GLADBROOK - Dike-New Hartford quarterback Carson Parker threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another as the Wolverines ran their win streak to four games against Gladbrook-Reinbeck with a 35-0 victory over the Rebels on Friday night in Week 2 action.
Parker completed 6-of-7 pass attempts for 89 yards, connecting on scoring strikes with Gabe Eiklenborg for 21 yards and Sean Morgan for 15 yards to put the Wolverines (2-0) ahead 21-0. Parker's 1-yard TD plunge was the game's first score.
Dike-New Hartford tacked on Terry Mooty's 4-yard run to paydirt to up the advantage to 28-0 at the halftime break, and Levi Lynch's 21-yard touchdown scamper accounted for the final margin during the third quarter.
Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s Wyatt Swanson, right, tries to bring down Dike-New Hartford’s Terry Mooty during first-half action Friday night in Gladbrook.
Photo by Ross Thede
Mooty finished with 116 yards rushing on 18 carries.
Gladbrook-Reinbeck (1-2) was limited to 105 yards of total offense and committed three turnovers in the loss.
Jake Peters had three runs for 46 yards to lead the Rebels, while tailback Chase Clark was held to 21 yards on 16 carries. Trevor Trunck finished 5-of-15 passing for 45 yards.
Alex Schick led the Rebel defense with eight tackles and one quarterback sack. Zach Pierce added six tackles.