Washington Evening Journal
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New London 74, Iowa Valley 40
New London takes sole position of second-place in the district with a dominant win over Iowa Valley.
The Tigers led 32-8 after one quarter of play and 38-8 at the half.
Iowa Valley outscored New London 24-8 in the third quarter, to make it 46-32 going into the fourth. The Tigers turned it on in the fourth putting up 28 to Iowa Valley’s eight to pull out the district win.
Winfield 60, Tri-County 0
Winfield-Mt. Union came out on fire in their Friday night matchup with Tri-County. The Wolves scored 40 points in the first quarter alone.
WMU added 14 in the second and six in the third on their way to the 60 point shutout.
Cole Milks threw two times for 22 yards and a touchdown in the win. Milks led on the ground as well with five carries for 50 yards and two scores. Caleb Giese had 47 yards rushing and Jake Edwards 42. Edwards had two touchdowns as well. Eli Miller and Abram Edwards had touchdowns as well.
Edwards had the Wolves two receptions and a touchdowns.
No. 2 (8-player) WACO 42, Lone Tree 17
WACO stays perfect with yet another notch in the win column, this time downing the Lone Tree Lions on the road.
Columbus 71, North Mahaska 14
Columbus continues to roll with a win over North Mahaska.
The Wildcats got it done once against scoring 28 in the first, 15 in the second, 21 in the third and seven in the fourth to move to 6-0.
Kaden Amigon rushed for 270 yards and five touchdowns in the win. Triston Miller finished with 47 yards. Trenton Hoback, Cole Storm and Kiley Kaalberg each had touchdowns as well.
Through the air, Jeff Hoback went one for one for three yards and a touchdown to Trenton Hoback.
Sigourney-Keota 56, Cardinal 3
The Cobras just keep winning. Sigourney-Keota scored 21 in the first two quarters to lead 42-0 at the half. In the second, Cardinal got on the board, but the Cobras won the scoring battle 14-3 in the second half.
Sawyer Stout went three for four in the win with 55 yards.
On the ground, Cole Clarahan rushed for 109 yards and three touchdowns. Sawyer Stout, Issac Bruns, Cole Kindred and Reid Molyneux all had touchdowns as well.
No. 2 (Class 2A) Williamsburg 56, Mid-Prairie 7
Mid-Prairie trailed by just 14 at the half, 21-7, but Williamsburg turned it up a notch in the second half, scoring 35 points to the Golden Hawks zero.
Out of the last eleven meetings between the two squads, the Raiders have amassed a 10-1 record.
Wapello 55, Highland 30
Highland was down to Wapello 14-0 after the first quarter of play Friday night, but the Indians outscored the Huskies 22-8 in the second to make it 36-8 at the half.
Highland outscored Wapello 22-19 in the second half, but the damage had been done.
Lisbon 49, Pekin 6
Pekin scored its six points all in the first quarter against Lisbon, but the Lions put together their best scoring quarter of the night at the same time, 21 points.
The Panthers would never score again, as the Lions added 28 over the second and third to down pick up a win Friday night.
Central Decatur 48, Van Buren County 0
Van Buren County struggled to slow the Central Decatur Cardinals Friday.
The Cardinals led the Warriors 34-0 after one half of play and scored 14 more in the second half to hand Van Buren County a district loss.