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Area Prep Football Roundup: Oct. 6
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GRINNELL — Pawnee Heights tailback Kade Scott gained 268 and scored six touchdowns as the Tigers rolled past WHEATLAND 47-0 in six-man football Friday. Scott has scored 25 TDs.
The Tigers (6-0) are averaging 51 ppg. Back Dalton Hamby gained 69 with a TD. Caleb Karst caught a 24-yard TD pass from Trace Baker.

TRIBUNE – Otis-Bison tailback Blake Bahr scored touchdowns rushing, receiving and on a punt return as the Cougar football team defeated Tribune-Greeley County 50-0 in Eight-Man 2, District 6.
Bahr scored on 20 and 22-yard runs for the state-ranked Cougars (5-1, 2-0 District). He scored on a 27-yard pass from Anton Foust and on a 48-yard punt return that ended the game at halftime. Foust passed to Maitland Wiltse for a score and added an interception return to start the game.

OB 22 28 – 50
GC 0 0 – 0
OB—Maitland Wiltse interception return (Blake Bahr run), 10:24; OB—Bahr 22 run (pass failed), 5:17; OB—Bahr 20 run (Anton Foust run (Foust run), 0:17; OB—Luke Higgason 20 run (Daniel Scott run), 9:08; OB—Wiltse 3 pass from Foust (run failed), 5:14; OB—Bahr 27 pass from Foust (Higgason run), 2:20; OB—Bahr 48 punt return
RUSHING—7-109; Bahr 2-42; Foust 1-47; Higgason 1-20. GC—Jose Chavez 21-34; Axel Sanchez 7-15; Seth Williams 2-(-1).
PASSING—Foust 3-3-0, 49; GC--Chavez 3-11-2, 16.
RECEIVING—Bahr 2-46; Wiltse 1-3; GC—Sanchez 3-16.

NICKERSON – Hoisington’s defense intercepted five passes and recovered a fumble to roll past mistake-prone Nickerson 32-14 in Friday’s Central Kansas League football game.
The state-ranked 4A-Div. 2 Panthers had two touchdowns called back on penalties and were flagged for 99 yards in penalties.
Hoisington tailback Sean Urban rushed for 153 yards, scored two rushing touchdowns and caught a TD pass from quarterback Mason Haxton, who scored on a touchdown run.
“That was a great win for this group,” said Hoisington coach Zach Baird. “They’ve shown remarkable improvement. It’s a great win heading to District play.”
Hoisington’s Rudy Gearhart and Jake Curtis intercepted two passes. Tanner Cassity intercepted a pass and Jared Curtis recovered a fumble. Gearhart contributed 12 tackles and Sean Urban and Jake Curtis 10 tackles apiece.
Gearhart intercepted a pass after a first-half Nickerson touchdown was nullified on a penalty.
“That was a big play right before halftime,” said coach Baird. “Getting six turnovers is phenomenal. Once we got the lead, it put Nickerson in a bad spot. Late in the game it forced them to be one dimensional. We work on passing situations every week in 7-on-7 drills.”
The Cardinals (4-2, 3-2 CKL) play Ellsworth at home Friday. Nickerson (4-2, 4-2 CKL) will play at Wichita Trinity next week.
“They were tougher than we were,” said Nickerson coach Mike Vernon. “We need to rise to the occasion and make plays. But I believe we are moving in the right direction.”

HHS 8 8 16 0 – 32
NHS 14 0 0 0 – 14
N—Tanner Schrag 14 run (Kyle Elliott kick); HH—Sean Urban 72 run (Rudy Gearhart run); N—Noah Salazar 13 pass from T. Schrag (Elliott kick); HH—S. Urban 8 pass from Mason Haxton (S. Urban run); HH—S. Urban 3 run (S. Urban run); HH—Haxton 2 run (Braxton Donovan run)
RUSHING—HH—42-224; Urban 17-153; Rudy Gearhart 8-31; Wyatt Pedigo 9-19; Jake Curtis 1-3; Haxton 7-18; N—Peyton Kuhns 18-95; T. Schrag 15-72; Jarron Kaufmann 4-14; Trevor Frederick 2-11; Trystan Isley 5-8; C.J. Scott 1-6
PASSING—HH—Haxton 2-5-0, 16; N—T. Schrag 8-18-5.
RECEIVING—HH—Pedigo 1-98; S. Urban 1-8; N—Isley 3-38; Nick Salazar 3-33; Josh Salazar 1-12; Kaleb Jackson 1-9.

GREENSBURG – Macksville High tailback Jacob Rein rushed for three touchdowns and wide receiver Kreed Parr caught three touchdown passes to spark the Mustangs past Kiowa County 46-0 in Eight-Man 1, District 6.
Macksville’s Rein scored on a 65-yard run on the game’s first play and added 26- and 33-yard scoring runs. Parr caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Kody Mead and a third score from Rein on a halfback pass. Rein rushed for 180 yards and Parr had 98 yards on his three touchdowns for Macksville (4-2, 1-1 District). Kiowa County (3-3, 1-1 District) gained 83 yards.

M 20 20 6 – 46
KC 0 0 0 – 0
M—Rein 65 run (run failed), 11:47; M—Parr 4 pass from Mead (run failed), 5:22; M—Rein 33 run (Rein run), 0:23; M—Mead 24 run (run failed), 9:40; M—Parr 41 pass from Mead (run failed), 6:47; M—Parr 53 pass from Rein (Rein pass from Mead), 0:00;
M—Rein 26 run, 7:01
RUSHING—M—25-290; Rein 11-180; Mead 11-86; Luis Saenz 3-24; KC—32-51; Cale Thompson 14-27; Braiden Merhoff 3-16; Jesus Solis 1-7; A.J. Owens 5-3; Cooper Zenger 1-1; Gage McDonald 4-(-3).
PASSING—M—Rein 1-1-0, 53; Mead 2-3-1, 45; KC—Thompson 4-10-1, 32.
RECEICING—M—Parr 3-98; KC—Zenger 2-19; Brandon Boyles 2-13.

LITTLE RIVER – Quarterback Myles Menges completed four touchdown passes and Alex Barton scored three touchdowns to spark the Oilers past Little River 52-12 for control of Eight-Man 1, District 5. Menges passed for 261 yards and Barton had eight catches for 169 yards.
Menges completed TD passes to Barton, Kade Beck and Anthony Oberle. Barton also scored on an interception return for the Oilers (5-1, 2-0 District). The Oilers have also beaten Canton-Galva in district play. Goessel (2-4), Ellinwood (1-5), St. John (2-4) are left on the schedule.

CP 8 14 24 14 – 52
LR 0 6 6 0 – 12
CP—Kade Beck 17 pass from Myles Menges (Menges run); CP—Alex Barton 8 pass fro Menges; CP—Anthony Oberle 10 pass from Menges (Barton pass from Menges); CP—Alex Hickel 4 run (Kade Beck pass from Menges); CP—Barton 40 interception return (Menges run); CP—Barton 20 pass from Menges; CP—Hickel 10 run (Hickel run)
RUSHING—CP—28-167; Menges 12-102; Hickel 6-43; Dalton Beck 8-17; Jacob McAtee 2-5
PASSING—CP—Menges 16-28-0, 261.
RECEIVING—CP—Barton 8-169; Kade Beck 2-32; Oberle 2-21; Devin Ryan 2-21; Dalton Beck 1-12; Alex Hickel 1-6.