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Author: By Jason Brummond, Correspondent | October 30, 2013 | No comments

IOWA CITY — Nate Boland is faster than last year. The Iowa City West quarterback still can make all the throws.But Coach Brian Sauser said Boland’s ability to read defenses and process in-game situations gives him a unique dimension among the state’s top quarterbacks.“His mental ...

Author: By Jason Brummond, Correspondent | September 13, 2013 | No comments

IOWA CITY — Ask Iowa City West quarterback Nate Boland if he prefers to throw the ball or run it and he can’t help but crack a smile.“It depends,” Boland said. “If it’s open on the pass I’d like a passing touchdown, and if it’s ...

Author: Sam Louwagie | August 25, 2013 | No comments

IOWA CITY — Nate Boland didn’t need to be all that accurate at times last season.The Iowa City West quarterback had Jeremy Morgan and Dondre Alexander — a pair of tall, explosive all-conference receivers — lining up on either side of him. On occasion, Boland ...

Author: K.J. Pilcher | October 31, 2012 | No comments

Cedar Rapids Prairie quarterback Jace Hanna and Iowa City West versatile running back Ezra Reiners can add another page to the scrapbook filled with highlights from this season.The pair was named Mississippi Valley Conference Athlete of the Year in their respective divisions, according to Wednesday's ...

Author: K.J. Pilcher | October 29, 2012 | No comments

IOWA CITY - They came. They saw. They conquered.And, Cedar Rapids Prairie Coach Mike Morrissey led the Hawks in their routine battle cry one more time.Prairie earned the chance to shout it with a 49-28 upset over second-ranked Iowa City West in an Iowa High ...

Author: Jeff Johnson | September 6, 2012 | No comments

CEDAR RAPIDS — No doubt they can play pretty. But if Iowa City West wants to achieve the goals it thinks it can this football season, it’s going to have to be able to play a little ugly, too.That means being physical up front and ...

Author: Jeff Linder | August 24, 2012 | No comments

MARION -- The key to Iowa City West's offense, according to Coach Brian Sauser, is finding mismatches."Defending Dondre (Alexander) and Jeremy (Morgan), that's a mismatch for anybody," Sauser said. "If anybody tries to keep up with them one-on-one, nobody's going to keep up with them."Individual ...

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