Cedar Falls Overcomes City High 47-0

Ethan Snee, Reporter

Coming off of a 38-21 win against Liberty last week, the Little Hawks came into Friday night’s contest against Cedar Falls knowing it would be a whole different game.
“It was gonna be tough. No question about that. Playing them at the dome, their home opener, that’s a tough assignment,” Head Coach Sabers said. “We were just trying to grind it out, but didn’t have a whole lot left at the end. They’re a very good, experienced football team.”
The home crowd was electric at kick off and the Tigers pounced early forcing an interception on City’s first drive. The Little Hawks’ defense bounced back and held the Tigers to just two field goals on their next two drives.
However, as the game progressed, Cedar Falls gradually controlled the pacing to their favor. They led 25-0 at halftime and clinched the shutout with a 47-0 win.
After the game, Liam McComas, who had one sack on the night, spoke on the result. “I’m still proud of our guys. We stayed with them those first drives and continued to play physical football. I couldn’t have asked for more,” McComas said.
City’s record drops to 1-1 and are set to take on Ames at Bates Field.