Posted by waukee | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 29-10-2014
This past week some Acceleration Iowa athletes ended their season the best way possible, as league champions. Here are some photos of them in action and of course with the trophy. It is fun to see these athletes have such great success as individuals and as a team. Congratulations guys keep up the good work!
Huge shoutout to Hoover graduate and Iowa State walk-on Kourtlin Jackson on winning the dunk contest at Hilton Madness Saturday night. Check the video below of Kourtlin showcasing his explosiveness on his last dunk in the finals.
Urbandale native and Iowa State freshman Allen Lazard had his best game as a Cyclone in a 37-30 win over Toledo on Saturday. Lazard hauled in 8 passes for 96 yards and a TD Saturday. He currently leads the Cyclones with 304 receiving yards, which is 8th in the nation among true freshman. Keep up the good work!!
Many AI athletes have gotten off to a hot start to the football season. Its exciting to see all the hard work from the off-season paying off. There are currently 5 AI athletes in the top 10 throughout the entire state in rushing in their respective classes.
Waukee senior running back Trevor Allen is currently 4th in 4A in rushing with 941 yards. His 15 rushing touchdowns are 2nd most throughout 4A. Centennial QB Isaiah Kramme (pictured above) sits at 6th in class 4A with 829 yards on just 90 carries. He is also 4th in the state with 14 TD’s.
The outstanding Ballard duo of Isaiah Johnson (2nd in 3A) and Quinton Erickson (3rd in 3A) have combined for a ridiculous 2,400 yards through the first 7 games of the season.
Roland-Story senior Josiah Soderstrum is currently 9th in 2A with 786 yards. Keep up the good work and good luck the rest of the season!!!
Ballard senior Isaiah Johnson had another big night Friday in a 37-34 win over Bondurant-Farrar. The standout running back ran for 261 yards and 4 touchdowns on 40 carries. Awesome work Isaiah!!!
The “ADM Boys” have been having a great football season so far thanks to all the hard work they put in during the off-season. Here are some photos of them tearing it up on the field!