Sports Schedule For Tuesday October 9th

The Sheldon Orab Volleyball Team will play for a share of the SIouxland Conference Volleyball Title as they closes out the regular season on the road against the 15th ranked Boyden Hull Comets at the Boyden Hull High School Gym. We’ll bring you the broadcast on KIWA FM 105.3 with pregame at 6:45 pm and  first serve at 7:00.

 

 

Volleyball

Sheldon at Boyden Hull

Central Lyon at Rock Valley

G-LR at Sibley Ocheyedan

Okoboji at Sioux Center

West Lyon at MOC Floyd Valley (7:20 varsity start)

Hinton at Akron Westfield

HMS at Gehlen

West Sioux at South O’Brien

MMC at Remsen Union

Unity at Remsen St Mary’s
Cross Country

Boyden Hull Rock Valley, George Little Rock Central Lyon, Okoboji, MOC Floyd Valley, Sioux Center, Sibley Ocheyedan and West Lyon at Sheldon for the Siouxland Conference meet

Cherokee, Emmetsburg, E-LC, LeMars, Spencer, Spirit Lake, Storm Lake, Western and Storm Lake at the Lakes Conference meet hosted by Storm Lake


Sports Schedule For Monday October 8th

Volleyball

HMS at Clay Central Everly

Harris Lake Park at Sioux Central
Cross Country

HMS, Akron Westfield, Gehlen, Spalding, Hinton, MMC, Remsen St Mary’s, Remsen Union, South O’Brien, West Sioux and Unity Christian at the War Eagle Conference meet in Orange City


Saturday Sports Scores — High School Volleyball and College Football

High School Volleyball

At Harris Lake Park Invite:

Harris Lake Park-final 21-21, Trinity Christian, Hull 10-13 2 to 0
Harris Lake Park-pool play 21-24, Trinity Christian, Hull 13-22 2 to 0
Harris-Lake Park 21-21, Ellsworth, MN 12-17 2 to 0
Harris-Lake Park 21-21, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 12-12 2 to 0
Harris-Lake Park 21-21, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 17-16 2 to 0
Harris-Lake Park 21-21, Trinity Christian, Hull 10-13 2 to 0
Harris-Lake Park 21-24, Trinity Christian, Hull 13-22 2 to 0
Trinity Christian, Hull 21-21, Ellsworth, MN-pool play 13-16 2 to 0
Trinity Christian, Hull 21-21, Ellsworth, MN-semi final 12-16 2 to 0
Trinity Christian, Hull 21-21, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn-pool play 15-17 2 to 0

At Western Christian Invite:

Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 21-21, Sioux City, East 9-14 2 to 0
Bondurant-Farrar 21-21, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 17-18 2 to 0
Harlan 21-21, Bondurant-Farrar 6-18 2 to 0
Harlan 21-21, Sioux City, East 16-18 2 to 0
LeMars 21-21, Sioux City, East 13-19 2 to 0
MOC-Floyd Valley 21-23, Bondurant-Farrar 19-21 2 to 0
Sioux City, East 21-12-15, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 19-21-9 2 to 1
Sioux City, East 21-21, Bondurant-Farrar 15-16 2 to 0
Unity Christian 21-21, Bondurant-Farrar 10-18 2 to 0
Unity Christian 21-21, Sioux City, East 13-9 2 to 0
Western Christian 19-21-15, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 21-12-7 2 to 1
Western Christian 21-18-16, Harlan 12-21-14 2 to 1
Western Christian 21-21, Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 19-12 2 to 0
Western Christian 21-21, Bondurant-Farrar 14-5 2 to 0
Western Christian 21-21, LeMars 11-6 2 to 0
Western Christian 21-21, MOC-Floyd Valley 16-16 2 to 0

College Football
The Dordt College Defender football team took the #25 ranked Dakota Wesleyan Tigers into the final quarter before falling 45-31 in a record setting performance for the Defenders.

Theo Bartman had a school-record 97-yard run in the fourth quarter…breaking the old record of 95 yards set by current head coach Kyle Achterhoff (1988) and Dave Perrigo (2000) as the Northwestern Red Raiders defeated Midland Lutheran 39 to 20.

Iowa State 37
TCU 23″

The Iowa Hawkeyes and UNI Panthers both had bye weeks this week.


Orabs Win 35-0 Behind Three Touchdown Effort by Balster

The Sheldon Orabs rolled to a 28-0 halftime lead as they posted a 35-0 road win at Sioux Center Friday night.

Quarterback Chris Balster capped a 49 yard drive with a 4 yard touchdown run to open the scoring. Trevor Mayer added the point after and Sheldon had a 7-0 lead with 3:16 left in the first quarter.

A fumble recovery at the Sioux Center 5 yard line was turned into a 5 yard Hunter McDonald touchdown run. Mayer’s extra point was good and Sheldon led 14-0 with 9:24 left in the second quarter.

Sheldon drove 83 yards for their next score as Balster scored from 41 yards out. The extra point was no good and Sheldon was up 20-0 with 6:41 to go in the half.

With time winding down in the half Hunter McDonald caused a fumble with a big hit on a screen pass and Sheldon cashed in with: 39 seconds left in the half on a Tanner Whitsell 1 yard touchdown run. The Orange went for the 2 point conversion and the score was 28-0 at halftime.

Sioux Center got the ball first to start the second half. The Orab defense forced a punt and the offense then went 83 yards on their first possession to push the score to 35-0. Balster went the final 24 yards for his third touchdown of the night and Mayer was true on the extra point. The scoring play came with 9:31 left in the third quarter.

With a running clock and both teams substituting freely, the rest of the game was scoreless and Sheldon had a 35-0 win.

The Orabs move to 4-1 in the district and 5-2 on the season. The Warriors stand at 2-2 in the district and 3-4 on the year.

Sheldon will finish the district schedule next Friday hosting MOC Floyd Valley while Sioux Center will host Central Lyon George Little Rock.


Sports Scores From Friday October Fifth

CLASS 2A: District 1

Sheldon 35, Sioux Center 0
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 47, MOC-Floyd Valley 6
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 53, Unity Christian, Orange City 19
East Sac County 20, Cherokee, Washington 14 (ND)

 

 

 

 

CLASS 1A: District 1

Emmetsburg 42, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 0
Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 35, Okoboji, Milford 0 (ND)
South O’Brien, Paullina 38, North Union 0
Western Christian, Hull 29, Gehlen Catholic, LeMars 7

CLASS A: District 1

Hinton 46, Sibley-Ocheyedan 0
West Lyon, Inwood 57, Lawton-Bronson 3
Woodbury Central, Moville 63, West Sioux, Hawarden 40
Akron-Westfield 34, Alta/Aurelia 18

8 Player: District 1

Harris-Lake Park 86, Clay Central-Everly 6
Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 80, River Valley, Correctionville 38
Remsen-Union 51, Kingsley-Pierson 14
St. Mary’s, Remsen 48, Whiting 8

CLASS 3A: District 2

Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 17, Carroll 14
Humboldt 21, LeMars 12 (ND)
Spencer 28, Denison-Schleswig 6
Storm Lake 54, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 20

 


The Nighthawks Big Second Half Leads To Victory

The #1 ranked Boyden Hull Rock Valley Nighthawks rode a 40 point second half to beat the MOC-FV Dutchmen 47-6 at Korver Field in Orange City Friday night.

The Dutch pulled the first punch on the Nighthawks as Trey Achterhoff hit Jay Elsberry on a 65 yard slant bringing the Dutch inside the 10 yard line. A few plays later Achterhoff threw a 4 yard touchdown pass to Rafael Sanchez and with 10:05 left in the first quarter the score was 6-0 after the missed extra point.

Both teams traded possessions throughout the first half before the Nighthawks were able to put points on the board. With 2:41 left in the first half the Nighthawks finished a 76 yard drive in 6:04 with a Brandt Van Roekel 6 yard touchdown run. During the drive the Dutch were called for a pass interference on 3rd down which kept the drive alive deep in MOC-FV territory. Adding the extra point by kicker David De Bruin the score was 7-6.

MOC-FV attempted a field goal after a long drive right before the finish of the half but came up short leaving the score 7-6 in favor of the Nighthawks at the conclusion of the first half.

Boyden Hull Rock Valley dominated the 3rd quarter with 26 unanswered points scoring on all 4 possessions. Boyden Hull Rock Valley took the 2nd halfs first drive 80 yards in 3:07 scoring on a 26 yard Touchdown pass to JC Koerselman from Van Roekel making the score 14-6. The Nighthawks Van Roekel was not done as he scored on a 98 yard broken quarterback sneak on the next possession to make the score 21-6 at the 7:19 mark in the 3rd quarter.

The other two Nighthawk scores added in the 3rd quarter were on drives of 35 and 87 yards. Miguel Alvarado capped the first drive with a 6 yard score and Logan Steins added a 3 yard score on the second drive making the score 33-6 with 2:12 left in the 3rd quarter.

The Nighthawks completed the 40 point second half with two more 4th quarter scores. The first of the two scores was a Brandt Van Roekel to Miguel Alvarado 31 yard touchdown pass. The second was on a 24 yard scoring run by Logan Steins.

The Nighthawks defense held the Dutch unofficially to 0 net yards in the second half while scoring the 40 unanswered points.

Next week the Nighthawks (7-0, 4-0 in District) will face Cherokee in Rock Valley. The Dutch (4-3, 2-2 in District) will travel to Sheldon to face the Orabs.