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Iowa High School Football 2018 Week 7 Update: Ranking and Score Highlights


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The gaming spirits at the All-State IOWA High School Football are high enough and time is definitely flying by. Really now, two weeks left and in no time we’d be there…

The conclusions of 7th Week are out. but we cannot deny the fact that there’s still lot of Rugby (Football) to be played. The title of IOWA High School Football Districts 2018is yet to be honored to the deserving one and moreover, the RPI still has to take the postseason selection decision.

But as I quoted, ”Time will fly” and in no time well be there.

Here is the IOWA High School Football Scores 2018 jotted to kick some energy spasms within you.

Well IOWA High School Football Districts 2018 might have given us some key points we should know. You know to keep some heated conversations running by in our free time.

Iowa High School Football 2018 Week 7 Update

Iowa High School Football 2018 Week 7 Ranking Update

  1. Well, the Rain sucks especially at the games.
  2. Johnston, he goes as far as the defence will take it:

Well, The Dragons were very impressive against Indianola team on Friday, but pitching a shutout is not so easy. They held Indianola to 115 total yards of offense!

The Dragons have their sods at every level — Coty Lemon and Aaron Potter on the line, Nathan Newcomb and Garrett Gehrke in the middle and Anthony Coleman patrolling the secondary. This team will have to be moving forward.

  1. Indianola has to be given the credit:

The other team Indianola tried everything against Johnston’s defence, but nothing worked. Dylan Hildreth might have eyes on the back for running backwards and he only went for 31 yards on 12 carries. Quinn Vesey threw 21 times, the most he’s passed in a single game all season.

  1. One last thing from Indianola-Johnston thing:
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The Indians can still make it to the playoffs. Waukee is going to be a tough test next week. After the Warriors, Indianola plays Des Moines East. And well a 7-2 team should get in.

  1. Fort Dodge’s offense might be the state’s best:
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The Dodgers hung 44 points on Ankeny Centennial in a losing effort. This is THE defence that had allowed a combined 31 points in its last six games this season.

Fort Dodge racked up 543 total yards of offense. Drake Miller completed 30-of-45 passes for 350 yards and three touchdowns. Dayson Clayton ran for 104 yards and hauled 10 catches for another 90. Tysen Kershaw caught nine passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns.

No team WOULD want to play the Dodgers in the playoffs.

  1. The rain forced a lot of teams to run the ball:

When the game didn’t delay or postpone, West Marshall’s Cameron Bannister had a win over Nevada in a 35-3. The senior racked up 307 rushing yards on 18 carries — that’s 17.1 yards a carry — and three touchdowns.

That’s the 11th individual 300-yard rushing performance this season.

  1. Keep an eye on Ankeny during the final two weeks:

A 3-4 record may not be all that impressive, but the Hawks have two winnable games left this season and a 5-4 record — combined with a strong opponent record — might give them a shot at the playoffs.

  1. Cedar Falls’ Logan Wolf is up to 13 touchdown receptions after a 55-0 win over Waterloo West on Friday. There are two regular-season games left and as many as four postseason games for the Tigers, which mean Wolf, could threaten the single-season touchdown reception record.
  2. Gladbrook-Reinbeck has taken to 8-Player football pretty well:
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After losing their first two games by a combined 98-18, the Rebels have bounced back to win five straight games. They’ve scored at least 48 points in all five games and have won by an average of 60.2 points per game.

Iowa High School Football 2018 Week 7 Rankings Update

Class 4A: Iowa High School Football 2018 Rankings




01 West Des Moines Valley beat Council Bluffs Lincoln 77-0
02 Ankeny Centennial beat Fort Dodge 49-44
03 Cedar Falls beat Waterloo West 55-0
04 West Des Moines Dowling beat Sioux City East 52-0
05 Bettendorf beat Cedar Rapids Kennedy 41-14
06 Johnston beat No. 9 Indianola 28-0
07 Iowa City West beat Davenport North 35-0
08 Waukee beat Ottumwa 50-0
09 Indianola lost to No. 6 Johnston 28-0
10 Cedar Rapids Prairie beat Cedar Rapids Jefferson 41-6

Class 3A: Iowa High School Football 2018 Rankings




01 Cedar Rapids Xavier beat No. 7 Western Dubuque 35-0
02 Lewis Central beat No. 8 Harlan 49-14
03 Pella lost to Oskaloosa 36-35 (OT)
04 North Scott beat Clinton 37-7
05 Solon beat Mount Pleasant 34-28
06 Sergeant Bluff-Luton beat Spencer 24-20
07 Western Dubuque lost to No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier 35-0
08 Harlan lost to No. 2 Lewis Central 49-14
09 Clear Creek Amana beat Davenport Assumption 17-7
10 Sioux City Heelan beat Le Mars 31-13

Class 2A: Iowa High School Football 2018 Rankings




01 Monroe PCM beat Des Moines Christian 49-12
02 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley beat Sheldon 48-0
03 Algona beat Estherville Lincoln Central 49-22
04 Waukon beat No. 9 Waterloo Columbus 38-12
05 West Marshall beat Nevada 35-3
06 Union Community beat Vinton-Shellsburg 45-13
07 Benton Community beat Roland-Story 21-7
08 Spirit Lake beat Clarion CGD 59-0
09 Waterloo Columbus lost to No. 4 Waukon 38-12
10 Southeast Valley beat Garner GHV 42-22

Class 1A: Iowa High School Football 2018 Rankings




01 Dike-New Hartford beat Jesup 59-0
02 West Sioux beat No. 7 West Lyon 41-14
03 Van Meter beat Panorama 36-6
04 South Central Calhoun beat Madrid 49-8
05 Bellevue beat North Cedar 29-6
06 West Branch beat Northeast 28-0
07 West Lyon lost to No. 2 West Sioux 41-14
08 Interstate 35 beat Woodward Academy 41-0
09 Mediapolis lost to No. 10 Wilton 20-3
10 Wilton beat No. 9 Mediapolis 20-3

Class A: Iowa High School Football 2018 Rankings




01 Hudson beat No. 7 Wapsie Valley 24-20
02 Algona Garrigan beat North Union 12-6
03 Avoca AHSTW beat Nodaway Valley 50-0
04 Belmond-Klemme beat Graettinger GTRA 23-0
05 North Tama beat Garwin GMG 49-0
06 BGM beat Pekin 28-13
07 Wapsie Valley lost to No. 1 Hudson 24-20
08 Saint Ansgar beat South Winneshiek 40-39
09 Mason City Newman lost to Grundy Center 21-20
10 Edgewood-Colesburg beat Alburnett 35-7

8-Player: Iowa High School Football 2018 Rankings




01 Ar-We-Va beat Clay Central-Everly 58-12
02 Exira-EHK lost to Woodbine 49-45
03 New London lost to No. 5 Iowa Valley 22-12
04 Northwood-Kensett beat Janesville 28-11
05 Iowa Valley beat No. 3 New London 22-12
06 Don Bosco beat Dunkerton 66-6
07 Fremont-Mills beat East Mills 62-3
08 Southeast Warren beat Mormon Trail 61-0
09 Central City beat Elkader Central 57-0
10 Newell-Fonda beat Harris-Lake Park 52-6

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