Blackhawks face Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan on the road

By Jason Kolousek and SWJ staff

This year’s Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central Blackhawks football team and coaches are pictured above and include, front row, left to right: Mason Schelske (freshman), Kaden Wolter (freshman), Carter Grohs (freshman), Mason Moody (freshman), Ty VonEye (junior), Cade Mohling (freshman), Lane Olinger (sophomore), Cale Mohling (freshman), Leighton Tarbox (freshman) and Wesley Linke (junior); second row: Trey Ulmer (senior), Brock Stevens (sophomore), Clay Olinger (freshman), Noah Wormstadt (freshman), Collin Schmiedt (sophomore), Alex Wormstadt (senior), Aiden Wormstadt (junior), Brendin LaBore (junior) and Quinten Christensen (freshman); third row: Head Coach Jason Kolousek, Michael Boehm (senior), Draven Thompson (freshman), Riley Hines (junior), Corey Fink (senior), Seth Tebay (junior), Tryce Slykhuis (freshman), Tyler Eddy (sophomore), Eric Ruml (senior), Assistant Coach Will Walker and Assistant Coach Armando Rodriguez; back row: Assistant Coach Corey Flatten, Assistant Coach Zach Clement, Phillip Hines (freshman), Chandler Flowers (senior), Noah Dickson (junior), Landon Wolter (junior), Riley Stevens (senior), Cayden Slykhuis (junior), Sawyer Senska (senior) and Kadin Schlenker (senior).

The Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central Blackhawks suffered their first loss of the season in Bridgewater last Friday by a score of 41-0. The Blackhawks started the game well as they received opening kickoff and drove down to inside the Seahawks 20-yard line, but turned the ball over on downs. Wesley Linke got the ball back for the Blackhawks on an interception and the Blackhawks again drove inside the 20 but came up empty.

After both teams exchanged punts, the Seahawks got on the board midway through second quarter on a long touchdown pass. After a Blackhawk turnover the Seahawks struck again on a touchdown run. The Blackhawks got a late stop at the goal line right before halftime and were able to get the ball past midfield but ran out of time.

BEE added to their lead with two touchdown runs in third quarter and two more in fourth quarter. 

Trey Ulmer led the Blackhawk offense with 94 yards rushing on 10 carries. Alex Wormstadt added 65 yards rushing on eight carries. Rylie Stevens led the defense with 10 tackles. Tyler Eddy added eight tackles and Wesley Linke had six tackles and one interception. 

Next up the Blackhawks host Mt. Vernon/Plankinton in Sanborn Central on Friday at 7 p.m.

…Check out the schedules and more pictures in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

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