Yates Center prevails


September 28, 2013 - 12:00 AM

YATES CENTER — Yates Center High didn’t let the sting of a disappointing loss stick around long.
The Wildcats instead took out their frustrations of a 16-point loss last week to Waverly out on visiting Central-Burden.
Yates Center led 24-8 after one quarter, then put the game away with a 30-point blast in the second quarter to two win, 54-8.
“Our defense played very well,” Wildcat head coach Ben Wiehn said. “We had a good week of practice after last week’s game.”
Caleb DeNoon rushed for 69 yards and three touchdowns, while throwing for 34. Austin McNett racked up 118 yards and two touchdowns. He also had eight yards on one catch.
Mike Bruner rushed for 84 yards and touchdown, while Robert Arnold intercepted a Central pass near the Wildcat end zone. He raced the length of the field for another score.
The pick was one of five on the day — by five Jason Wendland also had an interception and a team-high eight tackles. DeNoon, Logan Tidd, Gavin Dillow and Trevor Chism also had interceptions.

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