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Holsteins hammer Shiloh Christian, head to 9-Man semifinals

NEW SALEM -- Falling by five points to Shiloh Christian with a trip to the Dakota Bowl at stake last season, the New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin football team exacted a measure of payback on Saturday, Oct. 27, crushing the Skyhawks 50-14 during the 9...

NEW SALEM - Falling by five points to Shiloh Christian with a trip to the Dakota Bowl at stake last season, the New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin football team exacted a measure of payback on Saturday, Oct. 27, crushing the Skyhawks 50-14 during the 9-Man State Quarterfinals from Gaebe Field.

For the third straight season, the Holsteins will host a state semifinal when they welcome Region 6 No. 1 seed Ray-Powers Lake next Saturday.

Highlighted by a 70-yard touchdown run by senior running back Braden Zuroff just 21 seconds into the game, the Holsteins held a 16-6 advantage after the first 12 minutes of action and put the game away with a 22-point second quarter.

Shiloh Christian senior running back Canaan Fagerland fumbled the ball at the Skyhawks’ 4-yard line, which was recovered and return by Holsteins senior linebacker Tayt Wolding for the score.

Later in the frame, New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin extends its advantage with a 5-yard run from senior quarterback Evan Henke and a 16-yard reception from senior running back Chauncey Dittus.

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The Holsteins built as much as a 44-point lead in the fourth following a Dittus 19-yard rushing touchdown.

Results SaturdayNew Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin 50, Shiloh Christian 14SC 6 0 0 8 - 14NSAGU 16 22 6 6 - 50First quarterNSAGU: Braden Zuroff 70 run (Isaiah Huus run)NSAGU: Zuroff 3 run (Chauncey Dittus pass from Evan Henke)SC: Canaan Fagerland 3 run (Kick blocked)Second quarterNSAGU: Tayt Wolding 4 fumble return (Garret Soupir pass from Henke)NSAGU: Henke 5 run (Wolding pass from Henke)NSAGU: Dittus 16 pass from Henke (Run failed)Third quarterNSAGU: Zuroff 39 pass from Henke (Pass failed) Fourth quarterNSAGU: Dittus 19 run (Kick failed)SC: Isaac Johnson 19 run (Fagerland run)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING: SC, Canaan Fagerland 22-103; TD. Isaac Johnson 4-39, TD; Trey Brunelle 5-18; Carter Strand 3-13; Mike Kuehn 1-12; Jaden Mitzel 2-10; Josh Kolling 2-5. NSAGU, Braden Zuroff 11-132, 2 TDs; Evan Henke 12-79, TD; Chauncey Dittus 4-44, TD; Isaiah Huus 2-11.PASSING: SC, Mitzel 0-4-0, 0 yards; Kolling 0-6-1, 0 yards, NSAGU, Henke 11-17-0, 145 yards, 2 TDs. RECEIVING: NSAGU, Zuroff 2-50, TD; Dittus 2-40, TD; Wolding 4-27; Rylee Kuhn 1-21; Garrett Soupir 1-6; Clay Gerhardt 1-1. Records: SC 9-2. NSAGU 10-0.

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