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Doane's Kyle Jensen ran for 130 yards and a touchdown as the Tigers defeated Hastings 13-7 on Saturday in Hastings.

Tahj Willingham ran for 129 yards for Hastings (5-4, 2-4 GPAC),

Doane's Jack Shadley completed 14 of 23 passes for 213 yards, with 98 of those yards going to Jacob Cornelius on three catches.

Jensen's 17-yard touchdown run in the third quarter put Doane (5-3 3-3) up 10-0.

Hastings quarterback Anthony Cloyd was 14-for-23 for 149 yards and the Broncos' lone touchdown.

No. 4 Morningside 36, Midland 15: Morningside jumped out to a 28-0 lead early in the second quarter behind three Trent Solsma passing touchdowns in Sioux City, Iowa. Midland scored 15 unanswered points before the end of the first half after Payton Nelson hit Von Alvensleben twice on scoring passes, of 15 and 25 yards. The Warriors did not find the end zone after that. Nelson was 18-for-38 passing with 256 yards and two touchdowns. Solsma finished 20-for-36 with 267 yards and three TDs. Bubba Jenkins led the Mustangs with 228 yards and two scores on the ground.

Peru State 55, Graceland 34: The Bobcats held a 34-20 lead early in the third quarter, but two straight scores by Graceland tied the game at 34 apiece with 12:15 to play in Peru. Peru State went on to score 21 unanswered points. Peru State had 604 yards of total offense, its most this season, including 467 yards on the ground. Three Bobcats had more than 100 yards rushing: backup quarterback Dan Boshart had 157 yards on 15 carries and one touchdown, Sean Van Briesen added 137 yards and five touchdowns and Travis Carnahan 105 yards and one touchdown.

Lindenwood 35, Nebraska-Kearney 31: Lindenwood defeated the Lopers for the third straight season, after trailing 31-28 with just over two minutes left in St. Charles, Missouri. The Lions blocked a punt, setting up their drive at the Lopers' 16-yard line. Calen Campbell scored from 7 yards out for the lead with 1:33 to play. The Lopers managed a 386-378 total offense advantage as well as having the ball 13 more minutes (36:58-23:02). Darrien Daniels ran 24 times for 122 yards and a score for the Lopers.

Wayne State 27, Concordia-St. Paul 23: Mitchell Hansen fired a 15-yard touchdown pass to Nate Rogers on third-and-14 with 23 seconds to play for the Wayne State game-winner in Wayne. The Wildcats were led by Rashad Trimble, who carried the ball 12 times for 96 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown on the second play from scrimmage.

Colorado School of Mines 27, Chadron State 15: Derek Jackson had a pair of rushing touchdowns for the Eagles, but it wasn't enough to match Colorado School of Mines' Cameron Mayberry, who ran for 154 yards and two scores in Chadron. Mayberry's 27-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter extended Orediggers' lead to 27-15.

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