IOWA FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Wolves run rampant against Eagles; S-O wins on late TDLAKE PARK, Iowa — Colin Brons passed for 208 yards and five touchdowns while the Harris-Lake Park defense pitched a shutout as the Wolves defeated North Sentral Kossuth 42-0 in an 8-man Iowa football contest on Friday night.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
LAKE PARK, Iowa — Colin Brons passed for 208 yards and five touchdowns while the Harris-Lake Park defense pitched a shutout as the Wolves defeated North Sentral Kossuth 42-0 in an 8-man Iowa football contest on Friday night.
Brons (four extra-point kicks) completed 17-of-26 passes with a pair of touchdown passes to Eli Ihnen and one each to Brady Nissen, Cade Heikens and Connor Gunderson.
Nissen led the Wolves with five catches for 73 yards and also rushed the ball 11 times for 90 yards.
Gunderson finished with four catches for 22 yards while Heikens (36 yards) and Ihnen (56 yards) each totaled three receptions.
Ryan Mann also got in on the aerial attack with two grabs for 11 yards.
H-LP (5-1) had four interceptions on defense as Ihnen intercepted a pass in the second quarter and returned it for a touchdown while Nathan Kyle, Heikens and Nissen each came up with a pick.
Ihnen paced the Wolves with eight tackles followed by Tanner Hiveley, Nissen and Gunderson each with seven tackles.
The Wolves travel to Armstrong-Ringsted Friday.
NSK 0 0 0 0 — 0
H-LP 14 14 7 7 — 42
S-O 32, Pocahontas 27
POCAHONTAS — Owen Wiese capped a standout game with a game-winning 27-yard touchdown pass to Jacob Seivert as Sibley-Ocheyedan downed Pocahontas Area.
S-O scored three touchdowns in the first quarter on a five-yard run by Wiese, a six-yard run by Ethan Stofferan (21 rushes for 74 yards) and a 68-yard pass from Wiese (18-for-26 passing for 322 yards, three touchdowns and one interception) to Dillon Thies (10 catches for 165 yards, three rushes for 61 yards).
Wiese connected with Harrison Feldkamp for a 17-yard score in the third quarter before connecting with Seivert (five catches for 113 yards) for the game-winning play, which was made possible by a great grab by Seivert.
Josh Earll had 13 tackles to lead the S-O defense and Thies made a critical play by blocking a field goal attempt.
The Generals (3-2, 2-1) host South O’Brien on Friday.
S-O 20 0 6 6 — 32
Pocahontas 14 0 7 6 — 27
Spirit Lake 21, CL/G-LR 10
ROCK RAPIDS — Central Lyon/George-Little Rock’s defense was able to put plenty of pressure on Spirit Lake QB Paul Brown, but the Indians had an 89-yard touchdown run among three trips to the end zone to hand the Lions the loss.
CL/G-LR got on the board first on a 20-yard field goal by Terron Geerdes just more than three and a half minutes into the game, but Spirit Lake answered with an 89-yard run to paydirt by Luke Kabele with 9:24 remaining in the second quarter, after which the extra point was good.
The Indians made the score 14-3 at halftime with a 36-yard touchdown pass from Brown to Rick Maris.
Dylan Bryce converted a one-yard touchdown run with 8:03 remaining in the third quarter (extra point good) to make the score 21-3 in Spirit Lake’s favor, with the Lions only able to muster a response with 31 seconds remaining in the game on a 19-yard touchdown pass from Ross Ackerman to Matt Nagel.
Nagel had four catches for 58 yards on the night and also led the CL/G-LR defense with eight assisted tackles, four solo tackles and two sacks.
Cole Snyder had five assisted tackles, two solo tackles and two sacks for the Lions, Geerdes had two assisted tackles, two solo tackles and two sacks and Josh Hunt led the team in rushing with 24 carries for 72 yards.
CL/G-LR (3-2, 1-1) will have its Homecoming game against Western Christian on Friday.
Spirit Lake 0 14 7 0 — 21
CL/G-LR 3 0 0 7 — 10
SC 7, Sheldon 0
SHELDON, Iowa — In a defensive battle, Sioux Center broke through with a fourth-quarter touchdown to edge the Sheldon Orabs in a Class 2A, District 1 Iowa football game.
Chris Balster passed for 67 yards and rushed for 65 yards to lead the Sheldon offense while Hunter McDonald finished with 32 yards rushing.
Nathan Oostra tallied an interception for the Orabs’ defense while Travis Nelson compiled nine tackles and five assists.
Tom Brown recorded nine tackles and two assists while Matt Dykstra had eight tackles and three assists for Sheldon (4-2), which travels to Western Christian Friday.
SC 0 0 0 7 — 7
Sheldon 0 0 0 0 — 0