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COMBINE A HUGE SUCCESS
The IFCA Combine held this past month was a huge success. Over 225 athletes from across the state participated in the initial event and put some outstanding talent on display.
We want to thank all of those who participated and the colleges who partnered with us to make this happen.
A big thanks to all the colleges who attended in person as well to check in on the talent from across Iowa.
We hope to see many of you back again in 2019!
Check in each month as the IFCA joins forces with the great coaches from throughout the state of Iowa and produces their first ever podcasts! Listen to coaches from all size schools and all backgrounds. From first year guys to Hall of Fame guys - be sure to check it out each month - it's like a clinic on the go!
This month - Rob Luther, head coach at Baxter High School, talks with Aaron Shipley about his background, the first year of Baxter Bolts football and what it has been like making the move from 11 man game to the 8 man game. Rob is a creative offensive coach and the numbers prove it. This is a podcast you won't want to miss!
At the end of 3 - the South leads 59-14
South squad open the second half scoring - they now lead 49-14.
“Not so fast” says the North squad - they strike quick on a 2 play drive to get to 35-14 with 6:01 to go.
Boooommmm! South pops a long run for a TD to make it 35-7 with 6:51 in the second.
Hunter Tyree of Pleasantville with a 67-yard punt return puts the South up 28-7 with 10:01 in the second.
South wastes no time in answering the North TD - with 12:32 South back up 21-7 on the North squad.
North is on the board!! Brooks with the TD reception to make it 14-7 South with 13:20 in the second quarter.
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