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Dike-New Hartford rolls past Aplington-Parkersburg 34-14

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Round one went to Dike-New Hartford in a dogfight that went right down to the wire, the Wolverines skipped the drama in round 2 rolling over Aplington-Parkersburg 34-14.  D-NH's win came just 2 weeks after they just squeaked by the Falcons 36-35 in a regular season, double overtime thriller.

The Wolverine defense did their job nearly flawlessly, forcing 5 Aplington-Parkersburg turnovers in the ballgame.  Offensively, Terry Mooty ran for a pair of touchdowns, while quarterback Carson Parker accounted for the other 2.  Parker opened the scoring with a one yard touchdown on a sneak in the first quarter.  He also hit Levi Lynch on 12 yard scoring strike in the first quarter.

The Falcons scoring came on 5 yard run from Brady Frey in the second quarter, while quarterback Kollin Cuvelier found Dakota Cox in the fourth quarter for the final score of the day.

Second ranked Dike-New Hartford advances the semi-finals against #1 Iowa City Regina on Saturday, November 10, in the UNI-Dome.

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