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Area High School Roundup: Tongie ends skid, 34-6

September 3, 2011

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— Two days after its head coach resigned amid controversy surrounding a confrontation with a player, Tonganoxie High’s football team ended a tumultuous week and an eight-game losing streak Friday with a 34-6 victory at Bishop Ward.

Chieftains Cole Holloway, Joe Wolf, Shane Levy, Derek Lingo and Garret Elston rushed for touchdowns as THS picked up its first victory since last season’s opener against Ward.

Interim Tonganoxie head coach Matt Bond saw his team score 34 unanswered points in his debut after replacing 11-year coach Mark Elston.

Holloway had nine carries for 102 yards, and Lingo had 11 carries for 93 yards.

The Chieftains (1-0) will host K.C. Piper on Friday.

Tonganoxie 7 0 13 14 — 34

Bishop Ward 6 0 0 0 — 6

W — CJ Vallejo 28 pass from Michael Golubski (kick fail)

T — Cole Holloway 15 run (Amos White kick)

T — Joe Wolf 35 run (White kick)

T — Shane Levy 14 run (kick fail)

T — Derek Lingo 3 run (White kick)

T — Garret Elston 10 run (White kick)

Eudora 14, Louisburg 0

Eudora — Tailback Chris Pyle gained 139 yards off 17 carries and scored a touchdown in Eudora’s season-opening victory over Louisburg.

Pyle scored on an 80-yard run. Also, Andrew Ballock scored on a 14-yard pass from Derek Webb. Ballock had two interceptions.

Eudora will travel to St. James Academy Friday.

Louisburg 0 0 0 0 — 0

Eudora 6 0 0 8 — 14

E — Andrew Ballock 14 pass from Derek Webb (kick failed)

E — Chris Pyle 80 run (Nick Becker pass from Webb)

Paola 27, Baldwin 6

Baldwin City — Paola opened up a four-touchdown lead before the Bulldogs scored.

Baldwin’s only TD came on a four-yard run by Jake Mindez.

Baldwin will travel to Spring Hill on Friday.

Paola 7 14 6 0 — 27

Baldwin 0 0 0 6 — 6

P —Tanner Staats 4 run (Luke Wilson kick)

P — Tyler Henness 17 run (Wilson kick)

P — Staats 26 run (Wilson kick)

P — Seth Kern 12 run (kick fail)

B — Jake Mindez 4 run (kick blocked)

Perry-Lecompton 28, Marysville 13

Marysville — Quarterback Jeremy Immenschuh completed 13 of 19 passes for 247 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 111 yards off 19 carries and a TD run in Perry-Lecompton’s victory over Marysville.

Luke Kellum had two TDs for the Kaws, who will play Sabetha on Friday at P-L’s field.

Perry-Lecompton 7 7 7 7 — 28

Marysville 7 0 0 6 — 13

M — Mikah Nietfeld 69 run (Garrett Eck kick)

P-L — Luke Kellum 48 pass from Jeremy Immenschuh (Will Henrichsen kick)

P-L — Kellum 74 pass from Immenschuh (Henricksen kick).

P-L — Immenschuh 6 run (Henrichsen kick)

P-L — Jon Denton 8 pass from Immenschuh (Henrichsen kick)

M — Brady Moore 60 pass from Brett Crome (kick failed)

De Soto 33, Spring Hill 0

Spring Hill — Gabe Hamilton rushed for 63 yards off seven carries and scored a TD run in De Soto’s victory over Spring Hill. Noah Cardiss and Josh Pasley had interceptions.

De Soto will play host to Paola on Friday.

De Soto 6 14 7 6 — 33

Spring Hill 0 0 0 0 — 0

D — Joey Johnson 7 pass from Zach Atchison (kick failed)

D — Atchison 3 run (Josh Pasley kick).

D — Ryan Hicks 4 run (Pasley kick).

D — Gabe Hamilton 34 run (kick failed).

D — Atchison 1 run (kick failed).

McLouth 47, Oskaloosa 0

Oskaloosa — Shawn Dailey had 12 carries for 109 yards and two touchdowns, and Dakota Cop had five carries for 66 yards and another score as McLouth blanked Osklaoosa.

McLouth had 336 yards of total offense.

McLouth 7 20 13 7 — 47

Oskaloosa 0 0 0 0 — 0

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