Week 9 football notes

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South Central Calhoun

The No. 6 ranked Titans will try to capture an outright district title tonight against Pocahontas Area. A win will help insure that the Titans would have at least one home game in the playoffs.

Coon Rapids-Bayard

The Crusaders are in a weird position. Against E-EH-K the No. 5 Crusaders are almost assured a playoff spot. A loss won’t hurt their district standing, but a win, and some help could have the Crusaders hoisting a district co-championship.


Overall the Wolves have essentially wrapped up at least a share of the district title. The news gets better for them as they host Ridge View, a team who has only beaten St. Edmond this year.

East Sac County

For the Raiders their season will come to a close on Friday night, but a win over winless MVAOCOU would help the Raiders continue to play with confidence, which they have been playing with in recent weeks.


Both Glidden-Ralston and West Harrison enters Friday game trying to reverse recent streaks. Although the Wildcats have fallen in their past two games, they should be favored against the Hawkeyes.


The Rockets could continue to build for next year in this weekends game against River Valley. For Cooper Kock, Will Ragaller, and others this is just the start of practice for next season.

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