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October 19, 2013

Iowa FOOTBALL ROUNDUP EV ends skid at 3

(Continued)

Alburnett scored 14 unanswered points to make it 21-10. With under seven minutes to go, Banowetz and Ploessl hooked up again on a 70-yard touchdown pass, bringing Bellevue a possession away from taking the lead at 21-10. The Pirates answered with two more scores, while holding the Comets out of the end zone as time slipped away.

Alburnett scored 29 points to close out the fourth quarter.

Bellevue closes out the season next week at home against Durant-Bennett.

EASTON VALLEY 61, CENTRAL CITY 18

E. Valley 28 19 14 0 — 61

C. City 6 0 12 0 — 18

EV — Chase Zaruba 3-yard run (Blake Bormann kick) 10:59

CC — David Mosher 46-yard pass to Gavin Pospisil (kick failed) 9:05

EV — Andrew Driscoll 15-yard run (Bormann kick) 7:58

EV — Craiton Andresen 19-yard pass to Zaruba (kick failed) 3:54

EV — Grant Hinerichsen 2-yard run (Zaruba run) 0:26

EV — Andresen 11-yard pass to Bormann (kick failed) 8:42

EV — Driscoll 60-yard run (kick blocked) 2:48

CC — Mosher 19-yard pass to Seth Schlotterbeck (run failed) 8:49

EV — Zaruba 27-yard run (Bormann kick) 7:19

EV — Zaruba 18-yard interception return (Bormann kick)

CC — Mosher 33-yard pass to Deshawn Leudeman (run failed) 4:04.

PASSING: Central City (David Mosher 16-35-328-4), Easton Valley (Craiton Andresen 5-1067-0).

RUSHING: Central City 17-35 (Mosher 6-34, Gavin Pospisil 4-10, Seth Schlotterbeck 3-5, Mason Paustian 1-(-11), Korey Boots 2-(-3)), Easton Valley 42-353 (Andrew Driscoll 10-169, Chase Zaruba 7-80, Grant Hinerichsen 9-51, Cam Larson 8-46).

RECEIVING: Central City (Boots 2-49, Leudeman 6-98, Nick McCarry 1-40, Paustian 2-34, Pospisil 4-88, Schlotterbeck 1-19), Easton Valley (Blake Bormann 2-27, Driscoll 2-28, Zaruba 1-19).

CENTRAL DEWITT 48, ANAMOSA 14

Anamosa 7 0 0 7 — 14

DeWitt 7 20 14 7 — 48

SOLON 49, MAQUOKETA 31

Solon 7 21 14 7 — 49

Maquoketa 7 10 14 0 — 31

ALBURNETT 36, BELLEVUE 16

Bellevue 0 7 3 6 — 16

Alburnett 0 7 0 29 — 36

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