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


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(WEEK 8 OCT 24th, 2014) All games are District games**


TVL 8-Man


(0-8) Blue Valley – 0
(6-2) at Axtell – 46

Axtell scored 32 points in the first quarter in rout to a 46-0 win over Blue Valley. Shane Talbot and Caleb Heiman each finished the night with two touchdowns. QB Colton Buessing finished with four total touchdowns in the win.

(1-7) Southern Cloud – 12
(4-4) at Frankfort – 58

(8-0) Hanover – 58
(1-7) at Clifton Clyde – 6

Hanover scored 28 points in the first and 30 points in the second quarter to put their game away quickly against Clifton Clyde. Preston Jueneman finished the night with four total touchdowns. Andrew Bruna also contributing three total touchdowns in the victory.

(4-4) Linn – 22
(3-5) at Pike Valley – 57

Linn trailed 22-6 at the half and then were outscored 22-8 in the third quarter to put a comeback on the back burner.


TVL 11-Man


(2-6) St. Marys – 0
(7-1) at Centralia – 35

(0-7) Immaculata – 0
(1-6) at Doniphan West – 2 (Win by Forfeit)

(6-2) Washington Co. – 28
(0-8) at Marysville – 7

(5-3) Onaga – 28
(2-6) at Valley Falls – 26

Onaga goes 4-0 in district play to clinch the class 2-1A district 2 title. Wyatt Cordell finished the night with two touchdowns for Onaga. Jarod Groneweller and David Koelzer taking on touchdowns as well in the winning effort.

(0-8) Inman – 0
(7-1) at Troy – 63

With the victory, Troy clinches the class 2-1A district 1 title. Troy raced out to an early 28-0 lead only to lead 41-0 at the half. Troy QB Tristan Speer tosses six touchdown passes in the win. Collin Jasper caught two of those touchdown balls.

(1-7) Republic Co. – 6
(4-4) at Valley Hts. – 48


Mid East


(2-6) St. Marys – 0
(7-1) at Centralia – 35

(4-4) Riley Co. – 21
(5-3) at Minneapolis – 17

Riley County trailed 17-7 at the end of the first half but completely switched gears in the second half outscoring Minneapolis 14-0 to pull off the comeback victory. Trace Nelson threw a touchdown and also rushed for a score for Riley County. Dalton Huey had a pick six on the defensive side of the ball. The Falcons kept their playoff hopes alive with the win and can clinch a postseason berth with a win next week against Marysville.

(2-6) Rock Creek – 9
(6-2) at Nemaha Central – 28

Nemaha Central scored a touchdown in every quarter in the win over the Mustangs. Rock Creek trailed just 6-3 after the first quarter but offensively couldn’t get much going against a stout Nemaha Central defense. Alex Feldkamp had a touchdown pass in the losing effort, the Mustangs can still make the playoffs with a win next week against Centralia.

(3-5) Osage City – 22
(8-0) at Rossville – 91

Rossville raced out early and often and Osage City didn’t stand a chance in a huge Rossville win on Friday night. Rossville scored 42 points in the first quarter and 35 points in the second quarter to take a 77-14 lead at the half. Rossville QB Tucker Horak scored on a 50 yard run, a 48 yard pick six and also on a 62 yard punt return. His brother Thatcher along with Nick Reesor had a couple of touchdowns a piece in the ball game. Rossville gets Silver Lake next week.

(5-3) Oskaloosa - 8
(8-0) at Silver Lake – 55

(0-8) Wabaunsee – 8
(3-5) at Jackson Hts. – 41

Jackson Heights outscored Wabaunsee 22-0 in the second quarter to take charge of the ball game in rout to the victory. The Chargers lone touchdown came in the fourth quarter of the ball game.



(4-4) Smoky Valley – 14
(7-1) at Wamego – 35

It was a slow start for both teams, 0-0 was the score after the first quarter. The Red Raiders would ramp it up offensively in the second quarter scoring on a 35 yard TD pass from Kyler Alderson to Reid Jones. Wyatt Totten capped the second quarter with a 60 yard punt return for a TD to make it 14-0 at the half. Wamego would end up making it 28-0 before the Vikings got on the scoreboard. Trey Cohorst finished with two touchdown runs for the Red Raiders. Wamego clinches a spot in the playoffs with the win.

(6-2) Abilene – 33
(7-1) at Hays – 34

(1-7) Nickerson – 0
(4-4) at Chapman – 34

(2-6) Colby – 21
(3-5) at Clay Center – 19

(3-5) Goodland – 7
(6-2) at Concordia – 45

Concordia senior RB Drake Hake becomes the all time leading rusher in Concordia history with 3,424 career yards after the win against Goodland.

(6-2) Washington Co. – 28
(0-8) at Marysville – 7




(5-3) Lawrence Free State – 35
(6-2) at Manhattan – 14

(7-1) Wichita Hts. – 41
(3-5) at Emporia – 28

(7-1) Hayden – 49
(2-6) at El Dorado – 20

In the first half, Hayden (7-1 overall, 2-0 in district) converted 18 first downs to El Dorado’s four, while the Hayden defense limited El Dorado to just 43 yards of total offense. Hayden also took advantage of two El Dorado (2-5, 1-1) turnovers, scoring 14 points off those miscues. The defense had four quarterback sacks and also got an interception from senior Zach Roush in the first half. Hayden quarterback Jacob Head completed his first 10 passes, throwing two first half touchdowns and running for another score. Head finished with 141 yards passing. Hayden finished the night with 195 yards rushing.

(1-7) Highland Park – 8
(4-4) at Seaman – 57

Seaman stretched its win streak to three games and set up a 5A District 2 showdown with Shawnee Heights next week by overcoming a sluggish start en route to a 57-8 win Friday at home over Highland Park. The Vikings got untracked in the second quarter, led by quarterback Dalton Cowan, who ran for scores of 41 and 24, then found wideout Nash McKnight for a 72-yard scoring pass. Cowan ran for a third score right after halftime to finish with 119 yards rushing on just nine carries. He was also 8-of-11 passing for another 167 yards.

(3-5) Wichita East – 7
(6-2) at Junction City – 34

(4-4) Shawnee Hts. – 60
(1-7) at Topeka West – 13

Running back Tony Barksdale took Shawnee Heights’ first play from scrimmage 63 yards around the right side for a touchdown, only to have it called back for a holding penalty. Heights’ Austen Hubert took the next carry 72 yards around the left sideline for a TD, starting an onslaught of scoring in the T-Birds’ 60-13 victory over West. The senior Barksdale only added to his impressive season rushing totals, racking up eight carries for 225 yards with four touchdowns. That meant, in his eight carries, four times he scored, once his rush was cut short because a holding penalty and three times he was actually tackled. The T-Birds (4-4, 2-0) racked up 490 offensive yards in the first half, scoring touchdowns on all seven of their possessions to take a 46-7 lead into the break. The T-Birds, who officially clinched a playoff berth with the victory, will play host to Seaman next Friday with the district championship on the line.

(2-6) Washburn Rural – 29
(7-1) at Topeka High – 48

The Trojans had a lot more positives than negatives, rolling to a 49-28 Class 6A District 5 and Centennial League victory over Washburn Rural on Friday at Yager Stadium. Topeka High, which improved to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in the district, clinched its third straight playoff berth and will play Free State next week for the District 5 title. The Trojans also earned a share of the Centennial League title for the third straight year, with Hayden and Topeka High both finishing with 5-1 league records. Topeka High senior quarterback Alec Beatty rushed for 137 yards on 16 carries and passed for 281 yards while junior running back Saylor Caraway had 223 rushing yards and a touchdown on 22 carries.


Twin Valley 8-man

Team League Overall
Hanover*  4-0  8-0
Linn  2-1  4-4
Axtell  2-1  6-2
Frankfort  2-2  4-4
Clifton Clyde  0-3  1-7
Blue Valley  0-3  0-8

*denotes league champion

Twin Valley 11-man

Team League Overall
Centralia*  5-0  7-1
Troy  4-1  7-1
Washington County  3-2  6-2
Onaga  2-3  5-3
Valley Heights  1-4  4-4
Doniphan West  0-5  2-6

*denotes league champion

Mid-East League

Team League Overall
Rossville  4-0  8-0
Silver Lake  3-0  8-0
Riley County  3-2  4-4
Rock Creek  2-3  2-6
St. Marys  1-4  2-6
Wabaunsee  0-4  0-8

*denotes league champion


Team League Overall
 5-0  6-2
Wamego  4-1  7-1
Concordia  2-2  6-2
Chapman  2-3  4-4
Clay Center  1-3  3-5
Marysville  0-5  0-8

*denotes league champion

Centennial League

Team League Overall
Hayden  5-1  7-1
Topeka High  5-1  7-1
Manhattan  4-1  6-2
Junction City  4-2  6-2
Shawnee Heights  3-2  4-4
Seaman  3-2  4-4
Emporia  3-3  3-5
Washburn Rural  2-3  2-6
Highland Park  0-5  1-7
Topeka West  0-5  1-7

*denotes league champion