PREP FOOTBALL: Rebels run roughshod on GMG

Hunter Lott

Hunter Lott

GARWIN — The Gladbrook-Reinbeck football extended its current winning streak to 26-straight games with a 46-0 route of GMG on the road Friday night.

Hunter Lott had two passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown and a fumble return for a touchdown for the Class A No. 2 Rebels, while Josh Peterson ran for 66 yards and scored two touchdowns on the ground.

Matt Johannsen reeled in three passes for 113 yards with a touchdown, and Walker Thede had five grabs for 59 yards and another score. Thede also made a 44-yard field goal in the third quarter.

G-R (4-0) held the Wolverines (0-4) to 65 yards of total offense and forced four turnovers on the night.

Brock Baldazo led GMG in receiving with 20 yards while Cade Bovenmyer had 23 yards on the ground. Adam Cox also chipped in an interception for the Wolverines.

PHOTO BY ADAM RING/AMES TRIBUNE

PHOTO BY ADAM RING/AMES TRIBUNE

Grundy Center 35, Newman Catholic 20

GRUNDY CENTER — The Grundy Center football rolled to another victory on the year with a 35-20 win at home over Newman Catholic Friday night.

Caleb Kuiper ran for 120 yards off 31 carries for the Spartans while the team amassed 275 total yards on the ground against the Knights. Drew Rathe also had a 51-yard interception return for a score as the Grundy Center defense forced four total turnovers by Newman Catholic. Rathe also caught a 20-yard passing touchdown from Jake Bangasser for the game’s opening score.

East Marshall 24, Roland-Story 42

STORY CITY — The East Marshall football team lost to Roland-Story on the road Friday in a 42-24 decision.

Tyler DeBondt was 18-for-33 with 216 yards through the air and a touchdown, while Logan Nicholson had 11 catches for 153 yards and two scores. Cole Nauman also had a good day catching the ball, with four receptions for 91 yards.

Colo-NESCO 80, Melcher-Dallas 18

COLO — The Colo-NESCO football team won in a route over Melcher-Dallas Friday night, taking down the Saints 80-18 at home.

Phillip Bauer had 190 yards and five touchdowns on the ground, while Garrett Packer had 120 yards and two scores rushing. The Royals (3-1) had 416 yards rushing as a team in the win.

Colo-NESCO also forced four turnovers by Melcher-Dallas (3-1), including three interceptions.

Meskwaki 20, HLV 57

VICTOR — The Meskwaki football lost to HLV on the road Friday night by a score of 57-20.

The Warriors (0-4) had 162 yards of total offense in the matchup, 133 through the air and 29 on the ground. Tate Bear was 7-23 for 133 yards and two touchdowns passing, while Noah Seymour caught six of those balls for 126 yards and both scores.

Meskwaki was led defensively by Jovani Victor and Sanford Kapayou, who each had three solo tackles.