Third-ranked Woodbury Central outscored IKM-Manning 21-0 in the second half on Friday night, as the Wildcats remained unbeaten with a 41-14 victory over the Wolves in Class A, District 8 action at Manning.
The loss dropped IKM-Manning to 1-1 in District 8 and 1-2 overall.
With the win, Woodbury Central moved to 2-0 in District 8 and 3-0 overall on the season.
IKM-Manning trailed only 20-14 at halftime, as the Wolves got rushing touchdowns of 54 yards from Amos Rasmussen and two yards from Cooper Irlmeier before the break.
IKM-Manning netted 270 total yards, including 168 yards rushing and 102 yards passing.
Woodbury Central, on the other hand, netted 390 total yards, including 138 on the ground and 252 through the air.
Rasmussen led all Wolves’ ballcarriers with 70 yards on 14 carries.
Irlmeier ran the ball 18 times for 68 yards.
Hunter Smith also had two carries for 21 yards.
In the passing department, Nolan Ramsey was 5-of-13 for 102 yards with one interception.
Smith led his team’s receivers with two catches for 36 yards. Eli Dreyer also had one grab for 33 yards. Irlmeier caught one ball for 22 yards as well.
Defensively for IKM-Manning, Justin Segebart led with 6.5 tackles, including four solos.
Perdew also had 4.5 tackles with three solos and Lane Sams finished with four tackles for the Wolves.
Smith had an interception for the Wolves, which will be back in District 8 action this Friday night at Missouri Valley.
Woodbury Central quarterback Dallas Kluender accounted for five touchdowns, as he threw four TD passes and ran for another.
Kluender rushed for a two-yard score, while throwing four TD passes of 3, 35, 23 and 63 yards.
The Wildcats’ Eric McGill also returned an interception 87 yards for another score.