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Stories from Sunday, October 24, 2010

No. 5 Gehlen survives at A-W (10/24/10)
Tony Gunter wanted his team to start off strong. His fifth-ranked Gehlen Catholic Jays obliged. The Jays, already district champions by virtue of their Week 8 win, completed their second consecutive undefeated district season with a 39-24 win at Akron-Westfield on Friday...
'Dogs shut down Monarchs 28-13 (10/24/10)
The Le Mars football team showed little letdown from the previous week's heart-breaking loss as the Bulldogs wrapped up the regular season with a 28-13 win over Denison-Schleswig on Friday in Le Mars. The win clinched third place for the 'Dogs (5-2, 6-3), who will play at Lewis Central in the first round of the playoffs on Wednesday...
Hinton blanks West Monona (10/24/10)
With the district title already in its possession, the Hinton football team was looking to wrap up the regular season by keeping everyone healthy. Consider that mission accomplished as the Blackhawks (7-0, 8-1) completed Class 1A district play unbeaten with a 50-0 win over West Monona on Friday in Onawa...
Hawks rush past Wolverines 48-13 (10/24/10)
Remsen St. Mary's cruised to a 36-7 halftime advantage before defeating River Valley 48-13 in the final game of the regular season Friday night in Remsen. The Hawks (6-3, 5-2) finished third in the district and will play at No. 7 Graettinger-Terril (8-1) in the first round of the state playoffs on Wednesday...
R-U sweeps district with 71-22 win at Spalding (10/24/10)
Eighth-rated Remsen-Union scored 65 first-half points en route to a 71-22 pounding of Spalding Catholic in Friday's regular season finale in Alton. The Rockets (8-1, 7-0) have won eight straight since falling to Graettinger-Terril, now ranked seventh, in the season opener. As the district champion, R-U will host the fourth seed from its sister district, North Sentral Kossuth (5-4), in the first round of the state playoffs on Wednesday...
K-P falls 55-40 at Newell-Fonda (10/24/10)
Kingsley-Pierson dropped to fourth place in its district with a 55-40 loss at Newell-Fonda on Friday night. The Panthers (5-4, 4-3) posted their first winning season since 2005 and will face defending state champion and second-rated Armstrong-Ringsted (9-0) in the first round of the state playoffs on Wednesday night in Armstrong...
Jinx! I owe you a shutout (10/24/10)
Ah, the dreaded Sports Illustrated Cover Jinx. Perhaps you've heard of it. Like its cousin, the Madden Curse, the SI Cover Jinx "is a myth that states that individuals or teams who appear on the cover of the Sports Illustrated magazine will subsequently be jinxed (experience bad luck)."...
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