October 10 – SULLY – The Lynnville-Sully football team did all their damage in the first half against Ogden on Friday night.
The Hawks rushed for 416 yards and failed to throw a pass for the second straight week in a 51-15 home win over the Bulldogs. LS was leading 51-0 at halftime.
The victory was the sixth in a row for LS, who improved to 6-1 overall and 5-0 in the Class A play of District 6. He sets up a battle for the district championship with the host. Belle Plaine next week. Belle Plaine is also 5-0 in a district game.
Ogden ends his district season at 3-3. The Bulldogs, who currently sit third in the district, are 4-3 overall.
Corder Noun Harder led the Hawks with 166 rushing yards and three touchdowns in seven carries. He scored all three touchdown points in the first quarter, including one from 81 yards on the first scrimmage game. His third touchdown was a 38 yards.
Maxwell Mintle had four carries for 113 yards and one scoring and Kyle Squires rushed for 101 yards and two scores on 11 carries.
Lane Fisk scored on a 2-yard TD run at the end of the first quarter, Mintle’s TD run in the second covered 87 yards and Squires scored on 14 and 23 yards in the second.
Ogden finished with 259 total yards, threw two interceptions and lost a fumble.
Fisk led the defense with six tackles, while Conner Maston, Bryce Richards, Keegan DeWitt and Squires all had four tackles. Maston also had an interception. Mintle and Caleb Rea each had choices too.