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ICR 21, CRX 7

One of the first things Marv Cook addressed in his postgame huddle Friday night what that his players realize the importance of the opponent's graciousness.

“They gave us this opportunity,” the Iowa City Regina Coach said.

It was an opportunity the Regals seized. Jake Brinkman's 71-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter broke a tie and helped Regina to a 21-7 win over Cedar Rapids Xavier before a packed house at Saints Field.

This one was anticipated by many when it was set up by the schools' athletics director last winter and didn't disappoint. Quarterback Drew Cook's 1-yard sneak with 4:57 left made it a two-score game and pushed Regina (7-1) over the top.


Anamosa rolls to seventh straight

ANA 31, UNION 28

Kolin Schulte and Daniel Hussman hooked up twice for touchdowns and Trevor Wehling rushed for 113 yards and two scores as Anamosa won its seventh straight last night, nipping Union, 31-28, in a non-district high school football game in Anamosa.

The seven-game winning streak is the longest in Anamosa school history in more than 50 years.

No. 4 Solon dominant against Western Dubuque

SOL 55, WD 26

Headed into this season, there were real questions about what Solon would do to replace multi-tool offensive threat Jacob Black.

Eight games later, the Spartans have given an emphatic answer with running back Brandon Kramer and quarterback Brandan Childs, who spearheaded a 55-26 domination of Western Dubuque last night.

“We lost a lot of key performers, there's no doubt about it, but these guys have really stepped in and they've bought into the process,” Coach Kevin Miller said.


Jefferson keeps playoff hopes alive against Waterloo East

CRJ 35, WE 0

Jefferson put themselves in position for a playoff spot with a 35-0 victory over Waterloo East. The J-Hawks racked up more than 200 yards rushing, including more than 100 yards from both Tavian Rashed and Bryce Lund, who combined for four first-half touchdowns.

Turnovers sink Marion against Dubuque Wahlert

DW 24, MAR 14

Call it a microcosm of frustration. “The story of our season,” Marion Coach Tony Perkins lamented after the Indians lost their seventh straight game, 24-14, to Dubuque Wahlert in a Class 3A District 4 football contest Friday night at Thomas Park Field.

I.C. West dominates, sets up district-title showdown

ICW 42, DN 14

West scored on five of its first six possessions and rolled to a 42-14 victory over Davenport North. The victory sets up next week's showdown with Pleasant Valley for the district championship.

Prairie down to last chance after loss

MUS 31, CRP 10

Everything comes down to next week for Cedar Rapids Prairie. The Hawks struggled to find any offensive rhythm and allowed 24 straight points in a 31-10 loss to Muscatine. Prairie must win next week's game at Ottumwa to earn a postseason berth.

Washington claims district title

CRW 28, ICH 7

The celebration was subdued and matter of fact. Washington Coach Paul James congratulated the Warriors to a district championship and they responded with a brief clap. They know there are more bricks and mortar to piece together, building a state title contender.

Linn-Mar wins, Kennedy rally falls short

Seventh-ranked Linn-Mar racked up 554 total yards and was a 8-for-8 on offensive drives as it rolled to a 63-28 win over Waterloo West Friday at Memorial Stadium. Kennedy came back from a 14-point halftime deficit, but gave up some big plays late.