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VERMILLION, S.D. | A quarterback with a season of experience under his belt, a veteran offensive line and one of the top defensive players in the Missouri Valley Conference give the University of South Dakota football team reason to feel optimistic heading into the 2013 season. Josh Vander Maten, a ju- Glenn nior from Boyden-Hull/ Rock Valley, accounted for 2,157 total yards as a sophomore starter last season, passing for 1,662 yards and seven touchdowns. Six players with starting experience return in the offensive line, while preseason All-Missouri Valley Conference linebacker Tyler Starr anchors the Coyote defense. South Dakota finished 1-10 overall and winless in the MVC in its first season under Joe Glenn, who came out of retirement to coach his alma mater. Chances are, the Coyotes will improve on that mark. USD lost four games by three points and another by seven last season and was picked 10th in the MVC preseason coaches poll. Glenn and his staff have been working overtime to try and right the ship after last year’s disappointing effort. “We’re trying to put in our whole offense, defense and special teams and these guys (assistant coaches) have been burning the midnight oil,” said Glenn, 189-110 in 25 previous seasons as a collegiate head coach. “Right now they’re getting bombed with a lot of information but we’re pretty sure we’ve got everything installed. But along the way, the season comes around and all of a sudden you’re getting ready for a different team to prepare for every week. “How you really find out if your team is competing right now is when the defense comes out and maybe wins part of a practice or scrimmage, then the offensive coaches will get all over their guys and the next practice the offense comes out with a purpose. They trade punches pretty well against themselves but I’ve always said we’re not doing these things to beat South Dakota, we’re trying to get ready for Aug. 31 at 2 o’clock when we play UC-Davis in the dome.” The season opener is one of six home games for the Coyotes, whose murderous schedule includes six teams ranked in the

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Munn, a Sioux City East product, and Knobbe made great progress in their first collegiate seasons. All-conference center Mike Wiegmann has graduated, but sophomore Logan Sallee, who played on a state championship team at Union (LaPorte City) High School, is set to take over. Bobby Brown, a hometown Storm Lake High product, put up some impressive numbers through the air last season. Brown passed for 1,704 yards and 11 touchdowns and tacked on 187 rushing yards last season. Brown emerged as the starter in the third game of his sophomore season but played in just six games before breaking his ankle. He bounced back with a stellar 2012 season. “The kid just loves football,” said Anderson of his talented signal-caller, who completed 125 of 273 passes. “Bobby loves to watch tape and has a great understanding of the game and more specifically, our offense and how we try to attack people.”

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SIOUX CITY | As if nine consecutive national playoff teams don’t create difficult expectations to f u l f i l l , there’s even more on the p l a te t h i s year for the Mustangs of Morningside Ryan College. On the heels of a national runner-up finish, Coach Steve Ryan’s team enters the 2013 season ranked No. 1 in the NAIA poll for the first time ever. “It’s a cool thing, but on the flip side we want to be No. 1 at the end of the season,’ said senior middle linebacker Aaron Roberg. “At the end of the day, it doesn’t mean anything.’’ A 6-foot, 215-pounder

from Grand Island, Neb., Roberg logged a teamleading 121 tackle points for a defensive unit that ranked second nationally against the run, limiting opponents to 66.9 rushing yards a game. Morningside, 13-1 after losing a 30-27 overtime national title game to Marian (Ind.), complemented that with 483.9 yards per contest in total offense, third best in NAIA football. Now, though, Ryan must try to improve upon all that even though just three starters return on defense and his offense has lost Joel Nixon, the former wide receiver whose only season as a college quarterback turned out to be one for the record books. There are reasons to believe all of these elements can be overcome. On defense, for example, there are more like four

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or five players with either full- or part-time starting experience and another two spots in the lineup should go to a pair of high-level transfers. Then, there are two exciting offensive newcomers who could have quite an impact – junior quarterback Ryan Kasdorf, a former Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of California, and

Last season: 13-1 (9-0 GPAC) Head Coach: Steve Ryan, 12th year (98-31 record) Keep an eye on: Former Heelan standout Brandon Wegher is joining the team after rushing for 3,238 as a senior in high school and setting a freshman rushing record in his lone season at the University of Iowa. Instant Impact: Junior quarterback Ryan Kasdorf, who won the Gatorade honor after passing for 3,291 yards and 36 touchdowns as a junior for Notre Dame High School of Sherman Oaks in the trendy northwest L.A. suburbs, won a preseason duel for Nixon’s vacated job over Christian Nohr.

Others to watch: LB Aaron Roberg, RB Josh Gaedke, RB Jon Halvorson, OL Josh Steinberg, OL Byron Klauenberg, OL Joe Brummer, OL Nolan Long. WR Joel McCabe, WR Kyle Schuck, WR Jake Allen Circle it: Nov. 9 at Northwestern. The two teams battled early in the season for GPAC supremacy last season but don’t meet up until the second to final week of the season in 2013. Quotable: “It’s a cool thing, but on the flip side we want to be No. 1 at the end of the season.” – Morningside middle linebacker Aaron Roberg on being ranked No. 1 to begin the season.

sophomore running back Brandon Wegher, enthusiastically getting back in the game after missing the last three seasons. Kasdorf, who won the Gatorade honor after passing for 3,291 yards and 36 touchdowns as a junior for Notre Dame High School of Nixon’s vacated job over well, I just think (Kasdorf Sherman Oaks in the trendy Christian Nohr, a sopho- is) maybe just a little more northwest L.A. suburbs, more from Crofton, Neb. won a preseason duel for “They both played really morningside, page 33

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Chargers hoping home away from home leads to more wins JEFF BUDLONG‌

SIOUX CITY | Briar Cliff Coach Tom Rethman is entering his sixth season leading the C h a rge rs, but there is plenty for his team to adjust to this season. The Charg e r s a r e Rethman coming off a 1-10 campaign – the lone victory came against Dordt – but 2013 promises to be a very different season regardless of record. BCU will play its five home games this season at the DakotaDome in Vermillion, S.D., the home of the South Dakota Coyotes. “We just have to get used to having a routine,” Rethman said. “We played there last year and it was a great environment. It has brought a lot of excitement to recruits … and we have to find something that gives us a little something different and the Dome has done that a little bit.” Rethman has seen progress in the BCU program, first within the coaching staff with the addition of assistant coaches and most recently a strength and conditioning coach, but now he wants to see more progress on the field where his team gave up a fourth-quarter lead in defeat four times last season. Defensively, the Chargers have their third coordinator in as many seasons with the addition of Nick Taylor. The former Bethany College (Kan.) defensive coordinator did not arrive until after spring practice was complete so players will have to adjust on the fly. “We will probably be pretty vanilla to begin with and then adjust as the

Briar Cliff: At a glance Last Season: 1-10 (1-8 GPAC) Head Coach: Tom Rethman, sixth year (11-44 record at school) Keep An Eye On: Tyler McGhee can give the Chargers a spark in the return game. He averaged 25.1 yards per return a season ago and had one return for a touchdown in 22 attempts. McGhee will be relied on more this season with the graduation of Bryce Harshman. Instant Impact: Although Nick Taylor won’t be putting on pads and a helmet the new defensive coordinator will need to bring some stability to a unit that has now had three coaches in as many seasons. Plugging players into positions to be successful in a new system will be key. Others to Watch: LB Alfredo Vizcarra, LB Harrison Wentland, LB Josh Block, DB Eddie Fricklin, DB Marquette Harper, DB Troy Hooks, DB Steve Trujillo, QB P.J. Quiroga, QB Kevin Van Egdom, RB Robert Wilson, WR Brett Van Muyden, WR Tyler McGhee Circle It: Aug. 31 at Benedictine. The Chargers did not give themselves an easy test out of the gate as the Ravens are ranked No. 24 in the preseason NAIA poll and host BCU at O’Malley Field. Quotable: “We need to be able to establish the run better and try to bring more balance to what we do.” – Rethman on the team’s offensive philosophy.

season goes on,” Rethman said. The Chargers only have 12 seniors on their roster, but Rethman is hoping all the playing time underclassmen have gotten the past couple of seasons pays dividends. Although the defensive unit will have to adjust to a

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new coordinator there is experience on that side of the ball. Seniors Eric Jones and Alex Herndon will anchor the defensive line while Rethman is hoping transfer Matt Miller will have an impact as well. Josh Block is returning after suffering an injury last season to help lead the linebacker corps along with Alfredo Viscarra and Harrison Wentland. The secondary is the most veteran group of the defense with three senior cornerbacks in Eddie Ficklin, Marquette Harper and Troy Hooks. Rethman believes the group is primed for a big year. “Due to injury last year we never had all three playing at the same time,” he said. “One got hurt at the beginning of the season and just when we were ready to bring him back another one got hurt.” Rethman said even though the defense will be transitioning to a new leader, he doesn’t expect to change his offensive philosophy. “The one thing I told our defensive coordinator when he came in I said, ‘We don’t slow down a whole heck of

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Bloemendaal, Bartman lead No. 13 Red Raiders TERRY HERSOM‌

ORANGE CITY, Iowa | Not since its first postseason appearance in 1972 yielded a national runner-up finish have the Red Raiders of Northwestern waited so long between trips Achterhoff to the NAIA football playoffs. So, the end to that six-year vigil was certainly a cause for celebration here last fall. Moreover, when all was said and done, losing a 42-32 first-round battle with Marian University of Indianapolis, the eventual national champion, was a very solid showing. Still, Northwestern Coach Kyle Achterhoff couldn’t help but wonder if playing that game at home might have rendered a different outcome. “It’s not where you want to be, playing those playoff

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Northwestern: At a glance Last Season: 9-3 (7-2 GPAC) Head Coach: Kyle Achterhoff, fifth year (33-10 career record) Keep an eye on: Senior Theo Bartman, a former Hull Western Christian star, rushed for 1,246 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior last fall and will be more of a focal point this season. Instant Impact: Paul Hutson, a 6-3, 218-pounder freshman from Logan-Magnolia, who rushed for 1,933 yards last season. He will be asked to provide depth at running back after the graduation of 1,000yard rusher Brandon Smith. Others to watch: QB Davis


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WAYNE, Neb. | Cunningham Field will have a distinctly different look this fall and the Wayne State Wildcats also hope to improve. Not that a 6-5 record – the sixth straight winning season – was anything to scoff about, but Coach Dan McLaughlin feels this year’s team has a chance to be special. “I think we have good players and have a chance

to be really good,” said McLaughlin. “But just having a chance to be good and doing it are two different things.” The Wildcats return 17 starters (nine offense, eight defense) but are picked no higher than seventh in the Northern Sun Conference McLaughlin

preseason coaches poll. “We were really young last year and we’re young again this year,” said McLaughlin. “The seniors we have are good, but it’s not a huge senior class. We’re dominated by a junior class that’s really strong. “Having said that, we have a chance to be a real good football team. It’s on our shoulders.” Field Turf will replace the natural playing surface

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 Bemidji State at Winona State 6 p.m. FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 Upper Iowa at Minnesota Crookston 6 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 7 Minot State at Concordia-St. Paul 11 a.m. MSU-Moorhead at Augustana 1 p.m. Minnesota State at Mary 2:30 p.m. Wayne State at Northern State 6 p.m. St. Cloud State at Southwest Minnesota State 6 p.m. Sioux Falls at Minnesota Duluth 6 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 Southwest Minnesota State at MSUMoorhead 1 p.m. Mary at Wayne State 1 p.m. Minnesota Duluth at Upper Iowa 6 p.m. Concordia-St. Paul at Bemidji State 6 p.m. Minnesota Crookston at Minnesota State 6 p.m. Augustana at Minot State 6 p.m. Winona State at St. Cloud State 6 p.m. Northern State at Sioux Falls 6 p.m. FRIDAY, SEPT. 20 Minot State at SW Minnesota State 6 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 Wayne State at Minnesota Crookston 1 p.m. Bemidji State at Augustana 1 p.m. MSU-Moorhead at Winona State 1 p.m. Upper Iowa at Northern State 1 p.m. Sioux Falls at Mary 2:30 p.m. Minnesota State at Minnesota Duluth 6 p.m. St. Cloud State at Concordia-St. Paul 6 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 Mary at Upper Iowa Noon Southwest Minnesota State at Bemidji State 1 p.m. Minnesota Crookston at Sioux Falls 1 p.m.

Minnesota Duluth at Wayne State 1 p.m. Winona State at Minot State 1:30 p.m. Northern State at Minnesota State 2 p.m. Concordia-St. Paul at MSU-Moorhead 2 p.m. Augustana at St. Cloud State 6 p.m. SATURDAY, OCT. 5 Minnesota State at Concordia-St. Paul noon St. Cloud State at Minnesota Duluth 1 p.m. Wayne State at Augustana 1 p.m. Bemidji State at Minnesota Crookston 1 p.m. Minot State at Mary 2:30 p.m. MSU-Moorhead at Northern State 2:30 p.m. Upper Iowa at Winona State 6 p.m. Sioux Falls at Southwest Minnesota State 6 p.m. SATURDAY, OCT. 12 Mary at Bemidji State 1 p.m. Minnesota Crookston at St. Cloud State 1 p.m. Augustana at Minnesota State 1 p.m. Winona State at Sioux Falls 1 p.m. Minnesota Duluth at MSU-Moorhead 2 p.m. Northern State at Minot State 2:30 p.m. Concordia-St. Paul at Upper Iowa 6 p.m. Southwest Minnesota State at Wayne State 6 p.m. SATURDAY, OCT. 19 Sioux Falls at Concordia-SP 11 a.m. Minot State at Minnesota Duluth 1 p.m. Upper Iowa at Augustana 1 p.m. MSU-Moorhead at Minnesota Crookston 1 p.m. Bemidji State at Northern St. 2:30 p.m. Wayne State at Winona State 2:30 p.m. St. Cloud State at Mary 2:30 p.m. Minnesota State at Southwest Minnesota State 6 p.m.

SATURDAY, OCT. 26 Mary at MSU-Moorhead 1 p.m. Winona State at Minnesota State 1 p.m. Minot State at Minnesota Crookston 1 p.m. Concordia-St. Paul at Wayne State 1 p.m. Minnesota Duluth at Bemidji State 2:30 p.m. Northern State at St. Cloud State 4 p.m. Southwest Minnesota State at Upper Iowa 6 p.m. Augustana at Sioux Falls 6:30 p.m. SATURDAY, NOV. 2 Wayne State at Minnesota State 1 p.m. St. Cloud State at Bemidji State 1 p.m. Minnesota Crookston at Minnesota Duluth 1 p.m. Concordia-St. Paul at Augustana 1 p.m. Mary at Northern State 1 p.m. Winona State at Southwest Minnesota State 1 p.m. MSU-Moorhead at Minot State 1:30 p.m. Sioux Falls at Upper Iowa 6 p.m. SATURDAY, NOV. 9 Minot State at St. Cloud State 1 p.m. Upper Iowa at Wayne State 1 p.m. Minnesota State at Sioux Falls 1 p.m. Southwest Minnesota State at Concordia-St. Paul 1 p.m. Minnesota Duluth at Mary 1 p.m. Northern State at Minnesota Crookston 1 p.m. Augustana at Winona State 1 p.m. Bemidji State at MSU-Moorhead 1 p.m. SATURDAY, NOV. 16 Minnesota State at Upper Iowa Noon Minnesota Crookston at Mary 1 p.m. MSU-Moorhead at St. Cloud State 1 p.m. Sioux Falls at Wayne State 1 p.m. Minnesota Duluth at Northern State 1 p.m. Southwest Minnesota State at Augustana 1 p.m. Winona State at Concordia-St. Paul 1 p.m. Bemidji State at Minot State 1:30

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Dordt: At a glance Last Season: 2-9 (0-9 GPAC) Head Coach: Greg Youngblood, second year (9-45 on five season at Waldorf) Keep an eye on: Running back Trai Pickney had his hands in nearly every aspect of success the Defenders had on the offensive side of the ball a season ago. He led the team in rushing yards and was second in receiving. Instant impact: Senior linebacker Seth Vande Voort led the Defenders in tackles in 2012 with 63 solo efforts and 61 assisted stops. He also had two sacks and eight tackles for loss. Others to watch: DL Micah Applegate, LB Sam Ashmore,

Offensively, the Defenders are hoping to identify more playmakers that can make big plays for a team that went 2-9 in 2012. Running back Trai Pickney provided the biggest offensive weapon last year, rushing for 545 yards, five touchdowns and a 6.5 yards per carry average. He was also second on the team in receptions with 15. “He was our leading rusher, our second leading receiver, was also our leading return man and so I think he had 112 yards all-purpose (per game) last year,” Youngblood said. “He is definitely a guy we relied on and will continue to do so.” Dordt also returns Lenard Manuel and Courtney Samuel in the backfield. Samuel began the season a year ago as the starting running back but was sidelined by injury after just two games. The offensive line has just two returners in seniors Kyle Scholten and Nate Morehead, but the other three spots will be manned by new players because of graduation. Perhaps the biggest question for the Defenders is who will be taking the snaps

DB Ray Cleveland, RB Daniel Fenning, DL Jonathan Gardner, OL Vanoy Harris Jr., OL Kyle Scholten Circle it: Sept. 28 at Briar Cliff. The Defenders are still looking for their first conference victory under Youngblood and will try to get one in the DakotaDome against another team that is working to build a foundation to compete in the strong football conference. Quotable: “The guys are more settled because you know what they can do and they know you, and even personalities and how to handle certain players.” – Youngblood on entering his second season as head coach.

behind center. “There is no question because it is such a key position that (quarterback) is one that we have to find out who can be the guy,” Youngblood said. “It is good to have a couple guys that have experience – and they definitely have an upper hand because of that – but we know when you win two games we have to continue to get better.” Bryce Rusler saw action in six games a season ago, throwing for 121 yards and Caleb Leuxinger threw for 140 yards and a touchdown. The Defenders also brought in several new quarterbacks who will compete for playing time. Youngblood enters the season looking for improvement but knowing victories will only come through hard work. “We are excited but we know we have a lot of work ahead of us,” he said. “As we develop our program we realize we have to earn it and we are in a position in our sixth year of football we know we are not going to be picked for anything and we don’t deserve it yet. We have to earn it.”

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SOUTH SIOUX CITY | There were definitely some talented seniors on a South Sioux City football tea m t h a t we n t 6 - 3 prior to a first-round Class B state LaFleur playoff loss to G re t n a last season. E n te r i n g his ninth year as the Cardinals’ head coach, Matt LaFleur knows better than to expect the recordsmashing passing game like he had with quarterback Scotty Manley and wide receiver Nate Rogers. M a n l e y, n o w a t Morningside, completed 136 of 253 passes for 2,256 yards and 28 touchdowns. Meanwhile, Rogers was far and away the favorite target as the Wayne State recruit hauled in 55 catches for 1,112 yards with 17 scores. “We lost some great talent to graduation, but we’ve got probably seven kids on both sides of the ball (returning),’’ said LaFleur. “We’ve got some good experience back. And, this group of kids has also experienced success in other sports and they expect to win.’’ Karter Keefer, a two-year starter at safety and wide receiver, played on South Sioux City’s third Class B state championship basketball team in four seasons last winter. So did junior running back Kaleb Comstock, who rushed for a team-leading 403 yards on 85 carries as a sophomore last fall. Running back and defensive back Sammy Flores, a 5-9, 160-pounder, was a state runner-up at 145

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pounds in Nebraska’s largeschool (Class A) state wrestling tournament, fashioning a 34-2 junior season. Also, running back and linebacker Alic Fischer, the leading tackler last year, is one of several football players, Comstock included, who have helped South Sioux turn in solid showings at the last two Nebraska Class A American Legion baseball tournaments, finishing fifth this summer and third last year. “Our goal every year is to be a playoff qualifier, whether it’s as a district champion or with an atlarge berth,’’ said LaFleur. “This year, the kids kind of raised the bar. We want to be district champions and we want to make a run at things (a state title).’’ A major factor in achieving all of that will be an experienced offensive line that returns Ryan Littlegeorge (6-4, 230) and junior Chayse Hollowell (6-1, 240) as full-time starters along with part-timers Everett Hoffmeister (6-0, 205) and Gabe Gaither (5-9, 240), two more juniors. Another letterman lineman is Brody Plummer, a

5-10, 180-pound senior linebacker who was the team’s third leading tackler last season. “We’ve got some great depth in the line with some younger guys,’’ said LaFleur. “We’ve moved some kids around. We might not be as big as we have been but we’ve got some guards that are really, really competitive and getting after each other in practice.’’ With more of an emphasis on the running game, following that line, it could be a big year for Comstock. Meanwhile, junior Jake Schmidt appears to have the edge in a preseason battle for the quarterback job with senior Lane Bernstrauch. “It’s going to be a lot more of a running game this year,’’ said Comstock. “Obviously, we don’t have Nate on the outside to let us throw the ball around, so it’s going to be more ground and pound it up the middle.’’ “I think we’re going to do just as good if not better,’’ said Fischer, who had 104 tackle points to 103 for Keefer. “We’ve got more guys working hard.’’

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NORTH SIOUX CITY | Jeff Van Den Hul is less worried about wins and losses this time around. The Dako ta Va l ley football coach is back as the head coach of the team he led in its inaugu- Van Den Hul ral season and looking to build a program focused as much on team as success. Results will still be important, but the process of getting there will carry equal weight. “We are having fun and getting after things,” he said. “It has been a seamless transition and I have a great staff that I am working with. So many things are different since I was in that position because the kids are a little different and the staff has changed. “We want to get the kids past ‘I’ and worry about the team. We are getting rid of a lot of the individual stuff that goes on in sports teams and really concentrating on the team aspect.” Van Den Hul began that

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Black Raiders set for another strong season TERRY HERSOM‌

SIOUX CITY | The disappointments are still very fresh in mind for Ronald Nash, the fleet senior wide receiver who plans to m a k e up for as many as he can during his senior y e a r a t Goodvin East High. Third in the Drake Relays 100-meter dash behind two more Sioux City athletes he’d defeated often, Nash was even less pleased to finish fifth in the short sprint at the Class 4A state track meet. “Right now, I’m focused on football and winning a state championship,’’ said the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Nash, who caught 47 passes for 526 yards last season. On a team that piled up 2,531 passing yards with Taylor De Laughter at quarterback, that ranked only third behind a couple more talented wideouts, Dom Thompson-Williams, the Metro Athlete of the Year, and Marcel Dunson. Now, though, it’s Nash’s time to shine, becoming the No. 1 target for quarterback Greg Kirwan, a 6-1, 210-pounder who unselfishly filled in last fall as the Black Raiders’ running back. “Offensively, we’ll be much more run-oriented through our quarterback,’’ said Bob Goodvin, entering his fifth season as the East head coach. “That’s a

Schedule Aug. 30 Bishop Heelan Home Sept. 6 Fort Dodge Away Sept. 13 North Home Sept. 19 West Away Sept. 27 Council Bluffs TJ Home Oct. 4 Indianola Home Oct. 11 Urbandale Away Oct. 18 Des Moines Lincoln Away Oct. 25 W.D.M. Valley Home

big difference.’’ Kirwan, who ran for a team-leading 753 yards and 15 touchdowns, is ready for the switch and excited to make those choices between running and passing in a big varsity game. “It’s an easy transition,’’ he said. “I played (quarterback) my freshman and sophomore years, so it’s nothing new,’’ he said. “Coach always says, ‘Speed is our ally. We just have a high-tempo offense. We have guys who move and I’ll read my reads and whatever’s open, I’ll make the best decision.’’ East’s second 8-3 season in three years saw the Raiders advance beyond the first round of the playoffs for the third year in a row. The three losses were inflicted by a formidable trio of teams, starting with arch-rival Bishop Heelan, the eventual Class 3A state runner-up, in a season opener. After seven wins in a row, Goodvin’s team lost

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Recent Seasons (Since 1972) Year W-L Coach 1972 8-1** Terry Stevens 1973 7-2 Terry Stevens 1974 8-1 Terry Stevens 1975 8-2** Terry Stevens 1976 6-3 Terry Stevens 1977 4-4 Terry Stevens 1978 5-3 Terry Stevens 1979 8-1** Terry Stevens 1980 8-2** Terry Stevens Terry Stevens 1981 4-4 Walt Fiegel 1982 5-3 1983 8-2** Walt Fiegel 1984 10-2** Walt Fiegel 1985 8-2** Walt Fiegel 1986 7-2** Walt Fiegel 1987 6-3** Walt Fiegel Walt Fiegel 1988 3-5 1989 8-2** Walt Fiegel 1990 8-3** Walt Fiegel 1991 7-3** Walt Fiegel 1992 8-2** Walt Fiegel Jim O’Hern 1993 2-7 Jim O’Hern 1994 4-5 1995 7-4** Jim O’Hern 1996 7-3** Jim O’Hern 1997 3-6 Jim O’Hern 1998 2-7 Walt Fiegel 1999 8-3** Walt Fiegel 2000 8-3** Walt Fiegel 2001 7-3** Walt Fiegel 2002 4-5 Walt Fiegel Walt Fiegel 2003 3-6 Steve Zediker 2004 5-4 2005 8-2** Steve Zediker 2006 6-5** Steve Zediker 2007 2-7 Steve Zediker 2008 2-7 Steve Zediker Bob Goodvin 2009 5-4 2010 8-3** Bob Goodvin 2011 5-6** Bob Goodvin 2012 8-3** Bob Goodvin ** Indicates state playoff qualifier

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East football players, front from left, Carter Lilly, Ronald Nash, Chase Vondrak, Ronald Carter. Back, Wyatt Mounts, Greg Kirwan, Jace Lapierre and Chase Kern will provide experience and leadership for the Black Raiders.












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SERGEANT BLUFF | Safe to say, there are plenty of tricks up Justin Smith’s sleeve. Also rather evident is Smith’s confidence level when it comes to molding a group of high school athletes into a competitive football team. The Hamburg, Iowa, native has been around plenty of blocks in his 15 previous seasons as a head coach. And, there’s nothing he isn’t prepared to handle in his new post as the head coach at Sergeant Bluff- Smith Luton. “We’re going to do what we’re going to do and kids have to execute,’’ said Smith, who spent the last four seasons as the head coach at Lincoln Northeast after an 11-year stint at Wakefield, Neb. “Right now, they’re struggling with attention to detail, getting coached up on some of the little things. They’re getting there, coming along.’’ This is not some rudimentary system Smith is introducing to a team that averted a winless season last fall by winning a regular season finale over Denison-Schleswig, 23-20. It was the end to a 17-year stint for Coach Chris Zyzda, an SB-L graduate who had several solid campaigns at his alma mater. “It’s a completely different culture here at SB-L now,’’ said tight end/defensive end Jack De Moss. “Before, we were learning a completely different type of football than we are now. This is a lot more in-depth. It’s a lot more to the point and hopefully we’re going to do a lot better this year.’’ “It was pretty tough at first, trying to pick up on a new offense and a new defense,’’ said split end and defensive back Ben Robinson. “But after a little while it kind of just starts to click. I think everybody is working as a team, being on the same page, not everybody trying to do everything by themselves. We have to get into those playbooks and watch some film.’’ The Warriors, starting their new season at home Friday night against MOC-Floyd Valley, may be unsettled at quarterback for the season’s first few weeks. That’s because returning starter Nate Glisar’s busy summer of AAU basketball ended with a severe ankle sprain that delayed his preseason football drills.

Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal

Sergeant Bluff-Luton football players, front from left, Brock Linafelter and Connor Imming. Back, Jacob Sandoz, Jack DeMoss and Ben Robinson lead the Warriors under first-year head coach Justin Smith.

“He might be ready for that first game, but we’ve got two other kids doing a really good job, too – Jacob Shultz (sophomore) and Spencer Wyant (junior),’’ said Smith, whose seven state playoff teams at Wakefield included back-to-back Class C2 state champions in 2006 and 2007. Quarterback Joel Nixon and defensive back Colby Henderson, two stars on those teams, went on to lead Morningside to an NAIA national runner-up season as fifth-year seniors last fall. Smith has been surveying his personnel quite carefully and wasn’t close to a projected starting lineup when the metro prep football media day was held Aug. 17. Up front, junior Isaac Croston, senior Bryce Hanson and sophomore Chet Kaiser were all vying for the starting nod at center. Nick Erickson and junior Taylor Christensen looked to have the inside track at the guard positions while Hanson was a tackle candidate along with 270-pound senior Darian Tillman and 225-junior Jacob Sandoz. Holdover starter Brett Tomoson returns at fullback while the running back hopefuls include Steven Garcia, juniors Austin Evans and Connor Imming, and sophomore Matt George.

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West puts in offseason work to enjoy more success

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SIOUX CITY | The last winning season was 16 years ago and there have only been four of them throughout the first 41 seasons of football at West High School. Plenty of other years, though, the Wolverines have come close, making a valiant effort to finish above the .500 mark. And, this upcoming 2013 campaign looks like it should be one of the above for a West program mak- Case ing headway in its second season under Coach Trever Case. “I think we’ve had a really good offseason,’’ said Case, a 1993 North graduate who has assisted at North, West and South Sioux City. “We have a lot more participation in the weight room in both male and female sports up at West High. “We went to two team camps this summer and we did pretty well. I think a lot of these kids are pretty excited. They put in a lot of work this summer.’’ West is coming off a 3-6 season that counted a forfeit win over North, penalized for using an ineligible player in the archrivals’ season opener last fall. With quarterback Dylan Urquidi heading

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West football players, front, Dylan Urquidi. Back from left, Richardo Quintana, Colby Hill, Skyler Bauer, Tyler Unruh and Joshua Zoelle will lead the Wolverines into a new season.

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Talented Crusaders keep same high expectations TERRY HERSOM‌

SIOUX CITY | On paper, certainly, it would seem as though tradition-rich Bishop Heelan is looking forward to another Class 3A state football title bid. Jansen That isn’t the first impression you get, though, from longtime Coach Roger Jansen, whose first 14 seasons as the Crusaders’ head coach have produced 13 playoff teams and a sparkling 131-29 (.819) record. “On paper, it always looks a little bit nicer, but we’ve got some offensive

and defensive line issues that we’ve got to try to figure out,’’ said Jansen. “And then obviously we’re trying to work out some depth at the skill positions, trying to get those guys who started last year from having to play so many plays.’’ Clearly, this is a work in progress, even though some of Jansen’s leading holdovers have their focus squarely on winning a state championship. “Obviously, to win a state title is pretty much the only goal I’m focused on right now,’’ said 6-1, 205-pound senior quarterback Trent Solsma, coming off a record-shattering year with a state runner-up team. Solsma entered preseason camp a year ago as one of three candidates running neck-and-neck for the starting job Paul Jacobson


Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal

Heelan football players, from left, Chris Hackett, Christian Brobst, Tyler Cropley, Phillip Jacobson, Trent Solsma, Connor Niles will help lead a talented squad as it looks to get back to the title game.

had occupied the previous two seasons. If anyone was surprised that he emerged No. 1 from that competition, the decision certainly made sense after he put together passing numbers unlike any ever

produced by a metro Sioux City quarterback. Solsma completed 202 of 311 passes for 3,177 yards and 39 touchdowns. “Everybody tells me I had some great statistics last year, but it really doesn’t mean anything since we didn’t win a state title,’’ he said. “We’ve got to do the same thing this year. We’ve got to get back down there (UNI-Dome) and win it. “You get to 39 (TD passes) with a great line and a lot of playmakers on the outside. All the credit goes to those guys. They made a lot of plays for us.’’ One of those playmakers was flanker Connor Niles, who returns along with Solsma from last year’s first-team Iowa Newspaper Association Class 3A all-state team. Niles was Heelan’s leading receiver with 59 catches for 1,092 yards and 18 touchdowns. “Our standards at Heelan never change,’’ said Niles, Jansen’s nephew. “Last year, we got to the state title game and just got thumped (49-21 loss to Decorah). We have a pretty good chance again of getting over that hump (winning the title) this year.’’ Philip Jacobson, who caught 42 passes for 736 yards and nine touchdowns,

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Recent Seasons (Since 1972) Year W-L Coach 1972 2-6 Beanie Cooper 1973 7-2 Beanie Cooper 1974 8-1 Beanie Cooper 1975 10-1** Dave Triplett 1976 9-1** Dave Triplett 1977 9-1** Phil Karpuk 1978 7-2** Phil Karpuk 1979 5-3 Phil Karpuk 1980 7-3** Phil Karpuk 1981 5-4 Phil Karpuk 1982 9-3** Phil Karpuk 1983 9-3** Phil Karpuk 1984 8-2** G.Schermerhorn 1985 10-2** G.Schermerhorn 1986 3-6 G.Schermerhorn 1987 7-2** G.Schermerhorn 1988 8-4** G.Schermerhorn 1989 10-3** Joe Malsam 1990 8-2** Joe Malsam 1991 11-2** Joe Malsam 1992 8-2** Joe Malsam 1993 8-4** Joe Malsam 1994 4-4 Joe Malsam 1995 8-2** Joe Malsam 1996 10-2** Joe Malsam 1997 9-1** Roger Jansen 1998 9-2** Joe Malsam 1999 6-3 Joe Malsam 2000 8-2** Roger Jansen 2001 7-4** Roger Jansen 2002 9-1** Roger Jansen 2003 9-2** Roger Jansen 2004 9-2** Roger Jansen 2005 7-4** Roger Jansen 2006 6-3 Roger Jansen 2007 11-2** Roger Jansen 2008 14-0** Roger Jansen 2009 10-2** Roger Jansen 2010 12-2** Roger Jansen 2011 8-2** Roger Jansen 2012 12-2** Roger Jansen ** Indicates state playoff qualifier

is another highly productive receiver still available to Solsma, who cites several more potential targets, as well. “We’ve got a couple tight ends – Tucker Spears (6-4, 210, jr.), Keaton Slaughter (6-5, 220, sr.) and Joe Kayl (6-2, 185, jr.) – and they’ve been looking really good,’’ said Solsma. “And then Tyler Cropley and Brett Buchmann (a junior) will also make some noise for us.’’ Jack Wegher led the running game as a freshman last season, but Wegher, who has grown up playing quarterback, has enrolled at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., hoping to develop his QB skills as that school plays its first season of interscholastic football. Heelan will fill the running back spot with junior Tony Tobin, who backed up Wegher last fall and managed 381 yards on 78 carries. “Our line won’t be near as big, but it will definitely be a little bit quicker and they’re really skilled,’’ said Solsma. Chris Hackett (6-0, 275) and Christian Brobst (6-3, 205) logged some experience at center and tackle last fall and will anchor the offensive line this season. Noah Svec (6-2, 205), another letterman, is a frontrunner at right guard while left guard and tackle, rejuniors Ben Wankum (5-10, spectively. 220) and Ryan McCarthy (6-2, 205) lead the races at heelan, page 54

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Morningside: Mustangs have plenty of depth from page 10 mobile in terms of his ability to move,’’ said Ryan. “I think he’s picked the offense up real well.’’ Wegher, the former Bishop Heelan star whose 3,238 yards in 2008 are still a state record, split the starting role at Iowa in his first year out of high school, breaking the Hawkeyes’ freshman rushing record. Then, he simply gave it all up. “It’s a joy to be back out here playing,’’ said Wegher, competing with senior Josh Gaedke and junior Jon Halvorson, a couple of veterans who haven’t simply conceded him the job. Mindful of how the punishment makes depth at running back particularly precious, Ryan is glad to have this trio plus a few promising freshmen who look capable of contributing. Besides Nixon, lineman Cole Albright was the only other senior in last year’s offensive lineup. So, the Mustangs will enjoy a seasoned line and a highly experienced receiving corps. Up front, seniors Josh Steinberg and Nolan Long, transfers last year from Iowa Central Community College, return along with sophomores Byron Klauenberg and Joe Brummer, both starters as true freshmen. Albright’s position may be filled by junior Josh Weibel or by Steinberg’s brother, Jackson, a sophomore transfer who played one season at Iowa Central. Seven of last year’s eight leading receivers all return, starting with J-back Joel McCabe (88 catches for 1,284 yards) and wideout Kyle Schuck (67 for 1,062). Jake Allen is another speedy target who missed four games with an injury and Tyler Sinsabaugh, who was lost just five games into the schedule, is a valuable returnee at tight end


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Morningside’s Joel McCabe gets pushed out of bounds by Marian’s Robert Palmer during last season’s NAIA national championship game.

along with Austin Klett. And, Travis Hantelman is yet another holdover with starting experience. “We’re obviously going to have a good mix of running and passing plays,’’ said McCabe, who was one of Wegher’s classmates at Heelan. “It’s obviously not a bad thing having Brandon here. He’s very humble right now. He’s just really happy he got the opportunity to play at Morningside.’’ “We’ve just got to be leaders for the team and kind of lead our offense,’’ said Schuck, referring to himself and McCabe, both seniors. “That’s what we’re here to do. The quarterbacks are looking good and our quick game is very good.’’ Officially, the returning defensive starters are Roberg along with defensive lineman Bret Doorenbos and safety Cole Boger, all seniors. Boger, though, divided time with Trevor Strong, who’ll be another likely starter in the secondary. Meanwhile, junior cornerback Darius Hicks, a transfer last year from Northwest Missouri State, played almost as much as a starter.

Then, too, the Mustangs have gained the services of defensive lineman Darrius McMullin, a 6-2, 275-pound junior from Alabama who has played at South Alabama and Butler County Community College. Also, they have added senior cornerback Chris Frierson, a University of South Dakota transfer from Tampa, Fla. Junior defensive lineman Devin Groenhagen is another probable starter while senior Billy Awtry, junior Logan Gibbs and sophomores Zac Schleuger and Ethan Stofferan should help fill out the linebacking corps. “The guys we have back are all fantastic football players,’’ said Ryan. “It’s just a matter of guys coming in and rising up to the occasion. We’re young on defense, but we’re athletic and so we’ve made some really good strides there.’’ Morningside plays its first two games at home, both of them 7 p.m. matchups, as Valley City State visits Olsen Stadium Sept. 7 for the Mustangs’ only non-conference game and Nebraska Wesleyan comes to town for a Sept. 14 GPAC season opener.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 7 Tabor College at Nebraska Wesleyan Details 1 p.m. Dakota Wesleyan at Wisconsin-Stout 1 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan University at Hastings 6 p.m. Dordt at Dakota State University 6 p.m. Northwestern at Bacone College 6 p.m. Valley City State University at Morningside 7 p.m. Doane at Friends University 7 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 Midland at Dordt 1 p.m. Northwestern at Doane 1 p.m. Dakota Wesleyan at Briar Cliff 1 p.m. Hastings at Concordia 7 p.m. Nebraska Wesleyan at Morningside 7 p.m.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 Concordia at Midland 1 p.m. Morningside at Dordt 1 p.m. Briar Cliff at Nebraska Wesleyan 1 p.m. Dakota Wesleyan at Northwestern 1 p.m. Doane at Hastings 2 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 Midland at Doane 1 p.m. Hastings at Dakota Wesleyan 1 p.m. Dordt at Briar Cliff 1 p.m. Nebraska Wesleyan at Northwestern 1:30 p.m. Concordia at Dakota State University 4 p.m. SATURDAY, OCT. 5 Morningside at Midland 1 p.m. Briar Cliff at Hastings 1 p.m. Concordia at Dordt 1 p.m. Doane at Nebraska Wesleyan 7 p.m. Dakota Wesleyan at Dakota State University 7 p.m. SATURDAY, OCT. 12 Trinity Bible College at Dordt 1 p.m. Nebraska Wesleyan at Concordia 1 p.m. Dakota Wesleyan at Doane 1 p.m. Hastings at Morningside 1:30 p.m. Northwestern at Briar Cliff 7 p.m.

SATURDAY, OCT. 19 Midland at Hastings 1 p.m. Dordt at Nebraska Wesleyan 1 p.m. Morningside at Dakota Wesleyan 1 p.m. Concordia at Northwestern 1 p.m. SATURDAY, OCT. 26 Northwestern at Dordt 1 p.m. Briar Cliff at Morningside 1 p.m. Doane at Concordia 1 p.m. Dakota Wesleyan at Midland 4 p.m. SATURDAY, NOV. 2 Hastings at Northwestern 1 p.m. Dordt at Doane 1 p.m. Nebraska Wesleyan at Dakota Wesleyan 1 p.m. Morningside at Concordia 1 p.m. Midland at Briar Cliff 7 p.m. SATURDAY, NOV. 9 Midland at Nebraska Wesleyan 1 p.m. Dordt at Hastings 1 p.m. Morningside at Northwestern 1 p.m. Concordia at Dakota Wesleyan 1 p.m. Doane at Briar Cliff 7 p.m. SATURDAY, NOV. 16 Northwestern at Midland 1 p.m. Hastings at Nebraska Wesleyan 1 p.m. Dakota Wesleyan at Dordt 1 p.m. Doane at Morningside 1 p.m. Briar Cliff at Concordia 1 p.m.


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South Dakota: Possesses a veteran secondary from page 7 returning receiver with 53 catches for 567 yards. Seniors Anthony Williams, who began his career at Troy University, and speedster Austin Koch are two more veteran targets and Glenn is excited about a group of young receivers, which includes Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley product Brandt Van Roekel. Jason Petrino, USD’s second-year defensive coordinator, has the luxury of building around Starr, a 6-5, 250-pound dynamo, a preseason All-American who has attracted major attention from NFL scouts. “Watching Tyler last year and what we asked him to do was a lot on his plate,” said Petrino. “My thing was

trying to find out what a guy can bust and Tyler is really good off the edge. He’s really long, athletic and then looking at our read, trying to find out what we can do for him. Tyler is very special but the good news is that Keyen Lage has stepped up and accepted some responsibility and shown some playmaking in the spring and again in August. “You can move Tyler around anywhere you want knowing you have somebody like Keyen and some other guys.” During the offseason, Petrino spent time watching film and even made a trip to BYU to study film, specifically on All-American outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy.

“I went out there and watched film and fell in love with what they’re doing with Van Noy,” said Petrino. “Coach Glenn knows (BYU coach) Bronco Mendenhall and called in some favors and I spent a few days out there. I’m not saying we’re BYU, but we were trying to find another school that has a special player like Tyler and see how they were doing it. We were trying to learn from others.” The secondary is strong with veterans Devin Taverna and Aaron Swift as leaders, but there are big question marks up front, thanks to injuries and academic issues. In fact, a couple of offensive linemen have been shifted over to defense in order to fill in the gaps.

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from page 8 That will certainly include passing, but the Beavers also have a capable running back in Dylan Barrett, a 6-1, 220-pound junior from Harlan, Iowa. Barrett is the top returning rusher with 533 yards and will replace John Hill, who led the Beavers in rushing each of the last three seasons, as the featured back. Barrett, incidentally, is the all-time leading rusher at tradition-rich Harlan High School. The Beavers have a pair of bookend tight ends in Jay Nissen, a 6-foot7, 2 4 0 - p o u n d se n i o r and Adam Cave, a 6-5, 236-pound junior from Harlan. Cave caught 18 passes and three of those went for touchdowns while speedster Jalen Henningsen, a sophomore wide receiver from Alta, Iowa, had 259 yards in just nine receptions, including a 93-yard touchdown. Sophomore Ben Seitz may be small in size (170 pounds), but is elusive and

has good hands, according to his coach. Junior Christian Cottingham and Gunner Gilland, a 218-pound transfer from Iowa Western Community College, will also help reshape the receiving corps. The Beavers bring back seven defensive starters, including senior defensive end T.J. Bruch (6-1, 230), a three-year starter and team captain from Carroll Kuemper. Senior linebacker Brady Randall, who has beefed up 13 pounds to 238 this season, is a two-year starter and the top returning tackler with 114. Randall, who prepped at Alta High School, finished second on the team behind all-conference linebacker Nick Plueger, who has graduated. Junior Derek Schwartz (6-0, 185), another Harlan product, and senior Tanner Collins (5-11, 215) also started at linebacker. Beau Van Wechel (6-2, 225), from MOC-Floyd Valley, played some as a freshman up front, as did Matt Schmidt

(6-2, 230), a sophomore from Millard North. An experienced secondary is led by cornerback Mack Snelling, a senior from suburban Chicago and sophomore strong safety Kyle Arnold, who had 73 tackles and two interceptions. Mason Nielsen, a senior free safety, is another returning starter. Ryan Anderson, a junior from Sioux City East, and Tate Rohde, a sophomore from Kingsley-Pierson, are competing for the other starting cornerback spot. Anderson said freshman Tyler Stolen from Sioux City Bishop Heelan has been impressive in the first few practices, working as both the kicker and punter. A majority of Stolen’s kickoffs in high school went through the end zone for automatic touchbacks. Last year’s four-game winning streak began with a 30-25 victory over Central, BV’s first home win over the Dutch in 55 seasons. Despite the streak, the Beavers still posted their third consecutive sub-.500 season.

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Aug. 31 Colgate 2 p.m. Sep. 7 Utah St. 2:30 p.m. 8 p.m. Sep. 13 at Boise St. Sep. 21 Wyoming TBA 6:30 p.m. Sep. 28 at Nevada Oct. 5 at Navy 10:30 a.m. Oct. 10 San Diego St. 8 p.m. 4 p.m. Oct. 26 Notre Dame Nov. 2 Army TBA 8 p.m. Nov. 8 at New Mexico Nov. 21 UNLV 8:30 p.m. TBA Nov. 30 at Colorado St.


Aug. 29 at UCF 6 p.m. Sep. 7 James Madison 5 p.m. Sep. 14 at Michigan 11 a.m. Sep. 21 La.-Lafayette 5 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 at Bowling Green Oct. 5 Ohio 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Oct. 12 at N. Illinois Oct. 19 at Miami (Ohio) TBA Oct. 26 Ball St. 11 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Nov. 2 Kent St. 12 p.m. Nov. 16 at UMass Nov. 29 Toledo TBA

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Aug. 31 Virginia Tech 4:30 p.m. Sep. 14 at Texas A&M 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Colorado St. TBA Sep. 28 Mississippi TBA Oct. 5 Georgia St. TBA Oct. 12 at Kentucky TBA Oct. 19 Arkansas TBA Oct. 26 Tennessee TBA TBA Nov. 9 LSU Nov. 16 at Mississippi St. TBA Nov. 23 Chattanooga TBA Nov. 30 at Auburn TBA




Sep. 5 Sacramento St. 9 p.m. Sep. 14 Wisconsin 9:30 p.m. Sep. 21 at Stanford TBA Sep. 28 Southern Cal TBA Oct. 5 Notre Dame 6:30 p.m. TBA Oct. 12 Colorado Oct. 19 Washington TBA Oct. 31 at Wash. St. 9:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at Utah TBA TBA Nov. 16 Oregon St. Nov. 23 at UCLA TBA Nov. 30 Arizona TBA


Aug. 31 La.-Lafayette 3 p.m. Sep. 7 Samford 6 p.m. Sep. 14 Southern Miss. 11:21 a.m. Sep. 21 at Rutgers TBA Sep. 28 Texas A&M TBA Oct. 5 at Florida TBA Oct. 12 South Carolina TBA Oct. 19 at Alabama TBA Nov. 2 Auburn TBA Nov. 9 at Mississippi TBA Nov. 23 Mississippi St. TBA Nov. 29 at LSU 1:30 p.m.


Aug. 31 Ark.-Pine Bluff 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at Auburn 6:30 p.m. Sep. 12 Troy 6:30 p.m. Sep. 21 at Memphis TBA

Sep. 28 at Missouri TBA TBA Oct. 12 Idaho Oct. 22 Louisiana-Lafayette 7 p.m. Nov. 2 at South Alabama TBA Nov. 9 at Louisiana-Monroe TBA Nov. 16 Texas St. TBA Nov. 23 Georgia St. TBA 3 p.m. Nov. 30 at W. Kentucky


Aug. 30 Morgan St. 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at Ball St. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 14 Stanford Sep. 21 Wake Forest 11 a.m. Sep. 28 at La. Tech 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at Boston College TBA Oct. 12 E. Michigan 11 a.m. Oct. 19 at Temple TBA TBA Nov. 2 at Air Force 11 a.m. Nov. 9 W. Kentucky Nov. 30 at Hawaii TBA Dec. 14 Navy 2 p.m.


Aug. 31 Washington St. 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Arkansas St. 6:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Mississippi St. 6 p.m. TBA Sep. 21 at LSU Oct. 5 Mississippi TBA Oct. 12 W. Carolina TBA Oct. 19 at Texas A&M TBA Oct. 26 FAU TBA Nov. 2 at Arkansas TBA Nov. 9 at Tennessee TBA Nov. 16 Georgia TBA Nov. 30 Alabama TBA


Aug. 31 at Virginia 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Texas Sep. 21 Utah TBA Sep. 27 Middle Tennessee TBA Oct. 4 at Utah St. 7 p.m. TBA Oct. 12 Georgia Tech Oct. 19 at Houston TBA Oct. 25 Boise St. 7 p.m. Nov. 9 at Wisconsin TBA Nov. 16 Idaho St. TBA Nov. 23 at Notre Dame 2:30 p.m. Nov. 30 at Nevada 2 p.m.


Aug. 29 Illinois St. Sep. 7 Army Sep. 14 at North Texas Sep. 21 at E. Michigan Sep. 28 Toledo Oct. 5 at Virginia Oct. 12 Kent St. Oct. 19 at W. Michigan Oct. 26 at Akron Nov. 6 Cent. Michigan Nov. 13 at N. Illinois Nov. 29 Miami (Ohio)

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Aug. 31 Wofford 6:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Buffalo 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Louisiana-Monroe TBA Oct. 5 West Virginia TBA Oct. 12 at Kansas St. TBA Oct. 19 Iowa St. TBA Oct. 26 at Kansas TBA Nov. 7 Oklahoma 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16 Texas Tech TBA Nov. 23 at Oklahoma St. TBA Nov. 30 at TCU TBA Dec. 7 Texas TBA


Aug. 31 at Washington 9 p.m. Sep. 7 UT-Martin 2 p.m. Sep. 13 Air Force 8 p.m. Sep. 20 at Fresno St. 8 p.m. Sep. 28 Southern Miss. TBA Oct. 12 at Utah St. 6:30 p.m. Oct. 19 Nevada 7 p.m. Oct. 25 at BYU 7 p.m. Nov. 2 at Colorado St. 7 p.m.

TBA Nov. 16 Wyoming Nov. 23 at San Diego St. 9:30 p.m. TBA Nov. 30 New Mexico

BOSTON COLLEGE Aug. 31 Villanova 11 a.m. Sep. 6 Wake Forest 7 p.m. Sep. 14 at Southern Cal TBA Sep. 28 Florida St. TBA TBA Oct. 5 Army Oct. 12 at Clemson TBA Oct. 26 at North Carolina TBA Nov. 2 Virginia Tech TBA Nov. 9 at New Mexico St. TBA Nov. 16 NC State TBA Nov. 23 at Maryland TBA TBA Nov. 30 at Syracuse

BOWLING GREEN Aug. 29 Tulsa 6 p.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 at Kent St. Sep. 14 at Indiana 11 a.m. Sep. 21 Murray St. 2:30 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 Akron Oct. 5 UMass 2:30 p.m. TBA Oct. 12 at Mississippi St. Oct. 26 Toledo TBA Nov. 5 at Miami (Ohio) 7 p.m. Nov. 12 Ohio 6:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at E. Michigan 12 p.m. Nov. 29 at Buffalo TBA

BUFFALO Aug. 31 at Ohio St. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 at Baylor 2:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Stony Brook 2:30 p.m. Sep. 28 UConn 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 E. Michigan 11 a.m. Oct. 12 at W. Michigan 1 p.m. Oct. 19 UMass 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at Kent St. TBA 7 p.m. Nov. 5 Ohio Nov. 12 at Toledo 6:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at Miami (Ohio) 7 p.m. Nov. 29 Bowling Green TBA

CALIFORNIA Aug. 31 Northwestern 9:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Portland St. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. Sep. 14 Ohio St. Sep. 28 at Oregon TBA Oct. 5 Washington St. TBA Oct. 12 at UCLA TBA Oct. 19 Oregon St. TBA Oct. 26 at Washington TBA Nov. 2 Arizona TBA Nov. 9 Southern Cal TBA Nov. 16 at Colorado TBA Nov. 23 at Stanford TBA

CENTRAL FLORIDA Aug. 29 Akron Sep. 6 at FIU Sep. 14 at Penn St. Sep. 28 South Carolina Oct. 5 at Memphis Oct. 18 at Louisville Oct. 26 UConn Nov. 9 Houston Nov. 16 at Temple Nov. 21 Rutgers Nov. 29 South Florida Dec. 7 at SMU

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN Aug. 31 at Michigan 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 New Hampshire 2 p.m. Sep. 14 at UNLV TBA Sep. 21 Toledo 11 a.m. Sep. 28 at NC State TBA Oct. 5 at Miami (Ohio) TBA Oct. 12 at Ohio 1 p.m. Oct. 19 N. Illinois 2 p.m. Nov. 6 at Ball St. 7 p.m. Nov. 16 at W. Michigan 11 a.m. Nov. 23 UMass 12 p.m. Nov. 29 E. Michigan TBA

CINCINNATI Aug. 31 Purdue 11 a.m. Sep. 7 at Illinois 11 a.m. Sep. 14 Northwestern St. TBA TBA Sep. 21 at Miami (Ohio) Oct. 5 at South Florida TBA TBA Oct. 11 Temple Oct. 19 UConn TBA 7 p.m. Oct. 30 at Memphis TBA Nov. 9 SMU Nov. 16 at Rutgers TBA TBA Nov. 23 at Houston Dec. 5 Louisville 6:30 p.m.

CLEMSON Aug. 31 Georgia 7 p.m. Sep. 7 SC State 11:30 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Sep. 19 at NC State Sep. 28 Wake Forest TBA Oct. 5 at Syracuse TBA TBA Oct. 12 Boston College Oct. 19 Florida St. TBA TBA Oct. 26 at Maryland TBA Nov. 2 at Virginia Nov. 14 Georgia Tech 6:30 p.m. TBA Nov. 23 The Citadel Nov. 30 at South Carolina TBA

COLORADO Sep. 1 at Colorado St. Sep. 7 Cent. Arkansas Sep. 14 Fresno St. Sep. 28 at Oregon St. Oct. 5 Oregon Oct. 12 at Arizona St. Oct. 26 Arizona Nov. 2 at UCLA Nov. 9 at Washington Nov. 16 California Nov. 23 Southern Cal Nov. 30 at Utah

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COLORADO ST. Sep. 1 Colorado 5 p.m. Sep. 7 at Tulsa 6 p.m. TBA Sep. 14 Cal Poly Sep. 21 at Alabama TBA Sep. 28 UTEP 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 San Jose St. 2:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Wyoming TBA TBA Oct. 26 at Hawaii Nov. 2 Boise St. 7 p.m. Nov. 9 Nevada TBA Nov. 16 at New Mexico 2 p.m. Nov. 23 at Utah St. 2:30 p.m. Nov. 30 Air Force TBA

CONNECTICUT Aug. 29 Towson 6:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Maryland TBA Sep. 21 Michigan TBA Sep. 28 at Buffalo 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 South Florida TBA Oct. 19 at Cincinnati TBA Oct. 26 at UCF TBA Nov. 8 Louisville TBA TBA Nov. 16 at SMU Nov. 23 at Temple TBA Nov. 30 Rutgers TBA Dec. 7 Memphis TBA

DUKE Aug. 31 NC Central 3 p.m. Sep. 7 at Memphis 3:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Georgia Tech 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Pittsburgh TBA Sep. 28 Troy TBA Oct. 12 Navy TBA Oct. 19 at Virginia TBA Oct. 26 at Virginia Tech TBA Nov. 9 NC State TBA Nov. 16 Miami TBA Nov. 23 at Wake Forest TBA Nov. 30 at North Carolina TBA

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Thursday, August 29, 2013


Aug. 31 Old Dominion 6 p.m. Sep. 5 FAU 6:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Virginia Tech 11 a.m. Sep. 28 at North Carolina TBA Oct. 5 at Middle Tennessee TBA Oct. 12 at Tulane 2:30 p.m. Oct. 19 Southern Miss. TBA Nov. 2 at FIU TBA TBA Nov. 9 Tulsa Nov. 16 UAB TBA Nov. 23 at NC State TBA Nov. 29 at Marshall 11 a.m.


Aug. 31 Howard 5 p.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 at Penn St. Sep. 14 at Rutgers 12 p.m. 12 p.m. Sep. 21 Ball St. Oct. 5 at Buffalo 11 a.m. 11 a.m. Oct. 12 at Army 12 p.m. Oct. 19 Ohio Oct. 26 at N. Illinois 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. Nov. 2 at Toledo Nov. 9 W. Michigan 12 p.m. Nov. 23 Bowling Green 12 p.m. Nov. 29 at Cent. Michigan TBA


Aug. 31 at Maryland 11:30 a.m. Sep. 6 UCF 7 p.m. Sep. 14 Bethune-Cookman 5 p.m. Sep. 21 at Louisville TBA Oct. 5 at Southern Miss. TBA Oct. 12 UAB TBA Oct. 26 Louisiana Tech TBA Nov. 2 East Carolina TBA Nov. 9 at Middle Tenn. 4 p.m. Nov. 16 at UTEP TBA Nov. 23 Marshall TBA Nov. 29 at FAU 2 p.m.


Aug. 30 at Miami 7 p.m. Sep. 5 at East Carolina 6:30 p.m. Sep. 14 at South Florida 6 p.m. Sep. 21 Middle Tennessee TBA Sep. 28 at Rice 6 p.m. TBA Oct. 5 at UAB Oct. 12 Marshall 4 p.m. Oct. 26 at Auburn TBA Nov. 2 Tulane TBA Nov. 16 at Southern Miss. TBA Nov. 23 New Mexico St. TBA Nov. 29 FIU 2 p.m.


Aug. 31 Toledo 11:21 a.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 at Miami Sep. 21 Tennessee TBA TBA Sep. 28 at Kentucky Oct. 5 Arkansas TBA TBA Oct. 12 at LSU Oct. 19 at Missouri TBA 2:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at Georgia Nov. 9 Vanderbilt TBA Nov. 16 at South Carolina TBA Nov. 23 Georgia Southern TBA TBA Nov. 30 Florida St.


Sep. 2 at Pittsburgh 7 p.m. Sep. 14 Nevada 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Bethune-Cookman TBA Sep. 28 at Boston College TBA Oct. 5 Maryland TBA Oct. 19 at Clemson TBA Oct. 26 NC State TBA Nov. 2 Miami TBA Nov. 9 at Wake Forest TBA Nov. 16 Syracuse TBA Nov. 23 Idaho TBA Nov. 30 at Florida TBA


Aug. 29 Rutgers Sep. 7 Cal Poly Sep. 14 at Colorado

9:30 p.m. 9 p.m. 1 p.m.

Sep. 20 Boise St. 8 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 at Hawaii TBA Oct. 5 at Idaho 9 p.m. Oct. 19 UNLV Oct. 26 at San Diego St. TBA Nov. 2 Nevada 6 p.m. Nov. 9 at Wyoming TBA Nov. 23 New Mexico 6 p.m. Nov. 29 at San Jose St. 2:30 p.m.


Aug. 31 at Clemson 7 p.m. Sep. 7 South Carolina 3:30 p.m. Sep. 21 North Texas TBA Sep. 28 LSU TBA Oct. 5 at Tennessee TBA Oct. 12 Missouri TBA Oct. 19 at Vanderbilt TBA Nov. 2 Florida 2:30 p.m. Nov. 9 Appalachian St. TBA Nov. 16 at Auburn TBA Nov. 23 Kentucky TBA Nov. 30 at Georgia Tech TBA


Aug. 30 Samford 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Chattanooga 1 p.m. Sep. 14 at West Virginia 11 a.m. Sep. 21 Jacksonville St. 1 p.m. Oct. 5 at Alabama TBA Oct. 12 Troy 1 p.m. Oct. 19 at Texas St. 6 p.m. Oct. 26 at Louisiana-Monroe TBA Nov. 2 W. Kentucky 1 p.m. Nov. 16 Louisiana-Lafayette 1 p.m. Nov. 23 at Arkansas St. TBA Nov. 30 South Alabama 1 p.m.


Aug. 31 Elon 11 a.m. Sep. 14 at Duke 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 North Carolina TBA Sep. 26 Virginia Tech 6:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at Miami TBA Oct. 12 at BYU TBA Oct. 19 Syracuse TBA Oct. 26 at Virginia TBA Nov. 2 Pittsburgh TBA Nov. 14 at Clemson 6:30 p.m. Nov. 23 Alabama A&M TBA Nov. 30 Georgia TBA


Aug. 29 Southern Cal 10 p.m. Sep. 7 at Oregon St. 7 p.m. Sep. 21 at Nevada TBA Sep. 28 Fresno St. TBA Oct. 5 San Jose St. TBA Oct. 12 at UNLV TBA Oct. 26 Colorado St. TBA Nov. 2 at Utah St. 3 p.m. Nov. 9 at Navy 2:30 p.m. Nov. 16 San Diego St. 9:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at Wyoming TBA Nov. 30 Army TBA


Aug. 30 Southern U. 7:30 p.m. Sep. 7 at Temple 11 a.m. Sep. 21 at Rice 2 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 at UTSA Oct. 12 Memphis TBA Oct. 19 BYU TBA Oct. 26 at Rutgers TBA Oct. 31 South Florida TBA Nov. 9 at UCF TBA Nov. 16 at Louisville TBA Nov. 23 Cincinnati TBA Nov. 29 SMU TBA


Aug. 31 at North Texas 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at Wyoming TBA Sep. 14 N. Illinois TBA Sep. 21 at Washington St. TBA Sep. 28 Temple TBA Oct. 5 Fresno St. TBA Oct. 12 at Arkansas St. TBA

Oct. 26 at Mississippi Nov. 2 Texas St. Nov. 9 Old Dominion Nov. 23 at Florida St. Nov. 30 at New Mexico St.



Aug. 31 S. Illinois 11 a.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 Cincinnati Sep. 14 Washington 5 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 Miami (Ohio) 11 a.m. Oct. 5 at Nebraska Oct. 19 Wisconsin 7 p.m. Oct. 26 Michigan St. 2:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at Penn St. TBA TBA Nov. 9 at Indiana TBA Nov. 16 Ohio St. Nov. 23 at Purdue TBA Nov. 30 Northwestern TBA


Aug. 29 Indiana St. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. Sep. 7 Navy 11 a.m. Sep. 14 Bowling Green Sep. 21 Missouri 7 p.m. Oct. 5 Penn St. TBA Oct. 12 at Michigan St. 11 a.m. Oct. 19 at Michigan 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Nov. 2 Minnesota TBA Nov. 9 Illinois TBA Nov. 16 at Wisconsin TBA Nov. 23 at Ohio St. TBA Nov. 30 Purdue


Aug. 31 N. Illinois 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Missouri St. 11 a.m. Sep. 14 at Iowa St. 5 p.m. Sep. 21 W. Michigan TBA Sep. 28 at Minnesota 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 Michigan St. 11 a.m. Oct. 19 at Ohio St. 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 Northwestern TBA Nov. 2 Wisconsin TBA Nov. 9 at Purdue TBA Nov. 23 Michigan TBA 11 a.m. Nov. 29 at Nebraska


Aug. 31 N. Iowa 7 p.m. Sep. 14 Iowa 5 p.m. Sep. 26 at Tulsa 6:30 p.m. Oct. 3 Texas 6:30 p.m. TBA Oct. 12 at Texas Tech Oct. 19 at Baylor TBA Oct. 26 Oklahoma St. TBA Nov. 2 at Kansas St. TBA TBA Nov. 9 TCU Nov. 16 at Oklahoma TBA Nov. 23 Kansas TBA Nov. 30 at West Virginia TBA


Sep. 7 South Dakota 6 p.m. Sep. 14 at Rice 6:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Louisiana Tech TBA Oct. 5 Texas Tech TBA Oct. 12 at TCU TBA Oct. 19 Oklahoma TBA Oct. 26 Baylor TBA TBA Nov. 2 at Texas Nov. 9 at Oklahoma St. TBA Nov. 16 West Virginia TBA Nov. 23 at Iowa St. TBA Nov. 30 Kansas St. TBA


Aug. 30 N. Dakota St. 7:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Louisiana Lafayette 5:30 p.m. Sep. 14 UMass 6 p.m. Sep. 21 at Texas TBA Oct. 5 at Oklahoma St. TBA Oct. 12 Baylor TBA Oct. 26 West Virginia TBA Nov. 2 Iowa St. TBA Nov. 9 at Texas Tech TBA Nov. 16 TCU TBA Nov. 23 Oklahoma TBA

Nov. 30 at Kansas


KENT ST. Aug. 29 Liberty 5 p.m. Sep. 7 Bowling Green 11 a.m. Sep. 14 at LSU 6 p.m. Sep. 21 at Penn St. TBA Sep. 28 at W. Michigan 6 p.m. Oct. 5 N. Illinois 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at Ball St. 2 p.m. Oct. 19 at South Alabama TBA Oct. 26 Buffalo TBA Nov. 2 at Akron 2:30 p.m. Nov. 13 Miami (Ohio) 7 p.m. Nov. 19 at Ohio 7 p.m.

KENTUCKY Aug. 31 W. Kentucky 6 p.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 Miami (Ohio) Sep. 14 Louisville 11 a.m. Sep. 28 Florida TBA Oct. 5 at South Carolina TBA Oct. 12 Alabama TBA Oct. 24 at Mississippi St. 6:30 p.m. Nov. 2 Alabama St. TBA Nov. 9 Missouri TBA TBA Nov. 16 at Vanderbilt Nov. 23 at Georgia TBA Nov. 30 Tennessee TBA

LSU Aug. 31 at TCU 8 p.m. Sep. 7 UAB 6 p.m. Sep. 14 Kent St. 6 p.m. Sep. 21 Auburn TBA Sep. 28 at Georgia TBA Oct. 5 at Mississippi St. TBA Oct. 12 Florida TBA Oct. 19 at Mississippi TBA Oct. 26 Furman TBA Nov. 9 at Alabama TBA Nov. 23 Texas A&M TBA Nov. 29 Arkansas 1:30 p.m.

LOUISIANATECH Aug. 31 at NC State 11:30 a.m. Sep. 7 Lamar 6 p.m. Sep. 12 Tulane 6:30 p.m. Sep. 21 at Kansas TBA Sep. 28 Army 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at UTEP 6:30 p.m. Oct. 19 North Texas 3 p.m. Oct. 26 at FIU TBA Nov. 9 Southern Miss. 6 p.m. Nov. 16 at Rice 6 p.m. Nov. 23 Tulsa 6 p.m. Nov. 30 at UTSA TBA

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE Aug. 31 at Arkansas 3 p.m. Sep. 7 at Kansas St. 5:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Nicholls St. TBA Sep. 21 at Akron 5 p.m. TBA Oct. 5 Texas St. Oct. 15 at W. Kentucky 7 p.m. Oct. 22 at Arkansas St. 7 p.m. Nov. 2 New Mexico St. TBA Nov. 7 Troy 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Georgia St. 1 p.m. Nov. 30 Louisiana-Monroe TBA Dec. 7 at South Alabama TBA

LOUISIANA-MONROE Aug. 31 at Oklahoma 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Grambling St. TBA Sep. 14 at Wake Forest 11:30 a.m. Sep. 21 at Baylor TBA Sep. 28 Tulane TBA Oct. 3 W. Kentucky 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. Oct. 12 at Texas St. Oct. 26 Georgia St. TBA Oct. 31 at Troy 6:30 p.m. Nov. 9 Arkansas St. TBA Nov. 23 at South Alabama TBA Nov. 30 at Louisiana Lafayette TBA


Sep. 1 Ohio 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 E. Kentucky 11 a.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 14 at Kentucky TBA Sep. 21 FIU Oct. 5 at Temple TBA Oct. 10 Rutgers TBA Oct. 18 UCF TBA Oct. 26 at South Florida TBA Nov. 8 at UConn TBA TBA Nov. 16 Houston Nov. 23 Memphis TBA Dec. 5 at Cincinnati 6:30 p.m.


Aug. 31 Miami (Ohio) 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Gardner-Webb 5:30 p.m. Sep. 14 at Ohio 7 p.m. Sep. 21 at Virginia Tech TBA Oct. 5 UTSA 1 p.m. Oct. 12 at FAU 4 p.m. Oct. 24 at Middle Tennessee 6:30 p.m. Nov. 2 Southern Miss. 11:30 a.m. 11 a.m. Nov. 9 UAB Nov. 14 at Tulsa 6:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at FIU TBA Nov. 29 East Carolina 11 a.m.


Aug. 31 FIU 11:30 a.m. Sep. 7 Old Dominion 3 p.m. TBA Sep. 14 at UConn TBA Sep. 21 West Virginia Oct. 5 at Florida St. TBA Oct. 12 Virginia TBA Oct. 19 at Wake Forest TBA TBA Oct. 26 Clemson Nov. 9 Syracuse TBA Nov. 16 at Virginia Tech TBA Nov. 23 Boston College TBA Nov. 30 at NC State TBA


Aug. 31 at Wisconsin 11 a.m. Sep. 7 Maine 1 p.m. Sep. 14 at Kansas St. 6 p.m. Sep. 21 Vanderbilt 11 a.m. Oct. 5 at Bowling Green 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 Miami (Ohio) 2 p.m. Oct. 19 at Buffalo 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 W. Michigan 2 p.m. Nov. 2 N. Illinois 11 a.m. Nov. 16 Akron 12 p.m. Nov. 23 at Cent. Michigan 12 p.m. Nov. 29 at Ohio TBA


Sep. 7 Duke 3:30 p.m. Sep. 14 at Middle Tennessee TBA Sep. 21 Arkansas St. TBA Oct. 5 UCF TBA Oct. 12 at Houston TBA Oct. 19 SMU TBA Oct. 30 Cincinnati 7 p.m. Nov. 9 UT-Martin TBA Nov. 16 at South Florida TBA Nov. 23 at Louisville TBA Nov. 30 Temple TBA Dec. 7 at UConn TBA


Aug. 30 FAU 7 p.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 Florida Sep. 21 Savannah St. TBA Sep. 28 at South Florida TBA Oct. 5 Georgia Tech TBA Oct. 17 at North Carolina TBA Oct. 26 Wake Forest TBA Nov. 2 at Florida St. TBA Nov. 9 Virginia Tech TBA Nov. 16 at Duke TBA Nov. 23 Virginia TBA Nov. 29 at Pittsburgh TBA


Aug. 31 at Marshall Sep. 7 at Kentucky Sep. 21 Cincinnati

6 p.m. 11 a.m. TBA

Sep. 28 at Illinois Oct. 5 Cent. Michigan Oct. 12 at UMass Oct. 19 Akron Oct. 26 at Ohio Nov. 5 Bowling Green Nov. 13 at Kent St. Nov. 19 Buffalo Nov. 29 at Ball St.

TBA TBA 2 p.m. TBA 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA


Aug. 31 Cent. Michigan 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Notre Dame 7 p.m. Sep. 14 Akron 11 a.m. TBA Sep. 21 at UConn Oct. 5 Minnesota 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at Penn St. 4 p.m. Oct. 19 Indiana 2:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at Michigan St. TBA Nov. 9 Nebraska TBA Nov. 16 at Northwestern TBA Nov. 23 at Iowa TBA Nov. 30 Ohio St. TBA


Aug. 30 W. Michigan 7 p.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 South Florida Sep. 14 Youngstown St. 1 p.m. Sep. 21 at Notre Dame 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at Iowa 11 a.m. Oct. 12 Indiana 11 a.m. TBA Oct. 19 Purdue 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at Illinois Nov. 2 Michigan TBA TBA Nov. 16 at Nebraska Nov. 23 at Northwestern TBA TBA Nov. 30 Minnesota


Aug. 29 W. Carolina 6:30 p.m. Sep. 7 at North Carolina 11:30 a.m. Sep. 14 Memphis TBA TBA Sep. 21 at FAU Sep. 27 at BYU TBA Oct. 5 East Carolina TBA 6 p.m. Oct. 12 at North Texas Oct. 24 Marshall 6:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at UAB 12 p.m. Nov. 9 FIU 4 p.m. Nov. 23 at Southern Miss. TBA Nov. 30 UTEP TBA


Aug. 29 UNLV 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at New Mexico St. 7 p.m. Sep. 14 W. Illinois 11 a.m. Sep. 21 San Jose St. TBA Sep. 28 Iowa 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at Michigan 2:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Northwestern TBA Oct. 26 Nebraska TBA Nov. 2 at Indiana 2:30 p.m. Nov. 9 Penn St. TBA Nov. 23 Wisconsin TBA Nov. 30 at Michigan St. TBA


Aug. 29 at Vanderbilt 8:15 p.m. Sep. 7 SE Missouri 6 p.m. Sep. 14 at Texas 7 p.m. Sep. 28 at Alabama TBA Oct. 5 at Auburn TBA Oct. 12 Texas A&M TBA Oct. 19 LSU TBA Oct. 26 Idaho TBA Nov. 9 Arkansas TBA Nov. 16 Troy TBA Nov. 23 Missouri TBA Nov. 28 at Mississippi St. 6:30 p.m.


Aug. 31 at Oklahoma St. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Alcorn St. 3:30 p.m. Sep. 14 at Auburn 6 p.m. Sep. 21 Troy TBA Oct. 5 LSU TBA Oct. 12 Bowling Green TBA Oct. 24 Kentucky 6:30 p.m.

Nov. 2 at South Carolina TBA TBA Nov. 9 at Texas A&M Nov. 16 Alabama TBA Nov. 23 at Arkansas TBA Nov. 28 Mississippi 6:30 p.m.


Aug. 31 Murray St. TBA 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Toledo Sep. 21 at Indiana 7 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 Arkansas St. TBA Oct. 5 at Vanderbilt Oct. 12 at Georgia TBA TBA Oct. 19 Florida Oct. 26 South Carolina TBA TBA Nov. 2 Tennessee TBA Nov. 9 at Kentucky Nov. 23 at Mississippi TBA Nov. 30 Texas A&M TBA


Sep. 7 at Indiana 5 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Delaware 6 p.m. Sep. 28 at W. Kentucky 10:30 a.m. Oct. 5 Air Force Oct. 12 at Duke TBA 6 p.m. Oct. 19 at Toledo 12 p.m. Oct. 26 Pittsburgh Nov. 2 at Notre Dame 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Nov. 9 Hawaii Nov. 16 South Alabama 2:30 p.m. Nov. 22 at San Jose St. 8:30 p.m. 2 p.m. Dec. 14 at Army


Aug. 31 Wyoming Sep. 7 Southern Miss. Sep. 14 UCLA Sep. 21 S. Dakota St. Oct. 5 Illinois Oct. 12 at Purdue Oct. 26 at Minnesota Nov. 2 Northwestern Nov. 9 at Michigan Nov. 16 Michigan St. Nov. 23 at Penn St. Nov. 29 Iowa

7 p.m. 5 p.m. 11 a.m. TBA 11 a.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 11 a.m.


Aug. 31 at UCLA 9 p.m. Sep. 7 UC Davis TBA Sep. 14 at Florida St. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Hawaii TBA 6:30 p.m. Sep. 28 Air Force Oct. 4 at San Diego St. 8 p.m. Oct. 19 at Boise St. 7 p.m. Oct. 26 UNLV TBA 6 p.m. Nov. 2 at Fresno St. Nov. 9 at Colorado St. TBA Nov. 16 San Jose St. TBA Nov. 30 BYU 2 p.m.


Aug. 31 UTSA 7 p.m. Sep. 7 at UTEP 7 p.m. Sep. 14 at Pittsburgh 11:30 a.m. Sep. 28 UNLV 7 p.m. Oct. 5 New Mexico St. 5 p.m. Oct. 12 at Wyoming TBA Oct. 19 Utah St. 5 p.m. TBA Nov. 2 at San Diego St. Nov. 8 Air Force 8 p.m. Nov. 16 Colorado St. 2 p.m. Nov. 23 at Fresno St. 6 p.m. Nov. 30 at Boise St. TBA


Aug. 31 at Texas Sep. 7 Minnesota Sep. 14 UTEP Sep. 21 at UCLA Sep. 28 San Diego St. Oct. 5 at New Mexico Oct. 19 Rice Oct. 26 Abilene Christian Nov. 2 at Louisiana Lafayette Nov. 9 Boston College Nov. 23 at FAU

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

Nov. 30 Idaho


NORTHERN ILLINOIS Aug. 31 at Iowa 2:30 p.m. Sep. 14 at Idaho TBA Sep. 21 E. Illinois 6 p.m. Sep. 28 at Purdue 11 a.m. Oct. 5 at Kent St. 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 Akron 4 p.m. Oct. 19 at Cent. Michigan 2 p.m. Oct. 26 E. Michigan 2:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at UMass 11 a.m. Nov. 13 Ball St. 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at Toledo 7 p.m. Nov. 26 W. Michigan 6 p.m.

NORTH CAROLINA Aug. 29 at South Carolina 5 p.m. Sep. 7 Middle Tennessee 11:30 a.m. Sep. 21 at Georgia Tech TBA TBA Sep. 28 East Carolina Oct. 5 at Virginia Tech TBA Oct. 17 Miami TBA Oct. 26 Boston College TBA TBA Nov. 2 at NC State Nov. 9 Virginia TBA TBA Nov. 16 at Pittsburgh TBA Nov. 23 Old Dominion Nov. 30 Duke TBA

N.C. STATE Aug. 31 Louisiana Tech 11:30 a.m. Sep. 7 Richmond 5 p.m. Sep. 19 Clemson 6:30 p.m. Sep. 28 Cent. Michigan TBA Oct. 5 at Wake Forest TBA Oct. 12 Syracuse TBA Oct. 26 at Florida St. TBA Nov. 2 North Carolina TBA Nov. 9 at Duke TBA Nov. 16 at Boston College TBA Nov. 23 East Carolina TBA TBA Nov. 30 Maryland

NORTH TEXAS Aug. 31 Idaho 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at Ohio 6 p.m. Sep. 14 Ball St. 3 p.m. Sep. 21 at Georgia TBA Oct. 5 at Tulane 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 Middle Tennessee 6 p.m. Oct. 19 at Louisiana Tech 3 p.m. Oct. 26 at Southern Miss. 6 p.m. Oct. 31 Rice 6:30 p.m. Nov. 9 UTEP 2:30 p.m. Nov. 23 UTSA 2:30 p.m. Nov. 30 at Tulsa TBA

NORTHWESTERN Aug. 31 at California Sep. 7 Syracuse Sep. 14 W. Michigan Sep. 21 Maine Oct. 5 Ohio St. Oct. 12 at Wisconsin Oct. 19 Minnesota Oct. 26 at Iowa Nov. 2 at Nebraska Nov. 16 Michigan Nov. 23 Michigan St. Nov. 30 at Illinois

9:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 8 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. 2:30 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

NOTRE DAME Aug. 31 Temple Sep. 7 at Michigan Sep. 14 at Purdue Sep. 21 Michigan St. Sep. 28 Oklahoma Oct. 5 at Arizona St. Oct. 19 Southern Cal Oct. 26 at Air Force Nov. 2 Navy Nov. 9 at Pittsburgh Nov. 23 BYU Nov. 30 at Stanford

2:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 2:30 p.m. TBA 2:30 p.m. TBA

FBS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 2013 (All Times CDT) Thursday, August 29, 2013 41 OHIO

Sep. 1 at Louisville 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 North Texas 6 p.m. 7 p.m. Sep. 14 Marshall Sep. 21 Austin Peay 1 p.m. Oct. 5 at Akron 1 p.m. Oct. 12 Cent. Michigan 1 p.m. Oct. 19 at E. Michigan 12 p.m. 1 p.m. Oct. 26 Miami (Ohio) 7 p.m. Nov. 5 at Buffalo Nov. 12 at Bowling Green 6:30 p.m. Nov. 19 Kent St. 7 p.m. Nov. 29 UMass TBA


Aug. 31 Buffalo 11 a.m. Sep. 7 San Diego St. 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. Sep. 14 at California TBA Sep. 21 Florida A&M Sep. 28 Wisconsin 7 p.m. Oct. 5 at Northwestern 7 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Oct. 19 Iowa 7 p.m. Oct. 26 Penn St. TBA Nov. 2 at Purdue TBA Nov. 16 at Illinois TBA Nov. 23 Indiana Nov. 30 at Michigan TBA


Aug. 31 Louisiana-Monroe 6 p.m. 6 p.m. Sep. 7 West Virginia 11 a.m. Sep. 14 Tulsa Sep. 28 at Notre Dame 2:30 p.m. TBA Oct. 5 TCU Oct. 12 Texas TBA Oct. 19 at Kansas TBA Oct. 26 Texas Tech TBA Nov. 7 at Baylor 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16 Iowa St. TBA Nov. 23 at Kansas St. TBA TBA Dec. 7 at Oklahoma St.


Aug. 31 Mississippi St. 2:30 p.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 at UTSA Sep. 14 Lamar 6:30 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 at West Virginia TBA Oct. 5 Kansas St. TBA Oct. 19 TCU TBA Oct. 26 at Iowa St. TBA Nov. 2 at Texas Tech TBA Nov. 9 Kansas TBA Nov. 16 at Texas TBA Nov. 23 Baylor TBA Dec. 7 Oklahoma


Aug. 31 Nicholls St. 3 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 at Virginia Sep. 14 Tennessee 2:30 p.m. Sep. 28 California TBA Oct. 5 at Colorado TBA TBA Oct. 12 at Washington Oct. 19 Washington St. TBA TBA Oct. 26 UCLA Nov. 7 at Stanford 8 p.m. TBA Nov. 16 Utah TBA Nov. 23 at Arizona 6 p.m. Nov. 29 Oregon St.


Aug. 31 E. Washington 5 p.m. Sep. 7 Hawaii 7 p.m. Sep. 14 at Utah 9 p.m. Sep. 21 at San Diego St. 6:30 p.m. Sep. 28 Colorado TBA Oct. 12 at Washington St. TBA Oct. 19 at California TBA Oct. 26 Stanford TBA Nov. 1 Southern Cal 8 p.m. Nov. 16 at Arizona St. TBA Nov. 23 Washington TBA Nov. 29 at Oregon 6 p.m.


Aug. 31 at Syracuse Sep. 7 E. Michigan Sep. 14 UCF

2:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 5 p.m.

Sep. 21 Kent St. Oct. 5 at Indiana Oct. 12 Michigan Oct. 26 at Ohio St. Nov. 2 Illinois Nov. 9 at Minnesota Nov. 16 Purdue Nov. 23 Nebraska Nov. 30 at Wisconsin



Sep. 2 Florida St. 7 p.m. Sep. 14 New Mexico 11:30 a.m. TBA Sep. 21 at Duke Sep. 28 Virginia TBA Oct. 12 at Virginia Tech TBA Oct. 19 Old Dominion TBA Oct. 26 at Navy 12 p.m. Nov. 2 at Georgia Tech TBA Nov. 9 Notre Dame TBA Nov. 16 North Carolina TBA Nov. 23 at Syracuse TBA Nov. 29 Miami TBA


Aug. 31 at Cincinnati Sep. 7 Indiana St. Sep. 14 Notre Dame Sep. 21 at Wisconsin Sep. 28 N. Illinois Oct. 12 Nebraska Oct. 19 at Michigan St. Nov. 2 Ohio St. Nov. 9 Iowa Nov. 16 at Penn St. Nov. 23 Illinois Nov. 30 at Indiana

11 a.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. TBA 11 a.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


Aug. 31 at Texas A&M 12 p.m. Sep. 14 Kansas 6:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Houston 2 p.m. Sep. 28 FAU 6 p.m. Oct. 5 at Tulsa 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at UTSA 3 p.m. Oct. 19 at New Mexico St. 7 p.m. Oct. 26 UTEP TBA Oct. 31 at North Texas 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16 Louisiana Tech 6 p.m. Nov. 21 at UAB 6:30 p.m. Nov. 30 Tulane 2 p.m.


Aug. 29 at Fresno St. 9:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Norfolk St. 11 a.m. Sep. 14 E. Michigan 12 p.m. Sep. 21 Arkansas TBA Oct. 5 at SMU TBA Oct. 10 at Louisville TBA Oct. 26 Houston TBA 11 a.m. Nov. 2 Temple Nov. 16 Cincinnati TBA Nov. 21 at UCF TBA Nov. 30 at UConn TBA Dec. 7 South Florida TBA


Aug. 31 E. Illinois 7 p.m. Sep. 7 at Ohio St. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Oregon St. 6:30 p.m. Sep. 28 at New Mexico St. 7 p.m. Oct. 4 Nevada 8 p.m. Oct. 10 at Air Force 8 p.m. Oct. 26 Fresno St. TBA Nov. 2 New Mexico TBA Nov. 9 at San Jose St. 9:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Hawaii 9:30 p.m. Nov. 23 Boise St. 9:30 p.m. Nov. 30 at UNLV TBA


Aug. 29 Sacramento St. 9 p.m. Sep. 7 at Stanford 10 p.m. Sep. 21 at Minnesota TBA Sep. 27 Utah St. 8 p.m. Oct. 5 at Hawaii TBA Oct. 12 at Colorado St. 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 Wyoming TBA

Nov. 2 at UNLV TBA Nov. 9 San Diego St. 9:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Nevada TBA Nov. 22 Navy 8:30 p.m. Nov. 29 Fresno St. 2:30 p.m.


Aug. 30 Texas Tech Sep. 7 Montana St. Sep. 21 at Texas A&M Sep. 28 at TCU Oct. 5 Rutgers Oct. 19 at Memphis Oct. 26 Temple Nov. 9 at Cincinnati Nov. 16 UConn Nov. 23 at South Florida Nov. 29 at Houston Dec. 7 UCF



Aug. 29 S. Utah 6:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 at Tulane Sep. 14 W. Kentucky 6:30 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 at Tennessee 12 p.m. Oct. 5 at Troy TBA Oct. 19 Kent St. Oct. 26 at Texas St. 6 p.m. Nov. 2 Arkansas St. TBA Nov. 16 at Navy 2:30 p.m. Nov. 23 Louisiana-Monroe TBA 1 p.m. Nov. 30 at Georgia St. Dec. 7 Louisiana-Lafayette TBA


Aug. 29 North Carolina 5 p.m. Sep. 7 at Georgia 3:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Vanderbilt 6 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 at UCF TBA Oct. 5 Kentucky Oct. 12 at Arkansas TBA Oct. 19 at Tennessee TBA Oct. 26 at Missouri TBA Nov. 2 Mississippi St. TBA Nov. 16 Florida TBA Nov. 23 Coastal Carolina TBA Nov. 30 Clemson TBA


Aug. 31 McNeese St. Sep. 7 at Michigan St. Sep. 14 FAU Sep. 28 Miami Oct. 5 Cincinnati Oct. 12 at UConn Oct. 26 Louisville Oct. 31 at Houston Nov. 16 Memphis Nov. 23 SMU Nov. 29 at UCF Dec. 7 at Rutgers

6 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


Aug. 29 at Hawaii 10 p.m. Sep. 7 Washington St. 9:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Boston College TBA Sep. 21 Utah St. TBA Sep. 28 at Arizona St. TBA Oct. 10 Arizona 9:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Notre Dame 6:30 p.m. Oct. 26 Utah TBA Nov. 1 at Oregon St. 8 p.m. Nov. 9 at California TBA Nov. 16 Stanford TBA Nov. 23 at Colorado TBA Nov. 30 UCLA TBA


Aug. 31 Texas St. 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at Nebraska 5 p.m. Sep. 14 at Arkansas 11:21 a.m. Sep. 28 at Boise St. TBA Oct. 5 FIU TBA Oct. 19 at East Carolina TBA Oct. 26 North Texas 6 p.m. Nov. 2 at Marshall 11:30 a.m. Nov. 9 at Louisiana Tech 6 p.m. Nov. 16 FAU TBA

Nov. 23 Middle Tennessee Nov. 30 at UAB



Sep. 7 San Jose St. 10 p.m. Sep. 14 at Army 11 a.m. TBA Sep. 21 Arizona St. Sep. 28 at Washington St. TBA TBA Oct. 5 Washington Oct. 12 at Utah TBA Oct. 19 UCLA TBA Oct. 26 at Oregon St. TBA Nov. 7 Oregon 8 p.m. Nov. 16 at Southern Cal TBA TBA Nov. 23 California Nov. 30 Notre Dame TBA


Aug. 31 Penn St. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 at Northwestern 5 p.m. Sep. 14 Wagner 3 p.m. Sep. 21 Tulane TBA TBA Oct. 5 Clemson TBA Oct. 12 at NC State Oct. 19 at Georgia Tech TBA Nov. 2 Wake Forest TBA TBA Nov. 9 at Maryland TBA Nov. 16 at Florida St. TBA Nov. 23 Pittsburgh TBA Nov. 30 Boston College


Aug. 31 LSU 8 p.m. Sep. 7 SE Louisiana 11 a.m. Sep. 12 at Texas Tech 6:30 p.m. TBA Sep. 28 SMU Oct. 5 at Oklahoma TBA Oct. 12 Kansas TBA TBA Oct. 19 at Oklahoma St. Oct. 26 Texas TBA TBA Nov. 2 West Virginia Nov. 9 at Iowa St. TBA Nov. 16 at Kansas St. TBA Nov. 30 Baylor TBA


Aug. 31 at Notre Dame 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Houston 11 a.m. Sep. 14 Fordham TBA Sep. 28 at Idaho TBA Oct. 5 Louisville TBA Oct. 11 at Cincinnati TBA Oct. 19 Army TBA Oct. 26 at SMU TBA Nov. 2 at Rutgers 11 a.m. TBA Nov. 16 UCF Nov. 23 UConn TBA Nov. 30 at Memphis TBA


Aug. 31 Austin Peay 5 p.m. Sep. 7 W. Kentucky 11:21 a.m. Sep. 14 at Oregon 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 at Florida TBA Sep. 28 South Alabama TBA Oct. 5 Georgia TBA Oct. 19 South Carolina TBA Oct. 26 at Alabama TBA Nov. 2 at Missouri TBA Nov. 9 Auburn TBA Nov. 23 Vanderbilt TBA Nov. 30 at Kentucky TBA


Aug. 31 New Mexico St. 7 p.m. Sep. 7 at BYU 6 p.m. Sep. 14 Mississippi 7 p.m. Sep. 21 Kansas St. TBA Oct. 3 at Iowa St. 6:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at Oklahoma TBA Oct. 26 at TCU TBA Nov. 2 Kansas TBA Nov. 9 at West Virginia TBA Nov. 16 Oklahoma St. TBA Nov. 28 Texas Tech 6:30 p.m. Dec. 7 at Baylor TBA


Aug. 31 Rice

12 p.m.

Sep. 7 Sam Houston St. 6 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Alabama Sep. 21 SMU TBA Sep. 28 at Arkansas TBA TBA Oct. 12 at Mississippi Oct. 19 Auburn TBA Oct. 26 Vanderbilt TBA Nov. 2 UTEP TBA Nov. 9 Mississippi St. TBA Nov. 23 at LSU TBA TBA Nov. 30 at Missouri

p.m. TBA Sep. 21 at Syracuse Sep. 28 at Louisiana-Monroe TBA Oct. 5 North Texas 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 East Carolina 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 Tulsa 2:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at FAU TBA Nov. 9 at UTSA TBA 2:30 p.m. Nov. 23 UTEP 2 p.m. Nov. 30 at Rice


Aug. 29 at Bowling Green 6 p.m. 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Colorado St. 11 a.m. Sep. 14 at Oklahoma Sep. 26 Iowa St. 6:30 p.m. Oct. 5 Rice 2:30 p.m. TBA Oct. 12 at UTEP 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at Tulane Nov. 2 UTSA TBA TBA Nov. 9 at East Carolina 6:30 p.m. Nov. 14 Marshall Nov. 23 at Louisiana Tech 6 p.m. TBA Nov. 30 North Texas

Aug. 31 at New Mexico 7 p.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 7 Oklahoma St. Sep. 14 at Arizona TBA Sep. 21 at UTEP 7 p.m. Sep. 28 Houston TBA Oct. 5 at Marshall 1 p.m. Oct. 12 Rice 3 p.m. Oct. 26 UAB 4 p.m. Nov. 2 at Tulsa TBA TBA Nov. 9 Tulane Nov. 23 at North Texas 2:30 p.m. Nov. 30 Louisiana Tech TBA


Aug. 31 at Southern Miss. Sep. 7 Prairie View Sep. 21 at Texas Tech Sep. 28 Wyoming Oct. 5 at Louisiana Lafayette Oct. 12 Louisiana-Monroe Oct. 19 Georgia St. Oct. 26 South Alabama Nov. 2 at Idaho Nov. 16 at Arkansas St. Nov. 23 W. Kentucky Nov. 29 at Troy

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA


Aug. 30 at SMU 7 p.m. Sep. 7 Stephen F. Austin 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Sep. 12 TCU Sep. 21 Texas St. 6 p.m. Oct. 5 at Kansas TBA Oct. 12 Iowa St. TBA Oct. 19 at West Virginia TBA TBA Oct. 26 at Oklahoma TBA Nov. 2 Oklahoma St. Nov. 9 Kansas St. TBA TBA Nov. 16 at Baylor Nov. 28 at Texas 6:30 p.m.


Aug. 31 at Florida 11:21 a.m. Sep. 7 at Missouri 2:30 p.m. Sep. 14 E. Washington 6 p.m. Sep. 21 at Cent. Michigan 11 a.m. Sep. 28 at Ball St. 2 p.m. Oct. 5 W. Michigan 2 p.m. Oct. 19 Navy 6 p.m. Oct. 26 at Bowling Green TBA Nov. 2 E. Michigan 6 p.m. Nov. 12 Buffalo 6:30 p.m. Nov. 20 N. Illinois 7 p.m. Nov. 29 at Akron TBA


Aug. 31 UAB 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Savannah St. 6 p.m. Sep. 12 at Arkansas St. 6:30 p.m. TBA Sep. 21 at Mississippi St. Sep. 28 at Duke TBA Oct. 5 South Alabama 12 p.m. Oct. 12 at Georgia St. 1 p.m. Oct. 26 at W. Kentucky 3 p.m. Oct. 31 Louisiana Monroe 6:30 p.m. Nov. 7 at Louisiana Lafayette 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Mississippi TBA Nov. 29 Texas St. TBA


Aug. 29 Jackson St. 7 p.m. Sep. 7 South Alabama 2:30 p.m. Sep. 12 at Louisiana Tech 6:30



Aug. 31 at Troy 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at LSU 6 p.m. Sep. 21 Northwestern St. TBA Sep. 28 at Vanderbilt TBA Oct. 5 FAU TBA Oct. 12 at FIU TBA Oct. 26 at UTSA 4 p.m. Nov. 2 Middle Tennessee 12 p.m. Nov. 9 at Marshall 11 a.m. Nov. 16 at East Carolina TBA Nov. 21 Rice 6:30 p.m. Nov. 30 Southern Miss. TBA


Aug. 31 Nevada Sep. 14 at Nebraska Sep. 21 New Mexico St. Oct. 3 at Utah Oct. 12 California Oct. 19 at Stanford Oct. 26 at Oregon Nov. 2 Colorado Nov. 9 at Arizona Nov. 15 Washington Nov. 23 Arizona St. Nov. 30 at Southern Cal

9 p.m. 11 a.m. TBA 9 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 8 p.m. TBA TBA


Aug. 29 at Minnesota 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Arizona 9:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Cent. Michigan TBA Sep. 21 W. Illinois TBA Sep. 28 at New Mexico 7 p.m. Oct. 12 Hawaii TBA Oct. 19 at Fresno St. 9 p.m. Oct. 26 at Nevada TBA Nov. 2 San Jose St. TBA Nov. 9 Utah St. TBA Nov. 21 at Air Force 8:30 p.m. TBA Nov. 30 San Diego St.


Aug. 29 Utah St. Sep. 7 Weber St. Sep. 14 Oregon St. Sep. 21 at BYU Oct. 3 UCLA Oct. 12 Stanford Oct. 19 at Arizona Oct. 26 at Southern Cal Nov. 9 Arizona St. Nov. 16 at Oregon Nov. 23 at Washington St. Nov. 30 Colorado


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Aug. 29 at Utah 7 p.m. Sep. 7 at Air Force 2:30 p.m. Sep. 14 Weber St. 7 p.m. Sep. 21 at Southern Cal TBA Sep. 27 at San Jose St. 8 p.m. Oct. 4 BYU 7 p.m.

Oct. 12 Boise St. 6:30 p.m. 5 p.m. Oct. 19 at New Mexico Nov. 2 Hawaii 3 p.m. TBA Nov. 9 at UNLV Nov. 23 Colorado St. 2:30 p.m. Nov. 30 Wyoming 1 p.m.


Sep. 7 New Mexico 7 p.m. Sep. 14 at New Mexico St. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Sep. 21 UTSA Sep. 28 at Colorado St. 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 Louisiana Tech 6:30 p.m. Oct. 12 Tulsa TBA TBA Oct. 26 at Rice Nov. 2 at Texas A&M TBA Nov. 9 at North Texas 2:30 p.m. TBA Nov. 16 FIU 2:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at Tulane Nov. 30 at Middle Tennessee TBA


Aug. 29 Mississippi 8:15 p.m. Sep. 7 Austin Peay 6:30 p.m. Sep. 14 at South Carolina 6 p.m. 11 a.m. Sep. 21 at UMass TBA Sep. 28 UAB Oct. 5 Missouri TBA Oct. 19 Georgia TBA Oct. 26 at Texas A&M TBA Nov. 9 at Florida TBA Nov. 16 Kentucky TBA Nov. 23 at Tennessee TBA Nov. 30 Wake Forest TBA


Aug. 31 BYU 2:30 p.m. Sep. 7 Oregon 2:30 p.m. Sep. 21 VMI TBA Sep. 28 at Pittsburgh TBA Oct. 5 Ball St. TBA Oct. 12 at Maryland TBA Oct. 19 Duke TBA Oct. 26 Georgia Tech TBA Nov. 2 Clemson TBA Nov. 9 at North Carolina TBA Nov. 23 at Miami TBA Nov. 30 Virginia Tech TBA


Aug. 31 at Alabama 4:30 p.m. Sep. 7 W. Carolina 12:30 p.m. Sep. 14 at East Carolina 11 a.m. TBA Sep. 21 Marshall Sep. 26 at Georgia Tech 6:30 p.m. Oct. 5 North Carolina TBA TBA Oct. 12 Pittsburgh Oct. 26 Duke TBA Nov. 2 at Boston College TBA TBA Nov. 9 at Miami Nov. 16 Maryland TBA TBA Nov. 30 at Virginia


Aug. 29 Presbyterian 5:30 p.m. Sep. 6 at Boston College 7 p.m. Sep. 14 La.-Monroe 11:30 a.m. Sep. 21 at Army 11 a.m. Sep. 28 at Clemson TBA Oct. 5 NC State TBA Oct. 19 Maryland TBA Oct. 26 at Miami TBA Nov. 2 at Syracuse TBA Nov. 9 Florida St. TBA Nov. 23 Duke TBA Nov. 30 at Vanderbilt TBA


Aug. 31 Boise St. Sep. 14 at Illinois Sep. 21 Idaho St. Sep. 28 Arizona Oct. 5 at Stanford Oct. 12 Oregon Oct. 19 at Arizona St. Oct. 26 California Nov. 9 Colorado Nov. 15 at UCLA

9 p.m. 5 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 8 p.m.

Nov. 23 at Oregon St. TBA Nov. 29 Washington St. 2:30 p.m.


Aug. 31 at Auburn 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at Southern Cal 9:30 p.m. Sep. 14 S. Utah TBA Sep. 21 Idaho TBA Sep. 28 Stanford TBA Oct. 5 at California TBA Oct. 12 Oregon St. TBA Oct. 19 at Oregon TBA Oct. 31 Arizona St. 9:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Arizona TBA Nov. 23 Utah TBA Nov. 29 at Washington 2:30 p.m.


Aug. 31 William & Mary Sep. 7 at Oklahoma Sep. 14 Georgia St. Sep. 21 at Maryland Sep. 28 Oklahoma St. Oct. 5 at Baylor Oct. 19 Texas Tech Oct. 26 at Kansas St. Nov. 2 at TCU Nov. 9 Texas Nov. 16 at Kansas Nov. 30 Iowa St.

11 a.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


Aug. 31 at Kentucky 6 p.m. Sep. 7 at Tennessee 11:21 a.m. Sep. 14 at South Alabama 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. Sep. 21 Morgan St. 6 p.m. Sep. 28 Navy Oct. 3 at Louisiana Monroe 7:30 p.m. Oct. 15 Louisiana-Lafayette 7 p.m. Oct. 26 Troy 3 p.m. Nov. 2 at Georgia St. 1 p.m. 11 a.m. Nov. 9 at Army Nov. 23 at Texas St. TBA Nov. 30 Arkansas St. 3 p.m.


Aug. 30 at Michigan St. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. Sep. 7 Nicholls St. Sep. 14 at Northwestern 8 p.m. Sep. 21 at Iowa TBA 6 p.m. Sep. 28 Kent St. 2 p.m. Oct. 5 at Toledo 1 p.m. Oct. 12 Buffalo Oct. 19 Ball St. 1 p.m. Oct. 26 at UMass 2 p.m. 12 p.m. Nov. 9 at E. Michigan Nov. 16 Cent. Michigan 11 a.m. Nov. 26 at N. Illinois 6 p.m.


Aug. 31 UMass 11 a.m. Sep. 7 Tennessee Tech 11 a.m. Sep. 14 at Arizona St. 9:30 p.m. Sep. 21 Purdue TBA Sep. 28 at Ohio St. 7 p.m. Oct. 12 Northwestern 2:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Illinois 7 p.m. Nov. 2 at Iowa TBA Nov. 9 BYU TBA Nov. 16 Indiana TBA Nov. 23 at Minnesota TBA Nov. 30 Penn St. TBA


Aug. 31 at Nebraska Sep. 7 Idaho Sep. 14 N. Colorado Sep. 21 at Air Force Sep. 28 at Texas St. Oct. 12 New Mexico Oct. 19 Colorado St. Oct. 26 at San Jose St. Nov. 9 Fresno St. Nov. 16 at Boise St. Nov. 23 Hawaii Nov. 30 at Utah St.

7 p.m. TBA TBA TBA 6 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 1 p.m.


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Northwestern: Enjoying defensive line depth from page 13 the lone non-conference assignment on a 10-game schedule. In a preseason NAIA poll that ranks Northwestern No. 13, Bacone is just outside the Top 25, tied for second among the others receiving votes. “Last year we had a tremendous group of seniors,’’ said Achterhoff. “But we’re to the point where we try to have a great senior class every year and we have another great group this year. It’s their time to lead and to take another step.’’ It’s a senior class that includes quarterback Davis Bloemendaal and running back Theo Bartman, a pair of preseason All-Americans. “Any time you go into a season with a three-time starter at quarterback who’s going to be a senior, you’ve got a shot,’’ said Achterhoff, who employed Bloemendaal as a part-time starter in his freshman year. Bartman, a former Hull Western Christian star, rushed for 1,246 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior last fall, but that only ranked him second in a high-powered running game led by Brandon Smith (1,415 yards, 21 TDs). Achterhoff knows players like Smith aren’t readily replaced, but he believes the Raiders will have plenty of ball carriers with the 6-2, 216-pound Bartman backed up by a pair of newcomers who are part of a strong freshman class. “In order to continue having those senior classes stepping up, you’ve got to have those great recruiting years,’’ said the coach. “And I think we had another very solid recruiting year.’’ One of the freshman backs is Paul Hutson, a 6-3, 218-pounder from LoganMagnolia who rushed for 1,933 yards last season. The other is John Amadeo, a 5-11, 220-pounder from Glendale, Calif., where he netted 1,623 yards as a senior for Village Christian High School. Anchoring the offensive line are center Tyler Janota and right tackle Brandon Pekelder, both starters last fall, and tackle Marcus Van Voorst, a starter two seasons ago. “You’ll probably see a few more touches for Theo Bartman and there’s probably going to be an increase in the passing game because of Davis having another year under his belt,’’ said Achterhoff. Bloemendaal, an MOC-Floyd Valley grad who passed for 2,213 yards last season, won’t hestitate to look for Bartman, who caught a team-leading 46 passes out of the backfield, netting 544 yards. He’ll also look for tight end Jacey Hoegh, a former Raider basketball player who has performed well in the grid sport. And, Achterhoff has picked up another big tight end from the basketball program in 6-4, 240-pound


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sophomore Levi Ettleman. The defense will feature a veteran secondary with sophomore safety Jake Zylstra along with three cornerbacks who all started at various times – senior Jerel Kyles, junior Jermaine Ambrose and sophomore Justin Wohlert. Senior linebackers Nate Van Ginkel and Isaiah Twitty, last season’s leading tackler, should be conspicuous leaders for the Raiders, who’ll have as many as nine players vying for minutes in the defensive line. Two of them are seniors Gerard Fluellen and Taylor Morris, a former Emmetsburg prep standout. Offensive and defensive linemen were a priority in the freshman recruiting class and Achterhoff thinks at least three of them could find their way into the lineup. Derrick Hurt, a 6-1, 260-pound nose guard from Newton, played in the Iowa Shrine Game, as did offensive line candidates Levi Letsche (6-1, 280) from Marcus-MeridenCleghorn and Tate Kellenberger (5-11, 275) from West Lyon. Brandon Clark, a 6-5, 270-pounder from Ainsworth, Neb., is another freshman in the offensive line mix. The secret to landing that coveted home playoff assignment tends to be winning the Great Plains Athletic Conference title, which Morningside has done the last two seasons. And, the Mustangs are not only this year’s preseason GPAC favorite but No. 1 in the preseason national poll, as well. “It’s going to be a battle for anyone in our conference to knock them off,’’ said Achterhoff. “We’re glad we have them a little bit later in the year (Nov. 9, the ninth game for either team). It seems like it’s always been early (conference opener last season). And, it’s in Orange City.’’

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Wayne State: Osborn at QB from page 14 at Cunningham Field, giving the venerable stadium a fresh new look. That should bode well for senior running back Charlie Davidson, last year’s NSIC newcomer of the year, who rushed for 870 yards on 178 carries with seven touchdowns. The 6-foot1, 215-pound transfer from College of DuPage (Ill.) had three straight 100-yard games late in the season when he became the primary ball carrier. His 79.1 yards per game ranked sixth in the NSIC. Davidson will be running behind a talented offensive line anchored by tackles Brent Schlote (6-4, 295) and Abram Walker (6-3, 265), who are each threeyear starters. Taylor Jensen, a 6-4, 265-pound sophomore from South Sioux City, started eight games at right guard last season. Left guard Tyler DeWit, a 6-4, 290-pound senior from MOC-Floyd Valley, started 10 games in 2011 but suffered a season-ending ankle injury in last year’s season opener. Austin Heesacker (6-3, 275), a junior from Gretna, Neb., is set to take over at center. An outstanding spring put redshirt freshman Zach Osborn in a position to claim the starting

quarterback job. Osborn passed for 5,904 yards in two seasons as a starter at perennial Iowa prep powerhouse Harlan. McLaughlin is excited about a pair of freshman running backs, Alex Kline from Artesia, Calif., and Rashad Trimble from Bellevue East. Juniors Adam Stark, Cody Calhoun, Cole McDaniel and Johnny Saunders are veteran wide receivers. Stark finished second on the team with 28 catches for 584 yards. Freshmen Nate Rogers from South Sioux City, Marcel Dunson from Sioux City East and Nick Roth from Millard North could also factor into the equation at wide out. The Wildcats are solid at tight end with Grant Otten (6-3, 225) and Joe Trouba (6-6, 235). Jeff Van Den Top, a 6-6, 240-pound junior from Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley, is a returning starter at defensive end. He was third on the team in tackles for loss with 10. Wayne State must replace a pair of talented specialists in kicker Max Martin (Sioux City North) and All-America punter Randy Weich. The Wildcats open the season Sept. 7 at Northern State.

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from page 22 “I’m pretty optimistic,’’ added Keefer. “We’ve got some guys to fill in the spots we need. I think we can get it done. I think winning districts is a little short for us. I think we should try to go for that state title. Complementing Comstock will be Flores, a holdover at slotback and defensive back. Sean Harral, a running back and linebacker, is yet another player with starting experience.

Among the new faces vying for playing time are FBLB Austin Foxhoven and OG-LB Tanner Lincoln, a pair of seniors. Juniors who may have an impact include QB-DB Alex Borchers, TE-LB Steven Womack, RB-LB Chris Lantz, RB-LB Lucas Peevey, WR-LB Joe Prescott, DEDE Jacob Limon, FB-LB Jose Garcia and two-way line prospects Dean Manning (6-5, 300) and Cody Plummer (5-10, 170).

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Dakota Valley: Panthers to pick up the pace from page 23 to be one of the strengths entering the season for the Panthers. “We have a pretty good experienced line coming back but it is the other positions we just don’t quite have the numbers back,” Van Den Hul said. “Brody Van Ginkel played a little last year offensive and defensive, but we have a lot of holes to fill.” Van Den Hul said competition remains tight at many skill positions with the quarterback and running back spots still to be sorted out during early practices. Van Den Hul plans to

make his biggest change initially on offense where he wants his team to use a more up-tempo style this season. The key is fewer plays out of different formations for the defense to adjust to. “Everything is different this year and we have had a steep learning curve over the summer,” he said. “The kids are picking it up fast but there is a lot to learn.” Van Den Hul, who is replacing Jason Jund, said success for this team will be measured beyond just wins and losses. “I want to make these kids into better people and put them on the right path for

the future,” he said. Van Den Hul is also looking for consistent improvement from his team throughout the season with an eye toward peaking as the postseason begins. The Panthers will be tested right out of the gate against West Central. “That wasn’t how you wanted to see your first game, especially on the road, but they have a good program and put together a good team every year,” Van Den Hul said. “I guess we will find out right away what we have been able to accomplish over the summer.”

East: Ronald Carter takes over at running back from page 27 a regular season finale to West Des Moines Valley, the defending state champion. Then, after pulling out a first-round playoff thriller over Ames, it was eventual champion Ankeny that brought down the curtain. “We’re trying to improve our fast-paced, no-huddle stuff and I think we’re getting there,’’ said Goodvin. Ronald Carter, Kirwan’s understudy a year ago, had a pretty fair season as an alternate, rushing for 628 yards on 113 carries. So, he should be more than adequate as the lead running back. Meanwhile, Goodvin sees another capable receiving corps shaping up with Nash backed up by Carter Lilly, Alex Stueve and Austin Ahrendt, a junior transfer from North. Lilly, the sixth man on the basketball team last winter, stepped into the spotlight a little more last spring with a Class 4A state runner-up 1:54.61 clocking in the 800 meters. “It was a really great experience on a big stage,’’ said Lilly. “Right after track, I was just ready to play football.’’ Goodvin rates Lilly as one of his top performers both as a cornerback on defense, his

regular role as a junior, and now as a wide receiver on offense. Defense, of course, is as important as that highpowered offense. And, East has made major strides the last few years under Jared Ocker, the defensive coordinator who also guided the Raiders to their state runner-up finish in baseball this summer. “I think we’re going to be even better than last year,’’ said middle linebacker Wyatt Mounts, last season’s second-leading tackler. “We’ve got a lot of guys returning that have some experience and we’re pretty confident. Coach Ocker has a system and we do the best that we can.’’ Chase Kern (6-4, 225) and Davis Camarigg (6-3, 235) are holdovers on the left side of the defensive front four. Kai Odle (6-0, 210) and junior Alex Stibbs (6-0, 190) are other probable starters. The linebackers flanking Mounts will likely be Hayden Godfrey (5-11, 185) and Sam Kuhn (6-0, 190) while Lilly’s partners in the secondary are cornerback Ross Godfrey, a sophomore, along with safeties Chase Vondrak and J.J. Stephens, a junior.

Size in the offensive line is a bit of a concern, Goodvin acknowledged. Cole Sudtelgte (5-11, 180) is penciled in at center, Josh Finch (6-1, 210) and sophomore Ethan Farenholtz (62, 190) are the guards, and Jace Lapierre (6-2, 210) and Narsico Deanda (6-1, 225) are the tackles. “I love our kids, they’ve got great work ethic,’’ said Goodvin. “They’ve worked so hard in the offseason. They’re very coachable and I think we’re going to be a different football team but a good football team. “Those two years we went 2-7 (2007-08), our worth ethic was bad. We’re changed our attitude about working hard. Just look at our kids.’’ East hosts arch-rival Heelan in a season opener Friday night at Olsen Stadium and will also face Fort Dodge, North and West before a five-game district (Class 4A Division I) schedule in which Urbandale and Valley will both be formidable challenges. “I think Urbandale’s a Top 5 preseason team,’’ said Goodvin. “Valley will be a Top 10 team and I think we’re right there, too.’’


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North: Neustrom takes over at quarterback from page 29 significant conclusions he thinks could help his program win a few more games. So, with the objective still unchanged, the approach this fall will simply be a little different. “We’re playing a lot of kids on both sides of the ball,’’ said the fourth-year North pilot, a staunch two-platoon advocate the last three seasons. “We knew it would cost us in numbers, but last year there were a lot of times when we just didn’t have the best athletes out there and it hurt us. While our numbers are down, we feel our No. 1s on both sides of the ball are pretty good.’’ That will pay dividends if Meth’s athletes are wellconditioned enough to play effectively without many breaks. Then, too, a few major injuries could torpedo the plan. “If we can keep healthy, I think we’ll be competitive,’’ said Meth. Coming off a state basketball tournament appearance with nary a senior in the lineup, North looks forward to another football season from many of those same athletes. One of them who won’t be putting on the pads, though, is junior Daniel Tillo, the basketball all-stater who was North’s starting

quarterback as a sophomore. After a brief change of heart just before the start of practice had him coming back to football, Tillo opted to focus on the sport where he’s already an all-stater. Meth believes North still has an outstanding athlete to run the offensive show in 6-3, 190-pound Robert Neustrom, another talented junior who reportedly performed quite well in summer workouts. “I think he gives us a dual threat,’’ said Meth. “Hopefully, we’ll be able to get him out on the perimeter throwing the ball. He’s not a sit-back, pocket-type passer. He’s a runner and he’s physical.’’ Max Stewart and 5-10, 230-pound Nick Norton, the other guard, anchor an offensive line that doesn’t lack for size with Austin Langston (6-4, 270) and junior Greg Jurich (6-2, 315) at the tackles. “We have some very physical linemen and if we can keep our core linemen healthy, we’re going to move some people,’’ said Meth. Noah Popken, a 5-10, 190-pound senior, will be the lead runner at fullback in an offense that will have basketball starters Carlos Elizalde and Xavier Scarlett, a junior, returning as the wingbacks. Benjamin Rodriguez, another

junior, is also a wingback candidate and classmate Patrick Strait will see playing time at fullback. Split ends Deontre Dean and Faris Najdawi are two more hoopsters with starting experience on the gridiron. Najdawi was last year’s leading receiver with 31 catches for 383 yards. Dean had 13 catches for 249 yards and Elizalde 14 for 179. On defense, linebacker Brandon Konz (6-0, 190) was last year’s leading tackler with 93 stops while Neustrom, operating at defensive end, ranked second (75) and Norton, the nose guard, was third (74). Cory Little is a newcomer at a defensive end position and Popken will work alongside Konz at linebacker. At the corners will be Elizalde and junior Cory Schoenherr while Scarlett is at free safety and either Rodriguez or junior Taylor O’Neill will be the strong safety. Another major change for the Stars is that Meth has relinquished defensive coordinator duties to Travis Binder, believing a separate coordinator will offer multiple advantages. Jon Niemic is North’s offensive coordinator. “I’m very pleased with Travis,’’ said Meth. “They’ve been getting to the ball (on defense).’’

Sergeant Bluff-Luton: Garcia led in tackles from page 30 Split ends in addition to Robinson are Brock Linafelter and junior Collin Snyder. “Whatever our talent suits, the offensive is pretty flexible,’’ said Smith, who had two Nebraska Class A playoff teams and an 18-21 record in four years at Lincoln Northeast. On defense, Garcia led the team in tackles last season with 58 and Robinson ranked third with 48. Smith lists Garcia and De Moss among six inside

linebacker candidates. The others are Tomoson and Christensen along with sophomores Kaiser and Gage De Moss. Imming, Wyant, George and sophomore Andrew Christensen are battling for playing time at outside linebacker. There is less of a logjam in the defensive line, where the main contenders are Tillman, Santos, Erickson and Hanson, all offensive line frontrunners, along with Jack De Moss, the tight

end. Robinson, Linafelter and Snyder, the three split ends, are all possible starters in the secondary along with Evans, Duece Phaly and junior Keagan Putnam. Smith said he stepped down at Lincoln Northeast because, “I was just looking for a better place for our family. I wasn’t happy with the school system there and the way things were run. I wanted something better for my kids and I think we found it here.’’

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from page 31 up a lineup with six returning starters, Case thinks his offense show promise. Meanwhile, a less experienced defensive unit will likely rely on young talent and enthusiasm to get the job done. “We have a lot of younger kids really eager to step up,’’ said Case. “They haven’t been afraid to step in so far in practice and it looks like we’ll be just fine replacing some of the guys. It’s hard to replace a senior like Anthony Combs (all-state linebacker), but these young guys are really eager to learn and get in there and they’ve been doing a really good job so far.’’ Combs was easily the team’s leading tackler a year ago, but outside linebacker Skyler Bauer was second on the chart and should once again be one of the defensive leaders. That goes for the offense, as well, where Bauer will move from fullback to running back. “Our goal is always to reach the playoffs,’’ said the 5-8, 185-pound Bauer. “That’s what we want to do – get that 10th game. We’ve had a lot more people in the weight room.” “He’s not the biggest guy

in the world, but he plays big,’’ said Case. Urquidi, who also plays some defensive end, passed for 737 yards and seven touchdowns last season while adding another 213 yards on the ground. “We’re trying to work hard and turn things around, hopefully get a playoff berth,’’ said Urquidi. “We’re together. We play as one family. When someone messes up, we all hold each other accountable for everything. I feel we’re more of a team than we’ve been.’’ One big advantage the Wolverines will enjoy is the presence of three veterans in the offensive line – tackle Austin Case (6-6, 210), guard Tyson Trobaugh (5-10, 210) and center Austin Svendson (6-0, 230). Newcomers up front will be sophomore Eddie Olson (5-11, 230) and junior Tyler Unruh (6-0, 190). Another key veteran is tight end Colby Hill, a 6-2, 185-pound junior who turned a team-high 14 pass receptions into a whopping 448 yards last season, averaging 32 yards a catch and scoring five times. The wide receivers include Josh Zoelle and Taylor Neuroth while other leading backfield candidates

include running backs Odessa Clark and Noah McWell along with fullback Sammy Blakey, all sophomores. Senior Jesse Reeg Beckner adds some depth in the line along with sophomores Cole Schultz (5-10, 180) and Zach Veatch (5-9, 175). Also, two more running back hopefuls are senior Marcus Redwing and junior Cory Tumpkin. Two-way duty is rarely unusual at West and this season is no different. Unruh and Case are the probable starters at defensive end, backed up by Urquidi, while Svendson and James Ward (5-10, 200) are at defensive tackle, backed by Trobaugh and sophomore Cole Schultz (510, 180). Redwing and Blakey are both leading the contenders at inside linebacker, where juniors Jared Jewett and Aaron Burkhart could also see action. Outside linebackers should be Bauer and either Richardo Quintana, a junior, or Zoelle. In the secondary, the Wolverines have Tumpkin and junior Jake Newsome on the corners while Hill is the free safety. The top reinforcement looks to be sophomore Jake Roseland.

Heelan: Expects challenging district play from page 32 Jake Noel, a 6-3, 225-pound sophomore who’ll see action at offensive guard, will probably line up next to Svec as the defensive tackles while Slaughter and Brobst return at the ends. Brobst, in fact, was the team’s leading tackler last season with 115 stops, one more than Northern Iowa recruit and Drake Relays 100-meter champion Zach Skibinski. Tyler Smith, a 6-2, 205-pound junior letterman, will be one of the inside linebackers and Kayl is running

first at the other spot. Nathan Oldenkamp and junior Lucas Murphy are also competing for those jobs. Jacobson and Cropley are the outside linebackers while Niles doubles at free safety with Buchmann and Nick Bousquet at the corners. Jansen anticipates a more challenging race in Class 3A District 1. Spencer, which knocked off the Crusaders in a regular season finale, a setback Heelan avenged in the playoffs, has a strong returning nucleus along with Le Mars and Carroll,

among others. “We knew this year would be a pretty tough district for us because a lot of those teams played with a lot of young kids (last season),’’ said Jansen. “So, every week, we’re going to have to come ready to play.’’ Heelan visits arch-rival East in a season opener Friday at Olsen Stadium and returns to Olsen next Friday to face North. The home opener is Sept. 13 against West, followed by the start of the Crusaders’ six-game district slate Sept. 20 at Le Mars.

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AKRON-WESTFIELD There will be lots of new faces in the starting lineup and the Westerners lost a couple of dynamic performers in running back Taylor James and quarterback Cory Eskra, who led them to a Class A District 1 co-championship with West Lyon. Two playoff wins preceded a quarterfinal loss to eventual state runner-up Hinton, avenging a regular season setback. But a 10-2 finish on the heels of an 8-3 campaign in A-W’s first season under Coach Eric Walkingstick represents a foundation for a solid program. “We lose many good seniors, but have several people new to the positions that can play some ball,’’ said Walkingstick. The 5-foot-10, 200-pound James, now at Morningside, rushed for 1,849 yards and 25 touchdowns while tacking on 33 receptions for 291 yards and four scores. Eskra passed for 1,602 yards and rushed for another 590. Coming up with a new feature running back will be one of the major issues in fall camp, but Walkingstick has penciled in senior Sam Mace as his new quarterback. The Westerners will likely showcase 6-2, 211-pound wide receiver Chance Hoffman, who caught 52 passes for 1,003 yards a year ago, garnering some all-state recognition. Arron Green (6-1, 264) anchors an offensive line that will also get help from lettermen Kurtis Hoffman and Kevin Carlson. On the defensive side, 6-foot, 205-pound linebacker Cody Bosse (No. 2 tackler with 92 stops) and defensive end John Wolthizen (6-1, 207) are leading holdovers. Seniors Taylor Anderson, Nate Sanchez and Alex Foley are three athletes who’ll be new to the lineup, according to Walkingstick, a 1995 Dana College graduate from Chelsea, Okla. Two more newcomers are junior Devon Meyers and sophomore Caleb Colt.

ALTA/AURELIA The final record of 1-8 is definitely deceiving when it comes to Alta/Aurelia’s 2012 football season, a campaign in which Coach Kevin Hammer’s team lost five times by 16 points or less, playing in possibly the best Class A district in the state. Alta/Aurelia returns players with starting experience at nine positions on offense and 10 on defense after a challenging year in District 1, where third-place Hinton wound up losing a 2114 state championship game battle with Wapsie Valley. Quarterback Joe Napierala and fullback Garrett VanHouten left some big shoes to fill, but Hammer has high hopes for Kale Nelson, the junior who’ll take over at quarterback, and Michael Stender, the 6-foot, 175-pound senior who’ll be at fullback. Stender, a holdover at linebacker, was also last season’s second leading tackler while defensive end Connor Napierala ranked fourth. One big advantage is that all five starters return in the offensive line with center Kade Lindback (6-1, 245), tackles Spencer Bezoni (6-1, 235) and BenWetherell (6-3, 195), and junior guards Tristan Banium (6-1, 245) and Connor Napierala (6-2, 195). Running back Manny Murillo also has starting experience, as do tight ends Mitchell McDonald (6-3, 205) and

Mitchell Fritz (6-1, 160), a junior. On defense, Napierala and Wetherell return at the ends while Bezoni and Banium are both holdovers at tackle, Stender, Murillo and juniors Zach Lukkes and Jeremiah Ruby are all veterans at linebacker while Nelson will double at safety. One of three vacancies in the secondary should go to Junior Molina.

B-H/ROCK VALLEY Six consecutive state playoff berths paint a fairly clear picture of what Cory Brandt has established in his BoydenHull/Rock Valley football program – a consistent tradition that ranks the Nighthawks among Iowa’s elite. Last year’s team rolled through its first 11 games before a state quarterfinal rematch with eventual state champion Spirit Lake – a team the Nighthawks defeated 25-10 in a mid-season showdown – produced a 21-17 setback in a battle that probably belonged in the UNI-Dome. With 15 seniors gone from that exceptional team, Brandt has some work to do. Then again, that’s usually the case and Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley comes back with another juggernaut. This time around, with 96 players on the roster, freshmen included, there are 20 seniors that have stuck around for one last season of glory, hoping to add to the Nighthawks’ traditions. Leaving the biggest shoes to fill was quarterback Brandt Van Roekel, one of Siouxland’s finest athletes last year, rushing for 1,033 yards and passing for another 1,293. Stepping into his role will be 6-3, 190-pound senior Andrew Van Roekel, a starter last year at receiver and defensive back. Running back Logan Stiens, who rushed for 413 yards a year ago, is also a returning starter at linebacker while Jared Hanson returns as a wide receiver and defensive back. Two more seniors with starting experience are two-way linemen Evan Vos (6-1, 250) and Andrew Lund (6-2, 220). Fortifying the lines either on offense or defense or both will be the likes of Colton Messman (6-2, 230), Jonathan Heitritter (6-2, 190), Reed Solberg (6-0, 190), Josh Van Ginkel (6-0, 200), Marcus Jones (5-10, 190) Trevor Zeutenhorst (5-10, 190) and Marcus Van Kekerix (5-8, 170). Other key lettermen or newcomers are WR-DB Riley Francis, WR-DB Blake Eichmann and junior RB-DB Omar Mejia.

BOYER VALLEY A five-game mid-season win streak put Boyer Valley over the hump for a winning 5-4 record last season and Coach Jay Petersen thinks he’ll have another competitive team with six returning starters on either side of the ball, playing the eight-man game. Quarterback Michael Hanigan left a big vacancy in the lineup, rushing for 1,160 yards and passing for 912, but the Bulldogs have 16 returning lettermen and will once again feature linebackers Nick Klein and Nathan Rudd, a pair of seniors who were 1-2 in tackles as juniors last fall. Klein and Rudd are also both holdovers at running back, where they netted 281 and 354 yards rushing, respectively, a year ago. Veteran linemen for the Bulldogs are seniors Pat Garrett (5-9, 244) and Scott Garrett (6-0, 219), juniors Adam Hansen (5-7, 247),Jeremy Garrett (5-9, 283) and Jared Frazier (6-1, 218), and sophomore Christian Klein (6-0, 229). Other holdovers with starting experience are seniors Alex Whiting (WR-DB) and James Cogdill (WR-DL), juniors Reed Block (WR-DB), Cody Thoreson (QB-LB), Brandon Krueger (RB-LB) and Calvin Wood (WR-DB), and sophomores Connor Green (WR-DB) and Walter Schaben (RB-LB).

CENTRAL LYON/GLR A postseason perennial with 18 appearances, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock is still trying to find its way back to the plateau that got them to three consecutive state title games from 2006 through 2008, winning the school’s third state championship in 2006. The Lions have made the playoffs the last two years, but they were sidelined in the opening round last fall. So, as he enters his 19th season in Rock Rapids with a 142-54 record, Coach Toby Lorenzen can’t help hoping for something just a little better. Five starters return on offense and six on defense from a team that lost a regular season finale to Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley – undefeated until the state quarterfinals – and then a first-round playoff game to Garner-Hayfield/Ventura. Tailback Jesse Henrichs, a 5-11, 175-pound senior, could be the featured back this season while Brent Klingenberg (5-10, 175), one of last year’s leading tacklers at linebacker, takes over as the starting quarterback. Split end and defensive back Tanner Versteeg should be a big-pay threat while running back and linebacker Ethan Christians (6-0, 215) could be the defensive leader, ranking third in tackles with 73 last fall. Up front, Ned Knobloch (6-1, 220) is the leading holdover in a line that also includes veterans Andrew Metzger (6-3, 235) and junior Travis Vander Streek (5-9, 220). Junior Nic Lutmer (6-2, 190) returns at tight end and will also play linebacker. The defensive line returns Jacob Kumba (6-1, 205) and junior Grant Metzger (6-2, 205) along with letterman Aaron Korthals (5-10, 235). Another letterman is defensive back Austin Hayenga.

CHARTER OAK-UTE After a frustrating 2-7 season, Coach Adam Eggeling enters his 10th season at Charter Oak-Ute with hopes for a playoff berth in 8-Man District 7. The Bobcats return six of their eight starters on offense and five regulars on defense, seeking to earn a postseason appearance for the first time ever. Quarterback Joey Krier passed for 526 yards and eight touchdowns last season while rushing for another 467 yards and four scores. He’ll be a big leader for the Bobcats along with TE-DE Logan Vinke, who turned 15 pass receptions into 299 yards and nine scores. Junior Keaten Miller (5-10, 240) returns in the offensive line along with Matt Staley (5-10, 195) and Andrew Brown (6-3, 270). Tight end Brad Staley (6-3, 195) is another holdover for the Cats. On defense, Eggeling returns his four leading tacklers. Matt Staley and Miller, both linebackers, led the way with 58

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and 55 stops, respectively, while Krier, another linebacker, and Brad Staley, a defensive end, were next with 45 and 41, respectively. Levi Kragel, a junior running back and defensive back, also has starting experience while other returning lettermen are OL-DL Kayl Krapfl, WR-DB Breckan Kroll, OL-DL Kenny Mueller, OL-DL Zach Nuzum and RB-DB Ben Pautsch, all seniors. Sophomore RB-LB Ethan Kroll is also a letterman and 6-3, 225-pound Shane Sorensen, who could play tight end, running back or linebacker, is a key newcomer.

CHEROKEE It was a tough debut last fall for Flandreau, S.D., native Travis Schipper, guiding Cherokee to a 0-9 finish in his first season at the helm. Schipper, a Minnesota State-Mankato product who previously coached at Okoboji, will be looking at a lot of newcomers after graduation claimed nine starters on offense and seven on defense. However, the Braves do have three valuable seniors returning in RB-LB Luke Zeiman, OL-DL Michael Rosewall and QB-DB Levi Lundquist. Zeiman fared rather well for a winless team, rushing for 800 yards on 180 carries. He was also the leading tackler on defense, where the 6-3, 250-pound Rosewall ranked No. 2. Lundquist is the returning starter at quarterback, but he missed some games due to injury last fall. Three more veteran starters are all underclassmen – OL-LB Derek Bechtel and RB-DB Connor Voge, both juniors,

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along with RB-DB Mason Meitzenheimer, a sophomore. Leading newcomers are senior WRDB Kevin Fajardo, sophomore OL-D Skylar Staver (6-4, 250) and a trio of juniors – WR-LB Mitchell West, OL-DL Cody Carlson (6-3, 210) and OL-DL Jacob Kindwall (5-10, 220).

CLAY CENTRAL-EVERLY The Mavericks of Clay Central-Everly haven’t flourished since their transition to 8-man football, but Spirit Lake native Austin Davis will keep plugging away, hoping to get the train on the tracks. Winless in 18 games since a 7-3 finish in their final season of 11-man football (2010), the Mavs return four starters on either side of the ball this season. Davis anticipates a battle at quarterback between senior Jesup Muhlbauer and junior Skylar Iske, figuring the odd man out should fit adequately at a running back position. Muhlbauer was last season’s third-leading tackler, playing linebacker, while Iske, a cornerback, ranked fourth on the team. Center Jess Manning (5-9, 225) and guard Tony Trierweiler (6-0, 200) will anchor the offensive line while also doubling up in the line on defense. Wes Whiteside, a junior end and cornerback, is another player with starting experience while classmate Daniel Borkowski, a 6-foot, 195-pound fullback and linebacker, completes the letterman list. Davis anticipates help from a freshmen class that includes RB-LB Chase Virapanya, RB-LB Jamie Parker, FB-LB Pete Trierweiler and G-DT Nelson Findling.

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DENISON-SCHLESWIG An uncharacteristic 1-8 season has the Monarchs hungry for improvement as Coach Chad Van Kley enters his fourth season at the helm. Denison-Schleswig clipped Carroll 29-28 in its third start of the season, but a six-game losing streak followed with a pair of three-point setbacks down the stretch. Van Kley, 4-5 and 5-4 in two seasons prior to last fall, returns four starters on offense and six on defense. On paper, at least, it appears Van Kley should be able to field one of Siouxland’s bigger offensive lines. Sean Houston, a 6-2, 190-pound junior linebacker and tight end, was an all-district performer as a sophomore, ranking second on the team in tackles. Also returning, though, is defensive end Garrett Beeck, last season’s No. 1 tackler and a 6-2, 230-pound bulldozer who could be a big factor at running back. Jade Pauley, a 6-2, 215-pound running back and linebacker, is another junior who was an impact starter as a sophomore last fall. Meanwhile, senior WR-DB Destry Beeck is another of Van Kley’s projected team leaders. Up front, two-way line candidates Nate Pardun (6-4, 230), Tanner Borkowski (6-4, 340) and junior Cole Schultz (6-2, 320) all picked up starting experience a year ago. Other senior lettermen are RB-LB Zac Reynolds, WR-DE Blake Beymer, LB-TE Carlos Paz and linebacker Kevin Vega.

EAST SAC COUNTY It was a rocky year for the Raiders of Coach Eric McCollough, winning just

once in nine starts, but East Sac County looks to be much improved this season with eight returning starters on offense and seven on defense. McCollough’s team, which stood 0-6 before a Week 7 win over Cherokee, returns all of the leading weapons on the offensive side. Tyler Jacobsen, a 6-4, 170-pound junior, passed for 1,205 yards and nine touchdowns as a sophomore last year. And, he’ll once again feature wide receiver and fellow cornerback Carter Niehaus, a 6-1, 180-pound senior who hauled in 54 receptions for 632 yards. The Raiders also return leading rusher Chris Villhauer, a 5-8, 185-pound junior who netted 351 yards last season. Linemen with starting experience are senior Tyson Meisheid (6-2, 220) along with juniors Riley Paysen (5-10, 165) and Nick Wright (6-1, 190). Running back Caleb Heun and tight end Taggert Phillips are two more holdover starters who both play linebacker, as does Villhauer, who was last season’s third leading tackler. Other returning lettermen are RBDB Tomas Breitinger and OL Michael Carnes, both seniors; RB-DB Casey Polacek, DB Damon Cook and WR-DB Kody Roth, all juniors; along with sophomore RB-LB Nick Snyder.

ESTHERVILLE-LC Andrew Umthum, a 2006 UNI graduate out of West Des Moines Dowling, faces a major rebuilding job at Estherville Lincoln-Central, which enters its fourth year in Class 2A with a pair of 1-8 records the last two seasons. Five starters return on offense and four on defense for a team that plays a

challenging schedule in District 2. A major key to success will be the play of two junior linemen who’ll likely be two-way regulars – Chase Bonner (6-1, 245) and Trevor Curry (6-5, 255). Justin Heinrichs, another junior, is the likely starter at quarterback while holdover senior Billy Snyder returns at running back. Three more veteran regulars are TEDE Corey Reeves, FB-LB Blake Gjerde and RB/WR-LB Anthony Segura, a trio of seniors. Lettermen in the line also include junior Noah Diekmann (6-1, 210) along with seniors Chase Erickson (6-0, 220), Levi Jensen (5-8, 170) and Maysen Lupkes (5-7, 245). Other senior lettermen are WR-FS Alec Wycoff and WR-DB Noah Hilmers while two more juniors who lettered a year ago are TE-LB Zach Humble and RB/WR-LB Carsten Bosch. The Midgets formerly played in Class 3A through 2009 and enjoyed their last winning record with a 5-4 finish in 2008.

HARRIS-LAKE PARK On the heels of an entertaining 8-3 season at Harris-Lake Park comes a major rebuilding year with only one senior on Coach Lane Gunderson’s roster. Colin Brons passed for 1,970 yards last season, Eli Ihnen hauled in 64 receptions for 1,019 yards and Kade Heiken chipped in 944 yards rushing on just 127 carries. All of them were seniors, however. Four starters return on offense and four on defense, most of them in the line, where juniors Ryan Gembler and Javier Tapia were both two-way regulars along with senior Dalton Snow.

Junior running back Brady Van Eipren is another letterman along with junior linebacker Skylar Cudmore, third on the team in tackles. A talented newcomer to watch is 6-3, 170-pound Jordan Kyle, who’ll play end on offense and either linebacker or end on defense.

HARTLEY-MELVIN-SANBORN Losing five of six games after a 4-0 start was a disappointment, to be sure, but Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn rebounded from a losing season (3-6) two years ago to at least get back in the playoffs for the fourth time in five years. An 18-7 loss to IKM-Manning in the opening round finished off a 5-5 campaign. Coach Steve Waechter enters his 21st season at HMS with a 119-73 record and some promising personnel in the offensive and defensive lines. Heading that list will be two-way line regulars Brett Waechter (6-4, 235) and Connor Kuchel. HMS has considerable experience at running back, where Hunter Kuehl (79 for 674) and Logan Rozeboom (81 for 660) each averaged over eight yards per carry last season. Both are also veteran linebackers and Rozeboom shared team honors in tackles a year ago with 91. Wide receiver Blake Simons, another linebacker, was the primary receiving threat for a run-oriented offense. He had 24 of the team’s 37 pass receptions, netting 413 yards and scoring hauling in six of a total seven touchdown pass receptions. A noteworthy development this fall will be the anticipated starting debut for sophomore quarterback Jordan Japenga

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continued from 59 HINTON The Blackhawks of Hinton definitely have a tough act to follow after their fifth playoff team in six years went all the way to the Class A state title game before falling 21-14 to Wapsie Valley of Fairbank. The setback followed four playoff victories in a row after posting a modest 6-3 record in a rugged District 1 chase. Hinton backed up an impressive 28-12 home victory over tradition-rich West Lyon with a 14-10 road win over the Wildcats. Then, returning to Akron for a second time, they avenged a 41-35 setback with a 42-28 quarterfinal triumph. A large and talented senior class left major holes for Steve Diediker (defense) and Bruce Held (offense), who are 155122 in 30 seasons as the Blackhawks co-head coaches. Still, the veteran collaborators have eight quality lettermen as their nucleus and hope to challenge for what would be their 11th playoff appearance together. Mitchell Hoefling, a 6-2, 234-pound senior, moves from center to guard in his third season as an offensive starter and should be a force in the middle on defense, where he claimed the nose guard job last fall. Hoefling should be one of the area’s top college prospects. Another significant difference maker is 6-5 180-pound Jake Hasselquist, a wide receiver and linebacker who caught 26 passes for 499 yards and seven touchdowns last season. Hasselquist, who had a school-record 157 receiving yards in a semifinal playoff win over Logan-Magnolia, also took over at middle linebacker late in the regular season and had a big impact there, as well. Two more leading holdovers are senior running back Cole Johnston (6-0, 175) and junior fullback Logan Jurgensmeier (6-4, 214), who will both double at outside linebacker on defense. Other returning lettermen are TE-OLB C.J. Worden and WB-LB Cole Siders, both seniors, along with WR-FS Colton Schau and WB-SS Eric Brown, a pair of juniors.

KINGSLEY-PIERSON Former West Lyon standout Brent Koedam enters his fourth season at Kingsley-Pierson with a 14-15 record after the Panthers posted a 3-6 record last fall, winning three in a row in the middle of their season. Four starters return for K-P, which competes in 8-Man District 1, and three of the eight defensive regulars are back. The leading holdover is 6-foot, 210-pound senior Colton Phelps, who’ll be a leading tackler at linebacker and a workhorse ball carrier at running back. Phelps, who rushed for 448 yards last season, finished third in the discus and fourth in the shot at the Class 2A state track meet last spring, competing for the K-P/Woodbury Central co-op program. Austin Neumann, a junior back and defensive back, had 24 pass receptions for 495 yards as a sophomore last fall and two-way lineman Scotty Plendl (6-0, 200) was a pleasant surprise as a freshman starter in the line. Sophomore running back and defensive back Jacob Harvey also cracked the starting lineup as a freshman. Other lettermen are senior B-DB Alex Lund along with two juniors, B-DB Jaden Wurth and

OL-DL Alex Rath (6-0, 240). Junior back Isaac Reis heads the list of non-lettermen.

LAWTON-BRONSON After four playoff appearances in five years, a 6-3 record wasn’t good enough to claim another for a Lawton-Bronson team that tied arch-rival Woodbury Central for fourth in a rugged District 1 race, losing the tiebreaker. Still, proof that a youthful L-B squad had plenty of potential was their seasonending 27-21 road win over Hinton, which went on to win four straight playoff games before losing a 21-14 state title game thriller to Wapsie Valley. Chad Moseman brings a 55-42 record into his 11th season at the L-B helm and the Eagles have no less than seven starters returning both on offense and defense. The offense has plenty of experienced ball carriers, returning last season’s top three rushers. Blake Sappingfield, a 5-9, 210-pound senior, rushed for 517 yards and 10 touchdowns. Meanwhile, sophomore Anteres Ashley (5-9, 170) chipped in 422 yards in an eye-opening freshman year and senior Brandon Thompson (5-10, 180) tacked on another 383. Sappingfield and Thompson, both linebackers on defense, were also 1-2 in tackles for L-B. Two more leading holdovers are twoway lineman Matt Richardson (6-1, 215) and TE-DL Kyle Peterson (6-3, 200). Moseman has seven additional lettermen with starting experience. Seniors are OL-DL Kyler Groves (6-1, 210), TEK/P Zach Cassens (6-2, 200) and TE-LB Blake Dunning. Junior A.J. Nitzschke could be the successor to Matt Smith (1,349 passing yards) at quarterback while three more sophomores became starters as ninth-graders – OL-DL Devan Amick (6-2, 220), RB-DB Austin Peters and RB-LB Henri Haafke.

LE MARS The inaugural season for Coach Gabe Tardive was an unequivocal success as the Bulldogs went 7-3, losing close games to Humboldt (21-12) and Lewis Central (21-14) in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs. Tardive will have to rebuild the defensive unit, losing 10 starters to graduation, but he has a solid nucleus on offense with five starters. That list includes quarterback Levi TeBrink, who completed 82 of 167 passes for 1,405 yards and 15 touchdowns while running for another 483 yards. Le Mars should have a strong offensive line with three holdover starters, all with excellent size – Karter Ewing (6-4, 280), Alex Campbell (6-2, 250) and Alex Hermes (6-2, 260). Also returning is the tight end, Chris Hatting (6-4, 205), who caught 25 passes for 351 yards a year ago. Hatting is the only defensive regular still around, but safety Daniel Ahlers saw considerable playing time. Mitch Timp, a 6-foot, 200-pounder who is also a running back, should be one of the new defensive mainstays at linebacker. Cameron Weaver (6-0, 175) is another senior who’ll play those same two positions. The junior class has several promising candidates. The list includes tight end Tyler Borchers (6-6, 210) along with linemen Nate Kesselink (6-2, 200) and Alex Sudtelgte (6-2, 210). Matt Ellefson

and Beau Ohm are junior running back hopefuls and classmates Mitch Mullally and Logan Schneider should be in the picture at wide receiver.

LE MARS GEHLEN After four strong Class A playoff teams in a row, the Jays made the switch to Class 1A with a very youthful lineup and the end result was an uncustomary 2-7 finish. Tony Gunter, 80-37 in 11 seasons at the Gehlen Catholic helm, should have a more competitive squad this fall with eight holdover starters on offense and eight on defense. Blake Wiltgen, a 6-2, 200-pound senior returns at quarterback (and safety) after completing 161 of 320 passes for 22 touchdowns and 2,077 yards, second best in Class 1A statewide. Michael Whitehead, who hauled in 77 catches for 873 yards, was one of the graduation losses, but wide receiver Aaron Jentz (31 for 536) and tight end Colton Kneip (25 for 289) both return. Gehlen, which had three straight 8-1 regular season records before last fall, also will feature running back/ linebacker Payton Bouma (5-10, 180), who’ll run behind a line led by center Patrick Livermore (5-10, 200) and Corey Sitzmann (5-9, 200). Bouma and Sitzmann are both linebackers, as are fellow seniors Austin Herbst and Mitchell Flack, the runaway team leader in tackles last season with 88 (Herbst and Sitzmann tied for second with 49 apiece). Junior RB-CB Lucas Hunt and senior OL-DE Kyle Hunt are two more holdover starters.

MAPLE VALLEY-ANTHON-OTO The Rams are coming off a 3-6 campaign a year ago but do return six starters on both offense and defense. The Rams have to replace several key seniors including Ryan Dougherty, who led the team in rushing and passing. Shawn Flanigan takes over at quarterback after getting some duty as a running back last season. Eric Koerner will man the fullback position and Glen Hanson and Cameron Sexton give the Rams some experience on the lines. The Rams will look to use the spread set on offense and try to control the ball.

MARCUS MMC This is what’s known as a very tough act to follow, bidding to produce an encore to a 14-0 state championship season. Still, second-year Coach Kyle Oswald believes there’s enough young talent and determination on his team to “make some noise’’ again this fall in Iowa’s eight-man football ranks. Seven of eight starters are gone on offense and six of eight must be replaced on defense. Still, Oswald was impressed with the number of players who bought into his “Be Courageous’’ challenge and thinks the Eagles, after graduating 12 seniors, will be very competitive. No question, there’s simply no replacing the impressive parlay of Tanner Utesch, who passed for 36 touchdowns and 1,969 yards, and Andrew Hoefling, who rushed for 27 scores and 1,603 yards. Utesch, by the way, also chipped in 927 rushing yards and with running TDs.

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continued from 61 The restructured lineup will no doubt feature 6-4, 185-pound senior Dylan Spieler, taking over at quarterback after picking off a state-leading 11 pass interceptions from his defensive back position last fall. Junior tight end Isaiah Petersen, who caught 29 passes for 508 yards and 10 scores a year ago, should be Spieler’s favorite receiver. Linebacker Connor Holmes, another junior, is the only other veteran starter for the Eagles, who will look for help in a promising sophomore class. Other senior lettermen are TE-DE Reece Jackson, TE-DE Jacob Letsche, TE-LB Erik Nelson and DE Josh Kach. Also a letterman is junior Tyler Schuck, a 6-foot, 240-pounder who’ll be a key performer in the lines. Juniors who could step into starting roles are LB Ben McDaniel and TE-LB Jesse Rose. Meanwhile, the sophomore group is led by FB-LB Ben Specht, RBDB Derek Erdman, TE-LB Joe Peters, QB-DB Jacob Spieler and line candidates Mitch Galles, Jacob Simonsen, Sam Hueser and Matt Henke.

MOC-FLOYD VALLEY MOC-Floyd Valley has to replace a lot of players from a team that went 5-5 last season. Just one player returns with starting experience on the defensive side of the ball. Linebacker Derek Rupp is back after leading the Dutch with 121 total tackles and two sacks last season. He also rushed for 92 yards in 2012. The Dutch will also look for contributions from DB/RB Ethan Achterhoff and DE/TE Michael Tuttle. The lines will lean on Tyler Schmidt, Ben Mouw and Mitchal Punt.

NEWELL-FONDA Winning has become an enjoyable habit for Newell-Fonda, which reached the state playoffs for the seventh time in eight years last fall before losing a 42-38 state quarterfinal thriller to eventual eight-man state champion MarcusMeriden-Cleghorn. Brian Wilken enters his 13th year at Newell-Fonda with a 97-35 record, closing in on a milestone victory. However, Wilken’s career coaching mark of 10545 includes two seasons prior to taking over the Mustangs’ helm. Gone from a team that was 11-0 before the MMC loss are quite a few stalwarts, notably all-state linebacker Rigo Johnson (177 tackles) and all-state running back Jonathan Johnson (1,525 yards rushing with 27 TDs). Quarterback Zak Sievers (1,141 yards passing, 917 rushing) and two-way lineman Tom Devereaux were both all-district performers for Wilken. On a more promising note, the Mustangs return four of their front five with linemen Shawn Thompson (5-11, 18) and Andrew Temple (6-1, 195) along with ends Dalton Anderson (6-2, 180) and Derek Wolterman (6-0, 165), all seniors. Temple doubles in the defensive line and Anderson, who had a team-high six interceptions, also returns in the defensive secondary. Meanwhile, linebacker Brady Bohe, last year’s No. 2 tackler, is also back along with defensive back Gabe Podraza. Other senior lettermen are FB-LB Bryce Nielsen, TB-DB Dillon Anderson,

OL-DL Carlos Gonzalez (6-2, 221), OLDL Kirk Weber (5-11, 180) and kicker Roberto Torres. Junior OL-DL Caleb Smith (6-2, 150) also lettered a year ago, as did QB-DB Jason Hess, TB-DL Cole Wise, E-LB Payton Crilly and OL-DL Mason Scheidegger (6-0, 215), all just sophomores this season. Wilken lists QB-LB Brady Dicks and OL-DL Zach Hecht (6-1, 215) among his leading newcomers as juniors. Sophomores on that list are E-DB Nate Jesse, E-DB Connor Wolterman, TB-DB Dontae Drapeaux and FB-LB Dustin Johnson.

OA-BCIG Nothing wrong with a 6-4 record, but it so easily could have been better for an OA-BCIG team that lost three times by five points or less, including a first-round Class 2A playoff verdict to Nevada, 34-30. Gone are three of the four backfield starters, including running back Trever Ryan, the Class 2A state 100-meter dash champ who rushed for 1,280 yards last season. Veteran Coach Larry Allen hopes to make use of some size up front to run the ball, but he’ll need some youngers to step up and find the holes. Sophomore Ben Dotzler is expected to step up as a two-way backfield starter and two of his classmates, RB-DB Miles Gebel and TE-DL Austin Schreiber, should also be key performers. Seniors Chris Freese (RB-DB) and Justin Van Houten (TE-DB) are also anticipated leaders along with junior defensive lineman Wes Swanger and sophomore OL-DL Quinn Schleimer, a 6-3, 260-pounder.

REMSEN-UNION Five playoff trips in a row after only one previous appearance shows how well Remsen-Union’s football program has developed in recent seasons. The Rockets reached the eight-man playoffs last season with a five-game winning streak after a 1-3 start and then lost a first-round road game 20-14 at Laurens-Marathon. Coach Colin Youde returns five starters on offense and four on defense, hoping to contend for a title in District 1. Among the holdovers are Nick Braun, a close second on the team in rushing last fall with 652 yards and eight touchdowns, and Tanner Hilbrands, the leading R-U receiver with 27 catches for 438 yards another eight scores. Other key seniors are tight end Paul Wurth, fullback Luiz Rodrigues and running back Cole Owens. Junior Nick Schroeder will be the quarterback and classmate Ben Schroeder should make a difference in the offensive line.

RIDGE VIEW Jeff De Haan returns 12 lettermen from a team that lost its first three games by eight points or less and then won four out of six before a first-round Class 1A playoff loss to Emmetsburg. The Raptors have a strong returning nucleus that includes quarterback Ryan Garthoft, WR-LB Matt Wandry and C-DE Mason Johnson (6-2, 220), a trio of firstteam all-district performers. Garthoff passed for 1,081 yards and ran for another 600 while junior WR-DB John Kofmahl led the team with 306 receiving yards as a sophomore. Kofmahl caught 21 passes, same as Wandrey, and TE-LB Michael Tiefenthaler had a team-

high 22 grabs for 230 yards. A solid senior nucleus up front includes two-way linemen Drew Van Zweden (6-0, 215), Jared Hinkeldey (6-1, 200) and Lucas Hansen (6-2, 260), all seniors. Other senior lettermen are TE-LB Henry Sipple, TE-DE Daniel Jeckell and linebacker Nick Babcock while junior WR-DB Logan Richards lettered as a sophomore.

RIVER VALLEY After a pair of 4-6 seasons in Coach Jacob Burger’s first two seasons, River Valley could be poised for a big year with quarterback Brennan Riedemann heading a list of seven holdover starters in an eight-man lineup. Riedemann, a three-year starter, passed for 1,965 yards and 20 touchdowns last fall and the 5-7, 150-pound dynamo also rushed for 1,825 yards and 34 scores. For good measure tossed in 89 tackles and five pass interceptions from his cornerback position on defense. Senior center Mason Alitz (5-10, 185) anchors the line, returning for his fourth season as a starter. Meanwhile, linebackers Parker Goettsch and Jimmy Cockburn, a junior, ranked 1-2 ahead of Riedemann on the tackle chart. Jordan Droegmiller and Jesse Bogenrief, both juniors, are returning two-way regulars in the line for the Wolverines, who put up 68 and 92 points in their last two regular season games before a first-round playoff loss to Newell-Fonda. It was River Valley’s first playoff appearance since 1999. Seniors Nate Utesch and Devon Byers are veterans at wide receiver, as are juniors Wyatt Fitch and Sam Briese (24 receptions for 354 yards). Cornerback Hunter Casey is yet another holdover starter. Burger expects sophomore cornerback Justin Beeson, a letterman, to contribute along with junior lineman Kaleb O’Connell (6-0, 235).

SHELDON Matt Meendering enters his 10th season with an excellent 63-31 record after Sheldon put together another strong season, going 8-3 and reaching the second round of the Class 2A state playoffs before falling to eventual state championship Spirit Lake. It was the beginning of a memorable school year for the Orabs, who went on to win their first state title in basketball with three senior football standouts – quarterback Chris Balster, split end Nathan Oostra and linebacker Matt Dykstra. Balster will certainly be difficult to replace after rushing for 1,088 yards and passing for 1,197. Meendering may wind up turning that job over to Hunter McDonald, a 6-foot, 195-pound senior who netted 832 yards as last season’s leading running back. Andy Cooper, a 6-6, 300-pound junior, is a promising young giant, starting at offensive tackle as a sophomore. He’ll likely double up in a defensive line where Dalton McQueen (6-2, 220), Tanner Whitsell (6-1, 205) and Brian Vander Berg (6-0, 210) are three of the Orabs five returning defensive starters. Another defensive regular from last season is linebacker Darin Greenfield, a 6-1, 195-pounder who ranked second in tackles behind Dykstra (Balster was

third) and will probably be an offensive tackle starter, as well. Other senior lettermen are RB-CB Logan Otis, LB Brian Klein, OT-DE Benjamin Lichty and SE-LB Garrett Lang while junior lettermen returning include LB Jacob Andringa, RB-DB Matt Buenger, OT-DE Jason Meendering (6-6, 225) and kicker Trevor Mayer.

SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN A brand new coaching staff at SibleyOcheyedan is headed up by Kyle Ewinger, the head coach at Sioux City West for two seasons, 2010 and 2011. Ewinger, a Burlington, Iowa, native who also coached at North High, has a challenging assignment, taking over a team that went 1-8 last season. However, he has ambitiously seen his troops through summer team camps at Morningside, South Dakota and South Dakota State, anticipating significant progress. There are nine holdover starters on defense, where the Generals gave up 38 points a game last season. That list includes the team’s three leading tacklers in senior linebackers Jose Olvera (88) and Dalton Frick (67) along with junior defensive back Alex Fisher (70). Frick rushed for 348 yards last season and Ewinger thinks the 6-2, 171-pounder will have a big senior year. Meanwhile, senior Owen Wiese (6-2, 175) and junior Ethan Mino (6-3, 213) will once again divide the duties at quarterback. The Generals will be a young team with juniors Houston Coleman (6-0, 286) and Alec Happye (6-3, 243) anchoring the lines on offense and defense. Yet another veteran junior is TE-LB Josh Wagenaar (208), whose classmates Mitchell Vander Veen (WRDB) and Kramer Grimes (WR-DB) both lettered as sophomores. Junior lineman Luis Santana heads a list of valuable newcomers along with sophomores Carson Marco (WR-DB), Ethan Schmitt (RB-LB), Beck Greene (RB-LB), Burke Newman (WR-DB) and Ruben Ramirez (OL-DL). Ewinger also expects two-way lineman Matt Naig, a 5-9, 219-pound freshman, to contribute.

SIOUX CENTER After missing the playoffs for the first time in four years, the Warriors of Sioux Center are eager to return to postseason play with nine returning starters on defense and seven on offense from a 3-6 season. Andrew O’Donnell, a 6-2, 175-pound senior, returns at quarterback after leading Coach Tim Van Regenmorter’s 2012 squad with 534 yards rushing. The Warriors attempted only 98 passes, or less than 11 a game, and O’Donnell netted 385 yards and five scores through the air. Steven Kragt, a 6-6, 250-pound junior offensive tackle, will anchor the line and attract considerable interest from college scouts. He started all nine games as a sophomore, as did classmate Colten Smolders, a 5-10, 240-pound guard and nose guard. Running back and outside linebacker Dylan Vant Hof, a senior, is another twoway holdover for the Warriors, who’ll also feature RB-DE Torin Huisman, a senior, and RB-MLB Christian Rozeboom, a 6-foot, 200-pound junior who was the team’s second leading tacker as a sophomore. Van Regenmorter’s other top let-

termen include senior OL-DE Tommy Bomgaars (6-0, 185), senior WR-CB Rylan Stewart and junior FB-OLB Graham Zomermaand.

SIOUX CENTRAL Brandon Goodchild, a 2001 Clay Central-Everly graduate, had a solid head coaching debut last fall, leading a young Sioux Central team to a 4-5 record with three losses by 14 points or less. It was definitely a run-oriented attack for the Rebels, who attempted just 50 passes all season while piling up 517 rushing attempts. Returning to lead that offense will be running back Devin Tripp, a 5-9, 165-pound junior who averaged over 35 carries a game while picking up 1,484 yards and 17 touchdowns as a sophomore sensation. Even though his team didn’t make the playoffs, Tripp’s 319 carries ranked third in the state for all classes. Meanwhile, Tripp’s splendid sophomore campaign also saw him sparkle at linebacker, where his 87 total tackles gave him 35 more than anyone else on the team. Parker Habben, one of six senior lettermen, returns at quarterback and defensive back for a Class1A District 2 squad that returns six starters on either side of the ball. The senior veterans also include OL-DL Matt Koenig, OL-DE Tim Sanders, RB-LB Nate Leer, WR-DB Tanner Lindquist and WR-DB Nick Sievers.

SOUTH O’BRIEN Back-to-back playoff appearances have the South O’Brien football program energized and it doesn’t hurt that one of six holdover starters on offense is Zach Nieman, a 5-9, 160-pound tailback who has rushed for 3,409 yards the last two seasons. Nieman netted 1,789 yards on a 6-6 team as a sophomore and he tacked on 1,620 last fall as the Wolverines fashioned an 8-3 record, losing a second-round Class 1A playoff game to IKM-Manning, 28-17. Nieman’s yardage was down a bit because 6-foot, 204-pound fullback Austin Rohrs became a very useful alternative, carrying 91 times for 573 yards. Rohrs, also a linebacker, made an even bigger impact on defense, where his 118 total tackles were nearly twice the team’s second leading total of 60. Nieman will look for an outstanding swan song with an offensive line that includes holdover starters Jon Zubrod (6-0, 200), Michael Callahan (6-0, 200) and Sam Johnson (6-0, 210) along with lettermen Ethan Faust (6-1, 200), a senior, and Marcus Faust (5-8, 240) and Duncan Schwebach (6-0, 200), both juniors. WR-DB Prett Puhrmann is another key senior holdover who returned nine punts for 324 yards, scoring two touchdowns. Junior linebacker Gunner Klinker is another returning starter for sixthyear Coach Mark Fuhrman. Other senior lettermen are TE KelvinLansink, RB-DB Marcus Atkinson and SS Patrick Wubben along with junior TE Brice Goosen.

STORM LAKE Graduation took a major bite out of a Storm Lake team that was highly competitive, posting a 4-5 record. Three starters return on offense and four on defense for Coach Craig Lyon.

Running back Chase Lange and wide receiver Cole Feltner are two of the senior leaders and Lange was also last season’s leading tackler with 98 total stops. Gone are running back Aaron Krier, who rushed for 1,177 yards, and quarterback Nic Seaman, who passed for 1,334 yards. Mitch Martin will take over at quarterback and his leading targets should be Feltner along with Yach Deng, junior Ron Duque and sophomore Kuony Deng. Lettermen in the line are Grant Kofmehl, Hunter O’Bannon, Charlie Robbins and Ryan Peters, all seniors.

SPENCER With six returning starters on offense and seven on defense, Spencer likely won’t be satisfied with another Class 3A state playoff appearance. Indeed, the Tigers hope to advance even further than last year, when a wild 57-35 secondround loss to Bishop Heelan finished off a 7-4 season. The real eye opener was a regular season finale between these same two teams, when Spencer dealt Heelan’s eventual state runners-up a 21-14 setback at Memorial Field. Coach Jim Tighe, whose 82-year-old father, Dick, is one of just 12 American high school coaches with 400 wins, will once again showcase the talents of all-state quarterback Matt Finnern, a 6-foot, 160-pounder who rushed for 1,380 yards and 21 touchdowns in the Tigers’ option game. Hunter Cushman and Cody Mowery are two more holdover regulars at running back for a two with a pair of alldistrict linemen in Chance Steward (6-5, 225) and Pierce Jensen (5-11, 185). The veteran defensive unit features linebackers Ben Fox (5-11, 180) and Brady Illg (5-8, 185), who were 1-2 in tackles last season with 146 and 100, respectively. Mowery, an outside linebacker, ranked fourth with 91 while Steward, a defensive lineman, was sixth with 71. Tyson Samsel, a senior, and juniors Malik Rasch and Trey Hookfin, who double in the secondary, are all experienced veterans at wide receiver. Two more holdover starters are defensive lineman Chance Tatman (6-0, 255) and punter/ kicker Mark Malm, who converted 32 of 34 PATs and averaged 36.5 yards on punts. Other senior lettermen are wide receivers Boone Tomlinson and Tyson Hart along with linemen Kaleb Dandy, Marty Kiepe and Blake Rosendahl. A junior letterwinner is defensive lineman Chase Habben.

SPIRIT LAKE No one could possibly expect the Indians of Spirit Lake to maintain the high level of success Coach Josh Bolluyt’s program has enjoyed the last two years, playing in back-to-back Class 2A state championship games. Spirit Lake had never won a single postseason contest before reeling off four playoff wins two years ago, bowing in a 24-20 state title thriller with Iowa City Regina. The Indians followed up that 13-1 campaign with an identical 13-1 mark last fall. Only this time, the lone setback came in a regular season meeting with

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continued from 63 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley, a loss Bolluyt’s team avenged in one of the five playoff triumphs that carried them to a state championship. The program has definitely made big strides in recent years, enjoying some of the finest facilities in the state. However, it will take some surprising play from a host of young varsity newcomers for the defending champs to rival that 26-2 record of the last two seasons. Bolluyt does have a solid returning nucleus in his offensive line, returning Ben Spaeth (6-2, 240), Tanner Kroon (6-3, 275) and Sam Harms (6-4, 210). The rest of the lineup, though, will be all new. Those three are also veteran starters on defense, where Spaeth and Kroon perform in the line and Harms is a linebacker. Kroon collected 17 solos tackles for loss last season while Spaeth had 10, ranking fifth on the team with 68 total tackles.

UNITY CHRISTIAN Disappointing as last season turned out to be, the Knights of Unity Christian hung in there strong enough to win their final two games after a 0-7 start to gain some impetus for this fall. Coach Perry Krosschell returns six starters on offense and seven on defense with quarterback Arie Hoekstra and running back Logan Schoonhoven leading the way. Schoonhoven rushed for 395 yards and was among the top receivers along with Nick De Vries. Schoonhoven was also the team’s leading tackler last season and Caleb

De Vries is another valuable defensive holdover. Leading newcomers are senior RBDB Nick Bonnema and junior RB-DB Michael Albert. Krosschell anticipates improvement after witnessing his team’s “amazing effort’’ in the offseason. However, he also knows the Knights face one of the more challenging schedules in the state in Class 2A District 1, which includes playoff perennials Boyden-Hull/ Rock Valley, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock and Sheldon.

WEST LYON When you’ve been to the Iowa high school football playoffs 23 times in the last 25 years, it is reasonable to assume you begin just about every football season with some lofty ambitions. When you’re West Lyon and you start the year with eight returning starters on offense and six on defense, you start checking out the trophy cases for space to plant a fourth state championship trophy. The Wildcats looked somewhat equal to the task a year ago, even with such a very young squad. The only thing stopping them in a 9-2 campaign was a pair of losses to a dynamite Hinton team that lost a 21-14 state title game cliffhanger to Wapsie Valley of Fairbank. There are surely concerns of one sort or another for Coach Jay Rozeboom, a gaudy 203-38 (.842) as he enters his 22nd season. However, lack of experience or talent or size or depth don’t seem to be among them. For a team that rarely does anything other than run, the roster features five of last season’s six leading rushers.

Matter of fact, incredible as it may seem, this team still has the top four rushers from TWO seasons ago. Kaleb Heyer was last year’s leader with 905 yards while quarterback Brandon Snyder added 681, Kyle Groeneweg 353, Marty Pottebaum 205 and an injured Bennett Feuchtenberger, after a team-leading 803 as a sophomore two years ago, had 195 on just 42 carries. So, the entire backfield returns along with tight end Cody Bauman, a 6-6, 225-pound giant, and three offensive line regulars – Matt Metzger (6-1, 210), Jake Newberg (6-4, 275) and Reagen Meyer (6-1, 210). Newberg and Pottebaum (6-0, 250) are both holdovers at defensive tackle and Bauan returns at defensive end. Then, there’s Heyer, the team’s leading tackler for two seasons in a row, still around at linebacker while Groeneweg and Snyder are once again the cornerbacks. As if Rozeboom’s holdovers weren’t impressive enough, among his senior lettermen are some more big linemen – B.J. Van Roekel (6-6, 250), Lorenzo Romero (6-3, 250), Jordan Van Beek (6-2, 230), Britton Van Beek (6-0, 220) and Neil Metzger (6-0, 200).

WEST MONONA There’s nowhere to go but up for West Monona, where a new head coach, Drew Potter, takes over a team that went 0-9 last season. It could be an interesting challenge for Potter, who inherits junior running backs Austin Reitz and Avery Nelson, who rushed for 534 and 483 yards, respectively, last season to rank 1-2 on

the team. Reitz is also an outstanding guard in basketball, ranking second in the state in assists with 202 last winter. Craig Fox, a 6-foot, 220-pound junior, is also a veteran running back who had a team-leading 128 tackles at middle linebacker last fall. And, the Spartans have three of last season’s top four tacklers returning. It will be a very young squad, to be sure, since the only senior is center and defensive end Jack Rose. Two-way lineman John Gibson will also be a pivotal performer up front.

WEST SIOUX The Falcons are coming off a 2-7 but return seven starters on offense and defense. Jesus Rivera and Mitch Schlumbohm return to lead the offense from their quarterback and running back positions, receptively. Rivera threw for 407 yards and rushed for 156 more while Schlumbohm ran for 230 yards.Justin Negaard, a sophomore returns as the team’s leading tackler.

WESTERN CHRISTIAN Coming off its fourth state playoff appearance, all in the last five years, Hull Western Christian could have another postseason trip in the offing with five returning starters on offense and six on defense. Travis Kooima, entering his eighth season with a 34-36 record, has most of his top performers returning, starting with quarterback Daniel Van Maanen, leading rusher Drew Van Sloten, top pass receiver Ethan Fenchel and his two leading tacklers, linebackes


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Jeffrey Granstra and Adam Heynen. The 6-4, 180-pound Van Maanen passed for 1,205 yards and Fenchel, a 6-5, 210-pound tight end, hauled in 21 receptions for 376 yards. Meanwhile, Van Sloten was the primary ball carrier with 171 rushing attempts for 757 yards and nine scores. On defense, the 6-1, 205-pound Granstra, also a tight end, totaled a team-leading 87 tackles while Heynen, a wide receiver, tied for second on the team with 73. Two more linebackers, junior Brady Van’t Hul and Jacob Van Ginkel were fourth and fifth on the chart, added 64 and 59 stops, respectively. Two-way linemen Zach Van’t Hul and Trevor Wiekamp, a junior, are also veteran starters along with WR-LB Dustin Moser. Other senior lettermen are WR-DB Colton Van Otterloo, OL-LB Luke Bootsma, WR-DB Kyle Fykstra, LB Jacob Johnson and LB Mitch Rozeboom.

WOODBURY CENTRAL Coming off its fourth state playoff appearance in a row, Woodbury Central has six returning starters on offense and seven on defense. Depth is a concern and Coach Kelly Manker, entering his 18th season as head coach of a school he quarterbacked to a state title, lost some major playmakers to graduation. The Wildcats certainly don’t lack for size with twin brothers Levi Paulsen (6-5, 276) and Landon Paulsen (6-5, 271) already quite familiar to dozens of college recruits as they enter their junior seasons. Levi, a guard and defensive end, was an all-state selection as a sophomore while Landon, a two-

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WESTWOOD After a 0-6 start, wins in the season’s final three games were definitely an inspiration for Coach Cass Burkhart’s Rebels, who turned back West Monona (20-14), Underwood (14-13) and Riverside (12-6) in three straight cliffhangers. Four starters return on offense and six on defense, but Burkhart’s team will be lacking in size up front. The Rebels will have an all-new backfield with Hunter East at quarterback and Tanner De Vries as the lead running back. Casey Kirkendall should be a favorite pass receiving target. On defense, linebacker Jacob Becker led the team in tackles last season (95) while Kirkendall, a safety, ranked second (80) and De Vries, a linebacker, was third (74).




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Bancroft-Rosalie Losing seasons have been rare in Jon Cerny’s 31 years as Bancroft-Rosalie’s head coach. Despite a 3-6 mark, the Panthers made the 2012 Class D2 state playoffs, where for the second straight season, there was a first-round postseason loss. Carsten Tietz, a 6-foot, 185-pound junior quarterback, rushed for 1,418 yards and passed for 344 in his first year as a starter. Two of the top receiving targets return, senior ends Andre Berg (10 catches, 147 yards) and Caleb Hansen (128 receiving yards, 449 yards rushing) while three running backs – senior Morgan Smith along with juniors Damian Otteman and Zeb Greve, will see plenty of playing time. Bancroft-Rosalie is slightly small on the offensive line with returning starters Austen Darnell (5-10, 185) and Easton Weborg (6-2, 210) from the senior and junior class, respectively. There’s a bit of depth, but it’s still relatively light in juniors McKenzie Lyons (6-1, 180) and Chris Snyder (5-10, 175) along with sophomores Cameron Freemont (5-9, 165) and Austin Bruning (5-8, 150). Tietz had a whopping 140 tackles from his position in the defensive backfield. Berg and Darnell combined for 108 tackles on the line while statistically, Otteman is the top returning linebacker with 28 stops. Senior Aaron Steichen and junior Zeb Greve return as starters at linebacker for the Panthers, where senior Taylor Tietz and junior Derek Ahlers offer depth. Weborg and Smith could spell Berg at nose guard. Hansen leads a secondary that also includes junior Kenny Appleton and sophomore Chase Bonsall.

Battle Creek Combine fast senior running back Nate Gray with his physical classmate, fullback Trev Bode, and it equals part of the balanced rushing attack Battle Creek Coach Andrew Carlson hopes to achieve this fall. Gray, who ran the

opening leg of the Braves’ first-place 4x100 relay at last Spring’s Class C state track meet, rushed for 960 yards and caught 13 passes for 231 yards. He also returned two kickoffs and two punts for touchdowns for a team that went 3-6, but made the Class C2 state playoffs for the fifth straight year. Carlson moved the 5-10, 190-pound Bode from tight end to fullback to take advantage of his physical play and his athleticism. Juniors Jordan Zautke and Dustin Walters are backups at running back and fullback, respectively, for an offense that returns two lineman starters, senior guard Matt Schnebel (5-11, 170) and senior tackle Colton Welke (5-10, 195). Three other lineman lettermen, senior Shane Hawthorne (6-0, 210) along with juniors Alex Tucker (6-0, 245) and Louis DeJager (6-0, 250), will play both ways. Welke had 68 tackles on the defensive line while Bode tops the returning linebackers with 48 tackles, four more than senior Jake Finkral at the same position. Senior Jordan Swartz and Walters also lettered as linebackers. Battle Creek also has good returning athletes in the secondary, Gray (51 tackles, 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery), senior Eli McKeown (35, 1, 1) and junior Jared Beller (20, 3, 1). Senior Zach Kirby also lettered as a defensive back for a team that’s in tough District 6 along with Crofton, Hartington Cedar Catholic, Lutheran High Northeast and West Holt.

Bloomfield First-year head coach Matt Kuchar plans to keep Bloomfield’s winning tradition alive. He’s no stranger to the Bees’ success, as he coached offensive and defensive linemen the previous eight years for a program that has qualified for the playoffs every year since 1988. Nine seniors graduated from last year’s 5-4 team that fell 76-28 to High Plains in the first round of the Class D1 playoffs. Junior Quinn O’Brien is one of the versatile Bees, having played quarterback, linebacker and in the secondary. Kuchar also has high hopes for a healthy season from senior end Tim Broders, who missed much of his junior campaign with a knee injury. Cody Beckman, a 5-10, 180-pound junior running back, rushed for 290 yards and four touchdowns. Senior Kane Fiedler adds depth to the running back position while his classmate, Adam Haigh, will be among O’Brien’s receiving targets. Jeff Bertschinger, a 5-9, 200-pound junior, is Bloomfield’s lone returning offensive lineman, though senior Kash Poppe (6-0, 200) and junior Logan Koertje (6-1, 230) lettered a year ago. Bertschinger, Poppe and Koertje will be counted on for defensive work as well. O’Brien is a returning starter in the secondary, where Haigh and junior Conner Wilson lettered.

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niors who should provide valuable depth on both sides of the ball. Jacob Morrill, a 6-foot, 189-pound senior, is aiming for his fourth straight 1,000-yard rushing season. Despite his all-state accolades and experience, Morrill will be pushed in the backfield by junior Reid Liska and 6-4, 205-pound senior Seth Wilmes, a two-way all-district player for last year’s 8-2 squad as a tight end and a linebacker. Meanwhile, senior Kory Wagner, junior Beau Schindler and sophomore Lane Walton will also get running back time. There’s an interesting battle at quarterback between senior Justin Wilmes, junior Colton Boelter and sophomore Austin Diedrichsen. The winner will have good receiving targets, led by three-year starting split end Jake Ripp, who’s being pushed by senior classmates Mitchell Borgmann, Dakotah York and Cole Condon, while senior Billie York and 6-6 junior Taylor Carstens will see time at tight end. Two three-year starters return on the offensive line, all-district selections Ian Fuchtman (6-1, 205) and Lane Jacobsen (5-11, 230). Offensive line depth will be provided by senior guards Taylor Vogt (5-10, 242) and Michael Kracht (5-10, 185) along with junior guards Austyn Larsen (6-3, 285) and Sheldon Lemke (6-3, 244). Senior Tanner Homan (510, 243) and junior Grant Mathis (6-1, 238) are battling for the starting center position. Wilmes and Morrill return as starting linebackers for the Bulldogs while Jacobsen comes back at nose tackle. Fuchtman and Boelter return at defensive end and free safety, respectively, for a defense that also boasts depth, especially at linebacker and in the secondary.

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Only two of Tony Hoffman’s previous 14 Crofton teams have missed postseason play, not including last year’s 8-2 squad that fell 49-33 to DoniphanTrumbull in the second round of Class C2 action. Hoffman goes into the Sept. 6 season opener at home against WisnerPilger with a 107-32 record. Hoffman always enjoys a challenge and the upcoming campaign will provide just that. Only two returning starters won first-team all-district honors, senior free safety Evan Woockman and his classmate, defensive end Jake Guenther. Woockman and Guenther are among seven returning starters on defense. Senior linebacker Eric Kleinschmidt was a second-team district selection and like Woockman, was an honorable mention all-stater. Juniors Brock Mueller and Tyler Koch are returning starters at defensive end while senior Corbin Wavrunek is back at linebacker. Senior cornerback Austin Woockman also returns as a starter for a defense that includes five letterwinners, senior tackle Preston Evans, junior tackle Anthony Mota-Morales along with linebackers senior Jared Allen and sophomore Luke Dohrman plus junior cornerback Lathan Maibaum. Evan Woockman will quarterback the Warriors. Returning running back starters Austin Woockman and Eric Kleinschmit will be pushed by Dohrman, a fullback, along with sophomore wingback Lucas Miller. Wavrunek started at fullback a year ago, Koch is back at tight

end while Mueller and Guenther come back to play the offensive line.

Emerson-Hubbard With seven starters returning both ways, Coach Ken Swanson hopes to get Emerson-Hubbard back to the Class D1 state playoffs. Chace Morgan, a 5-11, 185-pound senior running back, and 6-2, 180-pound junior fullback Nathan Hogan each rushed for 800 yards last fall as the Pirates went 3-5 and missed the postseason for the second consecutive year. Senior quarterback Eric Hanson passed for 350 yards while guiding the double-tight option offense. Senior Travis Emmons and sophomore Michael Collins return as wide receivers while senior guard Justin Miller (6-0, 175) and junior guard Tyler Pallas (5-10, 190) also return. Andrew Van Donselaar, a 6-2, 200-pound senior, could start at center after missing much of last year with a shoulder injury. A linebacker, Miller was the leading tackler for a blitzing defense that offers 3-3 and 3-4 looks. Morgan also returns at linebacker, Emmons plays nose guard, Collins and 6-4, 185-pound junior Dalton Oerman both return at defensive end while Hanson and Hogan are intact in the secondary. 6-2, 275-pound senior Alex Diaz will play both ways on the line. Classmate Seth Shanks, a 6-3, 180-pounder, will also play both lines while one of the school’s top athletes, senior wide receiver/defensive back Sergio Pablo, a basketball standout for the Pirates, is playing football for the first time.

Hartington Hartington made school history a year ago with a 9-1 season and a first-ever second-round playoff game. Second-year head coach Blair Kalin, a longtime assistant for the Wildcats, has now been around for five consecutive postseason appearances, all in Class D1. Two three-year starters, seniors Pat Wortmann (end, defensive back) and Ty Dybdal (guard, linebacker) are aiming to make it six in a row. Dybdal, at 6 feet, 190 pounds, is small for his position and so is returning senior center Riley Haug (6-0, 170). Classmate Jordan Menning (5-11, 210) is the biggest two-way lineman, a concern for Kalin, who will send four undersized juniors – Derek Jueden (5-10, 160), Cole Fischer (6-1, 175), Sean Dunn (5-11, 195) and Austin Kaddatz (5-9, 180) into battle, hoping they can control teams that have a lot of size. Kolby Jueden, a 5-11, 155-pound junior, will quarterback the Wildcats, with senior Joe Noecker as another quality receiver. Junior Chris Pavlik, who rushed for 129 yards a year ago, has the most experience at the running back position, where he will be backed up in the I-formation by classmates Griffon Kalin and Chase Dendinger. Prior to the season-ending 50-14 loss to High Plains, Hartington had yielded 14 or fewer points in seven of its previous eight games. Wortmann had 56 tackles for that defense, eight more than Dybdal. Menning returns as a starter on the line, where Haug will also play. Coach Kalin likes the attitude and the senior leadership of the group, who will be challenged by EmersonHubbard and Randolph in District 3. Hartington Cedar Catholic With 28 returning lettermen, Chad Cattau should have no difficulty extending his playoff streak at Hartington Cedar Catholic to 12 consecutive seasons. The 2000 Wayne State graduate has experienced the postseason with each of his teams, but last year’s 5-5 squad peaked towards the end before falling 38-29 in the second round of the Class C2 playoffs to Ponca. Cedar Catholic returns 6-5, 190-pound senior quarterback Taylor Kathol, but it’s going to be a run-first offense that brings back 6-1, 175-pound junior running back Ryan Becker. Zach Fisher is a tough 5-11, 190-pound junior fullback who will also benefit from the blocking of three returning starters on the offensive line, senior guard Connor Wieseler (6-2, 260) along with two juniors, center Austin Koch (5-11, 210) and tackle Chase Kelley (6-2, 250). Wieseler has been generating looks from FCS universities, according to Cattau. As a defensive tackle, Wieseler should draw double-teams, which will enable linebackers like senior Noah Miller and Ryan Becker to make plays. Miller was last season’s tackle leader. Grant Howell, a 6-4, 220-pound senior, will be a force at end. Kathol comes back as a returning starter at safety while junior Tristan Steffen will also play safety. Adding to the defensive depth are two cornerbacks – senior Dalton Lammers and junior James Kaiser while twin 5-11, 190-pound brothers Zach and Alex Fischer, will play linebacker for a unit which Cattau hopes will force more turnovers as it faces tough District 6 competition like Crofton, Lutheran High Northeast, Battle Creek and West Holt.

Homer Homer was a winless 0-8 a year ago, but actually played only three games. School officials cancelled the remainder of the season after an 0-3 start because injuries had decimated the squad to just 14 members, most of whom were underclassmen with limited varsity experience. Nevertheless, Coach Dan Schmitt continued varsity practices in preparation for the 2013 season. Homer completed its junior varsity season and the combination of the two offered enthusiasm to the seventh-year head coach, who returns eight offensive starters and eight defensive starters. Quarterback Wyatt Tremayne, a 5-8, 170-pound junior, will mark his third season as a starter in the Aug. 30 opener at home against North Bend Central. Two offensive linemen, seniors Collin Matthews (6-1, 170) and Kasey Krumwiede (5-10, 160) are each in their third season as starters. Junior offensive linemen Preston Bodlak (6-2, 200) and Micheal Abney (6-1, 240) also return for the Knights along with three wide receivers, juniors Austin Weber and Connor Woodard along with sophomore Jordan Sanford. Bodlak and Abney will also start on the defensive line along with Krumwiede at an end position. Tremayne, Matthews and Woodard provide experience at linebacker while Weber and Sanford will lead in the defensive backfield.

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continued from 68 Laurel-Concord/Coleridge Ethan Hirschman, a 6-3, 265-pound senior, can play all five offensive line positions. He’ll start at center this season for Laurel-Concord/Coleridge, a team that has more experience on the line than at the offense skill positions. Classmate Ben Barelman, a 6-1, 210-pound lineman with three years of starting experience, is coming off an injury while his brother, 6-2, 185-pound sophomore Billy Barelman, has been complimented by third-year head coach T.J. Shiers for his hard work in the weight room. Sophomore Chayse Hirschman (6-0, 210) will mark his second year as a starter while three other sophomores will see offensive line duty, Nolan Casey (5-10, 200), Eric Surber (5-11, 200) and Zach Hauptmann (5-11, 210). An offensive lineman from last year’s 1-7 squad, 6-2, 195-pound senior Calvin Casey has moved to fullback, where he will join classmate Brett Haisch in the offensive backfield. Another senior, Cory Peterson, is the most experienced wide receiver for sophomore quarterback Dillan Wolfgram, who will make his starting debut Sept. 6 at home against Battle Creek. Shiers will utilize a 4-2-5 defense where all 11 players will battle to the ball on every play. The Hirschman and Barelman brothers will anchor the line for the Bears while Haisch and Casey return as starting linebackers, a position that will also include Anderson and junior Brad Steffen. Wolfgram and Peterson will lead the way in the secondary.

Norfolk Catholic Jeff Bellar hiked his overall career coaching record to 301-54 last season, guiding Norfolk Catholic to a 12-1 record and a third consecutive Class C1 state championship. Bellar has a 274-43 record heading into his 32nd season with the Panthers, where he has guided his last 17 teams to state playoff berths. Jackson Love, a 5-11, 195-pound senior I-back, rushed for 1,192 yards and 18 touchdowns last season. Wingback Keegan Ehlers, a 6-1, 180-pound senior wingback, has 10.7 100-meter speed and should be a weapon for an offense that is otherwise inexperienced. Among the candidates for starting roles at the skill positions include senior quarterback Zach Pospisil, senior fullbacks Christian Sextro and Nathan Brtek along with junior split end Jacob Bellar. Jordan Cattau, a 6-1, 235-pound senior, will enter his third year as a starter on both the offensive and defensive lines. There’s plenty of linemen in camp, including seniors Joe Braithwait (5-11, 215), Mark Uhlir (6-0, 215), Brad Irlmeier (6-2, 240), Mason Vrbka (5-8, 185) and Andy Mendez (5-10, 170) along with juniors Nate Flaherty (6-2, 245) and Caleb DeMoss (6-0, 190). Sextro and Brtek will lead Norfolk Catholic at the linebacker positions while the secondary will be paced by Ehlers, Beller, Pospisil and junior Seth Montag.

Omaha Nation Darren Wolfe knows Omaha Nation’s senior class is tired of experiencing new head coaches, noting that three, including himself, have been in play during their four years. However, Wolfe, a 1983 Macy Public graduate, hopes they

change their minds, considering the read option offense he plans to employ. Senior quarterback Donovan Cook operated the I-formation offense for last season’s 1-7 club with his classmate, 5-10, 175-pound Brandon Cline serving as the top running back. Sophomore Curtis Woodhull will also see action as a running back while 6-1, 220-pound senior tight end Marcus Walker and 6-1, 175-pound senior wide receiver Jami Webster will also play prominent roles. Joseph Saul, a 6-1, 230-pound senior, is the Chiefs’ lone returning starter on the offensive and defensive lines. Two lettermen will contribute both ways on the line, junior Bernard Morris (6-2, 210) and sophomore Donovan Blackbird (6-0, 180). Meanwhile, 6-3, 300-pound senior White Hawk Hallowell is back after missing much of last season with a knee injury. Cline and Cook return as starting linebackers while Webster and Woodhull each started in a secondary that will also feature identical twins, juniors Martin and Jory Anaya.

Pierce Norfolk Catholic has long been a rival to Pierce. Last season, Pierce won the regular-season meeting over Norfolk Catholic but ended a 10-1 slate with a 34-14 semifinal loss to the eventual three-time Class C1 state champions. It was the third straight year that Pierce’s season has been ended by the Knights. Heading into his 18th season as the Bluejays’ head coach, Mark Brahmer has a 147-38 record with 15 straight postseason appearances. Senior quarterback Lane Rohrich won all-district honors, protected in part by all-state offensive lineman Charles Krueger, a 6-2, 230-pound senior. There’s plenty of depth on both sides of the line with seniors Austin Druyer (5-8, 235), Michael Fleer (6-7, 200), Tyler Tinker (5-8, 230) and Brandon Gerdes (6-2, 160) along with juniors Zach Brenden (6-2, 215), Noah Krueger (6-0, 190) and Matt Penne (5-10, 175). Chance Larsen is a 6-1, 195-pound senior tight end who should be Rohrich’s top target. Three juniors will lead the wide receiver corps, Jake Ussery, Colin Magdanz and John Huff. Senior Nate Murray will play running back along with juniors Dillon Dickey, Collin Freeman and Jared Cheney. Larsen, Murray and Huff will lead Pierce’s defense at outside linebacker. The secondary will be tested with only three returning lettermen, Rohrich, Magdanz and Fisher.

Ponca Ponca boasts the largest offensive line in Troy Evans’ four seasons as head coach. Seniors James Stark (6-0, 240), Charlie Charlson (6-2, 210) and Anthony Gehring (6-0, 230) will be beneficial in the Indians’ double-wing offense, a tradition for a program that went 6-5 a year ago and reached the quarterfinals of the Class C2 state playoffs. Aaron Carlson, a 5-10, 165-pound senior quarterback, rushed for 129 yards in a first-round 18-7 win over Elmwood-Murdock, then dashed for 161 yards in a 38-29 second-round win over Hartington Cedar Catholic. Carlson’s efforts add to the misdirection looks of an offense that also features a returning starter in 160-pound junior Michael Walsh. Walsh’s classmate, fullback Alex

Rickett, will also see reps. Ponca’s 4-4 defense does a good job of disguising coverages. Charlson and 6-foot, 210-pound senior Bryce Finnegan are solid at defensive end while Stark and Gehring will line up as tackles. Carlson and Walsh will lead the secondary. Rickett and senior outside linebacker Blake Hamer will also play for a defense that will be tested, facing the likes of Hartington Cedar Catholic, Crofton and Lutheran High Northeast on a schedule that also includes defending District 6 champion Wakefield.

Tekamah-Herman All-state candidates Derek Method and Dash Cameron are among the reasons why second-year TekamahHerman head coach Scott Guzinski feels five wins and a second consecutive appearance in the Class C2 state playoffs are reachable goals. Method, a 6-4, 210-pound senior linebacker, collected a school-record 149 tackles for last season’s 3-6 club, which included a single-game record 24 in a win over Wakefield. Cameron, 5-10, 175-pounds, collected 47 tackles, four interceptions and three fumble recoveries. Guzinski added that if necessary, Cameron can also play linebacker. Guzinski’s biggest goal for the Tigers’ defense is improvement against the run. Senior linemen Drew Boulware (6-1, 205), Zack Gill (6-0, 215) and Dusty Schmidt (6-4, 195) are returning defensive starters along with senior defensive back A.J. Leonard (58 tackles). Cameron is also a speed receiver who had 47 catches for a school-record 859 yards and eight touchdowns. Junior wide-out Scot Anderson (12 catches, 116 yards) is also another target for junior quarterback Jason Hansen along with senior Tyson Horn and junior Beau Braniff. Boulware and Gill lead an offensive line that will block for running back candidate Leonard along with senior center Chris Burley (6-0, 225), junior lineman Cetan Barr (6-1, 200) and two other possibilities, senior Dylan Lee (5-10, 195) and junior Trystan Johnson (6-2, 300).

Wakefield Josh Dolph rushed for 708 yards and 12 touchdowns for Wakefield, which bounced back from a disappointing 1-7 mark of 2011 to go 6-3 a year ago, winning the District 3 championship and reaching the Class C2 state playoffs for the first time in four seasons. A 5-10, 160-pound senior, Dolph is back for his fourth season as a starter, hoping for more success in a district which will feature another top contender, Ponca. Dolph’s classmate, 5-8, 205-pound running back Heath Greve, rushed for 322 yards and three touchdowns a year ago, but may have to split time between the backfield and the offensive line to help shore up a line that graduated several key players. Senior Daniel Gustafson along with juniors Alex Conley, Levi Nelson and Nick Gonzalez will also play in the wishbone backfield behind 6-foot, 155-pound senior quarterback Evan Nicholson, a three-year starter. Anthony Gustafson, a 6-3, 155-pound senior, was Wakefield’s top receiver last season. Tim Anderson, a 6-2, 205-pound junior is moving from center

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continued from 69 to play tight end, part of the reason for Greve’s move to the line. Senior guard Julio Perez (5-10, 215) is the squad’s lone returning offensive line starter, but classmate Christian Chinchilla (5-10, 185) lettered and sophomore Juan Delgado (5-8, 180) is the top candidate at center. Wakefield returns two linebacker starters in Greve (109 tackles, 3 fumble recoveries, 3 forced fumbles) and Daniel Gustafson (76 tackles). Nelson and Conley were spot-starters at linebacker last season, while Dolph adds depth to the position. Perez, Delgado and Chinchilla lead the way on the line while the secondary features the experience of Nicholson and Andy Gustafson.

Wayne Terry Beair’s football coaching career has been built around speed. He had speedsters at Laurel-Concord and has a quick senior class in his second season at Wayne, individuals such as running back Demetrius Alexander (4.4 40 time), wide receiver Jared Anderson (4.7), defensive end Brandon Martian (4.8) and center/defensive tackle Kody Frahm (4.9). Jalen Berry, a 5-11, 170-pound senior, is in his third season as the Blue Devils’ starting quarterback. Seniors Curtis Moeller, Trevor Pecena and Payton Janke are other running back candidates in the I-formation offense while 6-foot, 180-pound senior Luke Rethwisch provides a good target for a team destined to improve last year’s 2-8 season, which ended with a 14-12 loss to Fort Calhoun in the first round of the Class C1 state playoffs. Seniors Kody Frahm (6-0, 210) and Austin Keiser (6-6, 245) will enter their third season as starters at the center and tackle positions, respectively. Senior guard Seth Trenhaile (5-11, 190) and junior guard Jake Thompson (5-10, 215) also won letters. Beair feels Frahm and Keiser could cause havoc with their defensive line play. Another senior, 6-4, 200-pound end Brandon Martian is a threat along with a three-year starter at linebacker, 5-9, 170-pound senior Jose Vergara. Alexander and Moeller are also returning starters at linebacker while Pecina and Janke are back in the secondary.

West Point-Beemer West Point-Beemer senior quarterback Jake Hansen has two years of starting experience. Seven other offensive starters return, playing for a program that hasn’t reached the state playoffs since 2007. Fourth-year head coach Nathan Blankenship knows there’s development work to do, but he’s determined for a winning season. Everything revolves around Hansen, who rushed for over 200 yards on last season’s 3-5 squad, similar statistics recorded by junior halfback Devyn Minnot. Two x-backs, senior Mitchel Zobel and junior Karsten Schuetze, will also play key roles on an offense that also includes senior linemen Justin Anderson (6-7, 220) and Chris Wattermann (6-0, 175) along with juniors William Bowman (5-10, 200), Tyler Zehr (6-0, 180) and Tyler Kuester (6-0, 190). Hansen and Minnot each recorded 20 tackles as linebackers last season,

a position where junior Ty Haase was a part-time starter and senior Jacob Luebbert also experienced action. Senior Clint Hansen and junior Liam McClarnon each started half a season at outside linebacker. Watterman and Zobel return as starters at defensive end and defensive back, respectively. Bowman, Zehr and Kuester will compete to start both ways along with junior halfback/defensive backs Austin Case and Jesus Cervantes and junior x-back/defensive back Austen Eisenhauer. Junior Joe Berg should see significant time at both x-back and defensive back while Jared Shakespeare, a senior h-back/defensive back could make an impact, transferring from Utah.

Winnebago Running back Justis Wolfheader is described by six-year veteran Winnebago football coach Adam James as the squad’s fastest player. Combine the traits of the 5-11, 188-pound senior Wolfheader with the energy of 5-10, 185-pound sophomore running back Roman Peralez and it could lead to a winning season for the Indians. Wolfheader and Peralez also play linebacker for a team that hopes to improve last year’s 3-5 record. Jason Ghostdog, a 6-foot, 160-pound senior quarterback, will make his fourth season as a starter along with senior offensive/defensive linemen Roberto Gorrin (6-2, 225) and Jason Lawrence (5-11, 240). Senior offensive/defensive lineman Eugene Zach (6-0, 190) also lettered a year ago along with senior running back/defensive back Jeremy Murrich and junior running back/defensive back Jorge Surez. An early-season victory could make a difference. Winnebago’s first three opponents (Omaha Nation, Cedar Bluffs, Newcastle) were unable to make the postseason last year.

Wisner-Pilger Everyone’s back. Eleven starters return both offensively and defensively, giving sixth-year Wisner-Pilger Coach Brent Bauer confidence that the veterans will shatter last year’s 2-6 mark and contend for the Class C2 District 3 title. Kalib Mauch, a 6-3, 180-pound senior, will enter his second season as the Gators’ starting quarterback. Junior Rian Wisniewski and senior Jake Podony are returning starters at running back, a position deepened by the experience of two underclassman letterwinners, junior Joey Beacon and sophomore Mason Rabe. Wide receivers Devon Dixon and Colten Knust, a senior and junior respectively, are also back along with five offensive linemen; senior center Dalton Mohlfeld (5-9, 180), senior guards Michael Liermann (5-11, 205) and Steven Cornett (5-11, 175) along with junior tackle Dean Peterson (6-3, 195) and sophomore tackle Lucas Troyer (6-6, 245). Sam Ferguson, a 6-3, 215-pound senior, returns at both tight end and defensive end. Petersen is also back at defensive end while Mohlfeld and Cornett come back at tackle. Liermann, Podony and Beacom are back at linebacker while Dixon returns as a starter in the secondary along with Wisniewski, Rabe and Knust.


Wisner-Pilger will be tested immediately, facing Crofton and Lutheran High Northeast in the first two weeks of the season. Perhaps the Gators will follow the trend of defending District 3 champion Wakefield, which went from 1-7 in 2011 to go 6-3 the following season, but needs victories along the way to provide momentum to finish the season strong.


Wynot Wynot went 4-1 a year ago to win the Class D2 District 4 title, but dropped each of its non-district games as well as a first-round 54-36 playoff loss to Sterling to end a 4-5 campaign. Senior Jackson Sudbeck is back for his third season as the starting quarterback, with hopes of advancing deeper into postseason play. Senior running backs Davis Wieseler and Brady Stratman are part of a program which has reached the playoffs five consecutive seasons, but the last three have failed to produce a firstround victory. Sudbeck has a pair of young receiving targets, sophomore wide receiver Cody Stratman and sophomore tight end Austin Longe. Three lettermen return on both the offensive and defensive lines, seniors Joe Harold (6-2, 220) and Kyle Eskins (6-5, 235) along with junior Kyle Boeckman (6-0, 175). Thane Goetz, a 6-1, 215-pound junior, is a first-year varsity member who will get playing time at both lines. Boeckman and Brady Stratman are returning starters at linebacker. Sudbeck, Wieseler and Cody Stratman will lead the Blue Devils in the secondary.

South dakota Alcester-Hudson After posting a second consecutive winning season (5-4) in 2011, AlcesterHudson stumbled to a 3-5 record last year. However, with seven returning offensive starters and six returning defensive starters, Cubs Coach Brian Haak has high hopes for a successful 2013 squad. Haak considers 5-foot-10, 155-pound senior running back/linebacker Colin Walth as one of the top five players in the Tri-Valley Conference. Walth rushed for 808 yards and eight touchdowns for an offense that averaged 24.3 points and 287 total yards while also catching four passes for 91 yards and a score. He also had a team-high 70 tackles for a defense that yielded averages of 32 points and 310.9 total yards. Grant Johnson, a 6-1, 165-pound sophomore, passed for 130 yards and rushed for 120 in roughly two games. This gives the Cubs a chance to utilize sophomore Mitchell Johnson (500 yards passing, 101 yards rushing) back to his running back position in the double-wing spin offense, a spread that also features 5-10, 190-pound senior Eric Barnes (462 yards rushing, 5 TDs, 14 catches, 334 yards, 4 TDs). Senior tight end/wide receiver Lyle LaFromboise (12 catches, 212 yards, 1 TD) also returns. Two junior offensive linemen, John Kenner (6-3, 210) and Lance Sogn (510, 190) also return. Sophomore Nick Johannsen (5-11, 185) and freshman

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continued from 71 Gavin Doering (5-10, 165) will also be pressed to play both ways on the line. Walth heads a linebacker corps that includes Barnes (51.5 tackles) and Johnson (26.5 tackles). Jaylen Dickau and his junior classmate, Sogn, combined for 63.5 tackles on the defensive line. LaFromboise tops the returners in the secondary with 24.5 tackles while junior defensive back Chris Klemme (14 tackles) will also face action in a tough league that includes top contenders Irene-Wakonda and ViborgHurley along with newcomers Chester and Garretson.

Beresford Fans of the Beresford Watchdogs will need to spend a lot of time on the road with only two home games in the first seven weeks. Coach Mike Busch’s squad will host two Dak 12 Conference opponents to end the regular season, Dakota Valley (Oct. 18) and Elk PointJefferson (Oct. 24). Considering the returning experience, Busch hopes those two games will tune his team up for postseason play. Oliver Doeden, a 6-3 junior quarterback, was a Big Sioux Conference honorable mention selection from last year’s 3-5 squad, passing for 1,400 yards. Doeden’s top two targets return, a pair of all-conference selections, 6-3 senior wide receiver Austin Meester (42 catches, 742 yards) and 6-foot senior tight end Eli Orr (24 catches, 350 yards). Two more receivers, senior Brad Bogue and sophomore Hunter Berglund lettered along with a pair of running backs, senior Justin Haneke and sophomore Chris Kropuenske. Beresford has plenty of experience on the offensive line with seniors Josh Casperson, Derek Wiebers, Breuten Niles, Tanner Maxwell and Caleb Vohnke. Juniors Justin Dolan, Nick Adams and A.J. Schmidt will also see time on both offensive and defensive lines. As a linebacker, Casperson won all-conference honors with 56 tackles. Doeden and Kropuenske also come back as linebackers, while the secondary also boasts experience in Meester, Bogue, Haneke and sophomore Hunter Berglund.

Bon Homme Veteran Bon Homme football coach Byron Pudwill says team members have taken advantage of the school’s new weight room and fitness center. Pudwill feels the combination of the players’ strong work ethic, their speed and their dedication to staying active in other sports will translate into an improvement on last year’s 4-5 season that ended with a first-round Class 11B state playoff loss to Winner. Dakota Bodden, a 5-10, 180-pound senior quarterback, passed for 345 yards. Classmate Scott Van Winkle averaged 12.5 yards per reception for an offense that averaged 14.1 points and 195 total yards. Junior Hunter Young returns at fullback while three offensive linemen also come back, headed by a three-year starter at tackle, 5-11, 270-pound Garrett Dvoracek. Senior tackle Jesus Lozano (5-10, 220) and senior guard Joe Jaeger (5-11, 190) also return. Pudwill’s goal for the offense is to reduce the turnovers from the 2012

season. Senior wide receiver Moises Lozano and two juniors, receiver Brendan Barnes and tight end Tanner Van Winkle, will see playing time while senior linemen Ethan Kniffen (6-0, 250), Jason Johnson (5-11, 225), Levi Dockendorf (5-11, 190) and Austin Kaul (5-8, 180) add depth. Scott Wieseler is a 6-1, 190-pound senior linebacker who had a team-high 62 tackles a year ago in his second season as a starter. Kaul (23 tackles) and junior Hunter Young (41 tackles) also return at starting linebackers for a defense that yielded averages of 23.8 points and 241 total yards. Dockendorf (28 tackles) and Jaeger (23 tackles) return as starting defensive ends while Dvoracek (20 tackles) and Lozano (10 tackles) come back as tackles for a defense that will use even and oddman fronts. Dakota Bodden, a 5-10, 180-pound senior safety, had 42 tackles and three interceptions last year while 6-foot, 160-pound junior cornerback Zach Sutera had 15 tackles.

Canton Cody Majeres hopes to not only improve upon last year’s 1,789 yards of total offense, but to take Canton deeper into the Class 11A state playoffs. A 6-foot, 190-pound senior quarterback who won all-state honors, Majeres had 21 touchdowns for a 4-5 team that fell in the opening round. Much of Majeres’ offensive supporting cast returns. Fullback Tanner Broughton, a 6-1, 220-pound senior, rushed for eight touchdowns while 6-foot, 200-pound senior running back Gabe Dolen carried for 597 yards and two scores. Another senior, 6-2, 200-pound tight end Eli Ripley (13 catches, 120 yards), will mark his third straight year as a starter while two of his classmates are back as wide receivers, Bryce Schroedermeier and Brian Jennings. Coach Rich Lundstrom’s C-Hawks

also return a pair of two-way starting linemen, senior Tyler Lems (6-2, 210) and junior Aaron Van Voorst (6-3, 260). Junior lettermen Chase Beitzel (5-10, 230), Josh Lasley (6-1, 190), Justin Fluit (5-10, 240) and Adam Esche (6-3, 280) will see plenty of playing time, as both offensive and defensive linemen. Broughton had 51 tackles last year and will enter his fourth year as a starting linebacker. Dolen (72 tackles) will mark his third year as a starting linebacker in the Aug. 30 season opener at Bon Homme, while Lems (44 tackles) and Ripley (42 tackles) return at defensive end and free safety, respectively. Van Voorst will anchor Canton’s defensive line. Senior Kyler Kritten and junior Anders Peterson return as starters in the secondary, where Schrodermeier is also expected to receive action.

Elk Point-Jefferson Gone is Brock Zeller, who passed for nearly 4,000 yards the last two seasons and now plays for Morningside College. Present for Elk Point-Jefferson’s football team is a 50-50 offense that features 6-1, 190-pound junior Lukas Forsling, who has moved from the offensive line to play fullback for Coach Scott Bruning’s club. Bruning said Forsling has the skill set at a position that he played in middle school. Besides, the Huskies, 1-7 a year ago, return three offensive lineman, 6-6, 240-pound senior Jordan Brandon, junior tackle John Schuh (63, 185) and sophomore Andrew Flannery (6-0, 185). Andrew Teply, a 6-2, 200-pound sophomore, will also see looks on both offensive and defensive lines as the season progresses. Elk Point-Jefferson will also need to replace graduated wide receiver Blake Donnelly, who along with Zeller, accounted for nearly 80 percent of the offense. Cody Reed, a 6-3, 180-pound

senior, will take over at quarterback while 6-5, 180-pound wide receiver Andrew Flynn, junior running back Cody Davis and sophomore running back Jared Hueser will also be utilized. Bruning feels if Elk Point-Jefferson is to be a factor in the new Dak-12 Conference, which also includes Dakota Valley, Vermillion and heavyweights such as West Central, Dell Rapids and Tri-Valley, there must be defensive improvement. Forsling and Flannery return as linebackers while other returning defensive starters include 6-4, 220-pound senior end Adam Shanks, 6-foot, 180-pound senior nose guard C.J. Geary and senior cornerback Dan Howe. Dillon Streets, a senior linebacker, started the final five games, while 6-1, 200-pound senior lineman Austin Shatswell will be another force.

Tri-Valley Steve Bazata had a successful first year in 2012, guiding Tri-Valley to a 10-2 record and a runner-up finish in the Class 11B state playoffs. The 2012 South Dakota State graduate reports the Mustangs have plenty of holes to fill if they want to duplicate their success. Bazata, who played at Howells (Neb.) as a prep, likes big blocking linemen. Among them are 6-3, 230-pound senior guard/defensive end Joseph Newman, who he describes as Tri-Valley’s “best” player. Classmate Justin Plimpton, a 6-1, 230-pounder, will enter his third year as a starter in the Aug. 30 seasonopener at home against Wagner. Bazata is also high on a pair of “excellent” blocking tight ends, senior Jaden Krump (6-3, 210) and junior Logan O’Hara (5-11, 200). Clark Haugen, a 5-10, 170-pound senior, is Tri-Valley’s new quarterback. Senior running backs Derek Eldeen and Austin Van Asselt return as starters along with senior split end Josh Reider. Defensively, Tri-Valley will need to replace six starters. Newman and

Plimpton return on the line, Krump and O’Hara are back at middle linebacker while Reiders tops the secondary. Four juniors should see plenty of playing time – running back/outside linebacker Nick Buchmann, tackle/defensive end Ben Schiltz, two-way tackle Landon Leuning and center/defensive lineman Steven Beck.

Vermillion A winless season wasn’t the way Gary Culver wanted to end a 36-year, 201-win coaching career at Vermillion. New coach Andy Homan, a former Battle Creek-Ida Grove High School (Iowa) gridder who also played the sport at Morningside College and the University of South Dakota, should have a good first year, considering the return of six offensive starters, eight defensive starters and overall, 20 lettermen determined to erase the bitter memories of a year ago. Nick Jensen, a 6-6, 295-pound senior tackle, has been a two-year starter. Vermillion has four other returning offensive linemen, senior guards Seth Heine (5-9, 210) and Alex Osborne (510, 180), senior center Ty Iverson (6-1, 195) and junior tackle Jason Retzlaff (6-4, 205). As the season progresses, three others could find time on the line, senior Erik Peterson (6-2, 220), juniors Adam Winslow (5-9, 324) and Matt Pearson (6-0, 200) along with sophomores Kaleb Blue (6-4, 205), Mitchell Sand (5-9, 189) and Noah Westergard (5-7, 193). Regan Bye, a 5-11, 160-pound junior fullback, is the Tanagers’ lone returning starter in the skill positions. Jack Brown, a 5-11, 150-pound junior, quarterbacks a talented backfield that includes senior Nate Svendsen, juniors Tyler Madsen, Brandon Hertz, Josh Westhause and sophomore Brandon Mockler. There’s also an interesting tight end battle between 6-foot, 186-pound senior Ethan James and ju- niors Travis Weber (6-1, 172) and Lofton Covington (6-2, 195). Jensen is also a three-year starter at defensive tackle. Heine returns as another starting tackle, Retzlaff comes back at end, while the linebacker corps is solid with Iverson, Osborne along with juniors Tyler Madsen and Brett Bye. Regan Bye is the lone returning starter in the secondary at free safety.

Yankton The way veteran Yankton Coach Arlin Likness looks at it, as the line develops, the better his team will get. Beyond 6-foot, 235-pound senior guard/defensive tackle Steve McKee, the Bucks have no other return starters on the offensive and defensive lines. The Bucks return only four other linemen from last year’s 7-4 squad, thus causing concern for Likness, whose 229-74 record in 29 seasons includes a 111-42 mark going into his 15th season at the Eastern South Dakota Conference school. Senior two-way tackle Justin Meyers, a 6-3, 270-pounder, is back along with two senior center/defensive ends, Alex Dangler (6-0, 210) and Ty Hanger (5-11, 210) along with junior guard/defensive tackle Nick LaFave (5-11, 230). Statistically speaking, Yankton has talent on both sides of the ball. Juniors Levi Davis (734 yards rushing, 9 catches, 62 yards) and Jordan Lightner (434 rushing, 14 catches, 120) are threats in the rushing game while 6-4, 195-pound senior split end J.J. Hejna (21 catches, 357 yards) will be targets for two juniors battling at quarterback, 6-3, 185-pound Brady Hale or 6-foot, 175-pound Mason Strahl. Yankton has a good linebacker tandem in Davis (55 tackles) and Lightner (31 tackles). Strong safety Hejna is the returning tackle leader (76) while senior defensive back Tanner Termenoen (13 tackles) and nose guard McKee also come back.

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IOWA AKRON-WESTFIELD Aug. 30 Unity Christian Sept. 6 Gehlen Catholic Sept. 13 Woodbury Central Sept. 20 Hinton Sept. 27 West Sioux Oct. 4 Sibley-Ocheyedan Oct. 11 Alta/Aurelia Oct. 18 Lawton-Bronson Oct. 25 West Lyon ALTA/AURELIA Aug. 30 Pocahontas Area Sept. 6 Sioux Central Sept. 13 Sibley-Ocheyedan Sept. 20 Woodbury Central Sept. 27 Lawton-Bronson Oct. 4 West Lyon Oct. 11 Akron-Westfield Oct. 18 Hinton Oct. 25 West Sioux

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AR-WE-VA Aug. 23 Sidney Home Aug. 30 Coon Rapids-Bayard Home Away Sept. 6 River Valley Away Sept. 13 Charter Oak-Ute Home Sept. 27 Boyer Valley Oct. 4 Woodbine Away Oct. 11 West Harrison Away Oct. 18 EHK-Exira Home Oct. 25 Glidden-Ralston Away BISHOP HEELAN Aug. 30 Sioux City East Away Away Sept. 5 Sioux City North Sept. 13 Sioux City West Home Sept. 20 Le Mars Away Sept. 27 Sergeant Bluff-Luton Home Away Oct. 4 Storm Lake Oct. 11 Carroll Home Oct. 18 Denison-Schleswig Home Oct. 25 Spencer Away B-H/ROCK VALLEY Aug. 30 Western Christian Sept. 6 Emmetsburg Sept. 13 Sioux Center Sept. 20 Unity Christian Sept. 27 Spirit Lake Oct. 4 Sheldon Oct. 11 MOC-Floyd Valley Oct. 18 Cherokee Oct. 25 Central Lyon/GLR

Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home

BOYER VALLEY Aug. 30 EHK-Exira Away Sept. 6 Glidden-Ralston Home Sept. 13 Coon Rapids-Bayard Away Sept. 20 Stanton Home Sept. 27 Ar-We-Va Away Oct. 11 Charter Oak-Ute Home Oct. 18 Woodbine Away Oct. 25 West Harrison Home CENTRAL LYON/GLR Aug. 30 West Lyon Sept. 6 Western Christian Sept. 13 Cherokee Sept. 20 MOC-Floyd Valley Sept. 27 Sheldon Oct. 4 Estherville-LC Oct. 11 Unity Christian Oct. 18 Sioux Center Oct. 25 B-H/Rock Valley

Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Away

CHARTER OAK-UTE Aug. 30 Whiting Away Sept. 6 West Harrison Away Sept. 13 Ar-We-Va Home Sept. 20 EHK-Exira Home Oct. 4 Glidden-Ralston Home Oct. 11 Boyer Valley Away Oct. 18 Coon Rapids-Bayard Away Oct. 25 Woodbine Home

CHEROKEE Aug. 30 Storm Lake Sept. 6 OA-BCIG Sept. 13 Central Lyon/GLR Sept. 20 Sheldon Sept. 27 MOC-Floyd Valley Oct. 4 Sioux Center Oct. 11 East Sac County Oct. 18 B-H/Rock Valley Oct. 25 Unity Christian

Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away

GEHLEN CATHOLIC Aug. 30 Hinton Sept. 6 Akron-Westfield Sept. 13 South O’Brien Sept. 20 Hartley HMS Sept. 27 North Union Oct. 4 Okoboji Oct. 11 Western Christian Oct. 18 Unity Christian Oct. 25 Emmetsburg

Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away

CLAY CENTRAL-EVERLY Aug. 30 North Iowa Sept. 6 CWL, Corwith Sept. 13 Whiting Sept. 20 Kingsley-Pierson Sept. 27 Remsen St. Mary’s Oct. 4 Remsen-Union Oct. 11 Harris-Lake Park Oct. 18 Marcus MMC Oct. 25 River Valley

Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home

GRAETTINGER-TERRIL/R-A Aug. 30 Marcus MMC Sept. 6 Remsen-Union Sept. 13 Laurens-Marathon Sept. 20 West Bend-Mallard Sept. 27 CAL, Latimer Oct. 4 Newell-Fonda Oct. 11 North Iowa Oct. 18 Northeast Hamilton Oct. 25 CWL, Corwith

Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Away

COUNCIL BLUFFS AL Aug. 29 CB Lewis Central Home Away Sept. 6 Harlan Sept. 13 Council Bluffs TJ Home Away Sept. 20 Sioux City North Home Sept. 27 Sioux City West Oct. 4 Des Moines East Away Oct. 11 Des Moines Roosevelt Home Oct. 18 Waukee Away Home Oct. 25 Southeast Polk

HARRIS-LAKE PARK Aug. 30 CWL, Corwith Sept. 6 North Iowa Sept. 13 Remsen-Union Sept. 20 Whiting Sept. 27 Marcus MMC Oct. 4 River Valley Oct. 11 Clay Central-Everly Oct. 18 Kingsley-Pierson Oct. 25 Remsen St. Mary’s

Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Away

COUNCIL BLUFFS TJ Aug. 30 Des Moines North Sept. 6 Glenwood Sept. 13 Council Bluffs AL Sept. 20 Des Moines Hoover Sept. 27 Sioux City East Oct. 4 Des Moines Lincoln Oct. 11 Indianola Oct. 18 WDM Valley Oct. 25 Urbandale

Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away

HARTLEY HMS Aug. 30 Sibley-Ocheyedan Sept. 6 West Sioux Sept. 13 Okoboji Sept. 20 Gehlen Catholic Sept. 27 Western Christian Oct. 4 South O’Brien Oct. 11 Emmetsburg Oct. 18 North Union Oct. 25 Sheldon

Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Away Home

DENISON-SCHLESWIG Aug. 30 Harlan Home Sept. 6 Kuemper Catholic Away Sept. 13 Carroll Away Sept. 20 Storm Lake Home Sept. 27 Atlantic Away Oct. 4 Le Mars Away Oct. 11 Spencer Home Oct. 18 Bishop Heelan Away Oct. 25 Sergeant Bluff-Luton Home

HINTON Aug. 30 Gehlen Catholic Sept. 6 South O’Brien Sept. 13 West Lyon Sept. 20 Akron-Westfield Sept. 27 Woodbury Central Oct. 4 West Sioux Oct. 11 Sibley-Ocheyedan Oct. 18 Alta/Aurelia Oct. 25 Lawton-Bronson

Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home

EAST SAC COUNTY Aug. 30 Prairie Valley Sept. 6 Pocahontas Area Sept. 13 Estherville-LC Sept. 20 Forest City Sept. 27 Garner-Hayfield Oct. 4 Spirit Lake Oct. 11 Cherokee Oct. 18 Clarion-Goldfield Oct. 25 S. Central Calhoun

IKM-MANNING Aug. 30 OA-BCIG Away Sept. 6 Logan-Magnolia Home Away Sept. 13 Tri-Center Sept. 20 Manson NW Webster Home Sept. 27 Sioux Central Away Home Oct. 4 St. Edmond Oct. 11 Mapleton MVAO Home Oct. 18 Pocahontas Area Away Away Oct. 25 Ridge View

Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home

EMMETSBURG Aug. 30 Spencer Home Sept. 6 B-H/Rock Valley Away Sept. 13 North Union Home Sept. 20 Okoboji Away Sept. 27 Manson NW Webster Home Oct. 4 Western Christian Away Oct. 11 Hartley HMS Home Oct. 18 South O’Brien Away Oct. 25 Gehlen Catholic Home

KINGSLEY-PIERSON Aug. 30 Laurens-Marathon Sept. 6 Newell-Fonda Sept. 13 River Valley Sept. 20 Clay Central-Everly Sept. 27 Whiting Oct. 4 Remsen St. Mary’s Oct. 11 Remsen-Union Oct. 18 Harris-Lake Park Oct. 25 Marcus MMC

ESTHERVILLE-LC Aug. 30 North Union Sept. 6 Algona Sept. 13 East Sac County Sept. 20 Clarion-Goldfield Sept. 27 S. Central Calhoun Oct. 4 Central Lyon/GLR Oct. 11 Forest City Oct. 18 Garner-Hayfield Oct. 25 Spirit Lake

LAURENS-MARATHON Aug. 30 Kingsley-Pierson Away Sept. 6 Remsen St. Mary’s Home Sept. 13 Graettinger-Terril/R-A Away Sept. 20 CWL, Corwith Home Sept. 27 Newell-Fonda Away Oct. 4 CAL, Latimer Home Oct. 11 Northeast Hamilton Home Oct. 18 West Bend-Mallard Away Oct. 25 North Iowa Away

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Number 1 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 11 12 14 14 15 17 17 18 19 21 23 24 25 26 27 28

Name 29 Jerod Hansen 30 Kobe Lutjens 31 Kyle Baartman 32 Ashton Kooiker 33 Jack Hoogeveen 34 Brett Moser 35 Dalton Moser 36 Riley Francis 37 Reese Schulze 38 Blake Eichmann 40 Tyrone Fude 42 Brady Moser 43 Jamison Te Slaa Mitchell Diekevers 44 45 Kirk Prostrollo 46 Brandon Bebon 47 Brady Post 49 Sam Klarenbeek 50 Marcus Rens 50 Chase Van Driel Andrew Van Ginkel 51 Kendrick Van Kekerix 52 53 Justin Schmidt 55 Jackson Mulder 56 Wyatt Cannegeiter 57 Zac Mousel 59 Kyle Van Ginkel 60 Dalton Tiedeman 60 Devin Van Beek 61 Ryan Dolieslager 62 Zack Konz 63 65 66 Schedule

2013 Date Aug 30 Sep 06 Sep 13 Sep 20 Sep 27 Oct 4 Oct 11 Oct 18 Oct 25

Omar Mejia Trevor Zeutenhorst Dylan Rozeboom Bryce Van Beek Myles Van Maanen Shane O'Regan Roger Van Zee Shane Solberg Nic Rosenboom Omar Garcia Waylon Rau Brandon Rau Klint Koster Trevor Parks Jacob Schafer Joshua Soodsma Caleb Goodman Jesse Vander Bush Andrew Lund Davis Van Egdom Alex Carbajal Dan Molenaar Jon Heitritter Marcus Van Kekerix Cole Rozeboom Garrett Van Der Wilt Levi Groeneweg Josh Van Ginkel Donny Kraai Jonnie De Kam Thomas Heitritter Harley Vink Sam Richter Evan Vos

Opponent @Western christian emmetsburg @Sioux center unity christian @Spirit lake @Sheldon MOc-Floyd Valley @Washington central lyon/George-lR

66 67 68 68 69 70 71 72 73 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 79 80 81 82 84 85 86 88 88 89 89 90 92 94 99

Davis Van Roekel Anthony Teunissen Reed Solberg Tyler Reintsma Gregory Palma Michael Jennings Jacen Saavedra Dylan Van Der Brink Logan Schwanke Tyrel Finck Seth De Vries Mason Van Beek Marcus Jones Brandon Heikes Taylor Hanson Colton Mesman Tanner Struck Jesse Vande Weerd Tyler Niemeyer Justin Hetritter Zach Dykstra Austin Moss Kyle Bakker Logan Stiens Dalton Bennett Dillan Willer Dylan Hilbrands Zach Koele Chase Vermeer Jacob Vander Tuin Luis Ronquillo


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Name Sean Kleinwolterink Drew Van Sloten Adam Heynen Dustin Moser Joey Horstman Riley Van't Hul Mitchell Vaandrager Taylor Miedema Jeffrey Granstra Treyton Schemper Daniel Van Maanen Joshua Dykstra Jacob DeJong Ethan Fenchel Jacob Johnson Zach Elgersma Ryan Zevenbergen Morgan Kooima Justin Kamstra Austin Van Zee Colton Van Otterloo Zach De Jager Brady Van't Hul

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2013 Schedule Date Opponent Aug. 30 Bh-RV Sept 6 central lyon/George-lR Sept 13 @MOc-FV Sept. 20 @North union Sept. 27 hMS Oct 4 emmetsburg Oct. 11 @leMars Gehlen Oct. 18 Okoboji Oct. 25 @South O’Brien

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WESTWOOD Aug. 30 Woodbury Central Sept. 6 Mapleton MVAO Sept. 13 A-H-S-T Sept. 20 East Mills Sept. 27 Griswold Oct. 4 Logan-Magnolia Oct. 11 West Monona Oct. 18 Underwood Oct. 25 Riverside

Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home

STORM LAKE Aug. 30 Cherokee Home Sept. 6 Spirit Lake Away Sept. 13 Spencer Home Sept. 20 Denison-Schleswig Away Sept. 27 Carroll Away Oct. 4 Bishop Heelan Home Oct. 11 Sergeant Bluff-Luton Away Oct. 18 Le Mars Home Oct. 25 Webster City Home

BLAIR Aug. 30 Plattsmouth Sept. 6 Gretna Sept. 13 Ralston Sept. 20 Beatrice Sept. 27 Norris Oct. 4 Omaha Roncalli Oct. 11 Schuyler Oct. 18 South Sioux City Oct. 25 Bennington

WHITING Aug. 30 Charter Oak-Ute Sept. 6 Fremont-Mills Sept. 13 Clay Central-Everly Sept. 20 Harris-Lake Park Sept. 27 Kingsley-Pierson Oct. 4 Marcus MMC Oct. 11 Remsen St. Mary’s Oct. 18 River Valley Oct. 25 Remsen-Union

Home Away Away Home Home Away Away Home Home

SIOUX CENTRAL Aug. 30 Sheldon Away Sept. 6 Alta/Aurelia Home Home Sept. 13 Pocahontas Area Sept. 20 Ridge View Away Home Sept. 27 IKM-Manning Oct. 4 Manson NW Webster Away Home Oct. 11 Okoboji Oct. 18 St. Edmond Home Away Oct. 25 Mapleton MVAO

UNITY CHRISTIAN Aug. 30 Akron-Westfield Sept. 6 Lawton-Bronson Sept. 13 Sheldon Sept. 20 B-H/Rock Valley Sept. 27 Sioux Center Oct. 4 MOC-Floyd Valley Oct. 11 Central Lyon/GLR Oct. 18 Gehlen Catholic Oct. 25 Cherokee

WOODBINE Aug. 30 West Harrison Away Home Sept. 6 EHK-Exira Sept. 13 Glidden-Ralston Away Sept. 20 Coon Rapids-Bayard Home Sept. 27 Sidney Away Oct. 4 Ar-We-Va Home Home Oct. 18 Boyer Valley Oct. 25 Charter Oak-Ute Away

BLOOMFIELD Sept. 6 Hartington Sept. 13 Pender Sept. 20 St. Mary’s Sept. 27 Neligh-Oakdale Oct. 4 Creighton Oct. 11 Elgin Public/ Pope John Oct. 18 Niobrara/Verdigre Oct. 24 Plainview

REMSEN-UNION Aug. 30 West Bend-Mallard Away Sept. 6 Graettinger-Terril/R-A Home Sept. 13 Harris-Lake Park Away Sept. 20 Marcus MMC Home Sept. 27 River Valley Away Oct. 4 Clay Central-Everly Home Oct. 11 Kingsley-Pierson Away Oct. 18 Remsen St. Mary’s Home Oct. 25 Whiting Away

SIOUX CITY EAST Aug. 30 Bishop Heelan Sept. 6 Fort Dodge Sept. 13 Sioux City North Sept. 19 Sioux City West Sept. 27 Council Bluffs TJ Oct. 4 Indianola Oct. 11 Urbandale Oct. 18 Des Moines Lincoln Oct. 25 W.Des Moines Valley

Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home

WEST HARRISON Aug. 23 Fremont-Mills Home Aug. 30 Woodbine Home Sept. 6 Charter Oak-Ute Home Sept. 13 EHK-Exira Away Home Sept. 20 Glidden-Ralston Sept. 27 Coon Rapids-Bayard Away Oct. 4 Nishnabotna Away Oct. 11 Ar-We-Va Home Oct. 18 Open Away Oct. 25 Boyer Valley

RIDGE VIEW Aug. 30 Lawton-Bronson Home Sept. 6 Woodbury Central Away Sept. 13 Manson NW Webster Away Sept. 20 Sioux Central Home Sept. 27 St. Edmond Away Oct. 4 Mapleton MVAO Away Oct. 11 Pocahontas Area Home Oct. 18 OA-BCIG Away Oct. 25 IKM-Manning Home

SIOUX CITY NORTH Aug. 29 Sioux City West Sept. 5 Bishop Heelan Sept. 13 Sioux City East Sept. 20 Council Bluffs AL Sept. 27 Des Moines North Oct. 3 Johnston Oct. 11 Ankeny Oct. 18 Ames Oct. 25 Fort Dodge

Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away

WEST LYON Aug. 30 Central Lyon/GLR Sept. 6 Sioux Center Sept. 13 Hinton Sept. 20 West Sioux Sept. 27 Sibley-Ocheyedan Oct. 4 Alta/Aurelia Oct. 11 Lawton-Bronson Oct. 18 Woodbury Central Oct. 25 Akron-Westfield

Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away

NEWELL-FONDA Aug. 30 Remsen St. Mary’s Away Sept. 6 Kingsley-Pierson Home Sept. 13 North Iowa Home Sept. 20 Northeast Hamilton Away Sept. 27 Laurens-Marathon Home Oct. 4 Graettinger-Terril/R-A Away Oct. 11 CWL, Corwith Home Oct. 18 CAL, Latimer Away Oct. 25 West Bend-Mallard Home

RIVER VALLEY Aug. 30 CAM, Anita Sept. 6 Ar-We-Va Sept. 13 Kingsley-Pierson Sept. 20 Remsen St. Mary’s Sept. 27 Remsen-Union Oct. 4 Harris-Lake Park Oct. 11 Marcus MMC Oct. 18 Whiting Oct. 25 Clay Central-Everly

Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Away

SIOUX CITY WEST Aug. 29 Sioux City North Home Sept. 6 Sergeant Bluff-Luton Home Sept. 13 Bishop Heelan Away Home Sept. 19 Sioux City East Sept. 27 Council Bluffs AL Away Oct. 4 Des Moines Roosevelt Away Oct. 11 Southeast Polk Home Oct. 18 Des Moines East Away Oct. 24 Waukee Home

WEST MONONA Aug. 30 Mapleton MVAO Sept. 6 Missouri Valley Sept. 13 Logan-Magnolia Sept. 20 Underwood Sept. 27 A-H-S-T Oct. 4 Griswold Oct. 11 Westwood Oct. 18 Riverside Oct. 25 East Mills

Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Away Away

OA-BCIG Aug. 30 IKM-Manning Sept. 6 Cherokee Sept. 13 Red Oak Sept. 20 Shenandoah Sept. 27 Clarinda Oct. 4 Clarinda Academy Oct. 11 Kuemper Catholic Oct. 18 Ridge View Oct. 25 Greene County

Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Home

SERGEANT BLUFF-LUTON Aug. 30 MOC-Floyd Valley Sept. 6 Sioux City West Sept. 13 Le Mars Sept. 20 Spencer Sept. 27 Bishop Heelan Oct. 4 Glenwood Oct. 11 Storm Lake Oct. 18 Carroll Oct. 25 Denison-Schleswig

Home Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Away

SOUTH O’BRIEN Aug. 30 West Sioux Sept. 6 Hinton Sept. 13 Gehlen Catholic Sept. 20 Sioux Center Sept. 27 Okoboji Oct. 4 Hartley HMS Oct. 11 North Union Oct. 18 Emmetsburg Oct. 25 Western Christian

WEST SIOUX Aug. 30 South O’Brien Sept. 6 Hartley HMS Sept. 13 Lawton-Bronson Sept. 20 West Lyon Sept. 27 Akron-Westfield Oct. 4 Hinton Oct. 11 Woodbury Central Oct. 18 Sibley-Ocheyedan Oct. 25 Alta/Aurelia

Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home

BANCROFT-ROSALIE Aug. 30 Mead Sept. 6 Winside Sept. 13 Wausa Sept. 20 Wynot Sept. 27 Scribner-Snyder Oct. 4 Humphrey Oct. 11 Lyons-Decatur Oct. 18 Open Oct. 25 Humphrey SF

Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Away Home

SHELDON Aug. 30 Sioux Central Sept. 6 Spencer Sept. 13 Unity Christian Sept. 20 Cherokee Sept. 27 Central Lyon/GLR Oct. 4 B-H/Rock Valley Oct. 11 Sioux Center Oct. 18 MOC-Floyd Valley Oct. 25 Hartley HMS

Home Away Home Away Away Home Home Away Away

SPENCER Aug. 30 Emmetsburg Away Home Sept. 6 Sheldon Sept. 13 Storm Lake Away Sept. 20 Sergeant Bluff-Luton Away Sept. 27 Le Mars Home Oct. 4 Carroll Home Oct. 11 Denison-Schleswig Away Oct. 18 Algona Home Oct. 25 Bishop Heelan Home

Home Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Away

BATTLE CREEK Aug. 30 Ponca Home Sept. 6 Lurel-Cncrd-Cleridge Away Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 Oakland-Craig Home Sept. 27 Wakefield Away Oct. 4 West Holt Away Oct. 11 Hartington CC Home Oct. 18 Crofton Away Oct. 24 Lutheran High NE Home

LAWTON-BRONSON Aug. 30 Ridge View Sept. 6 Unity Christian Sept. 13 West Sioux Sept. 20 Sibley-Ocheyedan Sept. 27 Alta/Aurelia Oct. 4 Woodbury Central Oct. 11 West Lyon Oct. 18 Akron-Westfield Oct. 25 Hinton

Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away

LE MARS Aug. 30 Sioux Center Away Sept. 6 MOC-Floyd Valley Home Sept. 13 Sergeant Bluff-Luton Away Sept. 20 Bishop Heelan Home Sept. 27 Spencer Away Oct. 4 Denison-Schleswig Home Oct. 11 Humboldt Away Away Oct. 18 Storm Lake Oct. 25 Carroll Home MAPLETON MVAO Aug. 30 West Monona Away Home Sept. 6 Westwood Sept. 13 St. Edmond Away Sept. 20 Missouri Valley Away Home Sept. 27 Pocahontas Area Oct. 4 Ridge View Home Oct. 11 IKM-Manning Away Oct. 18 Manson NW Webster Away Home Oct. 25 Sioux Central MARCUS MMC Aug. 30 Graettinger-Terril/R-A Away Sept. 6 West Bend-Mallard Home Sept. 13 Remsen St. Mary’s Away Sept. 20 Remsen-Union Away Home Sept. 27 Harris-Lake Park Oct. 4 Whiting Home Oct. 11 River Valley Away Oct. 18 Clay Central-Everly Home Oct. 25 Kingsley-Pierson Away MOC-FLOYD VALLEY Aug. 30 Sergeant Bluff-Luton Away Sept. 6 Le Mars Away Sept. 13 Western Christian Home Sept. 20 Central Lyon/GLR Home Sept. 27 Cherokee Away Oct. 4 Unity Christian Home Oct. 11 B-H/Rock Valley Away Oct. 18 Sheldon Home Oct. 25 Sioux Center Away

OKOBOJI Aug. 30 Spirit Lake Sept. 6 Sibley-Ocheyedan Sept. 13 Hartley HMS Sept. 20 Emmetsburg Sept. 27 South O’Brien Oct. 4 Gehlen Catholic Oct. 11 Sioux Central Oct. 18 Western Christian Oct. 25 North Union

POCAHONTAS AREA Aug. 30 Alta/Aurelia Away Sept. 6 East Sac County Home Away Sept. 13 Sioux Central Sept. 20 St. Edmond Home Away Sept. 27 Mapleton MVAO Home Oct. 4 North Union Oct. 11 Ridge View Away Oct. 18 IKM-Manning Home Oct. 25 Manson NW Webster Home

SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN Aug. 30 Hartley HMS Sept. 6 Okoboji Sept. 13 Alta/Aurelia Sept. 20 Lawton-Bronson Sept. 27 West Lyon Oct. 4 Akron-Westfield Oct. 11 Hinton Oct. 18 West Sioux Oct. 25 Woodbury Central

Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Home Away

SPIRIT LAKE Aug. 30 Okoboji Sept. 6 Storm Lake Sept. 13 Forest City Sept. 20 Garner-Hayfield Sept. 27 B-H/Rock Valley Oct. 4 East Sac County Oct. 11 Clarion-Goldfield Oct. 18 S. Central Calhoun Oct. 25 Estherville-LC

PRAIRIE VALLEY Aug. 30 East Sac County Away Sept. 6 Manson NW Webster Home Sept. 13 Bishop Garrigan Home Sept. 20 S.E. Webster-Grand Away Sept. 27 Newman Catholic Home Oct. 4 Belmond-Klemme Away Oct. 11 Lake Mills Home Oct. 18 West Hancock Away Oct. 25 AGWSR Away

SIOUX CENTER Aug. 30 Le Mars Sept. 6 West Lyon Sept. 13 B-H/Rock Valley Sept. 20 South O’Brien Sept. 27 Unity Christian Oct. 4 Cherokee Oct. 11 Sheldon Oct. 18 Central Lyon/GLR Oct. 25 MOC-Floyd Valley

Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Away Home

REMSEN ST. MARY’S Aug. 30 Newell-Fonda Sept. 6 Laurens-Marathon Sept. 13 Marcus MMC Sept. 20 River Valley Sept. 27 Clay Central-Everly Oct. 4 Kingsley-Pierson Oct. 11 Whiting Oct. 18 Remsen-Union Oct. 25 Harris-Lake Park

Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home

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WESTERN CHRISTIAN Aug. 30 B-H/Rock Valley Sept. 6 Central Lyon/GLR Sept. 13 MOC-Floyd Valley Sept. 20 North Union Sept. 27 Hartley HMS Oct. 4 Emmetsburg Oct. 11 Gehlen Catholic Oct. 18 Okoboji Oct. 25 South O’Brien

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WOODBURY CENTRAL Aug. 30 Westwood Sept. 6 Ridge View Sept. 13 Akron-Westfield Sept. 20 Alta/Aurelia Sept. 27 Hinton Oct. 4 Lawton-Bronson Oct. 11 West Sioux Oct. 18 West Lyon Oct. 25 Sibley-Ocheyedan

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BOONE CENTRAL Aug. 30 West Point-Beemer Sept. 6 Pierce Sept. 13 Norfolk Catholic Sept. 27 Columbus Scotus Oct. 4 David City Oct. 11 Madison Oct. 18 Columbus Lakeview Oct. 24 Grand Island CC

Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Home

CLARKSON Sept. 6 High Plains Comm. Sept. 13 Shelby Sept. 20 Plainview Sept. 27 Omaha Nation Oct. 4 Guardian Angels CC Oct. 11 Cedar Bluffs Oct. 18 Omaha Christian Oct. 25 Howells-Dodge

Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Away

ALLEN Sept. 6 Howells-Dodge Sept. 13 Omaha Nation Sept. 20 Niobrara/Verdigre Sept. 27 Hartington Oct. 4 Randolph Oct. 11 Emerson-Hubbard Oct. 19 Pender Oct. 25 Winnebago

Home Away Home Away Away Home Home Away

CREIGHTON Sept. 6 Clearwater/Orchard Sept. 13 Emerson-Hubbard Sept. 20 Pender Sept. 27 Elgin Public/ Pope John Oct. 4 Bloomfield Oct. 11 Plainview Oct. 18 Neligh-Oakdale Oct. 24 Niobrara/Verdigre

ARLINGTON Sept. 6 Logan View Sept. 13 Lincoln Christian Sept. 20 Syracuse Sept. 27 Omaha Concordia Oct. 4 Fort Calhoun Oct. 11 Raymond Central Oct. 18 Boys Town Oct. 25 Douglas Co. West

Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away

CROFTON Sept. 6 Wisner-Pilger Sept. 13 Ponca Sept. 20 Stanton Sept. 27 Hartington CC Oct. 4 Homer Oct. 11 Lutheran High NE Oct. 18 Battle Creek Oct. 24 West Holt

Home Away Away Home Homer Away Home Away

ELKHORN Aug. 30 Waverly Sept. 6 Omaha Gross Sept. 13 Omaha Skutt Sept. 20 Plattsmouth Sept. 27 Columbus Oct. 4 Platteview Oct. 10 MM Benedictine Oct. 18 Gretna Oct. 25 Elkhorn South

Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home

EMERSON-HUBBARD Sept. 6 Wausa Sept. 13 Creighton Sept. 20 Omaha Nation Sept. 27 Randolph Oct. 4 Pender Oct. 11 Allen Oct. 18 Winnebago Oct. 24 Hartington

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NEBRASKA FORT CALHOUN Sept. 6 Syracuse Sept. 13 Wahoo Sept. 20 Ashland-Greenwood Sept. 27 Wayne Oct. 4 Arlington Oct. 11 Boys Town Oct. 18 Douglas Co. West Oct. 25 Omaha Concordia

Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Away

HARTINGTON CC Sept. 6 Oakland-Craig Away Sept. 13 Laurel Concord-Coleridge Home Sept. 20 Ponca Away Sept. 27 Crofton Away Oct. 4 Lutheran High NE Home Away Oct. 11 Battle Creek Oct. 18 West Holt Home Away Oct. 24 Wisner-Pilger HARTINGTON PUBLIC Aug. 30 Humphrey Sept. 6 Bloomfield Sept. 13 Wynot Sept. 27 Allen Oct. 4 Winnebago Oct. 11 Pender Oct. 18 Randolph Oct. 24 Emerson-Hubbard HOMER Aug. 30 North Bend Central Sept. 6 Tekamah-Herman Sept. 13 Oakland-Craig Sept. 27 Wisner-Pilger Oct. 4 Crofton Oct. 11 Ponca Oct. 18 Wakefield Oct. 25 Laurel-Concord

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HOWELLS-DODGE Sept. 6 Allen Sept. 13 Randolph Sept. 20 High Plains Comm. Sept. 27 Cedar Bluffs Oct. 4 Omaha Christian Oct. 11 Guardian Angels CC Oct. 18 Omaha Nation Oct. 25 Clarkson HUMPHREY Aug. 30 Hartington Sept. 7 Wynot Sept. 13 Osmond Sept. 27 Lyons-Decatur Oct. 4 Bancroft-Rosalie Oct. 11 Lindsay Holy Family Oct. 18 Humphrey SF Oct. 24 Scribner-Snyder HUMPHREY SF Aug. 30 Fullerton Sept. 6 Osmond Sept. 13 Spalding/SA Sept. 20 Cedar Valley Oct. 4 Lyons-Decatur Oct. 11 Scribner-Snyder Oct. 18 Humphrey Oct. 25 Bancroft-Rosalie LAUREL-CONCORD Sept. 6 Battle Creek Sept. 13 Hartington CC Sept. 20 Lutheran High NE Sept. 27 Ponca Oct. 4 Wakefield Oct. 11 West Holt Oct. 18 Wisner-Pilger Oct. 25 Homer

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LOGAN VIEW Sept. 6 Arlington Sept. 13 Omaha Concordia Sept. 20 Pierce Sept. 27 Bishop Neumann Oct. 4 Douglas Co.West Oct. 11 Ashland-Greenwood Oct. 18 Wahoo Oct. 24 Raymond Central

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LUTHERAN HIGH NE Sept. 6 Archbishop Bergan Sept. 13 Wisner-Pilger Sept. 20 Laurel-Concord Sept. 27 West Holt Oct. 4 Hartington CC Oct. 11 Crofton Oct. 17 Ponca Oct. 24 Battle Creek

NELIGH-OAKDALE Sept. 7 St. Mary’s Sept. 13 Guardian Angels CC Sept. 20 Clearwater/Orchard Sept. 27 Bloomfield Oct. 4 Plainview Oct. 11 Niobrara/Verdigre Oct. 18 Creighton Oct. 24 Elgin Public/ Pope John

Away Away Home Home Away Home Home Away

NEWCASTLE Sept. 6 Scribner-Snyder Sept. 13 Lindsay Holy Family Sept. 20 Winnebago Sept. 27 Stuart Oct. 4 Wausa Oct. 11 Osmond Oct. 18 Wynot Oct. 25 Winside

LYONS-DECATUR Aug. 30 Spalding/SA Sept. 6 Mead Sept. 13 Winside Sept. 20 Osmond Sept. 27 Humphrey Oct. 4 Humphrey SF Oct. 11 Bancroft-Rosalie Oct. 18 Scribner-Snyder

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MADISON Aug. 30 Wayne Sept. 6 Stanton Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 Norfolk Catholic Sept. 27 O’Neill Oct. 4 Columbus Lakeview Oct. 11 Boone Central Oct. 18 Columbus Scotus Oct. 24 David City

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NORFOLK CATHOLIC Sept. 29 Columbus Lakeview Sept. 6 Bishop Neumann Sept. 13 Boone Central Sept. 20 Madison Sept. 26 Wahoo Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 West Point-Beemer Oct. 18 Pierce Oct. 24 Wayne

Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Home OMAHA NATION Sept. 6 Winnebago Sept. 13 Allen Sept. 20 Emerson-Hubbard Sept. 27 Clarkson Oct. 4 Cedar Bluffs Oct. 11 Omaha Christian Oct. 18 Howells-Dodge Oct. 25 Guardian Angels CC

Home Home Away Away Home Away Away Home

OMAHA RONCALLI Aug. 30 MM Benedictine Sept. 6 Platteview Sept. 13 Nebraska City Sept. 20 Elkhorn South Sept. 27 South Sioux City Oct. 4 Blair Oct. 11 Omaha Skutt Oct. 17 Omaha Gross Oct. 25 Ralston

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NORTH BEND CENTRAL Aug. 30 Homer Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Malcolm Sept. 20 Twin River Sept. 27 Stanton Oct. 4 Oakland-Craig Oct. 11 Aquinas Catholic Oct. 18 Archbishop Bergan Oct. 25 Tekamah-Herman

Away Home Home Away Home Home Away

NIOBRARA/VERDIGRE Sept. 6 Boyd County Sept. 13 St. Mary’s Sept. 20 Allen Sept. 27 Plainview Oct. 5 Elgin Public/Pope John Oct. 11 Neligh-Oakdale Oct. 18 Bloomfield Oct. 24 Creighton

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OAKLAND-CRAIG Sept. 6 Hartington CC Sept. 13 Homer Sept. 20 Battle Creek Sept. 27 West Point-Beemer Oct. 4 North Bend Central Oct. 11 Archbishop Bergan Oct. 18 Tekamah-Herman Oct. 24 Stanton

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NORFOLK Aug. 30 North Platte Sept. 6 Kearney Sept. 12 Fremont Sept. 19 Grand Island Sept. 27 Lincoln Pius X Oct. 3 Lincoln Southeast Oct. 11 Lincoln Southwest Oct. 18 Lincoln East Oct. 25 Lincoln Northeast

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OMAHA GROSS Aug. 30 Bennington Sept. 6 Elkhorn Sept. 12 Schuyler Sept. 20 Crete Sept. 27 Waverly Oct. 4 Elkhorn South Oct. 11 Ralston Oct. 17 Omaha Roncalli Oct. 25 Omaha Skutt

OMAHA SKUTT Aug. 30 Gretna Sept. 6 Plattsmouth Sept. 13 Elkhorn Sept. 20 MM Benedictine Sept. 27 Seward Oct. 4 Columbus Oct. 11 Omaha Roncalli Oct. 18 Ralston Oct. 25 Omaha Gross

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OSMOND Sept. 6 Humphrey SF Sept. 13 Humphrey Sept. 20 Lyons-Decatur Sept. 27 Wynot Oct. 4 Winside Oct. 11 Newcastle Oct. 18 Wausa Oct. 24 Stuart

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NEBRASKA PENDER Sept. 6 Guardian Angels CC Sept. 13 Bloomfield Sept. 20 Creighton Sept. 27 Winnebago Oct. 4 Emerson-Hubbard Oct. 11 Hartington Oct. 19 Allen Oct. 25 Randolph PIERCE Aug. 30 David City Sept. 6 Boone Central Sept. 13 Boys Town Sept. 20 Logan View Oct. 4 Columbus Scotus Oct. 11 Wayne Oct. 18 Norfolk Catholic Oct. 24 West Point-Beemer PLAINVIEW Sept. 6 Randolph Sept. 13 Clearwater/Orchard Sept. 20 Clarkson Sept. 27 Niobrara/Verdigre Oct. 4 Neligh-Oakdale Oct. 11 Creighton Oct. 18 Elgin Public/ Pope John Oct. 24 Bloomfield

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PONCA Aug. 30 Battle Creek Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Crofton Sept. 20 Hartington CC Sept. 27 Laurel-Concord Oct. 4 Wisner-Pilger Oct. 11 Homer Oct. 17 Lutheran High NE Oct. 24 Wakefield

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RALSTON Aug. 30 Crete Sept. 6 MM Benedictine Sept. 13 Blair Sept. 20 Nebraska City Sept. 27 Bennington Oct. 4 Beatrice Oct. 11 Omaha Gross Oct. 18 Omaha Skutt Oct. 25 Omaha Roncalli

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RANDOLPH Aug. 30 Elgin Public/ Pope John Sept. 6 Plainview Sept. 13 Howells-Dodge Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Emerson-Hubbard Oct. 4 Allen Oct. 11 Winnebago Oct. 18 Hartington Oct. 25 Pender SCHUYLER Aug. 30 Columbus Sept. 6 Norris Sept. 12 Omaha Gross Sept. 20 Waverly Sept. 27 Platteview Oct. 4 York Oct. 11 Blair Oct. 18 Bennington Oct. 25 South Sioux City SCRIBNER-SNYDER Aug. 30 Winside Sept. 6 Newcastle Sept. 13 Mead Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Bancroft-Rosalie Oct. 4 Osceola Oct. 11 Humphrey SF Oct. 18 Lyons-Decatur Oct. 24 Humphrey


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SOUTH SIOUX CITY Aug. 30 Platteview Sept. 6 Vermillion Sept. 13 Wayne Sept. 20 Gretna Sept. 27 Omaha Roncalli Oct. 4 Plattsmouth Oct. 11 Bennington Oct. 18 Blair Oct. 25 Schuyler TEKAMAH-HERMAN Aug. 30 Wakefield Sept. 6 Homer Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 Brownell-Talbot Sept. 27 Archbishop Bergan Oct. 4 Malcolm Oct. 11 Stanton Oct. 18 Oakland-Craig Oct. 25 North Bend Central WAKEFIELD Aug. 30 Tekamah-Herman Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Stanton Sept. 20 West Holt Sept. 27 Battle Creek Oct. 4 Laurel-Concord Oct. 11 Wisner-Pilger Oct. 18 Homer Oct. 24 Ponca WALTHILL Aug. 30 Santee Sept. 6 Arcadia Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 St. Edward Sept. 27 Elkhorn Valley Oct. 4 Silver Lake Oct. 11 Elba-North Loup Oct. 18 Cody-Kilgore Oct. 25 Arthur County WAUSA Sept. 6 Emerson-Hubbard Sept. 13 Bancroft-Rosalie Sept. 20 Boyd County Sept. 27 Winside Oct. 4 Newcastle Oct. 11 Stuart Oct. 18 Osmond Oct. 25 Wynot WAYNE Aug. 30 Madison Sept. 6 O’Neill Sept. 13 South Sioux City Sept. 20 Columbus Lakeview Sept. 27 Fort Calhoun Oct. 4 West Point-Beemer Oct. 11 Pierce Oct. 18 David City Oct. 24 Norfolk Catholic WEST POINT-BEEMER Aug. 30 Boone Central Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 David City Sept. 20 Wisner-Pilger Sept. 27 Oakland-Craig Oct. 4 Wayne Oct. 11 Norfolk Catholic Oct. 18 Omaha Concordia Oct. 24 Pierce WINNEBAGO Sept. 6 Omaha Nation Sept. 13 Cedar Bluffs Sept. 20 Newcastle Sept. 27 Pender Oct. 4 Hartington Oct. 11 Randolph Oct. 18 Emerson-Hubbard Oct. 25 Allen

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WINSIDE Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 17 Oct. 25

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WISNER-PILGER Sept. 6 Crofton Sept. 13 Lutheran High NE Sept. 20 West Point-Beemer Sept. 27 Homer Oct. 4 Ponca Oct. 11 Wakefield Oct. 18 Laurel-Concord Oct. 24 Hartington CC

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WYNOT Sept. 07 Humphrey Sept. 13 Hartington Sept. 20 Bancroft-Rosalie Sept. 27 Osmond Oct. 4 Stuart Oct. 11 Winside Oct. 18 Newcastle Oct. 25 Wausa

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SOUTH DAKOTA ABERDEEN CENTRAL Aug. 30 SF Washington Sept. 6 Brookings Sept. 13 Watertown Sept. 20 Yankton Sept. 27 SF Roosevelt Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Brandon Valley Oct. 18 Huron Oct. 24 Pierre ALCESTER-HUDSON Aug. 30 Baltic Sept. 6 Irene-Wakonda Sept. 13 Hanson Sept. 20 Chester Area Sept. 27 Garretson Oct. 4 Viborg-Hurley Oct. 11 Open Oct. 18 Parker Oct. 24 Centerville ANDES CENTRAL Aug. 30 Tripp Delmont Sept. 6 Colome Sept. 13 South Central Sept. 20 Scotland Sept. 27 Open Oct. 4 Marty Indian Oct. 11 Gregory Oct. 18 Gayville-Volin Oct. 24 Avon

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BERESFORD Aug. 30 Flandreau Sept. 6 SF Christian Sept. 13 Canton Sept. 20 McCook Central Sept. 27 Wagner Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Sioux Valley Oct. 18 Dakota Valley Oct. 24 Elk Point-Jefferson BON HOMME Aug. 30 Canton Sept. 6 Winner Sept. 13 McCook Central Sept. 20 Tri-Valley Sept. 27 Open Oct. 4 SF Christian Oct. 11 Wagner Oct. 18 Elk Point-Jefferson Oct. 24 Parkston BRANDON VALLEY Aug. 13 SF Roosevelt Sept. 6 Huron Sept. 13 Yankton Sept. 20 Brookings Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Aberdeen Central Oct. 18 Pierre Oct. 24 Harrisburg BRIDGEWATER Aug. 30 Mt. Vernon Sept. 6 Canistota Sept. 13 Howard Sept. 20 Platte-Geddes/DC Sept. 27 Hanson Oct. 4 Menno/Marion Oct. 11 Freeman Oct. 18 Kimball/White Lake Oct. 24 Open BROOKINGS Aug. 13 Huron Sept. 6 Aberdeen Central Sept. 13 Spearfish Sept. 20 Brandon Valley Sept. 27 SF Lincoln Oct. 4 Harrisburg Oct. 11 Mitchell Oct. 18 Open Oct. 24 Watertown BURKE/SOUTH CENTRAL Aug. 30 Avon Sept. 6 Marty Indian Sept. 13 Andes Central Sept. 20 Gayville-Volin Sept. 27 Gregory Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Scotland Oct. 18 Tripp Delmont Oct. 24 Colome

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CENTERVILLE Aug. 30 Scotland Sept. 6 Baltic Sept. 13 Parker Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Viborg-Hurley Oct. 4 Irene-Wakonda Oct. 11 Garretson Oct. 18 Chester Area Oct. 24 Alcester-Hudson

HARRISBURG Aug. 13 Sturgis Brown Sept. 6 Mitchell Sept. 14 Huron Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Watertown Oct. 4 Brookings Oct. 11 SF Lincoln Oct. 18 Yankton Oct. 24 Brandon Valley

DAKOTA VALLEY Aug. 30 West Central Sept. 6 Lennox Sept. 13 Madison Sept. 20 Elk Point-Jefferson Sept. 27 Dell Rapids Oct. 4 Vermillion Oct. 11 Tea Area Oct. 18 Beresford Oct. 24 Open

HURON Aug. 13 Brookings Sept. 6 Brandon Valley Sept. 14 Harrisburg Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Pierre Oct. 4 SF Washington Oct. 11 Douglas Oct. 18 Aberdeen Central Oct. 24 Mitchell

ELK POINT-JEFFERSON Aug. 30 Tea Area Sept. 6 Tri-Valley Sept. 13 Parkston Sept. 20 Dakota Valley Sept. 27 McCook Central Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Canton Oct. 18 Bon Homme Oct. 24 Beresford

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FLANDREAU Aug. 30 Beresford Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Aberdeen Roncallo Sept. 20 Sioux Valley Sept. 27 SF Christian Oct. 4 Tri-Valley Oct. 11 Vermillion Oct. 18 McCook Central Oct. 24 Canton

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FREEMAN Aug. 30 Platte-Geddes/DC Sept. 6 Menno/Marion Sept. 13 Canistota Sept. 20 Corsica/Stickney Sept. 27 Mt. Vernon Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Bridgewater Oct. 18 Hanson Oct. 24 Howard

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AVON Aug. 30 Burke/South Central Away Sept. 6 Gregory Away Sept. 13 Scotland Home Sept. 20 Tripp Delmont Home Sept. 27 Canistota Away Oct. 4 Gayville-Volin Home Oct. 11 Marty Indian Away Oct. 18 Open Home Oct. 24 Andes Central

CANISTOTA Aug. 30 Hanson Home Sept. 6 Bridgewater Emery-Ethan Away Sept. 13 Freeman Away Sept. 20 Menno/Marion Home Sept. 27 Avon Home Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Mt. Vernon Away Oct. 18 Howard Away Oct. 24 Garretson Home

GARRETSON Aug. 30 Chester Area Sept. 6 Viborg-Hurley Sept. 13 Baltic Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Alcester-Hudson Oct. 4 Parker Oct. 11 Centerville Oct. 18 Irene-Wakonda Oct. 24 Canistota

BALTIC Aug. 30 Alcester-Hudson Sept. 6 Centerville Sept. 13 Garretson Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Irene-Wakonda Oct. 4 Chester Area Oct. 11 Parker Oct. 18 Viborg-Hurley Oct. 24 Menno/Marion

CANTON Aug. 30 Bon Homme Sept. 6 Parkston Sept. 13 Beresford Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Tri-Valley Oct. 4 West Central Oct. 11 Elk Point-Jefferson Oct. 18 Wagner Oct. 24 Flandreau

GAYVILLE-VOLIN Aug. 30 Corsica/Stickney Home Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Tripp Delmont Away Sept. 20 Burke/South Central Home Sept. 27 Scotland Away Oct. 4 Avon Away Oct. 11 Viborg-Hurley Home Oct. 18 Andes Central Home Oct. 24 Marty Indian Away

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GREGORY Aug. 30 Colome Away Home Sept. 6 Avon Sept. 13 Kimball/White Lake Away Home Sept. 20 Marty Indian Sept. 27 Burke/South Central Away Home Oct. 4 Scotland Oct. 11 Andes Central Away Oct. 18 Open Home Oct. 24 Tripp Delmont

COLOME Aug. 30 Gregory Home Home Sept. 6 Andes Central Sept. 13 Highmore-Harrold Away Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Lower Brule Away Home Oct. 4 Edgemont Oct. 11 Corsica/Stickney Home Oct. 18 Platte-Geddes/DC Away Oct. 24 Burke-South Central Away

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IRENE-WAKONDA Aug. 30 Menno/Marion Sept. 6 Alcester-Hudson Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 Parker Sept. 27 Baltic Oct. 4 Centerville Oct. 11 Chester Area Oct. 18 Garretson Oct. 24 Viborg-Hurley

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LENNOX Aug. 30 Vermillion Sept. 6 Dakota Valley Sept. 13 SF Christian Sept. 20 West Central Sept. 27 Milbank Area Oct. 4 Dell Rapids Oct. 11 Madison Oct. 18 Tea Area Oct. 24 Open

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MADISON Aug. 30 Pipestone Area Sept. 6 Dell Rapids Sept. 13 Dakota Valley Sept. 20 Sisseton Sept. 27 West Central Oct. 4 Tea Area Oct. 11 Lennox Oct. 18 Vermillion Oct. 24 Open

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MCCOOK CENTRAL Aug. 30 Open Sept. 6 Wagner Sept. 13 Bon Homme Sept. 20 Beresford Sept. 27 Elk Point-Jefferson Oct. 4 Sioux Valley Oct. 11 Redfield/Doland Oct. 18 Flandreau Oct. 24 SF Christian MENNO/MARION Aug. 30 Irene-Wakonda Sept. 6 Freeman Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 Canistota Sept. 27 Howard Oct. 4 Bridgewater Oct. 11 Hanson Oct. 18 Mt. Vernon Oct. 24 Baltic

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south dakota MILLER Aug. 30 Potter County Sept. 6 McLaughlin Sept. 13 Corsica/Stickney Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Kimball/White Lake Oct. 4 Herreid/Selby Area Oct. 11 Wolsey-Wessington Oct. 18 Eureka/Bowdle Oct. 24 Sully Buttes MITCHELL Aug. 13 Yankton Sept. 6 Harrisburg Sept. 13 Pierre Sept. 20 Spearfish Sept. 27 Open Oct. 4 SF Roosevelt Oct. 11 Brookings Oct. 18 Watertown Oct. 24 Huron PARKER Aug. 30 Viborg-Hurley Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Centerville Sept. 20 Irene-Wakonda Sept. 27 Corsica/Stickney Oct. 4 Garretson Oct. 11 Baltic Oct. 18 Alcester-Hudson Oct. 24 Chester Area PARKSTON Aug. 30 Groton Area Sept. 6 Canton Sept. 13 Elk Point-Jefferson Sept. 20 Wagner Sept. 27 Winner Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Tri-Valley Oct. 18 Redfield/Doland Oct. 24 Bon Homme PIERRE Aug. 13 Watertown Sept. 6 Rapid City Central Sept. 13 Mitchell Sept. 20 SF O’Gorman Sept. 27 Huron Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Yankton Oct. 18 Brandon Valley Oct. 24 Aberdeen Central PLATTE-GEDDES/DC Aug. 30 Freeman Sept. 6 Kimball/White Lake Sept. 13 Marty Indian Sept. 20 Bridgewater Sept. 27 Wolsey-Wessington Oct. 4 Corsica/Stickney Oct. 11 Open Oct. 18 Colome Oct. 24 Lower Brule SANBORN CENTRAL Aug. 30 Kimball/White Lake Sept. 6 Mt. Vernon Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 Sunshine Bible Sept. 27 Platte-Geddes/DC Oct. 4 Hitchcock-Tulare Oct. 11 Highmore-Harrold Oct. 18 Corsica/Stickney Oct. 24 Wolsey-Wessington

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SCOTLAND Aug. 30 Centerville Away Sept. 6 Tripp Delmont Home Sept. 13 Avon Away Sept. 20 Andes Central Away Sept. 27 Gayville-Volin Home Oct. 4 Gregory Away Oct. 11 Burke/South Central Home Oct. 18 Marty Indian Home Oct. 24 Open

SF LINCOLN Aug. 30 Rapid City Central Sept. 07 SF O’Gorman Sept. 13 SF Roosevelt Sept. 20 Watertown Sept. 27 Brookings Oct. 4 Rapid City Stevens Oct. 11 Harrisburg Oct. 18 SF Washington Oct. 24 Open

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SF O’GORMAN Aug. 30 Rapid City Stevens Sept. 07 SF Lincoln Sept. 14 SF Washington Sept. 20 Pierre Sept. 27 Yankton Oct. 4 Rapid City Central Oct. 11 Watertown Oct. 18 SF Roosevelt Oct. 24 Open

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SF ROOSEVELT Aug. 13 Brandon Valley Sept. 07 SF Washington Sept. 13 SF Lincoln Sept. 20 Rapid City Central Sept. 27 Aberdeen Central Oct. 4 Mitchell Oct. 11 Rapid City Stevens Oct. 18 SF O’Gorman Oct. 24 Open

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SF WASHINGTON Aug. 30 Aberdeen Central Sept. 7 SF Roosevelt Sept. 14 SF O’Gorman Sept. 20 Rapid City Stevens Sept. 27 Brandon Valley Oct. 4 Huron Oct. 11 Rapid City Central Oct. 18 SF Lincoln Oct. 24 Open

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SIOUX VALLEY Aug. 30 SF Christian Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Tri-Valley Sept. 20 Flandreau Sept. 27 Groton Area Oct. 4 McCook Central Oct. 11 Beresford Oct. 18 Aberdeen Roncalli Oct. 24 Tiospa Zina

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TRIPP DELMONT Aug. 30 Andes Central Away Sept. 6 Scotland Away Sept. 13 Gayville-Volin Home Sept. 20 Avon Away Sept. 27 Marty Indian Home Oct. 4 Open Oct. 11 Howard Home Oct. 18 Burke/South Central Home Oct. 24 Gregory Away TRI-VALLEY Aug. 30 Wagner Sept. 6 Elk Point-Jefferson Sept. 13 Sioux Valley Sept. 20 Bon Homme Sept. 27 Canton Oct. 4 Flandreau Oct. 11 Parkston Oct. 18 Dell Rapids Oct. 24 Open VERMILLION Aug. 30 Lennox Sept. 6 South Sioux City Sept. 13 West Central Sept. 20 Tea Area Sept. 27 Open Oct. 4 Dakota Valley Oct. 11 Flandreau Oct. 18 Madison Oct. 24 Dell Rapids

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VIBORG-HURLEY Aug. 30 Parker Sept. 6 Garretson Sept. 13 Chester Area Sept. 20 Open Sept. 27 Centerville Oct. 4 Alcester-Hudson Oct. 11 Gayville-Volin Oct. 18 Baltic Oct. 24 Irene-Wakonda WAGNER Aug. 30 Tri-Valley Sept. 6 McCook Central Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 Parkston

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Beresford Todd County Bon Homme Canton Winner

WATERTOWN Aug. 13 Pierre Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Aberdeen Central Sept. 20 SF Lincoln Sept. 27 Harrisburg Oct. 4 Yankton Oct. 11 SF O’Gorman Oct. 18 Mitchell Oct. 24 Brookings

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WEST CENTRAL Aug. 30 Dakota Valley Sept. 6 Open Sept. 13 Vermillion Sept. 20 Lennox Sept. 27 Madison Oct. 4 Canton Oct. 11 Dell Rapids Oct. 18 Milbank Area Oct. 24 Tea Area WINNER Aug. 30 Chamberlain Sept. 6 Bon Homme Sept. 13 Open Sept. 20 Valentine (Neb.)

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YANKTON Aug. 13 Mitchell Sept. 6 Rapid City Stevens Sept. 13 Brandon Valley Sept. 20 Aberdeen Central Sept. 27 SF O’Gorman Oct. 4 Watertown Oct. 11 Pierre Oct. 18 Harrisburg Oct. 24 Open

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