The Dakota Indians wasted no time making up for a late arrival official crew. Aiden Cassidy took the opening kickoff 75 yards for an Indians touchdown, giving Dakota a quick 7-0 lead. After a quick 3 and out for AFC, Dakota was in good position to add to their lead. Dakota wasted no time, as Josh Clark connected with Carter Drake for a 33 yard Touchdown pass giving the Indians a 13-0 lead with 7:19 remaining in the first quarter.
The Raiders were unable to get anything going offensively and Dakota took advantage. Dakota added three more scores before halftime, 2 on the legs of Trey Engelbrecht, and a 52 yard reception by Carter Drake. The Indians led 42-0 at halftime. At halftime the Indians had outgained the Raiders 236-29.
The Indians would add a touchdown in the third quarter to push the lead to 49-0. The Raiders were able to finally push across a score with 14.5 seconds remaining in the game leaving Dakota the victors 49-6.
The Indians were led on the ground by Engelbrecht with 94 yards and 3 touchdowns. Josh Clark added 118 yards through the air to go along with 2 touchdowns. Carter Drake led the receiving core with 98 yards and 2 touchdowns. Caleb McBride led the Raiders with 47 yards rushing on 17 carries. Matt Thompson pitched in 34 yards rushing on 14 carries. Jeremy Etes scored the lone AFC touchdown.
Dakota (2-0) vs Forreston (1-1)
AFC (0-2) @ Aquin (2-0)