Gladbrook-Reinbeck Homecoming 2018-Rebels run all over Melcher-Dallas

King and Queen, Kaylee White & Dakota Gleissner
G-R Homecoming Court: In front (l-r) Justina Eggers, Rachel Cooley, Queen Kaylee White, Honorary Queen Ingrid Schiorn, Taylor Gienger, and Haleigh Berendes. In back (l-r) Tyson Creswell, Colton Clark, King Dakota Gleissner, Jadon Spear, and Jackson Kiburis.
Senior Girls Powder Puff Team
Junior Girls Powder Puff Team

GLADBROOK — The Gladbrook-Reinbeck defense surrendered just 3 yards and forced four turnovers as the Rebels pounded Melcher-Dallas 93-6 in Friday’s game. Gladbrook-Reinbeck (2-2, 2-0) collected its second consecutive win in 8-Man District 5 action, averaging 14.6 yards per play on offense while outgaining Melcher-Dallas 393-3 in total yards. The visiting Saints (1-3, 1-1) managed just four first downs and was held to minus-12 yards rushing. Colton Clark scored three of the Rebels’ seven first-quarter touchdowns, reeling in a 9-yard TD pass from Jackson Kiburis and following it up with a 7-yard touchdown run. Clark dashed in from 27 yards later in the opening period to make it 38-0, and G-R led 50-0 after one quarter. Lane Bach had a rushing touchdown and a pair of interception returns for scores, and backup quarterback Tom Smith led G-R with 64 yards rushing and two touchdowns.