Washington Evening Journal
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No. 2 WACO (8-player) 54, Iowa Valley 26
WACO continues to roll this season, picking up its fifth straight victory.
The Warriors led 23-0 after the first half and scored 31 in the second half to down the Tigers.
Isaac Oswald threw for 150 yards and two touchdowns in the win.
Simeon Reichenbach rushed 12 times for 180 yards and four touchdowns. He averaged 15 yards a carry in the win.
Oleh Shtefanchuk and Cody Graber had receiving touchdowns as well.
Winfield-Mt. Union 52, HLV 12
WMU gets back on track with the victory over HLV.
The Wolves and Warriors were tied 6-6 after one quarter, but WMU scored 24 in the second and 22 in the final two quarters to win it.
Cole Milks threw for 149 yards and three touchdowns.
Cam Buffington rushed 12 times for 129 yards and two scores in the win. Caleb Giese had 78 yards on the ground for one touchdown. Abram Edwards had one as well. All three had receiving touchdowns as well.
New London 58, English Valleys 12
New London wins its third straight with the win over English Valleys.
The Tigers led just 22-12 after one quarter of play, but they outscored the Bears 36-0 in the second half.
Dom Lopez went 9/11 with 168 yards and three touchdowns.
Blaise Porter rushed just three times for 91 yards. All three carries were touchdowns. Boden Pickle followed with five carries for 64 yards.
Porter led in receiving as well, tallying 92 yards and a touchdown. Reean Seberg finished with 44 yards and touchdown. Evan Reed had a touchdown as well.
Mid-Prairie 56, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 0
The Golden Hawks got their third win of the year with the victory over the Rockets.
Braden Hartley led Mid-Prairie with 11 carries for 152 yards and five touchdowns. Landon Sullivan and Jarron Thomas each found the end zone as well.
Sigourney-Keota 35, Pleasantville 13
The Cobras grabbed their second straight win of the season with the victory over the Trojans.
Both were tied 7-7 after one, but the Cobras outscored the Trojans 28-6 the rest of the way.
Sawyer Stout finished with 44 yards passing and one touchdown.
Cole Clarahan rushed 19 times in the win for 168 yards and one touchdown. Issac Bruns followed with 95 yards and a touchdown. Cole Kindred had one as well.
Aidan Anderson also had a receiving touchdown.
Central Decatur 56, Cardinal 20
Cardinal had a tough time with Central Decatur Friday night. With the loss the Comets are still looking for their first win of the season.
Carson Kenney threw for 71 yards and a touchdown in the loss. Bradly Snook led the Comets on the ground with 77 yards and one touchdown.
Isaac Lett and Chase Johnson each had receiving touchdowns.
Pella Christian 45, Van Buren County 0
Van Buren had struggled to contain the ranked Eagles on Friday.
Pella scored 35 in the first quarter, seven in the second and three in the third in the win.
Jackson Manning past for just 23 yards in the loss.
The Warriors had 42 total yards on the ground.
Wapello 21, Pekin 6
Pekin trailed Wapello just 14-6 after one half of play, but the Indians scored seven in the fourth to pull away.
North Cedar 36, Highland 19
Highland couldn’t slow North Cedar on Friday night.
Sage Hartley-Norman had 185 yards passing in the loss. He also led on the ground with 37 yards and a touchdown.
Ayden Havel finished with five receptions and 89 yards. Ethan Paisley followed with four catches and 68 yards.