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Holsteins show no signs of rust against Surrey

NEW SALEM -- Coming off a first-week bye of the 9-man State Playoffs, the New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin football team received multiple touchdowns from senior running backs Braden Zuroff and Chauncey Dittus and senior quarterback Evan Henke as the ...

NEW SALEM - Coming off a first-week bye of the 9-man State Playoffs, the New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin football team received multiple touchdowns from senior running backs Braden Zuroff and Chauncey Dittus and senior quarterback Evan Henke as the Holsteins tore through Surrey 63-6 on Saturday, Oct. 20, from Gaebe Field.

Henke was responsible for the touchdowns in the first quarter, scoring on runs of three and 39-yards. After Zuroff rushed into the end zone from 33-yards out, Zuroff and Henke joined forces on a 53-yard touchdown reception.

After Zuroff returned the second half-opening kickoff 81 yards to the house, Dittus added touchdown runs of 11 and 29 yards in the third.

Holsteins junior running back Davis Bueligen had the longest scoring play on the ground after scoring from 45 yards. Finishing their season with a 7-3 record, the Mustangs avoided a shutout after a 37-yard rushing touchdown from junior running back Kolby Nelsen late in the fourth.

In the state quarterfinals, New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin will return to Gaebe Field on Saturday to face Region 5 rival Shiloh Christian.

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Results SaturdayNew Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin 63, Surrey 6S 0 0 0 6 - 6NSAGU 16 16 24 7 - 63First quarterNSAGU: Evan Henke 3 run (Chauncey Dittus pass from Henke)NSAGU: Henke 39 run (Tayt Wolding pass from Henke)Second quarterNSAGU: Braden Zuroff 33 run (Zuroff run)NSAGU: Zuroff 53 pass from Henke (Dittus pass from Henke)Third quarterNSAGU: Zuroff 81 kickoff return (Dittus run)NSAGU: Dittus 11 run (Wolding pass from Henke)NSAGU: Dittus 29 run (Wolding pass from Henke)Fourth quarterNSAGU: Davis Bueligen 45 run (Wolding kick)S: Kolby Nelsen 37 run (Pass failed)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING: S: Kolby Nelsen 20-75, TD; Chris Jenner 6-45; Kaden Rieter 3-19; Randy Polum 3-4; Ryder Holien 3-0; Dalton Anderson 1-0; Kaleb Lamasters 1-0; Cody Fuchs 3-(-2). NSAGU: Evan Henke 8-85, 2 TDs; Chauncey Dittus 6-72, 2 TDs; Braden Zuroff 6-69, TD; Isaiah Huus 6-47; Davis Bueligen 2-45, TD.   PASSING: S: Holien 1-8-2, 43 yards. NSAGU: Henke 3-8-0, 65 yards, TD.RECEIVING: S: Anderson 1-43. NSAGU: Zuroff 1-53, TD; Tayt Wolding 1-10; Jake Sanders 1-2.Records: S: 7-3, 4-2 Region 6. NSAGU: 9-0; 7-0 Region 5.

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