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Baldwin, Eudora roll in districts

BHS routs SF Trail, EHS blanks Ottawa to set up Thursday showdown

October 23, 2010

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— Baldwin High wasted no time in hammering Santa Fe Trail in a Class 4A district football game Friday night.

The Bulldogs rolled to a 53-14 victory to improve to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in districts to set up a showdown with rival Eudora on Thursday at EHS.

The Cards also improved to 2-0 in district play Friday.

“Our kids came out and they were focused, just like we knew they would be tonight,” Baldwin coach Mike Berg said. “We didn’t want to turn the ball over, which we didn't. We wanted to execute.”

“It feels good right to be 2-0 in districts,” BHS senior Josh Hoffman said. “These last games mean a lot to us. Being 2-0 is great, but we've only got one game that matters right now, and that is Eudora next week.”

Hoffman broke the second play of the game for 60 yards to give Baldwin a 7-0 lead. After the Bulldogs' Braden Souders intercepted a Chargers pass, Ryan Rogers ran 59 yards three plays later for Baldwin's second score of the contest. Baldwin needed only five offensive plays to lead 13-0.

“Our backs are running hard,” Berg said. “Our linemen really made some huge holes tonight. I thought they played really well.”

Hoffman scored three more touchdowns on the ground Friday. He also scored on runs of 20 yards and a pair of two-yard touchdowns.

Baldwin will play at 7 p.m. Thursday at Eudora to decide the Class 4A district title. Eudora has won the last two contests against the Bulldogs.

Santa Fe Trail 0 0 0 14 — 14

Baldwin 13 21 19 0 — 53

B — Josh Hoffman 60 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Ryan Rogers 59 run (kick failed)

B — Hoffman 2 run (pass failed)

B — Asher Hannon 27 run (Rogers run)

B — Hoffman 2 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Landon Ausherman 2 run (kick failed)

B — Hoffman 20 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Jake Mindez 1 run (kick failed)

SFT — Denver Ramsey 1 run (Lucas Wolf Cruz kick)

SFT — Blade Wright 43 reception from Dalton Abel (Wolf Cruz kick)

Eudora 49, Ottawa 0

Eudora — Chris Pyle rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries, and Derek Well rushed for a touchdown and threw for another as Eudora improved to 2-0 in district play with a shutout of Ottawa.

Boomer Mays also rushed for two touchdowns for Eudora (6-2).

Ottawa 0 0 0 0 — 0

Eudora 7 14 21 7 — 49

E — Boomer Mays 11 run (Jacob Beck kick)

E — Derek Webb 1 run (Beck kick)

E — Christian Richardson 78 pass from Webb (Beck kick)

E — Mays 22 run (Beck kick)

E — Chris Pyle 5 run (Beck kick)

E — Pyle 9 run (Beck kick)

E — Grady Proffitt 1 run (Beck kick)

Basehor-Linwood 41, Tonganoxie 16

Tonganoxie — Basehor-Linwood held Tonganoxie scoreless for the first 38:54 of a district rivalry game and eliminated Tongie from the postseason.

The Bobcats (8-0 overall, 2-0 district) scored on their first three drives to take a 22-0 lead in the first quarter and, despite a scoreless second quarter, put the game away in the third by reaching the end zone on their first two second-half possessions.

Junior BLHS quarterback Colin Murphy jumpstarted the rout with a 34-yard TD run less than two minutes into the game and finished the night with four touchdown passes — three to sophomore Ben Johnson and one to brother Ryan Murphy.

THS (1-7, 0-2) only picked up two first downs before halftime while amassing just 111 yards of offense, punting four times and turning the ball over twice.

Tonganoxie trailed by 41 before it finally scored its first touchdown — a nine-yard run by senior quarterback Jeremy Carlisle with 9:06 remaining.

The backups for both Kaw Valley League squads were on the field when second-string THS quarterback Garret Elston, a sophomore, ran for a four-yard score with 2:15 left.

Basehor-Linwood wraps up its regular season with a Thursday home game against Perry-Lecompton and Tonganoxie closes the same night at home against Jeff West.

Basehor-Linwood 22 0 19 0 — 41

Tonganoxie 0 0 0 16 — 16

B — Colin Murphy 34 run (Garret Kahle kick)

B — Ben Johnson 4 pass from C. Murphy (Tanner Garver pass from Nathan Quigley)

B — Jesse Hiss 1run (Kahle kick)

B — Johnson pass from C. Murphy (conversion failed)

B — Ryan Murphy pass from C. Murphy (conversion failed)

B — Johnson 18 pass from C. Murphy (Destry Bryan kick)

T — Jeremy Carlisle 9 run (Dallas Jacobs pass from Carlisle)

T — Garret Elston 4 run (Amos White pass from Elston)

Perry-Lecompton 28, Jefferson West 18

Meriden — Luke Kellum had 21 carries for 149 yards and four touchdowns, and Jeremy Immenschuh made seven carries for 100 yards as Perry-Lecompton earned a trip to the state playoffs with a victory over Jeff West.

Immenschuh also completed 10 of 14 passes for 111 yards for the Kaws (6-2 overall, 2-0 district).

The game was called with 1:01 to play because of lightning.

Perry will travel Thursday to Basehor-Linwood.

Perry-Lecompton 7 0 14 7 — 28

Jeff West 7 3 0 8 — 18

JW — Grady Tichner 7 run (Logan Herring kick)

P-L — Luke Kellum 42 run (Taylor Akagi kick)

JW — Herring 29 FG

P-L — Kellum 4 run (Akagi kick)

P-L — Kellum 7 run (Akagi kick)

JW — Tichner 3 run (Mik Barancik run)

P-L — Kellum 5 run (Akagi kick)

De Soto 39, Blue Valley Southwest 14

Overland Park — Jeff Bowen carried 17 times for 188 yards and accounted for three touchdowns, and Zack Griffiths picked off two passes and returned one for a touchdown in De Soto’s rout. Griffiths has five interceptions for De Soto in the past two games.

De Soto (4-4) will travel to St. James on Thursday.

De Soto 12 6 0 21 — 39

Southwest 7 7 0 0 — 14

SW — Aaron Ramsey 80 run (Ben Lewis kick)

D — Jeff Bowen 48 run (pass failed)

D — Bowen 43 run (run failed)

SW — Ramsey 1 run (Lewis kick)

D — Cole Cannon 25 run (run failed)

D — Gabe Hamilton 36 pass from Bowen (Hayden Chandler kick)

D — Zack Griffiths 40 INT return (kick failed)

D — Ryan Hicks 51 run (Hicks 2-point conversion)

Wellsville 48, Central Heights 0

Wellsville — Jesse Campbell rushed for 121 yards off 10 carries and scored a touchdown in Wellsville’s victory.

Jesse Enright had two touchdown runs for Wellsville (7-1).

Wellsville will meet West Franklin on Thursday in Pomona.

Central Heights 0 0 0 0 — 0

Wellsville 14 14 13 7 — 48

W — Jesse Enright 69 run (Zack DeVorss kick)

W — Jesse LaMay 3 run (DeVorss kick)

W — Dalton Hughes 10 run (DeVorss kick)

W — Cole Gardner 2 run (DeVorss kick)

W — Jesse Campbell 55 run (DeVorss kick)

W — Enright 6 run (kick failed)

W — LaMay 3 run (DeVorss kick)

Oskaloosa 62, Jefferson Co. North 20

Winchester — Oskaloosa was held scoreless in the fourth quarter and still hung 62 points on Jefferson County North.

Oskaloosa 22 14 26 0 — 62

Jefferson North 13 7 0 0 — 20

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