Written by on October 6, 2012 in Sports

Washington and Mt. Pleasant renewed their rivalry in high school football Friday night on Case field in Washington. The final score was Demons 62 Panthers 7. Washington scored on their very first play from scrimmage and continued their dominance scoring the first nine times they touched the football. Demons led 28-0 at the end of the first quarter, 55-0 at halftime and scored their final TD in the third period. Mt. Pleasant’s lone score was a Josh Larson run and Liam Clancy PAT.
The Panthers are now 2-5 on the season and 2-2 in the district, Keokuk comes to Evans Field this Friday for the final home game of the season.
Washington won the freshman game 27-26, M.P. led 14-7 at halftime. Darren Hunter and Court Maddy each had 2 touchdowns. Joe Hess Passed for over 150 yards and Levi Stevens had over 100 yards in receiving. Colten Mertens, Cameron Keomonevong and Keegan Pullis led the defensive effort.
Monday night the JV teams of the two schools will play on Evans Field at Maple Leaf Complex.
Other area football scores: Williamsburg over Keokuk 33-27 in overtime, Carlisle 42 Centerville 6, Fairfield 8 Ft. Madison 7, Bettendorf 37 Burlington 0, Columbus 38 Central Lee 30, Mt.Vernon 60 L&M 36, Mediapolis 41 Mid Prairie 0, West Liberty 49 West Burlington-Notre Dame 0, Wapello 36 Cardinal 3, Highland 62 Danville 6, Lisbon 69 New London 0, Lone Tree 62 Van Buren 0, Waco 48 WMU 14.

IWC hosts Trinity International for the Tiger homecoming game at 2 p.m. today at Maple Leaf. KILJ will broadcast at 2 p.m.

MPHS volleyball team is hosting an invitational today at panther Gym and the cross country teams are running at North Linn Troy Mills.

A four-person, best shot golf tournament to raise funds for United Way of Henry County will be held Friday, Oct. 12, at Deerwood Golf Course, New London.
Money raised will help pay for the 2013 budget to aid helping organizations throughout the county. The fee is $60 per person, and golfers will receive use of a golf course as well as a light meal of brats, chips and soda.
There will be a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. Entries are limited to the first 72 golfers to register.
For registration information, email
Golf competitions, mulligans and raffle tickets will be available for purchase at the course.

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