Iowa high school football: Statewide scores list and area highlights

Iowa high school football: Statewide scores list and area highlights

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Iowa high school football: Statewide scores list and area highlights

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ACROSS THE STATE

Adair-Casey 64, Grandview Park Baptist, Des Moines 6
AHST, Avoca 21, Riverside, Oakland 6
Akron-Westfield 54, Sibley-Ocheyedan 18
Albia 35, PCM, Monroe 28
Algona 27, Charles City 6
Ankeny 49, Ames 17
Aplington-Parkersburg 41, South Hamilton, Jewell 0
Atlantic 28, ADM, Adel 27
Audubon 32, Guthrie Center 7
Baxter-CMB 42, Interstate 35, Truro 22
Beckman, Dyersville 45, Columbus Catholic, Waterloo 7
Bedford 19, Martensdale-St. Marys 13, OT
Belle Plaine 41, Iowa Valley, Marengo 18
BGM, Brooklyn 56, North Mahaska, New Sharon 0
Bishop Garrigan 34, Southeast Webster-Grand, Burnside 14
Bishop Heelan Catholic 45, Storm Lake 0
Bondurant Farrar 58, Clarke, Osceola 0
Boone 35, Iowa Falls-Alden 28
Boyden-Hull-RV 49, Sheldon 0
Boyer Valley, Dunlap 72, Heartland Christian 0
Burlington 16, Clinton 13
CAM, Anita 60, Lenox 20
Camanche 47, Northeast, Goose Lake 8
Carlisle 34, Knoxville 13
Carroll 28, Spencer 7
Cascade 40, Mount Vernon 7
Cedar Falls 41, Cedar Rapids Prairie 30
Cedar Rapids Kennedy 44, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 0
Center Point-Urbana 28, Monticello 14
Centerville 17, Fort Madison 13
Central Clinton, DeWitt 30, Clear Creek-Amana 14
Central Decatur, Leon 62, Colfax-Mingo 21
Central Lyon 42, Estherville Lincoln Central 23
Clarksville 59, Valley Community 8
Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg 21, Bellevue 7
Clear Lake 24, Webster City 7
Colo-NESCO 73, Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 14
Corning 34, Villisca 32
Council Bluffs Lewis Central 21, Perry 0
Cresco Crestwood 39, Independence 10
Creston-Orient-Macksburg 34, Harlan 14
Danville 21, New London 12
Davenport Assumption 35, Davenport Central 24
Davis County, Bloomfield 42, Central Lee, Donnellson 8
Decorah 50, Vinton-Shellsburg 7
Denver 34, Jesup 6
Des Moines East 48, Council Bluffs Lincoln 13
Des Moines Lincoln 55, Council Bluffs Jefferson 28
Dike-New Hartford 19, Sumner-Fredericksburg 7
Don Bosco, Gilbertville 42, Rockford 16
Dubuque Senior 21, Iowa City High 0
Eldridge North Scott 48, Davenport West 7
Emmetsburg 40, Western Christian, Hull 7
Epworth, Western Dubuque 49, Oelwein 0
Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 63, Coon Rapids-Bayard 34
Fairfield 33, Mount Pleasant 10
Forest City 14, South Central Calhoun 12
Fort Dodge 36, Des Moines North 7
Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 31, Clarion-Goldfield 7
Gehlen Catholic, Le Mars 54, Okoboji, Milford 15
Gilbert 37, East Marshall, Le Grand 14
Glenwood 35, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 15
Glidden-Ralston 62, Charter Oak-Ute 12
Greene County 20, Roland-Story 6
Grinnell 76, Saydel 8
Griswold 48, West Monona, Onawa 0
Grundy Center 33, BCLUW, Conrad 13
Harris-Lake Park 61, River Valley, Correctionville 8
Highland, Riverside 66, Van Buren, Keosauqua 14
Hinton 39, West Sioux, Hawarden 7
HLV, Victor 33, Melcher-Dallas 8
Humboldt 28, Waverly-Shell Rock 14
IKM-Manning 7, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 6
Iowa City West 76, Dubuque Hempstead 28
Janesville 35, Tripoli 18
Johnston 41, Sioux City North 20
Kee, Lansing 49, Central City 6
Keokuk 38, Oskaloosa 28
Kingsley-Pierson 42, St. Mary’s, Remsen 18
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 55, Shenandoah 0
Lamoni 50, East Union, Afton 48
Laurens-Marathon 69, CAL 12
Le Mars 24, Denison-Schleswig 21
Lisbon 42, WACO, Wayland 0
Logan-Magnolia 49, Westwood, Sloan 6
Lone Tree 55, Winfield-Mount Union 8
Louisa-Muscatine 54, West Burlington/Notre Dame 32
Lynnville-Sully 70, Pleasantville 0
Manchester West Delaware 21, Maquoketa 18
Manson Northwest Webster 30, Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 26
Maquoketa Valley, Delhi 38, Durant 6
Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 70, Whiting 8
Marion 63, Benton Community 0
Marion Linn-Mar 49, Dubuque Wahlert 6
Marshalltown 61, Des Moines Hoover 7
Mediapolis 56, West Liberty 21
Meskwaki Settlement School 64, Ankeny Christian Academy 62
Mid-Prairie, Wellman 35, Columbus Community, Columbus Junction 0
Midland, Wyoming 70, Cedar Valley 24
MOC-Floyd Valley 23, Orange City Unity Christian 8
Montezuma 49, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 0
Mount Ayr 25, Van Meter 13
Murray 64, Moravia 6
Nashua-Plainfield 25, Hudson 0
New Hampton 48, Central Springs 12
Newell-Fonda 69, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven Ayrshire 8
Newman Catholic, Mason City 42, AGWSR, Ackley 6
Newton 17, Dallas Center-Grimes 7
North Butler 27, Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction 20
North Iowa, Buffalo Center 41, Northeast Hamilton, Blairsburg 12
North Polk, Alleman 32, Nevada 28
North Tama, Traer 48, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 10
Northwood-Kensett 78, Dunkerton 36
Norwalk 37, Winterset 22
OA-BCIG 63, Clarinda Academy 20
Ogden 28, Pella Christian 14
Osage 35, Hampton-Dumont 34
Ottumwa 21, Mason City 3
Panorama, Panora 34, Des Moines Christian 0
Pekin 40, English Valley, North English 0
Pella 35, Chariton 0
Pleasant Valley 41, Muscatine 20
Pocahontas Area 32, North Union 30
Postville 35, East Buchanan, Winthrop 13
Prairie Valley, Gowrie 36, Belmond-Klemme 13
Preston 44, Springville 28
Red Oak 35, Clarinda 7
Regina, Iowa City 54, Alburnett 20
Remsen-Union 54, Clay Central-Everly 12
Ridge View 29, Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 28
Saint Ansgar 43, Monona MFL-Mar-Mac 6
Sidney 31, Fremont Mills, Tabor 30
Sioux Center 41, Cherokee, Washington 9
Sioux City East 43, Indianola 0
Sioux City West 21, Des Moines Roosevelt 14
Solon 56, Anamosa 0
South O’Brien, Paullina 37, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 14
South Tama County, Tama 35, Ballard 17
South Winneshiek, Calmar 42, North Fayette, West Union 29
Southeast Polk 41, Waukee 8
Spirit Lake 54, East Sac County 14
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 44, Treynor 6
Stanton 20, Essex 16
Starmont 59, Edgewood-Colesburg 6
Tipton 77, North Cedar, Stanwood 18
Tri-Center, Neola 54, Nodaway Valley, Greenfield 7
Twin Cedars, Bussey 77, Seymour 8
Underwood 28, East Mills 19
Union, La Porte City 34, Waukon 33
Wapello 35, Eddyville-Blakesburg 28
Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 55, North Linn, Troy Mills 0
Waterloo East 27, Waterloo West 21
Wayne, Corydon 50, Tri-County, Thornburg 8
West Bend-Mallard 62, CWL, Corwith 28
West Branch 55, Sigourney-Keota 20
West Central Valley, Stuart 50, Missouri Valley 14
West Central, Maynard 63, Central, Elkader 48
West Des Moines Valley 28, Urbandale 25
West Fork, Sheffield 39, Eagle Grove 26
West Hancock, Britt 40, Lake Mills 14
West Harrison, Mondamin 68, Nishnabotna 24
West Lyon, Inwood 42, Alta/Aurelia 7
Williamsburg 20, Washington 7
Wilton 46, Eldon Cardinal 13
Woodbine 49, Ar-We-Va, Westside 12
Woodbury Central, Moville 20, Lawton-Bronson 19
Woodward Academy 33, Madrid 24
Woodward-Granger 49, Earlham 14

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DES MOINES-AREA HIGHLIGHTS / STATS

Stats and highlights from other Class 4-A Western Division games

PANORAMA 34, DES MOINES CHRISTIAN 0

Panora, Ia. — Garrett Mleynek accounted for three touchdowns in Panorama’s win.Mleynek ran for a game-high 139 yards and two touchdowns. The quarterback also passed for 50 yards, including a 22-yard score.Tyler Hein rushed for 90 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers.
Des Moines Christian 0 0 0 0 — 0
Panorama 0 26 8 0 — 34

P–Cobb 22 pass from Mleynek (kick failed)
P–Mleynek 52 run (pass failed)
P–Mleynek 35 run (McNeill pass from Mleynek)
P–Hein 4 run (pass failed)
P–Hein 2 run (Hennen pass from Mleynek)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Panorama: Hein 18-90, Mleynek 11-139; Des Moines Christian: Sheely 10-43, Webster 1-25.
Passing–Panorama: Mleynek 5-12-0-50; Des Moines Christian: Burkett 8-21-0-91.
Receiving–Panorama: McNeill 2-25; Des Moines Christian: Bruxvoort 2-17.

OGDEN 28, PELLA CHRISTIAN 14

Ogden, Ia. — Cayce Good ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns and had 30 passing yards for Ogden. Jonathon Thompson added 71 rushing yards on 14 carries for the Bulldogs, which used a 21-point second quarter to create some breathing room.
Colten Collins had 151 passing yards for Pella Christian
Pella Christian 0 0 7 7 — 14
Odgen 0 21 0 7 — 28

O: Good 3 run (Wheelock kick)
O: Fry 13 run (Wheelock kick)
O: Good 3 run (Wheelock kick)
PC: Kooten 29 run (Brouwer kick)
O: Haglund 11 run (Wheelock kick)
PC: Riggen 41 from Collins (Brouwer kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–PC: Howerzyl 20-59, Van Kooten 10-34; O: Good 21-135, Thompson 14-71.
Passing–PC: Collins 8-18-1-151; O: Fry 8-17-0-73.
Receiving–PC: Riggen 4-88, Van Kooten 2-47; O: Good 4-30.

COLLINS-MAXWELL (BAXTER) 42, I-35 (TRURO) 22

Truro, Ia. — Zach Huffaker ran for 224 yards and had 64 more through the air, totaling five touchdowns in CMB’s victory. The Raiders had 35 first-half points, all coming on Huffaker’s scores.
Collins-Maxwell (Baxter) 14 21 0 7 — 42
I-35 (Truro) 0 14 0 8 — 22

C– Huffaker 1 run (Niffen kick)
C– Huffaker 26 run (Niffen kick)
C– Huffaker 13 run (Niffen kick)
C– Huffaker 40 run (Niffen kick)
I– Vogel 8 rush (2 point failed)
C– Huffaker 51 run (Niffen kck)
I– Lester 19 pass from Goering (Lester pass from Goering)
C– Moorman 22 pass from Samson (Niffen kick)
I– Punt Return Vogel 73 (Lester pass from Goering)
Individual Leaders
Rushing– Collins-Maxwell (Baxter): Huffaker 18-224, Schabillion 9-40, Samson 6-33; I-35 (Truro): Vogel 15-127, Middleton 16-78, Young 3-8
Passing– Collins-Maxwell (Baxter): Samson 13-22-0-142; I-35 (Truro): Goering 6-11-3-71
Receiving– Collins-Maxwell (Baxter): Huffaker 5-64, Moorman 4-44, Coughenhour 2-17; I-35 (Truro): Vogel 4-42, Lester 2-29

CARLISLE 34, KNOXVILLE 13

Knoxville, Ia. — The Wildcats moved to .500 thanks to 197 yards rushing and three touchdowns by senior Daniel Hupke in Carlisle’s first road win of the season. Knoxville got within a score after a pair of touchdowns by Colton Spaur, but Hupke scored twice in the fourth.
Carlisle 14 6 0 14 — 34
Knoxville 0 7 6 0 — 13

C–McMullen 2 run (Fuentes kick)
C–Hupke 11 run (Fuentes kick)
C–Casey 8 pass from Hagedorn (kick failed)
K–Spaur 2 run (Dunkin kick)
K–Spaur 7 run (kick failed)
C–Hupke 5 run (Fuentes kick)
C–Hupke 4 run (Fuentes kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Carlisle: Hupke 27-197, McMullen 13-64, Hagedorn 8-42; Knoxville: Spaur 15-67, Long 5-20, Dunkin 4-18.
Passing–Carlisle: Hagedorn 4-9-0-22; Knoxville: Davis 8-16-1-49, Dunkin 1-1-0-44.
Receiving–Carlisle: Casey 1-9, Erb 1-9; Knoxville: Glober 1-44, Douglas 3-24.

NEWTON 17, DALLAS CENTER-GRIMES 7

Newton Ia. — Newton quarterback Tyler Wood passed for 205 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Colin Reynolds.
Reynolds finished with 11 receptions for 184 yards.
Dallas Center-Grimes quarterback Andrew Kramer passed for 120 yards. Chaz Chambers scored the Mustangs’ lone touchdown with a 27-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Dallas Center-Grimes 0 0 0 7 — 7
Newton 14 3 0 0 — 17

N–Reynolds 21 pass from Wood (Easley kick)
N–Reynolds 24 pass from Wood (Easley kick)
N–FG 26 Easley
D–Chambers 27 run (Lortz kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Dallas Center-Grimes: Chambers 14-80, Hansen 10-41; Newton: Hills 8-31.
Passing–Dallas Center-Grimes: Kramer 9-20-120; Newton: Wood 16-32-205.
Receiving–Dallas Center-Grimes: Schroeder: 3-77; Newton: Reynolds 11-184.

MOUNT AYR 25, VAN METER 13

Mount Ayr, Ia. — Fifth-ranked Mount Ayr remained undefeated, getting four touchdowns from quarterback Jacob Sobotka and forcing five Van Meter turnovers. The 1-A District 7 win came after Mount Ayr broke a halftime tie and racked up 470 yards of total offense.
Van Meter 7 6 0 0 — 13
Mount Ayr 7 6 6 6 — 25

VM–Bottenfield 52 interception return (Gordon kick)
MA–Poore 24 pass from Sobotka (Paxson kick)
MA–Sobotka 14 run (kick failed)
VM–Brittain 5 run (kick failed)
MA–Sobotka 66 run (kick failed)
MA–Sobotka 11 run (pass failed)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Van Meter: Brittain 14-51, Blackwell 14-30, Green 3-8; Mount Ayr: Sobotka 20-155, Freed 11-108, Stackhouse 6-42.
Passing–Van Meter: Brittain 8-18-2-136; Mount Ayr: Sobotka 10-16-1 115.
Receiving–Van Meter: Helmick 1-45, Blackwell 4-43, Flaherty 2-33; Mount Ayr: Freed 4-55, Poore 3-46, Sickels 1-13.

BONDURANT-FARRAR 58, CLARKE (OSCEOLA) 0

Osceola, Ia. — Colton Halder scored four touchdowns and had 258 rushing yards as Bondurant-Farrar shut out Clarke of Osceola. Patrek Rooney scored a touchdown for the Bluejays off a 25-yard interception return.
Bondurant-Farrar 6 31 14 7 — 58
Clarke (Osceola) 0 0 0 0 — 0

B–Halder 38 run (kick failed)
B–Block 17 run (Stafford kick)
B–Rooney 25 interception return (Stafford kick)
B–Halder 56 run (Halder run)
B–Halder 12 run (Halder run)
B–Halder 12 run (Stafford kick)
B–Moeller 25 pass from Block (Stafford kick)
B–Fuller 11 run (Stafford kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Bondurant-Farrar: Halder 21-258, Block 4-34; Clarke: Jones 7-23
Passing–Bondurant-Farrar: Block 7-13-0-162; Clarke: Wilkins11-23-4-173
Receiving–Bondurant-Farrar: Rooney 1-70, Moeller 1-25; Clarke: Diveney 6-125

GRINNELL 76, SAYDEL 8

Grinnell junior quarterback Eli Dunne was 13-of-15 passing for 227 yards, and the Tigers routed Saydel with 48 first-quarter points.
Grinnell 48 14 7 7 — 76
Saydel 0 0 0 8 — 8

Individual Leaders
Rushing–Grinnell: Lidtka 4-41; Saydel: Freeman 14-94.
Passing–Grinnell: Dunne 13-15-0-227; Saydel: Sommers 1-5-0-7
Receiving–Grinnell: Mertens 3-94; Saydel: McBride 1-7

ATLANTIC 28, ADM (ADEL) 27

Atlantic, Ia. — Atlantic passed for a two-point conversion to upset No. 6 ADM of Adel, overcoming a huge night from running back Jordan Grove.
Quarterback Harrison Hoegh had 379 yards passing, good enough to top 360 yards of offense on 43 touches by Grove. The Tigers missed a late field goal try and dropped from the ranks of the unbeaten.
Sam Markham had 182 yards receiving for the Trojans, including a 53-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter after a scoreless first frame. Atlantic improved to 4-2.
ADM (Adel) 0 6 14 7 — 27
Atlantic 0 14 6 8 — 28

Individual Leaders
Rushing–ADM: Grove 41-313, Herrick 9-23; Atlantic: Dvoark 11-34.
Passing–ADM: Herrick 9-18-2-171; Atlantic: Hoegh 20-29-0-379.
Receiving–ADM: Jensen 2-80, Grove 2-47, Plagman 2-25; Atlantic: Markham 8-182, Franken 3-82, Christiansen 4-61.

NORWALK 37, WINTERSET 22

WINTERSET, Ia. Koby Greenslade scored two touchdowns in the second quarter for Norwalk, one on a 38-yard pass from Chase Onken and the other on a 45-yard interception return. Keaton Klocko also scored two touchdowns for the Warriors with 133 rushing yards. Norwalk stayed unbeaten at 6-0 and hosts Pella next week.
Norwalk 7 23 0 7 — 37
Winterset 14 0 2 6 — 22

W–Kaldenberg 17 run (Coffman kick)
W–Kaldenberg 45 run (Coffman kick)
N–Scott 71 pass from Onken (Obley kick)
N–Greenslade 38 pass from Onken (Obley kick)
N–Greenslade 45 interception return (Obley kick)
N–Safety
N–Klocko 65 run (Obley kick)
W–Safety
W–Caudle 11 pass from Briney (kick failed)
N–Klocko 5 run (Obley kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Norwalk: Klocko 24-133; Winterset: Kaldenberg 32-225
Passing–Norwalk: Onken 4-11-2-140; Winterset: Briney 12-31-3-106
Receiving–Norwalk: Scott 2-99; Winterset: Nolan 2-36, Kaldenberg 4-27, Gilliand 4-20

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