Area football roundup

Titans roll past E-Hawks

LAKE CITY — Bryan Case collected his 100th win as South Central Calhoun head coach Friday night as the Titans downed Emmetsburg, 34-13.

South Central Calhoun moves into the next round of the Class 1A playoffs with a record of 8-1.

Case, who has 176 wins in his career, is the only head coach in the history of South Central Calhoun. He has led the program since Rockwell City-Lytton and Southern Cal merged into one.

The Titans raced out to a 26-7 lead at half.

Emmetsburg ends the year 3-6.

Cherry runs over Monarchs

DENISON — Ninth-ranked (Class 4A) Webster City put the finishing touches on another perfect district title, downing Denison-Schleswig here Friday night, 56-14.

Jaxon Cherry ran for 214 yards and five touchdowns on just 10 carries to lead the Lynx, who will enter the playoffs 7-2 overall and on a six-game win streak.

Cherry scored on runs of 70, 11, nine, 50 and six yards.

CJ Hisler added 87 yards rushing and a pick-6 on defense, as Webster City finished with 446 yards rushing on the night. The Lynx had 15 runs of 10-or-more yards and all eight players who carried the ball had at least one.

On defense, Webster City held Denison-Schleswig to 35 yards rushing as Cherry had a sack. Jamin Stuhr recorded two tackles for loss and Devon Stoakes ahd five tackles.

D-NH tops Eagle Grove

DIKE — Fifth-ranked Dike-New Hartford knocked Eagle Grove from the postseason here Friday night, posting a 49-0 victory.

The Eagles, in the playoff as qualifiers for the first time since 2011, ended the year with a record of 3-6. They snapped a 26-game losing skid during the season.

Eagle Grove will lose seniors Tyler Hansen, Blake Morgan, Roberto Calles, Justin Agtun-Gomez, Chris Williams, Peyton Larsen, Isaac Olson and Victor Rodriguez from the team.

Dike-New Hartford is now 9-0 on the season.

Rams roll past Roland-Story

JEFFERSON — Fifth-ranked Greene County ran for nearly 600 yards in a 55-14 victory over Roland-Story to begin action in the Class 2A playoffs here Friday night.

After allowing a touchdown on the opening drive of the game, the Rams outscored the Norsemen 55-8.

Nate Black had three touchdowns to lead the way in the win.

This was the eighth consecutive win for Greene County (8-1 overall) and the third straight season they have won at least one postseason game.

N-F thumps Janesville

JANESVILLE — Newell-Fonda had no trouble getting past Janesville here Friday night in the opening round of eight-player football, 63-8.

The Mustangs jumped out to a quick 13-0 lead before adding 22 more points in the second quarter. They led 35-0 and made it 49-0 after three, moving to 8-1 on the year.

Newell-Fonda has won three straight since a loss to defending state champion Remsen St. Mary’s, scoring at least 48 points in all three while holding the opponent to under eight points all three times.


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