SPORTS SEPTEMBER 27, 2016Written by John Kuhens on September 27, 2016
FROM THE IRIS BOWLING CENTER AND SPLITZ LOUNGE SPORTS DESK.
The Mt. Pleasant Panther JV football team won at Ft. Madison Monday night 49-0.
Levi Puig 4 yd TD run (David Blancas PAT)
Levi Puig 6 yd TD run ( David Blancas PAT)
Levi Puig 10 yd TD run (David Blancas PAT)
Rego Barron 8 yd TD run (David Blancas PAT)
Caleb Potts 8 yd TD run (David Blancas PAT)
Bryce Anderson 8 yd TD run (David Blancas PAT)
Avante Henley 3 yd TD run (David Blancas PAT)
Bryce Anderson – 2/7 for 13 yds
Defense: (Didn’t allow Ft. Madison to have a 1st Down)
Caleb Potts – 8 tackles/2 assists
Chase Lamm – 4 tackles/3 assists
Caleb Potts (1)
Clayton Loving (1)
Colby Potts (1)
Next contest vs. West Burlington Monday Night 10/3
The Mt. Pleasant Middle School 7th grade girls hosted Ft. Madison Monday in volleyball.
A Match M.P. lost
Ava Lowery 10/10 7 aces
Ralyn Seberg 7/7 5 aces
B Match each team one set
Erica Dempsey 14/14 5 aces
C Match also had each team win a set.
Kayla Castellow 5/7 4 aces
The Mt. Pleasant Middle School 8th grade volleyball team played at Ft. Madison Monday evening.
“A” match was won by the Bloodhounds
MP serving stats: Elli Liechty 4-4 (2 points)
Emma Pieper 4-4 (2)
“B” match Ft. Madison won in two sets
MP SV stats: Noel Stewart 3-3 (1)
“C” match ended in a tie, each team won a set
MP SV stats: Jordan Aplara 11-12 (8)
The latest football rankings from the Associated Press has the 4-1 New London Tigers ranked 10th in the Class “A” field the #1 team is St. Ansgar. Lone Tree is ranked 4th in the 8 Man game that is topped by Fremont Mills. Class 5A is led by W. Des Moines Valley. C.R. Xavier is top ranked in class 3A, 2A is topped by North Fayette Valley.
ON THE SPORTS SCENE TODAY: Mt. Pleasant plays volleyball at Fairfield, Keokuk plays at Washington, Van Buren is at West Burlington, Newe London goes to Central Lee.
Mt. Pleasant girls and boys JV and varsity runs Cross Country at Muscatine today, the middle school teams are at Washington.
Iowa Wesleyan hosts Walford University in men’s soccer.