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Waukon turns the tables on New Hampton 36-0

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Another big rematch in class 2-a, unbeaten New Hampton hosts Waukon..
    Chickasaw fans fired up.
    Waukon would strike first.
    Parker Hesse on the quarterback keeper, starts left, cuts back inside, dodges a couple of defenders and he's headed to paydirt and the Indians are on the board first.
    After a defensive stop, the Indians on the move again and it's that man Hesse - down the right side, 28 yards later into the end zone and it's 13-0.
    Fans who made the trip are glad they did.
    Chickasaws would fumble the ensuing kickoff and the indians make them pay.
    Hesse with the nice fake, and he goes up top and it comes down to Marshall Lyons.
    21-0 Waukon.
    Chickasaws finally force a punt and watch this, it lands at the five, takes a left turn and Wyatt Willie with the dive to pin the Chickasaws inside the five.
    Indian fans smelling a trip to the semifinals.
    New Hampton backed up and it's a bad snap on the punt and Marcus Weymiller falls on it in the end zone to make it 29-zip...And Waukon rolls 36-nothing.

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