Garrett Sonderup led the charge for Doane (4-3, 3-3 GPAC), rushing for 107 yards in the Tigers' 17-7 win over Briar Cliff on Saturday in Crete. Quarterback Jack Kalina also added some firepower, as he completed 25 of 37 throws for 259 yards and a score. Briar Cliff (5-3, 3-3) had five turnovers in the loss, three coming off of interceptions.
Hastings 21, Concordia 13: The Broncos (4-4, 2-4 GPAC) scored 14 unanswered points in the second half in Seward. Tahj Willingham ran for 143 yards and a touchdown for Hastings (3-5, 1-5). Concordia's Andrew Perea threw for 178 yards and a touchdown.
Midland 21, Dakota Wesleyan 14: Keenan Smith led the way for Midland (6-2, 4-2 GPAC) with 133 of his team's 198 rushing yards against Dakota Wesleyan (1-7, 0-6) in Fremont. Payton Nelson and Garry Cannon each added a score on the ground as the Vikings built a 21-7 lead in the first half.
Morningside 42, Northwestern 34: Northwestern (6-1, 5-1 GPAC) cut the Mustangs' lead to eight points with a late field goal, but couldn't get any closer. Trent Solsma thre for 231 yards and four scores for Morningside (8-0, 6-0), while Arnijae Ponder rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns.
Dordt 49, Jamestown 18: Jamestown (2-6, 1-5 GPAC) outgained Dordt (5-2, 4-2) 402-354 in total yards, but Dordt took advantage of three interceptions. Keithen Drury rushed for 116 yards on nine carries and scored a pair of touchdowns.
Chadron State 30, Dixie State 18: Chadron State (5-2) got out to an early lead at home behind Kevin Coy's short touchdown run and Tevon Wright's 4-yard receiving score. Dixie State (5-3) cut the deficit to 23-18 with 9:55 to play, but Coy broke free for a late 97-yard TD run to ice the game.
Peru State 26, William Penn 20, OT: Peru State went on a 26-3 run to end the game against William Penn (3-5), behind 160 yards rushing from running back Tajh Eaddy in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Eaddy also scored a 72-yard touchdown for the Bobcats (3-5). Peru State scored on its first play in overtime, on a 25-yard strike from Daniel Boshart to Colton Audsley.
Wayne State 34, Minot State 0: For the first time since 2011, the Wildcats posted a shutout. Maliki Wilson had a big day for Wayne State, as he ran for 145 yards, had 23 yards receiving and scored a touchdown in the air and on the ground. Wayne State's Aaron Bleil threw for 185 yards and two scores.
Fort Hays State 29, Nebraska-Kearney 26, 2OT: Brian Covarrubias delivered on a game-tying 39-yard field goal at the end of regulation for the Lopers (4-4), before Fort Hays State (6-2) won in double-overtime in Kearney. Dante Brown's 26-yard field goal sealed the deal for Fort Hays State in the second overtime. Darrius Webb ran for 149 yards for the Lopers.