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Ellinwood football continues to battle
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ROZEL — Pawnee Heights QB Alec Carlson accounted for eight touchdown to ignite a 69-21 victory over Burrton in 6-man football. Burrton, outscored by an average score of 69-21, was outscored 69-21. The Tigers are 3-3.

Carlson completed five touchdown passes — two to Adam Hands, two to Braden Colglazier and one to Dalen Rasmussen. He scored on 36- and 39-yard runs and caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Colglazier.

Tiger Rebecca Winters achieved state history with a 3-yard touchdown run to become what is believed to be the first female to score a touchdown in Kansas high school varsity football.

Burrton 21 0 0 — 21

Pawnee Heights 36 20 13 — 69

PH—Braden Colglazier 46 pass from Alec Carlson; PH—Dalen Rasmueen 35 pass from Carlson; PH—Adam Hands 32 pass from Carlson (Elwin Fiso kick); PH—Carlson 39 run (Fiso kick); PH—Carlson 36 run (Colglazier kick); PH—Carlson 20 pass from Colglazier; PH—Hands 27 pass from Carlson; PH—Colglazier 35 pass from Carlson (Colglazier kick); PH—Colglazier 13 run (Russell Baier run); PH—Rebecca Winters 3 run


ELLINWOOD — Down 26-0, Ellinwood rallied with two touchdowns before losing 54-14 to Oakley in 1A, District 3 football. QB Drew Heinz scored on a 1-yard run and completed a 45-yard scoring strike to Colby Zink. The Eagles regained possession down 26-14, but were unable to score.

Oakley’s Jackson Pfeifer started the game with a 85-yard kickoff return and followed with 24- and 30-yard touchdown runs. Landyn Plummer scored on 7- and 80-yard runs and gained 158 yards.

Oakley (1-5, 1-4) won its first game against Ellinwood (1-4, 1-2), which broke a 20-game losing streak last week.

Oakley  20 6 6 22 — 54

Ellinwood  0 0 14 0 — 14

O—Jackson Pfeifer 85 kickoff return (kick fails); O—Pfeifer 30 run (pass fails); O—Pfeifer 24 run (Cunningham pass from Pfeifer); O—Temaat 1 run (Brayden Cunningham pass from Will Schmidt); E—Drew Heinz 1 run (Moritz Jaehme kick); E—Cody Zink 45 pass from Drew Heinz (Jaehme kick); O—Landyn Plummer 80 run (run fails); O—Temmat 3 run (Plummer run); O—Plummer 7 run (Plummer run); O—Carter Krier 13 run (run fails)


RUSHING—O—Plummer 10-158, Temaat 18-90, Pfeifer 6-68, Krier 1-13, Schmidt 1-(-7).

PASSING—O—Schmidt 5-11-2, 90.

RECEIVING—O—Plummer 1-41, Cunningham 3-33, Ryburn 1-16.


ELLSWORTH — Hoisington TB Legend Robinson scored two touchdowns and rushed for 235 yards to spark a hard-fought 21-13 football victory over Ellsworth in 2A, District 8. Hoisington (5-1, 3-0) overcame three turnovers with four takeaways to escape the upset bid. The Cardinals play Norton at home next week.

Wyatt Wikum opened the Cardinals’ scoring on a 4-yard run. Legend Robinson converted 1- and 30-yard touchdowns. Ellsworth’s Brad Vopat scored on a pair of 2-yard touchdown runs. Cardinal freshman sensation Jason Robinson intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble. Leyton Haxton intercepted a pass.

Hoisington 7 7 0 7 — 21

Ellsworth 0 0 0 13 — 13

H—Wyatt Wikum 4 run (kick); H—Legend Robinson 30 run (kick); E—Brad Vopat 2 run (run fails); H—Legend Robinson 1 run (kick); E—Vopat 2 run (Dayton Davis kick)


MACKSVILLE — Macksville QB Ryan Kuckelman threw for two touchdown passes and scored on a 40-yard punt return in a 54-0 football victory over St. John in 8-Man 1, District 6.

Lance Lickiss caught a 26-yard scoring pass and Alvaro Ibarra scored on a 29-yard touchdown reception. TB Hector Gomez scored on 3- and 53-yard runs. Rogelio Ibarra scored on a 19-yard run. Jason Cleveland scored on a fumble recovery. James Granger contributed four tackles and two assists. Gomez had three tackles for the Mustangs (2-4, 2-1).

St. John’s TB Caden McCandless rushed for 57 yards and had 27 yards receiving. Christopher Fernandez caught a 39-yard reception for the Tigers (0-6, 0-3).

St. John 0 0  — 0

Macksville 46 8 — 54

M—Hector Gomez 3 run (Jason Cleveland run); M—Lance Lickiss 26 pass from Ryan Kuckelman (Cleveland run); M—Alvaro Ibarra 29 pass from Kuckelman (Rogelio Ibarra run); M—Kuckelman 40 punt return (Gomez run); M—Rogelio Ibarra 19 run (Cleveland run); M—Cleveland fumble recovery (run fails); M—Gomez 53 run (R. Ibarra run)


RUSHING—SJ—20-49; Caden McCandless 10-57, Angel Ibarra 6-(-2), Marco Ibarra 3-(-3), Aden Adame 1-(-3); M—8-111; Gomez 3-63, R. Ibarra 1-19, Kuckelman 1-17, Aiden Katz 1-16, Cleveland 1-12, Fabian Ortiz 1-(-16).

PASSING—SJ—M. Ibarra 6-13-1, 68; M—Kuckelman 3-5-0, 66.

RECEIVING—SJ—Christopher Fernandez 1-39, McCandless 3-27, Angel Ibarra 1-4, Adame 1-(-2); M—Lickiss 2-37, A. Ibarra 1-19. 


OTIS – South Barber QB Briggs Jewell passed for two scores and rushed for two touchdowns to spark a 50-0 non-district football victory over Otis-Bison.

Caden Rathgeber caught 5- and 33-yard touchdown passes and scored on a 40-yard punt return. Briggs Jewell scored on 1- and 3-yard runs. Gatlin Jewell scored on 15- and 55-yard runs for the Chieftains (5-1).

Otis-Bison’s Dalton Regan rushed for 29 yards. Ky Schwartz accounted for four tackles and four assists for the Cougars (3-3).

South Barber 22 28 – 50

Otis-Bison 0 0 – 0

SB—Caden Rathgerber 33 pass from Briggs Jewell (Rathgeber pass from B. Jewell); SB—Gatlin Jewell 55 run (G. Jewell run); SB—B. Jewell 3 run (pass fails); SB—G. Jewell 15 run (Antonio Vasquez run); SB—B. Jewell 1 run (pass fails); SB—Rathgeber 40 punt return (run fails); SB—Rathgeber 5 pass from B. Jewell (Xander Myers run)


RUSHING—SB—15-146; G. Jewell 7-115; B. Jewell 5-15; Oakley Duvall 1-9; Vasquez 1-4; Rathgeber 1-3; OB—19-39; Dalton Regan 6-29, Riley Polly 5-20, Ky Schwartz 6-13, team 2-(-23).

PASSING—SB—B. Jewell 5-9-0, 126; OB—Regan 5-9-1, 19.

RECEIVING—SB—G. Jewell 3-77, Rathgeber 3-49; OB—Polly 1-12, Eston Juno 2-9, Jake Hoopingarner 1-0, Schwartz 1-(-2).