Glosser led the way for EBF, collecting a team-high 12 tackles on defense. Glosser also had an interception to go along with the first-quarter fumble recovery for the Rockets.
No. 5 Wilton (5-0, 3-0) will head to Cardinal next week for a Class 1A, District 6 matchup. EBF (3-2, 1-2) will return home to face Wapello in a pivotal game for the Rockets postseason hopes next Friday at Ike Ryan Field.
No. 6 (1A) Wilton 44, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 0
Passing yards 		56
Total Yards	 	150
Return Yards 		5-62
RUSHING — Cory Archer 5-28 yards, Dillon Pigsley 7-24 yards, Ty Jager 7-20 yards, Treg Van Dorin 8-17 yards, Hunter Johnston 3-9 yards, Cody Brown 1-4 yards, Brett Wursta 2-(-8) yards.
PASSING — Pigsley 5-12, 56 yards, INT, Bre. Wursta 0-1, 0 yards.
RECEIVING — Blake Marolf 4-37 yards, Jevin Jensen 1-19 yards.
INTERCEPTIONS — Jeren Glosser 1-5 yards.
TACKLES — Glosser 12, fumble recovery, Van Dorin 11, Johnston 8, C. Brown 5, Bryce Wursta 5, Archer 4, Dalton Brown 4, J. Jensen 4, Kacy Dunwoody 3, Aaron Gordon 3, Bre. Wursta 3, Jager 2, Marolf 2, T.J. Sinnif, Luke Welch, Lewie Winkleman.
Second-quarter surge pushes Melcher-Dallas past Tri-County
THORNBURG — Tri-County and Melcher-Dallas spent three of Friday’s four quarters trading one touchdown drive for another. The lone exception came in the second quarter, where 26 unanswered points by the Saints made the difference as Melcher-Dallas earned a 44-20 win in Eight-Man, District 5 action.
“In the first half, we made too many mistake and missed several scoring opportunities,” Tri-County head coach Scott Edmundson said. “I felt we played hard the second half, but the damage was done. Our defense looked good at times, but the big plays got to us.”
Most of those big plays came from the combination of quarterback Alex Mitchell and receiver Chase Wetterling. Mitchell went 16-21 passing for 250 yards and five touchdowns with three scoring tosses going to Wetterling, who caught seven passes for 143 yards on the night.