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MHS seeks to end five-game skid on Homecoming

October 9, 2014 The Fort Dodge football team’s strength has been a weakness for the Bobcats this season. The Dodgers have rushed 1,507 yards in their first six games, which is the eighth-best total in Class 4A. more »»

Cougars pound Denver to remain undefeated

October 5, 2014 DENVER — Levi Stockdale continued to pile up the rushing yards for the AGWSR football team Friday night. more »»

Mohawks’ magic downs Marshalltown

October 4, 2014 MASON CITY — Mason City completed just three passes against Marshalltown’s defense on Friday night. Unfortunately, the last one ended up being the game-winne. more »»

PCM spoils Trojans’ Homecoming hopes

October 4, 2014 STATE CENTER — For a majority of the first half, nearly all was well with Homecoming. more »»

Rebels run rampant on Redhawks

October 4, 2014 TRAER — Gladbrook-Reinbeck handed North Tama its worst defeat in series history, clubbing the Redhawks 50-7 in Friday’s Class A District 4 clash. more »»

MHS tries to get out of funk against winless Mohawks

October 2, 2014 Even though the Bobcats have dropped four games in a row and been outscored 96-2 in their last two games, the Marshalltown football team still expects to make the long trek to Mason City on Friday... more »»

Redhawks can’t keep up with Denver

September 28, 2014 DENVER — Brody Hulme rushed for a touchdown and Riley Rohach caught one, but the North Tama football team couldn’t stop Denver’s ground attack in a 54-14 loss to the Cyclones in Class A District 4... more »»

Mistake-plagued Bobcats lose fourth straight

September 27, 2014 Marshalltown coach Aaron Shipley knew it would take a near perfect effort from his Bobcats to upset Class 4A No. 5 Waukee in the district opener Friday nigh. more »»

Trojans turn away South Hardin, 45-6

September 27, 2014 TAMA — The takeaways were so plentiful, Jay Hoskey lost count. And the Trojan coach wished he could have rationed one out for the week befor. more »»

Cougars chew up Comets

September 27, 2014 CONRAD — The top rushing team in the state was at it again. Class A No. more »»

Bobcats hope to end three-game losing streak against fifth-ranked Waukee

September 25, 2014 Aaron Shipley isn’t focused on a pair of injuries that could slow down the Waukee attack Friday nigh. more »»

Cougars chew up Wapsie Valley; Union slips by STC

September 21, 2014 ACKLEY — Through four games, the AGWSR football team hasn’t been challenged. more »»

Punchless Bobcats KO’d by Ames

September 20, 2014 AMES — Marshalltown’s inability to convert third downs on offense eventually caught up to the Bobcat defense Friday night. And the offense as a whole still has a lot of work to do. more »»

Rebels hit stride, rip Denver 43-0

September 20, 2014 GLADBROOK — The Rebels have been known for slow starts and strong finishe. more »»

Redhawks overcome turnovers in win

September 20, 2014 CONRAD — North Tama (2-2, 1-1) hung on in the second half to win 14-12 over Class A District 4 foe BCLUW (2-2, 0-2) Friday despite committing six turnovers. more »»

Bobcats look to level out against longest running rival

September 19, 2014 Losing two straight games that they had a chance to win will probably be enough motivation for the Marshalltown football team moving forward. more »»

STC football rolls Cadets to go to 3-0

September 15, 2014 TAMA — The South Tama football team improved to 3-0 by opening Class 2A District 6 play with a 27-14 win over Iowa Falls-Alden late Friday night. more »»

’Dogs slip past ’Cats in OT

September 13, 2014 OTTUMWA — The statistics will show that Marshalltown’s football team probably shouldn’t have reached overtime against Ottumwa. more »»

Royals scamper past Warriors, 70-34

September 13, 2014 COLO — Christian Reischauer was the ultimate weapon on the field Friday. The Royals are winning this season because they’re wielding more than one. more »»

Eighth-ranked Rebels rip up BCLUW

September 13, 2014 CONRAD — A fourth-down conversion on its opening possession helped spark the Gladbrook-Reinbeck football team’s runaway victory over BCLUW in Friday’s Class A District 4 opener. more »»

 
 
 

 

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