FNL: Rockford Needs Win To Solidify Spot In Playoffs, Comets Looking For First Winning Season In 10 Years

The final night of high school football is here and this is tonight’s slate on North Iowa’s Sports Leader 95.9 KCHA.

Charles City at Waverly-Shell Rock

The Charles City Comets have one game left to notch one more win.  The win would give the Comets a winning record for the first time in a decade.  They travel to ninth-ranked Waverly-Shell Rock. Tonight’s broadcast starts at 6:45 with the Radio Iowa Scouting Report, a 7pm pregame and Comet kickoff is set for 7:30.  Listen on your radio, online at, on the 95.9 KCHA mobile app and on Alexa.

Osage at Lake Mills

The Osage Green Devils have already punched their ticket to the playoffs but they’ll wrap up their season at Osage.  The 6-2 Green Devils are coming off of a 42-30 win over Lake Mills last week. A-P is 4-4 and beat Sumner-Fred in week eight.

Rockford at #2 Northwood-Kensett

The Rockford Warriors are playing their biggest game in four years.  The 7-1 Warriors have a chance to win their district and pucn a ticket to the playoffs.  This week’s opponent is second-ranked undefeated Norwood-Kensett. N-K beat Don Bosco earlier in the year, a team Rockford fell 80-6.

Saint Ansgar versus Central Springs

5-3 Saint Ansgar is coming off a 41-26 loss last week to Mason City Newman.  They wrap up their season hosting Central Springs. The Saints are on the outside looking in for a postseason berth.  Central Springs is 6-2 and winners of four-straight after a one-point win over South Winneshiek last week.

North Butler at Sumner-Fredricksburg

North Butler clashes with Sumner-Fredricksburg tonight.  The Bearcats are 1-7 and losers of six straight, while Sumner-Fred is 5-2, coming off of a loss to Aplington-Parkersburg.  The Cougars are on the outside looking in for a playoff berth.

Nashua-Plainfield at Postville 

After last week’s forfeit win, the Nashua-Plainfield Huskies travel to Postville to search for their first competitive win.  Postville is 1-7 with the same forfeit win as the Huskies.


Chris Berg

Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki, daughter Brynlee and son Jaxon.
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