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Strutz tosses 2 TD passes, runs for another in loss

WYOMING -- Midland put up 54 first-half points and cruised to a 66-20 win over Cedar Valley Christian in an 8-man football game Friday night.

The Eagles (4-0) were led by Ryan Leonard who scored three touchdowns in the first half and Cody Kanke who added two more.

Jeremy Strutz led the Huskies (0-3). He scrambled for 106 yards passing and two touchdowns and had 54 yards rushing and a touchdown.  Strutz and Nick Henderson, who ran for 72 yards, used the option sweep effectively against a strong Wyoming defense.

“I kind of like that option series,” said Strutz.  “You just read the play and decide.  Nick is so fast that he can get there ahead of the defense.  This is our first year, and football is just so much fun.  I just have to keep getting up and keep playing for my team.”

Attrition is becoming an issue for the Huskies.  They lost their leading receiver David Sperling to an ankle injury and Strutz and Henderson were nicked up as well.  With only 15 players on the squad, the injuries are piling up.

“Next week we will get two players back and be healthier,” said Huskies Coach Ed Betsworth.  “Strutz is just a courageous kid, as all of them are.  They just keep doing whatever we ask of them.  We work on the option and it begins to pay off, they just work so hard.  I am proud of them."

 

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Huskies win a set but lose 5 matches

CLINTON - Cedar Valley Christian won a set but lost all five of its matches Saturday at the Prince of Peace Invitational volleyball tournament.

Cedar Valley finished 0-5. The Huskies were beaten by Morningstar Academy, 21-5, 14-21, 6-15. They lost in straight sets to Anamosa (12-21, 18-21), Unity Christian, Ill., (18-21, 14-21), Preston (14-21, 13-21) and Prince of Pace (11-21, 18-21).

Cedar Valley Christian's Jessie Walsh was named to the all-tournament team. She had seven aces overall and eight digs against Prince of Peace.

The Huskies' Lindsey Cach had 13 kills overall. Taylor Fields had seven digs against Anamosa and five against Prince of Peace.

 

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Cedar Valley Christian falls at Dunkerton, 66-28

DUNKERTON - Cedar Valley Christian quarterback Jeremy Strutz scored on a one-yard sneak and Nick Henderson swept the right side for a two-point conversion to make the score 8-8 with 4:15 left in the first quarter Friday night.

Then the roof caved in.

Dunkerton scored 51 unanswered points, took a 59-8 lead into the halftime break and defeated the Huskies, 66-28, in an eight-man football game in Dunkerton.

The tenacious Cedar Valley Christian team refused to give up and dominated the second half and cut the Dunkerton lead. Strutz connected with Henderson on a 68-yard touchdown pass to make the score 59-28 with 56 seconds left in the game.

Dunkerton (1-2) then used two timeouts and its first-team offense scored its final touchdown with 27 seconds left to provide the final margin.

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 September 2011 03:43

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Montezuma blanks CVC spikers

Montezuma won three straight games and beat Cedar Valley Christian 3-0 in a volleyball match at the Huskies' gymnasium.

Montezuma won by scores of 25-10, 25-14 and 25-9.

CVC's Lindsey Cach had four kills, Izzy Hoffman three kills, Jessie Walsh four digs and two aces, Carly Silver three aces, and Maria Sequeira six assists.

Montezuma also won the JV match, 2-0. The scores were 25-23 and 25-11.

 

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Cedar Valley Christian spikers debut in IGHSAU

Cedar Valley Christian made school history Thursday night by playing its first volleyball matches as members of the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.

The Huskies got blanked in their first match against BGM, 25-16, 25-20, 25-19, then gave Waterloo Christian a spirited battle before falling 25-17, 15-25, 23-25, 25-19, 15-11.

Jessie Walsh had two kills, four digs and four aces for CVC against BGM. She had three more kills, three digs and 10 aces against Waterloo Christian.

Lindsey Cach had nine kills and an ace against Waterloo, Maria Sequeira had seven assists and four aces, and Izzy Hoffman collected four kills and two aces.

The games were played at Cedar Valley Christian.

   
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