The stiff Wolverines defense limited the Falcons to 198 yards of total offense, with Pete Mathews leading the way with 13 solo tackles and three assists. Mike Faust contributed seven solos and eight assists, while Jarod Syndegaard had seven and four, Taylor Schroeder five and four, Dane Christensen four and three, Andrew Koehlmoos four and three, Austin Richter four and three, and Grant Hibbing three and four.
West Sioux led 9-0 at halftime after a first-quarter field goal and a seven-yard touchdown run at the end of the first half.
SOS rushed for 181 yards in the game, with Taylor Schroeder carrying the ball six times for 62 yards, and Faust 10 hauls for 44 yards.
"All week long we worked on drive blocking up front and (linemen) Andrew VanBeek, Nick Massmann, Pete Mathews, Cody Rehder, and Grant Hibbing showed that the work is paying off," said first-year SØÍ head coach Mark Fuhrman.
"We fumbled the snap four times and have to get that worked out. It just kills a drive. But we are improving," added Fuhrman of his youthful squad with only five seniors on board.
SOS travels to Albert City on Sept. 26 to play Sioux Central. Game time is 7 p.m.