VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) – Chayce Hall passed for a record 466 yards and eight touchdowns to lead Potter County to a 60-22 win over Leola-Frederick in the South Dakota 9A championship game on Thursday. Hall set the all-class record for passing yards in a title game while leading the Battlers (11-1) to their first state championship. His eight TD passes tied the state 9-man record. Hall completed 16 of 20 passes and added a title-game record 30-yard field goal. He also led Potter County in rushing with 51 yards. Tanner Heuer caught five passes for a game-record 214 yards and three touchdowns, including a 65-yard score on the game’s first play. Michael Rausch also caught three TD passes. Leola-Frederick (11-1) beat the Battlers 12-7 during the regular season.
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