WEEKEND SPORTS: BC and BP win in non-district action Friday

Friday, Sept. 6, 2019

Class 2A non-district football at Cascade

Benton 30, Cascade 0

  • Passing: Clay Krousie, 19 for 39, 381 yards, 3 TD, longest TD 52 yards
  • Rushing: Lawrence Wallace, 15 carries for 61 yards; Krousie, 6 carries for 39 yards, 1 TD. 116 yards overall.
  • Receiving: Wyatt Bieschke, 1 for 10 yards; Jacob Brecht, 4 for 83 yards; Blake Osborn, 2 for 73 yards; Turner Schroeder, 9 for 168 yards, 3 TD, longest TD 52 yards; Cade Timmerman, 3 for 47 yards.
  • Leading tackles: Ian Rupp, 5 tackles; Cade Timmerman, 4 tackles; Austin Roos, 4 tackles, 1 solo for loss; Austin Timmerman, 2 solo for loss; Ethan Weirather, 1 solo for loss.
  • Fumble recovery: Cade Timmerman, 1.
  • PAT: Blake Osborn, 3 for 4
  • Field goal: Osborn, 1 for 3, 40 yards
  • Kickoffs: 6 for 209 yards, 4 touchbacks
  • Punting: Osborn, 1 for 49 yards
  • Kickoff return: Drew Lange, 1 for 0 yards
  • Punt return: Wyatt Bieschke, 1 for 5 yards

Cascade had 60 yards passing and 146 yards rushing.

Coach Z’s comments: Defense did a great job all night with executing the game plan and rallying to the football as a unit.  Our front 7 did a good job pressuring on passing situations to keep their QB uncomfortable and our secondary was solid in coverage.  On offense, we were a little slow to start as we were trying to figure out some adjustments with our blocking as Cascade did a good job changing up fronts to keep us off balance.  We started to throw the ball successfully which opened up some running lanes in the second half.  Clay Krousie did a good job reading the defense and making decisions with the football, setting a school record for passing yards in a game. Turner Schroeder had a really nice night receiving with 3 touchdown catches.  We still need to clean up some mistakes that were made in the red zone, but look to continue to show improvements on a weekly basis.  

District 7 scores, Class 2A, non-district

Sept. 6, 2019

  • Benton Community 30, Cascade, Western Dubuque 0
  • Gilbert 35, Roland-Story, Story City 12
  • Greene County 42, Nevada 41
  • North Fayette Valley 39, Union, La Porte City 14
  • Vinton-Shellsburg 36, Tipton 22

Sept. 13, 2019, all non-district

  • Benton Community at Center Point-Urbana
  • Denver at West Marshall, State Center
  • Nevada at Perry
  • PCM, Monroe at Roland-Story, Story City
  • Union, La Porte City at Charles City
  • Vinton-Shellsburg at Oelwein

Belle Plaine 62, North Mahaska 0, at New Sharon

  • Passing: Ben DeMeulenaere, 5 of 8, 59 yards, 1 TD
  • Rushing: Trevin Straight, 12 carries for 239 yards, 3 TD; Jaxon Kressley, 5 carries for 48 yards, 1 TD; Brooks DeMeulenaere, 2 carries for 29 yards, 1 TD; Luke DeMeulenaere, 8 carries for 45 yards; Gerard Smith, 1 TD; Connor Timm, 1 TD. 406 yards overall.
  • Receiving: Luke DeMeulenaere, 2 for 33 yards; Kressley, 1 for 13 yards; Marcel Smith, 1 for 8 yard, 1 TD; Trevin Straight, 1 for 5 yards.
  • Leading tacklers: Ethan Allie, 4 tackles, 2 solo for loss, 2 solo sacks; Eli Ehlen, 3 tackles, 2 solo tackles for loss, 1 solo sack
  • Interceptions: Luke DeMeulenaere, 1 for 6 yards; Kressley, 1 for 17 yards.
  • Fumble recoveries: Ethan Allie and Connor Timm, 1 eachj
  • Kickoffs: Brooks DeMeulenaere, 3 for 102 yards; Ehlen, 4 for 153 yards; Stephen Leonard, 2 for 52 yards
  • Punting: Ben DeMeulenaere, 1 for 26 yards
  • Kickoff returns: Trevin Straight, 1 for 23 yards
  • Punt returns: Jaxon Kressley, 1 for 1 yard
Trevin Straight runs for Belle Plaine against North Mahaska (Plainsmen football photo)

North Mahaska had 74 yards passing and 74 yards rushing.

Coach Bohlen’s comments: I thought after our 1st drive where we went three and out and had to punt the ball our offense settled in and put together some really nice drives. Defensively we are able to create 2 INT’s and 2 Fumbles giving us a short field to work with as well. I was happy that the JV was able to play out the entire 4th quarter and all the players recorded valuable varsity experience. Going forward we need to keep improving every week and stay healthy all the while building depth with such a limited number of players out. Next week playing Lisbon on the turf at Cornell College will be quite the experience for our guys and we are really looking forward to that opportunity.

District 6 scores, Class A, non-district

Sept. 6, 2019

  • Belle Plaine 62, North Mahaska, New Sharon 0
  • Highland, Riverside 32, Alburnett 21
  • Mid-Prairie, Wellman 43, Pekin 0
  • North Cedar, Stanwood 24, Durant 22

Sept. 13, 2019, Class A, non-district

  • Belle Plaine at Lisbon
  • Durant at Tipton
  • Highland, Riverside at Lynnville-Sully
  • Mediapolis at Pekin
  • North Mahaska, New Sharon vs B-G-M, Brooklyn

BENTON VOLLEYBALL

Photo from Benton Community

Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019 at BCLUW

Benton 21-21, PCM 9-10

Abby Brunssen had 7 kills. Grace Embretson had 6 assists. Brunssen had 4 digs and two blocks. Serving: Brunssen, 10 for 10, 2 aces. Sophia Carlson, 4 for 4; Embretson, 11 for 12, 1 aces; Olivia Janss, 3 for 5; Sienna Kaestner, 1 for 1; Caitlin Keiper, 1 for 1; Kayla Lambe, 0 for 1; Rachel Maschino, 2 for 3; Addison Phillips, 0 for 1; Mallory Thys, 3 for 3. Benton was 18 of 41 in kills with 5 errors, and 35 of 41 in serves with 3 aces.

No. 9 Hudson 21-21, Benton 8-7

Embretson had 3 kills. Embretson and Thys had 3 assists each. Thys had 5 digs. Serving: Brunssen, 2 for 2; Carlson, 1 for 2; Embretson, 3 for 3; Janss, 2 for 3; Keiper, 1 for 1; Lambe, 0 for 1; Maschino, 1 for 1; Thys, 3 for 3. Benton had 7 of 51 in kills with 12 errors, and 13 of 16 in serves.

Benton 16-21-15, No. 15 BCLUW 21-17-6

Brunssen had 14 kills. Embretson had 14 assists and 10 digs. Thys had 8 assists and 12 digs. Brunssen had 2 blocks. Serving: Brunssen, 11 for 11, 1 ace; Carlson, 5 for 5; Embretson, 6 for 6; Janss, 11 for 11 with 1 ace; Keiper, 1 for 1; Lambe, 4 for 4; Phillips, 1 for 1; Thys, 7 for 8. Team was 22 of 84 in kills with 18 errors, and 46 of 47 in serves with 2 aces.

Benton 21-21, South Tama 12-11

Lambe had 5 kills. Embretson had 5 assists. Carlson and Embretson had 4 digs each. Serving: Brunssen was 9 for 10; Carlson, 9 for 9 with 1 ace; Embretson, 6 for 7; Janss, 3 for 3; Kaestner, 3 for 3; Thys, 5 for 6. Team was 16 of 53 in kills with 7 errors, and 38 of 40 in serves with 1 ace.

Benton 21-21, North Polk 18-18

Brunssen had 9 kills. Embretson had 12 assists. Thys had 7 assists. Lambe had 8 digs. Serves: Brunssen, 4 for 4; Carlson, 6 for 7; Embretson, 9 for 9 with 2 aces; Janss, 1 for 3; Kaestner, 9 for 9; Lambe, 7 for 8 with 1 ace; Thys, 1 for 1. Team was 22 of 56 in kills with 9 errors, and 37 of 41 in serves with 3 aces.

Benton is 6-3 as of Sept. 9, and Belle Plaine is 5-5.

BELLE PLAINE VOLLEYBALL

Saturday, Sept. 7, at Vinton-Shellsburg

Belle Plaine 21-21, Iowa Valley 16-19

Nicholaa Phillippe and 6 kills; Hayley Pringle and Alyssa Tegeler, 4 each. Mandy Chizek had 15 assists. Phillippe had 9 digs; Tegeler had 2 blocks. Serving: Grace Bean, 5 for 5, 2 aces; Chizek, 4 for 4, 2 aces; Macy Dodd, 7 of 8, 1 ace; Kieran Holmberg, 6 of 8, 2 aces; Phillippe 8 of 8; Tegeler, 7 of 8, 1 ace. Belle Plaine was 16 of 53 in kills with 10 errors, and 37 of 41 in serves with 8 aces.

Belle Plaine 21-21, Nashua-Plainfield 18-9

Phillippe had 7 kills. Chizek had 18 assists. Dodd had 10 digs. Pringle had 3 blocks. Serving: Bean, 1 for 2; Chizek, 11 for 11, 2 aces; Dodd, 5 for 5; Holmberg, 6 for 6; Phillippe, 10 for 10, 2 aces; Tegeler, 3 for 5. Belle Plaine was 18 of 37 for kills with 4 errors, and 36 of 39 for serves with 4 aces.

Janesville 21-21, Belle Plaine 9-15

With 2 kills each were Jacy Gates, Phillippe and Tegeler. Chizek had 6 assists. Phillippe had 7 digs. Tegeler had 6 blocks. Serving: Bean, 1 for 2; Chizek, 2 for 2; Dodd, 2 for 2; Holmberg, 4 for 4; Phillippe, 6 for 65 with 1 ace; Tegeler, 7 for 7 with 1 ace. Belle Plaine was 8 of 38 in kills with 5 errors, and 22 of 23 in serves with 2 aces.

Vinton-Shellsburg 21-25, Belle Plaine 9-23

Phillippe had 6 kills. Chizek had 16 assists. Phillippe had 10 digs. Tegeler had 3 blocks. Serving: Bean, 2 for 4 with 1 ace; Chizek, 3 for 4; Dodd, 7 for 7; Holmberg, 6 for 6 with 1 ace; Phillippe, 2 for 4; Tegeler, 7 for 7, 1 ace. Belle Plaine was 16 of 44 in kills with 10 errors, and 28 of 32 in serves with 3 aces.

West Delaware 21-21, Belle Plaine 11-13

Tegeler had 2 kills. Chizek had 5 assists. Serving: Bean, 4 for 4 with 1 ace; Chizek, 2 for 2; Dodd, 3 for 3; Holmberg, 4 for 4; Phillippe, 3 for 3; Tegeler, 5 for 5 with 1 ace. Belle Plaine was 5 of 27 in kills with 5 errors, and 21 of 21 in serves with 2 aces.

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