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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Jeff Holds Valley The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Oct. 5, 1974    9With 7-0 Victory Over WashUse Foe’s Playsjally In Fourth By Jack Ogden Jefferson high school, completely outplayed in a scoreless first half, used the Warriors’ own offense to mount a pair of drives in the final two quarters and score a 7-0 victory in the city’s oldest football rivalry at Kingston stadium Friday night. One of a number of costly Wash mistakes, a fumble by Craig Roalson on a pass attempt from his own 37, set up the game’s only score with 5:13 left in the contest. Raalsao dropped back behind fine protection, bot contd find no receiver. He was bit on aronnd the 23-yard line and Jeff’s Terry Earnest picked np the last of three lost Wash fumbles on the IS. On the third play, quarterback Fred Stocker faked well into the line and then raced outside into the end zone. He kicked the extra point for the final score that left Jeff 4-1 in the Mississippi Valley conference lead with a 4-0 league mark. Wash got one last chance to tie or win the game with 40 seconds to go when quarterback Craig Roalson uncorked a 55-yard pass to Steve Meier, who was caught from behind at the Jeff 15. Jeff, which had only two first downs, both by penalty, at halftime, ended np with a 19-9 edge in that department, largely on two second half drives. The first ended in a field goal attempt by Sleeker that was wide, and the second produced the game’s only score. “We had tinkered around with the Wash T-offense,” smiled Jeff Coach Jack Fisk, “and we used it a lot in the second half — with good results.’’ Disappointed Wash coach Wally Sheets agreed that Jeff had hit them with his own attack. “We contained them Statistics „    Wash Jeff First Downs...................................... 9    IO Yords Rushing.......................... 93    90 >ards Passing............................. 64    5 Posses.......................................9-4-0 *20 Opponents fumbles rec......................0    3 Punts........................................0-3$ 5-79 Yords penalized...............................45    25 SCORE BY QUARTERS Wash......................................OOO 0—0 J*f................................ 000;-; INDIVIDUAL SCORING Jeff TD—Fred Stoeker (13 vords). XP —Stoeker (kick) well in the first half,’’ said Wally, “but they moved the ball on us in the second half.” Both Fisk and Sheets admitted that mistakes cost the Warriors, who did all the first half threatening. Wash wound np with 45 yards in penalties, several of which were costly. One was a personal foul with two minutes to go at the Jeff 14 after Steve Blood had uncorked a (5-yard punt to the Jeff one. Wash also lost three fumbles, one that set up the game’s only TD. and two in the first half on punts that kept Wash out of Jefferson territory. Fisk said, however, that Jeff had its share of bad breaks, too. Particularly on a second half call in which a Jeff receiver appeared to be tripped deep in Wash territory “The officials missed an obvious interference penalty,” he explained, “and that cost us a touchdown.” Even with Jeff’s second-half comeback, Wash wound up with a statistical edge — 157 total yards to 95 for the J* Hawks. "It’s a big win,” admitted Fisk, “but we’ve got some tough games ahead.” Mike Shea Tops Field at St .Judes Mike Shea scored 1.887 points to top the footbll skills competition at St.Judes. Erie Sehenkleberg was second with 1,877 and Steve Langhauser third with 1,826 points. Wilson Stars as Prairie Sophs Roll Steve Wilson scored two touchdowns as Prairie crunched Dyersville Beckman 40-0 in sophomore football action Friday at Prairie. The winners are now 3-2 Friday’s Fights Bv The At UK lated Pratt MELBOURNE. Auttrolla Blackfly Matthew t. IM, South Africa, a war (Md dgcitlort whoa Sergio Emlll, 17$'/», Italy, wot disqualified. 4 MADRID - Bob AMotev. Ii;, Ghana, outpointed Guy Caudron, It;1,*, Franca, IS, European bantamweight hoking cham pion th lo Beckman Turns Back Prairie in 16-12 Test Stoeker Bends Wash Line Fred Stoeker, Jeff quarterback, plunged for yardage in this action at Kingston stadium Friday night. Late in the game he ran for I 3 yards and the game’s only touchdown as Jeff scored a 7-0 win over Wash. LaSalle Linn Mar Still Perfect, Rolls at Rips Oskaloosa,24-8 Regina IOWA CITY - LaSalle parlayed a sparkling 1-2 punch featuring halfbacks Jim Brawner and Mark Loeffler into a 20-6 victory over Iowa City Regina Friday night at Iowa City. Brawner and Loeffler accounted for 240 of the Lancers’ 252 total yards on the ground, and they scored all three of LaSalle’s touchdowns on long runs. Loeffler got the visitors off to a flying start when, on the second play of the game, he darted through a big hole over left tackle and raced (2 yards for a touchdown. A stingy LaSalle defense, spearheaded by guard Kevin OSKAIXKJSA - Linn-Mar’s impressive young football team scored two first-quarter touchdowns and went on to down Oskaloosa, 24-8, in a non-conference football contest here Friday The victory raised Linn-Mar’s season record to 5-0. with two of those wins coming in the East Central Iowa conference, which the Lions currently lead. Linn-Mar rolled up 3(6 total yards In the tilt, with 291 oi them coming on the ground. Junior running bock Brian Barnes was the workhorse, as he carried ten times for 194 Statistics L M Osk First Downs ............... .................. 14 14 Yards Rustling    791 63 Yords Passing  .................... ;5 136 Passes............................. 2 / 0 10 76 2 Punts, Avg,........................... 4-40 5 6 31.5 Fumbles Lost  ............ 0    I Yords Penalized    125 32 SCORE BY QUARTERS Linn-Mar............................ 12 6 0 6 —24 Oskaloosa 0 10 0—8 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Linn Mar TD — Brad Reid (45, pass from Jon Hollingsworth); Hollingsworth (I, run), Brian Barnes (ll, run); Ken Arthur (3, run) Oskaloosa TD — Bob Ploce (ll, doss trom Mike Cain), XP — Terry Schneider (pass trom Cain) yards for an excellent 19.4 average. The Lions tallied their first score at the 5:20 mark of the Statistics First Downs Yords Rushing Yards Passing Posses ............. Punts, Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Las Regis ...........;    J 752 116 31 34 2-60 2 140 3 30 5 8 26 9 .........2    I 60 30 Marion Loses At Maquoketa SCORE SY QUARTERS LaSalle ............................7    0    ;    6    20 I C. Regina    OOO    0—0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING LoSolle TD—Jim Brawner J (45, 52, runs), Mark Loeffler (62. run) XP — Jeff Drahozol 2 (kicks) Sippy, needed nothing more than that, and the remaining two six-pointers were merely insurance. Brawner got both of those. He rang up the first with 4:11 remaining in the third stanza on a 45-yard run, breaking tackles all the way. The final one was a 52-yarder with 33 seconds left in the game. Loeffler ended up with IIH yards or 1( carries, while Brawner packed Ike ball 18 times for 122 yards. The win was LaSalle’s first in the East Central Iowa conference against two losses. Regina fell to 0-2 in the loop with the defeat. Both teams have 2-3 overall marks. Statistics Marion Mao First Downs................................... ll    IO Yards Rushing    165    795 Yards Passing................................. ;    56 Posses      7    2    I    5    2    I Punts. Avg    6    33    3    3/ Fumbles Lost    IO Yards Penalized    . 5 40 SCORE BV QUARTERS Maquoketa      7    13    0    9—79 Marion    0    14    0    0—14 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Maquoketa TD—Ed Kosemodel 2 (5. 4, runs); Lynn Hughes (IV, pass from Joe Losodv); Don Lyons <55, run) FO (6,    run); Mark Morgan (V, run) XP—John Barkdoll (run)Won’t Let O’Neill Play DUBUQUE, Iowa (AF) —University of Dubuque student Kevin O’Neill will not be allowed to play football this year, Dubuque District Court Judge Thomas Nelson ruled Friday. O’Neill filed an injunction request against the university and the iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, asking the court to prevent the school from enforcing the conference rule relating to his eligibility this season By larry Tanner MAQUOKETA - Marion fell victim to its own errors Friday night and unbeaten Maquoketa took full advantage for a 29-14 win in Wamac loop play. The loss dropped the Indians to 1-2 in the loop race and 1-4 over-all. Coach Bob Thurness thought his team played hard, but an inexperienced defense made two serious errors in the first half. “We gave them two Mores right away on defensive lapses,” Thurness said. “We got mixed up on onr assignments on a counter play and on pass defense.” The counter play saw Don Lyons sprint through a big hole in the line and go 55 yards for Maquoketa’s second score with 10:17 left in the second stanza. That made the score 14-6. Maquoketa had taken the opening kickoff and marched 66 yards in 7 plays with fullback Ed Kasemodel smashing in from the 5 with 8:27 left in the first quarter. Gary Flckel’s 9-yard quarterback sneak with 11:55 left in the second stanza left the scorr at 7-C when Greg Will’s extra point try was ruled wide after a long pause by the officials. After Lyons’ sprint had given Maquoketa the 14-6 lead, Marion fumbled the ball away on its own 39 Three plays later from the 39 Joe Casady hit lanky end Lynn Hughes in the left flat. He evaded a tackle and raced the distance with 8: 30 left in the second quarter. Maquoketa led 20-6 Marion got back into the game with a 57-yard march late in the second period The distance was covered in 8 plays with Mark Morgan going in from the 9 John Barkdoll ran for the 2-p0mt conversion and with I 49 left Marion trailed only 20-14 The Indians recovered the onside kick on the Maquoketa 36, but failed to score. A fourth down |>ass play was intercepted. Rain came Just before the half aid continued through most of the rest of the game. The teams played even in the third quarter. Maquoketa marched 83 yards in the final stanza foe its final score. Kasemodel went in from the 4 on the ninth play with 7:03 left in the game The fards’ final 3 (Hunts came on Phil Schoenthaler’s 31-yard field goal with 28 seconds left in the contest Thurness singled out Barkdoll as Marion’s top running threat. "John really played a fine game tonight for us.” the coach said opening frame. Quarterback Von Hollingsworth found split end Brad Reid on a post pattern down the middle, and the result was a 45-yard touchdown play. Later in the quarter, following an Osky punt, Linn-Mar put together a 68-yard, mne-play drive, with Hollingsworth sneaking over from the one for the score. Barnes capped a 65-yard drive with an 11-yard run to paydirt with 1:58 showing on the first-half clock, giving his team an almost-Insurmounta-ble 18-0 margin. The host team’s only score came following Linn-Mar’s third score. Using the two-minute offense to perfection, Oskaloosa drove 65 yards to score with 23 seconds left. Bob Place caught the TD pass from Mike fain, and Terry Schneider tallied the conversion on a fake kick Linn-Mar head coach “Tex” McCoy voiced praise1 for the Oskaloosa team. “It was a good football game,” he said. "Oskaloosa has a fine football team Their passing game kept us running.”I.C. West Falls 28-6 IOWA (TTY - (Tinton evened its Mississippi Valley conference record at 2-2 with a 28 6 victory over Iowa City West in high school football Friday night Jeff Lind scored on runs of ten and 24 yards to pace the River King scoring. West is now 1-3 in conference play SCORE BV QUAR11 RS Clinton    'J    V    -    ?* Iowa Lily WmI    0 6 0 0 ft INDIVIDUAL SCORING Iowa Cliv TD Pot Hawaii (2, run) Clinton ID-Jeff Lind 2 I IO, 24 run); Jeff Truningar (17 pass from Lind) Dan Quick (7 run) XP Mike Hutch 4 (kick*)Eichelberger, Coody Lead LAS VEGAS - Dave Eichelberger and Charles foody shared the second round lead In the Sahara golf tournament here after Friday’s play Eichelberger had rounds of 67 and 68 and Coody shot a 66 Friday after an opening round of 69. By Steve Allspach Amid the almost deafening silence of the losing dressing room, Gary Leaper tried to find some solace. A glance at the statistics chart didn't make it any easier. His Prairie football team had just dropped a 16-12 decision to Dyersville Beckman, a loss that dimmed the Hawks hopes of an East Central Iowa title, and he was looking for some answers. It didn’t take long. “No doubt about It,” muttered the first-year mentor, “we fumbled it away. You can’t give up the football against a fine team like Beckman aud expect ta win. “We had two good drives going when we lost the ball and two other bobbles set up their touchdowns.” For the record, the Hawks did have enormous problems finding the handle on the football, and they served it over to the Blazers on four occasions. They managed to retrieve three other bobbles. The first giveaway came on the kickoff and Beckman quickly punched in a touchdown from 33 yards out. Bob Koippcr plunged the decisive yard at 7:42, hut It was a 14-yard pass reception by Tim English that keyed tke drive. Prairie retaliated quickly when Randy Myers hurled a 62-yard TD pass to Terry Feye, a combination that clicked for 84 yards before the night ended. But the fumble again plagued Prairie and after grinding 36 yards to Beckman’s 43, Rob Sirowy was stripped of the football and the Blazers marched quickly to paydirt. Jeff Schneiders went the final ten yards Prairie established a ground game early, but it wasn’t dictated by the wet, rainy conditions in the first half.India Won’t Face Africa NEW DELHI (AP) - The head of the Indian Lawn Tennis Federation said Saturday that as long as South Africans continue apartheid in sports, there is no going back on India’s decision not to play them for the Davis Cup tennis championship. R K Khanna said he had received a telephone appeal from Basil Reay, secretary of the International Lawn Tennis Federation, calling on India to reconsider and avoid letting the South Africans take the Cup by default. “If there is no apartheid at least in sports in South Africa, and if some sort of guarantee is given, then we can reconsider,” Khanna said. “But we know this is not the case." The Indian tennis enthusiast said Reay was sending him a (able putting the appeal in writing. When the cable arrived, he added, he will consider whether the appeal is worth consideration by other Indian Federation officials. But he insisted that the Indian government was not tH*ing consulted in the matter since the decision belonged to the Lawn Tennis Federation. Khanna had said earlier, however, that the boycott was “in consonance” with Indian government policy and had the backing of the Indian Foreign Ministry India has no official relations with South Africa and is a vocal opponent of apartheidAlcott in LPGA Lead SACRAMENTO (AP) -Amy Alcott, an 18-year-old amateur from Ix»s Angeles, shot a four-under-par 69 Friday to take a one-stroke first-round lead in the 135,000 Ladies Professional Golf Association Classic. Leaders Amy Alcott Monlvn Smith Laura Bough Betsy Cutten Mary Milt* Sandra Palmer Pam Barnett Sandro Spuiich Jane Bullock Car Ola JuSkola Korolyn Kortzman Jocelyne Bour awa Suzle Mf Aunter Mordell Wnkens Cathy Duggan Sandra Hayme Joyce Kazmierski Judy Moister Betsy Routs Jo Ann Wenham Gail Denenberg Jan For rarts Pum Higgins j4 35- 69 34 J6 70 36 35 71 35 36 71 36 15-71 IS 36 71 35 37-72 37 35 — 77 37 35-72 34 39 TI 37 36 TI 14 39 - 7} 36 37 - 7} 37 36 73 33 40 - 73 36 3 7 - 73 37 37 - 74 36 38 -/4 37 37 74 38 36 74 36 38 74 It IS H Statistics    The hard-running senior Beekman Prairie    Picked up 119 yards and Chris YardsDRushing    i3M6i    Reed added 29. Yards passing...........................•••« w    Prairie’s second touchdown Posses........................................ 3-9-1 7-17 punts, Avg    3 3i 31 ii came on a three-yard keeper Yo^ds'^penahzed    5?55    by Myers in the    second    period score by quarters    **nd Beekman added a safety PFriSfc    6 6 0 o~i2 in    seconds    when    Glen individual scoring    Grawe tackled Myers in the end zone. Beekman; TD — Bob Knipper (I,    _    ,    ,    . run), Jeff Schneiders (IO, run), Safety    Twice Prairie drave deep from Randy Myers); Myers (3, run).    iota Beekman territory la tke final five miaates, bat the Blazer defense stiffened and “Na, we’ve felt all alang    slapped fourth dawn    pass    attila! we’ve had a better ria-    tempts, aiag game thaa we’ve shawa    Both squads have now    lost and als* Beekman was praba-    once in ECT play and that    had bly ready ta concentrate aa    Leeper worried. oar pass game defensively,”    “We’ve got games with explained Leeper.    LaSalle, Regina and Linn-Mar Sirowy was the main con-    left and ifs going to be    dif- tributor to a bruising ground    fieult to rebound from a    loss attack that netted 161 yards    like this one. ” Sports Results PREP FOOTBALL Mississippi Valley Iowa City 16, Hempstead 15 C R Jeff 7, C R. Wash 0. Clinton 28, I C. West 6. Bettendorf 48, Muscatine 6 Wamac Anamosa 13, Vinton 12. Maquoketa 29, Morion 12. Monticello 30, West Delaware 7. Independence 19, Tipton 0 Tri Rivers E Buchanan 21, Stormont 0 North Linn 14, Central City 7 Springville 59, Ed-Co 0 Alburnett 51, Maq Valley 0 Northeast lawa Decorah 17, Waverly IO Oelwein 32, Charles City 0 Crestwood 14, New Hampton 0. Waukon 29, W Dubuque 6 Saith lawa Cedar H-L-V 20. Keota 0 Sigourney 14, Montezuma 6 Belle Plaine 20, Williamsburg 14. B-G-M IS. Eng. Valievs I Iowa Valley 14, Benton Comm 6 East lawa Hawkeye West Branch 58, Clear Creek 6. Duront 13, West Liberty 12 Solon 18, Wilton 0 Mt. Vernon 7, Mid Prairie 0 Mid-East lawa Preston 32, Guttenberg 12 Lincoln 6. East Dubuque 0, ov Lisbon 18, Olin 12. Midland 20, Bellevue 6 LeGrond LDF 20, Grundy Center 0 Marion Linn Mar 24, Oskaloosa 8 Union Whitten 2, Zearing NE SCO 0 Rockwell City 28, Rolfe 0 Kingsley Pierson JO. Moville Woodbury Central I Neola Tri-Center 12, Griswold 8 State Center West Marshall 20, Nevada 6 Greene 21, Rockwell Swaledale 6 Tama South Tama 35, Saydel 6 Hudson 20. Dike 6 Clear Lake 67, Eagle Grove 6 Hamburg 34. Hastings Nishna Valiev 0 Denison 42, Lake City 0 Maynard West Centro! 49. Elgin Valley 6 Exira 22, Greenfield 6 Colfax 12, Monroe 6 Ogden 38, Somers Cedor Volley 15 ^Woodward-Granger 20. Dallas Center Columbus Junction 44, New London 0 Wall Loke 60, Galva 0 Washington 30, Pleasant Valley 22 Bloomfield Davis Community 21, Win terset 13 Preston 32, Guttenburg 12 Panoro Linden 32, Bridgewater Fontanelle 0 Jewell South Hamilton 26, Roland-Story 24 Baxter 32, Garwin 6 Hartley 20, Alto 8 Oelwein 32, Charles City 18 Aurelia I, Sutherland 6 Brooklyn BGM 35, English Valley 8 Westside Ar-We-Va IS, Mondamin West Harrison 14 Waterloo East 39, Mason City 13 Fairbank Wapsie Valley 13, Jackson Junction Turkey Valley 12 Boone United Community 36, Grand Junction East Greene 0 Sanborn 24, Gruver. Lincoln Central • Leon Central Decatur 16, Seymour I Des Moines North 35, West Des Moines Valley 14 Algona Corrigan 42, Boyden-Hull 6 Emmetsburg 53, Sibley I Estherville 13, Upper laws Postville 36, North 0 Foyette 14, Sumner 12 West Central 49. Valley 6 Central Elkader 48.M-F-L 0. East ( retral lawa LaSalle 20. I C. Regina 0 Beckman 16, Prairie 12. Linn Mar 24, Oskaloosa I. Iowa Valley 14, Benton Comm 6 Other Games Eorly Crestlond 18, Newell Provi dence 0 Logan Magnolia 26, Moorhead Eost Monona 6 Royal Clay Centro! 44, LeMars Cebian 6 Milford 28, Harris-Loke Pork 0 Gillette Grove South Clay JO. Marathon 0 Council Bluffs Lincoln 9, Omaha. Neb, Creighton Prep 3 Clarinda 26, Glenwood 13 Red Oak 15. Shenandoah 6 Atlantic 26, Creston 0 Underwood 32, Shelby 14 Irwin I, Woodbine 7 Eost Peoria, III, 27, Ottumwa 14 Prairie City 14, Eddyville 0 West Burlington 34, Keosauqua Van Buren 28 Minburn Central Dallas 45. Russell 14 Keokuk 26, Fort Madison 20 Olds Waco 17, Argyle Central 7 Sheldon 7, Spirit Lake 13 Linn Grove Sioux Valley 49, Everly 6 Mapleton Maple Volley 26. Odebolt Arthur 21 Rack Valley 34, Hawarden West Sioux 18 Laurens 14, Gilmore City Bradgate 0 Terril 28, Ruthven 14 Battle Creek 14, Loke View Auburn 6 Rock Rapids Central Lyon 20 Inwood West Lyon IO Swea City 34, Fenton Sentral 0 Treynor 12, Oakland 0 Thompson 20, Armstrong IS Olds Waco 17, Central Argyle 7 West Bend 25, Graettinger 6 Council Bluffs Jefferson 20, Omaha, Neb . Ryan 16 Bode Twin Rivers IO, Monson 7 (overtime) Des Moines East 13, Des Moines Lincoln 6 Davenport West 7, Rock Island, III., 0 Davenport Assumption 20, Moline, III, 13 Burlington 35, East Moline, III., 14 Bettendorf 48. Muscatine 6 lowo City 16. Dubuque Hempstead 15 Sterling Newman. Ill . 25, Dewitt 0 Clinton St Moi v s 16, Fulton, III , 14 Goose Loke Northeasl 34, Prophets town, III , 0 Maquoketa 29, Marion 0 Solon 18, Wilton 0 Danville 20, Lone Tree 0 Mediapolis 36. Winfield Mount Union 0 Wapello 14, Morning Sun 0 Cedar Rapids LaSalle 20, Iowa City Regina 0 Burlington Notre Dame 63, Hedrick 0 Stuart Menlo 57. Anita 0 Waterloo Centro! IS, Ames 6 Victor HLV 20, Keota 0 George 28. Akron 0 Aplington 78, New Hartford 6 Paton Churdan 71, Burnside Central Webster 0 Harlan 12, Council Bluffs Lewis Central 0 toke Mills 15. Britt 14 Dows 6. Hubbard 3 Ventura 0, Renwick Boone Valley 6 Farmington Harmony 14, Eldon Cor dmal 12 Radcliffe 46, Gilbert 12 Independence 19, Tipton 0 Decorah 17, Waverly Shell Rock IO Maxwell 58. Mingo 0 LeMars Central 27, Council Bluffs St Albert's 7 , Spencer 12 Storm Loke 28, Cherokee 14 Titonka 8. Woden-Crystal Loke 0 Indianola 40, Runnells Southeast Polk 6 Johnston 17, Huxley Ballard 0 Madrid 38, Waukee 6 Adel 34, Norwalk 6 West Des Moines Dowling 60, Des Moines Roosevelt 6 Farragut 20, College Sorings South Page 6 Glidden Ralston 24, Scranton 14 Knoxville 33, Albia 6 Pella 27, Osceola Clarke 20 Urbandale 29, Boone 20 Fort Dodge 7, Marshalltown 6 Lytton U, Lohrville 12 Centerville I, Chariton 6 Humboldt 26. Webster City 6 Carroll Kuemper 35, Fort Dodge St Edmund's 0 Jefferson 13, Corroll 6 Denison 42, Lake City 0 Ankeny JO. Grinnell 20 Carlisle 40, Alleman North Polk 6 Interstate 35 of Truro 20, Bonduront-Forror Tama South Tama 35, Saydel 6 WoodwardGranger 20. Dallas Center Dallas 14 Ackley Geneva 33, Cedar Falls UNI 7 Allison Bristow 50, Clarksville 0 Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln t, Omoha Creighton Prep 3 Latimer CAL 14, Sheffietd-Chaoin 6 Corwith Wesley 40, Klemme 0 Waterloo Columbus IO. Newton 13 Cumberlond-Mossena 7, Adair Cosey 0 Dysart Geneseo 14, Traer North Tamo 0 Dunkerton 34, Fredericksburg 22 Redfield Dexfteld 52, Earlham 0 Bloomfield Davis Cly 21, Winterset 13 Forest City 51, Osage 0 Alton Floyd Volley 60. Fonda 0 Garner Hayfield 36. Belmond 0 Letts Louiso-Muscatlne 22, Riverside Hy-lond 12 Laporte City IO, Eldora 0 Lynnville Sully 32, Pleasantville 6 Manilla 30, Guthrie Center!) Mallard 41, Sioux Rapids 0 Mount Ayr 26, Afton Eost Union 20 (OT) Marcus 68, Whiting 0 Nashua 19, Manly North Central 6 Blairsburg Northeast Hamilton 42, Alden 12 Packwood Pekin 48, Thornburg Tr|-County 13 Liberty Center Southeast Warren 38, Moravia 8 Schaller 13, Pomeroy 6 Riceville 6, Rockford 0 Buffalo Center 54, Northwood Kensett 20 Sioux City Hee ion 42, Sioux City North Sioux City Eost 20. Sioux Falls, S D , Washington 6 Audubon 46. Perry I? Lawton Bronson- 54, Quimby Willow 0 Algona 71, Iowa Falls 6 Elk Horn Kimballton 12. Walnut 8 Fairfield 25, Mount Pleasant 0 Manning 13, Soc City 9Top Twenty 1 Davenport West (5-0) defeated Rock Island, III 7 0 2 Waterloo Central (5-0) defeated Ames 15-6 3 West Des Moines Dowling (4-1) de teated Des Moines Roosevelt 606 4 Sioux City Heekw (4 1) defeated Sioux City North (3 2) 42 I? 5 Burlington (5-0) defeated Eost Moline, III 35-14 6 Cedar Rapids Washington (3 2) wos defeated by Cedar Rapids Jefferson (4-1) 70 7 Cedar Rapids Jefferson (4 1) defeat ed Cedar Rapids Washington (3 2) 70 8 Cedor Rapids Regis (6-0) defeated Cedar Ropids Kennedy 136 Thursday 9 Fort Dodge (4 1) defeated Marshall town 7-6. 10 Des Moines North (SO) defeated West Des Moines Volley 35 14 11 Iowa City (4-1) defeated Dubuque Hempstead (3 2) 1615 I? Sioux City East (4 1) defeated Sioux Falls, S D , Washington 20 6 13 Fairfield < 5-0) defeated Mount Pleasant 25-0 14 Dubuque Hempstead (32) was defeated bv Iowa City (4 I) 16 IS 15 Webster City (4 1) was defeated bv Humboldt 266 16 Waterloo East (4 1) defeated Mason City 39 13 17 Urbandale (SO) defeated Boone 2928 18 Council Bluffs Jefferson (4 1) de teated Omaha Ryan 20 16 19 Emmetsburg (50) detected Sibley 53 8 20 Sac City (4 I) was defeated by Man nmg 13 9 20 Sioux City North (3 2) wos defeated bv Sioux City Heelan (4 1) 47 12 ;

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