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Posted October 24, 2012
Hesse, Waukon roll over No. 8 Center Point-Urbana

Center Point-Urbana found yards hard to come by all game long. Waukon's Glyeb Ewing (88), Dakota Ness (54) and Devin Johnson (25) team up to make a stop in the first half. (Kevin Angel/community contributor)

CENTER POINT — Waukon put together an impressive all-around showing against Center Point-Urbana Friday night in a Class 2A first-round playoff game, topping  the No. 8 Stormin’ Pointers, 35-0.

Despite playing without leading rusher Marcus Weymiller for a third straight game, Waukon maintained an explosive running game.

“There’s a lot of slack to be picked up when Marcus goes out,” Waukon Coach Ted Snitker said. “Tonight was a credit to our kids working hard to pick up that slack.”

CPU quarterback Ryan Wilkins (3) was chased all game long by the Waukon defense, including this time by Glyeb Ewing (88) and Brennan Hartley (70). This pressure caused Wilkins to throw an interception with 5:10 left in the first quarter. (Kevin Angle photo/community contributor)

Junior Parker Hesse was just one of those who did. A dual-threat quarterback and tailback, Hesse ran for 225 yards and two touchdowns, and passed for 43 yards and a TD.

He got the scoring started when he broke free for an 80-yard run on their first series.

Following an interception by Waukon’s Matthew Cymboluk, Hesse scored again, this time on a halfback pass when Josh Thorson pitched the ball to Hesse on third-and-goal from the 19-yard line. Hesse then threw to a wide-open Hunter Hammel in the end zone to put the Indians up 14-0.

It stayed 14-0 until the third quarter when Thorson again found Hammel wide open for a 63-yard touchdown.

Cymboluk recorded his second interception to give Waukon the ball on CPU’s 49-yard line. Two plays later, Hesse ran it in from 36 yards to put Waukon up 28-0.

The Indians then forced a fumble on CPU’s 14 yard-line, and Thorson scored on the first play to close the scoring.

Waukon will play Union, which beat Mount Vernon 63-20, in the next round.

Waukon's Hunter Hammel (3) caught a touch pass with 1:44 remaining in the first quarter, extending the lead to 14-0. (Kevin Angel photo/community contributor)

 

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