Iowa City Regina cleans up mistakes in win over Beckman, now turns to showdown with unbeaten Wilton

Regina’s Ty Joss walks through a crowd of players during a high school football game between the Regina Regals and Mid-Prairie Hawks At Regina High School in Iowa City, Iowa on Friday, Sept. 1, 2023. (Emily Nyberg/The Daily Iowan)

IOWA CITY — Following a tough loss to a rival, Iowa Metropolis Regina was in want of a palette cleanser.

The Regals wiped the slate clear and obtained again to their high-flying methods, dispatching Dyersville Beckman, 48-21, Friday evening in prep soccer recreation at Regina.

Sandwiched between final week’s 21-17 setback at West Department and a giant showdown with Class 1A fifth-ranked Wilton, the Blazers offered a possibility to get proper. Lamenting missed alternatives of their loss to the Bears, the ninth-ranked Regals hope the setback propels them to a deep postseason run.

“Coming off final week’s loss and watching movie, we simply made so many psychological errors,” Regina Coach Jason Dumont mentioned. “The message tonight was, we simply want to scrub that up. I assumed we did a very good job of that.”

“We flushed that final recreation down the bathroom,” Regina receiver Ty Joss mentioned. “We discovered from all of the errors we had. We regained that momentum and we’re preparing for the playoffs.”

From the onset, it was clear that this is able to be no entice recreation.

On the primary play from scrimmage, Gentry Dumont slung a fast move to the suitable. Joss secured the catch and trucked 61 yards down the suitable sideline for a landing 19 seconds into the sport.

“I really tousled final week going inside,” Joss mentioned. “I mounted that. I went exterior. I went with my blockers. I trusted them.”

Regina do-it-all two-way star Jackson Naeve got here into the evening with passing, speeding, receiving and kickoff return touchdowns. Following a three-and-out, he added a punt return landing to the checklist.

Naeve secured the catch at his personal 36, picked up a number of blocks, and took it down the left sideline for a 64-yard rating. The Regals seized a 14-0 lead with 9:47 remaining within the first quarter.

Dealing with a tough schedule, Dyersville Beckman (1-6, 1-3) had scored simply 16 factors since a season-opening win over Durant. On fourth-and-goal from the Regina 29, TJ Thier lofted a superbly positioned move to Nathan Forrest for a landing.

It was the very last thing that went effectively for the Blazers within the first half.

Tanner Ostwinkle knelt on the bottom fielding a punt snap. The Blazers misplaced a fumble and Naeve hauled in an interception, coming 12 yards shy of including a defensive landing to his resume.

The Regals turned the constantly quick discipline into fast factors. Regina entered the half with a 45-7 lead. The Regals pressured 4 turnovers on the evening.

Joss hauled in three of Dumont’s 4 landing passes. Naeve added a speeding rating from a yard out, giving him 18 touchdowns this season.

“Our line was doing a fantastic job, giving Gentry a whole lot of time.,” Joss mentioned. “Our coach did a very good job play calling. We had the suitable play calls. It was a group effort.”

Dumont completed his quick evening a really environment friendly 9-for-11 with 143 yards. He now has 20 landing passes this season.

“We labored loads on our bubble recreation this week,” Coach Dumont mentioned. “I assumed they executed that basically effectively.”

Iowa Metropolis Regina 48, Dyersville Beckman 21


First Downs 11, 11

Rushes-Yards 43-117, 15-84

Comp-Att-Int 5-11-3, 11-20-0

Cross Yards 60, 168

Whole Yards 177, 252

Penalties-Yards 4-30, 2-15

Fumbles-Misplaced 3-1, 0-0

Punts-Avg 2-38.5, 2-22.0

Dyersville Beckman 7 0 7 7 — 21

Regina 28 17 3 0 — 48

ICR — Ty Joss 61 move from Gentry Dumont (Emiliano Herrera-Sinnwell kick).

ICR — Jackson Naeve 64 punt return (Herrera-Sinnwell kick).

DB — Nathan Forrest 29 move from TJ Their (Julien Kramer kick).

ICR — Naeve 1 run (Herrera-Sinnwell kick).

ICR — Joss 15 move from Dumont (Herrera-Sinwell kick).

ICR — Herrera-Sinnwell 30 fg.

ICR — Joss 4 move from Dumont (Herrera-Sinnwell kick).

ICR — Tate Wallace 12 move from Dumont (Herrera-Sinnwell kick).

ICR — Money Hatfield 37 fg.

DB — Cody Hageman 3 run (Kramer kick).

DB — Cole Hirsch 7 run (Kramer kick).

Dashing — Dyersville Beckman: Cody Hageman 27-93, TJ Thier 2-minus-19, Tanner Ostwinkle 2-29, Eli Kluesner 1-4, Tanner Ostwinkle 1-minus-13, Dylan Recker 1-0, Cole Hirsch 8-25, Carter White 1-minus-2. Regina: Edwin Gangba 2-50, Jackson Naeve 3-15, Jack Clark 1-0, Gentry Dumont 1-minus-11, Savion Miller 4-24, Colin Baker 1-minus-9, Money Hatfield 2-7, Kyle Tracy 1-8.

Passing — Dyersville Beckman: Thier 4-8-51-1, Carter White 1-3-9-2. Regina: Dumont Sept. 11-143-0, Baker 2-8-25-0, Tracy 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — Dyersville Beckman: Benton Boge 2-19, Nathan Forrest 1-29, Chase White 1-3, Kluesner 1-9. Regina: Ty Joss 3-80, Tate Wallace 4-36, Andrew Greve 1-12, Naeve 2-39, Miller 1-1.

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