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D4 SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1996 FOOTBALL THE SALINA JOURNAL COLLEGE SCOREBOARD College scores EAST Boston College 43. Navy 38 Buffalo 17, Edlnboro 7 Canlshrs12, St. Peter's? Columbia 17. Fordham 10 Connecticut 42. Yale 6 Dartmouth 21. Lehlgh 14 Dayton 24, Towson St. 17 Delaware 27. Maine 17 Duquesne 40. Gannon 8 Georgetown, D.C. 43, Siena 6 Harvard 30, Bucknell 7 Lalayette 30, Cornell 19 Marlst 28. Wagner 27 Massachusetts 21. Northeastern 14 Monmouth. N.J. 14, C.W. Post 7 Morgan St. 29, Cheyney 0 Pace 26.lona 20 Penn 38, Colgate 7 Princeton 37, Holy Cross 30 Rhode Island 28, Brown 13 Richmond 37, Boston U. 7 Robert Morris 35. Cent. Connecticut St. 13 Syracuse 52, Virginia Tech 21 West Virginia 13. Maryland 0 SOUTH Appalachian St. 34, Citadel 20 Clemson 21, Wake Forest 10 E. Illinois 38, Tenn.-Martln 0 E. Kentucky 28, Tennessee Tech 7 E. Tennessee St. 49, W. Carolina 10 East Carolina 28, Cent. Florida 7 Emory & Henry 24, Davidson 17 Florida 65, Kentucky 0 Florida A&M 21, Howard U. 20 Florida St. 13, North Carolina 0 Furman31,VMI 14 Grambllng St. 54, Prairie View 12 Hampton U. 14, Virginia SI. 10 Hofslra 45, Charleston Southern 0 Indiana St. 34, Liberty 10 Jackson SI. 39, Miss. Valley St. 13 Johnson C. Smith 38, S. Carolina St. 21 LSU 63, New Mexico St. 7 Marshall 37, W. Kentucky 3 Miami 45, Pittsburgh 0 Mississippi SI. 14. South Carolina 10 Morehead St. 24, Ky. Wesleyan 18 Murray St. 34, Middle Tenn. 7 New Hampshire 39, James Madison 22 Norfolk St. 27. Delaware St. 23 SW Louisiana 37, Louisiana Tech 31 Samlord 14, Ateom St. 13 Southern Miss. 24, Louisville 7 Southern U. 19, Tennessee St. 18 Tn.-Chattanooga 23. Georgia Southern 21 Virginia 37, Texas 13 MIDWEST Akron 27, W. Michigan 7 Bowling Green 31, Cent. Michigan 27 Cincinnati 30, Miami, Ohio 23, OT Clinch Valley 34, Butler 6 Evansvllle21,McKendree8 Iowa St. 45. Missouri 31 Michigan 38, UCLA 9 Michigan SI. 47, E. Michigan 0 N. Iowa 43, McNeese St. 10 Nebraska 65, Colorado St. 9 Northwestern 35, Indiana 17 Ohio St. 29, Noire Dame 16 Penn St. 23, Wisconsin 20 Purdue 42, N. Carolina St. 21 S. Illinois 38, Illinois St. 35 SE Missouri 17, Austin Peay 13 SW Missouri St. 34, Jacksonville SI. 9 Texas-El Paso 37, N. Illinois 6 Toledo 31, Weber St. 24 Youngstown St. 51, Clarion 10 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 38, NE Louisiana 21 Army 27, North Texas 10 Colorado 24, Texas A&M 10 SW Texas St. 27, Idaho 21 Stephen F.Austin 13, Tray St. 10 Texas Southern 26, Sam Houston St. 20 Texas Tech 58, Utah St. 20 Tulsa 31, Oklahoma 24 FAR WEST Air Force 45, Rice 17 Arizona St. 48, Oregon 27 Brigham Young 31, Southern Meth. 3 Cal Poly-SLO 49, Cent. Washington 14 California 48, Oregon St. 42,30T Montana St. 17, Idaho St. 13 Nevada 63, Kent 42 New Mexico 27, Texas Christian 7 S.Utah 42, Montana Tech 17 St. Mary's, Cal. 16, Drake 12 Washington St. 52, San Jose St. 16 Wyoming 33, UNLV 21 Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Games W L W L Kansas State 10 40 Colorado 10 31 Iowa State 10 22 Kansas 00 20 Nebraska 00 21 Missouri 02 13 South Division Conference All Games W L W L Texas 10 22 Texas Tech 11 22 Baylor 00 30 Oklahoma 00 03 Oklahoma State 01 31 Texas A&M 01 13 Saturday's games Iowa Stale 45, Missouri 31; Nebraska 65, Colorado State 9; Tulsa 31, Oklahoma 24; Colorado 24, Texas A&M 10; Texas Tech 58, Utah State 20; Virginia 37, Texas 13; Kansas at Utah, (n). KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Bethel 20 21 Southwestern 20 21 Bethany 10 11 Friends 10 12 McPherson 11 12 Sterling 11 12 Kansas Wesleyan 02 03 Ottawa 02 03 Tabor 02 03 Saturday's results Bethany 42, Ottawa 7; Southwestern 30, Kansas Wesleyan 9; Sterling 24, Tabor 14; Peru State, Neb. 24, Friends 10; Bethel 19, McPherson 13 (ot). RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Garnet W L W L Chadron State 2-0 40 Fort Lewis 20 31 Western Stale 10 13 Adams Slate 11 31 Mesa State 11 13 Nebraska-Kearney 11 13 Fort Hays State 01 21 New Mexico Highlands 02 22 Colorado Mines 02 13 Saturday's results Mesa Stale 24, Adams State 21; Fort Lewis 24. Colorado Mines 14; Chadron Stale 14, Nebraska-Kearney 10; Western State 21, New Mexico Highlands 21. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Games W L W L Northwest Missouri 20 40 Missouri Southern 20 30 Truman State 20 22 Plttsburg State 20 21 Washbum 11 12 Emporia State 11 13 Central Missouri 02 22 Missourl-Rolla 02 22 Missouri Western 02 22 Southwest Baptist 02 03 Saturday's results Northwest Missouri State 56. Missourl-Rolla 21; Truman State 38, Washbum 21; Pittsburg State 49, Southwest Baptist 20; Emporia Slate 30, Missouri Western 14; Missouri Southern 42, Central Missouri State 29. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Gamee W 2 2 W 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 Benedictine MidAmertca Nazarene Evangel Baker Graceland Central Methodist Culver-Stockton William Jewell 0 Lindenwood 0 Missouri Valley 0 Saturday's results Benedictine 50, Culver-Stockton 9; MldAmeri- ca Nazarene 20, William Jewell 0; Central Methodist 15, Missouri Valley 14; Evangel at Lindenwood, (n); Baker at Graceland, (n). Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Cotfeyvllle 30 30 Hutchlnson 31 31 Butler County 21 31 Garden City 21 31 Fort Scott 21 22 Highland 13 13 Independence 13 13 Dodge City 04 04 Saturday's results Haskell at Hlghland.(n); Cotfeyvllle at Independence, (n); Fort Scott at Butler County, (n); Garden City at Dodge City, (n); Air Force Prep at Hutchlnson, (n). Big 12 summaries NO. 8 NEBRASKA 65 COLORADO STATE 9 CS N First downs 19 32 Rushes-yards 30-59 70-476 Passing 270 152 Comp-Att-Int 14-31-2 14-22-0 Return Yards 144 184 Punts-Avg. 8-39.0 3-47.7 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2-0 Penalties-Yards 6-48 7-63 Time of Possession 25:17 34:43' INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Colorado State, Washington 1345, Branch 12-40, Moreno 5-(-21). Nebraska, Green 22-169, Evans 6-72, Bennlng 13-66, Sims 6-64, Frost 10-56, Schuster 2-21, Cobb 318, Turman 3-16, Legate 3-8, Kingston 2-0. PASSING—Colorado State, Moreno 13-26-2255, Esllnger 1-5-0-15, Nebraska, Frost 13-180-143, Turman 1-4-0-9. RECEIVING—Colorado State, Turner 6-125, Anloine 3-67, Workman 2-26, Porter 1-27, Cal- noun 1-23, Shull 1-2, Nebraska, Holbein 3-62, Green 3-19, Vedral 2-53, Jackson 2-13, Legate 1-9, Wietlng 1-6, Jackson 1-1, Frost 1-(-11). SCORING SUMMARY Colorado State 0603—9 Nebraska 7 17 20 21—65 First Quarter N—Jackson 3 pass from Frost (Brown kick), 4:16. Second Quarter N—Bennlng 19 run (Brown kick), 6:40. CS—Turner 32 pass from Moreno (kick blocked), 11:33. N—Frost 4 run (Brown kick), 14:04. N—FG Brown 27,15:00. Third Quarter N—Jackson 1 pass from Frost (Brown kick), 2:17. N—Schuster 15 run (kick failed), 3:54. N—Green 1 run (Brown kick), 9:10. Fourth Quarter CS—FG McDougal 27, 2:12. N—Sims 2 run (Retzlaff kick) 5:53. N—Evans 30 run (Retzlaff kick) 8:51. N—Wiggins 43 punt return (Hadenfeldt kick), 13:52. A—75,575. NO. 12 COLOR ADO 24 TEXAS A&M 10 C A&M First downs 10 27 Rushes-yards 29-91 33-62 Passing 246 385 Comp-Att-Int 16-27-1 34-64-0 Return Yards 12 13 Punts-Avg. 8-38.0 5-36.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 6-4 Penalties-Yards 11-107 5-52 Time of Possession 26:42 33:18 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Colorado, Henry 11-43, Carruth 1-28, Troutman 15-24, Detmer 2-(-4). Texas A&M, Parker 13-52, Bernard 4-14, Hardeman 37, Broyles 1-4, Hall 2-(-3), Stewart 10-(-12). PASSING—Colorado, Detmer 16-27-1-246. Texas A&M, Stewart 34-64-0-385. RECEIVING—Colorado, Savoy 4-20, Carruth 3-86, Kldd 3-62, Troutman 1-50, Lepsls 1-10, Chiaverinl 1-9, McCarty 1-7, Nunez 1-3, Stlg- gers 1-(-1). Texas A&M, Connell 18-208, Hawkins 3-47, Oliver 3-29, Hardeman 3-16, Parker 2-29, Spiller 2-24, Bernard 2-3, Hodge 1 • 29. SCORING SUMMARY Colorado 7 14 3 0—24 Texas A&M 0 7 0 3—10 First Quarter C—Carruth 28 run (Lesley kick), 0:13 Second Quarter C—Troutman 50 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), 1:24 A&M—Parker 13 pass from Stewart (Bryant kick), 6:24 C—Chiaverinl 9 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), 9:26 Third Quarter C—FG Lesley 32,13:31 Fourth Quarter A&M—FG Bryant 30,11:14 A—70,339. TULSA 31, OKLAHOMA 24 T 0 First downs 23 19 Rushes-yards 46-140 35-180 Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 277 243 18-38-1 15-31-1 23 49 8-31.8 6-343 2-0 5-2 9-85 10-105 Time ol Possession 33:51 26:09 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING— Tulsa, Williams 27-105, DeGar 11-20, White 8-15. Oklahoma, Parker 19-143, Allen 7-33. Jackson 1 -1 1 , Chancier 2-5, Rose 1 • 2, Daniels 1-(-5),Fuente4-(-9). PASSING— Tulsa. DeGar 18-38-1-277. Oklahoma, Fuente, 15-31-1-243. RECEIVING— Tulsa, Caswell 7-194, Savage 3-25, Utter 2-27. Bennett 2-22, White 2-3, Smith 1-9, Higglns 1-(-3). Oklahoma, McDanlel 5-108. Alexander 4-102, Freeman 2-14. Little 1-15. Williams 1-7, Parker 1-(-1), Allen 1-(-2). SCORING SUMMARY Tul»» 7 17 0 7—31 Oklahoma 0 7 17 0—24 First Quarter T — White 1 run (Anderson kick) 2:16 Second Quarter 0 — Allen 1 run (Alexander kick) 3:27 T — FG Anderson 37 6:21 T — Caswell 99 pass from DeGar (Anderson kick) 9:05 T — Utter 4 pass Irom DeQar (Anderson kick) 14:34 Third Quarter 0 — McDanlel 41 pass from Fuente (Alexander kk*) 2:20 0 — Fuente 1 run (Alexander kick) 7:30 0 — FG Alexander 49 14:23 Fourth Quarter T — White 2 run (Anderson kick) 7:38 A— 68,384. IOWA STATE 45, MISSOURI 31 M IS First downs 27 24 Rushes-yards 47-289 51-407 Passing 170 59 Comp-Att-lnl 13-22-1 8-15-1 Return Yards 36 18 Punls-Avg. 3-41.7 3-42.7 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-45 4-30 Time ot Possession 31:07 28:53 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING— Missouri, Jones 13-135. West 16-72, Blackwell 10-51, Janes 5-18, Olivo 3-13; Iowa St. T. Davis 41-378, Doxzon 7-21 , D. Davis 3-8. PASSING— Missouri, Jones 6-12-81, Skomla 7-10-89; Iowa St. Doxzon 8-15-59. RECEIVING— Missouri West 3-45, Ross 3-39, Brooks 2-35, Olivo 2-13, Coleman 1-25, Lingerfelt 1-9, Murchlson 1-4; Iowa St. Watley 4-49, Williams 2-9, Parmentier 1-5, T. Davis t-(-4). SCORING SUMMARY Missouri 0 14 17 0—31 Iowa State 3147 21—45 First Quarter IS— FG Kohl 27, 7:56 Second Quarter M— Blackwell 1 run (Morris kick), :46 IS— T.Davis 1 run (Kohl kick) 4:38 M-^Jones 3 run (Norris kick), 11:22 IS— Watley 20 pass Irom Doxzon (Kohl kick), 14:55 Third Quarter M— Jones 1 run (Norris kick), 7:51 IS— T. Davis 38 run (Kohl kick), 8:14 M—FG Norris 35, 11:16 M— Coleman 25 pass from Jones (Norris kick), 12:23 Fourth Quarter IS — Parmentier 5 pass from Doxzon (Kohl kick), 3:43 IS— T. Davis 40 run (Kohl kick), 8:07 IS— T. Davis 30 run (Kohl kick), 14:10 A— 44,941. Top 25 summaries NO. 1 FLORIDA 65, KENTUCKY 0 Kentucky 0000—0 Florida 20 21 17 7—65 First Quarter F— Hilllard 34 pass Irom Wuerftel (Edmlston kick), 1:03. F— FG Edmlston 39, 3:55. F— Anthony 13 pas Irom Wuerftel (Edmiston kick), 10:36. F— FG Edmiston 27, 14:50. Second Quarter F— Anthony 17 pass from Wuerflel (Edmlston kick), 4:06. F— Taylor 21 run (Edmiston kick), 7:27. F— Williams 1 run (Edmlston kick), 15:00. Third Quarter F— Green 66 punt return (Edmlston kick), 2:43. F— Green 79 punt return (Edmlston kick), 5:43. F—FG Edmlston 34, 11:47. Fourth Quarter F— Richardson 19 pass from Johnson (Cooper kick), 5:04. A— 85,422. NO. 2 FLORIDA STATE 13 NO. 11 NORTH CAROLINA 0 North Carolina 0000—0 Florida State 0100 3—13 Second Quarter FS— FG Bentley 33, :03 FS— Dunn 11 run (Bentley kick) 11:15 Fourth Quarter FS— FG Bentley 37, 8:08 A— 80,120. NO. 4 OHIO STATE 29 NO. 6 NOTRE DAME 16 Ohio State 1210 7 0—29 Notre Dame 703 6—16 First Quarter OS— Pearson 3 run (run failed), 1:45 ND— Edwards 2 pass tram Powlus (Sanson kick), 8:55 OS— Calhoun 3 pass from S. Jackson (run (ailed), 11:23 Second Quarter OS— J. Jackson 24 FG, 11:08 OS— Pearson 1 run (J. Jackson kick), 14:06 Third Quarter ND— Sanson 26 FG, 5:13 OS-Clones 13 pass tram S. Jackson (J. Jackson kick), 13:16 Fourth Quarter ND— Edwards 9 run (kick blocked), 7:59 A— 59,075. NO. 7 MICHIGAN 38, UCLA 9 UCLA 0306—9 Michigan 0 21 14 3—38 Second Quarter M— Williams 53 pass Irom Drelsbach (Hamilton kick), 1:26. M— Howard 31 run (Hamilton kick), 7:13. UCLA— FG Morten 25, 10:21. M— Howard 10 run (Hamilton kick), 12:18. Third Quarter M— Howard 6 run (Hamilton kick), 5:59. M— Howard 7 run (Hamilton kick), 10:17. Fourth Quarter UCLA— Ward 42 interception return (kick failed), :08. M—FG Hamilton 31, 8:12. A— 106,011. NO. 10 MIAMI, FLA. 45 PITTSBURGH 0 Pittsburgh 0000—0 Miami, Fla. 7 14 14 10-45 First Quarter M—Ferguson 8 run (Crosland kick), 6:28. Second Quarter M—Gaiter 19 pass from Clement (Crosland kick), 8:44. M—Gaiter 24 pass from Clement (Crosland Kick). 13:24. Third Quarter M—N. Williams 17 pass from Clement (Crosland Kick). 3:05. M—Gaiter 85 pass from Covlngton (Crosland Kick), 7:16. Fourth Quarter M-^lones 33 run (Crosland kick), 1:27. M—Crosland 50 FG, 14:10. A—32.747. NO. 3 PENN STATE 23 WISCONSIN 20 Penn Stile 10 10 0 3—23 Wisconsin 370 10—20 First Quarter W—FG Hall 47,5:41. PS—FG Conway 33,11:04. PS—Enis 1 run (Conway kick), 14:40. Second Quarter PS—Enis 7 run (Conway kick), 4:42. W—Dayne 6 run (Hall kick), 11:26. PS—FG Conway 28,15:00. Fourth Quarter W—Dayne 12 run (Hall kick), 7:29. W—FG Hall 24,11:38. PS—FG Conway 25,13:37. A—79,607. SYRACUSE 52 NO. 18 VIRGINIA TECH 21 Virginia Tech 14 0 7 0—21 Syracuse 7 17 7 21—52 First Quarter S—Maddox 4 pass from McNabb (Trout kick), 8:27. VT—White 60 blocked kick return (Graham kick). 11:59. VT—Oxendine 1 run (Graham kick), 13:24. Second Quarter S-Trout 23 FG. 6:38. S—Nash 4 blocked punt return (Trout kick), 7:23. S-^ones 23 run (Trout kick), 9:07. Third Quarter VT—Oxendine 3 run (Graham kick), 7:05. S—Spotwcod 10 pass from McNabb (Trout kick), 11:16. Fourth Quarter S—Jones 6 run (Trout kick), 5:46. S-Morris 5 run (Trout kick), 11:41. S—Bullock 20 interception return (Trout kick), 11:52. A—49,069. NO. 23 WEST VIRGINIA 13 MARYLAND 0 Maryland 0000—0 West Virginia 373 0—13 First Quarter WV—FG Taylor 33,10:06 Second Quarter WV—Zereoue 1 run (Taylor kick), 5:42 Third Quarter WV—FG Taylor 38, 7:10 A—54,542. BETHANY 42, OTTAWA 7 B 0 First downs 19 9 Rushes-yards 36-175 47-66 Passing yards 289 23 Comp-Att-Int 19-31-2 3-15-0 Total plays-yards 67-464 62-89 Fumbles-lost 0-0 2-1 Penalties-yards 13-137 2-10 Punts-Avg 4-22 7-35.7 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: B: Hales 2-48, Godwin 11-34, Bratt 6-33, Patterson 4-20, Buckner 2-17, Munoz 8-31, Moran 2-4, Martin 1-3.0: Hess 830, Davis 7-26, Welch 9-15, Nessa 13-5, Tale 49, Hoch 2-2, Gehrlng 3-4, Garcia 1-0. PASSING: B: Munoz 18-29-2,271 yards; Bratt 1-2-0,18 yards. 0: Nessa 3-15-0,23 yards. RECEIVING: B: Buckner 7-130, Mortensen 7110, Lugo 3-36, Casper 1-10, Godwin 1-3. 0: Bailey 2-27, Welch 1-(-4). PUNTING: B: Bratt 3-88, Team 1-0.0: Garcia 7-250. . SCORING SUMMARY Bethany 14 14 7 7-42 Ottawa 0070-7 First Quarter B - Buckner 7 run (Hathom kick), 6:48 B - Domlnguez recovered fumble in end zone (Hathorn kick), 4:02 Second Quarter B - Buckner 47 pass Irom Munoz (Hathom kick), 10:07 B - Mortensen 15 pass from Munoz (Hathom kick), 0:37 Third Quarter 0 - Taylor recovered blocked punt In end zone (Rogers kick), 11:05 B - Buckner 47 pass from Munoz (Hathom kick), 8:40 Fourth Quarter B - Bratt 33 run (Hathom kick), 7:52 SOUTHWESTERN 30 KANSAS WESLEYAN 9 SW KW First downs 10 19 Rushes-yards 42-154 55-191 Passing yards 79 140 ' Comp-att-lnt 9-21-0 9-21-2 Total offense 63-233 76-331 Fumbles-lost 6-5 6-3 Penalties-yards 5-49 5-36 Punts-avg. 8-37.9 6-35.7 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: KWU: White 8-41, Jones 14-119, Kramer 8-(-7), McAtlster 1-(-2), Bass 3-1, Lawson 8-2. Southwestern: Duncan 16-24, Donley 18-104, Armstrong 1-1, Piel 11-(-12), Creason 4-43, Robertson 5-31. PASSING: KWU: Kramer 4-8-0 42, Lawson 513-0 37. Southwestern: Plel 7-18-2 123, Wallls 1-2-0 3, Johnson 1-1-0 14. RECEIVING: KWU: Burke 4-38, White 2-14, Wilson 2-26, Williams 1-1. Southwestern: Creason 3-47, Bennlngton 2-38, Stames 1-13, Bradford 1-31, Eldson 1-8, Lowe 1-3. PUNTING: KWU: Kalen 8-37.9. Southwestem: Johnson 6-35.7. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas Wesleyan 0360-9 Southwestern 7 3 6 13 - 30 First Quarter SW-Bradford 13 run with fumble recovery (Schell kick), 11:35. Second Quarter KWU-Kalen 31 FG, 14:16. SW-Schell 28 FG, 0:13 Third Quarter KWU-Jones 55 run (pass failed), 8:30. SW-Creason 21 run (Schell kick), 4:33. Fourth Quarter SW-Robertson 9 run (kick failed), 10:11. SW-Bradford 31 pass from Plel (Schell kick), 5:42. MID-AMERICA NAZARENE 20 WILLIAM JEWELL 0 Mid-America Nazarene 713 0 0-20 William Jewell 0000-0 MA - Lamb 7 run (Bom kick) MA - Sibert 7 run (Bom kick) MA - Sibert 77 run (kick failed) FRIDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL SCORES Andale 21, Valley Center 14 Andover 33. Wellington 13 Arkansas City 35, Newton 14 Ashland 44, Meade 40 Alchison County 31, Royal Valley 17 Augusta 37, Qoddard 27 Baxter Springs 40, SE Cherokee 0 Belolt 30, Ellsworth 6 BV North 21, Shawnee Heights 7 BV Northwest 38, BV Slllwell 6 BV Randolph 51, Bern 6 Bennlngton 28, Hope 20 Bonner Springs 28, KC Turner 22 Buhler 54, Rose Hill 0 Bunion 60, Attica 14 Canton-Qalva 64, Peabody 0 Central Christian 60, Macksvllle 12 Central Heights 41, Marmaton Valley 25 Centre 65, White City 7 Chaparral 14, Circle 0 Chapman 26, TMP-Maitan 15 Claflin 62, Greensburg o Clifton-Clyde 30, Belleville 22 CoklwaterSO, Havlland26 Conway Springs 47, Bluestem 0 Cunningham 36, Argonla 12 Derby 41, El Dorado 6 Dighlon 22, Bucklln 13 Douglass 27, Belle Plains 21 Eldon, Mo. 25, Columbus 14 Bkhart 14, Clmanon 7 Ell-Saline 53, MourKiridge 7 Emporia 17, Topeka Seaman 7 Eudora 28, Osawalomie 2 Eureka 14, Vales Center 6 FUnthis 48, Hamilton 34 Fredonla3e,Neo*sha12 Frailenac40, NEArmae Garden City 43, Hays 14 Garden Plain 12, Medicine Lodge 0 Glrard 48, Caney 0 Goessel 63, Hutchlnson Trinity 14 Goodland 24, Atwood 21 (ot) Gridley 28, Oswego 14 Halstead 28, Haven 7 Hanover 50, Axtell 26 Mansion 62, Ingalls 36 Hartford 48, Dexter 6 Healy-UUca 34, Golden Plains 0 Hebron, Neb. 42, Valley Heights 16 Herlngton 19, Remington 12 Hemdon 56, Belhune, Colo. 18 HesstonIO, Nlckerson6 Highland 21, Oskaloosa 7 HillCily31,Plalnville2e Hillcresl 70, Baileyville 40 Hoislnglon 33, Lamed o Holcomb 32, Syracuse 6 Holton 29, Hiawatha 23 Holyoke, Colo. 47, St. Francis 34 Immaculate 14, Basehor-Unwood 12 Inman19, Sedgwlck6 tola 48, Burlington 0 Jackson Heights 45, Morton 0 M North 40, Pleasant Ridge 6 KC Center, Mo. 31, KC Wyandptte 30 KC Sumner 36, Alchison 20 Kensington 54, Tlplon 6 Labette County 20, Independence 19 LaCrosse 35, FalrfleldO Ukln29,Hugoton16 Lansing 30, Tonganoxle 7 Lawrence 14, SM West 7 Lebo 65, Burlingame 12 Lenora 70, Natoma 68 Lewis 70, Fowler 22 Liberal 55, Dodge City 20 Lincoln 28, Otis-Bison 0 Linn 56, St. Marys Academy 0 Little River 58, Olathe Christian 26 Loulsburg 17, Gardner-Edgerton 3 Lyndon 26, McLouth 24 Lyons 21, Smoky Valley 14 Manhattan 41, Maize 0 Mankato 50, North Central 0 Marion 12, Chase County 6 Marysville 36, Concordla 18 McPherson 19, Hutchlnson 0 Midway Denton 32, DeKalb, Mo. 20 Minneapolis 41, Clay Center 40 (2ot) Mlnneola 40, Jetmore 38 Mulvane 20, Kingman 6 Ness City 34, Ellinwood18 Nemaha Valley 26, Maur Hill 7 North Andrew, Mo. 71, Elwood 6 Northern Valley 30, Palco 14 Norton 19, Trego 7 Norwich 54, Pretty Prairie 8 Oberlln 36, Hoxle 21 Olathe East 24, SM South 0 Olathe North 22, SM Northwest 0 Olpe 35, Central Burden 7 Onaga 53, Washington 41 Ottawa 26, KC Ward 15 Paola 20, Wellsvllle 8 Perry-Lecompton 20, DeSoto 18 Pike Valley 54, White Rock 6 Pratt 40, Clearwater 0 Protection 15, Pawnee Heights 8 QuMra Heights 62, Stafford 28 Rltey County 26, Troy 21 Rock Creek 44, Northern Heights 0 Rolla60,Spearvllle12 Rossville 69, Mission Valley 0 Sabelha 36, Jell West 0 St. John 32, Kinsley 12 SJ Military 46, Wakelleld 0 St. Paul 26, Elk Valley 12 SI. Thomas Aquinas 19, SM Mlege 7 Salina Central 17, Junction City 14 Salina Sacred Heart 26, Council Grove 6 Santa Fe Trail 33, KC Piper 13 Salanla 28, South Gray 26 Sharon Springs 54, Quinter 7 Sliver Lake 20, Wabaunsee 0 Smith Center 60, Osbome 6 South Barber 53, Pratt Skyline 30 South Haven 52, Cedar Vale 28 SE Saline 37, Russell 0 South Haven 52, Cedar Vale 26 Spring Hill 41, Prairie View 27 Stanton County 38, SW Heights 27 Sterling 55, Cheney 13 Stockton 28, Ellis 12 Sylvan 52, Chase 8 Tescott 36, Solomon 12 Thayer 38. Williamsburg 28 Topeka High 28, Salina South 7 Top. Washbum Rural 42, Top. 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