Eagle Grove 42, Ogden 20
EAGLE GROVE - The Eagle Grove football put on a show in its Homecoming contest, knocking off Ogden 42-20.
Vinnie Whipple was the groundhog for the Eagles (5-2 overall, 3-2 district), rushing for 263 yards on 12 carries and two touchdowns. He scored from 80 yards and 34 yards.
Austin Rutherford rushed for 172 yards on 20 carries.
Andy Bell ran for 140 yards on 16 carries and two scores. He reached paydirt from 10 and 27 yards. Bell also threw a 65-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Johnson. Johnson also had an interception.
Bell threw for 89 yards and Johnson had two catches for 68 yards. Logan Wieth had a three-yard touchdown run.
The Eagles rushed for 584 yards on 53 carries, for an 11-yard average per carry.
Eagle Grove is back in action next Friday as they head to Gladbrook-Reinbeck.
Prairie Valley 74, Westwood 0
WESTWOOD - It was an easy, relaxing, 74-0 victory for Prairie Valley as they cruised past Westwood in front of their home crowd on Friday night.
Caden Duncan led Prairie Valley (4-3 overall, 3-2 district) with 174 yards on seven totes, finding the endzone twice. Josh Dyer also had two touchdowns, running for 49 yards on four carries.
Nate Schill was 3-for-3 passing for 96 yards, with Tanner Lawman catching two of those passes for 77 yards and a touchdown.
The Warriors will be back home next Friday as they face off against Hinton.
Newell-Fonda 84, Whiting 8
NEWELL - Nate Boevers ran back the opening kickoff 68 yards to paydirt, and just like that the rout was on, as Newell-Fonda dismantled Whiting, 84-8.
Boevers also returned a punt for a touchdown and caught two passes to total his four touchdowns on the night in the lopsided district battle.
Zak Sievers went 3-for-3 passing for 101 yards and three touchdowns and Alan Gerdes led the rushing attack with 143 yards on eight totes for two scores.
The Mustangs (6-1 overall, 4-1 district) , who will be on the road against River Valley next Friday, forced six turnovers in the game, including five picks.
Bishop Garrigan 41, Southeast Webster-Grand 0
ALGONA - Bishop-Garrigan put on an offensive display and cruised to a 41-0 victory over Southeast Webster-Grand on Friday night.
Scoring all six touchddowns in the first three quarters, the Golden Bears (5-2 overall, 3-0 district) were able to ease up in the fourth and still earn the shutout win over the Eagles (0-7, 0-3).
Grant Reding carried the ball three times for 84 yards and two touchdowns and Kevin Elbert completed one pass, which was a 59-yard touchdown strike to Zach Keith in the first quarter. Keith also returned a punt 55 yards to paydirt in the first.
The Golden Bears will be back in action next Friday, as they travel to West-Hancock. The Eagles will be back at home as they host Northwood-Kensett.
South?Central Calhoun 55,?MVAO 0
MAPLETON - It was South Central Calhoun's night, as they did just about everything right in a dominating 55-0 win over MV-A-O last night.
The Titans (7-0 overall, 5-0 in district) stayed perfect on the year behind a balanced offensive attack and an impenetrable defense. Bryce Dooley found his way into the end zone twice, as Jacob Simpson and Kyler case led the rushing attack with 52 and 55 yards, respectively.
Alex Anderson went 4-for- passing, throwing for 122 yards, while Kole Dudley caught a 21 yard touchdown pass.
Justin Schultz led the defense with nine tackles, and Cole Blair came up big on special teams with a blocked punt.
The Titans will be back home next Friday when they host Cherokee.
Ruthven-Ayrshire 51, Laurens-Marathon 50
LAURENS - It was Remsen St. Mary's who would have the last laugh, scoring the final touchdown late in the fourth quarter in a 51-50 shootout with Laurens Marathon.
Alex Runneberg led the Chargers (3-4, 2-3) completing 20 of his 35 passing attempts for 319 yards and five touchdowns, also finding his way into the endzone with his legs once. Ten of those passes found their way into Austin Stumbo's arms, totaling 234 yards and four recieving touchdowns. Bryce Maschino also had a solid night, catching eight for 71 yards.
Kolby Joynt carried the ball four times for 65 yards and a touchdown, while Evan Johnson led the defense with 13 tackles. It was a constant back and forth scorefest, as the halftime total was 29-28, and the two teams combined for almost 900 yards.
Lauren's Marathon will be back in action next Friday as they host Remsen Union.
North?Sentral Kossuth 55, Rutvhen-Ayrshire 11
NORTH KOSSUTH - North Sentral Kossuth was too much for Ruthven-Ayrshire to handle last night as they picked up their fourth victory of the year by a score of 55-11.
Jordan Ricke led the Eagles (4-3 overall, 3-2 district) with six touchdowns. Four of those came from his 123 yard rushing performance on 20 totes, while the other two came on special teams, running back a kickoff and a punt to score.
Heath Bernhard made up the other scoring, as he rushed for two touchdowns and 78 yards on 17 carries.
The Eagles will travel to West-Bend Mallard.
Clear Lake 35, Webster City 0
WEBSTER CITY - It was a painful way to celebrate their Homecoming night, as No. 10 Webster City (6-1, 4-1) let the second quarter get out of hand before eventually losing to No. 3 Clear Lake, 35-0.
Both squads were undefeated coming into the contest, but a 21 point second quarter for the Lions (7-0 overall, 5-0 district) kept their 30 game win streak of regular season games going and dashed any hopes the Lynx had of keeping their perfect season alive.
Keagan Parks led the Lynx (6-1, 4-1) with 127 yards rushing on 25 carries, but the strong defensive effort from the Lions shut down everything else. Clear Lake had six sacks on the night, and picked off one pass.
Webster City will be on the road next Friday as they head to Algona.
Clarion-Goldfield 28, Central Springs 6
CENTRAL SPRINGS -The Clarion-Goldfield football team picked up a 28-6 victory over Central Springs on Friday night.
The Cowboys (5-2 overall, 4-1 district) had four rushing touchdowns on the night.
Dominic Brandt and Ben Torres had 85 yards rushing each on the night. Brandt had a one-yard score and Torres scored from 15 yards out.
Corey O'Connor had 67 yards and touchdown runs of 22 and five yards.
IKM-Manning 37, Manson Northwest Webster 18
MANSON - Manson Northwest Webster couldn't get past IKM-Manning on Friday night, dropping a 37-18 decision.
Tucker Herzberg was 22-for-30 passing for 298 yards and one touchdown. Herzberg threw a 36-yard touchdown strike to Cameron Taylor.
Taylor caught 11 balls for 134 yards.
Ronnie Allbee had a one-yard touchdown run and Chris Stuhrenberg kicked a 27-yard field goal for the Cougars.