Sophomore Anthony Emanuel (No. 70) tries to catch his breath on the sidelines. Emanuel provided a solo tackle during the loss to Waukon. The Warriors look to get back on track at MFL Friday. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)
Sophomore Anthony Emanuel (No. 70) tries to catch his breath on the sidelines. Emanuel provided a solo tackle during the loss to Waukon. The Warriors look to get back on track at MFL Friday. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)

Going into Friday night's game, the Class 1A No. 9 South Winn football team (5-2, 3-1 district) knew it would need to play its best game of the season to take down Class 2A No. 1 Waukon (7-0).

However, with injuries plaguing the Warriors, the fast and powerful Indians proved too strong, defeating South Winn 52-0 in non-district action.

The Warriors are currently tied with Sumner-Frederickburg for second in the district with a 3-1 record. The Warriors hold a tie breaker by defeating the Cougars in a head-to-head battle, while the Cougars hold the point differential edge by nearly three points.



Getting through

Waukon scored early and often. Their first touchdown came with 6:48 left in the first quarter, going up 7-0. Just over a minute later, the Indians were back in the end zone. The third score of the frame came at the 1:32 mark.

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