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2011-09-18T00:00:00Z Prep Football Montana Standard
September 18, 2011 12:00 am

Lima 68, W. Yellowstone 7

LIMA — The scoreboard was turned into a light show by Lima as the Bears celebrated homecoming with a big win over rival West Yellowstone in Class C Western Conference 

6-Man football Saturday.

Lima scored the first 

68 points of the game. Zach Thornton, Seth Montgomery, Gavin Duck and Chance Kluesner were among the Bear leaders for the day.

Thornton tan for 

131 yards, including touchdown carries of 

3 and 20 yares. Montgomery caught 

seven passes for 63 ards. TD receptions of the 4 and 7 yards were among the snares. Duck passed for 

26 yards by completing 

all five of his throws. He tossed the scoring passes to Duck, and also intercepted a Wolverine pass and ran it back 35 yards to paydirt.

Kluesner threw for 

25 aerial yards, making good on all three of his attempts. He also picked off a pass and returned 

44 yards for a TD, and he tallied a touchdown on a 17-yard bolt.

West Yellowstone’s 

TD was on a 6-yard pass to Jacob Moss from Asael Vazquez.

Lima will play at Hot Springs on Friday night. West Yellowstone is scheduled for a home game against Two Eagle river next Saturday.


W. Yellowstone      0        0         0         7 — 7

Lima         32      14     16       6 — 68


LIMA — Chase Kluesner 6 run (Seth Montgomery kick)

LIMA — Zach Thornton 3 run (Montgomery kick)

LIMA — Thornton 20 run (Montgomery kick)

LIMA — Dee Mayer 38 punt return (Montgomery kick)

LIMA — Seth Montgomery 4 pass from Gavin Duck (kick failed)

LIMA — Duck 35 pass interception return (Montgomery kick)

LIMA — Montgomery 7 pass form Duck (Chase Kluesner kick)

LIMA — Chance Kluesner 44 pass interception return (Chase Kluesner kick)

LIA — Chance Kluesner 17 run (kick blocked)

WY — Jacob Moss 6 pass from Asael Vazquez ( (Moss pass form Vazquez)


White Sulphur 46, 

Twin Bridges 40

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — Seventh-ranked White Sulphur Springs outscored third-ranked Twin Bridges in a duel of Southern C titans on Saturday.

The Hornets’ Keith Forkin carried 15 times for 135 yards, including touchdown packs of 

20, 54 and 16 yards. On defense, he made 27 stops.

Tyler West caught eight passes for 170 yards and quarterback Cy Williams threw for 289 yards while completing 14 of 35 passes.

Both teams were undefeated entering the fray.

Cole Miotke and Cody Pierson scored two touchdowns apiece for Twin Bridges.

Miotke bulled into the end zone  twice from inside the 10-yard line and Pierson caught TD passes of 7 adn 23 yards from Tyler Lott.


Twin Bridges              6       20        6     8 — 40

White Sulphur            6        12       20    8 — 46

WSS — Keith Forkin 20 run (pass failed)

TB — Cole Miotke 8 run (kick failed)

TB — Jake Corrigan 6 run (kick failed)

WSS — Tanner blair 1 run (pass failed)

TB — Miotke 1 un (Cody Pierson run)

TB — Jesse Pfertsh 6 pass from Tyler Lott (pass failed)

WSS — Forkin 54 run on lateral from Tyler West off 10 pass from Cy Williams (pass failed)

WSS — West 30 pass form Williams (pass failed)

WSS — Blair 6 run (Forkin run)

TB — Pierson 7 pass form Lott (pass failed)

WSS — Blair 63 pass form Williams (run failed)

WSS — Forkin 16 run (West from Williams)

TB — Pierson 23 pass from Lott (Pierson pass form Lott)


Broadview-Lavina 24, Sheridan 8

BROADVIEW — Nathan Hanser scored on a pair of 2-yard runs to pace Broadview/Lavina over Sheridan in a Southern C Conference game Friday.

Sheridan’s touchdown was on a 19-yard dash by Xavier Harris.


Sheridan                 8  0  0  0    —  8 

Broadview-Lavina  0  16  8  0   —  24 

SHER — Xavier Harris 19 run (Kenneth Schandelmier pass from Harris).

B/L — Nathan Hanser 2 run (Cody Mullikin pass from Christian Hanser)

B/L — Ian Glennie 8 pass from C. Hanser (C. Hanser run)

B/L — N. Hanser 2 run (C. Hanser run).


Big Timber 8, Whitehall 2

WHITEHALL — A defensive struggle resulted in two defensive team scores as Big Timber logged a thin win over Whitehall Friday night in District 5-B Conference football.

Big Timber scored its touchdown by recovering a fumbled punt and then going in for a touchdown.

Whitehall’s points came on a safety.

Identities of those scoring the points were not submitted for publication.


Big Timber 0          0        8     0 — 8

Whitehall 2          0         0     0 — 2

WHI — Safety.

BT —  Ballcarrier 2 run (2-point conversion good)

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