Mason Kent

Defensive back Mason Kent brings down a South Hardin ball carrier during last week's home win at Cadet Field. The Cadets will look for their second consecutive win, hosting A-P.

Iowa Falls-Alden's 35-6 rout of visiting South Hardin laid a perfect blueprint of how the Cadets can thrive on the football field. A strong running game, a few big passing plays and creating turnovers is a recipe that most teams would love to emulate.

While it may be unrealistic to expect the Cadets to force its opponent to commit six turnovers, IF-A Coach Don Anderson's squad will enter this week's non-district contest versus Aplington-Parkersburg (1-1) with plenty of momentum on its side.

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