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Wilton stays undefeated: Wilton starting quarterback Jerome Mays posted another strong performance in Wilton's 48-13 home win over Columbus Friday night. 

The junior threw two touchdown passes and rushed for another in the first half. Brock Hartley and Cory Anderson each had a touchdown reception. 

Wilton's defense also continued to impress, as it has yet to give up more than 14 points in a game this season. Chantz Stevens intercepted a pass for a touchdown in the first quarter against Columbus to extend the Beavers' lead to 13-0. 

Improving their record to 3-0, Wilton will play again next Friday at Highland. The 1-2 Columbus Wildcats will face Louisa-Muscatine at home next Friday. 

Louisa-Muscatine 36, Van Buren 6: The Falcons picked up their first win of the season and first win under first-year head coach Matt Shoultz Friday night. 

Louisa-Muscatine's offense finally broke through after scoring a combined 18 points through its first two games, as the team improved its record to 1-2. 

The Falcons will look to carry that momentum into next Friday's game at Columbus. 

Maquoketa Valley 28, Durant 14: Durant coach Joel Diederichs talked before the game about wanting to see a better performance from his Wildcats after losing 20-7 at home against Wilton last Friday. 

His team let one slip away Friday against Maquoketa Valley after going ahead 6-0 in the first quarter and leading 14-6 at halftime. 

Durant (1-2) will play Bellevue (3-0) at home next Friday. 

Iowa City Regina 56, Wapello 7: Regina quarterback Michael Conlon was too much for the Indians Friday night, passing for three touchdowns and rushing for two more. 

Wapello's only score of the game came on a nine-yard touchdown pass from Logan Belzer to Bryant Lanz in the second quarter to pull within 14-7. 

Wapello (1-2) will play Van Buren at home next Friday. 

− Staff reports