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Macksville 40,
Kiowa County 18

MACKSVILLE — The Macksville High School football team only needed 36 more yards of total offense than Kiowa County to register a win on Friday night.
Quarterback Seth Filbert took hold of the game, leading Macksville with 116 rushing yards, 159 passing yards and two passing touchdowns.
Running back Dakota Allison ran for two touchdowns and Adam Oak scored a rushing and receiving touchdown for the Mustangs.
“Offensively, we executed some plays and made them into big plays,” Mustangs head coach Jeff Kuckelman said. “I thought we used the running game well to set up our passing game and got the big plays.”
Kiowa County    0    6    6    6—18
Macksville    0    8    16    16—40

Second Quarter
Macksville — Allison 17 run (Oak pass from Filbert)
Kiowa County — Binford 40 run (conversion failed)
Third Quarter
Macksville — Bevan 42 pass from Filbert (Bevan pass from Filbert)
Kiowa County — Binford 6 run (conversion failed)
Macksville — Oak 56 pass from Filbert (Bevan pass from Filbert)
Fourth Quarter
Kiowa County — Binford 13 run (conversion failed)
Macksville — Oak 30 run (Filbert run good)
Macksville — Allison 1 run (Filbert run good)
Lincoln 56, Claflin 8

LINCOLN — Claflin failed to get its newly found offense, which had scored 154 points in the last three weeks, up and running against Lincoln on Friday night.
The recently potent running game led by running back Benn Kirmer only totaled 54 yards in the Wildcats’ loss.
Kirmer had 51 yards and the Wildcats’ lone touchdown, which he scored in the first quarter of a game that ended at halftime because of the 45-point rule.
Even though Claflin quarterback Kevin Klug was constantly pressured, causing him to have minus-24 yards rushing, he still completed 7 of 10 passes for 58 yards.
Otis-Bison 55, Bucklin 6
BUCKLIN — Otis-Bison orchestrated eight scoring drives, six in the first quarter alone, to beat Bucklin after only two quarters of play.
Michael Hlavaty was the rushing leader for the Cougars with 112 yards and two touchdowns on only two carries. Zach Stejskal added 88 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries.
Cougars quarterback Trevor Keller rushed for a 2-yard score and completed a 34-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Pechanec.
Dylan Wissman got the Cougars’ final touchdown on a 14-yard scoring pass to Kole Urban.
Otis-Bison    41    14—55
Bucklin    0    6—6

First Quarter
Otis-Bison — Hlavaty 52 run (Hlavaty kick failed)
Otis-Bison — Keller 2 run (Hlavaty kick)
Otis-Bison —  Hlavaty 60 run (Hlavaty kick)
Bucklin — Bl. Demoret 2 run (conversion failed)
Otis-Bison — Pechanec 34 pass from Keller (Hlavaty kick)
Otis-Bison — Stejskal 16 run (Wissman pass from Keller)
Otis-Bison — Piper 7 run (run failed)
Second Quarter
Otis-Bison — Stejskal 40 run (run failed)
Otis-Bison — Urban 14 pass from Wissman (Stejskal run)
Stafford 78, Pawnee Heights 42

ROZEL — The Stafford offense struck early, scoring 44 points in the first quarter alone on its way to avictory in a shootout with Pawnee Heights.
The Tigers had no answer for Stafford quarterback Alex Setter, who rushed for 277 yards and four touchdowns while throwing for a 28-yard score.
The Trojans’ Tanner Newell, who had 119 rushing yards, found the end zone in every facet of the game. Newell was on the receiving end of the 28-yard touchdown, while also running for 3- and 10-yard touchdowns, returning a kickoff 60 yards for a score and returning an interception 23 yards for six points.
The Tigers were led in rushing by Chad Wallace, who totaled 139 yards and a touchdown. Sam Spence added 121 rushing yards and three touchdowns, while completing nine of 24 passes for 121 yards and two scores.

Stafford    44    0    12    22—78
Pawnee Heights    14    0    18    10—42

First Quarter
Stafford — Setter 45 run (conversion failed)
Stafford — Paulsen 6 run (Setter run)
Pawnee Heights — Spence 41 run (Wallace run)
Stafford — Setter 50 run (Newell run)
Stafford — Newell 3 run (conversion failed)
Pawnee Heights — Hardiman 23 pass from Spence (conversion failed)
Stafford — Newell 60 kickoff return (Paulsen run)
Stafford — Newell 28 pass from Setter (Newell run)
Third Quarter
Stafford — Newell 10 run (conversion failed)
Stafford — Paulsen 3 run (conversion failed)
Pawnee Heights — Spence 4 run (conversion failed)
Pawnee Heights — Spence 6 run (conversion failed)
Pawnee Heights — Wallace 6 run (conversion failed)
Fourth Quarter
Stafford — Setter 45 run (Setter run)
Stafford — Newell 23 interception return (Paulsen run good)
Stafford — Setter 1 run (conversion failed)
Pawnee Heights — Hardiman 32 pass from Spence (Wallace run good)
Hugoton 66, Larned 7
HUGOTON — Larned was able to score one touchdown in its loss to Hugoton on Friday night.
The  Indians; Dantan Viegra, who had 60 yards rushing, found the end zone on a 3-yard scamper in the first quarter. Keith Brady added 130 yards rushing.

Pretty Prairie 58, St. John 0
PRETTY PRAIRIE — The St. John Tigers were blanked on the road by undefeated Pretty Prairie on Friday night.
The Bulldogs scored 42 points in the first quarter alone, finishing with five rushing touchdowns and three passing.
The Bulldogs remain undefeated at 8-0, while the Tigers fall to 4-3.
St. John    0    0—0
Pretty Prairie    42    16—58

First Quarter
Pretty Prairie — Krehbiel 1 run (conversion good)
Pretty Prairie — Hines 17 pass from Pittman (conversion good)
Pretty Prairie — Hines 11 pass from Pittman (conversion failed)
Pretty Prairie — Kaufman 28 run (conversion failed)
Pretty Prairie — Krehbiel 3 run (conversion good)
Pretty Prairie — Graham 7 run (conversion failed)
Second Quarter
Pretty Prairie — Graham 52 run (conversion good)
Pretty Prairie — Mains 35 pass from Broce (conversion good)
Plainville 46, Ellinwood 0
ELLINWOOD — Ellinwood finished with negative yards of total offense in its loss to Plainville, 46-0.
The Eagles quarterback Kyle Corbett was able to get 25 yards through the air but Ellinwood’s rushing offense was pushed back to minus-40 yards.
Freshman running back Allen Templeton was the only Ellinwood back with positive yardage at four rushing yards.
Plainville    24    16    6—46
Ellinwood    0    0    0—0

 First Quarter
Plainville — Axelson 10 run (conversion good)
Plainville — Anderson 47 run (conversion good)
Plainville — Axelson 16 run (conversion good)
Second Quarter
Plainville — Casey 6 pass from Becker (conversion good)
Plainville — Anderson 73 run (conversion good)
Third Quarter
Plainville — Anderson 39 run (conversion failed)
Hope 38, Quivira Heights 14
HOPE  — Quivira Heights couldn’t keep up with Hope’s offense, which jumped on the Thunderbirds early.
The loss drops the T-Birds’ overall record to 5-2, while Hope improves to 6-1.
Hope was able to get three touchdowns on the ground against Quivira Heights before the Thunderbirds answered in the air.
Quarterback Gunner Phelan completed two touchdown passes. The first was a 25-yard aerial to Jordan Trevino. The second was a 31-yard bomb to Nick Schepmann.
Quivira Heights    0    8    0    6—14
Hope    16    8    6    8—38

First quarter
Hope — Mudd 2 run (conversion good)
Hope — Goracke 2 run (convserion good)
Second Quarter
Hope — Bird 12 run (conversion good)
Quivira Heights — Trevino 25 pass from Phelan (conversion good)
Third Quarter
Hope — Goracke 1 run (conversion failed)
Fourth Quarter
Quivira Heights — Schepmann 31 pass from Phelan (conversion failed)
Hope — Goracke 4 run (conversion good)