The mental toughness will also be challenged.
The Gaels (1-2 overall, 1-0 in Class A, District 2) embark on a widen of 3 highway games over a subsequent 22 days here Friday night vs. South O’Brien.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
St. Edmond got in a win mainstay final Friday with a 27-20 feat over MMCRU to open district play. The feat was a initial during SEHS for conduct manager Jon Borer.
Charlie Shelly, a sophomore, had his initial 100-yard rushing game, recording a career-high 109 and a measure on 20 carries. Senior Isaac Lursen had his second 100-yard receiving game, hauling in 7 passes from Andrew Gibb for 118.
“We had a flattering severe use on Tuesday, yet articulate with (Fort Dodge conduct manager Matt) Miller and (Iowa Central conduct manager Kevin) Twait, they pronounced a same,” Borer said. “We came behind out Wednesday and Thursday, though, with dual good days and we feel good about a devise for Friday.
“We’ve got a good organisation of kids that ready any day like it is a diversion and that helps to get us set for a week.”
Lursen ranks initial in Class A in receptions with 18 and is third in receiving yards with 309. Gibb, a junior, ranks 11th with 374 yards flitting and is 30 of 70 passing.
Shelly leads a Gaels with 221 yards on 49 carries, with Cade Naughton adding 128 and Gibb 114. All 3 are averaging improved than 4.5 yards per lift and have scored 7 touchdowns.
“I’m vehement to have another event to go out and play,” Borer said. “This is a highway diversion like will exam a kids and a prolonged trip, yet we need to get another one.”
Borer once again was tender with his defensive unit, that authorised only a singular touchdown in a initial half vs. a Royals and forced 3 turnovers.
Jack Rasmussen, who led a whole state in tackles final year, is fourth in his category with 33.5 stops. He accounted for 10 opposite MMCRU, with Sean Newell and Jackson Bemrich any creation seven.
“We had kids only drifting to a ball,” he said. “We done some good plays and unequivocally got after it. Even a kids that weren’t creation tackles were in on plays.”
As a team, St. Edmond had 6 tackles for loss, with comparison Sean Flaherty recording dual of them.
South O’Brien (0-3, 0-1) non-stop with back-to-back highway games during Woodbury Central (25-0) and Sheldon (48-14). They started district play with a 27-14 home detriment to Hartley-HMS final Friday, yet were heading 14-13 late in a fourth.
Clayton Leng leads a Wolverines with 348 yards rushing and 3 scores. Senior Carson Louscher is behind during quarterback, yet he has only 36 yards flitting and another 96 on a ground.
Leng had 183 of those yards final week opposite HMS and Louscher had 34 in a same game.
Leng and Drew Faust anchor a invulnerability with 26 and 22.5 tackles. Louscher also has a span of interceptions.
Last year, South O’Brien went 6-4 and finished second in a district with a 5-1 mark. They were knocked out of a playoffs by West Sioux, 49-20.
That enclosed a 27-6 feat over St. Edmond in that all-stater Sam Nelson ran for 212 yards on 43 carries.
Next week, a Gaels transport to Ridge View before returning home to face Hartley-HMS. On Oct. 6, they conduct to Armstrong for a date with North Union.