Nashua-Plainfield football

Nashua-Plainfield’s first-team all-district players included senior John Krull.
A dozen Nashua-Plainfield football players received postseason honors from the Class A, District 4 coaches after a season in which the Huskies went 2-7 overall and 2-4 in district play. Three Huskies — seniors John Krull and Lukas Bucknell and junior Evan Kalainoff — were named to the first team...
Nashua-Plainfield players celebrate on the field after the Huskies got their first win on the field this season with an 8-0 win over Postville.
On a night in which the Nashua-Plainfield defense shone brightly, it was probably fitting that it was the defense that provided the points that gave the Huskies their first win — at least on the field — of the season. A week after the Huskies picked up their first win of the season when Starmont...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Levi Lindner forces a fumble as he tackles South Winneshiek’s Carter Wenthold during the fourth quarter of Friday’s game in Calmar.
Nashua-Plainfield didn’t get the win, yet one touchdown changed everything for the Huskies last Friday in a 38-16 loss to South Winneshiek. For the first time in the 2018 season, the Huskies found “pay dirt” as Derik Auchstetter raced 47 yards in the fourth quarter to finally give Nashua-Plainfield...
Evan Kalainoff, who finished Friday’s game with 15 tackle points, shoves a runner out of bounds during a game played earlier this season.
The Nashua-Plainfield football team is in desperate need of some good news, and it might finally get some this Friday. “Our injured guys are trickling back in, and we’re not going to be full strength yet, but we’re getting a lot of them back,” said coach Nick Lamphier, whose team fell to 0-5 with a...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Sam Fundermann (88) tackles a West Fork ball carrier as the Huskies’ Levi Lindner (22) comes up to help provide support.
Injuries plus sickness plus too many mistakes is not a good football equation, and it all adds up to an 0-4 start for Nashua-Plainfield. The latest loss came last Friday as West Fork used a quick start — the Warhawks scored on their first three drives of the game — to roll to a 34-0 non-district...
Nashua-Plainfield’s John Krull returns a punt in a game played against Belmond-Klemme a couple of weeks ago.
Maybe first-year head football coaches are jinxed at Nashua-Plainfield; after all, in 2015, Chase Sudol went through an injury-plagued debut season, and the same thing is happening to Nick Lamphier this year. “It’s been a struggle, and I guess the best thing you can say is our young guys are...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Kristian Holmvig (3) and Shane Hillesheim make a tackle early in Friday’s game against Belmond-Klemme.
This wasn’t the script Nick Lamphier had in mind when he took over as Nashua-Plainfield’s head football coach. Oh, he knew the schedule wasn’t easy so the 0-2 record may not be palatable but it is understandable. But after a 55-0 loss to Belmond-Klemme last week, the Huskies were down to one...
Jordan Klueber (66) and Luke Bucknell (42) provide protection for Nashua-Plainfield quarterback Michael Stille as he prepares to throw a pass in the Huskies’ game against North Butler Friday night.
Nick Lamphier probably figured he’d always remember his first-ever game as head football coach. But, just in case, Mother Nature chipped in as the Nashua-Plainfield football team dropped a 20-0 contest to North Butler on a game that started Friday night and ended on Saturday evening. “I’m getting...
Four of Nashua-Plainfield’s seniors — Mason Hyde (11), Levi Enright (83), Nathan Dettmer (64) and Dayton Hansen (4) — have been keys for the Huskies during a season in which they are making a run at the playoffs.
     Don’t tell Chase Sudol and his Nashua-Plainfield football players that this Friday’s home game is just another regular season game.     No sir, Friday’s tilt against West Hancock is a playoff game.     The winner makes the Class A state playoffs; the loser packs up the equipment and waits for...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Mason Hyde celebrates after the Huskies’ come up with a key defensive stop in the fourth quarter of Friday’s game.
    As Mason Hyde caught the pass that put Nashua-Plainfield ahead 14-13 last Friday night, he knew the Huskies were bound for victory.    Sure, there was a quarter and change remaining in the game against Grundy Center, but Hyde knew.    “Our defense had played great, and once we got the lead...

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