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GAME OF THE WEEK

Final: CRX 28, SOL 0

So you thought Cedar Rapids Xavier would drop down a class and overmatch its new competition?

The opening piece of evidence supports your argument.

Dylan Eller got the Saints going with an interception for a touchdown, and second-ranked Xavier allowed just four first downs in a 28-0 conquest of No. 3 Solon in a Class 3A District 4 football game Friday night at Saints Field.

“We just treat it the same way,” said Jay Kortemeyer, who rushed for 185 yards and a touchdown. “Class 4A or 3A, football is football.”

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Ames offense outruns City High in new rivalry

4Q: AMES 38, ICH 14

Iowa fans have to hope the Big Hawks do a better job controlling the Big Cyclones' offense than did their Little Hawk brethren last night.

In the first regular-season meeting between Ames and City High on the eve of the Iowa-Iowa State game, the Little Cyclones' offense moved the ball up and down the field at will using a no-huddle offense and an effective short passing game and finished with a 44-20 victory. Ames took home the new trophy designed for this rivalry that will be played in conjunction with the Cy-Hawk game.

Regina passing attack clicks

Final: ICR 49, SK 6

A warning to the rest of the state: Drew Cook and Iowa City Regina look more determined than ever following that loss two weeks ago. Cook threw for 210 yards and four touchdowns as the second-ranked Regals rolled Sigourney-Keota, 49-6, last night in a Class 1A district game at Regina Field.

“We wanted to prove ourselves in a way,” Cook said. “We came in and did that. The offense was clicking and the defense just played a heck of a game.”

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Washington shuts out West

Final: WASH 28, ICW 0

They gave up 111 points the previous two seasons to Iowa City West, so looking up at the scoreboard Friday night at Kingston Stadium and seeing a big, fat zero wasn't just a relief for the Cedar Rapids Washington Warriors. It was a heck of an accomplishment.

Dominant first win for Jefferson

Final: CRJ 42, DN 7

A doctor could not have prescribed anything better for Cedar Rapids Jefferson. The J-Hawks vital signs received a boost with the matchup and result they needed. Cedar Rapids Jefferson throttled Davenport North, 42-7, claiming its first win of the season.

CPU rallies to stun No. 2 North Fayette Valley

Final: CPU 14, NFV 12

Center Point-Urbana was clearly stymied against Class 2A No. 2 North Fayette Valley. But thanks to their stout defense and seven TigerHawk turnovers, the Stormin' Pointers finally generated enough offense to pull off a stunner.

Week 3 roundup

Linn-Mar wins big, Prairie and Kennedy fall on the road, plus much more.