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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1996 CS V HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL fji hnldc nff 1CL 11U1UL9 Ull Panthers march 77 yards in late drive to , preserve 22-14 victory By ARNE GREEN flie Salina Journal , BELLEVILLE — The Concordia • Panthers lived and died by the t .pass for three quarters Friday "ni'ght against Belleville. But with the game on the line, they decided it was time for a change. Reverting to a power running attack in the fourth period, the Panthers marched 77 yards for the decisive touchdown to preserve a 22"HS victory over the Buffalos. ?'•. "The fourth quarter, we always say, is ours," said Concordia coach -".Ron Culwell, whose Panthers im•<\ proved to 4-1 with the victory. "We ^ told them right before the drive -•that this drive will show what '?'- you're made of. " ."That's what we wanted to do — "»make them earn it. It's a great win • for us. I have a lot of respect for 11 ,^Monty (Bechard, Belleville coach) and his program." » .•• The touchdown, with Concordia -(.clinging to a 15-14 lead, came with Concordia 22, Belleville 14 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Comp-All-lnl Total plays-yards Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Punts-Avg C 13 29-107 184 10-19-1 48-291 1-1 7-65 3-41.7 B 17 43-245 77 5-9-i 52-322 1-1 3-25 3-28 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: C: Essllnger 17-59, Letoumeau 5-10, Wheeler 6-38, Zimmerman 1-0. B: Slemsen 9-43, Couture 17-117, Navls 3-5, Sells 14-80. PASSING: C: Letoumeau 10-19-1, 184 yards. B: Navis 4-8-1, 62 yards; Sells 1-1-0,15 yards. RECEIVING: C: Schmltt 4-44. Demars 3-93, Zimmerman 2-35, Essllnger 1-12. B: Poole 2-24, Slemsen 1-8, Wiley 2-45. PUNTING: C: Letoumeau 3-41.7. B: Wren 3-28. SCORING SUMMARY Concordia 0 15 0 7-22 Belleville 0 8 6 0-14 Second Quarter B - Poole 9 pass from Navls (Slemsen run), 7:00 C - Schmitt 5 pass from Letoumeau {Letoumeau run), 3:36 B - Zimmerman 7 pass from Letoumeau (Demanett kick), 1:22 Third Quarter B - Couture 13 run (run tall), 5:08 Fourth Quarter C - Letoumeau 5 run (Demanett kick), 6:09 6:09 left on a 5-yard bootleg run by quarterback Jacob Letoumeau. The play capped a drive that started with 20 seconds left in the third quarter and consumed 6 minutes, 11 seconds. The Panthers, who had just 107 rushing yards in the game, picked up 75 yards of them on the winning drive as fullback Jamie Wheeler and tailback Travis Esslinger did most of the damage. Belleville, which fell to 3-2, got the ball back twice but started deep in its own territory both times and ran out of time at the Concordia 37-yard line. "They're so good offensively," said Bechard. "Their timing routes, with those receivers and their quarterback, are so hard to stop. "But I'm happy with our kids. I thought they really stepped it up and improved immensely. We lost, Concordia is a rival, but we gave it a good shot." The Buffs closed to within a point with a long drive of their own in the third quarter, going 71 yards in 11 plays on their first possession of the second half. Brad Couture, who finished with 117 yards rushing, ran 13 yards for the score. Belleville had 322 yards total offense in the game, 245 on the ground. For Concordia, Letoumeau threw for 184 yards and two touch- downs. Curtis Demars had three catches for 93 yards. A Belleville turnover late in the second quarter set up a Concordia touchdown that gave the Panthers a 15-8 halftime advantage. Four plays after Concordia scored to tie it at 8, Belleville running back Clint Siemsen lost the handle at his own 35-yard line and Demars scooped up the loose ball, returning it to the Buff 7 yard line. Following an incomplete pass, Letoumeau pump-faked to the left and found Darrell Zimmerman all alone in the right corner of the end zone for a 7-yard touchdown. Jace Demanett kicked the extra point with 1:22 left in the half. Belleville scored first, with 7 minutes left in the half, when Corbin Navis found Norris Poole in the middle of the end zone on a 9-yard touchdown pass. Siemsen ran for the 2-point conversion. But the Panthers came right back, marching 80 yards in 7 plays with Letoumeau hitting Peter Schmitt on a 5-yard pass with 3:33 left in the half. Letoumeau, who competed passes of 35 yards to Demars and 28 to Zimmerman on the drive, ran for the 2-point conversion. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RESULTS "••"•• MANKATO 52, JEWELL 8 - f 'Jewell 0008-8 H ,., Mankato 6 24 6 16 - 52 • 'Jewell - C.Ramsey 3 run. PAT - C.Ramsey run. '»- ' : Mankato - Garman (5) 15, 60, 9, 43, 6 runs; Dauner "-. ,44, run; Uglow 10 pass from Beck. PAT - Dauner 2 ,. t runs; Osborne 2 runs; Garman run. MI..- QUIVIRA HEIGHTS 30, TESCOTT14 -- Q.ulvira Heights 8 6 8 8-30 ^''Te'scott 0 8 0 6-14 -.' ' Qulvlra Heights - Rolls 17 pass from Blanchett; Parson (2) 37 run, 42 pass from Blanchett; Stroede 14 pass from Blanchett. PAT - Parsons pass from '•'•'-. Blanchett; Rogers run; Stoede run. j, ^escort - Hummel 24 run; Miller 8 run. PAT - Getting n ;'run. iv GOODLAND41.OBERLIN19 Qberlln 0.13 0 6-19 ~"'Goodland 0 31 7 3-41 Oberiln - linger (2) 13, 15 passes from Ketterl; King ».. run. PAT - Llppelman kick. ' '• 'Goodland - Burk (3) 10, 14, 20 runs; Hall run; team '": safety; Short 21 run; Hall 19 fg. PAT - Hall 5 kicks. ' ' HOXIE 56, QUINTER 7 •"' Qulnter 0007-7 Hoxle 21 28 7 0-56 Qulnter - Worth 67 pass from Halslett. PAT - Lichty ".iKIck. HI; |Hoxle - Randolph (2) 5, 46 passes from Meyers; Mauck (3) 18, 1 run, 50 punt return; Meyer (2) 53, 5 ~° -runs. PAT - Hague 8 kicks. ? i '„". BELOIT 43, ABILENE 7 " Bdlolt 23 13 7 0-43 '.'! Abilene (2-3) 0007-7 ';,- Beloit - Lang (2) 1, 32 runs; Isbell (3) 44, 50,7 runs; ... Rowh 44 pass from Heldriclk; team safety. PAT- Rowh -'«' priss from Heldrlck; Seyfort 4 kicks. Abilene - Carver 3 run. PAT - Miller kick. -**-'*• KENSINGTON 50, PALCO 0 •i -Pa|co(1-4) 0 0 0 x - 0 ' --.Kensington (5-0) 221414 x - 50 " " .' Kensington - Engelke (3) 45,30,22 runs; Dibble punt " '^recovery in end zone; Hudson 1 run; Beckman 24 pass , i from Bearley; Bearley 1 run. PAT - Engelke 2 runs; Beckman pass from Bearley; Yoxall run. ••"'J WILSON 44, DOWNS B Wilson (5-0) 14 14 14, 0-44 Downs (1-4) 0800-8 Wilson - Soukup (2) 10,5 runs; NlehoH (2) 2,4 runs; ' Belts 2 run; Mog 4 run. PAT - Soukup run; Nlehoff run; Mog run; Bohnen run. Downs - Rodehorst B pass from Doane. PAT - Rodehorst pass from Doane. RILEY COUNTY 25, CLIFTON-CLYDE 14 Rlley Co. (5-0) 7 6 6 6-25 Clifton-Clyde (2-3) 6 0 0 8-14 Rlley Co. - McGraw (2) 1, 1 runs; Aylward (2) 16, 1 runs. PAT - McGraw kick. Clifton-Clyde - LeClalr 15 run; Beeson 5 pass from Steinbrock. PAT •-» Czapansky run. '<; , LUCAS-LURAY 56, CHASE 6 ; ' Lucas-Luray (3-2) 20 30 6 x - 56 •Chase(1-4) 0 6 0 x- 6 n -Lucas-Luray - Dolton (3) 2, 58 runs, 15 pass from « .T.J.Palmer; Brlcker (3) 6. 57 runs, 45 pass from '•f.J.Palmer; T.J.Palmer (2) 5, 7 runs. PAT - Dolton 3 ?' ; runs; T.J.Palmer run. . i , phase - Stanley 64 run. 0 •>!. • WHITE ROCK 56, SOUTHERN CLOUD 6 Southern Cloud (0-5) 0 80 0- 6 „ White Rock (1-4) 14 22 7 13 - 56 • • Southern Cloud - Darnell 1 run. While Rock - Flavin (4) 17, 7, 67, 5 runs; Klndler 3 run; Slmmellnk (2) 22,68 runs. PAT - Klndler 2 runs, 2 e - kTcks; Mizner pass from Slmmelink. /.; ,H, • TREGO 33, STOCKTON 14 '" Stockton (3-2) 0 014 0-14 i K 'Trago(3-2) 0 7 0 26 - 33 Stockton - Wagner 1 run; McReynolds 2 run. PAT Wagner run. Trego - Spies 9 run; Richards (2) 2,1 runs; Schuster (2) 9,1 runs. PAT - Malsam 3 kicks. . SYLVAN 58, TIPTON 16 Tlpton (2-3) 0 8 8 0-16 Sylvan Grove (5-0) 3214 6 6-58 Tlpton - Timbers (2) 15,25 runs. Sylvan Grove - C.Meitler (2) 5, 45 runs; Keller (2) 15 pass from Frederking, 6 run; Frederklng 25 run; Wlese 16 run; Sheldon 65 run; D.Melller 35 pass from C.Meitler. PAT - C.Meitler 2 runs; Wiese pass from C.Meitler; D.Melller run; Frederklng run. NORTON 47, HILL CITY 0 Hill City (2-3) . 0000-0 Norton (5-0) 13 22 6 6-47 Norton - Mann 5 run; Stull 18 fumble recovery; Williams (2) 12,16 runs; Cox 3 run; R.Phllpott 67 pass from Cox; N.Phllpott 3 run. PAT - Cox kick; Williams run; Mann run. EASTERN HEIGHTS 54, LENORA 6 Lenora(1-4) 6 0 x x - 6 Eastern Heights (4-1) 846 x x - 54 Lenora - Beck 45 fumble recovery. Eastern Heights - Forell (2) 5,30 runs; Gower 20 run; Boyle 11 run; McClaln 34 run; Hanes 37 pass from Boyle; Team safety. PAY - Boyle 3 runs; Gower run; Nelson pass from McClaln. ST. JOHN'S-BELOIT 48, NORTH CENTRAL 0 North Central (0-5) 0 0 x x - 0 SJ Beloit (3-2) 30 18 x x - 48 SJ Beloit - Budke (3) 34 run, 22 interception return, 10 pass from Brown; Brown (3) 47, 7 runs, 40 punt return; Dlllner recovered blocked punt In end zone. PAT - Schwerman 2 passes from Brown; Budke pass from Brown. CENTRE 61, WAKEFIELD 14 Wakefleld (0-5) 014 0 x - 14 Centre (5-0) 41 14 6 x - 61 Wakefleld - Homer (2) 2 run, 11 pass from Hooper. PAT - Lloyd pass from Homer. Centre - Stelner (3) 18,4,36 runs; Hanschu (3) 32,1, 24 runs; Castillo (2) 6, 46 runs; Jones 2 run; PAT - Ut- tlng pass from Hanschu; Bina 5 kicks. ST. FRANCIS 35, OAKLEY 0 Oakley (3-2) 0000-0 St. Francis (4-1) 14 7 7 7-35 St. Francis - Cuwell (2) 3,1 runs; Faylor (2) 1, 1 runs; McAtee 10 run. PAY - Gabel 5 kicks. BENNINGTON 41, SOLOMON 26 Bennlngton (3-2) 22 13 6 0-41 Solomon (1-3) 0 6 0 20 - 26 Bennlngton - Daniels (2) 70 klckoff return, 2 run; Stensfor (2) 32,1 pass from Morgan; Smith 11 run; Barrett 7 run. PAT - Smith run; Stensfor pass from Morgan; Allebeck kick. Solomon - Neaderhlser (2) 15,71 runs; Heller 3.runs; Sudermann 6 pass from Kelsey. PAT - Neaderhlser pass from Kelsey. MINNEAPOLIS 40, RUSSELL 10 Russell (0-5) 0 10 0 0-10 Minneapolis (3-2) 713 7 13 - 40 Russell - Whitney 19 pass from Hoss. PAT - Raymer pass from Hoss, Minneapolis - Condray 66 pass from Harris; Pleschl 54 run; Harris 1 run; DeWallace 57 run; Ablard 24 pass from Harris; DaWallace 80 run. PAT - Parks 4 kicks. CLAFLIN 72, KINSLEY 6 Kinsley 0006-6 Claflln 30 22 13 7-72 Kinsley - Turth 52 run. Claflln - Beck (4) 11, 53, 39 runs, 20 pass from Urban; JMcDanlle (2) 68, 1 runs; Hekele (3) 20, 21, 1 runs; RMcDanlel 55 Interception return. PAT - Beck run, Passf from Wondra; Krug run, 4 kicks. BLUE VALLEY-RANDOLPH 49, WHITE CITY 0 BV Randolph 34 15 x x - 49 White City 0 0 x x - 0 BV Randolph - Peter (2) 8,32 runs; Steadman 9 pass from Dowell; Bolson 16 run; Klocke 4 run; Dowell 27 run; Cox 1 run. PAT - Steadman 5 kicks; Hagenmeler run. ^ WAMEGO 27, CHAPMAN 13 Wamego 14 7 6 0-27 Chapman 7 0 0 6-13 Wamego - Adams (2) 61, 1 runs; Langston 73 pass from Soil; Soil 1 run. PAT - Langston 3 kicks. Chapman - Haney 5 run; Craig 3 run. PAT - Abeldt kick. SMITH CENTER 62, PLAINVILLE 8 Plalnvllle 8000-8 Smith Center 16 14 24 8 - 62 Plalnville - Anderson 3 run. PAT - Ross run. Smith Center - Depperschmldt (2) 56,25 runs; Stewart (2) 3, 21 runs; Merritt (2) 2, 2 runs; King 22 run; Montgomery 1 run. PAT - Stewart 2 runs; Depper- schmldt run; Overmlller run; Rameriz run; Mansholt pass from Overmlller; Tucker pass from King. STERLING 55, HILLSBORO 27 Hlllsboro 7 0 0 20 - 27 Sterling 14 21 13 7 - 55 Hillsboro - Foth (2) 37,65 passes from Drlggers; Ratzlaff 15 pass from Drlggers: Hill 85 kickoff return. PAT - Schabel 3 kicks. Sterling - Barrett (4) 36,80,16,3 runs; Thompson (2) 5, 30 runs; Linden 3 run; Brunlng 68 run. PAT - Morrison 7 kicks. PIKE VALLEY 34, AXTELL14 Axtell 0 6 8 0-14 Pike Valley 20 8 0 6-34 Axtell - Detweller 2 run; Koch 20 pass from Detweller. PAT - Helmerichs pass from Detweller. Pike Valley - Burgess (2) 29,11 runs; Langston 6 run; Brzon 1 run; Sandell 9 run. PAT- Burgess run; Brzon run. NORTHERN VALLEY 52, RANSOM 6 Northern Valley 2612 6 8-52 Ransom 0006-6 Northern Valley - Hansen (2) 4, 20 runs; Hammond (2) 23, 5 runs; Cox 8 run; Ingram 13 run; Dellmont 37 run; Safety. PAT - Hansen pass from Cox; Hammond 2 runs; Ingram pass from Dellmont. Ransom - Albers 6 pass from Friess. HEALY-UTICA 26, CHEYLIN 20 Cheylln 6 8 6 0-20 Healy-Utlca 0 20 0 6 - 26 Cheylln - Leach (2) 1, 5 runs; Deeds 11 pass from Leach. PAT - Hendrlcks pass from Leach. Healy-Utlca - Helm (2) 1,3 runs; Wilson 16 pass from Cramer; Taldo 25 run. PAT - Helm run. TRIPLAINS 48, GRINNELL 26 Grlnnell (3-1) 6 6 8 6-26 Trl-Plalns (5-0) 26 6 B 8-48 Grinnell - Klnderknecht (2) 45, 35 passes from Heln- rlch; Beckman 22 pass from Capo; Capo 76 klckoff return. PAT - Capo run. Triplalns - D.Wright (4) 3,4,13,2 runs; Latham (2) 4, 2 runs; T.Wright 70 klckoff return. PAT - D.Wright 2 runs; Lewallen run. Scores Scores of games played Friday: Anderson County 14, Eudora 13 Argonla 18, South Haven 9 Arkansas City 7, Wlnfleld 6 Ashland 48, Jetmore 6 Beloit 43, Abilene 7 ' Bennlngton 41, Solomon 26 BV Randolph 49, White City 0 Bonner Springs 27, Atchlson 7 Bucklln 34, Otis-Bison 6 Burrton 64, Pratt-Skyllne 28 Central Heights 34, Pomona 7 Centralla 49, Burllngame 0 Centre 61, Wakefleld 14 Chaparral 39, Clearwater 8 Claflln 72, Kinsley 6 Concordia 22, Belleville 14 Cunningham 43, Norwich 18 Derby 28, Newton 14 Dodge City 24, Great Bend 8 Douglass 52, Cheney 14 Eastern Heights 54, Lenora 6 El Dorado 39, Hutchlnson 13 Elk Valley 36, Grldley 8 Elkhart 13, SW Heights 12 Ell-Saline 65, Peabody 6 Emporia 41, Topeka Highland Park 7 Fredonla 53, Burlington 6 Galena 28, Erie 0 Garden Plain 48, Conway Springs 8 Goodland 41, Oberiln 19 Halstead 45, Elllnwood 8 1 Hanston 38, Satanta 22 Healy-Utlca 26, Cheylln 20 Hiawatha 15, Atchison County 8 Hoisington 25, Scott City 12 Holcomb 33, Leotl B Hope 58, SJ Military 36 Horton 14, Valley Falls 0 Hoxle 56, Qulnter 7 Humboldt20, Eureka 13 Ingalls 60, Bazlne 12 Inman 28, Moundrldge 7 Jackson Heights 28, Jeff North 27 Jeff West 25, Nemaha Valley 0 Joplln, Mo. 35, Coffeyvllle 7 Junction City 24, Topeka High 10 Kensington 50, Palco 0 LaCrosse 24, Lincoln 14 Lakln 22, Syracuse 0 Lawrence 48, Olathe South 6 Lebo 14, Marals des Cygnes 0 Lewis 26, Macksvllle 12 Little River 56, Pretty Prairie 14 Logan 66, Moriand 46 Loulsburg 41, Prairie View 26 Lucas-Luray 56, Chase 6 Lyndon 38, Madison 13 Manhattan 20, Sallna South 14 (2ot) Mankato 52, Jewell 8 Marysville 44, Clay Center 20 Midway Denton 48, St. Marys Academy 14 Minneapolis 40, Russell 10 Mulvane 27, Circle 22 Neodesha 45, Cherryvale 22 Ness City 58, Greensburg 0 Northern Heights 61, Mission Valley 28 Northern Valley 52, Ransom 6 Norton 46, Hill City 0 Paola 37, Gardner-Edgerton 0 Pawnee Heights 67, Fowler 22 Phllllpsburg 14, Osborne 6 Pike Valley 34, Axtell 14 Pratt 40, Klngman 0 Qulvlra Heights 30, Tescott 14 Rlley County 25, Clifton-Clyde 14 .Rlverton 28, Glrard 24 Rossvllle 36, Rock Creek 0 Sabelha 18, Royal Valley 12 St. Francis 35, Oakley 0 SJ Beloit 48, North Central 0 St. Paul 34, Thayer 14 Sallna Central 46, Topeka West 14 Salina Sacred Heart 14, Marion 6 SM West 23, SM East 21 Smith Center 62, Plalnville 8 Smoky Valley 14, Haven 10 SE Saline 38, Ellsworth 8 South Gray 58, Moscow 22 Sterling 55, Hlllsboro 27 Sylvan 58, Tlpton 16 Topeka Seaman 35, Topeka Hayden 14 Topeka Washbum Rural 30, Shawnee Heights 9 Trego 33, Stockton 14 Triplalns 48, Grinnell 26 Troy 28, Pleasant Ridge U Ulysses 56, TMP-Marlan 14 Valley Center 25, Rose Hill 0 Wabaunsee 20, St. Marys 0 Wamego 27, Chapman 13 Wathena 17, Oskaloosa 14 Waveriy 28, Olpe 21 Wellington 14, Buhler 7 Wellsvllle 30, Baldwin 0 White Rock 56, Southern Cloud 6 Wichita Collegiate 35, Hesston 14 Southeast whips Ellsworth, 38-8 By The Journal Staff ELLSWORTH — Southeast of Saline geared up for its showdown next Friday at Concordia with a convincing 38-8 victory Friday night over Ellsworth in a North Central Activities Association game. Unbeaten Southeast (5-0) faces a Concordia team that is 4-1 and is coming off a 22-14 victory Friday over Belleville. Southeast, the No. 5-ranked team in Class 3A, got three touchdowns from Ryan Kejr in its victory , over Ellsworth (0-5). Kejr, a senior, scored on runs > of 19,19 and 21 yards. Jason Redden scored the Trojans' first touch, down on a 14-yard run. Thane Douglas added a 3- yard scoring run in the third quarter. Placekicker Andy Thiel booted a 16-yard field goal in the second quarter, had three extra point kicks, and threw a two-point conversion pass.to , Douglas. Southeast led 25-0 at halftime and 38-0 after three quarters. "I feel good about the win," Southeast coach Phil Katzenmeier said. "We got a lot of guys in the game. "We've got our work cut out for us the next four ' weeks." The victory clinched a winning season for the Trojans, their third in a row and the first time Southeast has had three consecutive winning seasons since 1983-85. Ellsworth scored in the fourth quarter on Troy Robl's 65-yard run. Casey Gwinner caught the two- point conversion pass. Trego surprises Stockton Eagles score 26 straight points in fourth quarter to down No. 1 2-1A team By The Journal Staff Trego scored 26 unanswered points in the fourth quarter Friday night en route to a 33-14 upset victory of Stockton, the No. 1-ranked team in Class 2-1A in a Mid- Continent League game. Eric Richards and Darren Schuster scored two touchdowns each for Trego. Schuster had 206 yards rushing on 29 carries and two touchdowns for Trego. Trego (3-2) led 7-0 at halftime, but trailed 14-7 after three quarters. Travis Wagner and Aron McReynolds scored touchdowns for Stockton (3-2) on short runs. • Smith Center 62, Plainville 8 — Kade Depperschmidt ran for 159 yards and scored two touchdowns and Andy Stewart added 111 yards rushing and two touchdowns for Smith Center. Clint Merritt also scored two TDs for Smith Center, the No. 3-ranked team in Class 3A. • Riley County 25, Clifton-Clyde 14 — At Clyde, Ryan Alyward and Jon McGraw scored two touchdowns each as Riley County remained unbeaten. Riley County (5-0) led 13-6 at halftime. Curtis LeClair scored on a 15-yard run Area * Srl^P^^^^ and Justin Steinbrock threw a touchdown pass for Clifton-Clyde (2-3) • Wamego 27, Chapman 13 — At Chapman, Aaron Adams ran for two touchdowns and Brandon Solt threw for a TD and ran for another for Wamego. Chris Langston caught a 73-yard touchdown pass from Solt and kicked three extra points. • Pike Valley 34, Axtell 14 — At Scandia, Pike Valley coach Don Melby notched his 100th victory. Trevor Burgess rushed for 156 yards and scored two touchdowns. • Kensington 50, Palco 0 — At Kensington, Trevor Engelke rushed for 167 yards and three touchdowns as No. 2- ranked Kensington (4-0) remained unbeaten in Eight-Man II. Engelke scored on runs of 45, 30 and 22 yards and had two two-point conversion runs. The game was stopped in the third quarter by the 45-point rule. • Wilson 44, Downs 8 — At Downs, Joe Soukup, Brandon Niehoff and Charles Betts scored two touchdowns each for No. 7 -ranked Wilson in an Eight-Man I game. • St. John's-Beloit 48, North Central 0 — At Beloit, Jason Budke and Matt Brown scored three touchdowns each in an Eight- Man II game halted at halftime by the 45- point rule. • Centre 61, Wakefleld 14 — At Lost Springs, Kevin Steiner and Brandon Hanschu scored three touchdowns each as Centre, the top-ranked team in Eight-Man I, rolled over winless Wakefield. The game was stopped in the third quarter by the 45-point rule. SALINE COUNTY STATS PACK Statistics from Friday's county high school games Manhattan 20 Salina South 14 (2 OT) GAME IN STATS SS MHS First downs 21 11 Rushes-yards 70-315 35-145 Passing yards 14 100 Com-Att-Int 2-5-0 6-10-0 Total offense 75-329 45-245 Fumbles-lost 5-4 3-2 Punts-average 2-30.0 4-39.3 Penalties-yards - 3-20 6-40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - SOUTH: Porter 14-95. Kee 21-61, Ross 31-145, Graham 4-14. MANHATTAN: Nash 20-109, Oleen 2-(-2), White 8-14, Voos 2-15, Snyder 3-9. PASSING - SOUTH: Kee 2-5-0-14. MANHATTAN: Oleen 6-10-0-100. RECEIVING - SOUTH: Thrower 1-11, Porter 1-3. MANHATTAN: Voos 3-44, Nickel 1-24, Langton 2-32. PUNTING - SOUTH: Butler 2-30.0. MANHATTAN: Stewart 4-39.3. SCORING SUMMARY Sallna South 006800-14 Manhattan 0 0 014 0 6-20 Third Quarter SS - Porter 25 run (kick (ailed), 8:51. Fourth Quarter SS - Kee 5 run (Ross run), 8:07. M - Nash 1 run (Spire kick), 5:58. M - Langton 4 pass Irom Oleen (Spire kick). 0:39. Second Overtime M - Voos 9 pass from Oleen (kick blocked). Salina Central 46 Topeka West 14 TW SC First downs 14 18 Rushes-yards 33-160 45-315 Passing yards 69 72 Comp-Att-Int 6-19-1 3-4-0 Total plays-yards 52-229 49-387 Fumbles-lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-yards 4-41 3-20 Punts-Avg 6-38.0 2-38.0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: SC:Huseman 1-(-7), Wallace 28-237, Schwab 3-10, Brown 6-55, Hancock 6-16, Jenkins 1-4. TW: Johnson 21-99, Swart 6-2, Janosik 3-7, Beacham 3-52. PASSING: SC: Huseman 3-4-0-72. TW: Swart 6-191-69. RECEIVING: SC: Just 2-65, Welkle 1-7. TW: Janosik 1-6, Ware 2-13, Cavltte 2-45, Hopper 1-5. PUNTING: SC: Schwab 2-38.0. TW: Swart 6-38.0. SCORING SUMMARY Topeka West 0 7 0 7 - 14 Sallna Central 3 15 21 7 - 46 First Quarter SC - Schom 23 field goal, 2:21. Second Quarter TW - Swart 1 run (Parcells kick), 6:43. SC - Just 42 pass from Huseman (Wallace run), 4:23. SC - Welkle 7 pass from Huseman (Schom kick), :38. Third Quarter SC - Wallace 6 run (Schom kick), 7:37. SC - Wallace 53 run (Schom kick), 2:55. SC - Gralals, 85 Interception return (Schorn kick), 1:19. Fourth Quarter SC - Brown 42 run (Schom kick), 8:03. TW - Beacham 50 run (Parcells kick), 1:43. Sacred Heart 14, Marion 6 GAME IN STATS M SH First downs 10 17 Rushes-yards 38-114 44-199 Passing yards 71 128 Com-Att-Int 3-9-0 10-17-0 Total offense 47-185 61-327 Fumbles-lost 2-1 1-0 Penalties-yards 1-10 4-40 Punts-avg. 4-40.5 4-27.5 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - MARION: Williams 18-73, Hett 14-49, Craft 6-(-B). SACRED HEART: Knipp 29-149, Walker 525, Bonilla 5-17, Ryan 1-12, Ash 3-2, Loslk 1-(-6). PASSING - MARION: Craft 3-9-0-71. SACRED HEART: Ash 10-17-0-128. RECEIVING - MARION: Hannaford 1-31. Helmer 124, King 1-16. SACRED HEART: Stottman 3-60, Loslk 4-57, Walker 2-11, Knlpp 1-0. PUNTING - MARION: King 4-40.6. SACRED HEART: Loslk 4-27.5. SCORING SUMMARY Marlon 0 6 0 0-6 Sacred Heart 0 7 0 7-14 Second Quarter M - Williams 1 run (kick blocked), 1:51. SH - Stottman 17 pass from Ash (Schmltz kick), 0:02. Fourth Quarter SH - Stottman 8 pass from Ash (Schmltz kick), 4:56. Ell-Saline 65, Peabody 6 Ell-Saline 14 14 18 20 — 65 Peabody 0006 — 6 SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter E-S — J.R. Augustine 13 run (Anderes kick) E-S — Andered 8 run (Anderes kick) Second Quarter E-S — C. Augustine 75 run (Anderes kick) E-S — C. Augustine 35 run (Anderes kick) Third Quarter E-S — Mannel 25 run (kick failed) E-S — Anderes 5 run (kick failed) E-S — C. Augustine 33 run (kick failed) . Fourth Quarter E-S — Cohart 28 run (Anderes kick) E-S — Martin 40 run (Anderes kick) E-S — Willis 10 run (run failed) ELL-SALINE STATISTICS RUSHING: C. Augustine 10-171, J.R. Augustine 9112, Mannel 10-96, Anderes 4-28, Cohart 4-48, Debold 6-27, Willis 6-30, Martin 1-40, Wlndholz 2-5. PASSING: C. Augustine 2-5-25. RECEIVING: Johnson 2-25. SE-Saline 38, Ellsworth 8 SCORING SUMMARY SE Saline 15 10 13 0 - 38 Ellsworth 0008-8 First Quarter SE - Redden 14 run (Thlel kick) SE - Ke|r 19 run (Thane Douglas pass from Thlel) Second Quarter SE-Ke|r 19 run (Thiel kick) SE-Thiel 16 field goal Third Quarter SE - Thane Douglas 3 run (Thlel kick) SE - Kejr .21 run (run failed) Fourth Quarter E - Robl 65 run (Gwinner pass from Keuser) Hope 58, St. John's 36 SJ H First downs 9 18 Rushes-yards 42-101 41-212 Passing yards 65 284 Comp-Att-Int 5-13-1 17-29-0 Total plays-yards 47-166 70-496 Fumbles-lost 3-1 3-1 Penalties-yards 6-67 11-117 Punts-Avg 5-33 1-42 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: SJ: Marcy 27-102. H: Jacobson 27-186. PASSING: SJ: Mldyette 4-12-1-32; McGIII 1-1-0-33. H:Rledy 17-29-0-212. RECEIVING: H: McMahan 9-180. PUNTING: H: Lister 1-42. SCORING SUMMARY St. John's 168 0 12 - 36 Hope 20 16 14 8 - 58 First Quarter H — McMahan 37 pass from Rledy (run failed). 9:45 SJ - Marcy 36 run (Richardson run), 8:59 H — McMahan 9 pass from Rledy (run failed), 6:46 H - Jacobson 3 run (Jacobson run), 3:26. SJ - Marcy 33 pass McGIII (Marcy run), 1:32. Second Quarter McMahan 22 pass from Rledy (Jacobson run), 10:50. SJ - Vlenl 7 pass from Mldyette (Mldyette run), 7:34. H- Brewer 12 pass from Rledy (Lister pass from Rledy), 2:00. Third Quarter H - Lister 9 pass from Rledy (run failed), 8:40. H - Jacobson 29 run (McMahan pass frm Rledy), 1:55. Fourth Quarter SJ - Vlenl 9 pass from Mldyette (run failed), 9:56. H -Jacobson 1 run (McMahan run), 1:44. SJ - Marcy 64 klckoff (run failed), 1:40. Despite sluggish first half, Cards rout Peabody By The Journal Staff PEABODY — Ell-Saline coach Chris Barkley wasn't a happy man at halftime of the Cardinals' game against lowly Peabody. "We played the worst half of football we've played this season," Barkley said. "We didn't come to play defensively. We stunk it up." Barkley discussed the matter at halftime. The HI6H SCHOOL result — a second Ell-Saline 65 half that smelled Peabody 6~ more like roses and a 65-6 Heart of America League victory. The victory keeps the No. 3- ranked Cardinals unbeaten and in contention for the No. 1-ranking. Top-ranked Stockton lost to Trego 33-14 Friday night. Frankfort is ranked second. "The second half was one of our better halves," Barkley said. "It's tough to get up for games like this. We didn't play an inspired first half. (Peabody's) not as bad as people make them out to be." Ell-Saline rolled up 582 yards total offense, 557 on the ground. Quarterback Craig Augustine had 171 yards rushing on 10 carries and scored three touchdowns. J.R. Augustine had 112 yards on nine carries and one touchdown. Kevin Mannel added 96 yards on 10 carries and one touchdown. The defensive charge was led by tackle Matt Jester. "Jester played a complete game," Barkley said. "It was his best game. He was a force out there. They couldn't run to his side. "The offensive line had one of its better games. They picked up a lot of people. Craig ran the option real well," he said. Barkley was especially disturbed by three fumbles in the first half. Ell-Saline (5-0) led 28-0 at halftime but tacked on 18 more in the third quarter. Peabody (1-4) scored its lone touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Cardinal^' reserves. "We played a lot of people," Barkley said. "(Peabody) had a couple of pretty good running backs who ran hard." The Cardinals entertain HOA foe Sedgwick next Friday at Brookville before opening district play at home against Inman the following week. High-scoring Hope too much for St. John's By The Journal Staff HOPE — Sophomore quarterback Brent Riedy threw for five touchdowns Friday night to lead Hope to a 58-36 Eisenhower League football victory over St. John's Military Riedy completed 17 of 29 passes for 284 yards. Junior tight end Cody McMahan caught nine of Riedy's passes for 180 yards for three TDs, all in the first half. < HUM ICHOOL • 'iUllIP IPlHUKvii 1 SJ-Mllitary 36 Hope 68 Hope added another 212 yards rushing, 186 by junior Kent Jacobson, Junior back Steve Marcy rushed for 102 yards for St. John's, which fell to 3-2. Hope (3-2) led 20-16 after the first quarter, thanks to two McMahan TD receptions and a 3-yard run by Jacobson. Marcy's 36-yard run and his 33- yard pass reception for a TD from Reggie McGill accounted for St. John's first-period scoring Hope scored first in the second quarter when McMahan hauled in a 22-yard pass from Riedy. St. John's countered with a 7- yard scoring pass from Alex Midyette to Paul Vieni. But Hope came right back on a 12- yard TD pass from Riedy to Ray Brewer. Leading 36-24 at halftime, Hope to command in the third quarter, scoring twice. The teams exchanged scored in the fourth quarter before Marcy ended the scoring with a 64-yard kickoff return with 1:40 left in the game. "It was a physical game," said Hope coach Jeff Hostetter. "We were able to move the ball, but defense was a problem. We were glad to get away with a win." St. John's plays host to league foe . Solomon next Friday a\ Perkins Field. Hope play at St. Marys Academy next Saturday.

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