The Mid-Prairie Middle School football teams swept a twin bill of football games against Regina Catholic last week.
The seventh-grade team moved to 4-0 on the season with a 20-6 win over the Regals.
After a long period spent tied at 6-6, the Golden Hawks
The game was broken open by a touchdown from Burke Berry, with the big No. 63 breaking many tackles on the way to a touchdown.
Sloppy field conditions made for a run-heavy game in the eighth-grade matchup.
The Golden Hawks won that game 28-8 with Karson Grout scoring four touchdowns. He had three on the ground and one punt return.
Dylan Henry made a big play for the defense, picking off a pass.
Tucker Miller added an extra point for Mid-Prairie.
The middle school teams have two more games remaining. They played at Anamosa on Tuesday. Their last game is a home doubleheader against West Liberty.