The Ankeny and Ankeny Centennial rivalry began in 2013 with the split of the Ankeny Community School District into two separate districts. Both schools share a renovated stadium that holds 7,000 + fans. Even though these teams play on a neutral field, this rivalry is fierce. Ankeny Centennial currently leads the series at 6-2 but Ankeny High School dominated the 2020 matchup winning 48-6. Ankeny Centennial looks to continue their success in the series and revenge for the game last season.
Centennial - Payton Goode / Ankeny - Collin Kadolph
Nick holds a 4.2 GPA and has been collecting academic awards since the 9th grade, including a spot in the National Honor Society. A multi-sport athlete, Nick has lettered in football, wrestling, and rugby. He plans to attend college with a major in business and finance.
Owen is a terror on both sides of the ball. He’ll knock you on your back on defense and then steamroll through you on offense. Owen excels equally inside the classroom, boasting a 4.1 GPA. He plans to pursue higher education while continuing to follow his dreams in the field.
Ankeny Centennial gets revenge from last season's game by taking tonight's game, 14-7. The victory gives Ankeny Centennial coach Jerry Pezzetti 432 career wins, which ties for most wins in Iowa history. If the Jaguars win next week, Pezzetti will have the record for most wins in Iowa High School Football history. Ankeny Centennial and Ankeny High move on to Week 3 with a 1-1 record.
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