Sport Shorts: Wolves get past round one of 9-man playoffs
Noah Fredrickson's 284 passing yards and four touchdowns weren't enough to clinch the win against Kidder County on Saturday.
The Wolves outscored the Outlaws 44-26 in the first round of the 9-man football playoffs in Steele. Kidder County will face Beach in the second round of the playoffs Saturday in Steele at 2 p.m.
Fredrickson threw up a 26-yard pass to Lane Veach for the first points of the game but the Wolves rebounded with an 11-yard run from John Wagner to tie up the game at six apiece. Payton Cauthon then put the Wolves ahead six points off a 21-yard run late in the first.
The Wolves did not give up the lead the rest of the game.
Cauthon scored three of Kidder County's six touchdowns and had 135 yards off nine carries. Blake Pfaff rushed for 149 yards off 18 carries.
Kidder County 44, Ray/Powers Lake 26
R/PL 6 8 6 6 -- 26
KC 12 8 16 8 -- 44
R/PL: Noah Fredrickson 26 yard pass to Lane Veach; 2 pt. failed
KC: John Wagner 11 yard run; 2 pt. failed
KC: Payton Cauthon 21 yd run: 2 pt. failed
R/PL: Fredrickson 66 yard pass to Jace Nelson: Fredrickson to Nelson 2 pt. good
KC: Cauthon 16 yd run: Blake Pfaff run 2 pt. good
KC: Cauthon 61 yd run: Jonah Harter run 2 pt. good
R/PL: Fredrickson 54 yd. pass to Nelson; 2 pt. failed
KC: Harter 10 yd pass to Tristan Patzner; John Wagner run 2 pt. good
R/PL: Fredrickson 7 yd pass to Nelson; 2 pt. failed
KC: Harter 2 yd run; Ryan Nicholson run 2 pt. good