At Frankfort, with both teams out of playoff contention, Frankfort ended the season on a high note with a 68-6 win over Blue Valley-Randolph. Jase Suther finished the season among the areas best rushers in 8-man football, racking up more than 1,400 yards, while Adam Kenworthy
At Centralia, in a winner-makes-the-playoffs scenario, Centralia took the prize by beating Rock Creek, 32-18, on Thursday night. Rock Creek (3-6) kept the game close throughout the first half, trailing 13-12 at halftime with a 7-yard touchdown run from Carson Becker and a 4-yard touchdown
At Marysville, Riley County couldn’t keep up in the second half as Marysville punched its ticket to the playoffs and ended the Falcons’ season. The Falcons (5-4) got off to a good start with an 11-yard pass from Wes March to Jackson Wagner, but
At Blue Rapids, Jackson Heights ended Valley Heights’ season on Thursday in a 24-6 win. Keaton DeWalt had 64 yards while quarterback Logan Woodyard had 83 yards on 15 carries. Valley Heights’ season comes to a close with a 2-7 record.
RILEY — When the momentum quickly shifted the other direction, Riley County might have been experiencing a slight case of déjà vu on Friday against Minneapolis. But after allowing the Lions to trim a 41-14 lead down to a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter,
At Lindsborg, Wamego trailed at halftime by two but took the lead in the third quarter and shut out the Vikings in the second half to come up with a key district win, 18-14, and clinch a Class 4A-Div. II playoff berth. Wamego scored on
At Miltonvale, Frankfort had no trouble taking care of business against winless Southern Cloud Friday night on the road. Individual statistics were not made available. Frankfort (4-4, 2-2 District 1) hosts Blue Valley next week and can secure a winning season with a victory over the
At Randolph, Axtell took a 46-0 lead into the second quarter before calling off the dogs against the Rams in a lopsided district win. Blue Valley got two touchdowns in the second quarter. The first came on a Michael Wright 5-yard run, with the second
At Flush, Rock Creek trailed 27-6 at halftime and couldn’t make up any difference in the second half against a talented Nemaha Central team. The Mustangs’ Avery Ebert led the team in rushing with 111 yards on nine carries, while Carson Becker finished with 39 yards
At Belleville, Valley Heights took a break from district play in a close loss to Republic County. Individual statistics and scoring information was not made available. Valley Heights (2-6, 2-1 District 2) still has a chance at the playoffs, but would need a win over district
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