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Royals, Rebels ousted; South Tama survives

October 30, 2012
By TIMES-REPUBLICAN STAFF (sports@timesrepublican.com) , Times-Republican

MURRAY - An early 30-point hole proved too much for the Colo-NESCO football team (7-4) to overcome in a 64-40 loss to No. 2 ranked Murray (11-0) in eight-man second round action Monday.

Austin Halls tossed four touchdowns - all to Cody Scroggie - and ran for two more to lead the Mustangs past the Royals for the second time this season. Murray won the previous meeting 87-44 at Colo in Week 8.

A 59-yard scamper from Adam Lytle pulled the Royals within 30-16 but Colo-NESCO couldn't draw any closer the rest of the night. Leading 44-28 midway through the third, Murray put the game out of reach when Halls raced 28 yards to paydirt for his final score of the evening, giving the Mustangs a 58-28 advantage to close the quarter.

Brandyn Niemeyer paced the Royals with three touchdowns including a 64-yard kickoff return. Niemeyer finished with 203 yards rushing on 33 carries, while Lytle tacked on 90 yards. Tyler Erickson added 55 yards, highlighted by a 53-yard scoring run.

Murray advances to the quarterfinals to host ninth-ranked Adair-Casey (10-1).

Wapsie Valley 48, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 20

Fact Box

Monday's Second Round

Class 3A

Bishop Heelan Catholic 57, Spencer 35

Central Clinton 28, Marion 13

Lewis Central 22, Carroll 19

Decorah 35, Solon 10

Grinnell 33, Clear Lake 10

South Tama County 21, Humboldt 12

Williamsburg 54, Pella 27

Winterset 27, Washington 21

Class 2A

Dyersville Beckman 21, New Hampton 0

Bondurant-Farrar 33, Mid-Prairie 0

Boyden-Hull 45, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 7

Kuemper Catholic 32, North Polk 7

Mediapolis 42, West Liberty 6

Spirit Lake 43, Sheldon 7

Waukon 21, Union, La Porte City 14

West Marshall 27, Nevada 7

Class 1A

Aplington-Parkersburg 49, S. Winneshiek 22

Dike-New Hartford 26, Sumner-F'burg 7

Emmetsburg 28, FD St. Edmond 0

IKM-Manning 28, South O'Brien 17

Maquoketa Valley 48, Wilton 20

Mount Ayr 21, Ogden 14

Iowa City Regina 27, West Branch 9

Council Bluffs St. Albert 42, Van Meter 7

8-MAN

Adair-Casey 52, HLV, Victor 20

Clarksville 46, Preston 30

Don Bosco 48, Springville 42

Exira/EHK 56, Coon Rapids-Bayard 7

Glidden-Ralston 42, Sidney 23

MMC, Marcus 55, Laurens-Marathon 25

Murray 64, Colo-NESCO 40

Newell-Fonda 47, Harris-Lake Park 7

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Friday's Quarterfinals

CLASS 3A

Lewis Central (9-2) at Bishop Heelan Catholic (10-1), at Memorial Stadium, Sioux City

South Tama (9-2) at Grinnell (11-0)

Central Clinton (8-3) at Decorah (11-0)

Winterset (8-3) at Williamsburg (10-1)

CLASS 1A

Emmetsburg (10-1) at IKM/Manning (11-0)

Mount Ayr (11-0) at Council Bluffs St. Albert (10-1)

Aplington-Parkersburg (9-2) at Dike-New Hartford (11-0)

Maquoketa Valley (10-1) at Iowa City Regina (11-0)

CLASS A

Hinton (8-3) at Akron-Westfield (10-1)

Logan-Magnolia (10-1) at Woodward-Granger (11-0)

North Tama (10-1) at Wapsie Valley (11-0), at Fairbank

BGM, Brooklyn (9-2) at Lynnville-Sully (9-2)

8-MAN

MMC, Marcus (11-0) at Newell-Fonda (11-0)

Glidden-Ralston (9-2) at Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (11-0)

Clarksville (10-1) at Don Bosco (10-0), at Gilbertville

Adair-Casey (10-1) at Murray (11-0)

FAIRBANK - Second-ranked Wapsie Valley returned three of its four interceptions for touchdowns in advancing past Gladbrook-Reinbeck.

The Warriors' Tyler Odneal rushed for 233 yards and three first-half TDs in a runaway victory. Wapsie Valley hosts No. 5 North Tama (10-1) Friday.

G-R's Trevor Trunck was 19-for-35 passing for 193 yards with a 12-yard TD pass to Jackson Clark but four interceptions. Trunck ran 71 yards for a Rebel touchdown.

Colt Dinsdale had six catches for 66 yards, while Chase Clark had 54 rushing yards as G-R finished 6-5.

South Tama 21, Humboldt 12

HUMBOLDT - Kyle Stephenson ran for 256 yards as No. 9 South Tama moved into the Class 3A quarterfinals with a 21-12 win over host Humboldt.

Sam Kuhter and Erik Lux both rushed for touchdowns, and Kuhter connected with Vinny Lasley for another as the Trojans (9-2) gained a second shot at No. 2 Grinnell. The Tigers (11-0), who beat Clear Lake 33-10, will host Friday's quarterfinal.

 
 

 

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