Prep football Week 5: How The Gazette's ranked teams fared

District play kicks off in Class 4A

Iowa City High head coach Dan Sabers talks to members of his team before their high school football game in the
Iowa City High head coach Dan Sabers talks to members of his team before their high school football game in the "Battle for the Boot" at Iowa City West High School in Iowa City on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)

Class 4A

No. 1 West Des Moines Valley beat Fort Dodge, 49-0

No. 2 West Des Moines Dowling beat Sioux City West, 69-6

No. 3 Cedar Rapids Washington beat Cedar Rapids Jefferson, 44-0 (Thursday)

No. 4 Ankeny Centennial beat Des Moines Lincoln, 65-13

No. 5 Lewis Central beat Urbandale, 26-7

No. 6 Iowa City High beat Clinton, 49-28

No. 7 Bettendorf beat No. 8 Muscatine, 44-16

No. 8 Muscatine lost to No. 7 Bettendorf, 44-16

No. 9 Iowa City West lost to Cedar Rapids Prairie, 39-20

No. 10 Waukee beat Des Moines Roosevelt, 48-7

No. 10 Waterloo West beat Waterloo East, 61-7

 

Class 3A

No. 1 Pella beat Grinnell, 49-0

No. 1 Norwalk beat Bondurant-Farrar, 48-10

No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier beat Decorah, 38-6

No. 4 Creston/Orient-Macksburg beat Atlantic, 56-6

No. 5 Carroll beat Winterset, 31-13

No. 6 West Delaware beat DeWitt Central, 28-0

No. 7 Gilbert lost to Boone, 35-15

No. 8 Glenwood beat Denison-Schleswig, 47-14

No. 9 Sergeant Bluff-Luton lost to Spencer, 20-3

No. 10 Solon beat Oskaloosa, 34-3

 

Class 2A

No. 1 North Fayette Valley beat Oelwein, 51-8

No. 2 Union beat Dyersville Beckman, 42-7

No. 3 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley beat Pocahontas Area/L-M, 54-6

No. 3 New Hampton beat Clarion CGD/CAL, 35-6

No. 5 Mount Vernon beat Northeast, 61-14

No. 6 Garner-Hayfield/Ventura beat Hampton-Dumont, 42-14

No. 7 Waukon beat Waterloo Columbus, 43-7

No. 8 Carroll Kuemper beat Underwood, 29-6

No. 9 South Central Calhoun beat Clarinda, 48-14

No. 10 Williamsburg beat Mediapolis, 48-6

 

Class 1A

No. 1 Iowa City Regina beat Highland, 36-0

No. 2 Pella Christian beat Mount Ayr, 62-7

No. 3 Hinton lost to No. 8 Western Christian, 26-14

No. 4 West Lyon beat Alta-Aurelia, 60-7

No. 5 Denver beat Belmond-Klemme, 48-0

No. 5 Van Meter beat Eagle Grove, 49-0

No. 7 Madrid beat Ogden, 56-14

No. 8 Western Christian beat No. 3 Hinton, 26-14

No. 9 West Branch lost to Bellevue, 26-13

No. 10 Wilton beat Louisa-Muscatine, 36-0

 

Class A

No. 1 Gladbrook-Reinbeck beat BGM, 42-14

No. 2 Saint Ansgar beat West Fork, 41-21

No. 3 Algona Garrigan beat Marcus MMCRU, 56-0

No. 4 West Sioux beat West Monona, 62-12

No. 5 Council Bluffs St. Albert beat Earlham, 49-0

No. 6 Lynnville-Sully beat Winfield-Mount Union, 44-6

No. 7 West Hancock beat Grundy Center, 44-26

No. 8 Lisbon lost to East Buchanan, 44-20

No. 9 Hudson beat Garwin GMG, 43-0

No. 9 Akron-Westfield lost to Westwood, 42-40

 

8-Player

No. 1 Don Bosco lost to Elkader Central, 44-34

No. 2 Audubon beat River Valley, 73-14

No. 3 Fremont-Mills beat Essex, 71-0

No. 4 Lone Tree (5-0) was idle

No. 5 Bedford beat Wayne, 46-6

No. 6 Turkey Valley beat Ackley AGWSR, 62-8

No. 7 Coon Rapids-Bayard beat Charter Oak-Ute, 61-6

No. 8 Harris-Lake Park beat Siouxland Christian-Whiting, 75-6

No. 9 Newell-Fonda beat Remsen St. Mary’s, 40-12

No. 10 Ruthven GTRA beat Kingsley-Pierson, 68-7

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