Warriors can't stop Frey, Falcons rushing attack
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 6:58 AM
It was a battle of one strong offense versus another Monday night in Calmar in the Class 1A second round tournament match-up.
South Winn’s Colton Hageman battles for the ball. He became the school’s all-time leading rusher Monday. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)
In the end, District 3 No. 2 seed Aplington-Parkersburg's high octane running game wore down the District 4 No. 1 seed South Winn defense first in the 49-22 AP victory.
South Winn ends the year 9-2 overall while Aplington-Parkersburg (9-2) moves on to get a rematch with District 3 No. 1 seed Dike-New Hartford (11-0) in the quarterfinals.
"This was a great run. Our kids played the best they could," said SW Coach Jason Ohrt.
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