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WATCH: First Down Friday week seven

Highlights from 10 games across North Dakota and Minnesota, NDSU to face Indiana State

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Grand Forks Red River senior Hudson Flom stretches the ball across the goal line in a game against Horace
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SHEYENNE OFFENSE RUNS WILD TO BEAT RIVAL WEST FARGO

WEST FARGO - In a state championship rematch, Sheyenne beat crosstown rival West Fargo 34-7. The Mustangs recovered a fumble on the opening kickoff and capitalized with a Race Wilson touchdown. On the ensuing drive, Marcus Johnson grabbed an interception and returned it 75 yards for a pick six.

Sheyenne led 28-0 and held on for a 34-7 win, improving to 6-1 on the season. The Mustangs visit Bismarck and the Packers host Fargo North.

LATE FIELD GOAL LIFTS SAINT MARY'S OVER SOUTH

BISMARCK - Two first-quarter touchdowns seemed to indicate a high-scoring game until Bismarck St. Mary's made a late field goal to clip Fargo South 10-7. Kolby Nissen got the Bruins on the board with a two-yard run, but Gavin Miller answered with a kickoff return touchdown to even the score.

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South returns home to face Wahpeton next week.

RED RIVER USES FAST START TO RUN PAST HORACE

GRAND FORKS - Red River was running on all cylinders in a 49-0 win over Horace. Up 14-0 in the second, Pearce Parks hit Hudson Flom for a nine-yard touchdown strike. Gunnar Huechert got in on the action, throwing a 31-yard touchdown pass to Quinn Nelson. The Roughriders led 35-0 at the half and held the shutout for a 49-0 victory.

Horace is still searching for its first win, the Hawks host Jamestown next week on WDAY Xtra.

NORTH USES STRONG SECOND HALF TO BEAT DEVILS LAKE

FARGO - After a 17-17 halftime tie, Fargo North pulled away for a 45-23 win over Devils Lake. The Spartans broke the tie in the third quarter on a pitch to Peder Haugo for the touchdown. Haugo picked up his second score of the game a short time later, breaking off a long run to make it 31-23.

North never looked back on its way to a 45-23 win. North visits West Fargo for a cross-class showdown Friday.

CENTRAL CASS DOMINATES E-E-K IN BOUNCE-BACK WIN

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CASSELTON - It only took three minutes for Central Cass to get the scoring started in a 55-0 romp over Ellendale-Edgely-Kulm. Peyton Lemar rushed it in to put the Squirrels on the board. Then Isaac Wisnewski followed it up with a long touchdown scamper to double the lead in the first quarter.

It was all Central Cass after that, rolling to a 55-0 win. Central Cass awaits its playoff fate with a bye week.

#4 SHANLEY OUTLASTS #1 DAVIES IN HIGH SCORING AFFAIR

FARGO- A battle in the top-5 in Class 11AA between #4 Shanley and #1 Davies for another 25th Street Showdown. Davies opened the scoring early on the first drive with an 8-yard shovel pass touchdown from Mason Klabo to Oliver Lucht. Michael Rostberg led the Deacons down the field on the ensuing drive finding the endzone to tie the game at 7-7 early. The back and forth first quarter continued with Mason Klabo finding a hole for a 60-yard touchdown run. 48 combined points were scored in the first quarter alone. Turnovers plagued both teams in the second and third quarter, but the back and forth scoring continued. Rostberg sealed the deal for Shanley with a quarterback keeper reaching the end zone to give the Deacons a 40-28 lead. The Eagles made a push to come back but it wasn't enough as they fall to Shanley 42-35.

#1 Davies, now 5-2, returns home against Bismarck Century next week. That game can be seen on WDAY Sports Plus. #4 Shanley, now 6-1, hits the road to Mandan next week.

#1 VALLEY CITY HAMMERS #2 JAMESTOWN IN RIVALRY GAME

VALLEY CITY- It has been a while since Valley City and Jamestown are the top two teams in Class 11-A. An early fumble from Jamestown would set up a Hi-Liners field goal. In the second, Jamestown Quarterback Payton Hochhalter found Nate Walz for a 35-yard touchdown. Valley City would roar back in the second half with a final score of 34-6.

#2 Jamestown heads Horace next week with that game on WDAY Xtra. Valley City heads north next week to take on Grand Forks Central.

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EAST GRAND FORKS SCORES LATE TO BEAT CROOKSTON

CROOKSTON- E-G-F looking for their second win in a row travelling to Crookston. Defenses for both teams were stout early. An early field goal attempt was blocked by the Green Wave keeping the Pirates off the board. East Grand Forks tried to get on the board but a pick at the goal would keep them out. The Green Wave picked up a last second score to take home the win 27-22.

Crookston hits the road to Pillager next week. East Grand Forks stays on the road with a matchup against Perham next week.

UNDEFEATED BARNESVILLE OUTRUNS DETROIT LAKES

DETROIT LAKES- Detroit Lakes looking to bounce back after their first loss of the season hosting undefeated Barnesville. Braeden Bredman got the scoring started early with a 5-yard touchdown run to put the Trojans up 7-0 in the first. Touchdown of the game came from Tate Inniger playing quarterback, his pass deflected off of Laker and into the hands of Isaac Maneval to put Barnesville up 14-0. Trojans ran away with a 28-7 final over Detroit Lakes.
Barnesville looks to keep their unbeaten streak alive in Staples-Motley next week. Detroit Lakes stays home against Park Rapids next week.

D-G-F HOLDS OFF HAWLEY IN SHOOTOUT

HAWLEY- Hawley and D-G-F both entered Friday's game with streaks in recent weeks. D-G-F was on the move in the second half with Brody Friend finding the endzone from 16-yards out to put the Rebels up 18-6 in the third. Derek Tibbets kept Hawley close, scoring from 2-yards out early in the fourth quarter. Their comeback wasn't enough as D-G-F held on for the 26-20 win.

The Rebels look to stay perfect in Fergus Falls next week. The Nuggets stay home against Breckenride next week as well.

Cullen Holt is a sports anchor and reporter for WDAY News, while handling play-by-play duties for high school and select college sports.
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