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Archive for Saturday, October 6, 2001

Area Roundup: Mill Valley edges Trail with PAT

October 6, 2001

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— Both Mill Valley and Santa Fe Trail scored second-quarter touchdowns, but only the Jaguars could complete the extra-point and hold on for 7-6 high school football victory on Friday night.

"We just couldn't generate any offense in the second half," SFT coach Bob Von Stein said. "They controlled the game."

Mill Valley improved to 4-2, and Santa Fe Trail dropped to 3-3.

Mill Valley 7, Santa Fe Trail 6

MV 0 7 0 0 7

SFT 0 6 0 0 6

SFT Ryan Hulings 20 run (kick failed)

MV Woods 6 run (Mauzey kick)

Perry-Lecompton 20, Kansas City Piper 0

Kansas City The Kaws dominated Piper, allowing just eight yards of total offense.

"I was very pleased with the way we came back after a loss last week," Perry-Lecompton coach Mike Paramore said. "I think this is going to be a great springboard as we head into district."

Clifton Henderson led Perry-Lecompton (4-2) with 151 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

The Kaws will travel Friday to face Topeka Hayden.

Perry-Lecompton 20, KC Piper 0

Perry-Lecompton 0 7 7 6 20

Piper 0 0 0 0 0

PL Clifton Henderson 1 run (Shawn Howard kick)

PL Howard 25 pass from Adam Painter (Howard kick)

PL Noah Rees 1 run (kick failed)

Spring Hill 14,

Wellsville 8

Wellsville The Eagles received 125 rushing yards from Justin Hoehn, but turned the ball over five times in the loss to the Broncos.

Wellsville (1-5) lost four fumbles and threw and interception, while Spring Hill had three turnovers.

The Eagles will travel to Leavenworth Immaculata on Friday.

Spring Hill 14, Wellsville 8

Spring Hill 0 7 0 7 14

Wellsville 0 0 8 0 8

SH Hunter Bigbie 1 run (Kyle Barrett kick)

W Justin Hoehn 41 run (Hoehn run)

SH Bigbie 6 run (Barrett kick)


Ottawa 28, Atchison 21

Atchison Four sophomores gained most of the Cyclones' 280 rushing yards, led by Dominic Nation's 102 yards on 13 carries. Jason Houston added 100 yards on 14 carries and Matt Bachelor ran four times for 66 yards.

"I'd say we put together one of our better second halves of the year," Ottawa coach Pat Boeh said, "and had some kids come out and play hard on both sides of the ball. We got a good, hard-fought win."

Ottawa (3-3) will face Santa Fe Trail on Friday in Carbondale.

Ottawa 28, Atchison 21

Ottawa 6 0 8 14 28

Atchison 0 14 0 7 21

Ottawa Dominic Nation 34 run (kick failed)

Atchison Jenkins 11 run (Fitchett kick)

Atchison Brittain 70 run (Fitchett kick)

Ottawa Jason Houston 1 run (Gabe Sheffield pass to Eric Hull)

Ottawa Matt Bachelor 9 run (Hull kick)

Atchison Brittain 15 pass from Roe (Fitchett kick)

Ottawa Bachelor 45 run (Sheffield kick)

Tonganoxie 14,

Parsons 12

Parsons Matt Alexander hauled in a two-point conversion pass from Troy Morando to cap the game's first TD, and it was the only successful conversion in Tongie's narrow win.

Tonganoxie 14, Parsons 12

Tonganoxie 8 6 0 0 14

Parsons 0 0 6 6 12

Tonganoxie Troy Morando 37 run (Matt Alexander pass from Morando)

Tonganoxie Joe Sledd 6 run (conversion failed)

Parsons Aaron Bowin 85 pass from Levi King (kick failed)

Parsons King 43 run (run failed)

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