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Middle school football

Published: Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013 1:21 a.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013 7:32 a.m. CDT

7th football

Creston/O-M seventh-graders won an exciting 36-28 game over Winterset here Thursday. Creston/O-M also won the B game, 6-0.

“Our boys were very selfish today and didn’t allow the Winterset boys very many touches,” said Creston/O-M coach Dick Clark. “We ground out over 400 yards of total offense and kept the ball out of the hands of the high-scoring Huskies.”

Walker Patterson, Zac Hague, Deon Mongar, James McDonald, Trevor Kinyon, Kendall Crawford, Christian Gist, Matt Borha and Beau Barncastle controlled the lines, coach Clark said. Workhorses in the backfield were Kylan Smallwood and Dale Boyer, and Beau Barncastle recovered three fumbles.

Isaac Davis scored on a 5-yard run for the only touchdown in the B game, and the Panther defense posted a shutout. Clark credited the defensive line for playing aggressive and making good tackles.

The seventh-graders play at Clarinda Thursday.

A game

Creston/O-M 36,

Winterset 28

Rushing — Kylan Smallwood 20-155, 1 TD; Dale Boyer 14-159, 3 TDs; Tristan Travis 1-3; Hunter Simpson 2-20.

Passing — Simpson 6 completions for 73 yards.

Receiving — Boyer 4-73; Walker Patterson 1-1.

Tackles — Walker Patterson 6, Matthew Borha 4, Beau Barncastle 4, Kendall Crawford 3, Zach Hague 3, Christian Gist 3, Hunter Simpson 2, Dale Boyer 2, Dean Monger 2.

Fumble recoveries — Barncastle 3.

B game

Creston/O-M 6, Winterset 0

Rushing — Beau Barncastle 5-43; Chris Berry 3-28; Isaac Davis 3-23, 1 TD.

Passing — Barncastle 2 completions for 17 yards.

Receiving — Ngugen-Schnomeier 2-17.

Tackles — Sheldon Wilson 4, Jeff Dillenburg 3, Austin Schnormeir 3, Isaac Davis 2, Hank Looney 2, Tanner Amos 2.

8th grade

WINTERSET — Creston/O-M came away with a hard-fought 6-0 victory in eighth-grade play against Winterset Thursday.

Winterset won the B game 14-0.

Coach Kristopher “Kritter” Hayes said the 6-0 victory was decided on the line of scrimmage.

“We controlled it on both sides of the ball and all of our linemen deserve a lot of credit,” Hayes said. “Our defense stood strong and had two goal-line stands. Out offense controlled the ball throughout the game and allowed Winterset only one offensive play in the fourth quarter.”

Controlling Winterset’s wishbone running attack was key.

“Coach Hiatt made great substitutions that kept our guys fresh during the game, which enabled us to get first downs,” Hayes said.

Creston/O-M, 2-1, plays at Clarinda Thursday at 5:30 p.m., after the 4 p.m. seventh-grade game.

A game

Creston/O-M 6, Winterset 0

Rushing — Kolby Tomas 27-182; Evan Jacobson 2-2; Jaden Driskell 3-4.

Passing — Driskell 2-6-1 for 18 yards, 1 TD.

Receiving — Jacobson 1-9, 1 TD.

Tackles – Trevor Downing 7, Kolby Tomas 6, Blake Sevier 5, Tucker Flynn 2, Cole Higgins 2.

Interceptions — Jacobson 2.

Fumble recoveries — Seth Steinback 1.

Pass breakups — Jacobson 1.

B game

Winterset 14,

Creston/O-M 0

Rushing — Dalten Bierle 3-5, Treyg Webb 2-6.

Tackles — Bierle 5, Kelby Luther 3, Garrett Dahl 2, Clayton Davis 2, Randall Pingree 2.

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