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Darlington keeps on winning; NGM too
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BELMONT - The Pecatonica-Argyle football team is playoff eligible after rolling to a 31-6 win over Belmont Friday night.

Pecatonica-Argyle sophomore quarterback Jon Hendrickson had five total touchdowns (four passing and one rushing) to lead the Vikings. Hendrickson was 11 of 14 passing for 170 yards. He opened the scoring with a 5-yard TD run. He threw a 10-yard TD pass to Dillon Conwell, a 12-yard TD pass to Alec Treuthardt, an 18-yard TD pass to Nathan Leonard and a 25-yard TD pass to Charlie Rubio.

Rubio had five catches for 117 yards and one touchdown. Pecatonica-Argyle junior Jared Johnson rushed for 102 yards on 22 carries.

Pecatonica-Argyle (4-4, 4-3 Six Rivers) will close out the season hosting Benton-Scales Mound Thursday, Oct. 21.

Black Hawk 27, Cassville 8

SOUTH WAYNE - Black Hawk picked up the win they needed to likely lock up a playoff spot with another impressive Six Rivers Conference win.

Black Hawk (5-3, 4-3 Six Rivers) rushed for 321 total yards. Black Hawk junior Jace Johnsrud ran for 148 yards and a 37-yard touchdown. Black Hawk senior Michael Wolff, who had 89 yards rushing, gave the Warriors an early lead with a 64-yard TD run. Black Hawk junior Michael Walker scored two touchdowns for the Warriors.

Black Hawk will close out the season Thursday, Oct. 21 at Highland.

New Glarus-Monticello 28, Cambridge 21

CAMBRIDGE - The Glarner Knights (7-1, 3-1 Capitol South) will have a chance to play for a share of the Capitol South championship next week after haning on to beat the Blue Jays.

New Glarus-Monticello senior Tyler Dorn rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns to propel the Knights to the victory. The Knights led 21-7 going into the fourth quarter, but the Blue Jays scored 14 fourth quarter points to get back in the game. Cambridge quarterback Nic Bowe scored on a 1-yard run with 5 minutes, 34 seconds left to tie the game at 21. Dorn clinched the win for the Knights with a 35-yard TD run with 2:43 to go.

New Glarus-Monticello senior Mason Lockard also scored two touchdowns on runs of 7-yards and 3-yards. The Knights will have to beat Marshall next week to force a three-way tie for the Capitol South title for the second straight year.

Marshall 37, Belleville-Albany 6

MARSHALL - The Cardinals remained unbeaten in the Capitol South with a big win over Belleville-Albany.

Marshall (6-2, 4-0 Capitol South) scored 21 second quarter points and cruised from there.

The Wildcats' only touchdown came on sophomore Janner Wallom's 80-yard TD pass to Alex Schauff. Wallom completed 5 of 11 passes for 130 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.

The Cardinals bottled up Donovan Woods limiting him to 32 rushing yards on 12 carries.

The Wildcats (1-7, 1-3) were limited to just 6 total rushing yards as a team.

Darlington 48, Iowa-Grant 12

LIVINGSTON - The Darlington defense stepped up big with an interception during Iowa-Grant's opening drive that set the tone for the rest of the game.

With the win, Darlington (8-0, 6-0 SWAL) won the conference championship outright. Last year the Redbirds shared the conference title with Cuba City and Iowa-Grant.

The Redbirds will close out their season Thursday, Oct. 22 at Riverdale.