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2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2014 11:08 pm
by bequickdonthurry
July 14 at the Fargodome


11-man West

Aaron Doan, Century. Alex Yanosko, Minot. Austin Schestler, Des Lacs-Burlington. Austin Cieslak, Hazen. Ben Love, Minot. Brody Bosch, Minot Ryan. Calum Blankenship, Killdeer. Casey Paskey, Detroit Lakes, Minn. Chris Hamilton, Rugby. Cody Bedlion, Bottineau. Cole Edwards, DL-B. Darius Sparks, St. Mary’s. David Dukart, Killdeer. Derrick Markel, Mandan. Ethan Hoger, New Salem-Almont. Grant Gall, Century. Jacob Barth, Century. Jacob Holmen, Minot. Jaden Friedt, Bismarck. Jay Liggins, Bismarck. Jordan Seideman, Minot. Josh Pizzo, Minot. Kamron Unruh, Beulah.Kirby Siewert, Detroit Lakes. Kolton Larson, Minot. Levi Hoiby, Stanley-Powers Lake. Levi Jordheim, Dickinson. Marc Wagner, Jamestown. Mason Kramer, Ryan. Mason Swegarden, Lake Park Audubon, Minn. Michael Thingstad, Velva. Mitchel White, Lewis & Clark-Our Redeemer’s. Rob Bollinger, Jamestown. Stanley Jones, Bismarck. Taylor Orr, Jamestown. Tre Kinchen, Minot. Tucker Wojahn, Velva. Zach Scalzo, Bismarck.

Head coach: Mark Gibson, Bismarck.

Assistants: Brad Borkhuis, Ryan; James Johnson, DL-B; Matt Weidler, Velva.

11-man East

Al Gefroh, Linton-HMB. Andrew Martinson, Milnor-North Sargent. Austin Erickson, Devils Lake. Bennie Bradner, Mayville-Portland-Clifford-Galesburg. Blake Prozinski, Devils Lake. Brayden Hofer, Larimore. Brock Lingen, Wahpeton. Brock Scheving, East Grand Forks. Caleb Wagner, Fargo Davies. Charlie Plankers, Kindred. Chris Ennen, Davies. Cole Ehrlin, Oakes. Cole Staigle, Fargo South. Connor Rieneits, Central Cass. Dallas Raftevold, Fargo South. Dillon Morlock, M-NS. Dustin Lindgren, Valley City. Dylan Claus, Maple Valley-Enderlin. Grayson Marty, North Prairie. Gust Riemer, Hillsboro-Central Valley. Hunter Siemmons, Fargo North. Jake Robson, Grand Forks Red River. Jenner Manske, Lisbon. Jesse Hass, Valley City. Jordan Hjelseth, Davies. Kameron McNary, Wahpeton. Kyle Wieler, North Border. Olaf Hanson, Fargo North. Patjim Lika, West Fargo. Ryan Nelson, Central Cass. Scott Cameron, West Fargo. Steele Spilde, Northern Freeze, Minn. Tanner Kessel, Kidder County. Trenton McCloud, North Prairie. Trevor Haugo, Mahnomen, Minn. Tyler Trefethren, Fargo South. Tyler Smith, Lisbon.

Head coach: Eric Olson, M-NS.

Assistants: Mark Moss, Lisbon; Brian Dokken, Wahpeton. Kelly Kalina, Fargo North.

9-man West

Ben Pearson, Hettinger-Scranton. Darin McClintock, Drake-Anamoose. Drake Babineaux, Divide County. Ethan Miller, Westhope-Newburg. Ethan Bachmeier, Towner-Granville-Upham. Fernando Blanco, Kittson County Central, Minn. Isaac Jacobs, Divide County. J.W. Froelich, Grant County-Flasher. James Inman, Shiloh Christian. Jess Asheim, Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood. Josh Wood, Shiloh. Keifer Langan, St. John. Kendal Green, TGU. Kye Erickson, Hettinger-Scranton. Lance Ruebke, Ada-Borup, Minn. Lane Aune, Richardton-Taylor-Hebron. Logan Lacher, RTH. Luke Bacon, TGU. Luke Syverson, Win-E-Mac, Minn. Marshall Nunberg, Beach. Marshall Marsland, Shiloh. Nick Martin, St. John. Noah Johnson, Center-Stanton. Tanner Volson, Drake-Anamoose. Tanner Langan, St. John. Taylor Krenz, GC-F. Tyler Steffen, Beach. Zack Schmidt, GC-F.

Head coach: Mike Zier, Beach.

Assistants: Funnon Barker, Shiloh. Jamie Krenz, GC-F; Cale Peterson, MLS.

9-man East

Adam Jacobson, South Border. Brady Theede, Hankinson. Chase Walton, Cavalier. Clay Montag, Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page. Cody Ellis, Hatton-Northwood. Cory Koenig, Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter. Coulton Dangerfield, Fargo Oak Grove. Devin Arp, Sargent Central. Hunter Diegel, Sargent Central. James Thielges, South Border. Jared Olsgaard, Park Christian, Minn. Jesse Pinedae, Warren-Alvarado, Minn. Joseph Ihry, FSHP. Justin Gibson, Cavalier. Kayne Griffith, Richland. Luke Oster, Wyndmere-Lidgerwood. Nic Kramer, Strasburg-Zeeland. Nick Bodensteiner, Clearbrook-Gonvick, Minn. Nick Gullicks, FSHP. Riley Korsmo, Hatton-Northwood. Ryan Chrest, Cavalier. Seth Aberle, Strasburg-Zeeland. Travis Myers, Richland. Trent Fettig, NGS. Trenten Jangula, NGS. Tucker Meidinger, South Border. Ty Myron, Thompson. Tyler Holden, Hatton-Northwood.

Head coach: Sandy Laxdal, Cavalier.

Assistants: Kelly McCleary, NGS.; Kevin Nesemeier, FSHP; Michael Jacobson, FSHP.

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2014 11:33 pm
by Sniper
A lot of good athletes playing in both games.
Any predictions?

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 3:22 pm
by go maji
I think it'll be interesting to see what kind of defense 11 man west has since they have AA POY (D-dine/
O-line), and AAA POY (LB).

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:42 am
by bulldog_power
A sweep for the west. I will honestly say I didn't see that coming. I saw an 11 man victory for the west but didn't think the 9man west team would be able to slow down the east team with crest and the other talent on the east side. Great games by all four teams.

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 3:46 pm
by Flip
any available box scores for the games?

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:06 pm
by Sniper
It was just like old times for Grant County-Flasher’s Taylor Krenz.

Krenz and former Storm teammate Zackary Schmidt played pitch and catch in the Fargodome on Sunday night, sparking a fast start that led to a West win in the Shrine Bowl nine-man football game.

Krenz, a University of Jamestown recruit, threw for 307 yards and five touchdowns as the West rolled to a 48-14 victory over the East.

Schmidt, a future North Star Athletic Association rival of Krenz’s when as he heads to Valley City State in the fall, was again one of his favorite targets. Schmidt caught eight passes for 216 yards and four touchdowns.

J.W. Froelich, another of Krenz’s Grant County-Flasher targets, caught two passes for 52 yards, one of them going for a 27-yard score.

Krenz and company jumped all over the East defense early on, scoring 20 points in the first quarter and opening up a 34-0 halftime lead.

Keifer Langan of St. John scored the West’s first touchdown, on a 1-yard run set up by a big pass play.

Krenz completed his first 15 passes of the game, and the West scored on its first four possessions.

Fernando Blanco of Kittson County Central, Minn., was the West’s leading rusher with 38 yards.

Jared Olsgaard of Park Christian, Minn., got the East on the scoreboard on a 8-yard fourth quarter TD run.

Kayne Griffith of Richland added a 12-yard scoring run for the East. It was his first TD after missing most of his senior season after suffering a season-ending injury in the Colts’ opener following an outstanding junior season.

With the win, the West lent some credibility to the nine-man rivalry. The East had won four of the five previous games to run its advantage in the series to 12-4.

The West’s last previous Shrine nine-man victory was a 14-7 triumph in 2011.

West 48, East 14

East 0 0 0 14 — 14

West 20 14 6 8 — 48

W — K. Langan 1 yard run (pass failed)

W — Schmidt 44 pass from Krenz (pass failed)

W — Froelich 27 pass from Krenz (Langan run)

W — Schmidt 45 pass from Krenz (Langan run)

W — Schmidt 26 pass from Krenz (run failed)

W — Schmidt 26 pass from Krenz (run failed)

W — Steffen 2 run (Steffen run)

E — Olsgaard 8 run (pass failed)

E — Griffith 12 run (Fettig run)


RUSHING: W, Blanco 6-38, K. Langan 3-10, T. Langan 2-9, McClintock 11-26, Krenz 1-0, Steffen 6-23. E, Griffith 9-36, Olsgaard 5-11, Fettig 9-28, Chrest 4-21, Ellis 4-(-6), Kramer 1-3.

PASSING: W, Krenz 18-21-0 307 yards, K. Langan 2-4-1 59 yards. E, Olsgaard 5-7-0 133 yards, Fettig 0-1-1 0 yards, Chrest 0-2-0 0 yards.

RECEIVING: W, Schmidt 8-216, Ruebke 2-45, Miller 2-11, McClintock 2-5, Blanco 2-25, Miller 1-(-3), Froelich 2-52, Steffen 1-18. E, Griffith 5-133.

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 10:11 pm
by bulldog_power
How did the west slow down crest? did he get hurt? I would figure he would be even more dangerous with the talent of the other best players from the east.

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 12:53 am
by Sniper
bulldog_power wrote:How did the west slow down crest? did he get hurt? I would figure he would be even more dangerous with the talent of the other best players from the east.

Combination of things slowed him down. West had a good defense and won the battle up front. They played Chrest on defense some trying to slow down the Wests passing game so he wasn't always on offense.

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 1:22 am
by go maji
Are there stats for the 11-man game?

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 1:31 am
by Run4Fun2009
go maji wrote:Are there stats for the 11-man game?

FARGO — The Fargodome has seen plenty of good defensive performances.

The turf saw another Sunday in the 11-man game of the 41st annual Shrine Bowl.

The West dominated the East, scoring a decisive 21-2 victory.

“Our defense was outstanding all game,” West coach Mark Gibson, who also coaches Bismarck High School, said. “It was an impressive performance.”

The West’s defense was sparked by plenty of Bismarck players.

Former Demons Stanley Jones and Thomas Sease spent plenty of time in the East’s backfield.

Jones, who will be playing football at North Dakota State in the fall, accounted for two sacks and two other tackles for loss.

Sease contributed with two sacks, while Century graduate Drew Lingle finished off the game with a sack and a forced fumble.

“The defense did a great job all week,” Sease said. “We had big plays from the defensive line and the safeties.”

The first half was a defensive battle, which led to the first score of the game.

The West stood up the East at its own goal line.

“I was surprised at how well we came together,” Sease said. “We had a good game plan and executed it.”

But when the West took over at its own 1-yard line, the East opened the scoring with 3:08 left in the first quarter.

Fargo South’s Tyler Trefethren and Grand Forks Red River’s Jake Robson combined to tackle Detroit Lake’s (Minn.) Casey Paskey in the end zone for a safety.

Defense led to the second score of the game when the West’s Tucker Wojahn of Velva recovered a fumble on a bad snap at the East 37-yard line. Wojahn also had two sacks.

“I was surprised at how quickly we came together,” Gibson said. “Our defense rallied to the ball all game long.”

The West took the lead when Lake Park-Audubon (Minn.) Mason Swegarden threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Rugby’s Chris Hamilton with 8:40 to go in the second quarter. Minot’s Ben Love kicked the extra point and the West led 7-2.

“We were able to get some big turnovers,” Gibson said. “And we got scores out of them.”

The West was not done in the first half when it got its ball back at its own 40-yard line late in the first 24 minutes.

Swegarden threw another touchdown pass, this one to Minot’s Josh Pizzo, with only 34 seconds left in the first half to make it 14-2 West.

The West defense came up with another takeaway, which turned into another West touchdown.

Minot’s Jordan Seiderman picked off a pass and returned it to the East 2-yard line.

Swegarden found the end zone himself this time, covering the two yards and making it 21-2 West with 8:27 left in the third quarter.

The East’s offense was on the field for most of the second half, but the West’s defense continued to stand strong. The East turned the ball over on downs twice in the second 24 minutes.

“We bent a few times but we didn’t break,” Gibson said. “Our defense was on the field the whole second half.”

The East rushed for only one yard in the first half and had only 27 total yards in the first two quarters.

Jones got a chance to play against another future Bison in Kindred’s Eric Bachmeier.

“It was a lot of fun playing against him,” Jones said. “Hopefully we can have better moments on this field as Bison teammates.”

It was also a little bittersweet for the former Demons. Bismarck lost in the Class AAA state championship game at the Fargodome last fall.

“The last game we played here didn’t end the way we wanted it to,” Jones said. “It was nice to come back here and get a big win.”

Gibson thinks there are plenty of good times ahead for Jones at NDSU.

“The Bison are getting a guy who has a motor,” Gibson said. “He never stops. His motor is constant. He is a gem who has a chance to be very good.”

Jones is projected as a defensive end at NDSU, while Bachmeier is a strong safety.

Two other future Bison saw action. Dickinson’s Levi Jordheim and Stanley-Powers Lake’s Levi Hoiby are preferred walk-ons this fall. Jordheim had three rushes for 10 yards for the West.

Other local athletes also participated in the game. Century’s Aaron Doan returned one punt for two yards. Killdeer’s Calum Blankenship had a reception for 27 yards for the West. Linton-HMB’s Al Gefroh recovered a fumble for the East.

East 2 0 0 0 — 2
West 0 14 7 0 — 21

First quarter
E — Tyler Trefethren and Robson safety

Second quarter
W – Chris Hamilton 2 pass from Mason Swegarden (Ben Love kick)
W – Josh Pizzo 6 catch from Swegarden (Love kick)

Third quarter
W — Swegarden 2 run (Love kick)

E, Jenner Manske 13-42, Brock Lingren 11-20, Blake Prozinski 1-0, Dustin Lingren 3-7, Eric Bachmeier 8-(-11), Scott Cameron 12-(-16), Andrew Martinson 1-3, Austin Erickson 1-(-5).
W, Taylor Orr 5-16, Pizzo 5-12, Casey Paskey 1-(-1), Levi Jordheim 3-10, Swegarden 5-17, Kamron Unruh 6-4.

E, Bachmeier 6-10-1 61. Cameron 3-9-0 39 yards.
W, Swegarden 9-14-2 83 yards, Schestler 1-1-0 2 yards.

E, Erickson 1-19, B. Lingren 2-13, Bachmeier 1-27, D. Lingren 1-6, Martinson 1-2, Trevor Haugo 1-2, Cole Ehrlin 2-29.
W, Paskey 3-14, Pizzo 3-26, Hamilton 1-2, Tre Kinchen 2-22, Calum Blankenship 1-27.

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 8:00 am
by north1
Very strange game. Not at all what I expected. The West line on offense and defense was a beast. Chrest was a complete non factor, which I still can't believe. Had one very nice run in the first quarter but it was negated by a holding penalty. Never heard his name again. Actually got burned defensively several times for passing TD's.

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 2:37 pm
by go maji
This may be a stupid question, but did johaneson from south play?

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 3:10 pm
by bulldog_power
The game is for graduated seniors only. There is no doubt he will be playing in the game next year

Re: 2014 Shrine Bowl

PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 6:32 pm
by go maji
oh dumbey me. haha I actually knew it was for seniors. But I forgot he has 1 more year.