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Week 3 iahsaa.org notes

 Corrections from earlier release: 1. Harlan’s win over Glenwood was 35-0 2. Highland, Riverside and Cardinal, Eldon will make their game up at 6 p.m. Monday, ————————– Corrected release follows: Score List and postponements posted at 5:55 a.m., Saturday Around Iowa Prep Gridirons – Week 3, 2010 September 11 (Released by the IHSAA and written […] Continue reading →

Week 2 iahsaa.org notes

 Around Iowa Prep Gridirons – Week 2, 2010 September 4 (Released by the IHSAA and written from current history as well as from media and coach’s reports) CURRENT WIN CHAINS EXTENDED: Iowa City, City High and St. Albert, Council Bluffs chalked up their 16th straight wins and Armstrong-Ringsted upped their win chain to 11-games, for […] Continue reading →

Week 1 iahsaa.org notes

 Around Iowa Prep Gridirons – Week 1, 2010 August 28 (Released by the IHSAA and written from current history as well as from media and coach’s reports) Current Win Streaks Grow: Teams that won state titles a year ago continued to extend the state’s current longest win streaks. Solon, now in 3A, made it 42 […] Continue reading →

iahsaa.org: 2010 Preseason Football Notes

 2010 preseason football notes from iahsaa.org: First Year of New Re-classification This fall marks the first year of a new two-year re-classification of districts. These changes occur to take into account changes in school enrollment, sharing programs, whole grade sharing, etc. All told from the 2008 scheme, there are 56 total changes, which include two […] Continue reading →

Wulkow now president-elect of NFHS

 Press release from iahsaa.org: IHSAA’S WULKOW HONORED WITH SECOND NATIONAL LEADERSHIP POST Richard “Rick” Wulkow, IHSAA Executive Director, has been honored with his second national leadership position in two months. At the National Federation of High School Association’s Summer Meeting in San Diego, CA recently, their Board of Directors elected him to the position of […] Continue reading →