Area prep football roundup

Garrigan finishes perfect

GRAETTINGER — For the 36th consecutive time in the regular season, the third-ranked (Class A) Bishop Garrigan football team scored a victory.

The Golden Bears finished off a fourth straight 9-0 year with a 35-6 victory over Graettinger-Terril/R-A here Friday night.

Brad Capesius, who already holds the school-record for total touchdowns, added three more. The senior threw for 202 yards and two scores to TJ Schnurr, adding another 58 yards and a TD on the ground.

Schnurr hauled in seven passes for 132 yards, with Preston Kohlhaas adding 72 yards rushing. Both Sam Vaske and Colby Graves had rushing scores.

“It’s been a lot of fun,” Bishop Garrigan head coach Marty Wadle said. “It’s hard enough to go unbeaten one time or two times in a row. But to do it four times in a row, that’s pretty special.”

Alex Mammen had a team-high 12 tackles, with Cade Winkel recording seven and Eric Thul six. The Golden Bears will host a postseason game in Algona next Friday night.

Webster City earns 5th win

BOONE — The Webster City football team secured a winning season with a 45-6 victory over Boone here Friday night.

The Lynx (5-4, 3-2) rushed for almost 400 yards, including a 37-carry, 237-yard, five-touchdown performance by Dylan Steen.

Steen had four touchdown runs and added a 49-yard TD pass to Henry Hoversten.

Malachi Montes picked off two passes for the Webster City defense, which held Boone to 98 yards of total offense. Drake Doolittle had nine tackles and Caleb Olson eight.

Doolittle also had a rushing touchdown and 56 yards, with Garrett Whitmore running for 71.

Wildcats blank Perry

HUMBOLDT — The Humboldt football team claimed a convincing 45-0 victory over Perry here Friday night to conclude the regular season.

Tyler Vitzthum ran for 151 yards and scored two touchdowns on 17 carries, Jamison Heinz ran for 103 and a score on 10 attempts, and Lucas Volf returned an interception for a touchdown for the Wildcats (4-5, 3-2).

Humboldt recorded 463 yards of total offense, limiting Perry to just 29. Matt Miller had eight tackles, two for loss and a sack in the win.

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