High School Football Results & Standings

Standings as of Oct. 15th, 2014 for:  Twin Valley 8 man|Twin Valley 11 man |Mid-East League | NCKL | Centennial


FOOTBALL SCORES/SCHEDULE

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(WEEK 7 OCT 17th, 2014) All games are District games** 

TVL 8-Man

 

(0-7) Blue Valley – 50
(1-6) at Southern Cloud – 68

(2-4) Frankfort – 78
(4-2) at Linn – 42

(5-2) Axtell – 42
(2-5) at Pike Valley – 14

Axtell QB Colton Buessing provided four touchdowns in the victory, including one via the run game. The three touchdown passes were to three different receivers, one from 17, 29 and 40 yards out. It was a 20-14 game at the end of three quarters but Axtell outscored Pike Valley 22-0 in the fourth quarter.

(1-6) Clifton Clyde – 0
(6-1) at Wakefield – 54

(3-4) Lakeside-Downs – 8
(7-0) at Hanover – 68

Will and Andrew Bruna combine for six total touchdowns in the big victory for Hanover. 20-0 after the first quarter is bad enough, but the Wildcats piled up 48 points in the second quarter in rout to the victory.

 

TVL 11-Man

(6-1) Centralia – 35
(5-2) at Nemaha Central – 6

Centralia raced out to a 14-0 lead and led 21-0 at the half and Nemaha Central couldn’t find an answer for the Panthers attack. Centralia was led offensively by Darrian Turner who provided four total touchdowns, three on the ground. One touchdown was from 74 yards out and another was from 76 yards out. Nemaha Central picked up their lone score in the third quarter.

(1-6) Doniphan West – 0
(6-1) at Troy – 49

Troy jumped out to an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter but raced to a 36-0 lead at halftime to put this game away early. Collin Jasper had two touchdowns in the win for Troy. Trojans QB Tristan Speer piled up three touchdowns as well.

(2-5) Jackson Heights – 24
(4-3) at Onaga – 28

Onaga scored a touchdown in every single quarter on Friday night to get the close win over Jackson Heights. Onaga was led by Wyatt Cordell who scored three times, all on big plays. He scored on touchdown runs of 62 and 66 yards. He also threw a touchdown pass that went 63 yards down the field.

(3-4) Valley Heights – 50
(0-7) at Wabaunsee – 0

VH led 22-0 at the end of the first quarter and they wouldn’t look back. Valley Heights would go up 38-0 at the end of the first half. VH was led by Gage Woodyard and Keaton DeWalt who each had two touchdowns in the district victory. DeWalt finished with 121 rushing yards.

(5-2) Washington County – 41
(3-4) at Riley County – 32

 

Mid East

(5-2) Washington County – 41
(3-4) at Riley County – 32

Four touchdowns were scored on the first four possessions of the game, the only difference was a missed PAT by the Tigers which gave Riley County a 14-13 lead early. Then both sides got better defensively and the offense were stymied towards the end of the first half until Washington County made things interesting. The Tigers scored a touchdown to make the score 19-14 with under two minutes left in the first half. An onside kick for Washington County gave them the ball back with a short field and they capitalize by scoring a touchdown right as the time expired to make the score 27-14 at the half and they wouldn’t look back the rest of the way. Tigers QB Konner Penning had three touchdown passes to go along with two interceptions on the defensive side of the ball.

(2-5) Rock Creek – 51
(2-5) at St. Marys – 28

Rock Creek got off to a great start in district play with a big win on the road at St. Marys. Jackson Goodmiller led the way offensively for the Mustangs racking up three touchdowns in the victory. Lane Forge provided touchdown runs of 20 and 40 yards. Nate Berard was in on the mix he had a pick six that went 90 yards to the house. Corey Tyler had a couple of touchdown runs for the Bears in a losing effort.

(7-0) Rossville – 77
(5-2) at Oskaloosa – 8

Rossville raced out to 28 points in the first quarter and then scoring 35 points in the second quarter in rout to 77 points in a huge win to open up district play. Tucker and Thatcher Horak combined for eight touchdowns in the victory. Oskaloosa’s one touchdown came on a 67 yard run in the third quarter.

(7-0) Silver Lake – 70
(3-4) at Osage City – 0

(3-4) Valley Heights – 50
(0-7) at Wabaunsee – 0

 

NCKL

(6-1) Wamego – 20
(3-4) at Chapman – 6

(5-2) McPherson – 17
(6-1) at Abilene – 6

(3-4) Clay Center – 14
(3-4) at Goodland – 13

(5-2) Concordia – 28
(1-6) at Colby – 18

(5-2) Minneapolis – 21
(0-7) at Marysville – 7

Minneapolis and Marysville was tied 7-7 at the end of the first quarter but Minneapolis picked up touchdowns in the third and fourth quarters to pull away for the win against Marysville.

Centennial

(6-1) Topeka High – 52
(6-1) at Manhattan – 41

The Trojans, who were coming off an overtime loss to Shawnee Heights, picked up 80 yards in just three rushing plays on the game’s opening possession, but it went for naught as High fumbled the ball into the end zone and Manhattan recovered for a touchback. Manhattan made the Trojans pay with a 67-yard touchdown run from sophomore Keadrian McDonald on its ensuing drive. Then, after a 3-yard Topeka High punt, McDonald scored again from 9 yards out to put the Indians in front 14-0 early in the second quarter and it looked like Manhattan might continue its stranglehold on High. The Trojans would score 24 unanswered points to end the first half and they wouldn’t trail the rest of the game. Junior RB Mike McCoy rushed for 208 yards and four touchdowns. Topeka High rattled off 524 yards of offense.

(5-2) Kapaun – 21
(3-4) at Emporia – 0

(3-4) Andover Central – 21
(6-1) at Hayden – 51

Jacob Head and the Hayden Wildcats got off to a quick start in their Class 4A Division I district opener and rolled to a 51-21 win against Andover Central. Head completed his first eight pass attempts of the game, including two for scores. Head threw for 120 yards in the first half and added a 5-yard rushing touchdown. The Wildcat defense limited the Jaguars to just six first downs in the first half and twice picked off Andover Central. Hayden led at halftime 24-0 and they didn’t look back. The Wildcats finished with 237 rushing yards and 174 passing yards.

(1-6) Highland Park – 0
(3-4) at Shawnee Heights – 76

Heights opened district play with a dominant showing at home, beating Highland Park 76-0 on Friday. After a methodical opening drive, the T-Birds blew open the game, with most of their first downs resulting in touchdowns in the first half. Even when the Scots’ defense finally made a third-down stop, the T-Birds still found a way to pour on more points. With the score 21-0, Heights faked a punt on its own 32. The risk paid off, and on the next play Barksdale was gone for a 53-yard touchdown. The T-Birds piled up 397 yards on the ground and 212 in the air. Highland Park finished with just 68 yards of offense.

(5-2) Junction City – 45
(0-7) at Wichita SE – 7

(1-6) Topeka West – 0
(3-4) at Seaman – 49

Building on the momentum of last Friday’s win over Emporia, the Seaman Vikings launched into district play by destroying visiting Topeka West 49-0. Behind three rushing touchdowns by Reid Fehr, the Vikings dashed to a 34-0 halftime lead, then tacked on two quick scores right after the half before taking their foot off the gas. The junior tailback ran for 102 yards on just 13 carries in the first three quarters. Seaman notched the first win of district play by outrushing Topeka West 280-178, and behind efficient passing by quarterback Dalton Cowan. The sophomore quarterback completed 9 of 11 throws for 205 yards, including touchdown strikes to Nick Steiner, Simeon Sykes and Wyatt Hendrix.

(2-5) Washburn Rural – 14
(4-3) at Lawrence Free State – 42

Free State would spend much of the second half running around as they trampled Washburn Rural 42-14 to open district play. Free State raced out to a 28-7 lead in the first half and that was more than enough to hold off the Blues. Free State quarterback Bryce Torneden and the Firebirds’ offense. Torneden finished with 18 carries for 158 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, while passing for another 135 yards and two scores. Free State racked up 465 yards of total offense in the victory.


STANDINGS:


Twin Valley 8-man
LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Hanover  3-0  7-0
Linn  2-1  4-3
Frankfort  2-2  3-4
Axtell  1-1  5-2
Clifton Clyde  0-2  1-6
Blue Valley  0-2  0-7

*denotes league champion


Twin Valley 11-man
LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Centralia  5-0  6-1
Troy  4-1  6-1
Washington County  3-2  5-2
Onaga  2-3  4-3
Valley Heights  1-4  3-4
Doniphan West  0-5  1-6

*denotes league champion



Mid-East League
LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Rossville  4-0  7-0
Silver Lake  3-0  7-0
Riley County  3-2  3-4
Rock Creek  2-3  2-5
St. Marys  1-4  2-5
Wabaunsee  0-4  0-7

*denotes league champion



NCKL
LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Abilene
 5-0  6-1
Wamego  4-1  6-1
Concordia  2-2  5-2
Chapman  2-3  3-4
Clay Center  1-3  3-4
Marysville  0-5  0-7

*denotes league champion



Centennial League
LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Hayden  5-1  6-1
Topeka High  4-1  6-1
Manhattan  4-1  6-1
Junction City  4-2  5-2
Emporia  3-3  3-4
Shawnee Heights  2-2  3-4
Seaman  2-2  3-4
Washburn Rural  2-2  2-5
Highland Park  0-4  1-6
Topeka West  0-4  1-6

*denotes league champion