Football Travels To Hastings

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Football Travels To Hastings


Dordt will travel to Hastings, Nebraska to face the Hastings College Broncos in GPAC play with a 1:00 kickoff.


Watch the Hastings video production here

Listen to the Dordt Media Network audio play by play here

Live in-game stats are here.


The Broncos are 0-1 after losing to Northwestern in Orange City last weekend 45-13.   Northwestern was up 42-0 going into the fourth quarter before Hastings got on the board with two touchdowns.

The Broncos had trouble getting much going on offense with 170 yards passing and 62 yards rushing. The Defense allowed 308 yards passing and 139 yards rushing.

John Zamora passed for 164 yards with two touchdowns and 164 yards. Will Austin caught five passes for 16 yards and Courtney Lane had two catches for 77 yards. Tyree Nesmith caught two passes for 40 yards. Tyree Nesmith had 13 rushing attempts for 29 yards and Malik Thorpe ran for 20 yards on four carries.

The Hastings defense got two interceptions with one each by Tyler Pawloski and Jhon Williams. Hastings did not have a quarterback sack with Arjee Mack-Myers accounting for two tackles for a loss.


Dordt is 0-1 after losing 25-24 to Midland last week on the final play of regulation.

The Defenders ran for 184 yards and passed for 179.  Dordt’s defense allowed 32 yards rushing and 269 yards passing and picked off three passes. Anthony Trojahn ran for 94 yards on 21 carries and Nick Wellen and Ethan Thomas each had 37 and 33 yards. Thomas completed 5-11 passes for 89 yards and Tyler Reynolds was 3-4 with 90 yards.  Elia Boldan had three catches for 98 yards and a touchdown and Levi Jungling had four catches for 72 yards while Hayden Large caught a touchdown pass.

Jalen Placide, Nathan Kabongo, Grant Hixson and Meno Jones all had an interception and Bryce Christian had two quarterback sacks. Brayton Van Kekerix led the defense with seven solo and three assisted stops with a forced fumble.


Hastings leads the series 8-5 with Dordt winning the last five contests dating back to a 44-43 win in 2016.  Last year’s contest was a 65-0 win for the Defenders at home.


Morningside 1-0/2-0

Doane 1-0/1-0

Midland  1-0/1-1

Dakota Wesleyan 1-0/1-1

Northwestern 1-0/2-0

Jamestown 0-0/0-1

Dordt 0-1/0-1

Dordt 0-1/0-1

Hastings 0-1/0-1

Mount Marty 0-1/0-1

Briar Cliff 0-1/0-2


September 4

Midland def. Dordt 25-24

Dakota Wesleyan def. Mount Marty 20-3

Northwestern def, Hastings 45-13

Doane def. Briar Cliff 17-3

Morningside def. Concordia 63-7


September 11

Northwestern @ Midland

Briar Cliff @ Concordia

Dordt @Hastings

Mount Marty @ Jamestown

Morningside @ Doane


September 18

Dakota Wesleyan @ Midland

Concordia @ Dordt

Doane @ Northwestern

Mount Marty @ Morningside

Jamestown @ Hastings