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Chickasaws host Vinton-Shellsburg

(New Hampton)--KWWL Tenth ranked New Hampton enters the playoffs playing its best football of the season reeling off seven straight wins after opening the year with two losses. The Chickasaws hosted a Vinton-Shellsburg team that came in with a three game winning streak.

New Hampton made quick work in this sub-state game of the Vikings. After a quick pick, only three plays into the game, number 25 Brock Boeding, would only need one play, 30-yards and nine seconds to give the Chickasaws the lead.

The Vikings would go three and out giving the Chickasaws a short field once again.  Starting on the Vikings 30-yard line and one perfect pitch later Boeding would be off to the races for an 18-yard gain, setting up a one yard touchdown by Boeding making it 14-zero Chickasaws with six minutes still in the first.

A couple of minutes later the Chickasaws were on the move again. Alec lang, the star last week, finds a hole for a 13-yard run. Two plays later, it's Lang again, off the left side in for the touchdown...the extra point made it 21-zero New Hampton with seconds left in the first.

The Vikings were unable to move the ball to begin the second quarter and the Chickasaws wasted little time going 50-yards in six-plays capped off with a 4-yard touchdown run by non-other than Boeding...making it 28-zip chickasaws.

Boeding would take it one more time before half time, breaking tackles on this way to another touchdown run from 25-yards out making it 34-zero. Boeding would leave the game with 15 carries for 202 total yards and five touchdowns. 

The final: Chickasaws - 48, Vikings - 7 

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