Benson County trounces K-B-B Central 38-0
The Benson County Wildcats are ranked third in Region 3 after North Star and TGU and it is clear that the linemen are doing their jobs.
BC dominated the game against Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central on Friday, Sept. 2.
Darren Young, who injured his knee against St. John the week before, was able to play against Kenmare-B-BC.
“It looks as if Darren Young is almost completely healed after injuring his knee in the game against St. John,” said Coach Mitch Strand.
Young had 101 passing yards for the game and helped do the damage in the first half of the game when the Wildcats were ahead by 22 points.
Strand was pleased with how his team played against Kenmare.
“Our linemen played very well on both sides of the ball,” said Strand.
Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke County seemed to struggle especially on the offense due to the outstanding play from the Wildcats’ line.
Matt Knudson turned in another productive game as Benson County’s main running back. He had 10 carries for 72 yards.
“He looks better and better as the season goes on,” said Strand.
Brady Stoll had six catches for 152 yards and made three touchdowns, one in the first quarter and two in the second.
Trevor Knutson made a touchdown in the third quarter and got the extra two points in a Knutson run, adding eight more points to the scoreboard.
Clay Kitzman made the final touchdown in the fourth quarter catching a 45 yard pass from Aiden Ritterman and the final two points were made on a Jaden Lunde run.
Tom Urness contributed to the game with 10 tackles, two sacks and one blocked punt.
The Wildcats will need all of their players to be sharp for a big game against Tri-County at Maddock for Maddock’s Homecoming.
“They gave a good TGU team a scare last weekend,” said Strand. “Their running back, Darren McClintock is about as good as they come.”
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