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DES MOINES — Radio Iowa High School Football Poll — SEPTEMBER 23, 2019

Class 4A
1. WDM Valley (4-0), LW #2 vs CB Thomas Jefferson
2. Dowling Catholic (3-1), LW #4 @ #8 Ankeny
3. Cedar Falls (4-0), LW #5 vs Dubuque Hempstead
4. Bettendorf (3-1), LW #3 @ CR Washington
5. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (3-1), LW #6 @ Davenport West
6. Ankeny Centennial (3-1), LW #1 @ Marshalltown
7. Southeast Polk (3-1), LW #7 @ #9 Fort Dodge
8. Ankeny (2-2), LW #8 vs #2 Dowling Catholic
9. Fort Dodge (4-0), LW #9 vs #7 S.E. Polk
10.Waterloo West (3-1), LW #10 vs CR Jefferson

 

Class 3A
1. Western Dubuque (4-0), LW #1 @ Dubuque Wahlert
2. Solon (4-0), LW #2 vs Fort Madison
3. Cedar Rapids Xavier (4-0), LW #3 vs Muscatine
4. Lewis Central (4-0), LW #5 vs Creston/O-M
5. Dallas Center-Grimes (3-1), LW (X) vs Perry
6. North Scott (3-1), LW #4 vs Central DeWitt
7. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (3-1), LW #7 vs Sioux City Heelan
8. Washington (4-0), LW #8 vs Keokuk
9. Independence (4-0), LW (X) @ Independence
10.Norwalk (3-1), LW (X) vs Carlisle

 

Class 2A
1. Waukon (4-0), LW #1 @ #10 Monticello
2. Clear Lake (4-0), LW #2 @ Hampton-Dumont
3. Algona (4-0), LW #3 @ Garner-Hayfield-Ventura
4. Waterloo Columbus (4-0), LW #6 vs Oelwein
5. Des Moines Christian (4-0), LW #5 @ Centerville
6. Greene County (4-0), LW #7 @ Shenandoah
7. Benton (4-0), LW #8 vs Union (LaPorte City)
8. OABCIG (4-0), LW #10 vs Red Oak
9. Crestwood (2-2), LW #4 vs Iowa Falls-Alden
10.Monticello (4-0), LW (X) vs #1 Waukon

 

Class 1A
1. West Sioux (4-0), LW #1 @ Sibley-Ocheyedan
2. Dike-New Hartford (4-0), LW #2 vs North Linn
3. Van Meter (4-0), LW #3 vs ACGC
4. West Branch (4-0), LW #4 vs Bellevue
5. West Lyon (4-0), LW #5 @ Emmetsburg
6. South Central Calhoun (4-0), LW #6 vs Ogden
7. Western Christian (4-0), LW #7 vs Unity Christian
8. Iowa City Regina (3-1), LW (X) @ East Marshall
9. Mounty Ayr (4-0), LW #9 vs West Central Valley
10.Treynor (4-0), LW #10 @ East Sac County

 

Class A
1. West Hancock (4-0), LW #1 @ #9 Garrigan
2. Saint Ansgar (4-0), LW #2 @ Nashua-Plainfield
3. North Tama (4-0), LW #3 vs East Buchanan
4. Westwood (Sloan) (4-0), LW #6 @ Logan-Magnolia
5. Wapsie Valley (3-1), LW #5 @ South Winneshiek
6. Grundy Center (4-0), LW #8 vs GMG (Garwin)
7. BGM (Brooklyn ) (4-0), LW #7 vs Highland (Riverside)
8. South O’Brien (4-0), LW #10 @ HMS (Hartley)
9. Algona Garrigan (3-1), LW #9 vs #1 West Hancock
10.MFL MarMac (4-0), LW (X) vs Clayton Ridge

 

Eight-man
1. Don Bosco (4-0), LW #1 vs Tripoli
2. Turkey Valley (4-0), LW #2 vs Central City
3. Remsen St. Mary’s (4-0), LW #4 vs AR-WE-VA
4. Coon Rapids-Bayard (4-0), LW #5 vs West Harrison
5. Audubon (4-1), LW #6 vs Boyer Valley
6. Lenox (5-0), LW #8 vs Mormon Trail
7. Montezuma (4-0), LW (X) @ Lone Tree
8. Harris-Lake Park (4-0), LW #9 @ West Bend-Mallard
9. Newell-Fonda (3-0), LW #10 vs River Valley
10.New London (4-0), LW #3 @ HLV

 

 

AMES — Iowa State quarterback Brock Purdy has been named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week. Purdy set a school record with 510 yards of total offense in a 72-20 win over Louisiana-Monroe after turning the ball over on the Cyclones’ first two possessions.

That’s Iowa State coach Matt Campbell who has been impressed with Purdy’s ability to handle adversity.

Campbell says running back Johnnie Lange and safety Greg Eisworth should be able to play at Baylor after getting injured on Saturday. Kene Nwangwu is questionable with lingering soreness.

Baylor coach Matt Ruhle will know a lot more about his team after Saturday’s Big 12 opener against Iowa State. The Bears are 3-0 but all three wins have come against inferior opponents.

Ruhle says Iowa State’s Brock Purdy has become a complete quarterback.

Ruhle says the Bears need to find a way to score enough against the Cyclone defense.

Kickoff at Baylor on Saturday is scheduled for 2:30

 

 

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Wild are aiming to return to the playoffs after a rocky season followed by the firing of general manager Paul Fenton, who was replaced by Bill Guerin. Realizing the scant external expectations for their success in the rugged Western Conference, the Wild have brought an extra edge to the ice this fall because of it. The return from injury by Mikko Koivu and Matt Dumba ought to provide a boost as well. The Wild start the regular season Oct. 3 at Nashville.


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