GUTTENBERG — Clayton Ridge had its way with Northeast, beating the Rebels 37-0 on Friday night in Iowa Class 1A District 4 football. Both teams were 2-1, 1-0 in the district entering the game.

“It was just a tough night,” Northeast coach Jeremy Mosier said. “They were a quality opponent.”

Jordan Davis, who was ineligible when the teams met a year ago, rushed 32 times for 194 yards for Clayton Ridge.

“We came in feeling we had to stop (wide receiver) Logan Keehner,” Mosier said. “We did a nice job on him, but when you’re running the ball well between the tackles with Davis, he (Keehner) wasn’t much of a factor. They dominated the line of scrimmage.”

Spencer Lueders was in on 16 tackles, including nine solo stops, to lead Northeast, while Shawn Swanton and Tanner Kleppe had 11 tackles each.

SCORING BY QUARTERS

Northeast 0 0 0 0 — 0

Clayton Ridge 14 9 7 7 — 37

CR — Mitchell Glawe 2 run (Logan Keehner kick), 6:37

CR — Jordan Davis 5 run (Keehner kick), 1:54

CR — Davis 1 run (Keehner kick), 7:54

CR — Safety, Spencer Walters tackled Tanner Loots in end zone, 2:10

CR — Davis 7 run (Keehner kick), :05

CR — Glawe 1 run (Keehner kick), 6:43

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS

RUSHING — Northeast, Tanner Loots 13-32, Michael Packham 2-16. Clayton Ridge, Jordan Davis 32-194, Logan Keehner 3-32.

Sabers get back on track

MOUNT VERNON — Central DeWitt bounced back from its first regular-season loss in two years with a 36-13 victory against Mount Vernon in Iowa Class 3A District 4.

The Sabers (3-1) rolled up 401 yards on the ground, and their defense held Mount Vernon to 115 total yards.

The Mustangs (0-4, 0-2 district) took a 7-6 lead after Matt WInder scored on a 1-yard run with 56 seconds left in the first quarter. But, 44 seconds later, the Sabers were back on top for good when Ben Comer broke off a 70-yard touchdown run. Comer also had scoring runs on 35 and 16 yards, and he finished with 178 yards on 12 carries.

SCORING BY QUARTERS

Central DeWitt 14 15 7 0 — 36

Mount Vernon 7 0 0 6 — 13

CD — Brennan Ketelsen 7 run (kick failed), 5:18

MV — Matt Winder 1 run (Henok Russell kick), :56

CD — Ben Comer 70 run (Comer run), :12

CD — Comer 35 run (Comer run), 7:04

CD — Comer 16 run (Ketelsen kick), :27

CD — Ketelsen 12 run (Aitor Merinero kick), :08

MV — Winder 7 run (kick failed), 4:04

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Central DeWitt, Ben Comer 12-178, Brennan Ketelsen 12-83, Ryan Daniels 6-57, Bryar Bloomer 5-24, Chris Lubben 2-17, Brandon Jasper 2-8, Brett Stafford 1-7, Tyler Smith 2-7, Jeff Mente 2-7, Will Hunter 1-6, Dustin Petersen 1-5, Devin Daniels 1-2. Mount Vernon, Matt Winder 21-43, Jacob Timm 6-minus-11, Beau Rolland 1-27, Ryan Cox 2-7, David Zacharakis-Jutz 3-5.

PASSING — Central DeWitt, Smith 2-3-0, 57 yards; D. Daniels 0-1-0. Mount Vernon, Timm 6-12-1, 60 yards; Winder 1-1-0, 22 yards.

RECEIVING — Central DeWitt, Dakotah Doolittle 1-44, Dillon Connell 1-13. Mount Vernon, Winder 2-26, Rolland 3-31, Cox 2-25.

Wilton beats Camanche

WILTON — After a 35-12 loss Friday night to Wilton, Camanche sits at 0-4 in the district. Camanche went scoreless in the first half, but The Indians managed to outscore Wilton in the second half of Friday night’s contest.

Senior, Brad Maxwell of the Indians ran for their first touchdown of the night with only 49 seconds left on the clock in the third quarter, while the Camanche defense was able to hold Wilton for a 28-6 score at the third quarter.

SCORING BY QUARTERS

Camanche 0 0 6 6 — 12

Wilton 13 15 0 7 — 35

W Gorsuch 4 pass from Crawford, 5:48. (Austin kick)

W Crawford2 run, 1:47. (run failed.)

W Holmes 19 pass from Crawford, 8:39. (Crawford run)

W Holmes 53 pass from Crawford, :00. (Austin Kick)

C B. Maxwell 5 run, :49. (run failed)

W Holmes 40 pass from Crawford, 10:31. (Austin Kick)

C B. Maxwell 86 kick return, 10:17. (M. Mueller pass intcpt.)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Camanche, B. Maxwell, 11-82. M. Sullens,18-77. A. Keeling, 6-16.

Wilton, Fratzke, 7-50. Snyder, 4-34. Crawford, 10-37. A. Anderson, 6-27.

PASSING — Camanche, M. Mueller, 0-3-0.

Wilton, Crawford, 12-19-0.

RECEIVING — Wilton, Holmes, 6-173. Waack, 2-20. Fratzke, 2-1. Brewer, 1-5.

Bellevue suffers first loss

BELLEVUE — For the first time this season Bellevue was stopped, losing Friday night 18-7.

Starmont’s, Vinnie Otdoefer scored first on the night. The Comets fired back when Bret Boeckenstedt fired a 17-yard pass to Casey Blake for a touchdown. Zach Reed made the extra point. putting the Comets ahead 7-6.

But that was the only time Bellevue had the lead during the night. During the second quarter, Starmont shined, scoring two more touchdowns, which were the final two of the night. Otdoefer scored on an 18-yard run, and Starmont’s Jake Fedeler scored on a 16-yard pass from Austin Hamlet. Both teams were shut out in the second half.

SCORING BY QUARTERS

Starmont 6 12 0 0 — 18

Bellevue 7 0 0 0 — 7

S — Vinnie Otdoefer 26 run. (Run failed)

B — Casey Blake 17 pass from Bret Boeckenstedt. (Zach Reed, Kick)

S — Otdoefer 18 run. (Run failed)

S — Jake Fedeler 16 pass from Austin Hamlet. (Run failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Starmont, Vinnie Otdoefer 26-99. Bellevue, Chase Junk 17-53

RECEIVING — Bellevue, Casey Blake 6-65.

Preston goes to 4-0

DUNKERTON — At the end of the first quarter, Preston was down 6-0. However they were able to get back in the game during the second quarter, scoring three touchdowns to pull ahead and remained on top the rest of the night to beat Dunkerton 47-12.

The Trojans (4-0, 2-0 in Eight Player District 4) racked up 21 points in the second quarter. Kyle Feller picked up the first touchdown for Preston with a 2-yard run. Austin Hughes managed a 25-yard run and the kick by Thomas Kirsten was good for the extra point. Kyle Feller scored on another 2-yard run to put the Trojans up by 9 at halftime.

Preston coach Kevin Behr said that after being down 6-0 in the first quarter the kids were able to keep their composure the rest of the night and played great.

“We had another lengthy road trip; it took us two hours to get there, and we knew it was their homecoming so we knew they’d be fired up and ready to go,” he said.

SCORING BY QUARTERS

Preston 0 2 1 6 20 — 47

Dunkerton 6 6 0 0 — 12

P Kyle Feller 2 run. (Thomas Kirsten, kick)

P Austin Hughes 25 run. (Thomas Kirsten, kick)

P Kyle Feller 2 run. (Thomas Kirsten, kick)

Thomas Kirsten 32 Field Goal.

Thomas Kirsten 28 Field Goal.

Fourth quarter

Austin Hughes 60 run. (Thomas Kirsten, kick)

Austin Hughes 30 run (kick failed)

Luke Assenmacher 1 run. (Thomas Kirsten, kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Preston, 46 rushes 338 yards. Kyle Feller 25-105, Austin Hughes 7-162. Luke Assenmacher 4-17. Jason Feddersen 9-40.

PASSING — Preston, Jason Feddersen 3-7-0, 38 yards.

RECEIVING — Preston, Austin Hughes 1-0, David Jacobs 2-38

Amboy beats Panthers

PROPHETSTOWN, Ill. — Erie/Prophetstown dropped the game Friday night to Amboy/LaMoille and now sits at .500 with a 2-2 record, after a 28-0 loss against Amboy.

SCORING BY QUARTERS

Amboy/LaMoille 14 7 0 7 — 28

Erie/Prophetstown 0 0 0 0 — 0

A Appleman 6 run, 3:37. (Kick)

A Appleman 2 run, :11. (Kick)

A Shields 3 run, 1:22. (Kick)

A Shields 22 run, 10:21. (Kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Amboy/LaMoille, Richardson, 18-66. Appleman, 14-70. Shields, 4-19. Apple, 13-18.

Erie/Prophetstown, Borovick,13-33. Majeski, 14-50.

PASSING — Amboy/LaMoille, Apple, 9-3-44.

Erie/Prophetstown, Borkovick, 25-8-58.

RECEIVING — Amboy/LaMoille, Lidle, 1-34. Richardson,1-5. Appleman,1-5. Erie/Prophetstown, Cole, 2-18. Carsten, 2-18. DeJonge, 2-21. Stees, 2-26.

Maquoketa wins fourth

MAQUOKETA — Maquoketa won for the fourth consecutive week and remained unbeaten on the season, beating Benton Community 25-14. The Maquoketa defense held Benton Community to a scoreless first half and allowed only two touchdowns on the night.

Marshall Hawks kicked off the Cardinals offense with a 27-yard field goal with under a minute left on the clock in the first quarter. Chase Coakley scored for the Cardinals on a fumble return in the second quarter with Marshall Hawks making the extra point. Colin Nickeson ran for a touchdown with only 23 seconds left on the clock giving Maquoketa a 16-0 led at halftime.

Hawks continued to produce for the Cardinals, kicking another field goal, this time from 23 yards.

SCORING BY QUARTERS

Benton Community 0 0 7 7 — 14

Maquoketa 3 13 3 6 — 25

M — Marshall Hawks 27 Field Goal, :59

M — Chase Coakley 3 Fumble return, 6:02. Marshall Hawks, Kick.

M — Colin Nickeson 1 run, :23. Pass Failed.

M — Marshall Hawks 23 Field Goal, 5:37.

B — Mark Himmolsbach 8 run, 1:59. Wes Andersen, Kick.

B — Zack Twedt 2 run, 5:54. Wes Andersen, Kick.

M — Zach Scheibe 9 run, 1:57. Run Failed

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Maquoketa, Zach Scheibe, 22-133, Colin Nickeson 22-177.

PASSING — Maquoketa, Nickeson, 60 yards.

RECEIVING — Maquoketa, Tyler Rutenbeck 16, Zach Scheibe 5, Bryn Gisel 23, Alex Duhme 16.

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