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September 26, 1997


Frankie Noyola scored three touchdowns in West's 40-6 junior high football victory over Central on Thursday at West.

Noyola scored on an 80-yard kickoff return and runs of 40 and 5 yards. He also had a pair of two-point conversion runs.

Paul Holladay scored on a 38-yard run and caught a conversion pass from Brad Pohl. Also, Pohl hit Martin Maigaard on a 35-yard TD pass. Justin Carlsten, Holladay and Larry Wilson combined for two safeties for West, 2-2.

Nick Thompson scored on an 80-yard run for Central, which fell to 0-3. Central will play at Shawnee Heights on Thursday.

Southwest succumbs

to KC Harmon, 14-12

Kansas City -- Lawrence Southwest fell to Kansas City Harmon, 14-12, in junior high football on Thursday.

Tyler Pearce scored on a 25-yard run, and Isaac Williams scored on a 30-yard interception return for Southwest.

The Bulldogs (1-3) will entertain Olathe Santa Fe Trail next Thursday.

Perry blanks Lansing

Lansing -- Perry Middle School's football team defeated Lansing 6-0, on Thursday. Clifton Henderson scored on a 20-yard run with :59 to play. Perry improved to 3-0. In the seventh grade game, Perry won, 36-0.

Lawrence sophs lose

Bryce McMichael threw a pair of touchdown passes in Lawrence High's 34-22 sophomore football loss to SM West on Thursday. McMichael hit Charles Brown for 7 yards and Jon Murray for 17 yards. He also threw a pair of two-point conversion passes to Murray. Donovan Romero also scored on a 5-yard burst and Pat Spates had an interception for LHS, 1-3.

LHS tennis splits

Manhattan -- Lawrence High's tennis team defeated Junction City 4-0 and lost to Manhattan 4-0 on Thursday. Singles players Beth Panella and Katie Winter went 1-1 for LHS, 5-3-3.

LHS soccer team

tripped by SM East, 2-0

Lenexa -- Shawnee Mission East scored a pair of goals in the final four minutes in a 2-0 soccer victory over Lawrence High on Thursday.

Goalkeeper Dominic Inzerillo had six saves for Lawrence. Stoppers Matt Ring and Chris Wilkins were cited for strong play.

"Lawrence High controlled the game from zero to 76 minutes," coach Chris Bertrand said. "Two mistakes in the midfield cost us two goals. That's too bad. We had a good game. We just got picked the last few minutes." LHS fell to 2-5.

The Lion JV also lost to East, 2-0. Billy Kelly had 15 saves for LHS, 2-3-2.

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