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Rebels run roughshod on Thunder

October 1, 2016 GLADBROOK — The Gladbrook-Reinbeck football team averaged 12.5 yards per play in throttling Grand View Christian 63-7 on Friday in Class A District 5 play. more »»

Ex-Spartan honored by D2Football

September 30, 2016 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Truman State punter Brock Rohler was named the D2Footbal. more »»

Indianola’s pass attack the focus for Bobcats

September 29, 2016 A week after falling 45-14 to Newton, the Marshalltown football team is reeling to find the answers to a lost fight. more »»

STC football outscores Vikings, 46-29

September 27, 2016 VINTON — The South Tama football team piled up 393 yards of total offense to score a 46-29, Class 3A District 3 victory against Vinton-Shellsburg on Friday night. more »»

Second-ranked Rebels rough up BGM

September 26, 2016 BROOKLYN — The Class A No. 2 Gladbrook-Reinbeck football team continued its dominance with a 42-14 win against BGM on the road Friday night. more »»

Newton runs by Bobcats, 45-14

September 24, 2016 NEWTON — Coming in to Friday night’s Class 4A District 4 opener with Newton, the Marshalltown defense knew it was going to have to contain a complex running offense. more »»

Spartan defense can’t withstand No. 8 Eagles

September 24, 2016 GRUNDY CENTER — Bryce Flater and the Spartan offense did what needed to be done Friday night. Unfortunate for the Grundy Center football team, the Eagles did what needed to be done a little better. more »»

Tigers take down A-P in 2OT

September 24, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Kolten Rewoldt connected with Kevin Rewoldt for touchdowns in both overtimes, and Michael Halsey’s extra-point kick in the second extra session proved to be the deciding point as South... more »»

Britten leads Royals at Roland-Story

September 24, 2016 STORY CITY — The Colo-NESCO girls’ cross country team came away with fourth place in the 14-team Roland-Story Norseman Invite on Thursda. more »»

Bobcat gridders visit unbeaten Newton for district opener

September 22, 2016 Stop the run, win the game. A simple game plan that could lead to the first district win for the Bobcats since Oct. 2 of last year. more »»

ISU’s ground game shows signs of life

September 20, 2016 AMES — To head coach Matt Campbell, there isn’t a guy who exemplifies Iowa State football more than Brian Seda. more »»

Wahawks spoil MHS Homecoming

September 17, 2016 In a complete 180 of their contest against Waterloo East, the West side of the same city spoiled the Bobcats’ Homecoming fun, delivering a 41-7 loss Friday night. more »»

Dons deny AGWSR upset

September 17, 2016 ACKLEY — When a team lines up against Don Bosco, it knows what its going up against. Even if the two teams have never faced off in the past. more »»

Spartans stomp No. 8 Knights

September 17, 2016 MASON CITY — Grundy Center senior tailback Bryce Flater carried 30 times for 282 yards and six touchdowns, helping the Spartans send Class A No. more »»

Seventy-point performance propels Bobcats into Homecoming

September 15, 2016 Heading into the Homecoming game Friday night against Waterloo West, the Marshalltown football team couldn’t be more focused. more »»

Defense delivers as AGWSR stays perfect

September 12, 2016 RICEVILLE — The AGWSR defense allowed only 88 yards of total offense and the 8-Man No. more »»

Bobcats blast past East, 70-0

September 10, 2016 WATERLOO — The Marshalltown football team played through soggy conditions and posted the third-most points in school history in a 70-0 rout of Waterloo East on Friday night at Memorial Stadiu. more »»

Trojans drop district tussle

September 10, 2016 STATE CENTER — The mistakes will be noted, assessed and corrected. But the effort will also be recognized. more »»

Gimbel gains NSIC Player of Week honor

September 7, 2016 BURNSVILLE, Minn. more »»

Area products make instant impact

September 5, 2016 AMES — In his first start for the Northern Iowa football team, West Marshall graduate Duncan Ferch tallied four total tackles, three of them solo, in the Panthers’ 25-20 win against Iowa State on... more »»



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