The Mt. Pleasant football team scored more points this week than they did last week, but they also gave up more points. Fairfield rolled over Mt. Pleasant 52-21 in the Trojans homecoming game. The first two times M.P. had the ball they turned it over and Fairfield turned it into points, and built a 28-0 lead before the Panthers scored to take control of the game early. The loss puts MPHS at 0-6 and 0-3, Fairfield is 2-4 and 1-3.
Justin Dilks caught a 6 yard touchdown pass, Cole Phillips hauled in a 10 yard scoring strike and Zoom Gwamna ran 47 yards for a touchdown and Gwamna added the PAT’s.
The Trojans started freshman Cam Baumann at quarterback for the first time this season, all he did was throw for 3 touchdowns and run for 3 more.
Fairfield won the freshman game 30-18, Dshondric Foster ran for 2 scores and Brock Wilson passed to Ryan Moutrie for the other. Dalton Shull, Trey Cosgrove and Zach Ebbling led the tackling. Monday M.P. hosts Fairfield in JV action.
Next week Washington will come to Mt. Pleasant for district action, Demons rolled over 8th ranked Williamsburg Friday night 35-10.
OTHER AREA SCORES: Oskaloosa 51 Keokuk 16, Centerville 28 Ft. Madison 16, Clinton 34 Burlington 30, Mediapolis 33 West Liberty 13, L&M 72 West Burlington-Notre Dame 34, Davis County 26 Central Lee 14, Mid Prairie 49 Columbus Community 0, Eddyville- Blakesburg-Fremont 42 Wapello 34, New London 32 Danville 30, Lisbon 30 Waco 6, Lone Tree 20 WMU 6, Highland 22 Van Buren 8.
Iowa Wesleyan College lost in 3 sets to Spalding University in women’s volleyball (25-17, 25-19, 25-17).
IWC is now 7-15 overall and 5-4 in the SLIAC.
The Iowa Wesleyan College football team travels to Minnesota today to battle with Martin Luther College. Last week the Tigers beat MacMurray College 41-14. IWC is 1-3 overall and 1-2 in the conferece.
Inclement weather for both race fans and racers forced the postponed of the Midwest Performance Quads, Bikes and Side By Side Challenge at 34 Raceway Saturday, September 28. The races have been rescheduled for this Saturday, October 5 with some time changes.
Pit gates will open at 1:00 p.m., grandstands at 2:00, practice 2:30 p.m. and racing begins at 4:00.
Grandstand admission is just $5.00 and kids 10 and under are admitted Free.
For more information go to www.34raceway.com or contact Nick Eastin at