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Baldwin, De Soto win state playoff football games

November 3, 2010

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— Blue Valley Southwest controlled time of possession, but Baldwin High dominated the scoreboard Tuesday night.

The Timberwolves ran 67 plays compared to Baldwin’s 36. But Baldwin won, 26-7, in a Class 4A state football playoff game.

“It’s survive and advance at this time of the year,” Baldwin coach Mike Berg said. “They had a great game plan to keep the ball out of our hands. They executed the option very well. Our kids stayed patient, did their assignments, and good things happened.”

On the second play of the game, Ryan Rogers connected with Josh Hoffman on an 85-yard touchdown pass.

Blue Valley SW drove 76 yards in 22 plays on a 10-minute drive but Baldwin’s Jake Mindez ruined the drive with an interception in the end zone.

After a Baldwin punt, the Timberwolves drove 59 yards in 12 plays. Braden Souders made another big play for Baldwin when he intercepted a pass in the end zone to prevent a Blue Valley SW score.

The Bulldogs responded with a touchdown drive. Rogers threw a short pass to Hoffman that turned into a 43-yard touchdown reception before halftime.

Baldwin will play at 7 p.m. Saturday at Kansas City Sumner.

Blue Valley SW 0 0 7 0 — 7

Baldwin 6 8 0 12 — 26

B — Josh Hoffman 85 reception from Ryan Rogers (run failed)

B — Hoffman 43 reception from Ryan Rogers (Hoffman run)

BV — Kyle Scheumann 47 run (Ben Lewis kick)

B — Hoffman 20 run (kick failed)

B — Rogers 1 run (pass failed)

De Soto 14, Eudora 7

De Soto — Ryan Hicks and Jeff Bowen scored rushing touchdowns in the first quarter to lead De Soto in a first-round playoff game. Hicks finished with 27 carries for 169 yards.

Eudora quarterback Derek Webb was 8-of-17 for 118 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown pass to Hawley Montgomery. EHS finished 6-4.

Eudora 0 7 0 0 — 7

De Soto 14 0 0 0 — 0

D — Ryan Hicks 13 run (Hayden Chandler kick).

D — Jeff Bowen 1 run (Chandler kick).

E — Hawley Montgomery 26 pass from Derek Webb (Jacob Beck kick).

K.C. Piper 20, Perry-Lecompton 13

Kansas City, Kan. — Luke Kellum had 29 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown, and Trent Robb had 25 carries for 96 yards and a TD, but it wasn’t enough to prolong Perry-Lecompton’s season. Perry finished 6-4.

Perry-Lecompton 0 0 0 13 — 13

K.C. Piper 0 7 6 7 — 20

KCP — Ricco Thomas 2 run (Matt Woolley kick)

KCP — Jaron Guess 40 pass from Beau Soucie (kick fail)

P-L — Trent Robb 5 run (kick fail)

KCP — Soucie 1 run (Woolley kick)

P-L — Luke Kellum 1 run (Taylor Akagi kick)

Wellsville 61, Frontenac 0

Wellsville — Dalton Hughes had seven carries for 129 yards and three touchdowns, and Brandon Ebeck had four carries for 141 yards and three more scores as Wellsville (9-1) hammered Frontenac (2-8) in a Class 3A playoff game.

Frontenac 0 0 0 0 — 0

Wellsville 14 27 14 6 — 61

W — Brandon Ebeck 10 run (Zach Devorss kick)

W — Dalton Hughes 39 run (Devorss kick)

W — Ebeck 75 run (Devorss kick)

W — Hughes 21 run (Devorss kick)

W — Ebeck 47 run (kick fail)

W — Devorss 45 pass from Cole Gardner (Devorss kick)

W — Jesse Campbell 6 run (Devorss kick)

W — Hughes 7 run (Devorss kick)

W — Shane Hillman 53 run (run fail)

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