SSI Weekend Football Headlines



Congratulations to SC North and head coach Mitch Mohr as they moved to (4-2) on the year with a solid 21-18 victory over visiting Waukee. The Stars took a 14-8 halftime lead and held off the Warriors in the fourth quarter to put themselves in the mix for a playoff berth with this victory. Dynamic senior WR Desmond Grace scored twice for the Stars. The Stars will play at (1-4) Johnston Dragons this Friday who have lost three straight contests having allowed (100) points defensively and scoring only (23) points on offense.








#8 SBL now (5-1) played much sharper this week in a 39-14 road win over Sioux Center. The Warrior victory sets the stage for a huge match-up at home versus (6-0) #2 ranked Boyden Hull Rock Valley this Friday who has outscored its opposition to the tune of (258-56) this season. The Nighthawks closest win was a 34-13 win over Western Christian to open the season. Junior Warrior QB Tyler Smith continues his brilliant campaign having completed (100-145) passes at a (69%) completion rate and throwing (13) touchdowns. Dueling with Smith in the opposite offensive huddle will be BHRV senior QB Tanner Te Slaa (48-73) passing (65%) with (13) touchdowns. This game should be a dandy.









#3 Woodbury Central continues to roll as they defeated Westwood (42-0). The Wildcats defense held the state's leading rusher Jackson Dewald to a season low (93) yards rushing and locked down the Rebel offense to only (103) total yards on the night. Wildcat junior RB Max McGill rushed for (93) yards and (3) scores. QB Dallas Kluender was (14-19) passing (73%) for (223) yards and (3) touchdowns. Senior WR Kaleb Bleil had (4) receptions for (88) yards and (1) score. The Wildcats now (6-0) play host to Tri-Center (3-3) and Westwood (3-3) will play host to Missouri Valley (1-5) this Friday.









The #6 West Sioux Falcons now (5-1) raced out to a 28-0 halftime lead and scored in all four quarters as they cruised to a 42-0 victory over the Ridge View Raptors (3-3). The Falcons led by junior QB Dylan Wiggins racked up (497) offensive yards and held the Raptors to a total of (120) yards on offense. Wiggins has now passed for (1,116) yards and (16) touchdowns on the season. The Falcons junior RB Brady Lynott has caught fire in leading the team with (25) receptions and (6) touchdowns. Junior RB Carter Bultman has been a steady work horse in the backfield piling up (582) yards on the ground and (6) touchdowns. The Falcons visit (0-6) Sibley Ocheyedan this Friday night.








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