Anthony Stogdill, Shenandoah

Shenandoah senior Anthony Stogdill looks for space against the AHSTW defense, Friday, Sept. 6.

All four coverage area teams suffered losses during Week 2 of the high school football season, Friday, Sept. 6.

Brief recaps of all four games plus the scoreboard for the other district teams and the current district standings are all below.

AHSTW 35 Shenandoah 27

The Shenandoah Mustangs scored three touchdowns in the final three minutes and seven seconds of the game, but the last of those came as time expired for the final margin.

Mustang quarterback Kyle Cerven completed 19 of 37 passes for 272 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another 142 yards and a score.

Cerven’s 47-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Stogdill cut the Viking lead to 14-7 in the final seconds before halftime. Stogdill caught eight passes for 126 yards.

AHSTW scored two touchdowns in the first 5 ½ minutes of the third quarter, however, to build a 28-7 lead.

The loss dropped the Mustangs to 0-2 while AHSTW improved to 1-1.

Class 2A District 9 Scoreboard

AHSTW 35 Shenandoah 27

Clarinda 40 Red Oak 0

Creston/O-M 35 Atlantic 13

South Central Calhoun 30 Kuemper Catholic 6

Greene County 42 Nevada 41

OABCIG 57 East Sac County 22

Class 2A District 9 Standings (overall record, next week’s opponent)

Greene County 2-0, vs. Saydel

OABCIG 2-0, vs. Cherokee, Washington

Kuemper Catholic 1-1, vs. Glenwood

Atlantic 1-1, at Clarinda

Shenandoah 0-2, at Treynor

Red Oak 0-2, vs. Clarke

CAM 60 Stanton/Essex 14

Stanton/Essex turned the ball over six times in its home opener.

Both Viking touchdowns came from the arm of Keygan Day. He threw for 128 yards and two touchdowns, but also fired three interceptions.

Colby Royal and Logan Roberts had the touchdown receptions for the Vikings.

Day, Roberts and Colton Thornburg were all above 40 yards rushing.

The Vikings dropped to 1-2 while the Cougars improved to 2-0

Exira/EHK 46 Sidney 44

Matthew Benedict and Will Oswald connected for a nine-yard touchdown with 15 seconds remaining, but the Cowboys couldn’t convert the ensuing two-point conversion needed to tie the game.

Benedict threw for 117 yards and two scores and ran for another touchdown as Sidney overcame a 20-0 first quarter deficit to take a 30-28 lead early in the third quarter.

The Cowboys had a defensive touchdown on an Oswald interception and a special teams score when Braydon Barton fell on a Thomas Wilson blocked punt in the end zone.

Tyler Hensley led Sidney’s rushing attack with 96 yards and a score.

Sidney’s record dropped to 1-2 ahead of a bye week before the start of district play.

The Spartans improved to 1-1.

Audubon 23 Fremont-Mills 0

Fremont-Mills could never get its offense on track in a road loss.

The Wheeler defense held Seth Malcom to 55 rushing yards on 15 carries.

Malcom also caught two passes from Colton Hauschild, who was just 5 for 15 with two interceptions.

Malcom, Hauschild and James Switzer led the defense.

Fremont-Mills fell to 1-1 while Audubon improved to 2-1.

Class 8-Man District 7 Scoreboard

Exira/EHK 46 Sidney 44

CAM 60 Stanton/Essex 14

Audubon 23 Fremont-Mills 0

East Mills 51 Lamoni 46

East Union 54 Griswold 26

Bedford 64 Worth County 56

Class 8-Man District 7 Standings (overall record, next week’s opponent)

East Mills 2-1, at Griswold

Fremont-Mills 1-1, No game

Sidney 1-2, No game

Stanton/Essex 1-2, at Bedford

Bedford 1-2, vs. Stanton/Essex

Griswold 0-3, vs. East Mills

Check valleynewstoday.com, Monday, Sept. 9 for full recaps of all four coverage area games.

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