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Second-round playoff roundup
Nov. 3, 2014 10:14 pm, Updated: Nov. 3, 2014 11:38 pm
The third-ranked South Winneshiek totaled a school-record 415 rushing yards while improving to 10-1 and advancing to the Class 1A quarterfinals with a 38-14 win over North Cedar last night in a high school football playoff game in Calmar.
Jordan Rommes scored twice for the Warriors, on a run and a pass from Ryan Hageman. Christian Kleve, Treyton Jacobsen and Logan Schwienefus also scored for the Warriors.
Jayden Johnson had a pair of TD passes — to Ian Mallaby and Trever Greene — for North Cedar, which finishes 9-2.
— Darin Svenson, correspondent
DON BOSCO 66, TURKEY VALLEY 0
— Colby Yoder was hard pressed to name one player who stood out for the top-ranked Dons. To name one, Yoder said, would lessen what he thought was one of the best team effort his team gave all season.
Mason Svoboda rushed for 249 yards and four touchdowns and passed for another to lead the Dons (11-0) offensively.
Defensively, Don Bosco held Turkey Valley to just 102 yards.
— Waterloo Courier
GLADBROOK-REINBECK 56, BGM 14
— The Rebels built a 42-0 halftime lead and finished with 575 total yards of offense, led by Eric Stoakes' 170 rushing yards, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Class A playoffs.
ELKADER CENTRAL 44, NORTHWOOD-KENSETT 20
— Derek Ehrhardt threw for 185 yards and two touchdowns for Central and Nathan Fitzgerald rushed 126 yards and a pair of TDs on 22 carries for the Warriors.
HLV 52, JANESVILLE 51 — The Warriors handed the No. 2 Wildcats their first loss the season when Janesville fumbled while attempting a spike to stop the clock.
NEW HAMPTON 26, UNION COMMUNITY 20 — Alex Troyna connected with Tucker Tenge on a 37-yard TD pass with 3:06 remaining for the Chickasaws' winning score in a Class 2A playoff matchup.
Troyna completed 11 of 20 passes for 153 yards and two touchdowns and Connor Frerichs totaled 170 yards on 30 carries.
Union's Brady Driscol was 10-for-22 for 297 yards and rushed for a touchdown and threw for two.
DENVER 22, MAQUOKETA VALLEY 20:
WASHINGTON (IA) 46, CARLISLE 20: