The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


September 21, 2013

Prep football roundup

Newman beats Morrison; River Hawks survive scare; Blazers pound Camanche


STERLING, Ill. — Sabers get first win

VAN HORNE — After forfeiting a pair of wins earlier in the week, Central DeWitt got back in the win column Friday with a victory against host Benton Community in Class 3A District 6.

Benton (2-2, 1-1 district) opened the scoring, but the Sabers (1-3, 1-1 district) responded with a tying touchdown in the first quarter, then three more in the second to go ahead 27-7 at the half.



Morrison     0     0     0     0     —     0

Newman     0     0     28     14     —     42

N – Jake Snow 5 run (pass failed), 9:27

N – Dillan Heffelfinger 7 run (run failed), 6:49

N – Heffelfinger 19 run (Snow run), 5:17

N – Snow 13 run (Brady Rude run), 2:34

N – Elliot Jensen 13 run (Lars Roleder kick), 11:55

N – Jensen 14 run (Roleder kick), 3:49


RUSHING – Morrison, Austin Shoup 13-47, Joey Brackemyer 10-22, Andy Bird 2-5, Ryan VanZuiden 1-3, Mason Sitzmore 7-1, Tate Renkes 1-(minus-3), Ryan Mayberry 1-(minus-4), Noah Blacklock 1-(minus-4), Bennett Klima 1-(minus-6). Newman, Snow 15-171, Heffelfinger 12-56, Jensen 4-40, Mac Olson 5-34, Michael Ely 4-13, Rude 1-11, A.J. Sharp 1-(minus-7).

PASSING – Morrison, Brackemyer 3-5-0-40, Sitzmore 1-3-2-0; Newman, Sharp 3-9-1-63.

RECEIVING – Morrison, Mayberry 3-40, Shoup 1-0. Newman, Shayne Allen 3-52, Snow 1-11.


Elkader Central     6     12     0     22     —     40

Easton Valley     21     14     0     6     —     41

EV — Andrew Driscoll 19 run (Blake Bormann kick), 8:18

Central — Shawn Fults 64 pass from Derek Ehrhardt (run failed), 6:58

EV — Driscoll 46 run (Driscoll run), 5:35

EV — Driscoll 27 pass from Craiton Andresen (kick failed), 2:23

Central — Devon Frank 3 run (run failed), 8:48

EV — Logan Wilhelm 45 pass from Andresen (run failed), 8:39

Central — Aaron Hoth 15 run (run failed), 2:58

EV — Bormann 5 pass from Andresen (Wilhelm pass from Andresen), 0:01.2

Central — Nathan Fitzgerald 36 run (Fitzgerald run), 10:43

Central — Nathan Fitzgerald 25 run (Ehrhardt run), 8:30

EV — Driscoll 40 run (run failed), 8:22

Central — Fults 20 pass from Ehrhardt (run failed), 1:33


RUSHING — Elkader Central, Nathan Fitzgerald 16-105; Easton Valley, Driscoll 23-173.

PASSING — Elkader Central, Derek Ehrhardt 7-12-0-165, Easton Valley, Craiton, Andresen 6-17-1-116.

RECEIVING — Elkader Central, Shawn Fults 3-106; Easton Valley, Logan Wilhelm 1-45, Driscoll 2-59.


Anamosa     0     0     0     6     —     6

Maquoketa     24     21     7     7     —     59

M — Jacob Kloft 2 run (Cory Wirth kick), 9:47

M — FG, Wirth 33, 6:57

M — Kloft 4 run (Wirth kick), 4:18

M — Cohl Kueter 88 pass from Trent Bollman (Wirth kick), :13

M — Ben Strathman 14 pass from Bollman (Wirth kick), 7:42

M — Kloft 65 punt return (Wirth kick), 5:31

M — CC Campbell recovers fumble in end zone (Wirth kick), 5:27

M — Kloft 80 run (Wirth kick), 6:00

A — Randy Von Behren 1 run (kick failed)

M — Jordan Rapp 60 run (Wirth kick), 4:54

Sophomores — Anamosa 34, Maquoketa 0.


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