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Posted On: 11/20/20 10:07 AM

The first championship day inside the UNI-Dome featured the crowning of three champions in Iowa as Remsen St. Mary’s flexed its defense, Iowa City Regina ignited the scoreboard and North Scott made history.

After scoring over 100 points - yes, 100 - in the semifinals, Remsen St. Mary’s pitched a shutout, besting Fremont-Mills for the eight-player title.

In A, Iowa City Regina, led by former University of Iowa and NFL standout Marv Cook, earned another title for the trophy case over Grundy Center.

The tripleheader was capped off by North Scott denying Harlan the 3A crown by picking off seven passes.

Eight-Player: Remsen St. Mary’s 48, Fremont-Mills 0

After seeing the scoreboard break by posting over 100 - and allowing over 90 - in the semifinals, the Remsen St. Mary’s defense stepped up, shutting out Fremont-Mills.

Blaine Harpenau scored two quick touchdowns in the first quarter, continuing his incredible run inside the UNI-Dome. Harpenau missed just one pass in nine attempts, throwing three touchdowns while racking up over 200 yards of total offense.

Harpenau is a gamer and a winner. He makes plays with his arm and his feet.

The Remsen St. Mary’s defense was led by Jaxon Bunkers, as

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