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Kings let opportunity slip against Muscatine
As the first half wound down in Clinton's 21-7 loss to Muscatine, it appeared that the River Kings had an excellent shot at taking control of the contest.
Panthers win battle of backs
Fulton's Austin Regenwether rushed for 177 yards and four scores, Friday. He was outdone by Erie/Prophetstown's Nick Williams, who racked up 265 yards and four touchdowns in the Panthers' win.
River Kings win in OT
Dustin Caldwell scored in overtime Friday to lead Clinton to a 27-21 victory against visiting Davenport Central in high school.
Mustangs hang on to Wooden Shoe
Mason Sitzmore got his hand on a late field goal attempt and also threw a touchdown pass to lead Morrison past Fulton 8-7 on Friday in the game for the Wooden Shoe on Friday in Morrison.
Sabers hold on to beat Maquoketa
Central DeWitt got its offense rolling early and held on late to beat Maquoketa 28-21 on Friday in the first game of district play in high school football.
Oh, no, there's no O
Clinton couldn't get its offense on track until the second half Friday night, resulting in a 31-13 loss to North Scott in Mississippi Athletic Conference football.
Camanche overruns Anamosa
Easton McDanie ran wild Friday, rushing for 218 yards and four touchdowns as Camanche defeated visiting Anamosa in a non-district football game.
Steamers lose starting QB in loss to Kewanee
Fulton lost quarterback Ethan Jones early in the game, then lost on the scoreboard, too, falling 32-14 to host Kewanee in Three Rivers Conference football Friday night.
North Cedar blanks Northeast, 28-0
The Northeast Rebels dropped their season-opening game and Game 1 of Jared Block’s head coaching career at Northeast. Officials called a halt to the game after a lengthy lightning delay.
First class: Clinton's Athletic HOF
Clinton high honored 14 greats from its athletics program in the inaugural River Kings Hall of Fame ceremony, Friday.
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