Sept 22 Football Recaps

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Fremont-Mills 54 Essex 0

Mason Vanatta rushed four times for 148 yards and two scores for Fremont-Mills in a 54-0 win over Essex.  Andrew Hontz scored on a fumble recovery on the first play of the game for the Knights who never looked back

Colton Hauschild picked off two passes for the Knights who remain in the hunt for a playoff spot in the District seven race. 

Sidney 94 CAM 46

It was a marathon first half that took two hours.  Sidney scored the first eight times they had the ball and CAM scored six of the first eight and somewhere around nine o clock halftime arrived with the score 60-38 in favor of the Cowboys.

Bryson Duncan ended all doubt by running the second half kickoff back for a touchdown.  Duncan finished the night with 254 yards on 18 carries.  Cody Dupre added 100 yards on five carries and two scores.  Tate Thompson, Leighton Whipple and Cameron Whitehead all added rushing touchdowns for Sidney who remains unbeaten on the season at 5-0.

Cam QB Thomas Hensley piled up 346 yards of passing and added another 78 yards on the ground for the injury riddled Cougars who drop their second consecutive game. 

Elk Horn-Kimballton 70 Clarinda Academy 38

Comfortable win for Elk Horn who remains in position to fight for a playoff spot in the district seven race.  Elk Horn heads into the tough stretch of its schedule with games against Woodbine, Fremont-Mills and CAM ahead. 

Woodbine 42 East Mills 22

Michael Schafer and the new pass oriented East Mills offense racked up 256 yards passing Friday night in Woodbine but it just wasn't enough to to stay with Joey Wolf and the Tigers.

Wolf piled up 239 yards rushing on 32 carries and Wyatt Pryor threw three touchdown passes for Woodbine who improves to 3-2 on the season and 2-1 in the district to remain in contention for a playoff spot. 

Dylan Schroeder caught eight passes for 110 yards and a score for the Wolverines who drop to 1-4 on the season.

Stanton 66 Murray 8

Keegan Day threw five scoring strikes on only seven attempts Friday for Stanton who improved to 5-1 on the season with an easy win over Murray.  Easton Hultman caught two touchdown passes and Drake Johnson ran back an interception 75 yards for a score for the Vikings who improve to 3-0 in the district six standings.