Martensdale-St. Marys dominated Lamoni Friday in a 50-0 win in Martensdale.
Kade Mullins rushed 19 times for 232 yards in the rout, scoring three touchdowns. Cooper Oberbroeckling threw 58 yards for a touchdown and scored another on three yards of rushing.
The Blue Devils scored twice in the first quarter, then added another 8 points in the second to make it 22-0 going into halftime.
Huston led the defense with 8.5 tackles and a sack.
Indianola football fell 34-16 to No. 1 Lewis Central Friday in Council Bluffs to move to 3-1 on the season.
The two teams stayed even in the first half, going to the locker room tied at 7, but the Titans found their footing in the third quarter, scoring 21 points in six minutes to get the win.
Indianola added another 9 in the third, but that was all the scoring they could muster.
No other stats were available at press time. Indianola will remain on the road next week, traveling to Perry before heading home for a Homecoming game against Norwalk and then Carlisle.
Carlisle earned a 53-14 win over Des Moines Lincoln at Lincoln Friday.
Norwalk earned a 42-28 win over Dallas Center Grimes on Friday, leaving the Mustangs winless on the season as Norwalk moved to 3-1.
The Warriors went up 14-7 in the first quarter, but the Mustangs answered in the second and the two teams went into the locker room tied at 21. Norwalk scored two unanswered touchdowns in the third to make it 34 before adding a final score in the fourth. The Mustangs had a touchdown as well, but couldn’t come back for the win.
Norwalk faces Boone, 0-4, in Norwalk next Friday at 7:30 p.m.
The Warhawks defeated Seymour 63-0 in Seymour Friday, spoiling homecoming for the Warriors and moving to 4-1.
Southeast Warren went up 33-0 in the first quarter, then added another 16 in the second to make it 49-0 at the half before adding 14 more points in the second half for the win.
Landon Harvey threw for 63 yards and two touchdowns while Trey Fisher led the Warhawks in rushing with 74 yards and two TDs. He also received a 50-yard pass for another touchdown.
The Warhawks will face Montezuma for Homecoming next Friday at 7 p.m.
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