 and 21 overall as they visit Morningside tonight in a G-PAC matchup. The U-S-D volleyball team is 21 and 1 this season with an 18-match winning streak as the Coyotes play at Omaha this evening. The Coyote women’s soccer team battled Oral Roberts to a 4-4 draw last night.