951 The Bull Sports Report (10/24)

The Iowa High School Athletic Association wrapped up its 2016 football regular season on Friday night.  In a game heard right here on 951 The Bull on Friday night, the New Hampton Chickasaw football team hosted Clear Lake.  The Chickasaws were led offensively by senior Keaton Geerts who rushed the ball for 226 yards and had all three touchdowns and scored the lone two-point conversion for New Hampton.  Senior quarterback Carter Stochl had a productive night throwing the football as well as he completed ten passes for 104 yards.  The Chickasaws had six tackles for loss and held Clear Lake under 200 yards of total offense.  Friday night’s win clinched a playoff berth for New Hampton as they finished the season 8-1 overall and 6-1 in Class 2A District 2.  The Chickasaws have a tough draw for their first round game as they will play at top-ranked North Fayette Valley this Friday night.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky football team was at West Hancock for their final game of the season on Friday night.  The Huskies struggled on offense as they failed to gain 100 yards of total offense and the Nashua defense could not stop the West Hancock rushing attack and were shut out 63-0.  Nashua football finished their 2016 season with an overall record of 3-6 and they went 2-5 in Class A District 3.

The Turkey Valley Trojan football team was able to complete an undefeated regular season as they were able to defeat Janesville on Friday night 60-18.  Senior quarterback Cody Hackman accounted for seven touchdowns on Friday night as he threw for four touchdowns and ran for three more.  Hackman finished the night with 211 passing yards and 47 rushing yards.  Evan Busta and Walker Liebold each caught two touchdown passes and Ethan Liebold had a one-yard TD run.  With the win, the Trojans finished their season with a 9-0 overall record and a 6-0 record in 8-man District 2.  The Trojans will host Don Bosco this Friday night in the opening round of the playoffs.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar football team was defeated by Lake Mills on Friday night in their final game of the 2016 season by a score of 26-12.  The Cougars were 3-6 overall this season and finished with a Class 1A District 2 record of 3-4.

The South Winneshiek Warrior football team clinched a playoff berth on Friday night as they were able to beat Belmond-Klemme in a Class 1A District 2 match-up 31-11.  Rodney Schwartzhoff had 345 yards rushing and scored three touchdowns Manning Kuboushek had the other touchdown which was a five yard score.  The Warriors finished their season with an overall record of 7-2 and they had a District record of 6-1.  South Winn will have a road playoff game this Friday night at Bellevue.

The North Fayette Valley Tiger-Hawk football team capped off an undefeated regular season on Friday night with a 34-16 home win over Waukon.  Tanner Kuhens rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns and Tate Hovden threw a 70 yard touchdown pass to Kuhens and ran for another.  Josh Guenther had a 25-yard interception return for a touchdown to finish the scoring for North Fayette.  The Tiger-Hawks finished their regular season at 9-0 overall and went 7-0 in Class 2A District 2.  They will host New Hampton this Friday night in the opening round of the Class 2A playoffs.

The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union will continue its 2016 Regional Tournaments tonight with Classes 1A and 2A holding their quarterfinal matches.  The Turkey Valley Trojan volleyball team will be at Tripoli tonight for a Class 1A Region 6 Quarterfinal.  The Trojans are 9-21 overall this season while Tripoli comes in ranked sixth and are 14-18.  First serve is scheduled for 7pm.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougar volleyball team will host a Class 2A Region 7 Quarterfinal tonight against Maquoketa Valley.  The Cougars are 30-5 overall this season and ranked fourth in Class 2A while Maquoketa Valley comes in with a record of 14-12.  First serve will be at 7pm.

The South Winneshiek Warrior volleyball team will host MFL-Mar-Mac tonight in a Class 2A Region 6 Quarterfinal.  The Warriors are 15-22 this season and MFL-Mar-Mac comes in at 6-18.  First serve for this match will also be at 7pm.