Huskies win Homecoming, 32-12

Nashua-Plainfield football team members ride a fire truck in the Homecoming parade on Friday.

Junior Titus Evans and sophomore Aiden Gelner combined for 218 of Nashua-Plainfield’s 253 rushing yards Friday night as the Huskies pounded out a 32-12 Homecoming victory over North Tama.

Evans ran for 85 yards and two touchdowns. Gelner had 133 yards and two touchdowns, including the longest of the day for N-P of 41 yards. He also scored a 2-point conversion.

Huskies senior quarterback Bo Harrington found some success in the air by completing five passes for 101 yards and one touchdown, which was a 23-yard reception by senior Joel Winters. Harrington was also intercepted twice.

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Nashua-Plainfield has won two straight to lift its record to 3-1. North Tama is 1-3.

The Huskies defense kept North Tama scoreless until the second half. In the end, N-P stacked up six sacks, 12.5 tackles for losses and grabbed three interceptions.

Senior Aiden Lamborn recorded 4.5 sacks. Freshman Eli Kalainoff had one and Winters had a half-sack.

Nashua-Plainfield Homecoming queen and king, Paige Ripley and Aiden Lamborn grab candy to toss to Homecoming parade spectators on Friday

Evans, senior Kendrick Huck and junior Trae Geise each had an interception. Geise returned his for 23 yards.

UP NEXT: N-P travels to Conrad, Iowa, to take on the BCLUW Comets (3-1). Kickoff is at 7 p.m. BCLUW defeated North Butler 23-12 on Friday.