WEST BRANCH 35, DURANT 7 — Michael Gould rushed for 129 yards and three touchdowns as the Bears rolled to non-district win at home.
Quarterback Lucas Lamont continued to stellar play, passing for 189 yards and a score.
West Branch (2-0) opens district play next week at top-ranked Iowa City Regina (2-0).
— Jason Miller, correspondent
CAMANCHE 39, ANAMOSA 14 —Easton McDaniel rushed for 219 yards and scored four touchdowns as the Indians won at home.
McDaniel scored on runs of 70, 24, 1 and 83 yards.
Ty Houska scored both Raider TDs, the first giving Anamosa a lead after Camanche fumbled the opening kickoff. Tyler Frasher led Anamosa with 75 yards on 18 carries.
— Daryl Schepanski, correspondent
WEST DELAWARE 36, Beckman 29 — Brent Lammers completed just six of 16 passes last night in a prep football showdown in Dyersville.
But he made third-ranked Beckman pay on two of them.
After Beckman tied the game at 29-29 with 58.5 seconds left, Lammers found a speedy Timmy Tutton open and Tutton raced 76 yards for a touchdown and a 36-29 West Delaware victory.
The Hawks (1-1) led 22-7 at half and were up 29-7 late in the third when the Blazers (1-1) scored three unanswered TDs to tie the game.
Lammers finished with 156 passing yards, including two TDs to Tutton, and rushed 21 times for 119 yards and two more scores. Coy Roussell added 111 yards on 20 carries.
— Bill Logan, correspondent
MAQUOKETA VALLEY 20, MONTICELLO 16 — Ryan Parmely’s 16-yard touchdown run and 2-point conversion in the fourth quarter to lift the Wildcats at Monticello.
Cody Jamison connected with Jarrett Easton on a 32-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter and Peyton Paddock’s field goal put Monticello (1-1, 1A) up by six, but that was closed at 13-12 halftime after Ben Dzaboff’s 5-yard pass to his brother, Aaron, on a fourth-and-goal play within 30 seconds of the half.
IOWA CITY CITY HIGH 42, WATERLOO WEST 34 – Xavier Washpun rushed for 206 and three scores as Iowa City High edged Waterloo West, 42-34, Friday at Memorial Stadium.
Washpun had scoring runs of 27, 12 and 2 and he also threw a 49-yard halfback pass to Cory Lindsey for a touchdown.
It was a back-and-forth game that saw the score tied 21-21 and 28-28 in the second half, before the Little Hawks (1-1) pulled away.
The big play, a 36-yard pass from Mitch Wieland to Cory Lindsey on a 4th-and-6 play that put City High up for good, 35-28.
With star quarterback Alex Young out on the next series, the Wahawks went three-and-out, and City High got the ball at the West 41.
Washpun capped off a quick drive with a 2-yard run with 8:11 left in the game.
West responded with a long touchdown drive, but the Little Hawks converted three straight first downs to run out the final 3:47 and capture the win.
Young rushed for 120 yards on 20 carries and two touchdowns for the Wahawks.
Washpun rushed for 107 yards and two scores and threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to boot as I City High lead Waterloo West, 21-13, at halftime.
Washpun has touchdown runs of 27 and 12. And the Little Hawks completely fooled the Wahawks on a toss sweep when Washpun pulled up and fired to a wide open Jason Jones for a 21-6 lead.
West, however, responded with a quick drive and got a 37-yard touchdown pass from Alex Young to Jaleon Jones with 42 seconds left in the second quarter.
The Wahawks also scored on Lance Dunn’s 99-yard kickoff return after Washpun’s first score of the game.
– Jim Nelson, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier
Dubuque Hempstead 41, Dubuque Wahlert 14 — Dubuque Wahlert scored first to take a 7-0 lead on Friday night. But Hempstead answered on the ground with a Matt Zenner touchdown run and never looked back, sprinting out to a 41-14 victory.
Union 37, Aplington-Parkersburg 13 — Wide receiver Dylan Bear caught four passes for 138 yards, including three first half touchdowns as Union beat Aplington-Parkersburg 37-13. Bear also blocked a punt, and quarterback Jay Scheel completed 7 of 11 throws for 172 yards.