Peabody-Burns 44, Claflin 42
CLAFLIN — The Claflin High School football team came up two points short in the game’s second overtime, losing on Friday against Peabody-Burns.
The game went into overtime tied at 30. The Wildcats Benn Kirmer crashed into the end zone for a 3-yard score, but the Warriors’Hunter Pickens found the end zone as well. Both teams failed the 2-point conversion, so the game moved to second overtime.
Pickens got another touchdown from 10 yards out and ran for the 2-point conversion to give the Warriors a 44-36 advantage. Wildcats quarterback Kevin Klug found Kirmer for a 15-yard touchdown pass, but was unable to complete the conversion.
Kirmer, again, was the workhorse for the Wildcats, rushing 38 times for 220 yards, including a 55-yard score. Kirmer finished the game with four of the Wildcats’ five touchdowns.
Klug completed six of his 10 passes for 54 yards, one touchdown and one interception, while also rushing 10 times for 53 yards and another score.
Peabody-Burns 16 6 0 8 6 8—44
Claflin 8 6 8 8 6 6—42
Claflin — Klug 15 run (Kirmer pass from Klug good)
Peabody-Burns — Eldridge 7 run (S. Pickens run good)
Peabody-Burns — S. Pickens 64 run (H. Pickens run good)
Claflin — Kirmer 55 run (pass failed)
Peabody-Burns — S. Pickens 46 run (run failed)
Claflin — Kirmer 40 run (Stueder pass from Klug good)
Peabody-Burns — S. Pickens (H. Pickens run good)
Claflin — Kirmer 4 run (Klug run good)
Claflin — Kirmer 3 run (pass failed)
Peabody-Burns — S. Pickens 10 run (run failed)
Peabody-Burns — S. Pickens 10 run (S. Pickens run good)
Claflin — Kirmer 15 pass from Klug (pass failed)
Quivira Heights 54, Tescott 0
BUSHTON — Quivira Heights only needed the first half to run up 54 points against the Trojans of Tescott.
It was Nick Scheppman on the ground that buried the Trojans. Scheppman rushed for 130 yards and three touchdowns. Scheppman scored the first Thunderbirds touchdown on defense when he fell on a fumble in the end zone.
T-Birds quarterback Gunner Phelan threw for 79 yards and another three touchdowns, hitting Taylor Siemsen for 21- and 18-yard scores and Chris Woolf for a 2-yard touchdown.
The Trojans only had 117 yards of total offense — 55 rushing and 62 passing. Quarterback Kodee Wood led Tescott in both categories with 41 rushing yards and 62 yards on 9 of 26 passes. Wood also lost a fumble, which resulted in the Thunderbirds’ first touchdown.
Tescott 0 0 — 0
Quivira Heights 38 16 — 54
Quivira Heights — Scheppman fumble recovery (Scheppman run good)
Quivira Heights — Scheppman 38 run (Siemsen pass from Phelan good)
Quivira Heights — Scheppman 14 run (Bosquez pass from Phelan good)
Quivira Heights — Siemsen 21 pass from Phelan (Siemsen pass from Phelan good)
Quivira Heights — Siemsen 18 pass from Phelan (run failed)
Quivira Heights — Schepmann 71 run (J. Trevino pass from Phelan good)
Quivira Heights — Woolf 2 pass from Phelan (M. Trevino run good)
St. John 32
ST. JOHN — St. John fell short in its back-and-forth shootout against South Central-Coldwater.
The Timberwolves found the end zone six times, St. John only five. Aside from that, a second 2-point conversion and a safety were the only differences on the scoreboard.
The Timberwolves found success against St. John in the air, throwing for 145 yards. St. John only had 48 passing yards.
Joey McCleary led the Timberwolves with 110 rushing yards while Pat Prescott, who ran for an 8-yard score, led the Tigers with 73.
Ethan Long also ran for Tigers’ touchdowns. Kinser Crissman returned a Timberwolves’ kickoff 72 yards for a touchdown and passed for two touchdowns — 16 yards to Zach Minnis and 14 yards to Prescott.
BEL AIRE — The Ellinwood Eagles were held to 203 yards of total offense in their loss to Sunrise Christian Academy.
The Eagles were led by Dalton Garrett with 85 rushing yards. Behind him was freshman Allen Templeton with 40 and quarterback Kyle Corbett with 20. Corbett also completed 4 of 5 passes for 56 yards.
The Eagles main problem in the game was keeping possession of the ball. Ellinwood had five fumbles and three interceptions against the Buffaloes.
MINNEOLA — Adam Oak scored five touchdowns for Macksville in its romp over Minneola in three quarters on Friday.
The Mustangs ran for 176 yards, and Macksville quarterback Seth Filbert completed 6 of 9 passes for 99 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.
Adam Oak led Macksville with 104 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown, two receiving touchdowns and two returns for scores, 76-yard kickoff return and 67-yard punt return. Tanner Tranbarger ran for the other Mustangs rushing touchdown.
The Mustangs’ defense held Minneola to 64 rushing yards and only 19 passing. The Wildcats Matt Edwards led Minneola with 44 rushing yards. Quarterback Brandy Shumate completed two passes for 19 yards, but completed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Matt McClaren.
Macksville 14 22 16 — 52
Minneola 0 6 0 — 6
Macksville — Llanas 3 pass from Filbert (pass failed)
Macksville — Oak 40 pass from Filbert (Oak run good)
Macksville — Oak 41 pass from Filbert (Bevan pass from Filbert good)
Minneola — McClaren 15 pass from Shumate (pass failed)
Macksville — Oak 76 kickoff return (Filbert run good)
Macksville — Oak 46 run (run failed)
Macksville — Oak 67 punt return (Llanas pass from Filbert good)
Macksville — Tranbarger 23 run (Welch run good)
Stafford 56, Bucklin 0
STAFFORD — Stafford evened out its record at 3-3 Friday night against Bucklin, winning a mercy-rule game in the first half.
The Trojans found success in their ground game, rushing for 282 yards and six touchdowns. Stafford was led by Jacob Morris, who sprinted for 122 yards and three touchdowns.
Trojans quarterback Alex Setter rushed for a 58-yard score and Chris Lowe crossed the goal line after running 23 yards. The Trojans’ defense added six points when Eric Shelton fell on a fumble in the end zone.
The Red Aces only completed one pass for four yards, but rushed for 97. Bucklin was led in rushing by Brett Demoret, who ran for 74 yards.
Bucklin 0 0 — 0
Stafford 16 40 — 56
Stafford — Morris 27 run (Morris run good)
Stafford — Setter 58 run (Morris pass from Setter good)
Stafford — Morris 24 run (Setter run good)
Stafford — Morris 25 run (Setter run good)
Stafford — Shelton fumble recovery (Setter run good)
Stafford — Lowe 23 run (Morris run good)
Stafford — Harris 1 run (Newell pass from Harris good)
Hoisington 54, Larned 12
LARNED — Hoisington remains undefeated in the Mid-Central Activities Association after beating Larned, 54-12.
The Cardinals rushing leader was Taylor Stumma, who ran for 177 yards and three touchdowns. Dustin Broeder also ran for three touchdowns.
Ben Stacey rushed for 125 yards and one touchdown while also catching a 69-yard bomb from quarterback Luke Becker for a Cardinals score.
The Indians scored 12 points, their highest total since Week 2 against Ellinwood. Quarterback Jamil Shoemaker ran for a 1-yard score in the second quarter, and Brady Keith ran for a 4-yard touchdown in the fourth.
Hoisington 28 20 6 0 — 54
Larned 0 6 0 6 — 12
Hoisington — D. Broeder 6 run (A. Broeder kick good)
Hoisington — Stacey 40 run (A. Broeder kick good)
Hoisington — Stacey 69 pass from Becker (A. Broeder kick good)
Hoisington — D. Broeder 11 run (A. Broeder kick good)
Hoisington — Stumma 64 run (A. Broeder kick good)
Larned — Shoemaker 1 run
Hoisington — D. Broeder 3 run
Hoisington — Stumma 13 run (A. Broeder kick good)
Hoisington — Stumma 4 run
Larned — Keith 4 run
Chase 66, Pawnee Heights 6
— Kevin Price