The Herreid Selby Area Wolverines used the big play, with scoring on plays of 72, 62, 52 and 34 yards to control the football game, and gave Sully Buttes their first loss–46-6 Friday night in Onida.
The combo of quarterback Tray Hettick and runningback Benjamin Begaman accounted for 325 of HSA’s 330 yards of total offense. Sully Buttes finished with 192 yards on the ground and through the air, but could only get into the endzone one time.
The Wolverines defense bent but didn’t break on a couple of Charger opportunities, and Sully Buttes couldn’t sustain any rushing or passing attack to help break through.
The Chargers, now 5-1 head into their bye week, and Herreid Selby Area will take on winless Northwestern Friday night in Herreid for their homecoming.