High School Football: WDC defeats the Braves

WDC at Menahga Sept. 10

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MENAHGA — Evan Lunde rushed for two touchdowns while Josiah Kallevig threw for three touchdowns for the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines in their 42-18 win over the Menahga Braves Friday, Sept. 9.

MJ Lunde led the Wolverines in receiving with three catches for 75 yards and a touchdown. Isaac Hamman caught two pases for 65 yards and two touchdowns.

D’Andre Hammond led WDC in rushing with 61 yards on six carries and a touchdown.

Wadena-Deer Creek 7 14 8 13 — 42

Menahga 6 0 6 6 — 18

First quarter

WDC-Evan Lunde 3-yard run (Cole Woods kick) 2:33

Second quarter

WDC-safety 9:55

WDC-Isaac Harmann 51-yard pass from Josiah Kallevig (kick failed) 8:55

WDC-MJ Lunde 50-yard pass from Kallevig (kick failed) 5:42

Third quarter

WDC-D’Andre Hammond 27-yard run (Wheeler pass from Barthel) 5:50

Fourth quarterWDC-Evan Lunde 5-yard run 12:00

WDC-Hamman 14-yard pass from Kallevig 2:33

Team statistics

Rushes-yards: WDC 34-169, M 46-119

Pass comp-att-int-yds: WDC 10-16-193, M 17-24-114

Total offense: WDC 50-362, M 70-233

Individual leaders

Rushing: WDC-D’Andre Hammond 6-61, Evan Lunde 14-59, Josiah Kallevig, Simon Kreklau 1-3

Passing: WDC-Josiah Kallevig 10-16-193

Receiving: WDC-MJ Lunde 3-75, Isaac Hamann 2-65, Tyson Barthel 1-33, Teshe Loer 2-17, D’Andre Hammond 2-3

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