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2020 IHSAA State FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS NOvember 19-20, 2020 In This Program Schedule, Staff................................................................. 2 IHSAA Board, Staff.........................................................3 Officials................................................................................5 Class 4A................................................................................7 Ankeny..................................................................................8 Southeast Polk................................................................9 Class 3A...............................................................................11 Harlan Community.......................................................12 North Scott, Eldridge..................................................13 Class 2A............................................................................. 15 Central Lyon/George-Little Rock........................ 16 Waukon...............................................................................17 Playoff Records............................................................. 18 Class 1A..............................................................................23 OABCIG...............................................................................24 Van Meter......................................................................... 25 Class A................................................................................27 Grundy Center............................................................... 28 Regina, Iowa City........................................................ 29 Eight-Player..................................................................... 31 Fremont-Mills, Tabor..................................................32 St. Mary’s, Remsen.................................................... 33 2020 Playoff Results.................................................. 34 2019 Playoffs In Review........................................... 36 IFCA Hall of Fame........................................................ 38 IFCA Walt Fiegel Award........................................... 39 Championship Game Records............................40

Championship Schedule Thursday, November 19

Friday, November 20

Eight-Player, 10:00 a.m. St. Mary’s, Remsen vs. Fremont-Mills, Tabor

Class 1A, 10:00 a.m. OABCIG vs. Van Meter

Class A, 2:00 p.m. Grundy Center vs. Regina, Iowa City

Class 2A, 2:00 p.m. Central Lyon/George-Little Rock vs. Waukon

Class 3A, 7:00 p.m. Harlan Community vs. North Scott, Eldridge

Class 4A, 7:00 p.m. Southeast Polk vs. Ankeny

Tournament Staff IHSAA Football Administrator Todd Tharp Assistant A.D./Facilities & Operations Brooke Croshier-Sidebotham Facilities Administrator Trent Ames Facilities Assistant Travis Kramer Ticket Managers Stacy Harris Diane Heddington Public Address Announcer Nate Clayberg Spotters Dave Athey

Stat Crew Chris Andringa Gary Long Doug Johnson Timers & Scoreboard Operators Dan Holmes Neal Kvale Bruce Wigg Joel Bishop Dave McCullough Locker Room Coordinator Hailee Bossard Field Coordinator Lewie Curtis

Live championship game stats available at:

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Board of Control

Dr. Rod Earleywine Sergeant Bluff-Luton Chairperson

Barb Schwamman Osage Vice-Chairperson

Brent Cook Dubuque, Senior Treasurer

Steve Pettit Southeast Polk

Dr. Andy Crozier Central Lee

Dave Wiebers Denison-Schleswig

Deron Durflinger Van Meter

Amanda Whaley IASB

Dr. Ann Lebo Dept. of Education

Eight voting members and one non-voting member comprise the IHSAA’s Board of Control, which has general supervision over all athletic contests of Association schools and interprets Association rules.

Representative Council Central District A Maury Ruble, principal, Ogden....................................................2020 Darrin Strike, superintendent, West Fork...............................2020 Justin Stockdale, superintendent, Dike-New Hartford.....2021 Scott Dryer, principal, South Hamilton, Jewell....................2023 AA Open Northeast District A Doug Gee, superintendent, Clear Lake...................................2020 Dale Crozier, superintendent, MFL, MarMac.......................2022 Lynn Baldus, principal, Saint Ansgar.......................................2023 Mike Crozier, superintendent, Northwood-Kensett..........2024 AA Jeff Gustason, principal, Linn-Mar, Marion.............................2021 Northwest District A Steve Grond, superintendent, Boyden-Hull..........................2020 Jason Engelman, principal, Central Lyon...............................2023 Kevin Wood, principal, Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids........2024 Open AA Steve Webner, superintendent, LeMars..................................2022 Southeast District A Kevin Crall, superintendent, Albia...............................................2021 George Pickup, principal, Central DeWitt..............................2022 Ken Crawford, superintendent, Highland & Lone Tree...2023 Dan Maeder, superintendent, Davis County........................2024 AA Joe Stutting, superintendent, North Scott, Eldridge.........2020 Southwest District A Dr. Casey Berlau, superintendent, Carroll ............................2020 Chris Fenster, superintendent, Southwest Valley...............2021 Bill Huntington, principal, Mount Ayr.......................................2022 Tom Wood, superintendent, Martensdale-St. Marys ......2023 AA Chris Basinger, principal, Norwalk............................................2024 The IHSAA’s Representative Council formulates the aims and policies of the Association for the ensuing year and has the power to initiate amendments and new rules for the executive director to submit to the electorate.

IHSAA Staff

Tom Keating Executive Director

Todd Tharp Assistant Director

Chad Elsberry Assistant Director

Jared Chizek Assistant Director

Laura Brooker, Assistant to the Director of Officials — Chelsea Clark, Administrative Assistant Chris Cuellar, Communications Director — Lewie Curtis, Director of Officials Elisa Kahler, Office Manager — Tim Latta, Print Specialist — Kim Mechura, Administrative Assistant Jessica Morgan, Director of Finance — Cassie Smith Britton, Administrative Assistant

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officials

Championship Game Officials Name

JUSTIN BARBER JOSHUA BEVINS JEFF CARSON SHAWN COLLINS CHRIS EHLERS JAY FLORA DAVID FORSYTHE JAY GRABINOSKI JOEL GRABINOSKI FRED GRIFFITHS

Town

NEWELL CEDAR FALLS GRUNDY CENTER MAPLETON MAPLETON WEST DES MOINES PELLA ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG MOUNT VERNON

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RANDY HEIMERMAN PHILLIP JOHNSON GRIFFIN KARR ERIC KENNEDY MYRON LINN DOREN MONTGOMERY TERRY NIELSEN MATT NOST LANCE PLOEGER DIRK RYALS

Town

ANKENY GRUNDY CENTER NORTH LIBERTY WEST DES MOINES PELLA LISBON PERRY SOLON HOLSTEIN PELLA

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Town

KENNETH SABIN KENT SESKER NATHAN STEEGE CHUCK STETZEL ROB STILES MIKE VINT KEVIN WEGNER KEVIN WELSCH LOREN WOOD ANDREW WOODLEY

SWEA CITY CEDAR RAPIDS PARKERSBURG ALGONA DES MOINES MARSHALLTOWN ESTHERVILLE ANKENY CEDAR RAPIDS JOHNSTON

Semifinal Game Officials Name

ANTHONY ADAMS TIMOTHY ALLISON TERRY BAUMER TOM BERENS BENJAMIN BERGMAN TERRY BOHL BRAD BUNTING DANIEL CAFFREY GABRIEL CAPPS DANIEL CUMMINGS DANE DANFORTH DAN DINGMAN STEVE EBERT RYAN FREESE MATTHEW FRIDAY BRENT FRIDLEY DEREK GASTER CHRISTOPHER GIRRES ALAN GRUWELL TONY HALSTED

Town

Name

MASON CITY MASON CITY DAVENPORT TREYNOR CLEAR LAKE MASON CITY INDIANOLA CHARLES CITY INDIANOLA SPERRY BURLINGTON MASON CITY CHEROKEE SHELDON MARION PRAIRIE CITY DANVILLE COUNCIL BLUFFS CEDAR RAPIDS RUDD

ROBERT HAUENSTEIN GREGORY HENN JASON HIGGINS CHRIS HOFFERT STEPHEN HOFFERT GREGORY JENNESS ROSS JENSEN BRADLEY JOHNSON KIRK JOHNSON MICHAEL JOHNSON DIRK LASCHANZKY LANCE LASHER JAMES LEACH PATRICK LINCOLN ANTONIUS LUNSFORD TRAVIS LUTTENEGGER TROY MATTHAIDESS ROGER MENKE ANTHONY MEYER GREG MILLER

Town

MEDIAPOLIS NASHUA JOHNSTON MONONA OSSIAN SPIRIT LAKE JOHNSTON MARION BOONE CALMAR INDIANOLA CHARLES CITY PELLA MAYNARD BURLINGTON MEDIAPOLIS ELDRIDGE BONAPARTE MINGO DAVENPORT

JOSEPH MOON ERMILO NEIRA NICOLAS NEIRA ROB NOBLE JEFFREY PAVLOVICH JIM PFEIFER TRAVIS PIKE LANCE PLOEGER JAMES PROUTY TODD PUTTMANN BRIAN RANUM SHANE REMINGTON TROY SMITH MITCHELL STOULIL JEFFREY TROST DON UMLAND JON VRIEZE SCOTT WHITEHILL KEITH WOHLERS GREGORY WORRALL

ADEL DANVILLE DANVILLE CEDAR RAPIDS CHARLES CITY MILFORD MASON CITY HOLSTEIN OELWEIN SIOUX CENTER DAVENPORT MARION MASON CITY SLOAN NASHUA ELDRIDGE ELDRIDGE MASON CITY COUNCIL BLUFFS MEDIAPOLIS

Championship Game Chain Crews

Eight-Player

Thursday, November 19

Class 1A

Friday, November 20

School: WACO Crew: Gary Messer, Jeff Eubanks, Ryan Davis, Mike Shumaker

School: Mount Vernon Crew: Dave Roe, Blue Dahlstrom, John Hale, Mike Kragenbrink

School: WACO Crew: Gary Messer, Jeff Eubanks, Ryan Davis, Mike Shumaker

School: Mount Vernon Crew: Dave Roe, Blue Dahlstrom, John Hale, Mike Kragenbrink

School: Lewis Central Crew: Bob Barney, Bernie Heller, Mark Nightser, Justin Wathen

School: Fort Dodge Crew: Bobby Lentsch, Rick Rude, Travis Morud, Mike McBride

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CLASS 4A Championship Game Friday, November 20 7:00 p.m.

Southeast Polk (10-0) vs. Ankeny (10-1) Past IHSAA Class 4A Champions Year

School

1972 Cedar Rapids, Jefferson 1973 Davenport, Central 1974 Davenport, West 1975 Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 1976 Davenport, Central 1977 Davenport, West 1978 Mason City 1979 Dubuque Hempstead 1980 Newton 1981 Bettendorf 1982 Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 1983 Davenport, Central 1984 Sioux City, East 1985 Linn-Mar, Marion 1986 Cedar Falls 1987 Bettendorf 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

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School

1988 Bettendorf 1989 Linn-Mar, Marion 1990 Linn-Mar, Marion 1991 Bettendorf 1992 Bettendorf 1993 Iowa City, City High 1994 Iowa City, City High 1995 Iowa City, West 1996 Iowa City, City High 1997 Ankeny 1998 Iowa City, West 1999 Iowa City, West 2000 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2001 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2002 Valley, W.D.M. 2003 Valley, W.D.M.

Year

School

2004 Bettendorf 2005 Valley, W.D.M. 2006 Xavier, Cedar Rapids 2007 Bettendorf 2008 Valley, W.D.M. 2009 Iowa City, City High 2010 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2011 Valley, W.D.M. 2012 Ankeny 2013 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2014 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2015 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2016 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2017 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2018 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2019 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M.

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4A

#

Name

POS HT

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Colin Riggs QB/P 5’10 Brecken Manus LB/WR 6’1 Brice Peterson LB 5’11 Cooper Cox CB 5’8 Ryan Crandall S/WR 6’2 Kade Somers WR/ST 6’1 Jase Bauer QB 6’2 Will Cornwell CB/WR 5’9 Braden Simonsen TE/DE 6’3 Brody Brecht WR/S 6’4 Brady McCullough WR/S 6’4 Sean Gavin LB/TE 6’1 Arland Bruce IV WR/RB 5’10 Ben Sandvig CB/WR 5’9 Maddox Ward QB/S 5’8 Max Watson QB/S 5’8 Will Hinrichs LB 6’2 Austin Bailey SL 5’4 Caleb Rathjen S/CB 5’9 CJ Accola S 6’0 Reid Johnson S/RB 5’10 Brock Adamson S 6’0 Carson Booth LB 6’0 Nate Nessa LB/RB 5’10 Ben Alleman WR/CB 5’11 Antonio Wilson LB/RB 5’11 Tamden Webb-Tate LB/TE 6’2 Derek Johnson S/WR 6’0 Michael Rose CB 5’5

#

Name

175 200 195 165 185 175 205 170 225 200 190 215 195 165 140 140 170 115 160 160 165 160 185 185 170 185 215 155 125

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

PJ Westover TE 5’11 Colin Kadolph RB 5’10 Jackson Pennigroth LB 6’0 Royce Tuel LB 5’9 Keeghan Warner K 5’9 Caleb Zea CB/RB 5’7 Durrell Green DL/FB 5’9 Cole Pomrenke LB/DE 6’1 Preston Wojcik CB 5’4 Max Pelham K 5’11 Diego Jackson DE/TE 6’2 Ian Beardsley LB/OG 5’11 Tayde Kildow LB 5’9 Brock Chiodo DT/DE 5’10 Mitch Kuzynowski LB 5’10 Jayden Bible CB/RB 5’8 Noah Worrall K 5’10 Wyatt Bible DL 5’8 Abdullah Fouad FB/LB 5’10 Austin Chicoine LB 5’9 Xander Kenworthy OG 5’10 Caden Brown OG/DE 5’10 Chase McLiesh LB/OG 5’9 Luke Klipping OL 5’11 Cade Bennethum OL/LB 6’3 Gage Payton DT/OG 5’10 Kade Luick DT/OG 5’9 Ryan Maire C/DE 6’2 Donny Brown-Strait DE/TE 6’4

School Information Head Coach: Rick Nelson Assistant Coaches: Nick Nelson, Adam Booth, Brady Walz, Jeff Bauer, Jason Alons, Aaron Baugher, Dave Yount, Travis Carlsen, Scott Sammons, Jack Ward, Al Christian, Will Janssen Trainer: Grant Waller Superintendent: Dr. Jen Lindaman Principal: Peter Apple Athletic Director: Andy Umthun Enrollment (9-11): 1,403 Playoff Appearances 30: 1981, 82, 84, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91, 95, 97, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20 State Championships 2: 1997, 2012

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THE HAWKS (10-1)

WT GR

SR SR SR SR JR SR SR JR JR SR JR JR SR SO SO SO SO SO SR SO SO SO SO JR SR JR JR JR SO

4A

Passing Jase Bauer

POS HT

WT GR

#

Name

155 185 190 175 135 135 175 185 115 155 175 205 150 215 155 135 175 155 190 140 190 185 175 180 200 265 210 200 185

59 60 61 62 63 64 65 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 86 87 88 89

Ethan Thomas C/DE 6’2 Carson Mackey DT/OG 6’0 Ian Bennett OG 6’1 Justice Miller OT/DE 6’1 Nick Harris OL 5’11 Logan Curtis OG/DT 5’11 Jeremiah Kruger OT/DE 6’3 Antonio Espino OG/DT 5’11 Jay Lounsberry DE 6’1 Chandler Leaker OL 6’3 Zachary Henderson OL/DL 5’11 Gage Ouverson OL 6’0 Nickson Temu DE/OG 6’0 Cameron Sackett OL 6’1 Joe Kingston OT/DT 6’2 Tyler Campbell C/OG 6’3 Collin McMahon OL 6’1 Alexander Griess OT/OG 6’6 Vinny Villamagna OL 5’11 Aiden Adamson WR 5’11 Wade Thompson WR 6’0 Weston Fulk TE/DE 6’4 Brady Lynch TE 5’11 Nick Rodriguez S 5’10 Charles Garcilazo CB/WR 5’8 Kael Halstead WR 6’2 Will Johnson TE/LB 6’4 Jacob Morgan WR/S 5’9

W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent vs Ankeny Centennial at Waukee at Fort Dodge vs Council Bluffs Jefferson at Valley vs Johnston vs Indianola vs Council Bluffs Jefferson vs Cedar Falls vs Waukee vs Dowling Catholic (2OT)

SO JR JR SO SO JR SO SR SO JR SO SR SO SR SO JR JR SO SR SO SO SR JR SO SO SR SR SO SO

Statistics Comp. Att.

Yards

TD INT

126 201

1,940

27 6

Rushing Colin Kadolph Jase Bauer

Att. Yards YPC TD

Receiving Brody Brecht Kade Somers

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Brecken Manus Brice Peterson

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Max Pelham

87 115 41 20 33 27

820 694 596 496 6.5 11.5

7.4 6.0 14.5 24.8 0 2.5

14 8 12 7 60.0 54.5

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

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60

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POS HT

WT GR

230 240 260 240 180 245 200 250 190 240 230 180 250 210 285 250 200 200 165 150 160 225 150 130 145 165 185 145

JR JR SO SR SO SR SO JR SO SO JR SO SR SO SO SR SO SO SO SO SO SR SO SO JR SO SR SO

Ank 48 17 52 68 35 49 45 70 37 28 31

Opp. 6 21 18 0 10 0 14 0 16 7 24

Points scored per game: 43.6 Points allowed per game: 10.5 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships


SOUTHEAST POLK

4A

#

Name

POS HT

WT GR

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

Jalen Aguiniga CB 5’10 165 Titus Christiansen RB 5’10 175 Carson Handy CB 5’10 160 Austin Enos S 5’9 175 Xavier Nwankpa CB 6’3 185 Alex LeClair WR 5’11 165 Boone Bain WR 6’3 175 Cole Filloon WR 6’2 185 Alek Kligopoluos S 5’8 155 Isaiah Emanuel WR 6’3 190 Joel Hackbarth CB 5’10 150 Quent Christensen WR 5’11 180 Joe Zelenovich QB Jaxon Dailey QB 6’3 210 Luke Werthmann RB 5’11 180 Jayden Leinen WR 5’11 160 Abu Sama RB 5’10 175 Zach Thielen WR 6’0 170 Lucas Quick LB 6’2 160 Jackson Dietzenbach CB 5’6 135 Davis Fairchild S 5’11 195 Gavin McCrory CB 5’10 155 Josh Wilson K Yunusi Tobongye RB 5’8 175 Ian Brimeyer RB 5’11 170 Gabe Frew CB 5’8 170

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School Information Head Coach: Brad Zelenovich Assistant Coaches: Don Starcevich, Eric Hendrickson, Mark Martin, Luke Starcevich, Jason Nolting, Scott Phaydavong, Luke VanderSanden, Jon Cochran, Richie Beattie, Jimmy Clark, Corey Meyer, James Gulley Trainer: Devin Shannon Superintendent: Dirk Halupnik Principal: Steve Pettit Athletic Director: Jayson Campbell Enrollment (9-11): 1,605 Playoff Appearances 18: 1973, 93, 97, 2004, 06, 07, 08, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 State Championships None 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

THE RAMS (10-0)

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Name

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 51 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 61

Jace Aguiniga CB 5’10 160 JR Alex Dyer LB 5’9 170 SR Mason Rankin RB 5’10 200 SR Reed Wolfe S 6’0 180 SR Andrew Reed LB 6’0 180 JR Dominic Caggiano DE 6’4 230 SR Sam Goode LB 6’2 200 SO Alonzo Quinn RB/RB 5’5 175 SR Konner Robbins DE 6’1 215 SR Obald Niyonkuru DL 6’0 SO Benjamin Schrock S 5’9 158 SR Quincy Foster S 6’1 175 JR Garrison Lundgren TE 6’3 190 JR Landon Graves DB 5’10 SR Baine Cope CB 6’0 155 JR Nicholas Walker LB 6’1 215 SR Zach Rockwell P 6’2 225 SR Charlie Johnson LB 5’9 160 JR Nick Harmon OT 5’11 260 SR Jaydon Walton LB 5’4 150 JR Tanner Willson OL 5’9 195 SR Logan Harris LB/LB 6’0 185 JR Kaleb Navarro LB 6’0 165 JR Kalob Runyon C 6’0 235 SR Brayden Hall DT 5’9 220 SR Max Blish C 5’9 200 JR

Passing Jaxon Dailey Rushing Titus Christiansen Xavier Nwankpa

POS HT

WT GR

Statistics Comp. Att.

Yards

TD INT

125 177

1,699

18 3

Att. Yards YPC TD

157 35

1,257 378

8.0 10.8

16 8

Receiving Isaiah Emanuel Boone Bain

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Dominic Caggiano Andrew Reed

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Josh Wilson

36 30 50 43

702 356 28.5 4.5

19.5 11.9 15.0 2.0

8 5 61.5 52.0

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

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#

Name

62 63 64 65 67 68 71 72 74 75 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 87 88 90 92 94

Sean O’Hara OL 6’4 295 SR Noen Nicholson DB 5’6 135 JR Beck Schutte OL 6’2 250 SO Ross Cooper DT 6’2 240 SR Carson Campisi OL 6’2 240 FR Cade Borud OT 6’3 305 JR Alex Peterson OG 6’0 255 SR Seth Abbas DL 5’11 200 SO Kadyn Proctor OT 6’7 285 SO Jake Vore OT 6’5 300 SR Rhett Weese OG 5’9 305 JR Reese Steele OT 6’5 285 SR Cael Naeve K 6’4 180 JR Kyle Sisler WR 5’11 160 JR Jacob Eastman WR 6’2 175 JR Jake Tassin S 5’10 145 JR Seandrel Caldwell WR 5’9 155 JR Jordan Mitchell TE 6’4 225 JR Caleb Daniels TE 6’4 237 SR Abu Kemokai S 5’10 170 JR Hunter Chanthaphon K 5’7 150 FR Andrew Harris DT 6’2 240 JR Brock Jackson OT 5’10 260 SR Zach Brannen DE 5’11 180 JR

POS HT

WT GR

W 1 2 3 4 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent at Waukee at Ankeny Centennial at Cedar Rapids Jefferson vs Valley at Ottumwa vs Johnston vs Ames vs Ankeny Centennial vs Cedar Rapids Kennedy vs Pleasant Valley

SEP 21 29 69 34 69 28 48 41 48 50

Opp. 10 0 13 7 21 10 0 7 0 10

Points scored per game: 43.7 Points allowed per game: 7.8

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CLASS 3A Championship Game Thursday, November 19 7:00 p.m.

Harlan Community (11-0) vs. North Scott, Eldridge (8-1) Past IHSAA Class 3A Champions Year

School

1972 Harlan Community 1973 LeMars 1974 Decorah 1975 Urbandale 1976 Columbus, Waterloo 1977 Emmetsburg 1978 Cedar Rapids, Regis 1979 Emmetsburg 1980 Marion 1981 Prairie, Cedar Rapids 1982 Harlan Community 1983 Harlan Community 1984 Harlan Community 1985 Pleasant Valley 1986 Columbus, Waterloo 1987 Decorah 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

Year

School

1988 Decorah 1989 Decorah 1990 Waverly-Shell Rock 1991 Manchester, West Delaware 1992 Waverly-Shell Rock 1993 Harlan Community 1994 Spencer 1995 Harlan Community 1996 Oskaloosa 1997 Harlan Community 1998 Harlan Community 1999 New Hampton 2000 Clear Lake 2001 Epworth, Western Dubuque 2002 Atlantic 2003 Harlan Community

Year

School

2004 Harlan Community 2005 Harlan Community 2006 Humboldt 2007 Keokuk 2008 Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 2009 Harlan Community 2010 Solon 2011 Union, LaPorte City 2012 Decorah 2013 Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 2014 Pella 2015 Pella 2016 Pella 2017 Xavier, Cedar Rapids 2018 Xavier, Cedar Rapids 2019 Epworth, Western Dubuque

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HARLAN COMMUNITY

#

Name

POS HT

WT GR

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23

Connor Frame WR 6’1 185 JR Joey Moser WR/CB 5’6 145 JR Ashton Lyon K/S 6’1 175 JR Mason Griffith RB/LB 5’9 175 SR Aidan Hall S/WR 6’2 190 SO Bradley Curren WR 5’11 160 SO Wesley Muenchrath TE/DE 6’3 185 SR Eli Monson DE/FB 6’0 200 SR Joseph Fah QB/CB 6’0 185 JR Teagon Kasperbauer QB 6’0 170 SO Bret Van Baale RB/S 5’11 150 SO Alex Monson RB/LB 5’10 165 JR Jordan Schechinger WR 5’10 170 SR Stephen Leinen TE/LB 6’1 155 SO Sam Schmitz WR/CB 5’10 125 SO Isaiah Ahrenholtz CB 6’3 195 SR Garrett Assmann LB 6’1 165 SO Ben Alberti S/WR 5’7 130 SO Nick Blum S 6’0 175 JR Will Neuharth CB/WR 5’7 145 SO

School Information Head Coach: Todd Bladt Assistant Coaches: John Murtaugh, Mark Kohorst, Matt Hoch, Sam Brummer, Jeff Hastert, James Cairney Superintendent: Lynn Johnson Principal: Scott Frohlich Athletic Director: Davis Pattee Enrollment (9-11): 383 Playoff Appearances 39: 1972, 78, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85 , 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20 State Championships 12: 1972, 82, 83, 84, 93, 95, 97, 98, 2003, 04, 05, 09

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THE CYCLONES (11-0) Name

POS HT

WT GR

24 Michael Erlmeier WR/S 5’10 175 SR 25 Brenden Bartley LB/RB 6’1 185 SR 26 Luke Musich CB/WR 5’8 140 JR 29 Brock Musich LB 5’11 180 SO 30 Josh Kopiasz LB 5’7 150 SO 31 Cael Goshorn LB 6’1 155 SO 32 Lucas Stanley LB/FB 6’0 210 JR 33 Tyler Mumm WR/S 6’0 215 SR 34 Jameson Bieker DE 6’1 190 JR 35 Mason Anderson LB 5’10 180 SO 36 Matthew Sorfonden FR 37 Reece Schwery LB 6’0 205 SR 38 Lokahi Smith DE 6’0 175 SO 42 Logan Beeman DE 5’9 170 JR 45 Zane Bendorf LB 5’10 175 SO 46 William Kenkel TE 5’9 185 SO 50 Austin Sonderman DT 5’10 200 JR 51 Drew Bladt DT 5’10 200 SO 52 Austin Schumacher C 6’0 210 JR 53 Jacob Schechinger OT/DT 6’0 200 SR Passing Teagon Kasperbauer Rushing Brenden Bartley Mason Griffith

Statistics Comp. Att.

Yards

TD INT

128 243

2,340

22 12

Att. Yards YPC TD

128 117

593 537

4.6 4.6

7 4

Receiving Connor Frame Aidan Hall

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Will McLaughlin Jameson Bieker

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Ashton Lyon

39 29 38 30

885 747 11.5 9.0

22.7 25.8 4.0 4.0

12 7 66.0 56.5

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

43

47

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3A

#

Name

54 55 56 60 61 62 63 64 66 67 68 71 72 75 77 82 83 84 87 98

Chandler Leinen DE/OT 6’0 Jeremiah Davis OT/DT 5’9 Kade Brouillard OG 5’10 Michael Barrett OG 6’1 Matt Schwery DE 5’9 Presten Lacy DT 6’4 Sam Bladt DE 6’0 Dylan Goede DT 5’11 Kemper Gordon LB 6’1 Jesse Schwery C/DT 6’0 Wyatt Muenchrath DT 6’2 Gunner Schmitz OG 6’0 Hugh Griffith OG 5’10 Richard Gaul OT/DT 6’0 Jace Gubbels OT/DT 6’3 Will McLaughlin LB/TE 6’3 Jacob Birch LB/TE 6’1 Richard Medina CB 5’8 Cianan Noeth DE 6’2 Zander Schumacher DT 6’0

POS HT

W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent vs Grinnell at Pella vs Glenwood vs Denison-Schleswig at Carroll at Creston vs Lewis Central vs Bondurant-Farrar vs Carlisle vs Lewis Central vs Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley

WT GR

205 225 212 230 185 290 160 230 165 205 220 205 245 255 210 220 190 145 190 180

SR JR JR JR SO JR SO JR JR SR SR SO JR SR SO JR SO SO JR JR

HC 40 21 22 35 28 35 28 36 49 21 44

Opp. 28 18 13 0 14 7 10 7 42 14 7

Points scored per game: 32.6 Points allowed per game: 14.5 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships


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NORTH SCOTT, ELDRIDGE

#

Name

POS HT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22

Andrew Chizek WR/CB 5’11 David Nass RB/LB 5’8 Cannon Guffy WR/CB 6’3 Logan Cole WR/CB 5’9 Grayson Juel QB/S 6’3 Alex Perez WR/CB 5’11 Carter Markham QB/S 6’0 Oliver Hughes WR/S 5’10 Max Solis WR/LB 5’11 Marquan Quinn WR/CB 5’8 Jakob Nelson WR/CB 6’2 Parker Ruth TE/LB 6’1 Dominic Miller WR/S 6’0 Hunter Davenport WR/CB 5’8 Carter Loehr WR/CB 6’2 Ryan Sanders TE/LB 5’9 Drew Kilburg QB/DB 5’8 Will Seligman WR/CB 5’9 Grant Moeller WR/LB 6’0 Carson Golinghorst WR/CB 5’10

THE LANCERS (8-1)

WT GR

#

Name

160 160 175 150 175 155 175 155 170 165 185 200 165 150 170 165 150 150 175 140

23 24 25 27 30 32 33 34 35 41 45 46 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 58

Ryan Campbell Connor Corson Darnell Butler Dane Treiber Connor Ludtke Payton Kruse Carter LaFrenz Cooper Frank Zach Johnson Grant Nimke Lucas Oechsner Sam Skarich Hunter Kaufman Kade Tippet Joey Petersen Logan McClure Braxton Townsley Adam Allen Ty Murphy Ben Schulz

SR SR SR SR JR SR SR JR SR SR JR SR SR JR JR JR SO SR SR SR

School Information Head Coach: Kevin Tippet Assistant Coaches: Tim Brunkan, Tony Stewart, Dale Tuftee, Kent Denison, Max Duvall, Joe Greenwood, Zach Schwartz, Spencer Hicks, Collin Kreiter, Dane Steidler, David Linnenbrink, Dave Mclaughlin, Zach Neuerburg, Carter Oltman, Collin Suiter Trainers: Tim Block, Katie Rheingans, Dr. Tom Lyons, Dr. Matt Lindaman Superintendent: Joe Stutting Principal: Shane Knoche Athletic Director: Jason Schroeder Enrollment (9-11): 727 Playoff Appearances 17: 1999, 2000, 05, 06, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 State Championships None 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

Passing Carter Markham

POS HT

TE/LB 6’1 WR/CB 5’10 RB/CB 5’8 WR/CB 5’8 RB/LB 5’5 RB/LB 5’11 WR/LB 5’10 RB/LB 5’10 TE/LB 5’10 TE/LB 6’2 TE/LB 5’7 WR/S 6’2 OG/DE 5’11 OG/DE 6’1 OT/DT 6’4 C/DE 5’10 OG/LB 5’11 OG/DE 6’2 OG/DE 5’11 OT/DT 6’2

WT GR

#

Name

180 150 155 140 160 175 160 185 175 165 180 165 195 230 215 210 220 215 215 245

59 63 65 66 68 70 72 73 74 75 76 77 79 80 81 85 86 88 90

Dylan Akers OG/DE 6’1 Owen Peterson OG/DE 5’10 Seth Madden LB/OL 5’11 Carson McCaughey OG/DT 6’1 Kollin Labarge OT/DT 5’8 Devin Gheer OG/DT 6’0 David Borchers OT/DT 6’3 Blake Kilker OG/DE 5’11 Peyton Reed OG/DT 6’3 Nate Schneckloth OL/DL 6’4 Ryler Plett OG/DE 6’1 Padriac Bozik OT/DT 5’10 Kaeden Mickey C/DT 6’3 Will Kruse TE/LB 6’2 Dylan Elam WR/CB 6’0 Trey Feddersen WR/S 6’1 Gabe Kain WR/S 5’11 Joe Knepper TE/LB 6’0 AJ Petersen TE/LB 6’1

W 1 2 3 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent vs Muscatine at Pleasant Valley at Central DeWitt at Marion vs Clinton vs Mount Pleasant vs Assumption, Davenport vs West Delaware, Manchester vs Xavier, Cedar Rapids (OT)

JR JR JR JR JR JR JR SR JR JR JR JR JR SR SR SR JR JR SR JR

Statistics Comp. Att.

76

115

Yards

TD INT

899

7 2

Rushing Carter Markham Darnell Butler

Att. Yards YPC TD

Receiving Oliver Hughes Jakob Nelson

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Joey Petersen Ryan Campbell

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Oliver Hughes

114 99 34 21 36 29

743 483 382 336 11.0 4.0

6.5 4.9 13.1 16.0 7.0 3.0

11 4 3 1

12

6

WT GR

225 185 175 295 225 220 245 190 180 215 170 220 275 185 155 170 165 160 185

JR JR SO SR JR SR SO JR JR SO JR JR SR SR SR JR SR JR SO

NS 26 10 7 38 50 58 13 24 17

Opp. 0 24 0 7 0 26 10 21 10

40 33

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

11

POS HT

3A

7

Points scored per game: 27.0 Points allowed per game: 10.9

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CLASS 2A Championship Game Friday, November 20 2:00 p.m.

Central Lyon/George-Little Rock (11-0) vs. Waukon (9-1) Past IHSAA Class 2A Champions Year

School

1972 Sioux Center 1973 Britt 1974 Mount Vernon 1975 Hudson 1976 Central Lyon 1977 Central Lyon 1978 Sibley 1979 Sigourney 1980 Roland-Story 1981 Roland-Story 1982 Cedar Rapids, LaSalle 1983 Cedar Rapids, LaSalle 1984 Grundy Center 1985 Bishop Garrigan, Algona 1986 Wapsie Valley 1987 Wapsie Valley 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

Year

School

1988 Solon 1989 Emmetsburg 1990 Emmetsburg 1991 Garner-Hayfield 1992 West Union, North Fayette 1993 Mount Vernon 1994 Mount Vernon 1995 Sigourney-Keota 1996 Iowa Falls 1997 Emmetsburg 1998 West Lyon, Inwood 1999 West Lyon, Inwood 2000 Emmetsburg 2001 Sigourney-Keota 2002 Emmetsburg 2003 Emmetsburg

Year

School

2004 Columbus, Catholic, Waterloo 2005 Sigourney-Keota 2006 Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 2007 Solon 2008 Solon 2009 Solon 2010 Regina, Iowa City 2011 Regina, Iowa City 2012 Spirit Lake 2013 Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 2014 North Fayette Valley 2015 Spirit Lake 2016 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 2017 Waukon 2018 PCM, Monroe 2019 OABCIG

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2a

CENTRAL LYON/GEORGE-LITTLE ROCK

#

Name

POS HT

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 19 20 22

Owen Christiansen WR/CB 5’9 Nathan Miss WR/CB 5’9 Tyler Greve WR/CB 5’11 Josh Elbert RB/CB 5’9 Jacob Pytleski RB/CB 5’4 Zach Lutmer QB/S 6’0 Cooper Spiess WR/CB 5’11 Ben Anderson QB/LB 5’11 Donovan Morales WR/CB 5’6 Dalton Korthals TE/LB 6’1 Rex Van Wyhe WR/S 6’3 Cameron Borman WR/CB 5’4 Sean Dykstra WR/LB 5’10 Jace Schrick WR/CB 6’4 Jordan Vande Kop WR/S 5’11 Luke Rasmussen RB/S 5’9 Taylor Putnam RB/CB 5’10 Kalen Meyer RB/LB 5’11

#

Name

145 155 150 155 140 170 190 170 135 225 200 120 155 185 165 170 150 200

23 24 25 27 28 31 33 35 37 40 41 46 50 51 52 53 54 55

Simon Konechne QB/LB 5’6 Gable Van Beek RB/LB 6’1 Graham Eben RB/S 5’11 Isaiah Johnson RB/CB 5’10 Landon Thiessen WR/CB 6’1 Kayden Van Berkum RB/LB 6’2 Beau Daniels OG/DT 5’11 Noah Terhark WR/CB 5’10 Alberto Ortiz K 5’8 Dorian Johnson RB/LB 5’10 Reece Vander Zee QB/S 6’2 Landen Weiler RB/LB 5’9 Evan Kruger OG/LB 5’10 Devin Vis OT/LB 5’10 Mason Wynia OT/DT 5’5 Austin Snyders OT/DE 6’3 Chase Thedens C/DT 5’9 JJ VanderZee OG/DT 6’0

SR JR SO SO SR SO JR SR SR SR JR JR SO JR SR SR JR SR

School Information Head Coach: Curtis Eben Assistant Coaches: Dwayne Postma, Keith Van Beek, Geoff Kruse, Mitch Lupkes, Grant Engel, Reid Geerdes, Thomas Vigdal Trainer: Brandon Church Superintendents: Brent Jorth, Tom Luxford Principals: Jason Engleman, Tyler Glanzer Athletic Directors: Dan Kruse, Tyler Glanzer Enrollment (9-11): 267 Playoff Appearances 20: 1991, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 04, 06, 07, 08, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20 4 as Central Lyon State Championships 1: 2006

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THE LIONS (11-0)

WT GR

Passing Zach Lutmer Rushing Zach Lutmer Kalen Meyer

POS HT

WT GR

#

Name

185 185 155 135 160 220 160 140 140 170 160 160 195 225 255 250 225 240

56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 66 67 73 75 76 77 78 79

Lyle Moore C/DE 6’1 Wyatt Krull OT/DE 6’5 Dylan Winkel OT/DE 6’4 Nate Arends OT/DT 6’1 Damean Kelderman OG/DE 6’0 Trevor Dieren OT/DE 6’1 Ashten VandeKop OG/DT 5’11 Ethan Hoefert OT/DT 6’5 AJ Bontje OT/DT 6’3 Nate Springer OG/DE 6’2 Max DeBoer OT/DT 6’1 Hunter Kruger OG/DE 5’11 Jac Van Wyhe OG/DT 6’4 Josh Riibe OG/DT 5’10 Cael Schulte OT/DE 6’4 Max Gruis OG/DT 6’3 Gabe Schulte C/LB 5’11

W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent CLGLR vs Alta-Aurelia 54 at West Sioux 40 at Unity Christian 21 at Sheldon 50 vs Sioux Center 42 vs MOC-Floyd Valley 43 at West Lyon 20 vs Unity Christian 34 vs Estherville Lincoln Central 28 vs West Lyon 34 vs Camanche 41

SO SO FR FR SO SO SR FR JR JR FR JR SO SO SO SR SO JR

Statistics Comp. Att.

Yards

TD INT

64 108

1,142

8 3

Att. Yards YPC TD

173 94

1,508 524

8.7 5.6

21 15

Receiving Cooper Spiess Luke Rasmussen

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Kalen Meyer Luke Rasmussen

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Cooper Spiess

16 22 24 28

346 264 3.0 6.0

21.6 12.0 1.0 0.0

4 3 52.0 38.0

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

36

46

0

0

POS HT

2A

WT GR

240 180 220 210 210 205 225 230 275 210 240 210 260 210 200 250 185

JR SO SR SO SR FR SO SO SR SR SO SR SO SR JR JR FR

Opp. 7 0 0 14 0 0 16 27 6 13 0

Points scored per game: 37.0 Points allowed per game: 7.5 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships


WAUKON

2a

#

Name

POS HT

2 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22

Creed Welch Avery Rocksvold Brady Behrend Sean Cooper Pat Hennessy Ashton Wohlfiel Lincoln Snitker Jakob Regan Drew Stock Braden Hemann Noah Hatlan Vicente Quiroz Owen Malone Ethan O’Neill Nick Goltz Braxton Stewart

QB/S 6’4 RB/CB 5’10 TE/CB 6’1 QB/S 6’0 RB/LB 6’1 TE/S 5’10 RB/LB 5’11 QB/CB 5’9 TE/DE 6’4 TE/DE 6’4 QB/LB 6’1 TE/CB 5’8 TE/S 6’0 RB/LB 6’2 RB/CB 5’8 TE/LB 6’3

THE INDIANS (9-1)

WT GR

#

Name

195 170 170 165 175 140 195 120 190 210 175 150 145 205 160 185

23 24 25 33 35 42 44 45 50 51 52 53 55 56 57 59

Tucker Jackson Evan O’Neill Nash Pearson Kael Crawford Konnor Krambeer Brayden Leir Sean Bieber Carson Lonning Caleb Block Walker Hermeier Sawyer Krueger Milan Byrnes Cade Kelly Joe Schwartz Isaac Roe Elliot Kooiker

SR SR SR SR JR JR JR SO JR JR SO JR JR SR JR JR

School Information Head Coach: Chad Beermann Assistant Coaches: Ted Snitker, Jon Snitker, Jed Hemann, Bob Wasson, Blaine Snitker, Chris Dahlstrom, Cody Snitker, Jarod Dahlstrom Trainers: Dr. Steve Perkins, Dr. Dave Schwartz, Brad Krambeer, Austin Troendle Superintendent: Jay Mathis Principal: Jennifer Garin Athletic Director: Brian Hilsabeck Enrollment (9-11): 274 Playoff Appearances 9: 2003, 06, 12, 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20 State Championships 1: 2017 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

2A

Passing Creed Welch Rushing Ethan O’Neill Creed Welch

POS HT

RB/LB 5’7 RB/CB 5’9 RB/S 6’0 RB/LB 5’9 RB/S 6’1 RB/LB 5’7 TE/LB 5’9 TE/LB 5’10 OG/DE 5’11 OG/DT 6’0 OG/LB 6’1 C/DT 5’11 OT/DT 6’0 C/DT 6’0 OG/LB 6’1 OT/DT 6’2

WT GR

#

Name

145 150 150 170 170 160 160 160 190 205 220 220 220 250 200 265

60 61 62 64 65 66 68 70 71 75 76 78 80 89

Ayden Blake OG/OG 5’8 Brennan Sweeney OT/DE 6’3 Tanner Kiel OG/DT 6’1 Jordan Sletten OG/DT 5’6 Cullen Dickson C/DT 5’8 Landen Hager OT/DT 5’10 Isaac Cooper OT/DT 6’2 Logan Lubahn OT/DT 6’5 Matt Ronan OT/DE 6’2 Connor Schwartzhoff C/DT 5’9 Mason Kelly OT/DT 6’1 Daniel Cowell OT/DT 6’1 Tyler Jones TE/LB 5’11 Cael Rethwisch TE/LB 5’6

150 220 210 215 215 210 250 350 205 255 200 275 155 130

W 1 2 3 4 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent at Decorah vs Waverly-Shell Rock at New Hampton vs Oelwein vs Crestwood at North Fayette Valley vs Forest City vs Monticello vs Solon vs PCM, Monroe

Waukon 18 45 34 58 54 48 56 46 24 38

SO SO SO SO SR JR SO SO JR SR SR SO SO SR SO JR

Statistics Comp. Att.

71

130

Yards

TD INT

1,163

14 3

Att. Yards YPC TD

129 71

1,098 672

8.5 9.5

19 11

Receiving Lincoln Snitker Brady Behrend

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Lincoln Snitker Brennan Sweeney

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Creed Welch

19 13 38 26

329 277 21.0 21.0

17.3 21.3 2.5 14.5

6 4 6 45.0

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

1

1

0

0

POS HT

WT GR

SO SR SR JR SO JR SO SO SR SR SO SR SO SO

Opp. 19 10 14 12 0 22 14 14 8 21

Points scored per game: 42.1 Points allowed per game: 13.4

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Postseason records through the 2019 playoffs. On this page (P. 44) are team all-time playoff and championship marks. On the next page (P. 45) are championship game records by classification.

PLAYOFF RECORDS School

School

Valley, West Des Moines Emmetsburg Bettendorf Harlan Community Clear Lake Ankeny Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. Newton

#

28 24 22 19 18 17 17 17

Years

#

#

12 10 9 7 7 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Years

#

Iowa City, City High Sioux City, East West Branch Bishop Garrigan, Algona Madrid Cedar Rapids, Washington Mount Vernon Newton Pleasant Valley Clear Lake Decorah Fairfield Urbandale Waverly-Shell Rock West Delaware, Manchester

27 27 27 26 26 25 25 25 24 23 23 23 23 23 23

School

School

St. Albert, Council Bluffs West Lyon, Inwood Madrid Bishop Garrigan, Algona Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Solon Regina, Iowa City Xavier, Cedar Rapids School

#

17 17 16 15 15 15 14 14

Years

1997-2013 2003-2019 1990-2005 2004-2018 2004-2018 2005-2019 2004-2017 2006-2019

Most Playoff Victories #

Madrid 48 Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 47 Iowa City, City High 46 Cedar Falls 45 Pella 43 Decorah 41 Ankeny 39 Mount Vernon 39 West Branch 39 West Bend-Mallard 37

Most State Championships

1972, 82, 83, 84, 93, 95, 97, 98, 2003, 04, 05, 09 2000, 01, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 1977, 79, 89, 90, 97, 2000, 02, 03, 08 1981, 87, 88, 91, 92, 2004, 07 2005, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 1974, 87, 88, 89, 2012 1988, 2007, 08, 09, 10 2003, 03, 05, 08, 11 1986, 87, 97, 2007, 12 1998, 99, 2010, 13, 19 1975, 82, 2008, 13 1993, 94, 96, 2009 1979, 85, 2001, 05 1990, 2000, 08, 09 2004, 06, 07, 09 1994, 98, 99, 2004

School

CLGLR; Central Lyon Columbus Catholic, Waterloo Davenport, Central Don Bosco, Gilbertville Grundy Center Hudson Iowa City, West Linn-Mar, Marion Mount Vernon Pekin Pella West Branch Xavier, Cedar Rapids

#

West Hancock, Britt Aplington-Parkersburg Prairie, Cedar Rapids Sigourney/Keota WACO, Wayland Webster City West Marshall, State Center Ames New Hampton Pleasantville West Bend-Mallard Williamsburg

Most Consecutive Playoff Appearances

1992-2019 1983-2006 1998-2019 1995-2013 1998-2015 2000-2016 1985-2001 1987-2003

Harlan Community 93 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 82 Bettendorf 73 Emmetsburg 72 Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 57 Valley, W.D.M. 61 Solon 57 West Lyon, Inwood 52 Regina, Iowa City 51 St. Albert, Council Bluffs 50

Harlan Community Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. Emmetsburg Bettendorf Regina, Iowa City Decorah Solon Valley, W.D.M. Wapsie Valley, Fairbank West Lyon, Inwood Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Iowa City, City High Sigourney/Keota; Sigourney Southern Cal St. Albert, Council Bluffs West Bend-Mallard

School

42 40 38 37 35 35 31 30 30 30 30 29 29 28 28

School

School

Most Playoff Appearances

#

Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. Emmetsburg Harlan Community Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Bettendorf Valley, West Des Moines Pella Cedar Falls Solon Wapsie Valley, Fairbank West Lyon, Inwood Ankeny Assumption, Davenport Pekin, Packwood St. Albert, Council Bluffs

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School

23 22 22 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20

#

Years

Harlan Community 13 1981-1993 Lisbon 13 2004-2016 Pella 13 2007-2019 Thirteen teams tied with 12.

School

#

Dike-New Hartford 34 West Hancock, Britt 33 Pekin 31 Xavier, Cedar Rapids 30

#

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Years

1976, 77, 2006 1976, 86, 2004 1973, 76, 83 2013, 16, 17 1984, 87, 88 1975, 94, 2018 1995, 98, 99 1985, 89, 90 1974, 93, 94 1982, 83, 89 2014, 15, 16 1989, 91, 92 2006, 17, 18

Sixteen schools have won 2 football state championships

Statistics are through the 2019 postseason.

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2020 IHSAA State Football Championships


CONDUCT COUNTS CONDUCT COUNTS

In this EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION these behaviors are NOT acceptable: In this EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION conduct, including profanity, obscene • Disrespectful these behaviors are NOT acceptable:

gestures or comments, offensive remarks of a sexual nature, or other actions that demean individuals or the event. conduct, including profanity, obscene • Disrespectful Penaltyof-aEJECTION gestures or comments, offensive remarks sexual nature,

or other actions that demean individuals or the event.

Throwing articles onto the contest area. Penalty - EJECTION Penalty - EJECTION

Throwing articles onto the contest area. Entering the contest area in protest or -celebration. Penalty EJECTION

Entering the contest area in protest or celebration. - EJECTION Physical confrontation involvingPenalty contest officials,

Penalty - EJECTION

Jumping up and down on the bleachers. • Jumping up and down on the bleachers. Penalty - Warning/EJECTION Penalty - Warning/EJECTION

Use of artificial noisemakers, signs or banners. or banners. • Use of artificial noisemakers, signsPenalty - Warning/EJECTION Penalty - Warning/EJECTION

Chants or cheers directed opponents. or cheers directed at at opponents. • Chants Penalty - Warning/EJECTION Penalty - Warning/EJECTION

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W W O AA IIO

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Penalty - EJECTION

Spectator interference with the event. Penalty - EJECTION • Spectator interference with the event.

CIA

coaches/directors, contestants or spectators. involving contest officials, • Physical confrontation - EJECTION coaches/directors, contestants orPenalty spectators.

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CLASS 1A Championship Game Friday, November 20 10:00 a.m.

OABCIG (11-0) vs. Van Meter (11-0) Past IHSAA Class 1A Champions Year

School

1972 Radcliffe 1973 Dexfield, Redfield 1974 AvoHa, Avoca 1975 Glidden-Ralston 1976 BCL, Conrad 1977 Manilla 1978 Eastwood, Correctionville 1979 Treynor 1980 Woodbury Central, Moville 1981 Dike 1982 Pekin, Packwood 1983 Pekin, Packwood 1984 Pocahontas 1985 Center Point 1986 Lynnville-Sully 1987 Grundy Center 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

Year

School

1988 Grundy Center 1989 West Branch 1990 Southern Cal, Lake City 1991 West Branch 1992 West Branch 1993 Aplington-Parkersburg 1994 Hudson 1995 Denver 1996 West Hancock, Britt 1997 Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 1998 Pekin, Packwood 1999 West Marshall, State Center 2000 Southern Cal, Lake City 2001 Aplington-Parkersburg 2002 Akron-Westfield 2003 Eldora-New Providence

Year

School

2004 St. Albert, Council Bluffs 2005 Regina, Iowa City 2006 St. Albert, Council Bluffs 2007 St. Albert, Council Bluffs 2008 Emmetsburg 2009 St. Albert, Council Bluffs 2010 West Lyon, Inwood 2011 Saint Ansgar 2012 Regina, Iowa City 2013 Regina, Iowa City 2014 Regina, Iowa City 2015 Regina, Iowa City 2016 Western Christian, Hull 2017 Van Meter 2018 West Sioux, Hawarden 2019 West Lyon, Inwood

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OABCIG

1A

#

Name

POS HT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 20 21 22 24 27 28 30 32

Cooper DeJean QB/CB 6’2 Beckett DeJean QB/CB 6’0 Trust Wells WR/CB 5’11 Myles Beck SL/DB 5’2 Ethan Behrendsen SL/LB 5’10 Zach Hemer QB/LB 6’1 Cameron Sharkey WR/LB 6’4 Andrew Romero DB 5’5 Kelton Ladwig RB/LB 5’10 Gabe Winterrowd RB/CB 5’5 Beau Nieman RB/CB 5’6 Carson Sharkey WR/DB 5’10 Easton Harms WR/CB 6’0 Josh Peters WR/CB 5’9 Eli Salcido RB/CB 5’9 Marshall Mogensen WR/DB 5’5 Jaysen Davis WR/CB 5’3 Kolton Knop WR/CB 5’8 Philip Wilkerson WR/CB 5’1

WT GR

#

197 165 146 100 142 175 158 125 173 123 123 132 157 131 157 135 113 165 88

33 34 35 40 44 45 50 51 52 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63

SR SO SR FR FR JR SR FR FR SO JR FR JR SO JR FR SO SR SO

School Information Head Coach: Larry Allen Assistant Coaches: Travis Chizek, Jeff Spotts, Jason DeJean, David Winterrowd Trainer: Mike Spetman Superintendent: Matt Alexander Principal: Patrick Miller Athletic Director: Larry Allen Enrollment (9-11): 226 Playoff Appearances 8 as OABCIG: 2008, 10, 11, 12, 14, 18, 19, 20 3 as Odebolt-Arthur; 2 as Ida Grove State Championships 1: 2019

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1A

THE FALCONS (11-0) Name

POS HT

Landon Veit RB/LB 5’6 Peyton Harris WR/LB 6’1 Griffin Diersen RB/LB 5’10 Kane Ladwig WR/CB 5’6 Treyten Kolar WR/LB 6’2 Lennon Wells WR/CB 5’8 Keaton Railsback OT/LB 6’1 Koen Miller OG/DT 5’10 Carter Hoefling OT/DE 6’0 Gage Leed OG/LB 5’7 Bradyn Barker C/LB 5’7 Dylan Malone OG/LB 5’8 Blake Delong OG/DT 5’7 Collin Grove OL/DL 6’2 Aaron Romero-Cano OG/DT 5’7 Andrew Sholty OG/DE 5’7 M. Zermeno-Contreras OL/DL 5’10 Ethan Shever OG/LB 6’2 Jagger Loger OL/DL 5’9

Passing Cooper DeJean

WT GR

#

Name

148 152 181 110 149 118 165 239 185 171 152 181 154 152 177 158 177 187 114

64 65 66 67 68 71 72 73 74 76 78 79 80 81 84 86

Evan Burk Levi Streed Zach Dunker Kyle Spotts Mason Gunderson Ashton Schramm Connor Hoegh Alex Clark Vince Hoefling Luke Swanger Karsen Hoefling Jack Sohm Geo Ehrig Kale Ladwig Karson Quirk Caden Wareham

W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent at Ridge View vs Spirit Lake vs Missouri Valley vs East Sac County at MVAOCOU at Underwood vs Treynor vs East Sac County vs Western Christian vs West Sioux vs Sigourney/Keota

SO SR SO SO SO SO JR SO SO FR FR FR SO JR SO JR FR JR FR

Statistics Comp. Att.

Yards

TD INT

185 304

3,129

32 8

Rushing Cooper DeJean Griffin Diersen

Att. Yards YPC TD

Receiving Easton Harms Griffin Diersen

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Ethan Shever Geo Ehrig

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Caden Wareham

116 76 56 30 56 45

1,162 469 931 574 3.0 5.0

10.0 6.2 16.6 19.1 3.0 4.0

22 13 13 9 75.5 59.0

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

62

69

3

3

POS HT

OG/DT 5’8 OG/DT 5’11 OT/DT 5’10 OG/DE 6’0 OL/DL 6’2 OG/DT 5’9 OG/LB 5’4 OG/DE 5’10 OT/DT 5’10 OT/DT 5’8 OL/LB 6’3 OT/DE 6’3 LB 6’2 WR/CB 5’7 WR/LB 5’10 WR/CB 6’0

WT GR

183 182 194 218 179 171 140 170 204 225 167 165 175 123 148 156

JR SO SR SO FR SO SO SR SO SO FR SO SR SO SO SR

OABCIG 42 27 54 55 63 49 57 49 41 63 43

Opp. 0 21 0 7 14 22 20 7 14 14 21

Points scored per game: 46.3 Points allowed per game: 14.0 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships


VAN METER

1A

#

Name

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 14 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26

Rylan Wiedman Alex Jones Chris Schreck Ben Gilliland Korbin Barck Ganon Archer Calvin Sieck Levi Beeler Jack Pettit Maddox Artzer Ryan Fisher Michael Banks Luke Wilcox Matt Kerber Caden Peterson Allen Van Pelt Kobe Richards

POS HT

WR/CB 5’7 WR/S 5’9 WR/CB 5’11 QB/LB 6’0 RB/LB 5’9 QB/S 6’3 TE/LB 6’1 QB/CB 5’7 QB/LB 6’0 WR/CB 5’9 WR/CB 6’0 WR/LB 5’10 WR/LB 5’7 RB/LB 5’10 WR/DE 6’5 WR/CB 5’9 WR/CB 6’0

WT GR

#

130 160 155 175 165 175 200 140 180 140 140 155 145 130 185 160 160

27 28 29 31 32 34 35 36 38 41 44 50 52 53 54 55 56

SO SR JR SO JR JR SR SO JR SR JR SO JR SO JR SR SR

School Information Head Coach: Eric Trudo Assistant Coaches: Rick Roberts, Dustin Wright, Jay Olson, Brian Gordon, Curtis Giesking, Addison Boughton, Marcus Benton Superintendent: Deron Durflinger Principal: Adam Lamoureux Athletic Director: Rick Roberts Enrollment (9-11): 181 Playoff Appearances 19: 1994, 95, 96, 97, 2001, 02, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 State Championships 1: 2017

2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

THE BULLDOGS (11-0) Name

POS HT

Carter Durflinger Will Gordon Dylan Sherlock Trevin Jensen Drew Glade John Braun Ethan Weigel Dalten Van Pelt Jackson Boese Isaac Roeder Ethan Fisher Ike Speltz Casey Trudo Kyler Young Ryder Koons Lincoln Olsen Max Gilliland

Passing Jack Pettit Rushing Dalten Van Pelt Jack Pettit

RB/LB 6’0 WR/CB 6’0 WR/S 6’3 WR/LB 6’0 WR/S 5’10 WR/LB 6’1 WR/LB 5’10 RB/LB 5’11 RB/LB 5’6 WR/LB 6’0 TE/DT 6’2 C/DE 6’0 OT/DE 6’2 OG/DT 5’10 OT/LB 5’11 OG/DE 6’2 C/DT 6’1

WT GR

#

Name

160 155 160 170 150 180 160 180 150 150 195 205 190 210 175 240 235

58 59 60 61 62 65 68 72 73 74 77 79 80 81 88

Michael Steinfeldt Caden Tost Ashtian Watson AJ Redondo Ben Adams Jacob Bringle Mateo Angel Nic Grob Joe Junker Hagan Miller Tyler Glade Gabe Kuehler Mason Drake Aiden Michalski Aydn Netten

W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent at Winterset vs Earlham at Panorama vs West Central Valley vs ACGC at Kuemper Catholic at Woodward-Granger vs ACGC vs Pella Christian vs Underwood vs South Central Calhoun

SO SO JR JR SO FR JR JR SO SR SR SO JR JR SR JR SR

Statistics Comp. Att.

77

124

Yards

TD INT

1,187

18 2

Att. Yards YPC TD

250 122

1,767 866

7.1 7.1

19 16

Receiving Maddox Artzer Chris Schreck

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Calvin Sieck Casey Trudo

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Will Gordon

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

22 21 23 24 29

382 339 7.0 15.5 32

1a

17.4 16.1 0.5 7.5 0

1 5 53.0 51.0 1

POS HT

OT/LB 6’1 OG/DT 6’2 OT/DE 6’0 OG/DT 5’8 C/DT 5’11 OT/DE 6’4 OG/DT 5’8 C/DT 5’11 OG/DT 6’5 OG/DT 5’9 OT/DE 5’11 OG/DT 6’3 WR/S 5’9 WR/S 6’3 WR/S 6’2

WT GR

200 205 165 240 180 210 225 200 215 225 190 300 130 170 155

SO JR SO SO SO SR SO JR JR SO SO SR SO JR SO

VM 33 40 30 48 46 35 41 36 49 33 20

Opp. 14 0 0 6 12 18 0 0 23 14 12

Points scored per game: 37.4 Points allowed per game: 9.0

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CLASS A Championship Game Thursday, November 19 2:00 p.m.

Grundy Center (11-0) vs. Regina, Iowa City (10-1)

Past IHSAA Class A Champions Year

School

1981 Paullina 1982 Lone Tree 1983 Sutherland 1984 Schleswig 1985 Paton-Churdan 1986 Paton-Churdan 1987 GMG, Garwin 1988 Schleswig 1989 Laurens-Marathon 1990 Logan-Magnolia 1991 Madrid 1992 Bedford 1993 Riceville 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

Year

School

1994 West Bend-Mallard 1995 Gehlen Catholic, LeMars 1996 Guthrie Center 1997 West Central, Maynard 1998 West Bend-Mallard 1999 West Bend-Mallard 2000 Hubbard-Radcliffe 2001 Fredericksburg 2002 Manning 2003 Treynor 2004 West Bend-Mallard 2005 North Mahaska, New Sharon 2006 I-K-M, Manilla

Year

School

2007 Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 2008 Southern Cal, Lake City 2009 Southern Cal, Lake City 2010 North Tama, Traer 2011 Lisbon 2012 Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 2013 West Lyon, Inwood 2014 Logan-Magnolia 2015 Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2016 Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2017 West Sioux, Hawarden 2018 Hudson 2019 West Hancock, Britt

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GRUNDY CENTER

A

#

Name

2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 23 24

Austin Betts Ben Wegmann Sullivan Dirks Cole Lehr Colin Gordon Dexter Whitehill Ethan Aswegan Logan Knaack Matt Jansen Jason Feliciano Ethan Sadler Cameron King Tyler Venenga Dayne Zinkula Nick Ascher Zach Opheim Clay Saak

POS HT

WR/CB 5’8 QB/CB 6’0 WR/S 6’1 RB/LB 5’11 QB/S 6’0 WR/CB 6’2 WR/CB 6’1 QB/S 6’0 WR/CB 5’9 WR/CB 5’11 WR/CB 5’11 WR/S 5’9 TE/LB 6’3 WR/LB 6’1 WR/DE 6’5 RB/LB 6’1 RB/LB 5’11

WT GR

#

150 145 135 165 155 150 155 170 165 140 150 130 145 180 225 180 150

28 29 30 32 34 38 40 43 50 51 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

SO SO FR JR FR JR SO JR SR SR JR JR FR JR SR SR FR

THE SPARTANS (11-0) Name

School Information Passing Head Coach: Travis Zajac Assistant Coaches: Chris Conger, Gary Knaack, Scott Logan Knaack Muller, Jeff Dole, Nathan Hunt, Nick Betts Rushing Trainer: Michael Olson Zach Opheim Superintendent: Robert Hughes Logan Knaack Principal: Michael Vokes Receiving Athletic Director: Dan Breyfogle Nick Ascher Enrollment (9-11): 152 Dexter Whitehill Playoff Appearances Tackles 13:1983, 84, 87, 88, 91, 92, 93, 94, 2011, 13, 15, 19, 20 Brayden Sawyer State Championships Wes Willis 3: 1984, 1987, 1988 Kicking Colin Gordon

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POS HT

Justin Knaack Stuart Whitehill Bryce Greiner Tate Jirovsky Tanner Laube Dylan Hinders Cameron Decker Dylan Knaack Brayden Sawyer Braden Jensen Ryder Ross Carter Mackie Griffin Eekhoff Harry Brekunitch Trevor McMartin Mason Beeghly Cole Richtsmeier

WR/LB 5’6 RB/LB 5’10 TE/LB 6’5 TE/LB 6’3 WR/CB 5’7 RB/LB 6’0 WR/CB 5’8 WR/LB 5’8 C/LB 5’11 OG/DE 6’0 C/DT 5’8 OG/LB 5’7 OT/DE 6’1 OG/DT 5’6 OG/DT 6’0 OG/LB 6’2 C/DE 5’11

WT GR

#

Name

130 165 195 150 130 160 145 130 205 150 130 140 160 130 205 185 165

60 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 74 75 76 81

Kolby Muller Trent Greiner Conner Koch Keon VanHorn Damien Hitchings Kasey Seitz Austin Heltibridle Julian Lamp Tate Ahlberg Patrick Brown III Wes Willis Sloan Klar Trent Cakerice Cooper Hoy

W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent at Panorama vs Dike-New Hartford vs North Mahaska at Lynnville-Sully vs BCLUW at North Tama vs Belle Plaine vs Ogden vs Nodaway Valley at West Hancock vs St. Albert, Council Bluffs

FR SO JR FR FR SO FR FR JR SO FR JR SO FR SR JR JR

Statistics Comp. Att.

Yards

TD INT

54 109

867

13 3

Att. Yards YPC TD

188 114

1,817 1,189

9.7 10.4

28 16

Rec. Yards YPC TD

16 13

262 261

16.4 20.1

5 3

Solo TFL Sacks Total

40 40

4.5 22.5

0.0 12.0

63.0 51.5

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

50

55

a

1

1

POS HT

OG/DT 6’0 OG/DT 6’0 OG/LB 5’11 OT/DE 5’10 OT/DT 6’5 OG/DT 5’10 OT/DE 6’5 OT/DE 6’1 OG/DT 6’3 OT/DE 6’4 OT/DE 6’4 OT/DT 6’1 OT/DE 6’2 WR/LB 6’1

WT GR

260 225 175 175 230 220 225 200 175 195 245 300 180 160

SR JR JR FR SR FR SR SO SR SO SR JR FR SO

GC 20 35 42 65 51 47 42 48 40 20 34

Opp. 14 0 0 14 0 0 0 6 0 14 6

Points scored per game: 40.4 Points allowed per game: 4.9 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships


REGINA, IOWA CITY

A

#

Name

POS HT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 25 26 26

Coleton Daniel 5’5 Henry Bottorff 5’2 Levi Quinlan RB 5’10 Jack Tierney S/WR 5’11 Trent Gerard LB Ashton Cook QB 6’5 Jackson Naeve Chase Becker WR 6’4 Steven Liu 5’7 Jack Hoover Alec Wick WR/CB 6’1 Dylan Vittetoe WR/CB 6’1 Gentry Dumont S/QB Erwin Njoroge Carter Rios S 5’8 Santana Miller Will Freeman 6’2 Theo Kolie RB/DE 6’2 Chris Waikel 5’10 Mikey Takacs 5’6 Ty Joss Sam Aitchison S/WR 5’8 Seth Lenz Sawyer Hamilton Andrew Triplett CB 5’11

THE REGALS (10-1)

WT GR

#

Name

115 98 160 145 160 206 150 195 127 150 180 147 150 150 143 150 160 175 140 126 150 145 150 150 135

31 32 33 34 35 35 36 38 40 41 42 44 46 47 49 50 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 56 60

Evan Loening Danny Gavin LB/RB 5’9 Noah Kron 5’8 Blake Chambliss LB/WR 6’0 Charles Crigger 6’1 Alex Espinoza 5’9 Evan Lacina Nick Wagner TE/DE 6’5 Carson Jensen S/WR 5’7 Nathan Welsh Andrew Deninger K 5’6 Jackson Hamilton LB 5’8 Sean Nugent Jack Goedken WR/ST 6’1 Will Goedken Jackson Marx LB/C Grant Rustan 6’3 Ian Udell Drew Streb Fadlalla Mohamed Adam Connell DL Drew Demory OG 5’10 Jack Devery Matthew Takacs Anthony Kimani OL 5’11

SO SO SR SO JR SR FR SR SO FR SR SO FR FR JR FR JR SR SO SO FR JR SR FR JR

School Information Head Coach: Marv Cook Assistant Coaches: Jason Dumont, Ed Hinkel, Brad Beane, Mark Mitchell, Phil Arndt, Mitch Wieland, Tom Nosbish, Jim Poynton, Dustin Elsburry, John Naeve, Doug Vincent Trainer: Johnnie James Superintendent: Lee Morrison Principal: Glenn Plummer Athletic Director: Bryce Smeins Enrollment (9-11): 159 Playoff Appearances 17: 1972, 2004, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20 State Championships 7: 2005, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

Passing Ashton Cook

POS HT

WT GR

#

Name

150 170 145 146 157 165 150 245 110 150 145 160 150 160 150 150 210 150 150 150 150 195 150 150 220

67 68 69 70 70 71 75 76 77 78 78 79 80 81 81 82 83 85 86 89 92

Ronan Poynton Will Farnsworth Jackson Mills OL/DL Jack Clark Xander Rogers 5’11 Charlie Bowen OT/OG 6’4 Caden Shetler OG/DL 5’10 Andrew Wiese DE/OT 6’3 Josh Gaffey OT/DT 6’3 Carson Irving Jack Keller OT/LB 6’3 Aidan Udell LB/OG 5’8 Alex Jensen Nolan McDonald Mason Mergen 5’7 Ethan Patterson 5’9 Gabe Graff WR 5’8 Holden Berg Colin Baker Danny Molony WR Eddie Petersen

W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent vs Pleasant Valley at Clear Lake at North Cedar vs Wapello vs Lisbon at Columbus Community vs Highland vs Wapello vs Alburnett vs Wapsie Valley vs Saint Ansgar

FR SO JR JR JR SO SO SR JR FR JR JR SR SR FR SR JR FR FR FR SR SR FR FR JR

Statistics Comp. Att.

Yards

TD INT

151 229

2,286

22 3

Rushing Theo Kolie Ashton Cook

Att. Yards YPC TD

Receiving Alec Wick Theo Kolie

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Aidan Udell Sam Atchison

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Alec Wick

161 53 57 22

1,316 224 1,047 359

8.2 4.2 18.4 16.3

27 3 15 2

53 1.5 1.5 55.0 34 0.0 0.0 38.0 PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

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35

A

0

0

POS HT

WT GR

150 150 150 150 146 213 250 198 230 150 220 180 150 150 125 135 140 150 150 150 150

SO FR SR FR JR SR JR JR JR SO SR JR FR FR JR SO JR FR FR SR FR

ICR 13 21 62 43 56 47 56 42 28 32 49

Opp. 45 20 0 16 26 22 19 0 7 27 28

Points scored per game: 40.8 Points allowed per game: 19.1

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Eight-Player Championship Game Thursday, November 19 10:00 a.m.

St. Mary’s, Remsen (11-0) vs. Fremont-Mills, Tabor (8-1)

Past IHSAA Eight-Player Champions Year

School

2000 Adair-Casey 2001 Adair-Casey 2002 Sentral, Fenton 2003 Sentral, Fenton 2004 St. Mary’s, Remsen 2005 Glidden-Ralston 2006 Northeast Hamilton, Blairsburg 2007 Stanton 2008 Lenox 2009 Armstrong-Ringsted 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

Year

School

2010 Armstrong-Ringsted 2011 Fremont-Mills, Tabor 2012 Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 2013 Don Bosco, Gilbertville 2014 Newell-Fonda 2015 Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 2016 Don Bosco, Gilbertville 2017 Don Bosco, Gilbertville 2018 New London 2019 Don Bosco, Gilbertville

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FREMONT-MILLS, TABOR

8p

#

Name

2

POS HT

THE KNIGHTS (8-1)

WT GR

#

Name

#

Name

Owen Thornton

5’9 145 SO

17

Adam Perrin

6’0 210 JR

52

JT Mahaney

4

Jesse Lemonds

5’6 140 SR

20 Taylor Reed

6’1 170 SO

54 Hunter Collins

5’11 230 SO

5

Nick Madison

5’9 150 JR

25 Luke Madison

5’9 130 FR

58 Tyler Johnson

6’2 240 SO

6

Jake Malcom

5’11 130 JR

30 Zane Jurey

5’9 195 JR

60 Samuel Daly

5’10 235 SO

8

Seth Malcom

6’4 210 SR

32

5’9 155 FR

62 Chance Roof

5’9 235 JR

10

Braxton Blackburn

5’9 155 FR

39 Payten Van Houten

5’8 165 SO

63 Isaac Vanatta

5’10 275 SR

11

Paxten Van Houten

5’9 170 SO

44 Cooper Langfelt

6’3 230 SR

66 Kellen Fichter

5’11 220 JR

12

Kyle Kesterson

5’9 145 JR

50 Cooper Marvel

6’0 205 FR

72

Caleb Brandt

6’0 215 FR

15

Aidan Daigh

6’2 195 SR

51

5’6 150 FR

W 1 2 3 7 R1 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent vs Bedford vs Griswold at East Mills vs Central Valley vs Exira-EHK vs Woodbine at Martensdale-St Marys vs CAM, Anita vs Don Bosco, Gilbertville

School Information Head Coach: Jeremy Christiansen Assistant Coaches: Kyle Fichter, Greg Ernster, Steve Raymond, DJ Erkenbrack, Jeremy Marvel Trainer: David Owen Superintendent: Dave Gute Principal: Jeremy Christiansen Athletic Director: DJ Erkenbrack Enrollment (9-11): 93 Playoff Appearances 12: 1982, 2010, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 State Championships 1: 2011

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POS HT

Mathew Lamkins

Tucker Stille

Passing Jake Malcom Rushing Seth Malcom Jake Malcom

WT GR

8p

Statistics Comp. Att.

55

98

Yards

TD INT

901

14 5

Att. Yards YPC TD

180 66

1,548 399

8.6 6.0

18 9

Receiving Taylor Reed Paxten Van Houten

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Seth Malcom Paxten Van Houten

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Owen Thornton

11 13 69 29

236 194 16.0 3.5

21.5 14.9 0.0 0.0

3 3

11

0

WT GR

5’8 215 SO

FM 53 74 50 16 51 46 58 30 32

Opp. 0 16 25 25 6 26 42 28 30

88.5 47.0

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

4

POS HT

0

Points scored per game: 45.6 Points allowed per game: 22.0 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships


ST. MARY’S, REMSEN

8P

#

Name

1

Brody Schorg

POS HT

WT GR

THE HAWKS (11-0)

#

Name

RB/CB 5’11 135 JR

15

Cael Ortmann

TE/DE 6’1 175 SO

42 Wesley Galles

C/DE 5’10 205 JR

2

Levi Waldschmitt RB/LB 5’10 180 SR

17

Isaiah Gerrietts

WR/CB 5’11 180 SO

44 Hunter Pick

OG/DE 6’0 195 FR

3

Alex Schroeder

RB/LB 5’9 160 SO

18

Damen Brownmiller WR/LB 6’2 170 SR

45 Sean Cronin

C/DE 5’9 195 JR

5

Dawson Harpenau TE/CB 5’11 165 SR

21

Brenden Fisch

RB/LB 5’10 180 SO

52

OG/DT 6’0 235 FR

8

Ryan Willman

WR/CB 6’5 180 SO

23

Nathan Britt

OG/DE 5’9 170 SO

54 Jacob Britt

DT/OG 6’1 200 SR

10

Austin Jensen

TE/DE 6’4 190 JR

26 Jeremy Koenck

RB/LB 5’9 170 SR

64 Kaden Groepper

OG/DT 5’9 240 SO

13

Jaxon Bunkers

QB/LB 6’1 190 SO

31

WR/CB 5’9 150 FR

14

Blaine Harpenau

QB/LB 6’1 170 SR

33 Xavier Galles

School Information Head Coach: Tim Osterman Assistant Coaches: Jerome Holmes, Ryan Galles, Michael Koenck, Levi Te Brink, Jarrod Schott Superintendent: Patty Lansink Principal: Kim Phillips Athletic Director: Jarrod Schott Enrollment (9-11): 50 Playoff Appearances 10: 2003, 04, 06, 08, 09, 10, 13, 17, 19, 20 State Championships 1: 2004

Colbey Penning

Passing Blaine Harpenau Rushing Jeremy Koenck Blaine Harpenau

WT GR

#

Name

Ty Tritz

POS HT

WT GR

C/DE 6’2 170 SR

Statistics Comp. Att.

59

101

Yards

TD INT

924

15 3

Att. Yards YPC TD

142 101

1,107 858

7.8 8.5

17 14

Receiving Damen Brownmiller Austin Jensen

Rec. Yards YPC TD

Tackles Levi Waldschmitt Jaxon Bunkers

Solo TFL Sacks Total

Kicking Jeremy Koenck 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

POS HT

8P

37 26 55 43

635 443 8.0 7.0

17.2 17.0 4.0 2.0

10 7 64.5 61.0

PAT Made PAT Att. FG Made FG Att.

32

42

0

1

W 1 2 4 5 6 7 R1 R2 R3 QF SF

Schedule H/A Opponent vs River Valley at Harris-Lake Park at West Bend-Mallard vs GTRA at Newell-Fonda vs Kingsley-Pierson vs GTRA vs West Harrison vs Harris-Lake Park vs Audubon vs Montezuma

RSM 56 52 56 45 30 48 56 71 53 42 108

Opp. 20 0 6 0 28 13 14 6 13 27 94

Points scored per game: 56.1 Points allowed per game: 20.1

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2020 PLAYOFFS

Results from of this year’s IHSAA football postseason from the third round, which functioned as the usual Round of 16 this fall. The IHSAA began the football playoffs in 1972. Due to COVID-19, the IHSAA made the playoffs an all-in option for participating teams for the first time.

Postseason Results CLASS 4A

CLASS 3A

CLASS 2A

THIRD ROUND & QUARTERFINAL PODS

THIRD ROUND & QUARTERFINAL PODS

THIRD ROUND & QUARTERFINAL PODS

POD A

POD A

POD A

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

Pleasant Valley 10, Bettendorf 6

Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 42, Spencer 7

CL/GLR 28, Estherville Lincoln Central 6

Iowa City, West 38, Dubuque, Hempstead 24

Webster City 28, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 21

West Lyon, Inwood 12, Spirit Lake 0

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Pleasant Valley 38, Iowa City, West 24

Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 23, Webster City 14

CL/GLR 34, West Lyon, Inwood 13

POD B

POD B

POD B

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

Southeast Polk 41, Ankeny Centennial 7

Lewis Central 34, Ballard 6

West Marshall, State Center 27, Atlantic 7

Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 45, Prairie, Cedar Rapids 14

Harlan Community 49, Carlisle 42

PCM, Monroe 42, Greene County 0

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Southeast Polk 48, Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 0

Harlan Community 21, Lewis Central 14

PCM, Monroe 21, West Marshall, State Center 20

POD C

POD C

POD C

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

Ankeny 37, Cedar Falls 16

Grinnell 6, Pella 0

Camanche 35, Tipton 29

Waukee 50, Indianola 28

Xavier, Cedar Rapids 17, Wahlert, Dubuque 14

West Liberty 20, Williamsburg 14

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Ankeny 28, Waukee 7

Xavier, Cedar Rapids 21, Grinnell 7

Camanche 34, West Liberty 20

POD D

POD D

POD D

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 38, Waterloo, West 12

West Delaware, Manchester 47, Washington 14

Waukon 46, Monticello 14

Valley, W.D.M. 41, Urbandale 0

North Scott, Eldridge 13, Assumption, Davenport 10

Solon 37, Independence 21

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. no contest Valley W.D.M.

North Scott, Eldridge 24, West Delaware, Manchester 21

Waukon 24, Solon 8

SEMIFINALS

SEMIFINALS

SEMIFINALS

Southeast Polk 50, Pleasant Valley 10

Harlan Community 44, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 7

Ankeny 31, Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 24 (2OT)

North Scott, Eldridge 17, Xavier ,Cedar Rapids 10 (OT) Waukon 38, PCM, Monroe 21

FINAL Southeast Polk vs. Ankeny

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FINAL Harlan Community vs. North Scott, Eldridge

CL/GLR 41, Camanche 0

FINAL Central Lyon/George-Little Rock vs. Waukon

2020 IHSAA State Football Championships


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Postseason Results CLASS 1A

CLASS A

EIGHT-PLAYER

THIRD ROUND & QUARTERFINAL PODS

THIRD ROUND & QUARTERFINAL PODS

THIRD ROUND & QUARTERFINAL PODS

POD A

POD A

POD A

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

OABCIG 41, Western Christian, Hull 14

St. Albert, Council Bluffs 20, South O’Brien 8

St. Mary’s, Remsen 53, Harris-Lake Park 13

West Sioux, Hawarden 36, Emmetsburg 15

Logan-Magnolia 36, Riverside, Oakland 14

Audubon 28, Newell-Fonda 6

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

OABCIG 63, West Sioux, Hawarden 13

St. Albert, Council Bluffs 24, Logan-Magnolia 0

St. Mary’s, Remsen 42, Audubon 27

POD B

POD B

POD B

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

South Central Calhoun 20, South Hamilton, Jewell 8

West Hancock, Britt 56, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 18

CAM, Anita 62, Lamoni 6

Southeast Valley 34, Denver 7

Grundy Center 40, Nodaway Valley 0

Fremont-Mills, Tabor 58, Martensdale-St. Marys 42

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

South Central Calhoun 26, Southeast Valley 6

Grundy Center 20, West Hancock, Britt 14

Fremont-Mills, Tabor 30, CAM, Anita 28

POD C

POD C

POD C

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

Van Meter 39, Pella Christian 23

Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 15, Lisbon 8

Janesville 66, New London 22

Underwood 42, Mount Ayr 17

Regina, Iowa City 28, Alburnett 7

Don Bosco, Gilbertville 44, Tripoli 38

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Van Meter 33, Underwood 14

Regina, Iowa City 32, Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 27

Don Bosco, Gilbertville 42, Janesville 12

POD D

POD D

POD D

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

Columbus Catholic, Waterloo 32, Mediapolis 20

MFL MarMac 22, Edgewood-Colesburg 14

Easton Valley 55, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 0

Sigourney/Keota 35, Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 14

Saint Ansgar 42, South Winneshiek, Calmar 6

Montezuma 56, BGM, Brooklyn 14

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Quarterfinal

Sigourney/Keota 35, Columbus Catholic, Waterloo 32

Saint Ansgar 49, MFL MarMac 14

Montezuma 62, Easton Valley 35

SEMIFINALS

SEMIFINALS

SEMIFINALS Van Meter 20, South Central Calhoun 12

Regina, Iowa City 49, Saint Ansgar 28

St. Mary’s, Remsen 108, Montezuma 94

OABCIG 43, Sigourney/Keota 21

Grundy Center 34, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 6

Fremont-Mills, Tabor 32, Don Bosco, Gilbertville 30

FINAL OABCIG vs. Van Meter

2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

FINAL Grundy Center vs. Regina, Iowa City

FINAL St. Mary’s, Remsen vs. Fremont-Mills, Tabor

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2019 iN review

Breakdown of last year’s IHSAA football postseason from the quarterfinal round through the final round in each classification. Championship games moved to the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls in 1976. Semifinal games followed suit in 1998. State championship teams are pictured.

Class 4A

Quarterfinals Bettendorf 24, Cedar Falls 14 Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 27, Urbandale 13 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 42, Ankeny 14 Valley, West Des Moines 26, Waukee 10 Semifinals Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 42, C.R., Kennedy 6 Valley, West Des Moines 35, Bettendorf 7 Finals Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 21, Valley, W.D.M. 16

Class 3A

Quarterfinals Epworth, Western Dubuque 29, North Scott, Eldridge 7 Lewis Central 12, Dallas Center-Grimes 0 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 54, Norwalk 28 Solon 24, Pella 0 Semifinals Epworth, Western Dubuque 48, Lewis Central 14 Solon 43, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 36 Finals Epworth, Western Dubuque 37, Solon 17

Class 2A

Quarterfinals Algona 48, Greene County 15 OABCIG 48, PCM, Monroe 20 Waukon 32, West Liberty 12 Williamsburg 35, Clear Lake 21 Semifinals OABCIG 41, Algona 32 Waukon 32, Williamsburg 14 Finals OABCIG 37, Waukon 12 36

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2019 in review

Class 1A

Quarterfinals Regina, Iowa City 30, West Branch 20 Van Meter 10, South Central Calhoun 6 West Lyon, Inwood 36, Dike-New Hartford 14 West Sioux, Hawarden 41, Treynor 24 Semifinals Van Meter 49, Regina, Iowa City 17 West Lyon, Inwood 26, West Sioux, Hawarden 21 Finals West Lyon, Inwood 50, Van Meter 14

Class A

Quarterfinals Grundy Center 35, MFL MarMac 20 Saint Ansgar 36, Earlham 0 West Hancock, Britt 43, South O’Brien, Paullina 0 Woodbury Central, Moville 34, North Tama, Traer 23 Semifinals Grundy Center 23, Saint Ansgar 21 West Hancock, Britt 49, Woodbury Central, Moville 20 Finals West Hancock, Britt 21, Grundy Center 17

Eight-Player

Quarterfinals Audubon 40, CAM, Anita 32 Don Bosco, Gilbertville 67, Easton Valley 28 St. Mary’s, Remsen 34, Fremont-Mills, Tabor 20 Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction 64, HLV, Victor 14 Semifinals Audubon 39, St. Mary’s, Remsen 28 Don Bosco, Gilbertville 50, Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction 6 Finals Don Bosco, Gilbertville 35, Audubon 19 2020 IHSAA State Football Championships

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IFCA AWARDS

Each year, the Iowa Football Coaches Association recognizes current and former members with induction into its Hall of Fame. The 2020 inductees will be honored an IFCA ceremony. The Coaching with Character Award goes annually to a coach who embodies the high character, integrity, and concern for student-ahthletes and service to the profession that were evident throughout Coach Walt Fiegel’s career.

Iowa Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame Jim Dunne

All 34 years of Dunne’s varsity football coaching career came at Grinnell, where he spent 11 seasons as an assistant under Steve Kriegel and then 23 as an award-winning head coach. Dunne won nine district titles and recorded a 174-67 record as a head coach, twice a coach of the year finalist and Class 3A’s coach of the year in 1998. Grinnell was the Class 3A runner-up in that 1998 season, tying their best finish in program history. His Tiger teams went to the playoffs 15 times, and included 59 all-state players throughout his tenure. The long-time social studies teacher and activities director was also a Shrine Bowl coach in 1997. Dunne and his wife Sara have three children: Nicole Hart, Katelin Ferguson, and son Eli Dunne. They also have three grandchildren, who live in Texas.

A three-time state champion coach at Xavier, Cedar Rapids, Schulte began his head coaching career at his alma mater, LaSalle, Cedar Rapids, in 1994. His Xavier teams have played in five title games and made him the first coach in state history to win titles in Class 4A and Class 3A. He has recorded seven undefeated regular seasons from LaSalle and Xavier, and has been named the IFCA’s state coach of the year three times (2006, 2013, 2017) and the NFHS Iowa state coach of the year once (2017). A law and economics teacher at Xavier after getting his J.D. from the University of Iowa, Schulte and his wife Sherry live in Cedar Rapids. They have four children: sons Reggie, Bryce, and Quinn - all of whom played quarterback for Xavier and then college football - and daugher Hope who is a senior at Xavier.

Jerry Shafrath

Duane Schulte

A native of Ohio, Shafrath graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 1984 and began his coaching career with football and track and field at CWL, Corwith. After four years he moved to Lena, Illinois as a coach and teacher for two years, then returned to serve as an assistant under Hall of Fame coach Pat Mitchell at Cedar Falls from 1990 to 1994. Shafrath then spent the next 24 years, including 21 as a head coach, at Hampton-Dumont. His teams won 102 games and three district championships, including seven playoff appearances and a string of 28 consecutive regular season victories from 2005 to 2008. Shafrath was a five-time district coach of the year while wearing many hats at Hampton-Dumont as a teacher and administrator before retiring from teacher in 2018. He and his wife Kris have two adult children, son Ross (wife Tara) and daughter Paige.

The current athletic director and record-breaking head coach at Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines, Wilson is a native of Monroe with coaching stops and English Valleys, Wilton, Ball State University, and Dike-New Hartford before taking over the Maroons. Wilson has a career record of 264-64, including a 171-25 mark at Dowling Catholic through the 2020 semifinals. He has led 21 playoff teams and coached in 11 title games, including three runner-up finishes at Dike-New Hartford. His Dowling Catholic squads have won a state-record seven straight championships and have won eight overall. A three-time IFCA coach of the year, Wilson’s high school football coach was his wife Christie’s late father, Larry Andrew. They have three children: Ben, Mallory, and Trey.

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Walt Fiegel Coaching with Character Award Steve Milder

Milder began the 2020 season seventh in wins among active Iowa high school football coaches, leading teams for 45 years as a head coach. In his tenure at West Central, Maynard, he has coached 16 playoff teams including a state championship squad in 1997 and a 1978 runner-up. A graduate of Regina, Iowa City and member of their athletic Hall of Fame, he competed in football and baseball while a student at the University of Northern Iowa. Milder has coached four sports at West Central and been active in many school programs. He has facilitated the Holiday Boost Program to provide Christmas for families in his community for over 25 years. In 2013, he was selected for an Excellence in Mentoring award by the Iowa Mentoring Partnership. Milder and his wife married nine days before his coaching career began and they remain together through 49 football and 143 total sport seasons. Their sons are Matt and Mark, and they have three grandchildren: Mackenzie, Alexis, and Jace.

All-Time IFCA Hall of Fame Inductees Larry Abel John Aldrich Dave Arns Mike Augustine Dave Barclay Bill Barnard Frank Bates Clyde Bean Walt Becker Jim Bellamy Dick Bergstrom Don Betts Harold Birney Curt Bladt Jack Blazek Marvin Boehme Ed Bowers Mart Brandes Darrell Brand Glenn Brewer Larry Brown Ray Byrnes Lynn Cadwell Fred Cameron Dave Capitani Ralph Capitani Eugene Carey Dave Carper Jim Carver Bryan Case Tom Casey Bill Chambers Leonard Cole Beanie Cooper Herb Cormack Lee Crawford John Crimmings Lowell Crippen James Crow Kirk Daddow Wilbur Dalzell John Danks Robert Daut Leslie Davis Jesse Day

Al DiMarco Michael E. Dirksen Mike Dirksen Les Dollinger Ray Donels Max Dougherty George Dutcher Terry Eagen Steve Ehret Wendell Eidahl Everett Eischeid Fred Ekstrand Paul Epperly Don Erusha Bob Evans U.F. Evans Steve Everett Eugene Farrell Walt Fiegel Eugene Fisher Jack Fisk Don Fleming Howard Flowers Floyd Forman Jim Sr. Fox Dennis Frerichs Scott Frerichs Warren Gaer Frank Gilson Koy Goodchild Tom Good Mark Guenther Merv Habenicht Dale Hackett Al Hadar Norris Hale Ed Hansen Merle Harris Richard Harris Roger Harrington Rupert Hartshorn Brad Heitland Rick Hendryx Jim Hershberger Don Hicks

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Randy Hinkel L.C. Hipple Bill Hodam Rod Hough Bob Howard Otto Huebner John Hunter Dave Jacobson John Jenkins Bob Jensen Mike Jepson Archie Johnson Harold Johnson Phil Johnson Howard Justice Mike Kennedy Bill Kibby Tom Kilburg Roger Kittleson Roger Klingman Jim Kloewer Don Knock Tom Kopatich Russ Kraai Steve Kriegel Whitey Kuhlman Bob Lamson Tom Lang Ted Lawrence Wilson Leidigh Lyle Leinbaugh Frank Linduska Toby Lorenzen Max Lynn Ed Lyons Fred Lyons Joe Malsam Truman Manship Duane Marcellus Forrest Marquis Don Mauro Dan McClannahan Bob McCoy Tom McDermott Gary McElmuray

Leo McElrath Charles McGaffin Gordon McKinstrey Mark McLarnan Joe McNeill Bob McNew Dave Messerli Steve Milder Hap Miller John Mills Dave Mineart Pat Mitchell Bill Moore Reese Morgan Ed Morrissey Sam Moser Denny Muller Bill Nelson Dean Nelson Don Newell Bill Nielsen Larry Niemann Stan Norenberg Leo Novak Dick Null Curt Olson Steve Padilla Craig Parkinson Merritt Parson Charles Pastorino Butch Pedersen Gene Perkins Jerry Pezzetti Neil Phipps Bruce Pickford Doug Pinkham Rick Pogemiller Bill Post Claude Post Lonnie Powers Don Prior Greg Purnell Myron Radke Leonard Raffensperger Bob Rasmussen

Cecil Rhoads Ted Rogers Harley Rollinger Jay Rozeboom Elan Ruble Orville Rust Bob Sanger Bob Savage Gaylord Schelling Delos Schumacher Walter Schwank Edsel Schweizer Wally Sheets Rich Sherman Darrell Schumacher Randy Scott Jerry Shultz Lloyd Sisco Pearl Smith Jerry Southmayd Mike Stafford Dwight Spangler Tom Stahle Steve Staker Gary Stamp Jerry Staton Tom Steen Terry Stevens Emory Stewart David Still Clint Stille A.J. Stolfa Tom Stone John Strain Bob Strouse Richard Strouse David Sturm John Swanson Harold Sweet Gary Swenson Harold Tackleson Kenneth Tannatt Bill Taylor Jim Taylor Norm Thiess

Ed Thomas Gaileen Thomas Greg Thomas Bob Thurness Dick Tighe Bob Timmerman Dale Tryon Jerry Tryon Larry Tryon Duane Twait Chuck Uknes Kerry Van Winkle Bob Vander Linden Howard Vernon Hank Vogelman Steve Watson John Webb Bob Weber Ed Weeks Kenneth Wells Forest Westerling James Wharton Harold Wilkinson Fred Wieck Brian Wilken Jim Williams Ken Winkler Warren Woepking Mike Woodley Ed Wright Richard Wuest Ron Wymer Arthur Yates Jim Youel Bob Young Bob Younger Jim Yunek

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Class

#

School

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

368 Bettendorf 410 Urbandale 444 West Lyon, Inwood 583 Pekin 388 West Hancock, Britt 352 Fremont-Mills, Tabor

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Class

#

1992 1975 1998 1998 2019 2011

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

347 453 409 391 359 329

Most Passing Yards School

Year

Iowa City, West 2017 Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 2013 Spirit Lake 2015 West Sioux, Hawarden 2018 North Mahaska, New Sharon 1989 Don Bosco, Gilbertville 2015

Class

Most Points Scored, One Team

#

School

Year

4A 49 Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 2014 3A 49 Harlan 1998 49 Decorah 2012 2A 70 Spirit Lake 2015 1A 55 Pekin 1998 A 52 Gladbrook-Reinbeck 2015 52 Manning 2002 8P 81 Fremont-Mills, Tabor 2011

Championship Game: Individual Records

Class

#

Name

Class

#

Name

Class

#

Name

Class

#

Name

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

Class

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

250 273 269 311 282 218

347 453 387 391 359 329

30 23 25 20 26 23

170 193 227 227 203 163 187 #

12 13 10 10 10 10 9

Most Rushing Yards School

Tavian Banks Kevin Kruse Ryan Bakke Kevin Braddock Eric Stoakes Nate Meier

Bettendorf Harlan Garner-Hayfield West Branch Gladbrook-Reinbeck Fremont-Mills, Tabor

Most Passing Yards School

Evan Flitz Trenton Solsma Drew Adams Hunter Dekkers Jim Hicklin Brandon Bagby

Iowa City, West Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Mount Vernon West Sioux, Hawarden North Mahaska, New Sharon Don Bosco, Gilbertville

Most Passing Completions School

Evan Flitz Trenton Solsma Brett Moser Tyson Kooima Wyatt Hanus Bryce Perkins

Iowa City, West Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley Western Christian, Hull North Tama, Traer Harris-Lake Park

Most Receiving Yards

Rory Fedderson Connor Niles Connor Herrmann Lane Danielson Kade Lynott Jason Steege Jacob Spieler Name

School

Linn-Mar, Marion Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Mount Vernon Dike-New Hartford West Sioux, Hawarden Fredericksburg Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn

Most Receptions

Rory Fedderson Jace Andregg Connor Herrmann Lane Danielson Kade Lynott Chase Koopmans Caleb Rigdon

School

Linn-Mar, Marion Solon Mount Vernon Dike-New Hartford West Sioux, Hawarden West Sioux, Hawarden Don Bosco, Gilbertville

Year

1992 2004 1991 1991 2015 2011 Year

2017 2013 2015 2018 1989 2015

Year

2017 2013 2016 2015 2009 2016

Most Touchdowns (Rushing & Receiving)

Class

#

Name

Class

#

Name

Class

#

Name

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P 4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 5 5 4 6 6 4 4 4 7

Curtis Craig Brandon Wegher Phil Jacobson Logan Backhaus Connor Herrmann James Morris Taylor Strube Bob Sweers Matt Pedersen Kevin Braddock Eric Stoakes Brendon Boerm Brian Krakau Jacob Spieler Nate Meier

Year

1985 2019 2015 1998 2018 2017 2015

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

Class

4A 3A 2A 1A A 8P

3 4 4 4 2 5 #

2 3 4 4 3 3

Davenport, Central Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Spirit Lake Mount Vernon Solon Emmetsburg Britt Hudson West Branch Gladbrook-Reinbeck North Tama, Traer Guthrie Center Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn Fremont-Mills, Tabor

Most Passing Touchdowns

Ryan Fick Trenton Solsma Drew Adams Tyson Kooima Myles Costello Jim Hicklin Ben Specht

Year

1985 2013 2015 1998 2018 2001 2015

School

School

Bettendorf Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Mount Vernon Western Christian, Hull Wapsie Valley North Mahaska, New Sharon Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn

Most Receiving Touchdowns School

Rory Fedderson Linn-Mar, Marion Phil Jacobson Bishop Heelan, Sioux City Connor Herrmann Mount Vernon Jon McKowen Wapise Valley Five individuals tied with two touchdowns Jacob Spieler Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn Name

Most Interceptions School

John Chelf Iowa City, City High James Hurt Keokuk Alex Drees Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Denny Ostrem Radcliffe Randy Kraayenbrink Paullina Dylan Spieler Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn

Year

1973 2008 2013 2015 2015 2008 & 2009 2002 1973 1994 1991 2015 2010 1996 2015 2011 Year

2004 2013 2015 2015 1997 1989 2015

Year

1985 2013 2015 1997 2015

Year

2009 2007 2013 1972 1981 2012

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