Paola Andrew Ballock threw for three touchdowns and ran for two as Eudora High defeated Paola, 35-7, in high school football Friday.
Ballock completed eight of 10 passes for 147 yards and ran for 105 yards on eight carries. Garret Elston led the Cardinals with 172 yards on 17 carries.
Ballock threw touchdown passes of 19 yards to Tanner Tornedon, and 23 and seven yards to Nick Becker.
Eudora (4-0) will play Friday at Spring Hill.
Eudora 14 7 7 7 — 35
Paola 0 0 7 0 — 7
E — Andrew Ballock 46 run (Grant Elston kick)
E — Tanner Tornedon 19 pass from Ballock (Elston kick)
E — Ballock 4 run (Elston kick)
E — Nick Becker 23 pass from Ballock (Elston kick)
P — Jeremy Criddle 17 pass from Andrew Henn (Luke Wilson kick)
E — Becker 7 pass from Ballock (Elston kick)
Wellsville 38, Osawatomie 29
Wellsville — Shane Hillman gained 218 yards on 20 carries and scored four touchdowns, and Kenneth Hopkins ran for another score for Wellsville.
Wellsville (1-3) will play Friday at Anderson County.
Oswatomie 14 7 8 0 — 29
Wellsville 14 8 8 8 — 38
Nemaha Valley 21, Perry-Lecompton 6
Perry — Seth Surface completed 17 of 30 passes for 216 yards and a touchdown, but Perry-Lecompton fell to Nemaha Valley.
Riley Davis caught six passes for 93 yards and a touchdown.
The Kaws (1-3) will play Friday at Holton.
Nemaha Valley 0 7 0 14 — 21
Perry-Lecompton 0 0 0 6 — 6
NV — Caleb Meyer 1 run (Brad Boeckman kick)
NV — Creighton Brinker 66 fumble return (Boeckman kick)
P-L — Riley Davis 20 pass from Seth Surface (kick failed)
NV — Devin Henry 1 run (Boeckman kick)
Spring Hill 14, Baldwin 12
Baldwin City — Spring Hill scored on its first and last possession of the first half and then held off a Baldwin comeback attempt, spoiling Baldwin’s homecoming.
After holding Baldwin to a three-and-out on the game’s first possession, Spring Hill drove 66 yards for a score.
Senior fullback Caleb McDade finished the drive with a five-yard touchdown run. McDade closed out the half with a two-yard touchdown drive with just 14 seconds left in the half, completing a 34-yard drive.
Baldwin’s offense, held to just two first downs in the first half, came to life in the third quarter. After giving Baldwin the ball with an interception, junior Cornell Brown hauled in a 39-yard pass from senior quarterback Tyler Cawley, cutting Spring Hill’s lead to 14-6.
Cawley found Brown again for a 16-yard touchdown later in the quarter. But Baldwin was unable to tie the score when a two-point conversion failed.
Baldwin had a last chance to pull out the victory when it recovered a fumble on Spring Hill’s 38-yard line with 8:06 to play.
The Bulldogs drove to the 18-yard line, where they were flagged for a costly fourth-down delay-of-game penalty.
That set up a 34-yard-field goal attempt by senior Austin Kraus that fell just short.
Spring Hill 7 7 0 0 — 14
Baldwin 0 0 6 6 — 12
SH — Caleb McDade 5 run (Niles Kahn kick)
SH — McDade 2 run (N. Kahn kick).
B — Brown 39 pass from Tyler Cawley (kick failed)
B — Brown 16 pass from Cawley (2-point conversion failed)