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The road to the UNI-Dome has reached its destination for the 28 teams that have qualified for the Iowa High School football semifinals.

Four teams in each of seven classes will be playing in Cedar Falls, with the winners advancing to the championship games seven days later. The field includes three teams from northeast Iowa: Don Bosco, Grundy Center and Waukon.

Here is the semifinal schedule:

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10:

  • 10 AM: Audubon (10-1) vs. CAM, Anita (11-0) (8-player)
  • 1 PM: Easton Valley (11-0) vs. St. Mary's, Remsen (11-0) (8-player)

THURSDAY, NOV. 11:

  • 10 AM: East Buchanan, Winthrop (10-1) vs. West Hancock, Britt (11-0) (Class A)
  • 1 PM: Woodbury Central, Moville (10-1) vs. Grundy Center (10-1) (Class A)
  • 4 PM: Lewis Central, Council Bluffs (9-2) vs. Waverly-Shell Rock (10-1) (Class 4A)
  • 7 PM: Winterset (9-2) vs. Xavier, Cedar Rapids (10-1) (Class 4A)

FRIDAY, NOV. 12:

  • 10 AM: Beckman Catholic, Dyersville (11-0) vs. Van Meter (11-0) (Class 1A)
  • 1 PM: Dike-New Hartford (11-0) vs. West Sioux, Hawarden (10-1) (Class 1A)
  • 4 PM: Ankeny (9-2) vs. Valley, West Des Moines (9-2) (Class 5A)
  • 7 PM: Iowa City, City High (10-1) vs. Southeast Polk (10-1) (Class 5A)

SATURDAY, NOV. 13:

  • 10 AM: Southeast Valley (10-1) vs. Waukon (10-1) (Class 2A)
  • 1 PM: Williamsburg (8-3) vs. West Lyon, Inwood (9-2) (Class 2A)
  • 4 PM: Solon (11-0) vs. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (11-0) (Class 3A)
  • 7 PM: Harlan (11-0) vs. Humboldt (11-0) (Class 3A)

To purchase tickets for the semifinal games, CLICK HERE. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Iowa high school playoffs, which began in 1972.

QUARTERFINAL RESULTS

8-PLAYER - Thursday, Nov. 4:

  • POD #1: St. Mary’s, Remsen 64, Don Bosco, Gilbertville 42
  • POD #2: Easton Valley 67, Kee, Lansing 22
  • POD #3: Audubon 34, WACO, Wayland 30
  • POD #4: CAM, Anita 64, Newell-Fonda 13

CLASS A - Friday, Nov. 5:

  • POD #1: West Hancock, Britt 27, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 0
  • POD #2: Woodbury Central, Moville 26, Logan-Magnolia 7
  • POD #3: Grundy Center 28, North Tama, Traer 7
  • POD #4: East Buchanan, Winthrop 12, Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 0

CLASS 1A - Friday, Nov. 5:

  • POD #1: West Sioux, Hawarden 31, Underwood 14
  • POD #2: Van Meter 31, ACGC 13
  • POD #3: Dike-New Hartford 38, Sigourney/Keota 14
  • POD #4: Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 35, MFL-Mar-Mac 6

CLASS 2A - Friday, Nov. 5:

  • POD #1: West Lyon, Inwood 24, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 7
  • POD #2: Southeast Valley 34, OABCIG 28
  • POD #3: Williamsburg 32, West Marshall, State Center 6
  • POD #4: Waukon 28, North Fayette Valley 14

CLASS 3A - Friday, Nov. 5:

POD #1: Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 50, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 14

POD #2: Humboldt 42, Independence 21

POD #3: Harlan Community 38, Nevada 0

POD #4: Solon 23, West Delaware, Manchester 19

CLASS 4A - Friday, Nov. 5:

  • POD #1: Winterset 28, Decorah 19
  • POD #2: Xavier, Cedar Rapids 24, Webster City 13
  • POD #3: Waverly-Shell Rock 36, Bondurant-Farrar 25
  • POD #4: Lewis Central, Council Bluffs 35, Indianola 21

CLASS 5A - Friday, Nov. 5:

  • POD #1: Southeast Polk 38, Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines 28
  • POD #2: Iowa City, City High 32, Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 13
  • POD #3: Valley, West Des Moines 40, Pleasant Valley 14
  • POD #4: Ankeny 37, Prairie, Cedar Rapids 7

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