WEBSTER CITY — A sluggish begin adopted by a back-and-forth third quarter left Webster Metropolis trailing to Mason Metropolis on the scoreboard.
That every one modified within the fourth quarter, because the Lynx scored 21 straight to take management on their solution to a 41-29 victory right here Friday night time.
Chase Rattenborg accounted for 2 of these scores within the quarter and Connor Hanson the opposite as Webster Metropolis (8-0 total) prevailed regardless of shedding all-state working again and linebacker Trey Mathis early to an damage.
Earlier this 12 months, the Lynx dominated in opposition to the Mohawks, main 22-0 after the primary on their solution to profitable 42-7.
However this time, it was Mason Metropolis forward after 12 minutes with a 3-0 benefit.
Rattenborg erased that with a 37-yard landing run halfway by way of the second, scoring on a fourth-down play.
Within the third, the Mohawks took a 10-7 lead earlier than Rattenborg went 33 yards on one other landing. Once more, Mason Metropolis answered, regaining management with a rating of its personal.
CJ Hisler modified that rapidly, darting his solution to a 99-yard kickoff return for the fourth landing within the contest inside 4 minutes of sport motion within the third.
Following a misplayed snap on a punt, the Mohawks punched in a rating behind Connor Dalan to go up 23-20 and end off a wild 33-point quarter.
Rattenborg and the protection took over from there. On a fourth-and-2 play, Rattenborg hit Tyler Olson for a 17-yard rating and he picked off a cross on the subsequent drive, returning it again for a rating.
Hanson made it 41-23 with a speeding rating.
Rattenborg completed with 4 whole touchdowns on the night time, speeding for 126 yards. Hanson added 116 as a part of a 300-yard effort on the bottom.
The Lynx protection recorded 4 sacks with Rattenborg, Devon Stoakes, Kyzer Stanley and Jamin Stuhr every getting one.
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