Posted On: 10/11/20 8:06 PM

Saturday evening, the #2 Brandon Valley Lynx traveled to Howard Wood Field to take on the Sioux Falls Washington Warriors. Both teams having similar tendencies on offense, the defenses were the ones to be the deciding factors. The Lynx ran back the opening kickoff for a TD, then the Warrior defense only gave up one TD for the rest of the first half. The depth of the Lynx team was too solid and they were able to run away with the game in the second half.

Scoring Summary:

1st Quarter

BV: Mark Mutschelknaus 92 yd Kickoff Return, PAT good (7-0).

BV: Tate Johnson 19 yard rush, PAT good (14-0).

3rd Quarter

BV: Jackson Hilton 22 yard rec. from Joe Kolbeck, PAT no good (20-0).

4th Quarter

BV: Tate Johnson 48 yard rush, 2-pt no good (26-0)

BV: Joe Kolbeck 38 yard rush, PAT good (33-0)

BV: Carson Askdal 75 yard pick-6, PAT no good (39-0)

Players Highlighted from Brandon Valley:

RB: Tate Johnson– amazing speed, puts his head down and runs hard until the whistle, very hard to catch.

LB: Damion Schunke– fill his gaps really quick on run support. good on blitzes, and hits hard.

WR: Jackson Hilton– ran good routes, good hands, and had speed which made him difficult to track down.

OT: Jaxen Mullet & Navarro Schunke– did a good job setting the perimeter for the outside runs, quick feet and creates seams for their backs.

FB: Luke Wickersham– did a great job leading the way for Johnson, was also able to make blocks at TE.

Players Highlighted from SF Washington:

QB: Zach Thomson– was a good runner, kept his composure under pressure and made some good throws to his receivers

LB: Jaden Feterl– found himself around the football most the night, one of the leading tacklers in the game, only player to get snaps on both sides of the ball.

LB: Gabe Frerichs– really good at pass/run reads and flew around the field all night, the other leading tackler.

RB: Michael Johnson– has a good balance of speed and power, kept the offense going in the right direction most the night.

DB: Matthew Agyeman– stepped up defensively, played well in pass coverage against talented receivers and had many TD saving tackles.