Football Broadcast Preview For Friday October 9th

Northwest Iowa — The regular season comes to a close for Iowa High School Football in what has been anything but a “regular” season.  With changes to the season due to COVID – 19 all teams will be in the playoffs so tonight’s action has an effect on every Iowa High School teams playoff position. Sheldon will be at MOC Floyd Valley while Boyden Hull Rock Valley will host Storm Lake at A.R. Hesla Field in Hull

Sheldon is coming off a loss to Unity in Orange City last week. The Orabs are 1-5 on the year and 0-4 in the district. The Dutch come in at 0-6 on the year.

With a change in offense the Dutch have given defenses more to be concerned with this season.

That’s Sheldon Head Coach Tyler Lloyd. The keys to a potential Orab win involve the fundamentals.

MOC Floyd Valley Head Coach Grant Hegsted has these thoughts about the Orab defense.

The key to a Dutch win is playing a three phase game.

The Coach Kory Roos joins LA for the broadcast on FM 100.7 and AM 1550.


Boyden Hull Rock Valley posted a win at Spencer last Friday and will take a 4-2 season record and 3-1 district mark into a home contest against Storm Lake. The Tornadoes are 2-4 on the season and 2-2 in Class 3A’s district 1. This weeks match up will be at A.R. Hesla Field in   Hull.

Nighthawks Head Coach Corey Brandt feels prepping for the same offense two weeks in a row does help with game planning but there is a caveat.

Also for a second week playing with discipline will be the big key.

Tornado Head Coach Rudy Wieck says the first attention getter from the Nighthawks is their pre snap movement.

The Tornado blue print for success looks like this.

Jon and Justin Hellinga continue full season coverage of Nighthawk football on KIWA FM 105.3. Pregame for both contests will begin at 6:30 from the game sites with opening kickoff set for 7:00. Both games will be streamed from the website at




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