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October 19, 2000


West freshman football wins city championship

West Junior High completed a sweep of city freshman football teams with a 32-0 victory over Southwest on Wednesday at West to win the city title.

The Warhawks, who improved to 8-0, were led by Tyler Morgan's two four-yard touchdown runs and a pair of two-point conversion runs. Also scoring for West were Josh Davis (three-yard run) and Cole Douglas (five-yard run). Kyle Carter and Scott Howard both had two-point conversion receptions from quarterback Caleb Harvey.

Kyle Unruh paced the Warhawks' defense with two interceptions.

Brad Safarik had an interception for the Bulldogs (1-7), while Courtney Hutchison had eight tackles. Nathan Lindsey led Southwest with 65 yards rushing on 11 carries.

The season finale for West is Monday at Topeka Hayden. Southwest will close Tuesday at home against Olathe Pioneer Trail.

BU men win in OT

Baker defeated Missouri Valley, 3-2, in overtime in men's college soccer on Wednesday. Tim Cowles, Blake Reynolds and Sean Hughes scored for BU. The Wildcats (10-6) will travel to Oklahoma City on Saturday.

Kaws claim first victory

Kansas City Derrick White scored two goals as Perry-Lecompton won for the first time this season, sinking KC Piper, 2-0, in high school boy's soccer on Wednesday.

White scored in the 49th minute and the 54th minute, the latter off a pass from Kevin Riner. Goalkeeper Shannon Richie was credited with the shutout. Sweeper Justin Zimmerman and stopper Ryan Soden were cited for their play.

The Kaws (1-14) play today at Mill Valley

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