Tucker Schneider's arm may need some ice for his arm following the senior's performance in Kidder County Friday night.

Schneider, the quarterback for the Napoleon/Gackle-Streeter football team, strung together 216 passing yards and four touchdowns to help the Imperials to a 36-6 win over Kidder County.

NGS is undefeated at 3-0 overall and 1-0 in conference while Kidder County dropped to 0-1 in the 9-man, Region 5 standings and is 1-2 overall.

Schneider completed 17 of his 29 attempted passes and threw for four touchdowns.

Prior to the start of the 2021-2022 football season, Kidder County head coach Dave Silbernagel said the Wolves' had lower numbers and a lot of youth on their roster. While the Imperials took advantage of the 19-man roster, Simon Hager was still able to get the Wolves on the board.

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Hager, the quarterback for the Wolves, connected with senior running back Jacob Biegler on a 43-yard pass to make it an 8-6 game early in the first quarter. Kidder Country just couldn't keep up with Schneider's arm through the second and third frames.

The Wolves are scheduled to face Mott-Regent/New England -- a team NGS beat 44-24 -- on Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. NGS is set to host Central McClean Friday at 7 p.m.

Napoleon/Gackle-Streeter 36, Kidder County 6

N/GS 14 14 8 0 - 36

KC 6 0 0 0 - 6

First quarter

NGS: Tucker Schneider 49-yard pass to Patrick Pechtel (Trenton Erbele run)

KC: Simon Hager 43-yard pass to Jacob Biegler (run failed)

NGS: Schneider 19-yard pass to Mason Weigel (run failed)

Second quarter

NGS: Schneider 24-yard pass to Erbele (pass to Pechtel good)

NGS: Kayden Sperle 40 yard rush (run failed)

Third quarter

NGS: Schneider 4-yard pass to Sperle (Pass to Pechtel good)

Fourth quarter

No scoring.