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Archive for Saturday, September 9, 2006

Kaws earn sweet revenge

Perry-Lecompton nips Lansing in rematch of Class 4A playoffs

September 9, 2006

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— The Perry-Lecompton High football team earned a big dose of revenge Friday night, knocking off Lansing, 21-13 in a battle of Kaw Valley League opponents.

The Kaws watched a stellar regular season go by the wayside last fall with a 31-28 to the Lions in the Class 4A state playoffs.

"This really put a stamp on our program," Perry-Lecompton coach Mike Paramore said. "It really showed in the guts our kids showed tonight and how hard we played."

Paramore said Lansing started many drives in Kaws territory, but his defense came up with big plays.

The Lions tried to creep back in the game with a blocked punt that resulted in a 4-yard touchdown.

"They just brought everybody," Paramore said. "It looked like we were a little slow getting the punt off and didn't protect as well as we should have."

Perry-Lecompton sealed the victory with its commitment to the run. Three different players rushed for TDs.

Perry-Lecompton (2-0) will play host next Friday to Basehor-Linwood.

Perry-Lecompton 21, Lansing 13

Perry-Lecompton 6 8 7 0 - 21

Lansing 0 7 6 0 - 13

PL - Shane Gizmo 9 run (Kick failed)

PL - Caleb Denton 11 run (Denton run)

L - 4 blocked punt return (Brad Perron kick)

L - Kyle Grape 4 run (Kick failed)

PL - Brent Garrison 17 run (Dylan Harrell kick)

Tonganoxie 34, Kansas City Ward 17

Kansas City, Kan. - The Chieftains controlled the game on both sides of the ball, racking up more than 600 yards of total offense while surrendering just 35 yards rushing.

"It's just a mindset we take that we're going to force them to beat us with the pass," Tonganoxie coach Mark Elston said.

The Chieftains also stepped up their defensive pressure in the last 24 minutes of play.

"We were able to get a lot of pressure on the quarterback in the second half," Elston said.

Tonganoxie (2-0) will play at Bonner Springs next Friday.

Tonganoxie 34, Kansas City Ward 17

Tonganoxie 13 6 15 0 - 34

Kansas City Ward 7 10 0 0 - 17

T - Jeff Hughes 38 run (Hughes kick)

T - Daniel Volk 4 run (pass failed)

KCW - Jaime Garcia 25 pass from Steven Maurin (Beau Stoker kick)

KCW - Chris Wing 74 pass from Michael Delich (Stoker kick)

KCW - Stoker 37 FG

T - Volk 24 pass from Hughes (run failed)

T - Kevin Gill 63 run (Volk pass from Hughes)

T - Volk 9 run (Hughes kick)

Paola 39, Baldwin 14

Paola - For the second straight week, Baldwin's offense didn't awaken until the fourth quarter.

The Bulldogs put their first points the board late in the third quarter, trailing 31-0, with a 15-yard touchdown pass from Blake Wieden to Drew Berg.

Sam Beecher added a two-yard touchdown run.

The Bulldogs (0-2) will play their first home game of the season next Friday against Prairie View.

Paola 39, Baldwin 14

Baldwin 0 0 6 8 - 14

Paola 6 11 14 8 - 39

P - Tyler Chesney 63 run (Kick failed)

P - Nick Barbour 12 run (Michael Guernon pass from Jeremy Dillard)

P - Chesney 20 FG

P - Barbour 1 run (Chesney kick)

P - Dillard 1 run (Chesney kick)

B - Drew Berg 15 pass from Blake Wieden (Kick failed)

B - Sam Beecher 2 run (Green pass from Wieden)

P - Dillard 23 run (Guernon run)

Oskaloosa 30, Valley Falls 0

Oskaloosa - The Bears wasted little time equaling their 2005 win total, scoring all of their points in the middle two quarters to improve to 2-0 for the first time since 2001.

Oskaloosa quarterback Brock McGinnis completed just two passes, but both went for scores - a 21-yarder to Jake Hamm to make it a 16-0 game at the half, and a 44-yarder to Drew Beisel to close out the scoring.

The Bears will return to action Friday at Jackson Heights.

Oskaloosa 30, Valley Falls 0

Valley Falls 0 0 0 0 - 0

Oskaloosa 0 16 14 0 - 30

O - Mitch Lowe 44 run (Boone Heston run)

O - Jake Hamm 21 pass from Brock McGinnis (Lowe run)

O - Heston 19 run (run failed)

O - Drew Beisel 44 pass from McGinnis (Lowe run)

McLouth 27, Doniphan West 20

Highland - Mark Stewart attempted only two passes for the Bulldogs, but they both went for touchdowns to Andrew Booth.

McLouth won despite gaining just 111 yards of total offense. Doniphan West gained 251, but also threw two interceptions - one resulting in a McLouth touchdown.

McLouth (1-1) will host Wathena next Friday.

McLouth 27, Doniphan West 20

McLouth 7 20 0 0 - 27

Doniphan West 7 7 6 0 - 20

M - Mark Stewart 42 run (Andrew Booth kick)

DW - Travis Twombly 11 run (Kip Peters kick)

DW - Terry Crossland 32 pass from Peters (Peters kick)

M - Trevor Keling interception in end zone

M - Booth 1 pass from Stewart (kick failed)

M - Booth 2 pass from Stewart (Keling kick)

DW - Twombly 2 run

Louisburg 64, Ottawa 0

Ottawa - The Cyclones surrendered 60-plus points for the second straight game to drop to 0-2 on the season.

Ottawa will return to action next Friday at Spring Hill.

Louisburg 64, Ottawa 0

Louisburg 16 21 20 7 - 64

Ottawa 0 0 0 0 - 0

Comments

youngitized 8 years, 4 months ago

BBrouhard...we'll see what happens when EHS and BHS meet. Go Bulldogs!!!!!!

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