DICKINSON, N.D. – The Blue Hawks put up points on both sides of the ball, and special teams, against Jamestown on Saturday (Oct. 4). The Homecoming crowd at the Biesiot Activities Center left happy, as the Blue Hawks came out on top 35-17. Dickinson State is now 3-3 on the year, while Jamestown is 1-4.
Dickinson State opened the scoring in the first quarter on a quarterback keeper from 16-yards out. Kaler Ray found his way into the end zone and gave Dickinson State a 7-0 lead.
The Jimmies would get on the board with a 30-yard field goal from Grant Linde.
In the second quarter, Ray found JT Keith in the end zone on a 4-yard pass, giving the Blue Hawks a 14-3 lead.
The Blue Hawks defense was a turnover machine in the second half. Drew Johnson returned a fumble for a touchdown. Awa Poggi intercepted a pass at the goal line and also recovered a fumble in the end zone.
Dickinson State's special teams also found their way onto the board. After Jamestown quarterback Dylan Klatt scrambled for an 11-yard touchdown, Seth Ewoniuk took Linde's kick-off from the Blue Hawks' 3-yard line, on the far hash, and switched the field, taking it 97 yards to the house.
Myren Moore took nine straight handoffs and, on the ninth rush, plunged the ball into the end zone.
Ray threw for 76 yards, one touchdown, and hit six different receivers. Jesse Carney rushed for 96 yards. Moore recorded 75. Alex Hutizil recorded 11 tackles (2-9=11), while Robert Nalewaja brought down nine (4-5=11) ball carriers.
Dickinson State has a bye week coming up and will be back in action at Valley City on Oct. 18.