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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012 12:56 p.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012 12:57 p.m. CDT

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Tri-Center 54, Nodaway Valley 7

GREENFIELD — A 26-point second quarter broke open a close game as Tri-Center, Neola went on to a 54-7 victory over Nodaway Valley here Friday.

The Wolverines fall to 0-6 overall and 0-3 in Class 1A District 8.

The game was tied at 7 apiece after Kain Queck’s 7-yard rush and Ryan Williams’ kick tied it with :17 left in the first quarter.

But Tri-Center quickly answered back, scoring on the final play of the first quarter to regain the lead.

Then, a series of big offensive plays and good special teams play propelled Tri-Center to a 40-7 lead heading into halftime.

“Tri-Center is a good football team,” head coach Steve Shantz said. “We moved the ball well, but could not finish once again. Big plays and special teams blew open the game in the second quarter after a very competitive first quarter.”

Nodaway Valley travels to Treynor on Friday.

Tri-Center 54, Nodaway Valley 7

Tri-Center 14 26 7 7 - 54

NV 7 0 0 0 - 7

1st quarter

TC — Ben Wellman 5 run (Devin Heinen kick), 3:18

NV — Kain Queck 7 run (Ryan Williams kick), :17

TC — Wellman 2 run (Heinen kick), :00

2nd quarter

TC — Doug Hoke 43 run (Heinen kick), 10:40

TC — Wellman 3 run (Heinen kick), 6:05

TC — Hoke 48 punt return (kick blocked), 4:43

TC — Loren Williams 3 pass from Britton Barrier (kick blocked), :00

3rd quarter

TC — Williams 1 run (Heinen kick), 6:26

4th quarter

TC — Wes Zimmerman 2 run (Heinen kick), 4:23

Individual leaders

Rushing: TC - Ben Wellman 1-95, Britton Barier 3-43, Doug Hoke 5-130, Loren Williams 13-56, Wes Zimmerman 1-2, Ethan Christensen 5-3. NV - Zach Brewer 13-60, Brad Baudler 11-47, Kain Queck 5-30, Brennen Weiland 4-23.

Passing: TC - Barrier 2-4-0 for 60 yards. NV - Baudler 7-16-0 for 85 yards.

Receiving: TC - Hoke 1-57, Williams 1-3. NV - Ryan Williams 5-66, Queck 2-10, Zach Plymesser 1-9.

Tackles: NV - Jared Thompson 10, Michael Stender 9, Caleb Mueller 8, Tim Hansen 7, Queck 5, Baudler 5, Williams 4, Justin Pope 4, Jaydn Erlandson 4.

Lamoni 50,

East Union 48

LAMONI — A 10-point East Union halftime lead disintegrated in the second half here Friday, as Lamoni came from behind to win 50-48 over the Eagles.

Trevor Barnett had a monster day through the air, completing 12-of-26 for 321 yards and five touchdowns, compared to just one interception.

Three of those touchdowns went to Caleb Case, who hauled in six catches in total for 145 yards.

Sean Schmitz added a 79-yard touchdown catch and Bryson Kinyon caught two passes for 73 yards, including a 65-yard score.

Barnett and Kinyon each added a rushing touchdown.

Jeremiah Crago led the team with 19 total tackles.

East Union drops to 2-6 overall and 1-3 in the district. The Eagles host Mormon Trail on Friday.

Lamoni 50, East Union 48

Individual leaders

Rushing: EU - Trevor Barnett 27-38, Bryson Kinyon 11-36, Johnathan Weis 7-3. L - Jackson Carr 11-123, Jacob Williams 6-52, Daniel Ansong 15-41, Colton Ranney 10-18, Cody Swigart 2-3, Dylan Pitt 2-(-5).

Passing: EU - Barnett 12-26-1 for 321 yards. L - Carr 4-14-0 for 105, Pitt 3-10-0 for 30, Austin Tull 0-1-1.

Receiving: EU - Caleb Case 6-145, Sean Schmitz 1-79, Kinyon 2-73, Mike Ward 2-16, Weis 1-8. L - Caleb Heltenberg 4-75, Beau Bjorland 2-50, Williams 1-10.

Tackles: EU - Jeremiah Crago 19, Case 11, Kinyon 9, Levi Moffitt 7, Cole Cambell 6, Ward 5, Dylan Cunningham 5, Brandon Wittstock 3, Brandon Hulsey 2.

CAM 60, Lenox 20

ANITA — CAM used a good mix of running and passing to race past Lenox Friday, 60-20.

CAM is now tied with Fremont-Mills at 4-1 in the district, and 5-2 overall. They stand one game behind Sidney, which defeated F-M Friday night. Lenox, also 5-2 overall, stands fourth in the district at 4-2 with a one game lead over Corning, which visits Lenox this Friday.

Lenox and CAM traded early touchdowns Friday, but CAM moved in front 22-6 by the end of the first period, and the contest snowballed from there, coach Allen Dukes said.

“We had opportunities, but dropped passes really hurt our drives,” Dukes said. “The defense didn’t tackle very well and missed coverages allowed CAM’s offense all the opportunities it needed to put the game away.”

CAM 60, Lenox 20

Lenox 6 0 0 14 - 20

CAM 22 22 8 8 - 60

1st quarter

C — Brady Runyan 55 run (Jarrad Cavin pass from Trevor McKee), 9:48

L — Caleb Lange 5 pass from Mason Peterson (run failed), 6:14

C — McKee 17 run (run failed), 4:36

C — McKee 35 pass from Trace Ticknor (Ticknor run), 1:23

2nd quarter

C — Cavin 19 pass from McKee (Dylan Amdor run), 9:38

C — Cavin 26 pass from Ticknor (McKee run), 5:11

C — Ticknor 7 run (pass failed), :41

3rd quarter

C — McKee 4 run (Amdor run), 6:21

4th quarter

L — Josh Mitchell 3 run (Brown pass from Cline), 6:13

C — Jordan Bazer 30 run (Hoste pass from McAfee), 4:17

L — Mitchell 4 run (run failed), :49.

Individual leaders

Rushing: L - Josh Mitchell 10-48, Dustyn Rauch 13-45, Dustin Gordon 7-28, Frank Hoffman 2-28, Mason Peterson 7-(-18). C - Brady Runyan 9-111, Dylan Amdor 13-80, Trace Ticknor 5-48, Trevor McKee 6-31, Jordan Bazer 4-34, Austin Williamson 2-4, Ryan Barnholdt 1-2.

Passing: L - Mason Peterson 3-8-0 for 46 yards. C - Trevor McKee 5-6-0 for 84 yards, Trace Ticknor 2-4-0 for 61 yards, Drew Ticknor 1-2-0 for 17 yards.

Receiving: L - Grant Christensen 2-41, Caleb Lange 1-5. C - Jarrad Cavin 3-63, Trevor McKee 1-35, Amdor 2-27, Runyan 1-20, Michael Holste 1-17.

Tackles (solo-assists): L - Hugo Montiel 4-7, Dustin Gordon 3-7, Todd Stoaks 2-7, G. Christensen 3-5, Peterson 6-2.

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