WSC Takes Down #24 Sioux Falls

Joe Dao, Sports Writer

With a huge second half game, the Wayne State College football team defeated the Sioux Falls Cougars.  

WSC started the game with a first quarter touchdown pass from sophomore Quarterback Nick Bohn to senior Wide Receiver Mason Lee. The Cougars then responded with two one-yard rushing touchdowns to make the first half score 7-14.  

Sioux Falls started the third quarter with a quick pick six, making the Wildcats down 7-21.  

Bohn then bounced back with a 28-yard touchdown pass to Redshirt freshman Trevor Marshall 14-21. A field goal from each team makes the score 17-24. To tie the game, Bohn took a quarterback keeper for 56 yards to put the Wildcats back in it. Bohn then threw the final touchdown of the game to sophomore Jadon Johnson to end the game 31-24.  

Bohn had a great game, leading in more passing with 165 yards and rushing with 124 yards, with also having three touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown of his own. 

The team’s ability to adapt and capitalize on what happened in the game was what was credited in the team’s success. 

The Wildcats are at home next week against Minnesota State University-Moorhead on Nov. 12 at 12 p.m. in their last game of the regular season.