Heartbreaker: Bulldogs lose in final seconds at Osage

 

Osage 13, Hampton-Dumont 12

 

 

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Osage00013-13

 

SECOND QUARTER

H-D – Parker Claypool 20 pass from Cole Miller (2-pt conversion failed)

THIRD QUARTER

H-D – Charlie Flickinger 17 pass from Miller (2-pt conversion failed)

FOURTH QUARTER

O – Collin Havel 10-yd run (kick failed) 7:33

O – Nolan Lawler 10 pass from Havel (Justin Zimmerman kick) 0:11

 

TEAM STATISTICS

H-DO

Rushes-yards51-29623-108

Passing134183

Comp-att-int10-16-224-45-1

Punts-avg.3-20.36-29.7

Fumbles-lost2-10-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING – H-D, Isaiah Noelck 25-143, Dalton Hanson 6-61, Chace Klein 6-34, Cole Miller 7-33, Bailey Miller 4-14, Kendrick Suntken 3-11. Osage, Collin Havel 10-66, Ryan Woods 6-26, Justin Zimmerman 5-10, Caleb Bushbaum 1-3, Thatcher Goodale 1-3. PASSING – H-D, C. Miller 10-15-2-134, Charlie Flickinger 0-1-0-0. Osage, Havel 23-44-2-170, Zimmerman 1-1-0-13. RECEIVING – H-D, Suntken 4-45, Parker Claypool 3-38, B. Miller 1-28, Flickinger 1-17, Levi Pratt 1-6. Osage, Zimmerman 6-49, Kole Broderick 1-35, Goodale 4-30, Nolan Lawler 3-20, Sam McCarty 2-18, Woods 3-12, Casey Ringhofer 1-6. TACKLES – H-D, P. Claypool 12, Drew Abbas 11, Trevor Eiklenborg 8, Klein 8, Pratt 8, Derek Juhl 6, Suntken 6, C. Miller 4, Justin Wenzel 4, Hanson 4, Mario Peña 3, Noelck. Osage, Ryan Blake 11, Goodale 11, Ringhofer 11, Zimmerman 8, Shae Bartusek 7, Justin Woods 5, Havel 5, Tommy Low 4, Marcus Paulus 4, Dillon Johnson 3, Wyatt Spitz 3, Broderick, Lucas Klein, Lawler, Orry Leggett. FUMBLE RECOVERIES – H-D, None. Osage, Zimmerman. INTERCEPTIONS – H-D, None. Osage, Low, Ringhofer.

 

OSAGE – Penalties and turnovers turned a playoff-hopeful Hampton-Dumont football team away at Osage on Saturday night.

Postponed almost 24 hours after severe weather hit north-central Iowa, the Bulldogs had a heart-wrenching 13-12 loss to the Green Devils in Class 2A, District 3 play.

A win Saturday would have already clinched a playoff berth for H-D.

“(We had) several turnovers and penalties that put us in a bad position,” Hampton-Dumont coach Jerry Shafrath said. “We threw an interception and the defense did a nice job of holding them. Throughout the next drive, penalties of some type hurt us.”