The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


October 26, 2013

Iowa Football Roundup: Bittersweet Senior Night for Rebels


Kueter started the scoring with a 12-yard touchdown run with 5:44 left in the first quarter. He then punctuated a drive early in the first on a 2-yard run, and after the Clippers answered with their first score, he ended another Maquoketa drive on a 1-yard run to the end zone.

Cardinals quarterback Trent Bollman added two scores in the second and fourth quarters.

Bellevue takesdown Durant, 35-21

BELLEVUE — Bellevue improved to 3-6 on the year with a Senior Night, 35-21 win over Durant-Bennett on Friday. Four first-half touchdowns were all the Comets needed, with the bulk of them coming from Keenan Ploessl and Tyler Banowetz.

Banowetz started the scoring in the first quarter with a pick-six, making it 7-0. Later, Ploessl and Banowetz connected on a 26-yard touchdown pass, the first of two scoring plays the two hooked up on.

Ploessl finished the game 10-for-20 with 183 yards and two scores through the air; 113 of those yards went to Banowetz. Ploessl also added a 17-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, putting the game out of reach at 35-14.


RUSHING — Monticello 38-219 (Tanner Felton 10-20, Trent Aitchison 2-1, David Gray 2-(-1), Cody Jamison 15-163, Greg Kraus 8-24, Peyton Paddock 1-6).

PASSING — Monticello (Cody Jamison 5-10-47-1), Northeast (Will Hasken 21-38-250-4, Stoecker 1-1-15-0).

RECEIVING — Monticello (Jarrett Easton 2-21, Jesse Iben 1-6, Tyler Johnson 1-7, Spencer Williams 1-13), Northeast (Mitch Moehr 7-90, Tevin Stoecker 7-67, Nick Wall 4-55, Gabe Empen 1-15).


DeWitt 0 0 0 0 — 0

Marion 7 0 3 0 — 10


Maquoketa 7 21 7 7 — 42

CC-Amana 0 14 0 14 — 28


Durant 0 7 7 7 — 21

Bellevue 14 14 7 0 — 35

B — Tyler Banowetz interception return (Ben Lawrence kick) 2:32

B — Keenan Ploessl 26-yard pass to Banowetz (Lawrence kick) 0:32

D — Henry Hansen 21-yard run (Nathan Paulsen kick) 9:30

B — Lucas Anderson 45-yard run (Lawrence kick) 8:51

B — Ploessl 16-yard pass to Banowetz (Lawrence kick) 1:30

D — Wyatt Helmle 29-yard run (Paulsen kick) 6:42

B — Ploessl 17-yard run (Lawrence kick) 3:55

D — Helmle 20-yard run (Paulsen kick) 6:21.

PASSING — Durant (Alex Rouse 7-15-68-1, Brandon Dykes 0-2-0-0), Bellevue (Keenan Ploessl 10-20-183-1)

RUSHING — Durant 38-297 (Wyatt Helmle 12-115, Rouse 8-106, Nick Keimeg 8-49, Henry Hansen 3-21, Dykes 5-11, Conrad Hoover 2-(-5)), Bellevue 39-165 (Lucas Anderson 19-136, Ploessl 11-23, Ty Oster 4-10, Jace Michels 1-(-1), Tyler Banowetz 2-(-3)).

RECEIVING — Durant (Hansen 4-38, Alik Lorenz 3-0), Bellevue (Banowetz 6-113, Ben Lawrence 1-29, Alex Hinke 2-25, Jake Schroeder 1-16).



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