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Central Plains remains undefeated
Prep Football
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Central Plains running back Jacob Warnken carries the ball against Little River in Claflin on Friday night. - photo by COURTESY PHOTO

Central Plains 22, Little River 6
CLAFLIN — For the first time since Week 1, Central Plains High School’s high-powered offense didn’t blow a team away.
It still came up with more than enough points to win as the defense again held a team to under seven points.
Quarterback Braeden Crites managed two touchdowns.
The first was a 23-yard pass to Layne Bieberle.
The second was a 4-yard keeper.
Jacob Warnken also had a touchdown pass, completed for nine yards to Michael Lamatsch.
Hoisington 33, Smoky Valley 12
HOISINGTON — The winning streak continues for Hoisington.
The Cardinals make it five in a row to build momentum heading into Class 3A District 15 play next week.
It was the most points Hoisington’s defense has allowed since Week 1, but the offense took care of business to leave the Cardinals at 5-1 overall.

Stafford 40, Ashland 38
ASHLAND — Stafford held on to its undefeated season — but just barely.
The Trojans trailed by two points heading into the final quarter, but came away with the win.
Stafford quarterback Parker Patterson completed 8 of 17 passes for 209 yards and one touchdown. He had one interception.
Austin Ceniti was the top receiver with 133 yards and one touchdown.
Jesus Herrera had the other receiving touchdown with 43 yards.
Ethan Johnson led four Trojans ball carriers with 72 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
Patterson also had a pair of rushing TDs.
South Central 50, St. John-Hudson 0
ST. JOHN — St. John falls to 0-6 on the season.
The Tigers are 0-2 and sitting in fourth place in the Eight-Man Division-I District 6 standings due to the points system.
South Central is 4-2 overall, 2-0 in district play.
Kinsley 61, Macksville 0
MACKSVILLE — Macksville’s offensive woes continued in Week 6.
The Mustangs had 104 yards of total offense, but was unable to score a touchdown.
Macksville fell to 0-2 in Eight-Man Division-I district standings.

Otis-Bison 56, Natoma 8
NATOMA — From the outset, Otis-Bison left little question which team was going to win.
The Cougars scored 36 points in the opening quarter, and ended the game due to the 45-point rule in the third quarter.
With 449 yards of total offense, the Cougars dominated  Natoma.
Brad Lightfoot was the star on offense, rushing for 240 yards on 11 carries (21.8 yards per carry) and four touchdowns.
Quarterback Kade Urban completed three passes for 56 yards and three touchdowns. He also broke 100 yards rushing with 117 and one TD.
Receiver Kyle Patrick caught all three touchdown passes.

Ellinwood 22, Goessel 20
GOESSEL — Ellinwood has surpassed its 2011 win total, edging Goessel.
The Eagles went up 22-0 in the first half, and gave up 20 points in the fourth quarter.
Kaleb Schartz rushed for 100 yards on 22 carries. He had one fumble.
Jordan Duvall had 73 rushing yards and one TD.
Tyson Martinez completed 11 of 21 passes for 111 yards and one touchdown. He had one interception.
Marc Waite completed one pass for a 17-yard TD.
Tate Fisher and Duvall were on the receiving end of one touchdown pass each.