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High school football roundup

October 1, 2011


Eudora 18, Paola 10

Eudora — The Eudora defense stopped Paola on the two-yard line with under two minutes left in the game to hold on for a win in a game between the top two teams in the Frontier League.

Quarterback Derek Webb led Eudora (4-1) into sole possession of first place in the league by accounting for all three touchdowns. Webb completed seven of eight passes for 120 yards and a touchdown and rushed for two 17-yard touchdowns.

On its final offensive drive of the game, Paola drove to the Eudora two-yard line, but was stopped on fourth down.

Perry-Lecompton 41, Royal Valley 8

Hoyt — Luke Kellum rushed for 158 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries for Perry-Lecompton (5-0), which remained undefeated with a victory over Royal Valley going into its showdown at home next week against state-ranked Holton (5-0).

Since opening the season with a 28-13 win over Marysville, Perry-Lecompton has won four games by an average margin of 31 points.

Baldwin 35, St. James 21

Lenexa — Each time the St. James football team scored a touchdown Friday night, the Baldwin High Bulldogs answered with one of their own.

The Bulldogs’ offense needed to come alive in the fourth quarter when St. James (3-2) scored a pair of touchdowns within one minute. An 80-yard run by Baldwin sophomore Chad Berg and a final touchdown by Berg with 3:00 remaining in the game extended the lead to 35-21.

Baldwin will be back at home next week to face Louisburg.

Wellsville 42, Council Grove 14

Wellsville — Jesse LaMay carried 17 times for 165 yards and three scores and Wellsville improved to 5-0 with a rout of Council Grove (1-4).

Shane Hillman added 12 carries for 127 yards and a pair of scores, and Nolan Rush caught three passes for 71 yards for Wellsville.

Wellsville will play host to Prairie View next Friday.

McLouth 41, Jefferson County North 6

McLouth — The McLouth defense forced four Jefferson County North turnovers, including one fumble recovered in the end zone by T.J. Crowell, on the way to a victory.

Shawn Dailey rushed for two touchdowns and quarterback Marc Walbridge passed for 142 yards for McLouth (5-0), which travels to Horton next week.

Bonner Springs 48, Tonganoxie 13

Bonner Springs — Bonner Springs scored 36 unanswered points in a homecoming win. Tonganoxie (1-4) dropped its fourth straight game, while Bonner Springs picked up its first league victory of the season.

Bonner Springs’ JJ Jackson accounted for five of the Braves six offensive scores and reached the end zone four times in the second half.

Tonganoxie will face Lansing at home next week.

Mill Valley 27, KC Piper 20

Kansas City — Mill Valley quarterback Skyler Windmiller completed 27 of 46 passes for 323 yards and four touchdowns, including two scores to LJ Hatch. Mill Valley had six receivers total over 30 yards each, led by Wade Hanna with 85 yards.

Mill Valley led, 27-0, going into the fourth quarter before Piper closed the deficit to a touchdown. Mill Valley (5-0) will play host to Basehor-Linwood next week.


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