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Tongie avoids shutout

Turner rips Chieftains; Baldwin rolls

September 25, 2010

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— An urgent final drive late in the fourth quarter kept the Tonganoxie High football team from being shut out Friday at Kansas City Turner.

A 17-play, 91-yard drive that featured nothing but rushes — from six Chieftain ball carriers — and took just under six minutes was the highlight of an otherwise uneventful night for Tonganoxie (1-3), which suffered a 28-8 setback.

The 10th and final possession of the game for Tonganoxie featured fourth-down conversions by junior quarterback Brady Waldeier and sophomore running back Tyler Zinser before sophomore quarterback Garret Elston rushed for the team’s only touchdown with 27 seconds left and followed that up with a successful two-point conversion on a sneak.

Turner improved to 2-2.

“Part of our problem is we’ve got to get that urgency from play one,” Chieftains coach Mark Elston said. “We busted a couple of big plays early and people got some confidence, but our tempo was not good.”

Tonganoxie 0 0 0 8 — 8

Turner 6 8 14 0 — 28

KCT — David Bernal 1 run (kick fail)

KCT — Bernal 2 run (De’Andre Walters run)

KCT — Safety

KCT — Walters 1 run (conversion fail)

KCT — Brian Blackwell 5 run (conversion fail)

TONG — Garret Elston 1 run (Elston)

Baldwin 56, El Dorado 0

El Dorado — Baldwin improved to 4-0 with a shutout of El Dorado.

Baldwin 14 21 7 14 — 56

El Dorado 0 0 0 0 — 0

B — Josh Hoffman 15 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Ryan Rogers 8 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Hoffman 6 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Kyle Pattrick 10 pass from Rogers (Hoffman kick)

B — Rogers 7 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Landon Ausherman 3 run (Hoffman kick)

B — Chad Berg 34 run (kick failed)

B — Cornell Brown 7 run (Tyler Cawley run for conversion)

Perry-Lecompton 27, Santa Fe Trail 7

Perry — Trent Robb had nine carries for 146 yards and three scores, Luke Kellum carried 21 times for 101 yards, and Perry-Lecompton (4-0) held off Santa Fe Trail (0-4). PLHS quarterback Jeremy Immenschuh went 5-for-6 for 81 yards and a touchdown.

Santa Fe Trail’s Denver Ramsey rushed 34 times for 140 yards and a score.

Perry-Lecompton will play host to Mill Valley next Friday.

Perry 7 14 0 6 — 27

Santa Fe 0 7 0 0 — 7

PL — Trent Robb 6 run (Jonatan Hjoellund kick)

PL — Robb 49 run (Hjoellund kick)

SFT — Denver Ramsey 6 run (Lucas Wolf Cruz kick)

PL — Jon Denton 14 pass from Jeremy Immenschuh (Hjoellund kick)

PL — Robb 1 run (kick failed)

Eudora 22, De Soto 7

Eudora — Boomer Mays rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns for Eudora.

Eudora (3-1) travels to Paola on Friday.

De Soto 0 7 0 0 — 7

Eudora 0 14 0 8 — 22

E — Boomer Mays 40 run (Gabe Cleveland pass from Derek Webb)

E — Christian Richardson 58 punt return (run failed)

D — Gabe Hamilton 5 run (Josh Pasley kick)

E — Mays 3 run (Mays run)

Wellsville 64, Osawatomie 22

Wellsville — Dalton Hughes had 14 carries for 147 yards with two touchdowns as Wellsville routed Osawatomie.

Wellsville improved to 3-1 and will travel Friday to Council Grove. Osawatomie fell to 0-4.

Osawawtomie 0 8 6 8 — 22

Wellsvillle 22 28 0 14 — 64

O — Ochs 1 run (Chisham pass from Jones)

O — Johnson 6 pass from Jones (PAT try fail)

O — Ochs 63 run (Johnson pass from Jones)

W — Hughes 54 run (Ebeck run)

W — Gardner 36 fumble return (Ebeck run)

W — Ebeck 40 run (PAT try fail)

W — Brown 41 pass from Gardner (Campbell run)

W — LaMay 1 run (run fail)

W — DeVorss 55 pass from Ebeck (PAT try fail)

W — Ebeck 28 run (LaMay run)

W — LaMay 1 run (Hughes run)

W — Hillman 26 run (PAT try fail)

Oskaloosa 36, Horton 12

Oskaloosa — Levi Wade had 10 carries for 117 yards, and Jake Buscher had 14 carries for 144 yards and scored two touchdowns as Oskaloosa hammered Horton.

Horton 0 6 0 6 — 12

Oskaloosa 16 12 8 0 — 36

O — Levi Wade 54 run (Mark Newell run)

O — Jake Buscher 11 pass from Adam Bowser (Buscher run)

O — Wade 22 run

H — Trent Bell 32 run

O — Buscher 14 run

O — Newell 4 run (Wade run)

H — Mitchell Welch run

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