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March 10, 2014

2014 football schedules announced

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CENTERVILLE —

The Mohawks will open the season on Aug. 29 at home against Tri-County. That game will be followed by back-to-back road matchups on Sept. 5 and Sept. 12 against English Valley and Wayne, respectively.

On Sept. 19 and 26, Moravia will host home games against Lamoni and Harmony, respectively.

For the last four weeks of the regular season, Moravia will travel to Mormon Trail on Oct. 3, host Twin Cedars on Oct. 10, travel to Melcher-Dallas on Oct. 17 and host Seymour on Oct. 24.

The Seymour Warriors will lose Tri-County, Meskwaki and HLV from their schedule while they’ll pick up Grandview Christian School, Ankeny Christian Academy and Harmony.

Seymour will open the season at home against Grandview Christian School on Aug. 29. They’ll be on the road to Ankeny on Sept. 5, home against Mormon Trail on Sept. 12, at Twin Cedars on Sept. 19 and home against Melcher-Dallas on Sept. 26.

On Oct. 3 and 10 they’ll have road games against Harmony and Wayne, respectively. They’ll close the last two weeks of the regular season with a home game against Lamoni on Oct. 17 and a road game in Moravia on Oct. 24.

The Wayne Falcons, who went to the third round of playoffs last year, lost Meskwaki, Mormon Trail and HLV from their nine game schedule. Those teams are being replaced by Ankeny Christian, Harmony and Lamoni.

Wayne will open the season at home against Ankeny Christian Academy on Aug. 29. They’ll then travel to Murray on Sept. 5 before they host Moravia on Sept. 12.

On Sept. 19, Wayne will travel to Mormon Trail and then host Twin Cedars on Sept. 26. On Oct. 3, Wayne travels to Melcher-Dallas before hosting Seymour on Oct. 10. The Falcons end the season with back-to-back road games on Oct. 17 and 24 against Harmony and Lamoni, respectively.

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