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Football Previews from Eastern ND

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Thu Aug 23, 2012 1:30 pm




Final records

Conf. Overall


Grafton 7 0 12 0

Fargo Shanley 5 2 8 4

Wahpeton 5 2 8 3

Kindred 4 3 6 4

Lisbon 3 4 5 4

Central Cass 2 5 4 5

Griggs-Barnes Co. 1 6 1 8

Valley City 1 6 3 6


Grafton – Jake Hanson (AS)*, Zach Burns (AS)*, Zach Suda (AS)*, Joey Demers (AS)*, Adam Jiskra (AS)*, Zach Peterson (AS); Fargo Shanley – Tyler Rivard (AS)*, Matt Martino (AS)*, Brandon Nelson (AS)*, Joey Thorson (AS)*, Nick Salentine (AS)*; Wahpeton – Zayne Medhaug (AS)*, Justin Manning*, Charlie Hermes (AS)*, Cooper Krause (AS)*, Joel Green (AS); Kindred – Race Heitkamp (AS)*, Jack Plankers (AS)*, Austin Dahlgren (AS)*, Eric Bachmeier (AS); Lisbon – Tanner Doll (AS)*, Tyler Doll (AS)*, Derek Lyons*, Hunter Maiers (AS)*; Central Cass – Ellery Bresnahan (AS), Josh Roesler (AS),* Ross Radermacher; Griggs-Barnes County – Trevor Anderson (AS), Pete Fehr, Jamie Eggermont; Valley City – Josh Magnuson (AS)*, Tayler Lentz (AS)

*-- Senior in 2011

(AS) – All-state in 2011

Of note

n Grafton beat Fargo Shanley 22-8 in the AA state championship game last season, giving the Spoilers their first state football title. Shanley was denied in its bid for a third straight AA state championship.

n The East dominated the 2011 playoffs. All four East Region teams beat West Region teams in the state quarterfinals.


Four teams to watch

Teams listed in alphabetical order

n Fargo Shanley: The Deacons were senior-dominated last season. But the overall program is strong, as indicated by its berth in three straight AA state title games. Tackles Dave Kjera and all-stater Josh Berg return to anchor the offensive and defensive lines. Running back Joe Laske (200 rushing yards) and receiver Grady Meyer also are returning regulars on an offense that could get key contributions from quarterback Chase Montplaisir, tight end Kelvin Caga and speedy back Danny Stasch. Laske and Brett Hettenbaugh are playmakers at linebacker spots. Receiver-linebacker Dan Arnold, a transfer from Chicago, could be an impact player.

n Grafton: The Spoilers’ big-play offense led them to a Class AA state title last season. Now they’ll rely more on defense and the offensive line. Grafton figures to be more run-oriented, working behind a line that returns starters Jaime Villarreal, Zach Peterson and Travis Dolan. Julian Martinez figures to be a key running back, and Christian Lunde switches from wide receiver to quarterback to run the offense. The defense builds around Peterson, a returning all-stater, Villarreal, Lunde and Austin Contreras.

n Griggs-Barnes County: It starts up front, as G-BC returns its entire offensive line, a unit led by 290-pound sophomore Justin Hanson and all-stater Trevor Anderson. The run-oriented offense is paced by speedster Wyatt Steckler (660 rushing yards), a qualifier in the 100 at last spring’s state track meet, and versatile Jacoby Kramlich. Pete Fehr returns from a knee injury to anchor the defense from his middle linebacker position.

n Wahpeton: The Huskies figure to have a strong running game. Brock Lingen (626 rushing yards, 6.3 per-carry average) and Tyler Gripentrog (598 rushing yards) give Wahpeton a pair of speedy backs. They’ll work behind a line anchored by veterans Tyler Ringdahl and all-stater Joel Green. Linebacker Cole Gilles is the top playmaker on a defense that also returns Green, Ringdahl, Lingen and Gripentrog to the starting lineup.

Top returners


Ellery Bresnahan, CC, 144-919

Eric Bachmeier, Kind, 135-864

Wyatt Steckler, GBC, 139-660

Brock Lingen, Wahp, 100-626

Tyler Gripentrog, Wahp, 121-598

Nathan Mangin, Lis, 53-527

Tyler Mittleider, Lis, 76-418

Christian Lunde, Graf, 40-367

Brandon Breckheimer, VC, 92-301

Jamie Eggermont, GBC, 69-266

Jacoby Kramlich, GBC, 48-239

Joe Laske, Shan, 42-200

Julian Martinez, Graf, 36-158


Mitch Scheer, CC, 55-107, 685

Eric Bachmeier, Kind, 38-88, 582

Kyle Schultz, CC, 20-44, 421

Tyler Mittleider, Lis, 30-73, 382

Brad Clemens, GBC, 20-50, 212

Tim Erker, GBC, 9-23, 198


Ellery Bresnahan, CC, 30-440

Christian Lunde, Graf, 11-203

Ross Radermacher, CC, 10-258

Alex Lunneborg, Wahp, 10-125

Derek Fletcher, GBC, 9-125

Jamie Eggermont, GBC, 8-135

Kyle Knutson, VC, 7-100

Dylan Urbach, Lis, 7-55

Cole Gilles, Wahp, 7-50

Joe Laske, Shan, 7-49



Final records

Conf. Overall


Linton-HMB 7 0 10 2

Oakes 6 1 8 2

Milnor-N. Sargent 5 2 6 4

Maple Valley-End. 4 3 7 4

Northern Cass 3 4 3 6

Oak Grove 2 5 2 6

Kidder County 1 6 1 7

Mayville-Portland-CG 0 7 0 8


Mayville-Portland-C-G – Ryan Ust; Northern Cass – Josh Erickson*, Taylor Kyllo, Maverick Symington; Fargo Oak Grove – Tanner Anderson*, Tony DeLeon*, Mike Rustvang*; Kidder County – Ben Stroh, Tanner Kessel; Linton-HMB – Tanner Purintun (AS)*, Alex Gross (AS)*, Cody Sehn*, Nolan Meidinger (AS)*, Jayden Gross (AS)*, Dillon Doolittle*; Oakes – Ben Ketterling (AS)*, Adam Roney (AS)*, Victor Cordova (AS)*, Cody Vogeli (AS)*, Tanner Zetocha*; Milnor-North Sargent – Josh Hansana (AS)*, Jacob Greenmeyer*, Andrew Martinson, Zach Drevlow (AS); Maple Valley-Enderlin – Jesse Beilke (AS)*, Ethan Preston (AS)*, Ty Smith*, Jordan Haseleu (AS)

*-- Senior in 2011

(AS) – All-state in 2011

Of note

n Linton-HMB, which was undefeated in the region during the regular season, advanced in the playoffs all the way to the state title game before dropping a 42-6 decision to Stanley-Powers Lake in the championship game.

n Oakes, Milnor-North Sargent and Maple Valley-Enderlin also were playoff qualifiers. Maple Valley-Enderlin lost 21-20 to Linton-HMB in the state semifinals, a game in which Maple Valley-Enderlin built a 20-0 lead at halftime.


Four teams to watch

Teams listed in alphabetical order

n Linton-HMB: The strength starts up front. The Lions return four starters on the offensive line in guards Clay Jacob and Ethen Roemmich and tight ends Al Gefroh and Jordan Gross. Brock Nagel (417 rushing yards) switches from fullback to tailback and Mike Oien will join him in the backfield. The team is inexperienced at quarterback, where Brooks Flyberg takes over for graduated all-stater Tanner Purintun. The defense is led by Roemmich and Gefroh on the line and Jacob and Nagel at linebacker.

n Milnor-North Sargent: Twelve seniors graduated from last season’s team, which had only two juniors on the roster. Yet six offensive and six defensive starters return. All-stater Zach Drevlow and tight end Wyatt Mund anchor the line on an offense that will gear more to the running of Andrew Martinson (594 rushing yards), while Landon Mund is a playmaker at receiver and linebacker. Briton Bussman takes over at quarterback for graduated all-stater Josh Hansana.

n Northern Cass: The Jaguars build around a big, veteran line. Craig Kyllo (6-5, 325), Chance Olsby (6-0, 265) and Isaiah Seefried (5-11, 225) all are returning two-way starters up front. Working behind the blocking unit are the two biggest playmakers on last season’s 3-6 team, as Maverick Symington rushed for 719 yards and Taylor Kyllo rushed for 394 yards while completing 65-of-131 passes for 758 yards.

n Oakes: There is a veteran cast, as seven players are back with starting experience on both sides of the ball. Quarterback Trent Ptacek (62-of-104, 891 yards passing) leads an offense that has a promising corps of skill-position players in Dalton Magill, Keaton Peterson, Stephen Quandt, Cole Ehrlin and speedster Blake Hollingsworth. Ricardo Gamon returns as a two-way starting lineman, but Oakes will otherwise be inexperienced on the line.

Top returners


Maverick Symington, NC, 121-719

Andrew Martinson, M-NS, 142-594

Brock Nagel, L-HMB, 95-417

Taylor Kyllo, NC, 81-394

Ryan Ust, MPCG, 79-259

Tanner Kessel, KC, 64-256

Coulton Dangerfield, OG, 36-238

Isaac Nepstad, MPCG, 73-220

Ben Stroh, KC, 63-211

Jared Dewald, KC, 49-202

Dalton Magill, Oakes, 43-194

Ryan Morris MPCG, 41-168

Zach Six, KC 16-151

Dillon Morlock, M-NS, 17-147


Trent Ptacek, Oakes, 62-104, 891

Taylor Kyllo, NC, 65-131, 758

Ben Stroh, KC, 17-62, 251

Ryan Sand, KC, 12-32, 116

Bryce Meehl, Oakes, 6-12, 82

Nick Card, OG, 6-11, 45


Jordan Haseleu, MV-E, 30-616

Wyatt Mund, M-NS, 26-431

Brock Nagel, L-HMB, 15-252

Andrew Mortinson, M-NS, 15-159

Al Gefroh, L-HMB, 14-236

Stephen Quandt, Oakes, 12-184

Maverick Symington, NC, 11-65

Zach Six, KC, 9-130

Ryan Ust, MPCG, 9-113

Levi Elliot, MPCG, 8-116

Bennie Bradner, MPCG, 7-145

Jordan Leier, KC, 6-93



Final records

Conf. Overall


Harvey-Wells Co. 7 0 8 1

Larimore 5 2 6 3

Park River/Ford-Lank 5 2 5 4

Westhope-New-Glen 5 2 5 4

North Prairie 3 4 4 4

Hatton-Northwood 2 5 3 5

Langdon-Munich 1 6 2 6

Midway-Minto 0 7 0 7


Harvey-Wells County – M.J. Stumpf (AS)*, Tucker Nordby (AS)*, Cory Schimelfenig*, Riley Hovland*, Devin Haxton (AS), Koby Houchin (AS); Larimore – Chris Arvin (AS)*, Kyle Huntley*, Michael Finn*, P.J. Peterson (AS), Brayden Hofer (AS); Park River/Fordville-Lankin – Dylan Sundby*, Blake Erickson,* Jordan Brummond*, Cole Rehovsky, Chad Jelinek (AS); North Prairie – Everett Lervik*, Chris Julson*, Joe Mongeon*; Hatton-Northwood – Greg Thompson*, Kyle Pederson*, Riley Korsmo; Langdon-Munich – Trey Lovcik, Austin Winnegge, Trevor Roppel; Midway-Minto – Nick Schmitz, Justin Stoltman; Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn – Josh Farmer (AS)*, Taylor Lesmann*, Hunter Braaten, Karlie Hancock

*-- Senior in 2011

(AS) – All-state in 2011

Of note

n Harvey-Wells County was the state’s top-ranked team in the final Class A poll. But the team was upset 15-14 by Maple Valley-Enderlin in the first round of the playoffs.

n Region playoff qualifiers Harvey-Wells County, Larimore, Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn and Park River/Fordville-Lankin all were eliminated in the first round.


Four teams to watch

Teams listed in alphabetical order

n Harvey-Wells County: The Hornets graduated a pair of Division I college recruits M.J. Stumpf (NDSU) and Tucker Nordby (UND). The cupboard isn’t bare, however, as six starters return on offense and defense. Fullback Devin Haxton (201 rushing yards) and speedster Koby Houchin (549 yards, 7.7 per-carry average) will run behind an experienced offensive line led by Austan Schmidt and Todd Selzler. Linebackers Haxton, Selzler and Landon Littlefield lead the defense.

n Larimore: The Polar Bears were second in the region with a young lineup, as non-seniors started at seven offensive and six defensive positions. Brayden Hofer, an all-state pick as a sophomore last season, anchors both lines. P.J. Peterson, a quarterback and all-state linebacker, is a playmaker on both sides of the ball. With the graduation of speedster Chris Arvin, the run-oriented offense figures to have a more balanced look led by Derek Grogan. Blake Yahna also will be a defensive playmaker.

n Park River/Fordville-Lankin: The Aggies have a potent one-two combination on both sides of the ball in seniors Chad Jelinek and Cole Rehovsky. Jelinek rushed for 934 yards and Rehovsky for 634. Kyle Ferguson and Nathan Iverson are back on the line to provide veteran blockers. Rehovsky (77 tackles) and Jelinek (all-state, 96 tackles, 6 sacks) also excel on defense from their linebacker positions. Park River/F-L returns five offensive and four defensive starters. Jesse Blaskey, coming off an injury, will add speed to the lineup.

n Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn: The Sioux have a veteran unit, with eight starters back on both offense and defense. Westhope-N-G’s strength is at the skill positions with quarterback Hunter Braaten (401 rushing yards, 41-of-86 passing for 511 yards) and twin brothers Karlie Hancock (322 rushing yards, 133 receiving yards) and Kodie Hancock (116 receiving yards). Devin Korynta returns to anchor an inexperienced group of linemen.

Top returners


Chad Jelinek, PR/FL, 142-934

Cole Rehovsky, PR/FL, 98-634

Koby Houchin, H-WC, 71-549

Colter Pritchard, L-M, 97-458

Trevor Roppel, L-M, 77-420

Hunter Braaten, W-N-G, 130-401

P.J. Peterson, Lar, 71-366

Tyler Hagen, H-N, 94-347

Karlie Hancock, W-N-G, 59-322

Trey Lovcik, L-M, 56-309

Nick Schmitz, M-M, 37-281

Tyler Holden, H-N, 32-274

Matt Mongeon, NP, 44-271

Devin Haxton, H-WC, 41-201

Sean Soukup, NP, 21-171

Dalton Fetsch, L-M, 28-119


Hunter Braaten, W-N-G, 41-86, 511

Jacob Pladson, H-N, 26-56, 357

P.J. Peterson, Lar, 14-27, 315

Trevor Roppel, L-M, 4-12, 110

Mark Nyhus, H-WC, 4-8, 38


Koby Houchin, H-WC, 17-267

Karlie Hancock, W-N-G, 12-133

Weston Schoening, NP, 9-164

Devin Haxton, H-WC, 9-136

Cole Rehovsky, PR/FL, 7-119

Kodie Hancock, W-N-G, 7-116

Trevor Gottbreht, NP, 6-177

Chad Jelinek, PR/FL, 6-106

Colter Pritchard, L-M, 5-69

Trevor Roppel, L-M, 5-59

Nick Schmitz, M-M, 5-39

Tyler Hagen, H-N, 5-35



Final records

Conf. Overall


Cavalier 9 0 10 1

North Border 8 1 9 2

Hillsboro 7 2 7 3

New Rockford-Shey. 6 3 6 4

Lakota/Adams-Edmore 5 4 5 4

Drayton/Valley-Edin 4 5 4 5

Thompson 3 6 3 6

Finley-Sharon/H-P 2 7 2 7

Central Valley 1 8 1 8

Dakota Prairie 0 9 0 9


Cavalier – Luke Sharp (AS)*, Alex Hartz (AS)*, Spencer Robbins (AS), Ryan Chrest (AS), Jarret Johnson; North Border – Garret Fraser (AS)*, Brett Schurman (AS)*, Alek Berg*, Beau Brown*; Hillsboro – Brandon Otto (AS)*, Devon Cote*, Colby Tapson*, Brendon Ydstie*, Brendon Dufner; New Rockford-Sheyenne – Mason Haley*, Cobey Allmaras*, Josh Edmonson (AS), Alex Perleberg, Chance LaBrie; Lakota/Adams-Edinburg – Dylan Eichelberger, Chris Miller; Thompson – Peter Ness*, Connor Weber*; Finley-Sharon/Hope-Page – Austin Bring, Skyler Neva; Dakota Prairie – Bryce Messner; Drayton/Valley-Edinburg – Kilen Flanagan (AS)*, Blake Laxdal*, Jacob Holm*, Jeremy Ulvog*; Central Valley – Isaac Schadewald*, Cole Luchsinger*

*-- Senior in 2011

(AS) – All-state in 2011

Of note

n Due to declining enrollment and participation numbers, Drayton/Valley-Edinburg is playing only a junior varsity schedule this season. Central Valley, meanwhile, has dropped its varsity program and has joined Hillsboro in a co-op.

n Cavalier, North Border, Hillsboro and New Rockford-Sheyenne were playoff qualifiers. None of the four advanced beyond the quarterfinals.


Four teams to watch

Teams listed in alphabetical order

n Cavalier: The strength should be a defense that has six starters back from a unit that limited opponents to averages of 290.3 yards and 15.3 points a game last season. All-staters Spencer Robbins (85 tackles, 5.5 sacks) and Ryan Chrest (75 tackles, 6 interceptions) lead the defense. Chrest (1,120 rushing yards, 465 passing yards) and Jarret Johnson (975 rushing yards) head a run-oriented offense. Robbins anchors an inexperienced offensive line.

n Hillsboro-Central Valley: After graduating all-state quarterback Brandon Otto, a duel passing and running threat, the Burros will build around an offensive line that returns guards Jack Breen and Sam Schultz and tight end Jake Hurt to the starting lineup. Dylan Bowen (641 yards, 9.0 per carry), Brendan Dufner (494 yards, 7.8 per carry) and Jordy Bolstad (194 yards, 10.2 per carry) are top ballcarriers. Dufner will switch from fullback to replace Otto at quarterback.

n Lakota/Adams-Edmore: The Raiders are long on experience, with seven starters back on both sides of the ball. The strength is at the skill positions. Chris Miller (1,139 yards, 9.1 per carry), Jaron Moor (624 rushing yards, 8.7 per carry) and Dylan Eichelberger (285 yards, 4.6 per carry) are proven ballcarriers. Back to run the offense is Eric Haugland, who passed for 343 yards and rushed for 367. Eichelberger (95 tackles, 4 sacks) leads the defense.

n New Rockford-Sheyenne: The Rockets were 6-4 last season with only two seniors on the team. Eight starters on offense and seven on defense return. New Rockford-Sheyenne builds around Alex Perleberg (942 rushing yards), Ethan Haley (166 yards rushing, 440 yards receiving) and all-state defensive player Josh Edmonson (122 tackles). Jacob Lommen returns to anchor both line units.

Top returners


Chris Miller, L/AE, 125-1,139

Ryan Chrest, Cav, 88-1,120

Jarret Johnson, Cav, 102-975

Alex Perleberg, NRS, 181-942

Dylan Bowen, H-CV, 71-641

Jaron Moor, L/AE, 72-624

Tyler Stockton, NB, 57-536

Brendan Dufner, H-CV, 63-494

Eric Haugland, L/AE, 106-367

Ethan Proznik, H-CV, 121-355

Dylan Eichelberger, L/AE, 64-285

Alex Schultz, Thomp, 50-250

Brayden Cleem, Cav, 49-219

Jordy Bolstad, H-CV, 19-194

Ethan Haley, NRS, 28-166

Jordan Beattie, NB, 28-151

Isaiah Nicolai, NRS, 12-108

Javan Arroyo, NRS, 5-104


Tyler Stockton, NB, 48-91, 924

Ryan Chrest, Cav, 23-53, 465

Eric Haugland, L/AE 19-62, 343

Jesse Schurman, NB, 13-18, 160

Brandon Walsh, Thomp, 7-10, 80

Alex Perleberg, NRS, 2-6, 58


Ethan Haley, NRS, 28-440

Ty Myron, Thomp, 21-218

Brandon Anderson, NB, 13-501

Chance LaBrie, NRS, 11-117

Jarret Johnson, Cav, 8-140

Alex Perleberg, NRS, 8-63

Jaron Moor, L/AE, 7-170

Brayden Cleem, Cav, 6-143

Jordan Beattie, NB, 6-60

Chris Miller, L/AE, 6-32

Ethan Proznik, H-CV, 6-18



Final records

Conf. Overall


North Star 8 1 11 2

Mohall-Lans-Sherwood 8 1 8 2

Benson County 7 3 7 3

Towner-Granv-Upham 6 3 6 4

Surrey 4 5 4 5

Tri-County 4 5 4 5

St. John 3 6 3 6

Four Winds-Warw 3 6 3 6

Kenmare-Bowbells-BC 2 7 2 7

Dunseith 0 9 0 9


North Star – Hayden Larson (AS)*, Ethan Sager (AS)*, Josh Haugen*, Daniel Grande (AS), Jake Hagler (AS), Colton Braun; Benson County – Darren Young (AS)*, Matt Knudson*, Tom Urness*, Trevor Knutson*; St. John – Kyle Azure*, Dustin DeMers*; Four Winds-Warwick – Chris Cook*, Leonard Richotte; Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood – Kirk Degenstein (AS)*, Spencer Olson*, Waylon Stanley*, Dustin Mott*, Matt Ellingson (AS)*, Adam Undlin (AS); Towner-Granville-Upham – Reid Pfau (AS)*, Luke Bacon, Eli Luna; Surrey – Dylan Eget*, Mike Pruitt*, Taylor Walstrum; Tri-County – Garrett Dockter*, Colin Rutten*, Darin McClintock; Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central – Ryan Young*, Jonathan Essler*

*-- Senior in 2011

(AS) – All-state in 2011

Of note

n North Star took the region’s No. 1 seed into the playoffs and advanced all the way to the state championship game, where it lost a 50-42 shootout to Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter. Benson County, Towner-Granville-Upham and Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood also were playoff qualifiers from the region.


Four teams to watch

Teams listed in alphabetical order

n North Star: Big-play potential abounds, as almost all the top offensive weapons return from last season’s state runner-up team. The veterans include the all-state passing combination of Jake Hagler (139-of-229 passing for 2,340 yards) and Daniel Grande (84-1,494 receiving), as well as running back Colton Braun (1,003 rushing yards, 6.6 per-carry average). Tight end Brooks Larson and 255-pound guard Steven Hunt return up front, but the line units are otherwise inexperienced.

n St. John: After several seasons in the playoffs, the Woodchucks missed the postseason in 2011. They’ll try to bounce back behind a strong junior class. Nick Martin, a returning two-way starter, anchors the lines. Kiefer Langan runs the option offense after starting at quarterback as a sophomore last season. A strength of the team is speed in the backfield with Tanner Langan, Joe Mickelson and Dylan Stewart.

n Surrey: Power is the style. Tayler Wallstrum, a 215-pound fullback, rushed for 519 yards last season. He runs behind a veteran line led by 335-pound guard Holden Hartley, 260-pound center Hunter Bakke and 220-pound tight end Laramy Adams. Reiley Steier also will help the ground game; he rushed for 351 yards last season before being sidelined by an injury. Linebackers Wallstrum and Wyatt Kidney lead the defense.

n Towner-Granville-Upham: There’s speed in the backfield in Eli Luna (859 rushing yards last season), Kendal Green (501) and Ridge Bachmeier. Colter Thorp and 6-4, 250-pound Luke Bacon lead a veteran blocking unit. The offense is a strength; the defense is an unknown. Anchoring the defense are Bacon on the line and brothers Colter and Hunter Thorp at linebacker.

Top returners


Darin McClintock, T-C, 166-1,726

Adam Undlin, Moh, 126-1,256

Colton Braun, NS, 152-1,003

Eli Luna, TGU, 119-859

Leonard Richotte, 4WW, 101-829

Tayler Wallstrum, Sur, 135-519

Kendal Green, TGU, 83-501

Reiley Steier, Surrey, 98-351

Kiefer Langan, SJ, 103-325

Hunter Harris, K-B, 78-311

Patrick Elton, T-C, 25-212

Daniel Grande, NS, 17-175

Andrew Pranke, BC, 24-170

Jessy Azure, SJ, 26-168

Marcus Littleghost, 4WW, 14-157

Brady Stoll, BC, 32-154

Colton Radomski, K-B, 4-140

Dylan Lauinger, BC, 23-105


Jake Hagler, NS, 139-229, 2,340

Hunter Harris, K-B, 29-75, 527

Kiefer Langan, SJ, 39-85, 459

Tristin Martin, T-C, 8-29, 71

Leonard Richotte, 4WW, 5-10, 54


Daniel Grande, NS, 84-1,494

Brady Stoll, BC, 44-887

Lorne Jay, SJ, 14-340

Colton Braun, NS, 13-351

Tayler Wallstrum, Surrey, 12-186

Sam Carlson, Moh, 11-402

Eli Luna, TGU, 10-246

Collin Delorme, 4WW, 10-228

Marcus Littleghost, 4WW, 9-165

Brooks Larson, NS, 8-67

Leonard Richotte, 4WW, 6-174

Taylor Egeberg, K-B, 6-130
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Re: Football Previews from Eastern ND

Postby Beyongthewall » Thu Jun 27, 2013 2:05 am

How about for 2013 ? Are there any big games worth for watching? :mrgreen:
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