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High School Football

MHS can’t catch Cardinals, 49-28

Friday’s Marshalltown football Homecoming matchup with Newton was a tale of two halves for the Bobcats. In the first half, after taking advantage of an opening-drive fumble by the Cardinals to take a 7-0 lead, MHS allowed Newton to roll off 28-straight points to take a 21-point lead. ...

PREP FOOTBALL: Second-ranked Rebels overcome early deficit

GLADBROOK — Hunter Lott threw five touchdown passes to help Class A No. 2 Gladbrook-Reinbeck overcome an early deficit en route to a 38-13 win against BGM in Friday’s District 5 win. The Rebels (5-0, 3-0) extended their win streak to 27 consecutive games despite trailing the visiting ...

Bobcats look for win over rival Newton on Homecoming

Homecoming week presents an interesting challenge for sports teams, particularly the football team, who’s game is one of the main attraction for all the festivities. Lost in the pageantry and celebration sometimes is the fact that there is a team coming in to town to try and wreck the ...

Wahawks pull away from MHS, 56-14

WATERLOO — Waterloo West wasted no time in taking control after it appeared Marshalltown was going to run stride-for-stride with the Wahawks. Cade Dodd threw five touchdown passes in the first half and Waterloo West scored 43 unanswered points to break an early tie en route to a 56-14 ...

BCLUW falls to Central Springs on Homecoming

CONRAD — Things couldn’t have started much better for the BCLUW football team on Friday night in its homecoming match against Central Springs. On the opening drive to start the first quarter, the Comets marched down the field and capped things off with a 30-yard touchdown strike from ...

PREP FOOTBALL: Rebels run roughshod on GMG

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 ...