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October 8, 2012

AREA PREP FOOTBALL ACTION: Fourth quarter miscues sink Osky

OSKALOOSA — Down 21-14 in the closing minutes and driving for a potential game-tying score, suddenly everything went wrong for the Oskaloosa football team.

Winterset scored twice off turnovers and once on a Noah Kaldenberg 26-yard run — all three times in the final three minutes — as Winterset took a 40-14 win over Osky in Class 3A, District 8 play.

Winterset’s C.J. Caudie grabbed an Austin Redlich pass and rumbled 66 yards for a “pick six,” and later Winterset’s Ryan Scheetz scooped up and Osky fumble on a kickoff return and hustled in from seven yards.

Kaldenberg led all rushers with 157 yards on the ground. Winterset also scored on short runs by Tanner Porter and Alex Forge in the first quarter, and made it 21-7 in the second quarter when Trey Gilliand caught a 47-yard touchdown pass from Cory Briney.

Osky had gotten on the board with a 9-yard run by Nate Van Veldhuizen, and the Indians made it 21-14 at the half on a two-yard scoring run by Redlich.

Van Veldhuizen led Osky with 86 yards on the ground.

The Indians (1-3, 1-6) will be back in action next week at Pella.

Winterset 40, Oskaloosa 14

Winter     14    7    0    19    —    40

Osky        0    14    0    0    —    14

Scoring By Quarters

First Quarter

Wint — Tanner Porter 1-yard run (Drue Coffman kick)

Wint — Alex Forge 2-yard run (Coffman kick)

Second Quarter

Osky — Nate Van Veldhuizen 9-yard run (Jonah Renter kick)

Wint — Trey Gilliand 47-yard pass from Cory Briney (Coffman kick)

Osky — Austin Redlich 3-yard run (Renter kick)

Fourth Quarter

Wint — C.J. Caudie 66-yard interception return (Kick failed)

Wint — Noah Kaldenberg 26-yard run (Kick failed)

Wint — Ryan Scheetz 7-yard fumble return (Coffman kick)

TEAM STATISTICS

                Wint    Osky

First downs    14        20

Rushes-yards    34-229    54-225

Passing yards    81        31

Total Yards    310        256

Comp-Att-Int    4-9-0    2-9-1

Return Yards    17        85

Fumbles-Lost    0-0        2-2

Penalties-Yds    9-97    6-45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Winterset

RUSHING — Kaldenberg 22-157 yards.

PASSING — Briney 4-9, 81 yards.

RECEIVING — Kaldenberg 2-15 yards, Gilliand 1-47 yards.

INTERCEPTIONS — Caudie 1-66.

Oskaloosa

RUSHING — Van Veldhuizen 18-86 yards, Jared Pace 13-55 yards, Mason Wisse 11-50 yards.

PASSING — Redlich 2-9, 31 yards.

RECEIVING — Ryder Curtis 2-31 yards.

TACKLES — Max Johnson 9, Mason Wisse 8, Brandon Strasser 8.

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