#8 Dawson Schmit, #22 Ethan Schoville diving for goal line

After weeks of practices and scrimmages for a shortened football season, the Denver High School Football team opened their football season against their rival, the Wapsie Valley Warriors. In the past three years, Wapsie Valley had gone 3-0 against Denver, and this year the Cyclones looked to change that. However, the experience and skill the…

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The 2019 Denver Cyclone Football Season has been a wild ride. The Cyclones, who started 0-3 to the season, were almost able to come back from the doldrums and make it into the playoffs with a 5-1 record the rest of the season, ending the 2019 schedule with a 5-4 record. This season was also…

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It was an emotional, hard fought last home game for the Denver Cyclones Football Team. It was the last home game for Ely South, Logan Tierney, Colton Reiter, Nathan Eggena, Mitchil Thuesen, and Peyton Dobbs, so Denver had to make the most of it. They did, defeating North Butler mainly with their consistently stern defense…

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Thursday night, Denver Junior High had a game with Sumner Fredericksburg and Denver Junior Varsity played against North Fayette Valley. We appreciate the comments concerning our work with Varsity sports and would like to provide coverage of all games our Cyclones are competing in, but with the limited time available we struggle to make that…

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There is always a little good with the bad, some say. The bad was last week’s homecoming loss to Osage. This week, the Cyclones turned themselves around to defeat Aplington-Parkersburg 35-13 on their home turf during their homecoming on October 4th. To start the game, the Falcons made a few plays with #24 Ayden Morris…

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The Denver Cyclones had just come off a big win the week before, and they knew this week’s homecoming game against Osage was going to be very tough. Osage and Denver fought early, but as the game progressed Osage made big plays on defense that pushed them over the Cyclones 24-7. To start the game,…

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