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Iowa high school football Week 7: How the ranked teams fared

Marcus Morgan of Iowa City West tosses a touchdown pass to Damarion Williams during the first half of play at Trojan Fie
Marcus Morgan of Iowa City West tosses a touchdown pass to Damarion Williams during the first half of play at Trojan Field on Friday, October 9, 2020. (Justin Torner/Freelance for the Gazette)

The final week of the 2020 Iowa high school football regular season didn't bring us quite as many marquee matchups as last week, but there were still some notable games on the schedule, especially out west.

In both Class 3A and Class 2A, the No. 3 and No. 4-ranked teams, all undefeated, collided. Harlan knocked off Lewis Central in 3A and Central Lyon-GLR rallied to beat West Lyon in the Beef Bowl in 2A.

Here’s a look at how all the teams ranked in this week’s Gazette/KGYM poll fared Friday night.

CLASS 4A

No. 1 Southeast Polk beat Johnston, 28-10

No. 2 Urbandale lost to No. 5 Waukee, 38-17

No. 3 West Des Moines Dowling beat Fort Dodge, 49-14 (Thursday)

No. 4 Ankeny beat Indianola, 45-14

No. 5 Waukee beat No. 2 Urbandale, 38-17

No. 6 Iowa City West beat Cedar Rapids Kennedy, 48-21

No. 7 Pleasant Valley beat Davenport North, 40-7 (Thursday)

No. 8 Dubuque Hempstead beat Waterloo West, 52-14

No. 9 Cedar Rapids Prairie beat Cedar Rapids Washington, 57-21

No. 10 Cedar Falls beat Linn-Mar, 35-14

 

CLASS 3A

No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier beat Benton Community, 39-0

No. 2 Dallas Center-Grimes beat Winterset, 21-17

No. 3 Lewis Central lost to No. 4 Harlan, 28-10

No. 4 Harlan beat No. 3 Lewis Central, 28-10

No. 5 Washington beat Keokuk, 62-8

No. 6 Davenport Assumption beat Dubuque Wahlert, 38-0

No. 7 Webster City beat Boone, 69-14

No. 8 Sergeant Bluff-Luton lost to Spencer, 27-24

No. 9 West Delaware beat Waterloo East, 62-6

No. 10 North Scott beat Clinton, 50-0

 

CLASS 2A

No. 1 Monroe PCM beat Clarke, 70-21

No. 2 Williamsburg beat Central Lee, 59-0

No. 3 West Lyon lost to No. 4 Central Lyon-GLR, 20-16

No. 4 Central Lyon-GLR beat No. 3 West Lyon, 20-16

No. 5 Waukon beat North Fayette Valley, 48-22

No. 6 Solon beat Center Point-Urbana, 41-14

No. 7 West Marshall beat Iowa Falls-Alden, 47-7

No. 8 Mount Vernon beat South Tama, 41-27

No. 8 Spirit Lake beat Garner GHV, 42-0

No. 10 Camanche beat Maquoketa, 42-7

No. 10 Estherville Lincoln Central beat Cherokee, 62-0

 

CLASS 1A

No. 1 Ida Grove OABCIG beat Treynor, 57-20

No. 2 Van Meter beat Woodward-Granger, 41-0

No. 3 Sigourney-Keota beat Cardinal, 68-8

No. 4 South Hamilton beat Aplington-Parkersburg, 40-14

No. 5 Underwood beat Missouri Valley, 63-0

No. 6 Emmetsburg lost to Western Christian, 10-7

No. 7 Southeast Valley beat Pocahontas Area, 26-20

No. 8 South Central Calhoun beat Belmond-Klemme, 44-7

No. 9 West Sioux beat Sibley-Ocheyedan, 42-0

No. 10 Waterloo Columbus beat Denver, 21-14

 

CLASS A

No. 1 Grundy Center beat Belle Plaine, 42-0

No. 1 Iowa City Regina beat Highland, 56-19

No. 3 Saint Ansgar beat Lake Mills, 20-16

No. 4 Edgewood-Colesburg beat Maquoketa Valley, 44-14

No. 4 MFL MarMac beat Postville, 60-0

No. 6 South Winneshiek beat Starmont, 35-0

No. 7 Logan-Magnolia beat IKM-Manning, 35-6

No. 7 Wapsie Valley beat Clayton Ridge, 49-6

No. 9 West Hancock beat Manson Northwest Webster, 48-0

No. 10 Council Bluffs St. Albert beat Sidney, 57-20

 

8-PLAYER

No. 1 Don Bosco beat Lansing Kee, 62-6

No. 2 Remsen St. Mary’s beat Kingsley-Pierson, 48-13

No. 3 Audubon was idle

No. 4 Anita CAM beat Stanton/Essex, 34-20

No. 5 Fremont-Mills lost to Central Valley (Neb.), 25-16

No. 6 Montezuma beat Lone Tree, 62-24

No. 7 Easton Valley beat Dunkerton, 57-0

No. 8 Coon Rapids-Bayard beat Glidden-Ralston, 49-0

No. 9 Janesville beat Rockford, 70-30

No. 10 Newell-Fonda beat Ruthven GTRA, 55-6

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