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North Fayette Valley beats Decorah, 14-0


The skies opened up here a couple of times tonight, which was pretty much deja vu all over again. More>>

Waverly-Shell Rock dumps Waterloo West 31-13


One of the great benefits of the new 4A district formation is that 3A schools now play 4A teams.

Solon upsets Regina in stunner overtime, 29-28


There was a great matchup Friday night as the four-time defending 1-A State Champion Iowa City Regina, who is riding a state record 56-game win streak, met a Solon team that advanced to the 3-A State Semifinals. More>>

W. Delaware steamrolls W. Dubuque


The W. Delaware Hawks got off to a strong start and kept rolling as the Hawks took down W. Dubuque Friday. More>>

Don Bosco steamrolls Midland, 38-0 Video included


Don Bosco has lost several key players from last year's perfect 14-and-0 season including all-everything quarterback Jake Hogan. More>>

Cedar Rapids Washington turns tide on Jefferson, 43-26 Video included


A cross-town rivalry turned into Mother Nature's playground at Kingston Stadium in Cedar Rapids. More>>

Union tops Gladbrook-Reinbeck 25-7 Video included


Gladbrook-Reinbeck played host to the Union Knights on Friday night. More>>

New Hampton crests Crestwood 42-0 Video included


Both Crestwood and New Hampton made the playoffs in 2013. More>>

Independence beats Columbus, 32-0 Video included


Independence scored 21-points in the 4th quarter to beat Columbus, 32-0 Friday night, andspoil the coaching debut of former Sailor all-state quarterback, Brad Schmit. Schmit, who led the Sailors to a state championship in 2004, returns to his alma mater as the Sailor's Head Coach, replacing Aundra Meeks, who left Columbus, and is now coaching at West Des Moines Dowling. Independence got a great night from senior running back, Chase Straw. Straw, also a great wrestling for the Mustangs, ran fo... More>>

Dons Begin a New Era Video included


Don Bosco has lost several key players from last year's perfect 14 and 0 season including all-everything Quarterback Jake Hogan.

Wapsie Valley wins over Starmont 28-12 Video included


A nice Class A match-up, as Starmont visited Wapsie Valley.

High school football games may be off to a wet start tonight


Those headed to football games tonight might want to bring an umbrella along. More>>

Touching Tribute: Western Dubuque's opponent wearing Bobcat Strong shirts


It's a Bobcat Strong show of support from a competing school. More>>

Dike-New Hartford whips A-P 27-7 in AG Bowl

Dike-New Hartford whips A-P 27-7 in AG Bowl Video included


Dike-New Hartford took advantage of five Aplington-Parkersburg turnovers and a muffed punt to beat the Falcons 27-7 in the AG Bowl at Ed Thomas Field in Parkersburg.  More>>

Western Dubuque football team honors four boys killed in crash


The Western Dubuque High School Freshman football team paid a special tribute to the four boys killed earlier this month in a horrific crash. More>>

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