Second round football scores, briefs

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Scores and briefs from second round games involving area teams of interest.

All classes of Iowa prep football will now enter the Sweet 16, with each of the surviving teams now officially declared as “playoff qualifiers” by the IHSAA. Teams who lost in the first or second round are considered to have played in the “postseason” are were not rewarded with banners or official “playoff” recognition.

The IHSAA will now reseed all classes. The Sweet 16 will play Oct. 30, with the quarterfinals to be held Nov. 6. All games will start at 7 p.m. and have an admission of $8.

Class 1A
PELLA CHRISTIAN 21, PANORAMA 19
The host Eagles (6-3) led, 14-6, entering the fourth quarter, with the Panthers unable to pull out the win. Panorama bows out at 6-3.

UNDERWOOD 37, WOODWARD-GRANGER 7
The 8-1 Eagles broke open a scoreless tie after one quarter to take a 13-0 lead into the intermission. Underwood led, 30-0, after producing a 17-0 third frame that iced the game. W-G finishes 6-3 overall.

VAN METER 36, AC/GC 0
EMMETSBURG 42, KUEMPER CATHOLIC 14
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Class 2A
GREENE COUNTY 24, CLARINDA 0
ATLANTIC 21, DES MOINES CHRISTIAN 0
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Class 3A
CARLISLE 49, DC-G 7
Visiting Carlisle (6-3) was unimpressed with the No. 1 ranking of previously undefeated DC-G (6-1) Friday and came out with confidence, seizing a 14-0 lead after one quarter. By halftime the issue had been decided, with the Wildcats stunning the Mustangs by opening a 42-7 lead at the break en route to the lopsided upset.

HARLAN 36, BONDURANT-FARRAR 7
LEWIS CENTRAL 35, NORWALK 7
BALLARD 28, NEVADA 7
PELLA 21, WINTERSET 7
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Class A
WEST HANCOCK 57, MADRID 14
GRUNDY CENTER 48, OGDEN 6
NODAWAY VALLEY 26, EARLHAM 0

ThePerryNews.com will have complete coverage of both the Woodward-Granger and Panorama games once complete statistics are available.

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