Qualifying for State

After winning their second playoff game and qualifying for state. Senior Jared Voss and Junior Wyatt Voelker celebrated together on Brown Field.

Gavin Drees

After winning their second playoff game and qualifying for state. Senior Jared Voss and Junior Wyatt Voelker celebrated together on Brown Field.

Kylinne Meyers, Staff

The Hawks stole the win from Western Dubuque last Friday night in the second playoff game with a score of 55-20.  

Quarterback Jared Voss (12) says the further his team travels, the more work they will need to put in.

After winning their second playoff game and qualifying for state. Mitch Krogmann (12) throws quarterback Jared Voss (12) into the air. (Aleah Heims )

“We know that after each game the competition is going to get better and better, so we really have to trust what we’ve been doing all year and stay locked in,” said Voss. 

Voss’s stats have shown much improvement this year including adding over 1,090 rushing yards and completing over 71 passes. Overall, the Hawks rushed 3, 204 yards and passed 1001 yards.

Defensive player Jadyn Peyton (11), who won Beck’s Player with Heart award, feels his team is unlike any other teams competing for the state title. 

“Our team is unique because we all have a connection that is more than a teammate,” said Peyton.  

The Hawks are hoping to take home another win tonight against the undefeated Washington Demons. Their stats consist of 1,043 rushing yards and 914 passing yards so far this season. 

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