FNL: Chickasaws Lose Heart Breaker, South Winn Falls By A Point

Crestwood 27, New Hampton 21

The New Hampton Chickasaws lost a heartbreaker to the Crestwood Cadets Friday night.  After a lightning delay, the Chickasaws and Cadets battled to overtime where Crestwood held the upperhand, 27-21.  Running back Tristan Sweitzer ran for 123 yards on 38 carries and one score. Wyatt Stochl threw two scores to Mason Cleveland.  New Hampton falls to 2-5 and travels to Clear Lake Friday.

Central Springs 20, Nashua-Plainfield 0

The Nashua-Plainfield Huskies fall to 0-7 on the season with a 20-0 blanking at the hands of Central Springs.  John Krull netted 60 yards on 16 carries and quarterback Michael Stille completed two passes for 15 yards. The Huskies are at Starmont Friday.

Turkey Valley 52, West Central 6

The Turkey Valley Trojans picked up their sixth win of the season Friday thumping West Central 52-6 on Homecoming. Eli Reicks ran for 106 yards on seven carris for two touchdowns.  Elliot Dietzenbach, Eylan Elsbernd and Marcus Herold each ran for a score and combined for 140 yards. The Trojans travel to Easton Valley Friday.

Saint Ansgar 40, South Winneshiek 39

South Winneshiek dropped a one-point game to ninth-ranked Saint Ansgar Friday night.  Quarterback Jacob Herold threw for 33 of 42 for 442 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.  Cole Klimesh grabbed 189 yards receiving on 11 receptions. Levi Lukes, Noah Tieskoetter, and Collin Wiltgen all had receiving touchdowns and combined for 227 receiving yards.  The Warriors are at Central Springs Friday.

North Fayette Valley 24, Oelweini 6

The North Fayette Valley Tiger-Hawks rebounded with a 24-6 win over Oelwein on Friday.  The Tiger-Hawks used a balanced rushing attack to run over the Huskies. Mach Whelan, Gunner Rodgers, Liam McIntyre, and Kole Johnson all had touchdowns and combined for 271 yards.  The Tiger-Hawks are 3-4 and host Waterloo Columbus Catholic Friday.

Iowa 48, Minnesota 31

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz is not sure who will start at middle linebacker when the Hawkeyes visit Indiana. Jack Hockaday suffered a leg injury in ther first half of a win at Minnesota and backup Amani Jones was ejected for targeting and will miss the first half against the Hoosiers.


Injuries forced the Hawkeyes to start a pair of true freshmen at corneer against the Gophers. Julius Brents had one interception and Riley Moss had two.


It was a big day for Iowa tight end T.J. Hockenson who had a pair of toucvhdowns, including a four yard run on a trock play thastr gave the Hawkeyes a 21-7 lead.


Iowa is 4-1.

Iowa State 48, #22 Oklahoma State 42

Freshman quarterback Brock Purdy had a huge day and Iowa State got in the win column in Big-12 play. Purdy came in for starter Zeb Noland and passed for 318 yards and four touchdowns and added 84 yards if rushing and a score in a 48-42 win at Oklahoma State.


That’s Iowa State coach Matt Campbell who says Purdy’s ability to run gave the offense a boost.


Iowa State is 2-3 overall and will host unbeaten West Virginia next week.



Chris Berg

Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki, daughter Brynlee and son Jaxon.
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