Zach Osborne scored two touchdowns as Mediapolis cruised to a 39-21 win over Louisa-Muscatine on Friday night.
Cauy Massner threw for two touchdowns, one to Osborne and one to Owen Timmerman. Massner completed 11-of-16 passes for 180 yards.
Briar Johnson and Josh Darbyshire also had touchdown runs for the Bulldogs.
Osborne rushed for 83 yards. Timmerman had four catches for 70 yards.
Chase Kruse threw for a touchdown and ran for one to lead Louisa-Muscatine. Brock Jeambey had an 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
NEW LONDON 53, LONE TREE 6: Isaac McSorley accounted for seven touchdowns in New London's rout at Lone Tree.
McSorley rushed for 142 yards and four touchdowns. He threw for two more, and added an interception return for a score for the Tigers, ranked No. 2 in 8-man play.
Jordan Johnson rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown. McSorley threw for 232 yards. Both of his touchdown passes were to Darius Whaley, who had 121 receiving yards.
Gavin Holmes had 12 tackles, including two sacks. Johnson had eight tackles.
New London moved to 4-0 on the season.
IOWA VALLEY 84, WINFIELD-MOUNT UNION 22: Daunte Oepping threw one touchdown pass and ran for another score for the Wolves in the loss.
Oepping threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Christian Gerot. He had a 7-yard touchdown run.
Noah Sparrow also threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Jacob Kongable for the Wolves' other score.
Oepping threw for 148 yards and ran for 40. Sparrow threw for 67 yards. Gerot had four catches for 67 yards. Jacob Ford had five catches for 48 yards. Kongable had two catches for 67 yards.
DURANT 19, WAPELLO 6: Tristan Hughes rushed for 129 yards and Mason Compton had 108 receiving yards as Durant topped Wapello.
The Indians' only score came on a touchdown pass from Noah Holland to Ricky Pforts.
Holland threw for 136 yards. Wapello had just eight rushing yards.
ILLINI WEST 60, ABINGDON-AVON 13: The Chargers had 487 yards of offense in a dominating win.
Michael Lord, Colton Sargeant and Nick Vorhies each scored twice for Illini West.
Vorhies rushed for 118 yards on 19 carries. Sargeant had 82 yards.
Abingdon-Avon had just 113 yards of offense.
MID-COUNTY 43, WEST CENTRAL 22: Mid-County pulled away in the second half for the win.
Luke Ditsworth, Payton Lain and Nathan Bigger accounted for the Heat's touchdowns.
Bigger threw for 93 yards