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Prep football roundup

Week 8 report

October 15, 2011
By The Messenger Sports staff

WB-M still perfect

SWEA CITY - West Bend-Mallard kept its perfect season intact here Friday, pounding District 2 rival North Sentral Kossuth, 60-12.

The No. 4 (8-Man) Wolverines (8-0 overall, 5-0 in the district) accumlated 417 yards of total offense, while limiting the Eagles (1-6, 1-4) to just 138.

Dual-threat senior signal-caller Mitch Bonnstetter ignited WB-M once again with 153 yards rushing and four scores on 15 totes. Bonnstetter also went 7 of 12 through the air for 162 yards and a touchdown.

Dan Eubank ran five times for 60 yards and reached the endzone twice as well for the Wolverines.

Anchoring the WB-M defensive unit were Nathan Grimm, Logan Streit, Dustin Johnson and Matt Goeders. Johnson returned an interception 16 yards for a score.

Cowboys top WC

WATERLOO - The Clarion-Goldfield football team clinched a winning season here Friday, earning a 35-14 victory over Waterloo Columbus.

Semior Wyatt Sann led the way for the Cowboys (5-3 overall, 4-2 in the district) offensively with 225 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Dominic Brandt also delivered 169 yards and a pair of scores for Clarion-Goldfield, while Jake Haberman found the endzone once as well.

The Cowboys finished with 454 yards on the ground.

The Sailors fall to 2-6.

Prairie Valley topples Hinton

HINTON - The Prairie Valley football team earned a 27-12 victory over Hinton on Friday night.

Matthew Streit led the ground attack with 107 yards on 21 carries and three scores. Streit scored from one, one and two yards out.

Mason Gordon had 93 yards on 28 carries and had a 10-yard touchdown.

Brandon Fiala and Nathan Taylor had seven tackles each.

Eagle Grove falls to Rebels

EAGLE GROVE -The Eagle Grove football team dropped a 38-21 decision to Gladbrook-Reinbeck in Class 1A, District 4 play here Friday night.

Despite the loss, junior quarterback Brandon Johnson rushed for a career-high 237 yards for the Eagles (4-4 overall, 3-3 in the district), including an 89-yard scamper to paydirt. Johnson also went 7 of 18 through the air for 94 yards and two touchdowns. Jake Wilde and Logan Wieth hauled in scoring receptions from 28 and 32 yards out, respectively, for Eagle Grove.

The Eagles, who finished with 417 yards of total offense, were led defensively by Lars Boyd (interception).

Gladbrook-Reinbeck improved to 7-1 and 5-1 with the victory.

Lynx roll at home

WEBSTER CITY - No. 4 (Class 3A) Webster City rebounded with a vengeance here Friday night, whipping District 3 foe Algona, 55-21.

Keagan Parks, a senior, powered the Lynx (7-1 overall, 5-1 in district) offensively with 251 yards and five touchdowns on the ground. Parks delivered scoring jaunts of 1, 68, 1, 9 and 6. He has now rushed for an even 3,000 yards and found paydirt 44 times during his varsity career, becoming just the third player in school history to reach the 3,000-yard barrier.

Jonny Davis ran 12 times for 98 yards and a score last night as well for Webster City. Davis also hit on 7 of 8 passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns, including endzone strikes of 33 and 21 yards to Caleb Crouthamel.

The Lynx registered 538 yards of total offense in the game compared to just 262 for the Bulldogs (1-7, 1-5).

Algona's Sawyer Frideres accounted for a team-high 77 yards rushing on 12 totes. Quarterback Derek Person was 9-for-13 through the air for 110 yards and a pair of scores.

N-F racks up 83 points

NEWELL - Sixth-ranked (8-Man) Newell-Fonda proved to be an unstoppable force here Friday, trouncing River Valley in District 1 play, 83-6.

Junior Rigo Johnson shined for the unbeaten Mustangs (8-0 overall, 6-0 in district) with 191 yards rushing on just seven attempts. Johnson found the endzone from 64 and 55 yards out.

Jonathan Johnson also gained 106 yards and three scores for Newell-Fonda, while Brady Bohe chipped in 84 yards of his own.

The Mustangs compiled 557 yards of total offense, including 488 on the ground.

Defensively, Newell-Fonda forced eight turnovers - six interceptions and two fumble recoveries - and held the Wolverines (4-5, 2-4) to only 138 yards. Jonathan Johnson recorded three of the picks for the Mustangs.

SCC hangs 50 on Braves

CHEROKEE - No. 10 (Class 2A) South Central Calhoun had no problems with District 2 foe Cherokee here Friday night, posting a lopsided 50-6 victory.

The Titans (7-1 overall, 4-1 in the league) racked up 481 yards of total offense - with 407 coming on the ground.

Austin Blair, a senior, sparked SCC with 139 yards rushing and a pair of touchdowns on 12 carries.

Kirby Vogel (8 attempts, 98 yards) and Kyler Case (6-79) were the other top offensive performers for the Titans. Case delivered two scores of his own, while Tanner Toms reached paydirt once as well.

Quarterback Nathan Christensen of SCC also completed 4 of 5 passes for 60 yards, including a 33-yard endzone strike to Vogel.

Defensively, the stingy Titans held the Braves (2-7, 2-4) to just 146 yards of total offense.

Indians edged by Rebels

SIOUX RAPIDS - Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer suffered another heartbreaker here Friday, falling to Sioux Central by a narrow 14-13 count.

The Rebels (5-3 overall, 3-3 in the district) scored the game-winning points in the final minute.

Luke Sommerlot, a senior, provided a bright spot for the Indians (2-6, 2-4) with 134 yards rushing and a touchdown on 30 carries.

Logan Jepsen also returned a fumble 42 yards to the endzone for PA/P-P.

On the defensive side of the ball, the Indians received 15 tackles from Sommerlot and 12 stops, an interception, forced fumble and fumble recovery from Austin Behrendsen.

Cougars fall to Ridge View

MANSON - Manson Northwest Webster suffered its first league loss of the season, dropping a 32-29 decision to Ridge View on Friday night.

Chris Stuhrenberg led the Cougars (7-2 overall, 5-1 league) with 170 yards on 21 carries. Stuhrenberg scored on a 28-yard touchdown run and kicked a 23-yard field goal.

Jesse Partlow had a 14-yard rushing touchdown and Brody Eischeid returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown.

Tucker Herzberg threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Schreir.