(Adair) Adair-Casey, 10-0 on the year, is two wins away from heading back to the UNI-Dome for the first time since 2009. To get there they will need to top Twin Cedars on Monday and then if they advance they would see either HLV, Victor (for a 2nd straight year) or Wayne.
Bomber head coach Wade Anderson says he was proud quick start in the 59-20 win over Meskwaki Settelment School on Wednesday. The Bombers finished the regular season with their first 9-0 season in several years, and coach Anderson reports the last time the team went 9-0 in the regular season their year eventually did advance to the dome.
Twin Cedars is one of the top teams in the state in passing yardage. Quarterback Brent Parker has thrown for 2,686 yards. He's thrown 50 touchdowns this season. It's a complete contrast from the run first approach of Adair-Casey. The Bombers have found the end zone through the ground game 61 times. 29 of those have come from all-time leading rusher Clayton Plowman. Coach Anderson reports that Plowman is back fully healthy and ready to carry the team on his back through the post season if needed.
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