Senior quarterback Brady Harlan runs the ball in the Lions’ victory over Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley. 


The Ogilvie Lions are the District 9 North (White) champions. The Lions clinched the championship with a 22-7 victory over Carlton/Wrenshall Friday, Nov. 6. With the win, the Lions stayed undefeated with a 5-0 record. 

It was a defensive battle as yards were hard to come by. Carlton/Wrenshall had 202 total yards while Ogilvie had 195 yards. The Lions forced four turnovers as they recovered two fumbles and intercepted two passes. 


First quarter 

CARLTON/WRENSHALL: 36-yard TD run (PAT good)

OGILVIE: Brady Harlan 14-yard TD pass to Andy Berg (Harlan runs in two-pt. conversion) 

Second quarter 


Third quarter

OGILVIE: Dylan Nelson 1-yard TD run (Aydan Peterson runs in two-pt. conversion) 

Fourth quarter

OGILVIE: Caleb Felde 4-yard TD run (two-pt. conversion NO GOOD)


Brady Harlan five for 11, 70 yards, one TD, one interception


Beau Burk eight carries, 45 yards

Brady Harlan eight carries, 34 yards 

Dylan Nelson seven carries, 16 yards, one TD Ethan Warren five carries, 13 yards 

Caleb Felde three carries 8 yards one TD 


Beau Burk three receptions, 45 yards 

Andy Berg two receptions, 25 yards, one TD


“We won the District 9 North White Championship and celebrated with everyone after the game on parents’ and senior night. The defense played great again and came up with big stops and turnovers at critical times. Carlton/Wrenshall was very strong in the middle on defense so we had to pass and use our outside game more. Some late game injuries made us use a wildcat offense for a while and finished strong for the win.”

Ogilvie  vs Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley

The District 9 North (White) champion Ogilvie Lions concluded their 2020 regular season undefeated with a 14-0 victory against Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley. The win secured a 6-0 regular season record. 

Both teams struggled on offense as Ogilvie amassed only 81 yards of offense while the Wolverines totaled 122 yards. The big difference in the game was that the Lions defense was able to force four turnovers, including three interceptions. Beau Burk returned one of those interceptions for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for the Lions.   

Twelve fine seniors participated in their final regular season game:  Brady Harlan, Aydan Peterson, Beau Burk, Wyatt Heins, Dylan Nelson, Ethan Warren, Riley Lambert, Caleb Johnson, Logan Peterson, Gavin McLevis, manager Hazel Meyman, manager Cassie DeVito.  


First quarter: NO SCORING 

Second quarter: 

OGILVIE: Brady Harlan 2-yard TD run (Brady Harlan runs in the two-pt. conversion) 

Third quarter:  NO SCORING

Fourth quarter:

OGILVIE: Beau Burk interception return for a touchdown (two-pt. conversion failed) 


Brady Harlan two for 6, 2 yards 

Caleb Felde one for ,1 16 yards 


Brady Harlan nine carries, 17 yards, one TD 

Brody Milbradt five carries, 17 yards 

Beau Burk four carries, 15 yards 


Brady Harlan one reception, 16 yards 


“Again, the defense held at the right time and created lots of turnovers. We had a hard time moving the ball with good field position most of the time. A punt block and interception led to our two scores. Injuries during the game and from the previous game caused some players to have limited play or play not at their best but we came out with the win on a very cold day.”


Ogilvie will begin Section 2 playoffs. The Lions enter playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the section.  By the time this edition of the Times runs Ogilvie will have already hosted Nicollet on Tuesday night. If Ogilvie defeated Nicollet, they will host a second round playoff game on Saturday, Nov. 21 at 1:00 p.m. against the winner of Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart and Red Rock Central.  


Ogilvie 6-0

Renville County West 5-0

Red Rock Central 2-2 

Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s 3-3 

Cedar Mountain 2-1

Nicollet 1-5 

Onamia 2-1 

Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 1-4

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