Turkey Valley and Sumner-Fred Punch Tickets To Playoffs

The 2018 Iowa High School football regular season is done.  And two area team has advanced in the postseason. It’s the Turkey Valley Trojans and the Sumner-Fredricksburg Cougars

Turkey Valley 60, Central Elkader 8

Turkey Valley’s 60-8 blowout of Central Elkader forced a three-way tie in the district, solidifying the Trojan’s playoff spot this Friday night.  In the win, William Swestka had three catches and 111 yards and two scores to lead the Trojan attack. Marcus Herold added two more scores on 12 carries.  Turkey Valley will host Rockford this Friday night.

Sumner-Fredricksburg 42, North Butler 0

Just by the skin of their teeth, the Sumner-Fred Cougars were able to snag the last spot in the 1A post season playoffs.  The Cougars shutout North Butler 42-0. Brandon Meyer threw for 108 yards and one score. Spencer Schmitz led the Cougar ground game with 102 yards on 13 carries.  Kelby Olson and Tyler Converse both bagged a touchdown. Sumner-Fred is at Van Meter Friday.

New Hampton 8, Hampton-Dumont 0

The New Hampton Chickasaws ended their 2018 season with a shutout win over Hampton-Dumont.  Tristann Sweitzer ran for the lone score. He finished with 201 yards on 32 carries. The 8-0 win for New Hampton will help the Chickasaws 2018 mark to 3-6.

Nashua-Plainfield 8, Postville 0

The Nashua-Plainfield Huskies grabbed their first win of the season on Friday over Postville 8-0.  The Huskies finish at an 1-8 mark.

Mason City Newman 53, South Winneshiek 39

The South Winneshiek Warriors finished their season with a 53-39 loss against Mason City Newman.  Jacob Herold finished with 390 yards five touchdowns and three interceptions. Noah Tieskeotter, Cole Klimesh and Carter Wenthold all finished with 100 yards games and each grabbed at touchdown.  South Winneshiek finishes at 4-5.

Waukon 40, North Fayette Valley 22

North Fayette Valley fell to Waukon on Friday night 40-22.  The leading rusher, Brooks Hovden, rand for 68 yards and one score all on one play.  Trey Darnall and Mac Whelan both added a score. The Tiger-Hawks finish 3-6.



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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