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  • Dixie State Football Visits South Dakota School of Mines Saturday

    first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailRAPID CITY, S.D.-Saturday, Dixie State (2-1) concludes a 3-game road trip by visiting the South Dakota School of Mines Hardrockers (1-2) as the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference season ensues for both squads.The Trailblazers are on a 2-game winning streak after besting Fort Lewis (23-14) and New Mexico Highlands (55-0) after falling to Colorado State-Pueblo (37-6) to start the season.Dixie State is tied for 67th nationally in scoring offense (28.3 points per game) with Augustana (S.D.) and are 28th in the nation in scoring defense (16.7 points per game).The Trailblazers’ leading quarterback is redshirt sophomore quarterback Kody Wilstead who has completed under 46 percent of his passes (34-74) on the season for 488 yards, four touchdowns and five interceptions.Wilstead also averages a team-best 6 yards per carry. Dixie State’s overall leading rusher is senior tailback Sei-J Lauago (25 car, 112 yards, TD).Senior tailback Conner Miller (6 car, 125 yards, TD) is the Trailblazers’ leader in receiving yardage. Junior receiver Jalen Powell (12 rec, 117 yards, 2 TD’s) is the squad’s leader in scoring receptions and senior receiver Xavier Smith (3 rec, 88 yards, TD) leads the team in yards per reception with 29.3 yards per grab.Defensively, sophomore defensive back Simote Lokotui leads the Trailblazers with two sacks. In interceptions, redshirt sophomore defensive back Darrius Nash and senior defensive back Aaron Simpson lead the squad with two thefts apiece.The Hardrockers defeated non-conference foe Simon Fraser last week, 26-7, following losses in RMAC play to Colorado Mesa, 37-33 and Western Colorado, 27-7.They are tied for 105th in scoring offense (22 points per game) nationally with Wheeling, Ohio Dominican, William Jewell and Benedict.The Hardrockers are 74th nationally in scoring defense (23.7 points per game).South Dakota School of Mines has played two quarterbacks extensively this season: redshirt sophomore Spencer Zur (27-54, 304 yards, TD/5 INT’s) and sophomore Toby Smith (15-29, 149 yards, TD/INT).The leading tailbacks are junior Ahmad Lewis (63 car, 248 yards) and redshirt freshman Kaleb Roth (19 car, 105 yards). Roth averages 5.5 yards per carry.The leading receiver is junior Carson Hunt (5 rec, 118 yards) who averages a team-best 23.6 yards per grab.Sophomore defensive lineman Thomas Chapman is tied for 12th nationally in sacks with 4.5 this season.Junior defensive back Dominick Jackson leads South Dakota School of Mines with three interceptions thus far on the season.Entering the sixth all-time meeting between these two squads, the Hardrockers lead the all-time series 3-2 and at Rapid City, S.D., the series is tied 1-1 all-time. Written by Brad James Tags: Dixie State Football/South Dakota School of Mines Football September 26, 2019 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Football Visits South Dakota School of Mines Saturdaylast_img read more