High School Football: W-DC bests Warroad at home

The Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines celebrated homecoming by hosting the Warroad Warriors Friday, Sept. 30.

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WADENA — Teshe Loer finished with 10 catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns as the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines won their homecoming game by defeating the Warroad Warriors 34-8 Friday, Sept. 30.

Evan Lunde scored two first-quarter rushing touchdowns while rushing for 82 yards while D’Andre Hammond added 50 yards and a touchdown on the ground for the Wolverines.

Josiah Kallevig passed for 195 yards and two touchdowns for W-DC, who improved to 4-1 this season.

Warroad 0 0 0 8 – 8

Wadena-Deer Creek 14 20 0 0 – 34

First quarter

WDC-Evan Lunde 27-yard run (Cole Woods kick) 10:13

WDC-Evan Lunde 1-yard run (Cole Woods kick) 2:01

Second quarter

WDC-Teshe Loer 12-yard reception from Josiah Kallevig (kick no good) 12:00

WDC-Teshe Loer 7-yard reception from Josiah Kallevig (Cole Woods kick) 7:47

WDC-D’Andre Hammon 10-yard run (Woods kick) 0:52

Fourth quarter

W- #10 1-yard run (#10 run) 4:14

Team statistics

Rushes-yards: WDC 23-199, W 43-233

Pass comp-att-int-yds: WDC 18-27-1-195, W 3-13-1-42

Total offense: WDC 50-394, W 56-275

Individual leaders

Rushing: WDC-Evan Lunde 7-82, D’Andre Hammond 6-50, Koby Endres 4-31, Simon Kreklau 1-29, Josiah Kallevig 5-7

Passing: WDC-Josiah Kallevig 18-27-195

Receiving: WDC-Teshe Loer 10-98, Jaeger Pettit 3-49, Isaac Hamann 1-30, Tyson Barthel 2-22, Brandon Wheeler 1-2

Overall: WDC 4-1. Next: Wadena-Deer Creek hosts Bagley 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7.

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