Dylan Hildreth’s 106 yards in the Indianola Indians losing effort to the Cedar Falls Tigers last Friday night in the opening round of the football playoffs pushed him over the 1,000 yard mark on the season.

Hildreth came into the game needing just 23 yards to reach the barrier, which marks his second straight season of doing so after gaining 1,353 yards in his junior campaign. Hildreth also found the endzone 19 times on the ground to lead the team, and also caught the ball 22 times for 251 yards to put his total yards gained this season at 1,334. The Indians will have to replace Hildreth and second leading rusher Kolby Kolarik who rushed for 361 yards and 5 touchdowns as they are both lost to graduation.