Oskaloosa Indian Booster Club Cashes In on Football’s Successful Year

Bank Iowa VP Mark DeJong, Oskaloosa Activity Director Ryan Parker, OIBC President Gary Gordon, State Farm Agent Wyndell Campbell

Bank Iowa VP Mark DeJong, Oskaloosa Activity Director Ryan Parker, OIBC President Gary Gordon, State Farm Agent Wyndell Campbell (submitted photo)

The Oskaloosa Indian Football Team ended the year at 8-2, with its first 3-time showing in the State Playoffs, but the Oskaloosa Indian Booster Club was the one that cashed in on Wednesday Night. During the season, Bank Iowa and Wyndell Campbell State Farm made commitments for every Touchdown and First Down made at the Indians home games.

With the Indians success this year, that netted a donation to the Booster Club of close to $1,000. Bank Iowa sponsored the Touchdowns to the tune of $20 each, the potent offensive attack totaled 21 touchdowns at Lacey complex this season for a total donation of $420 by Bank Iowa. Wyndell Campbell State Farm committed to $5 for every ‘Good Neighbor’ First Down that was made at home for the Indians, those totals for 2018 resulted in 98 1st Downs and a donation of $490.

The Indians will look for an unprecedented 4th straight trip to the playoffs in 2019.

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