Hamilton surpasses Miles City in Class A playoffs
The Hamilton Broncs advanced to the semifinals of the Montana State Class A football championship series by crushing the Miles City Cowboys 52-13. The home Broncs recorded five incredible touchdowns in the second quarter to take the lead in the afternoon contest.
Early in the game, quarterback Tyson Rostad scored the first for the Broncs on goaltending, but Tyler Jones missed the extra point. Then, after an interception by Eli Taylor, Tyson Bauder showed up for a TD, followed by a successful Jones PAT. Hamilton led 13-0 at the start of the second quarter.
Miles City scored early in the second period, with Dalton Polesky passing to Aiden Cline for a touchdown and a Blackwell PAT. Then the Broncs escaped, with an interception and fumble helping the recovery, they scored five touchdowns. Four of those touchdowns were from Tim Zohner, who eluded tackles in his runs, including a 60-yard scamper. The other touchdown was a rigged pass game from Liam O’Connell to Eli Taylor. Tyler Jones kicked in two more points, increasing the score to 46-7 in the closing seconds of the period. At this point, the Montana High School Association’s “mercy” rule began, with the game clock continuing to run except for injuries and timeouts.
In the third quarter, Hamilton’s first string players scored once again when Tim Zohner crossed the goal line again. Several substitutions for Bronc in the closing minutes of the game, and Miles City scored the last point of the game with Dalton Polesky entering the end zone in the third quarter, going scoreless in the final period. The final score was Hamilton 52 Miles City 13.
The victory puts Hamilton in another Saturday afternoon playoff, Nov. 13. They will host Fergus County from Lewistown, who beat Sidney in their quarter-final game. KLYQ will broadcast the semi-final football game on 1240 AM radio, www.klyq.com and the free KLYQ mobile app.
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