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Area high school football roundup: Eudora donuts De Soto; Wellsville still undefeated

November 2, 2011


Eudora 12, De Soto 0

Eudora — Eudora High controlled field position throughout the game and shut out De Soto (6-4) for the second time this season, 12-0, in the high school Class 3A state football playoffs on Tuesday.

The Cardinals (9-1) will travel to Basehor-Linwood (10-0) Saturday for regional play.

Chris Pyle rushed for 125 yards on 17 carries, and quarterback Derek Webb scored both Eudora touchdowns, the first a 10-yard run in the second quarter.

In two meetings this season, Eudora outscored De Soto 20-0.

Blue Valley Southwest 27, Baldwin 6

Overland Park — Baldwin High’s football season ended Tuesday as the Bulldogs dropped the final two games of the season.

Baldwin fell to Blue Valley Southwest in the Class 4A bi-district playoff round. The Timberwolves scored 20 unanswered points to finish the game.

Quarterback Tyler Cawley scored Baldwin’s only touchdown. He ran one yard for the score.

Baldwin ended its season with a 6-4 record.

KC Piper 28, Perry 21

Kansas City — Perry-Lecompton tied the game at 21 in the third quarter, but Kansas City Piper scored the winning touchdown in the fourth on a 68-yard run by Paul Jones.

Jeremy Immenschuh scored the first touchdown of the game in the first quarter for Perry-Lecompton (7-3) on a 13-yard run, but Piper (7-3) scored the next three touchdowns before Perry tied it.

Immenschuh led all rushers with 148 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries.


seth5792 6 years, 6 months ago

So 4 days since there victory, and almost halfway through this week, still no article on Lawrence High Football, and the fact they are the lone team from the town representing us in districts. No announcement as to who we are playing or when and where it is. Evidentally when Free State got knocked out the folks at LJ World just figured the season was over. Incredible.......Had the game gone the other way and circumstances reversed, their most likely would have been a two-article in depth playoff coverage of the Firebird prowess.....

Good Luck boys against Olathe South, Friday night at ODAC........Its a great day to be a LION

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