Iowa High School Football Game Sets New Record After Over 200 Points Scored
The 2020 Iowa high school football season is wrapping up in the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls with a few games left, but nothing will top the game between Remsen St. Mary's and Montezuma.
In the first 8-Player State Semifinal, a total of 202 points were scored. Remsen defeated Montezuma with a final score of 108-94.
It's the highest-scoring game in state history, and is the first to surpass 200 points. Remsen is only the sixth 8-Player team in state history to break 100 points.
Some other notable state records:
- Montezuma is the first to score at least 90 points and lose.
- First game in state history to have both teams break 90 points
- Montezuma had 804 total yards of offense, the most for a single-game in an 8-Player game.
- Montezuma also had a record shattering 744 total passing yards, another 8-Player game record.
The final score is also higher than the combined number of students enrolled at the two schools.
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