Nashua-Plainfield football

Nashua-Plainfield’s Mason Hyde celebrates after the Huskies’ come up with a key defensive stop in the fourth quarter of Friday’s game.
    As Mason Hyde caught the pass that put Nashua-Plainfield ahead 14-13 last Friday night, he knew the Huskies were bound for victory.    Sure, there was a quarter and change remaining in the game against Grundy Center, but Hyde knew.    “Our defense had played great, and once we got the lead...
Nashua-Plainfield senior Mason Hyde follows the block of Tanner Haut during a game played earlier this season.
     They took their lumps as sophomores and juniors to experience games as seniors like the one coming up on Friday.     Thanks to a come-from-behind 26-12 win over West Fork last Friday, Nashua-Plainfield will be playing its most meaningful game this late in the season since the Huskies advanced...
Evan Kalainoff, shown sacking a quarterback earlier in the season, is one of the Huskies ready for action this Friday.
    On further review, Chase Sudol didn’t mind his Nashua-Plainfield football team’s “bye week” as much as he thought he would.    “In a lot of ways, it was good for us,” he said of not playing last week because North Butler forfeited to the Huskies because it didn’t have enough healthy players. “...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Tristen Brase follows blockers Luke Bucknell (42) and Kyle Janssen during Friday night’s homecoming victory.
    The Nashua-Plainfield football team’s 52-0 homecoming victory over Rockford Friday night was more than just a win.    According to coach Chase Sudol, the Huskies also made a statement.    “We just showed the district we mean business,” Sudol said. “It feels awesome.”    The Huskies opened...
Nashua-Plainfield quarterback Dayton Hansen threw for a career-best 242 yards in last week’s loss to St. Ansgar.
    It might have been hard to find a prouder coach than Chase Sudol was last Friday night.    Yes, his Nashua-Plainfield team had come out on the short end of a 35-32 score in its Class A, District 3 opener with St. Ansgar. And yes, Sudol isn’t a fan of losing.    “I’m never going to tell you it’s...
Nashua-Plainfield’s John Krull makes a fantastic catch, despite being double covered in the Huskies’ 38-0 win over Postville Friday night.
     Maybe the best part of Nashua-Plainfield’s brilliant season opener for head coach Chase Sudol was the injury report.     “We came out pretty much fine,” Sudol said before adding with a laugh, “and for once, it’s nice not spending 20 minutes talking about injuries.”     The football was pretty...
Mason Hyde was one of six N-P players named to the all-district team at the end of the football season.
After a season in which it tripled the number of wins, six members of the Nashua-Plainfield football team have reaped the rewards.  And the best news of all for Husky fans is this: Five of the six will be back in 2017.  Juniors Mason Hyde, Levi Enright and Nathan Dettmer all were named to the all-...
Dayton Hansen fires a touchdown pass to Jared Whitinger during Nashua-Plainfield’s 57-0 victory over Rockford.
Let’s be honest, given the choice of being 5-20 or 20-5, we’d all take the latter.  Or given the option of being 3-6 or 6-3, again, we’d take the latter.  And asked for a preference, any runner would prefer to have the season end in Fort Dodge at the state meet rather than see it conclude in Cedar...
Keegan Crawford was one of just two seniors who started for the Huskies in their game against West Hancock this past Friday.
The result was predictable last Friday night when Nashua-Plainfield played its last football game of the season.  Yes, Nashua-Plainfield lost big time — 63-0, to be exact — to West Hancock to finish  the season 3-6 overall and 2-5 in Class A, District 3.  But when he considered all his team had...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Mason Hyde finds plenty of running room on his way to the end zone during the second quarter of last Friday’s game.
For 36 minutes and 57 seconds, the Nashua-Plainfield football team was right there with Mason City Newman last Friday.  But it was an 11-minute, three-second burst by the Knights that proved the difference in a 40-12 victory.  “Newman’s a good team, don’t get me wrong, but that second quarter was...

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