CIML football roundup: Valley puts up 88 points, most in 4-A since 1969

CIML football roundup: Valley puts up 88 points, most in 4-A since 1969

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CIML football roundup: Valley puts up 88 points, most in 4-A since 1969

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Valley 88, C.B. Thomas Jefferson 0
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Ia. — Valley shut out Thomas Jefferson while scoring the most points by a 4-A school since Waterloo East scored 98 points on Newton in 1969.
Valley ran 17 plays in the first half and nine were for touchdowns. Tyus Mason scored three touchdowns for the Tigers with 85 rushing yards.
Valley is 6-2 for the season and will play at Sioux City East on Friday.
Valley 27 40 7 14 — 88
C.B. Thomas Jefferson 0 0 0 0 — 0
V–Mason 60 run (Dougherty kick)
V–Mason 15 run (kick failed)
V–Mason 28o pass from LaGrone (Dougherty kick)
V–Bell 1 run (Dougherty kick)
V–Gray 4 run (Dougherty kick)
V–Dafney 14 pass from LaGrone (Dougherty kick)
V–Christiansen 22 run (Dougherty kick)
V–Honnold 35 pass interception (Dougherty kick)
V–Gray 4 run (kick failed)
V–Turner 6 run (kick failed)
V–Turner 3 run (Espinosa kick)
V–Malone 13 run (Espinosa kick)
V–Clarke 1 run (Espinosa kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Valley: Mason 4-85, Christiansen 5-54, Malone 4-61; C.B. Thomas Jefferson: Meyer 9-23
Passing–Valley: LaGrone 5-6-90-0; C.B. Thomas Jefferson: Wallace 3-12-13-2
Receiving–Valley: Salsbury 2-36, Dafney 2-26, Mason 1-28; C.B. Thomas Jefferson: Kopera 2-7, Gregory 3-16
Ankeny 28, Fort Dodge 14
FORT DODGE, Ia. — P.J. Carey helped Ankeny win its third game of the season with two touchdowns and 98 receiving yards.
Hawks junior Riley Newberg ran for 66 yards.
Sam Cooke scored for Fort Dodge in the first quarter and carried 33 times for 152 yards.
Ankeny 0 14 14 0 — 28
Fort Dodge 7 0 0 7 — 14
FD–Cook 3 run (Schwendemann kick)
A–Carey 77 pass from Whitaker (Parrish kick)
A–Carey 21 pass from Whitaker (Parrish kick)
A–Lenzini 44 pass from Whitaker (Parrish kick)
A–Whitaker 26 run (Parrish kick)
FD–Barber 3 pass from Stover (Schwendemann kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Ankeny: Newberg 8-66, Whitaker 11-63; Fort Dodge: Cook 33-152, Stover 9-7
Passing–Ankeny: Whitaker 4-4-142-0; Fort Dodge: Stover 14-25-130-0
Receiving–Ankeny: Carey 2-98, Lenzini 1-44; Fort Dodge: Halligan 4-41, Barber 4-27
Ankeny Centennial 31, Ottumwa 29
ANKENY, Ia. — Stuffing visiting Ottumwa on a game-tying two-point conversion secured a victory for the Jaguars (5-3, 3-1).
Trailing 28-10 in the second half, the Bulldogs (3-5, 1-3) rallied with Isaiah Cox’s rushes but were stopped with 4:44 remaining from tying the game at 31.
Isaiah Kramme and Marshall Clark each rushed for over 100 yards for Ankeny Centennial, which finished with 394 rushing yards as a team.
Ottumwa 7 3 6 13 — 29
Ankeny Cent. 7 0 21 3 — 31
AC–Kramme 11 run (Naylor kick)
O–Bowling 75 pass from Howard (Vonderhaar)
O–FG 28 Vonderhaar
AC–Dobesh 2 run (Naylor kick)
AC–Kramme 42 run (Naylor kick)
AC–Clark 65 run (Naylor kick)
O–Altfillisch 5 run (run failed)
O–Cox 21 run (Vonderhaar kick)
AC–FG 41 Naylor
O–Cox 71 run (run failed)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Ottumwa: Cox 17-144, Hutchinson 8-47; Ankeny Centennial: Clark 11-158, Kramme 14-111.
Passing–Ottumwa: Howard 5-13-2-124; Ankeny Centennial: Kramme 4-7-0-75.
Receiving–Ottumwa: Bowling 4-122; Ankeny Centennial: Lynn 1-46, Jones 1-14.
Sioux City West 17, D.M. East 14
Jesse Mondragon’s 30-yard field goal with less than 10 seconds left booted the Wolverines (2-6, 2-2) to victory at Williams Stadium.
East tied the game in the third quarter with an 80-yard touchdown run from Brandon Trotter, but couldn’t stop the late drive and kick.
The Scarlets (1-7, 0-4) were just 5-of-22 passing in their home finale.
S.C. West 0 6 8 3 — 17
D.M. East 7 0 7 0 — 14
E–Owen-Dorsey 8 pass from Alcala (Dawson kick)
SCW–McWell 8 run (kick failed)
SCW–Hill 68 pass from Uriquidi (run good)
E–Trotter 80 run (Dawson kick)
SCW–FG 30 Mondragon
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Sioux City West: N/A; D.M. East: Hatchett 9-61, Alcala 13-57, Teah 4-37.
Passing–Sioux City West: N/A; D.M. East: Alcala 5-22-2-100.
Receiving–Sioux City West: N/A; D.M. East: Hatchett 1-71, Quinn 1-23, Owen-Dorsey 1-8.
Urbandale 51, Indianola 20
INDIANOLA, Ia. — Urbandale scored 28 points in the fourth quarter to cement a win against Indianola.
J-Hawks senior Allen Lazard caught six passes for 110 yards. Abdul Mansaray ran for 59 yards and two touchdowns.
Austin Dittmer scored a touchdown for Indianola in the fourth and had 99 receiving yards.
Urbandale 14 9 0 28 — 51
Indianola 7 6 0 7 — 20
I–C. Bunting 2 run (Jensen kick)
U–Lazard 5 pass from Augustine (Conrey kick)
U–Lazard 27 pass from Augustine (Conrey kick)
U–Stewart 58 run (kick failed)
I–Jensen 30 FG
I–Jensen 36 FG
U–Steen 39 FG
U–A. Mansaray 1 run (Conrey kick)
I–Dittmer 23 pass from Bunting (Jensen kick)
U–A. Mansaray 26 run (Conrey kick)
U–Lazard 16 pass from Augustine (Conrey kick)
U–Grau 29 punt return (Steen kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Urbandale: A. Mansaray 6-59, Stewart 5-94, Augustine 10-48; Indianola: C. Bunting 31-145, T. Bunting 14-11.
Passing–Urbandale: Augustine 14-24-178-0; Indianola: T. Bunting 13-24-146-0.
Receiving–Urbandale: Lazard 6-110; Indianola: Dittmer 7-99, Hohneke 4-23.
Dowling Catholic 62, Hoover 7
WEST DES MOINES, Ia. — Junior quarterback Ryan Boyle’s three touchdown passes and two rushing touchdowns allowed the top-ranked Maroons to cruise at Valley Stadium.
All three touchdown passes were 50 yards are longer, with senior Rico Gafford catching a pair.
Hoover quarterback Brock Larsen threw for 260 yards, but the Huskies (3-5, 1-3) were held to one score for the second straight week.
Hoover 0 0 0 7 — 7
Dowling 14 24 10 14 — 62
DC–Boyle 15 run (McLellan kick)
DC–Boyle 17 run (McLellann kick)
DC–Gafford 50 pass from Boyle (McLellan kick)
DC–FG 26 McLellan
DC–Dowell 10 run (McLellan kick)
DC–Gafford 51 pass from Boyle (McLellan kick)
DC–Magruder 52 pass from Boyle (McLellan kick)
DC–FG 37 McLellan
H–Thedford 47 pass from Larsen (Gonzalez kick)
DC–Wilson 6 run (McLellan kick)
DC–Treinen 18 run (McLellan kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Hoover: Farley 7-17, Swessinger 1-14; Dowling: Treinen 10-84, Boyle 9-59, Dowell 10-38.
Passing–Hoover: Larsen 18-31-1-260; Dowling: Boyle 12-18-0-286, Wilson 3-4-0-37.
Receiving–Hoover: Thedford 4-115, Snider 5-80, Blackford 5-36; Dowling: Gafford 3-100, Magruder 3-72, Steenblock 3-48.
Johnston 66, North 12
Hezekiah Applegate pounced on a fumble in the end zone during Johnston’s 42-6 second quarter. Clayton Holcomb returned a fumble 20 yards for another score.
Jared Seay and Jordan Weddington combined to rush for 296 yards and four touchdowns.
North’s Shymere Williams returned a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown. It was his second kickoff return of the season for a score.
Johnston 14 42 10 0 — 66
D.M. North 6 6 0 0 — 12
J-Seay 82 run (Lashier kick)
N-Williams 20 run (kick failed)
J-Seay 51 run (Lashier kick)
J-Weddington 5 run (Lashier kick)
J-Applegate fumble recovery in end zone (Lashier kick)
N-Williams 96 kickoff return (kick failed)
J-Weddington 5 run (Lashier kick)
J-Sinnett 4 run (Zinselmeier kick)
J-Collison 7 run (Zinselmeier kick)
J-White 17 run (Zinselmeier kick)
J-FG Zinselmeier 29
J-Holcomb 20 fumble return (Zinselmeier kick)
Individual Leaders
Rushing–Johnston: Seay 6-170, Weddington 14-126, Patrick 9-49; North: S.Williams 9-20, Davenport 14-20.
Passing–Johnston: Mahanna 2-5-0-15; North: Davenport 8-25-0-111.
Receiving–Johnston: Stitzell 1-29; North: S.Williams 4-86, Turner 2-10.
Ames 52, S.C. North 42
SIOUX CITY, Ia. — Ames rallied from a 26-24 halftime deficit to improve to 8-0 this season.
The No. 3 Little Cyclones host Johnston next week to try to close the regular season unbeaten.
Marshalltown 16, Mason City 13
MARSHALLTOWN, Ia. — Dylan Diveney threw two touchdown passes and the Bobcats intercepted four passes.
Austin Kluver caught a 26-yard touchdown pass, booted a 37-yard field goal and kicked an extra point.
S.C. East 42, Lincoln 0
East scored three first-quarter touchdowns.
Lincoln was shut out for the first time.
Note: Statistics from some games were not provided to the Register.

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