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No. 3 Carroll College defeats Montana Western

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The third-ranked Carroll College Fighting Saints defeated the University of Montana Western Bulldogs 46-17 on a pleasant but windy afternoon at Vigilante Field in Dillon on Saturday, Oct. 22. By Lowell Peterson The third-ranked Carroll College Fighting Saints defeated the University of Montana Western Bulldogs 46-17 on a pleasant but windy afternoon at Vigilante Field in Dillon on Saturday, Oct. 29. The Saints marched 80 yards over seven plays on their opening possession to take a 7-0 lead at the 11:53 mark when Dane Broadhead hit Lat Wipplinger on an eight-yard touchdown pass. The defenses took over for the rest of the quarter and no further points were put on the scoreboard in the opening period. Early in the second period the Bulldogs looked ready to tie things up but were forced to settle for a field goal by Yim Sribenjakul to cut the lead to 7-3 with 11:04 to play in the first half. Montana Western would not score again in the first half while Carroll added 16 more points to the scoreboard. Broadhead connected with Anthony Clarke on a 22-yard pass in the end zone and Chance Demarais ran the ball in from the one-yard line for two touchdowns while Yaremko added the extra points to put the Saints ahead 21-3. A snap that sailed over punter Deryk Van Zee’s head and out of the end zone for a safety added the final two points on Carroll’s side of the scoreboard and the half ended 23-3 in favor of the Saints. Just 15 seconds into the third quarter, the Saints got the second safety of the game to go up 25-3. Just over a minute later, Dakota Stonehouse scampered 13 yards for another Saints’ touchedown and Yaremko added the extra point. With 7:50 on the clock, Stonehouse threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Wipplinger and Yaremko added the extra point to put Carroll ahead 39-3. Jeff Logan connected on a 34-yard pass to Casey Lamping with 5:33 to play and Sribenjakul’s kick was good to cut the Saints’ lead to 39-10. However, two minutes later Dustin Rinker ran for a 15-yard Carroll touchdown and the third quarter ended with the Saints ahead 46-10. Early in the final period Jeff Logan ran four yards for a touchdown on a quarterback keeper and Sribenjakul kicked the extra point to make the score 46-17. No more points would be put on the board and the game ended with the Saints' seventh straight win. The Saints (7-1, 8-1) outgained the Bulldogs (2-6, 2-7) in total offensive yards, 430-238. Carroll held the advantage rushing, 320-132. The Bulldogs passed for 106 yards and the Saints had 110. Carroll had two players rush for over 100 yards; Rinker led the way with 110 and Demarais, the leading rusher in NAIA Division I, finished with 103. TJ Leep led the Bulldogs with 84 rushing yards and Charlie Dotson had 72. Jeff Logan passed for 106 yards and a touchdown and Broadhead passed for 61 yards and two touchdowns for the Saints. The third-ranked Carroll College Fighting Saints defeated the University of Montana Western Bulldogs 46-17 on a pleasant but windy afternoon at Vigilante Field in Dillon on Saturday, Oct. 22. The Saints marched 80 yards over seven plays on their opening possession to take a 7-0 lead at the 11:53 mark when Dane Broadhead hit Lat Wipplinger on an eight-yard touchdown pass. The defenses took over for the rest of the quarter and no further points were put on the scoreboard in the opening period. Early in the second period the Bulldogs looked ready to tie things up but were forced to settle for a field goal by Yim Sribenjakul to cut the lead to 7-3 with 11:04 to play in the first half. Montana Western would not score again in the first half while Carroll added 16 more points to the scoreboard. Broadhead connected with Anthony Clarke on a 22-yard pass in the end zone and Chance Demarais ran the ball in from the one-yard line for two touchdowns while Yaremko added the extra points to put the Saints ahead 21-3. A snap that sailed over punter Deryk Van Zee’s head and out of the end zone for a safety added the final two points on Carroll’s side of the scoreboard and the half ended 23-3 in favor of the Saints. Just 15 seconds into the third quarter, the Saints got the second safety of the game to go up 25-3. Just over a minute later, Dakota Stonehouse scampered 13 yards for another Saints’ touchedown and Yaremko added the extra point. With 7:50 on the clock, Stonehouse threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Wipplinger and Yaremko added the extra point to put Carroll ahead 39-3. Jeff Logan connected on a 34-yard pass to Casey Lamping with 5:33 to play and Sribenjakul’s kick was good to cut the Saints’ lead to 39-10. However, two minutes later Dustin Rinker ran for a 15-yard Carroll touchdown and the third quarter ended with the Saints ahead 46-10. Early in the final period Jeff Logan ran four yards for a touchdown on a quarterback keeper and Sribenjakul kicked the extra point to make the score 46-17. No more points would be put on the board and the game ended with the Saints' seventh straight win. The Saints (7-1, 8-1) outgained the Bulldogs (2-6, 2-7) in total offensive yards, 430-238. Carroll held the advantage rushing, 320-132. The Bulldogs passed for 106 yards and the Saints had 110. Carroll had two players rush for over 100 yards; Rinker led the way with 110 and Demarais, the leading rusher in NAIA Division I, finished with 103. TJ Leep led the Bulldogs with 84 rushing yards and Charlie Dotson had 72. Jeff Logan passed for 106 yards and a touchdown and Broadhead passed for 61 yards and two touchdowns for the Saints. On the defensive side of the ball, Pat Hergesheimer led Montana Western with 12 tackles and Kasey Griffith had eight. Griffith also had the only quarterback sack for the Bulldogs. Stetson Koffman (7) and Ted Morigeau (6) led the Saints in tackles and the Carroll team sacked Logan four times in the game. Montana Western hosts Eastern Oregon University (6-2, 7-2) Saturday, Nov. 5 at Vigilante Field in Dillon, Mont. at 1 p.m. in the final home game of the season for the Bulldogs. Carroll will host Montana Tech (1-7, 2-7) the same day at 1 p.m. On the defensive side of the ball, Pat Hergesheimer led Montana Western with 12 tackles and Kasey Griffith had eight. Griffith also had the only quarterback sack for the Bulldogs. Stetson Koffman (7) and Ted Morigeau (6) led the Saints in tackles and the Carroll team sacked Logan four times in the game. Montana Western hosts Eastern Oregon University (6-2, 7-2) Saturday, Nov. 5 at Vigilante Field in Dillon, Mont. at 1 p.m. in the final home game of the season for the Bulldogs. Carroll will host Montana Tech (1-7, 2-7) the same day at 1 p.m.