Northwest Iowa — Week six of the high school football schedule finds Sheldon at Estherville Lincoln Central as the Midgets celebrate homecoming. The Orabs are coming off a home loss to Central Lyon George Little Rock while the Midgets lost to Sioux Center last Friday.
Orab Head Coach Tyler Lloyd sees the Midgets as fundamentaly sound on both sides of the ball.
Keys for an Orab win include playing a four quarter game and playing clean.
Estherville-Lincoln Central Head Coach Andy Umthun is impressed with the Orabs’ athleticism and offensive strategy.
Coach Umthun says Estherville-Lincoln Central’s keys comes down to defense.
Kory Roos joins LA for the coverage on KIWA AM 1550.
Boyden Hull Rock Valley celebrates homecoming at Hesla Field in Hull. It’s a battle of district unbeatens as both come in at 3-0. For the year the Nighthawks are 4-1 with the Braves at 3-2 on the season. The Nighthawks won on the road at Pocahontas last Friday with the Braves posting a win over MOC Floyd Valley.
Cherokee comes in playing with a lot of emotion. Nighthawk Head Coach Cory Brandt agrees that alone makes them dangerous.
The key to a Nighthawks win comes down to simply doing things right.
Cherokee Head Coach Travis Schipper talks about the challenge presented by the Nighthawks and being able to play a meaningful game in week six.
The key for the Braves is to be fundamentally sound.
Jon and Justin bring you the call on KIWA FM 105.3. Pregame for both broadcasts begin with the Radio Iowa Scouting Report at 6:05. Kick offs are set for 7:00. We’ll stream from the website at www.kiwaradio.com.