Successful Homecoming for South Hamilton, 38-14
JEWELL — South Hamilton capped off its Homecoming festivities with an impressive showing on the field.
The Hawks (4-1 overall, 2-0 in Class 1A, District 2) defeated Woodward-Granger (2-3, 1-1) 38-14 for their second consecutive victory on Friday night.
South Hamilton had 398 yards of total offense and churned up big yards on the ground, rushing for 311 yards.
Landen Skartvedt and Noah Gunderson both reached the 100-yard plateau. Skartvedt carried the ball 18 times for 122 yards and a 34-yard touchdown. Gunderson had 15 totes for 106 yards.
The Hawks had four re- zone touchdowns, all coming from a yard out.
Blake Harris had two of the scores, while Tjerdan Johnson and Nick Severseike had one each.
Johnson finished with 56 yards rushing. Skartvedt threw one pass for 69 yards, which was caught by teagan Trask.
Woodward-Granger quarterback Carter Moran was 16-for-29 passing for 237 yards and an eight-yard touchdown strike to Nick Rees. Moran also ran in a four-yard touchdown.
Dane Polich caught five balls for 110 yards and Max Dalton had four catches for 95 yards.
South Hamilton allowed only 41 yards rushing.
Skartvedt led the Hawks’ defense with 6.5 tackles. Gunderson recorded six and Landon Greufe chipped in five.
South Hamilton is at home again this Friday, playing South Central Calhoun.