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Football smorgasbord: Impact U10 places 3rd

The Impact 10-under football team defeated Potosi, 18-12, for third place in the 10-under division game at Dragon Field. Clint Wolk serves as the head coach, with assistants Scott Wehner, Jerrod Wolk, Waylon Baker and Sam Edwards as the assistants. The complete roster may be found in the Nov. 3 edition. (PHOTO BY MICHAEL BOYD/Herald staff)


Valle Catholic

Monday, Oct. 25

Valle Catholic vs. St. Pius X (Festus), game cancelled

Record: Warriors, 6-0

End of season

Ste. Genevieve

Record: Ste. Genevieve, 3-3

End of season


Eighth-Grade Team

Record: Ste. Genevieve, 3-3

Seventh-Grade Team

Record: Ste. Genevieve, 3-2

End of season



Sunday, Oct. 24

Super Bowl Sunday

I-55 Youth Football Conference

At Dragon Field


Fifth-Place Game

Grandview 33, Impact 7

Score By Quarters

Grandview 7  7  7  12    33

Impact 0  7  0   0    7

Scoring Summary

(Impact Only)

Second Quarter

SG — Dalton Bauman 68 run (Bauman run)

Defensive standout: Dalton Bauman, 12 tackles, five for losses.

Record: Ste. Genevieve, 1-6

10-under Game

Third-Place Game

Score By Quarters

Potosi 6  0  6  0    12

Impact 6  6  0  6    18

Scoring Summary

(Impact Only)

First Quarter

SG — Liam Venz 70 run (run failed)

Second Quarter

SG — Oliver Gegg 15 run (pass failed)

Fourth Quarter

SG — Venz 93 run (run failed)

Offensive standouts: Venz, seven carries, 180 yards, two TD; Oliver Gegg, 3 carries, 62 yards; one reception, six yards; Landon Gegg, five carries, 10 yards; Nolan Wolk, six yards passing

Defensive standouts: Oliver Gegg, 13 tackles; Emmett Wolk, 12 tackles; Tucker Winch, nine tackles; Nolan Rayoum, eight tackles; Seth Wehner, seven tackles; Liam Venz, seven tackles; Nolan Wolk, six tackles; Collin Schweiss, five tackles

Recap: Liam Venz scored the game-winning TD on a 93-yard run with 1:22 remaining in the fourth quarter. That was just after Impact forced a turnover-on-downs with Potosi reaching the Impact 7-yard line. Gegg’s TD came with 38 seconds remaining before halftime. Ste. Genevieve was denied a chance to play for the Super Bowl due to a final standings points system. Grandview defeated Windsor, 22-6, later in the day for the title.

Record: Ste. Genevieve, 4-2