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Kaws rally past Tongie

Perry overcomes 21-point deficit

October 16, 2010

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— Tonganoxie High’s inability to stop the run kept the Chieftains from opening district football play with a victory Friday.

Tonganoxie football falls to Perry

Tonganoxie lost to Perry-Lecompton on Friday. The Chieftains fell 35-55. Enlarge video

Perry-Lecompton junior running back Luke Kellum helped erase a two-score Tonganoxie halftime lead and finished with five rushing touchdowns in a 55-35 Kaws victory.

Kellum finished with 266 yards on 22 carries, and Dalton Bahnmaier added 101 yards on seven carries.

Eudora football cruises in victory

The Cardinals beat Sante Fe Trail on Friday. Eudora won 51-20. Enlarge video

The difference in the district opener between the two Class 4A programs was the third quarter, when the Kaws outscored THS, 22-0.

It began with a 4:29 scoring drive to open the second half, capped by a three-yard touchdown run by junior quarterback Jeremy Immenschuh, and continued with a dominating stretch by Kellum, who had a string of three touchdowns on three straight touches.

As if defensive struggles in the third weren’t enough to do in the Chieftains (1-6 overall, 0-1 district), their offense suffered three demoralizing plays in the meantime.

Twice Tonganoxie senior quarterback Jeremy Carlisle was stuffed on fourth-and-one, and he fumbled the ball on the THS 15-yard line with 24 seconds remaining in the quarter.

Perry-Lecompton (5-2, 1-0) was forced to punt just once all night, on its opening drive.

Tonganoxie will play host to Basehor-Linwood on Friday.

Perry-Lecompton will travel to Jeff West.

Tonganoxie 14 13 0 8 — 35

Perry-Lecompton 0 14 22 19 — 55

T — Brady Waldeier 12 run (Amos White kick)

T — Dylan Scates 21 pass from Jeremy Carlisle (White kick)

T — Carlisle 44 run (White kick)

P — Luke Kellum 1 run (Taylor Akagi kick)

T — Scates 5 run (kick fail)

P — Kellum 8 run (Akagi kick)

P — Jeremy Immenschuh 3 run (Immenschuh run)

P — Kellum 73 run (Akagi kick)

P — Kellum 44 run (Akagi kick)

P — Kellum 10 run (Akagi kick)

T — Scates 5 run (Shawn Marin pass from Carlisle)

P — Dalton Bahnmaier 4 run (Akagi kick failed)

P — Bahnmaier 60 run (kick fail)

Eudora 51, SFT 20

Carbondale — Chris Pyle had 12 rushes for 221 yards and four touchdowns as Eudora opened Class 3A districts with a rout of Santa Fe Trail.

Pyle scored on runs of 35, 58, 21 and 53 yards for Eudora (5-2).

The Cardinals will play host to Ottawa on Friday.

Eudora 24 20 7 0 — 51

Santa Fe Trail 6 0 6 8 — 20

E — Chris Pyle 35 run (Derek Webb run)

E — Webb 4 run (Pyle run)

SFT — Denver Ramsey 84 run (run fail)

E — Pyle 58 run (Boomer Mays pass from Webb)

E — Christian Richardson 6 pass from Webb (Jacob Beck kick)

E — Pyle 21 run (kick fail)

E — Gabe Cleveland 27 pass from Webb (Beck kick)

E — Pyle 53 run (Josh Bakerich kick)

SFT — Grant Ferrel 45 run (run fail)

SFT — Ramsey 8 run (Josh Holmes run)

Baldwin 47, Ottawa 12

Baldwin City — Three early turnovers by Ottawa helped Baldwin jump to a quick lead it never lost.

The Bulldogs (6-1) scored touchdowns after the first two turnovers and continued to roll over the Cyclones (3-4).

“This win feels really good,” Baldwin’s Ryan Rogers said. “It’s nice to get that first district win. We played a lot better in the second half than we did in the first half.”

Ottawa fumbled on the opening drive, and Baldwin’s Jake Mindez recovered. Six plays later, Rogers threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Asher Hannon to take a 6-0 lead.

On the ensuing kickoff, the Cyclones fumbled, and the Bulldogs recovered again. Despite two penalties on the drive, Baldwin scored its second touchdown of the first quarter.

The Bulldogs will play Santa Fe Trail at home Friday, and Ottawa will play Eudora.

Ottawa 0 6 0 6 — 12

Baldwin 14 6 13 14 — 47

B — Asher Hannon 11 reception from Ryan Rogers (kick fail)

B — Rogers 8 run (Hoffman run)

B — Hannon 30 reception from Rogers (kick fail)

O — Gene Dydell 11 run (Adam Hazen kick)

B — Rogers 3 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Jake Mindez 2 run (kick fail)

B — Clayton Duncan 10 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Hoffman 30 interception return (Hoffman kick)

O — Dydell 5 run (pass fail)

Wellsville 63, Uniontown 0

Wellsville — Quarterback Brandon Ebeck ran for four touchdowns and was 4-for-4 for 100 yards passing.

Wellsville (6-1) plays host to Central Heights on Friday.

Uniontown 0 0 0 0 — 0

Wellsvile 27 28 8 0 — 63

W — Brandon Ebeck 26 run (Zack DeVorss kick)

W — Dalton Hughes blocked punt return (kick failed)

W — Ebeck 4 run (Jesse Campbell run)

W — Jesse LaMay 9 run (kick failed)

W — Campbell 12 run (Hughes run)

W — Ebeck 30 run (kick failed)

W — Cole Gardner 68 punt return (DeVorss kick)

W — LaMay 1 run (DeVorss kick)

W — Ebeck 22 run (Nolan Rush pass from Ebeck)

De Soto 54, K.C. Ward 22

De Soto — Zach Griffiths had three interceptions, including one he returned 50 yards for a touchdown, as De Soto rolled over winless Ward.

De Soto (3-4) will travel Friday to Blue Valley Southwest.

K.C. Ward 0 8 0 14 — 22

De Soto 30 12 6 6 — 54

D — Cole Cannon 7 run (Gabe Hamilton run)

D — Caleb Atkins 33 run (Atkins pass from Jeff Bowen)

D — Hamilton 18 pass from Bowen (Logan Degraves pass from Bowen)

D — Zach Griffiths 50 interception return (pass fail)

W — John Robles 1 run (Michael Golubski run)

D — Ryan Hicks 1 run (pass fail)

D — Atkins 5 run (pass fail)

D — Corbin Clark 61 run (run fail)

W — Andrew Ramirez 13 pass from Robles (Ramirez pass from Robles)

W — Alfred Rangel 20 pass from Robles (pass fail)

D — Alex Pruss 36 run (run fail)

Pleasant Ridge 42, McLouth 6

Pleasant Ridge — McLouth was shut out in three quarters.

McLouth 0 6 0 0 — 6

Pleasant Ridge 14 7 7 14 — 42

PR — Connell 16 pass from Helm (Flack kick)

PR — Ryan 1 run (Flack kick)

M — Courtney 6 run (kick blocked)

PR — Culbertson 24 pass from Helm (Flack kick)

PR — Helm 5 run (Flack kick)

PR — Culbertson 40 pass from Helm (Flack kick)

PR — Helm 3 run (Flack kick)

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