Upsets may have been on the minds of IKM-Manning in their season finale, but it was Logan-Magnolia that stretched out a win.
The regular season ended on a somewhat sour note for the Wolves as they fell to Logan-Magnolia 35-6 on Friday.
The Wolves broke through with a score from Justin Segebart with 1:13 left in the fourth quarter when he was able to break free from a 27-yard run. IKM-Manning went for a two point conversion, but the pass fell incomplete.
Segebart’s run capped off a four-play, 51-yard drive by the Wolves, and it was the last score of the game for either Logan-Magnolia and IKM-Manning.
Overall the Wolves were able to gain 172 yards on Friday night. 145 of those yards came through the ground. They also had 27 passing yards. Logan-Magnolia totaled 334 yards, with 272 yards coming off the rush and 62 passing yards.
Leading the rushing attack was Kyler Rasmussen who rushed for 63 yards off 12 runs. Segebart had 40 yards off two rushes, including the touchdown run. Drew Doyel had 19 yards off eight rushes.
Mitchell Kerkhoff finished with three rushes for 11 yards. Lane Sams added 11 yards off two rushes. Irlmeier had five yards and Nolan Ramsey concluded the game with -4 yards rushing.
Ramsey completed three of his seven passes for 27 yards. That included an interception.
Doyle led the receiving group with 22 yards coming off two receptions. Hayden McLaughlin caught one pass for five yards.
Overall the Wolves were able to acquire eight first downs. Logan-Magnolia had 17 in the game.
Kerkhoff led the defense with 13 tackles. Rasmussen added 10. Irlmeier finished with eight tackles while Doyel and Cooper Pardew both had seven. James Vega had five tackles. Luke Ramsey finished with five tackles as well.
Max Nielsen had three tackles, Hayden McLaughlin added two.
Hunter Smith, Brody Swearingen and Andan Spooner all had two tackles. Tanner Crawford finished with one tackle.