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Area football roundup

September 13, 2008
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Rockwell City-Lytton 67, Southeast Webster-Grand 0

ROCKWELL CITY - Rockwell City-Lytton pitched a shutout in both scoring and yardage on Friday night.

The Wildcats (3-0 overall, 1-0 in Class A, District 2) defeated Southeast Webster-Grand (0-3, 0-1) 67-0.

RC-Lytton didn't allow a yard, as the Eagles finished with minus eight yards of total offense.

The Wildcats also had six takeaways, four interceptions and two fumble recoveries.

On offense RC-Lytton had 314 yards of total offense, 270 on the ground.

Martin Wise rushed for 70 yards and touchdowns of three and four yards.

Kanne Kraft returned a punt for a score.

Quarterback Shawn Monahan was 2-for-2 passing for 44 yards and a 29-yard score to Curtis Weston, who caught both passes.

Southern Cal 48, Woodbury Central 12

MOVILLE - Sixth-ranked (Class A) Southern Cal rebounded from last week's loss to Roland-Story with a 48-12 drubbing of Woodbury Central here Friday night.

The Mustangs' (2-1 overall, 1-0 in Class A, District 2) Kelan Richardson carried the offensive load by rushing for five touchdowns.

Richardson carried the ball 14 times for 159 yards. He scored on a two-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and from 15 yards out in the second. The senior reached the endzone on runs of seven yards, eight, and 30 in the second half.

Matt Scheisman scored the first Mustang touchdown on a 35-yard run.

Alex Anderson's 68-yard touchdown pass to Aaron Hildreth came in the fourth quarter.

Eric Vogel led the Mustang defense with two interceptions.

Twin River Valley 42, Harris-Lake Park 30

GILMORE CITY - The brother combo of Trevor and Levi Peters stole the show for Twin River Valley.

The siblings helped led the Thunder (0-2 overall, 1-0 in 8-man, District 2) to their first win of the season, knocking off Harris-Lake Park, 42-30.

Levi, only a sophomore, rushed for 151 yards on 20 carries. He had three touchdowns, from five, 41 and 53 yards out.

He also caught a 59-yard scoring strike from his senior brother Trevor, for a touchdown.

Peters stole the show on defense as well, making 17 tackles and blocking two extra points.

Trevor was 6-for-10 passing for 149 yards and the score.

Nate Tool rushed for 50 yards on 12 carries and made 18 tackles.

Sam Jacobson caught two passes for 56 yards.

Cody Vanderhoff had 17 tackles for the defense.

Manson Northwest Webster 28, Panorama 20

MANSON - Ronnie Allbee's fourth quarter interception set up Nick Myer's game winning touchdown in Manson Northwest Webster's 28-20 victory over Panorama.

Allbee's interception came late in the fourth quarter with the game tied at 20-20. Myer finished the Cougars' (1-2 overall, 1-0 Class 1A, District 7) final drive with a 26-yard touchdown run.

Kyle Twait was 14-for-27 passing for 379 yards and two touchdowns. Twait threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Kaden Cue and a 20-yard strike to Matt Rowen. Zach Steinhoff (180 yards receiving) and Rowen (175 yards) were Twait's primary receivers.

Rowen led the Cougar ground game with 118 yards on 20 carries and a touchdown run.

Laurens-Marathon 60, Ruthven-Ayreshire 0

RUTHVEN - The Laurens-Marathon football team cruised to a 60-0 rout over Ruthven-Ayrshire on Friday night.

The Chargers (3-0 overall, 1-0 in district) racked up 403 yards of total offense, 270 coming on the ground.

Gary Brechler paced the ground attack with 135 yards on 17 carries. He scored touchdowns from nine and 55 yards out.

Quarterback Zach Lovin threw for 133 yards on 11-for-20 passing. He tossed two touchdowns.

Adam Woodin caught five passes for 44 yards and Kaleb Jamison caught four strikes for 64 yards.

The Charger defense held Ruthven-Ayrshire to 48 yards on the ground and 122 yards of total offense.

Laurens-Marathon recovered three fumbles and picked off two passes.

Prairie Valley 19, Woodward-Granger 0

WOODWARD - Prairie Valley earned a 19-0 victory over previously unbeaten Woodward-Granger on Friday night.

The Warriors (2-1 overall, 1-0 in Class 1A, District 7) received a strong performance from Jon Elmore.

Elmore carried the ball 35 times for 185 yards. He rushed for touchdowns from three and five yards out.

The Warriors had 197 yards on the ground on 55 carries.

Pat McLeod had 10 tackles for Prairie Valley.

Clarion-Goldfield 42, Buffalo Ridge 21

EARLY - Kole Disney rushed for 200 yards and scored three touchdowns in Clarion-Goldfield's

42-21 over Buffalo Ridge last night.

Corey O'Connor added to the Cowboy ground attack by rushing for two touchdowns. He put the Cowboys on the board with a 58-yard run in the first quarter.

Dillon Strapp was 6-for-6 on PATs and scored a touchdown on a seven-yard pass from Karl Ahrendson.

Jordan Chapman led the Cowboys with 11 tackles and an interception.

Webster City 33, Forest City 16

FOREST CITY - The Webster City football team built a 27-0 lead and cruised past Forest City on Friday night.

The Lynx (2-1 overall, 1-0 in Class 3A, District 2) posted a 33-16 win over Forest City.

John Hill rushed for over 150 yards and scored on two six yard touchdown runs.

Kevin Kannuan had a nine-yard scoring run.

Brent Nelson rushed for a touchdown and threw a 21-yard scoring strike to Karl Peterson.

Nelson finished with 125 yards on 5 of 6 passing.

East Sac County 21, Eagle Grove 0

WALL LAKE - East Sac County opened district play at home by shutting out Eagle Grove, 21-0 on Friday night.

East Sac County's (2-1 overall, 1-0 in Class 2A, District 2) Drew McDonough threw a touchdown pass to Jared Meister and also rushed for two scores in the win.

The Eagles (0-3, 0-1) turned the ball over three times on fumbles.

Jake Kent led the Raider defense with two fumble recoveries.

Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer 50, Humboldt 7

POCAHONTAS - Jonathan Rittgers rushed for 156 yards and four touchdowns in Pocahontas Area/Pomeroy-Palmer's 50-7 win over Humboldt here Friday night.

Cody Harrison, Tony Higgins, and J.R. Plantz added rushing touchdowns for the Indians (1-2 overall, 1-0 Class 2A, District 2).

Harrison led the Indian defense with two interceptions.

Humboldt (0-3, 0-1) scored on a 18-yard run by Alex Vitzthum.

Clear Lake 30, Algona 7

ALGONA - In a battle of 2-0 teams, it was Clear Lake who came away with a win in their district opener as they knocked off Algona, 30-7.

The Lions led 14-0 at halftime and took a comfortable 24-0 lead into the fourth quarter.

Josh Carlson led the Lions with 106 yards rushing on 15 carries.

The Bulldogs' Grant Person rushed for 78 yards on 11 carries. John Gifford (19 carries for 63 yards) scored the Bulldogs' lone touchdown on a 9-yard run in the fourth quarter.

 
 

 

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