FOOTBALL RESULTS: OCT. 13
StaceyPageOnline / Sports on Saturday, October 13, 2018
WARSAW JV 26, CONCORD 20
Warsaw finished the JV football season in style, beating Concord in Dunlap.
Aaron Greene rushed for two touchdowns, and Jacob Hawn and Patrick Zollinger both added rushing scores for the Tigers.
Zollinger also had an interception and led the Tiger defense along with Zac DeFord and Patrick Davenport on several stops.
Warsaw wraps up its JV season 6-3 overall and 5-1 in Northern Lakes Conference play.
TRITON JUNIOR HIGH 34, WINAMAC 14
The Trojan undercard went 7-2 on the season after the win over Winamac Saturday morning. Game stats were not immediately provided.
IOWA 42, INDIANA 16
Nate Stanley threw for 320 yards and a season-high six touchdowns, and the Iowa Hawkeyes beat the Indiana Hoosiers 42-16 in Big Ten action on Saturday.
Stanley connected with nine different wide receivers, completing 21 of 33 throws in a game where he was only sacked once.
Indiana’s opening drive looked promising, as the Hoosiers took the ball deep into Hawkeye territory, but the Iowa defense doubled down in the red zone and held the Hoosiers to a field goal, setting the tone for what would become an abysmal day on offense for Indiana. On the ensuing drive, Stanley threw an interception, but a pass interference call negated the turnover, setting up a 9-yard touchdown pass to TJ Hockenson.
Stanley relied on his tight ends heavily, connecting with Noah Fant and Hockenson for eight of his 21 completions. The two tight ends accounted for 208 of Stanley’s 320 passing yards, with Fant finishing the game with 101 yards and Hockenson totaling 107 yards.
Indiana was trailing 14-3 when Stanley made his only mistake of the day, an errant pass right in the direction of Hoosiers defender Thomas Allen, who set Indiana up in Iowa territory following his interception. On the next play of the game, Indiana quarterback Peyton Ramsey found Ty Fryfogle in the end zone for a 33-yard touchdown that made it a 14-10 Iowa lead. Ramsey finished with one touchdown and two interceptions, completing 31 of 42 pass attempts for 263 yards.
But Iowa’s offense was too much for the Hoosiers thanks to the Hawkeyes’ passing attack. The Hawkeyes went into the half with a 21-10 lead and never looked back, spoiling Indiana’s homecoming weekend.
The Hoosiers will have their work cut out for them during the second half of the season. Indiana needs two more wins to become bowl eligible. Indiana’s remaining six games features contests against No.8 Penn State and No.12 Michigan.