ULYSSES — Hoisington High School lost its perfect record on the road at Ulysses, falling 46-10 Friday night.
The Tigers kept the usually-potent Cardinals’ offense quiet while Ulysses mounted an early 12-0 lead. The Cardinals (3-1) were able to rush for 203 yards and secure 11 first downs, but they were unable to find the end zone more than once.
Ben Stacy, who led the Cardinals with 100 yards rushing, ran the ball 27 yards to score the only Hoisington touchdown. The other three points came on a 21-yard field goal kicked by Anthony Broeder.
Hoisington only went to the air once, on a 21-yard pass from Brady Demel to Taylor Stumma.
The Tigers ran the ball for 263 yards and scored four touchdowns while completing 4 of 11 passes for 72 yards and two touchdowns. Ulysses also returned a punt 62 yards for a score.
On Friday, Hoisington hosts Thomas More Prep-Marian for a Mid-Central Activities Association game.
Ellinwood 26, Haven 20
ELLINWOOD — Ellinwood (2-2) bounced back from a crushing defeat against Hoisington last week to run past Haven, 26-20.
The Eagles got it done on the ground, scoring all four of their touchdowns rushing. Quarterback Kyle Corbett ran for three touchdowns (4, 2 and 1 yards). Dalton Garrett ran 4 yards for the Eagles’ fourth score.
Defensively, the Eagles were able to hold the Wildcats to only 14 yards rushing, but struggled against the pass.
Haven quarterback Ridge Foster put the ball in the air 34 times for 12 completions and 229 yards. He also threw two interceptions and ran for two touchdowns.
Trae Regier was Foster’s favorite target, catching six passes for 142 yards and one touchdown.
Haven drops to 1-3.
Haven — Foster 2 run (kick failed)
Ellinwood — Corbett 4 run (Corbett run good)
Haven — Regier 40 pass from Foster (Borntrager pass from Foster good)
Ellinwood — Garrett 4 run (pass failed)
Ellinwood — Corbett 2 run (run failed)
Ellinwood — Corbett 1 run (run failed)
Haven — Foster 2 run (pass failed)
Beloit 69, Larned 0
BELOIT — Beloit scored 42 points in the first quarter on its way to shutting out visiting Larned.
The Trojans advance their season record to 3-1 while Larned continues to look for its first win after four games.
Beloit held the Indians to just 57 yards offensively. Josh Wise led Larned with 30 yards rushing.
The Indians play Cimarron (2-2) next week at home.
Macksville 50, South Central 30
MACKSVILLE — Macksville moved its record to 3-1 after beating South Central, 50-30.
The Timberwolves held the ball longer than the Mustangs and ran 61 plays compared to Macksville’s 36. South Central also had 13 first downs whereas Macksville had only seven.
Each team had four rushing touchdowns, but it was Macksville’s passing game that was the difference.
The Mustangs aired it out for 135 yards and two touchdowns while only giving up one interception, compared to the three interceptions thrown by the Timberwolves.
The Mustangs travel to Pretty Prairie to face the 5-0 Bulldogs next week.
South Central 30
South Central — Lindsay 1 run (Westrup pass from Jarnagin good)
Macksville — Oak 52 pass from Filbert
South Central — Lindsay 52 run (Mounts pass from Jarnagin good)
Macksville — Filbert 5 run (conversion failed)
Macksville — Oak 33 INT return (Oak pass from Filbert good)
South Central — McCleary 5 run (conversion failed)
Macksville — Filbert 65 kick return (Allison run good)
Macksville — Oak 4 pass from Filbert (Bevan pass from Filbert good)
Macksville — Oak 65 run (conversion failed)
Macksville — Allison 18 run (Filbert run good)
South Central — Jarnagin 75 run (Mounts pass from Jarnagin good)
Goessel 60, Claflin 58
GOESSEL — In a shootout, the Claflin Wildcats lost 60-58, giving the Bluebirds their first win of the season while dropping Claflin to 0-4.
Claflin jumped out to an early lead, scoring 30 points to end the first quarter with a 30-14 edge. But the Bluebirds fought back putting 32 on the scoreboard in the second quarter to take a 46-38 lead into halftime.
Claflin outscored the Bluebirds 20-8 after halftime, but were unable to catch Goessel in the end.
The Wildcats travel to Canton to face the Canton-Galva Eagles next week.
Quivira Heights 44, Central-Burden 24
BURDEN — Quivira Heights edged Central-Burden 44-24 to move their season record to 3-1.
The Raiders fell to 2-2.
Next week, the Thunderbirds travel to Beloit to challenge the 0-3 Bluejays of St. John’s/Tipton.
St. John 40, Pratt Skyline 12
PRATT — St. John held Skyline to only six points in each half in its 40-12 victory over the Thunderbirds.
The Tigers totaled 18 points in the first half to take a 18-6 lead into halftime. St. John ran up another 22 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter, to raise its record to 3-1.
Even though the Tigers gave up more yards to the run (138), the Thunderbirds’ two touchdowns came on Easton Burngardt passes to Brandon Broce. St. John also had two picks against Burngardt.
The Tigers return home to play Fairfield, 2-2, next week.
Pawnee Heights 62, Ingalls 38
INGALLS — Pawnee Heights scored 62 points for the second consecutive week in beatingg Ingalls, 62-38.
Ingalls is now 3-1 after suffering its first defeat of the season to the 2-2 Tigers.
Pawnee Heights hosts South Gray (3-1) next week.