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Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 12:10 a.m. Tuesday morning.

KJCCC FOOTBALL

TeamConferenceOverall
Hutchinson2-03-0
Dodge City2-02-1
Coffeyville1-02-1
Garden City1-12-1
Butler1-11-2
Highland0-11-2
Fort Scott0-21-2
Independence0-20-3

Saturday, Sept. 13

Coffeyville 56, Fort Scott 21

Garden City 36, Ellsworth 30

Iowa Western 41, Highland 0

Dodge City 42, Independence 32

Hutchinson 35, Butler 26

Saturday, Sept. 20

Highland at Ellsworth, 1 p.m.

Iowa Central at Hutchinson, 1 p.m.

Dodge City at Iowa Western, 2:30

Fort Scott at Butler, 7 p.m.

Coffeyville at Independence, 7 p.m.

Garden City, idle


Iowa schoolsvs. KJCCCOverall
Iowa Western3-03-0
Ellsworth1-21-2
Iowa Central1-12-1

Saturday, Sept. 13

Iowa Central 20, College of DuPage 17

Garden City 36, Ellsworth 30

Iowa Western 41, Highland 0

Saturday, Sept. 20

Highland at Ellsworth, 1 p.m.

Iowa Central at Hutchinson, 1 p.m.

Dodge City at Iowa Western, 2:30


'HOUND BOX

Team statsCoffeyvllle
First downs2911
Rushes-yards51-23743-137
Passing yards323151
Total offense560288
Passing18-33-010-28-2
Punts-avg.7-37.010-38.5
Fumbles-lost4-12-1
Penalties-yards8-6210-60

Coffeyville..... 7 14 14 21-- 56

Fort Scott........ 7 14 0 0 -- 21

Scoring plays

First quarter

C -- Onunwor 32 pass from Brown (Pursley kick), 12:15

FS -- Taylor 16 run (Lindenman kick), 4:33

Second quarter

C -- Veal 12 run (Pursley kick), 13:08

FS -- Taylor 3 run (Lindenman kick), 7:07

C -- Onunwor 1 run (Pursley kick) :39

FS -- Taylor 3 run (Lindenman kick), :03

Third quarter

C -- Onunwor 4 run (Pursley kick), 7:27

C -- Wilson 14 pass from Brown (Pursley kick), :13

Fourth quarter

C -- Busby 1 run (Pursley kick), 8:21

C -- Cromartie 44 interception return (Pursley kick), 6:37

C -- Veal 57 run (Pursley kick), 3:16

Individual statistics

RUSHING: Coffeyville -- Veal 7-107, Busby 24-55, Barnwell 8-46, Brown 7-28, Onunwor 2-5, Wilson 1-minus 1, Gilmore 2-minus 3. Fort Scott -- Taylor 37-140, Metcalf 1-2, Hammond 2-0, Walbridge 3-minus 5.

PASSING: Coffeyville -- Brown 18-33-0-323. Fort Scott -- Walbridge 10-28-2-151.

RECEIVING: Coffeyville -- Onunwor 4-73, Wilson 4-58, Normore 4-58, Reed 2-74, Kagy 2-22, Busby 1-32, Turner 1-6. Fort Scott -- Love 3-75, Green 3-15, Harvey 2-33, Gougler 1-20, Thomas 1-8.

MISSED FIELD GOALS: None.


NO. 6 HUTCHINSON 35,

NO. 9 BUTLER 26

Team statsHutchButler
First downs2617
Rushes-yards61-21133-73
Passing yards263216
Total offense474289
Passing20-26-118-43-1
Punts-avg.7-36.68-34.9
Fumbles-lost3-32-1
Penalties-yards9-1047-68

HUTCHINSON... 13 0 9 13 -- 35

BUTLER... 7 13 0 6 -- 26

Scoring plays

First quarter

H -- Dickey 7 pass from Demos (Lemons kick), 13:42

H -- Custis 25 pass from Demons (kick blocked), 9:34

B -- Lee 1 run (LaRocca kick), 4:27

Second quarter

B -- Chavis 7 pass from Smith (kick failed), 2:13

B -- Triggs 41 interception return (LaRocca kick), 1:21

Third quarter

H -- Kamara 6 pass from Demos (kick failed), 9::37

H -- FG Lemons 26, 4:20

Fourth quarter

H -- Dickey 72 pass from Demons (Lemons kick), 13:27

B -- A.Johnson 33 pass from Smith (kick blocked), 11:54

H -- Dickey 6 pass from Demons (kick failed), 8:39

Individual statistics

RUSHING: Hutchinson -- Kamara 28-143, Custis 16-49, Demos 11-16, Smith 3-7, team 3-minus 4. Butler -- Carson 16-55, McCrary 6-113, Smith 5-7, Lee 1-1, Blumenthal 5-minus 3.

PASSING: Hutchinson -- Demos 19-24-0-250, Blinn 1-2-1-13. Butler -- Smith 16-38-0-201, Blumenthal 2-5-1-15.

RECEIVING: Hutchinson -- Dickey 8-144, Autry 3-42, Kamara 3-2, Gilbertson 2-32, Custis 2-27, Harvey 1-13, Bowman 1-3. Butler -- A.Johnson 4-102, Wade 4-39, M.Johnson 2-35, Burris 2-18, Carson 2-minus 1, Lee 1-8, Chavis 1-7, Gallup 1-5, Powell 1-3.


NO. 2 IOWA WESTERN 41,

HIGHLAND 0

Team statsIWCCHighland
First downs1915
Rushes-yards49-24442-102
Passing yards166116
Total offense410 218
Passing19-35-022-40-4
Punts-avg.7-42.415-33.3
Fumbles-lost3-32-1
Penalties-yards4-5510-74

IOWA WESTERN . . . 13 7 14 7 -- 41

HIGHLAND . . . 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Scoring plays

First quarter

IW -- Paye 8 run (Hamilton kick), 12:41 [8, 75, 2:19]

IW -- Williams 7 pass from Bender (Kick failed), 3:34 [12, 67, 3:57]

Second quarter

IW -- Paye 90 run (Hamilton kick), 12:00 [1, 90, :10]

Third quarter

IW -- Paye 41 run (Hamilton kick), 6:40 [3, 54, :50]

IW -- Anderson 4 run (Hamilton kick), 1:12 [1,4, :04]

Fourth quarter

IW -- Wilson 80 punt return (Hamilton kick), 14:51

Individual statistics

RUSHING:Iowa Western -- Paye 12-169, Anderson 10-32, Mason 4-21, Hillyer 8-17, Bender 11-15, team 3-0, Culjat 1-minus 10. Highland -- Batten 10-56, Reed 5-25, Ming 13-20, Ward 4-17, Young 3-4, Cosentino 2-1, Todd 5-minus 21

PASSING: Iowa Western -- Bender 17-30-0-130, Martin 2-5-0-36. Highland -- Todd 13-22-1-78, Cosentino 9-18-3-38.

RECEIVING: Iowa Western -- Williams 6-66, Bonner 5-39, Reed 4-20, Miller 2-36, Hillyer 1-3, Paye 1-2. Highland -- Moses 8-47, Pugh 6-47, Batten 4-14, Reed 2-2, McNellis 1-8, Williams 1-minus 2.


KJCCC VOLLEYBALL

EASTERN DIVISION

TeamDivisionOverall
Johnson County3-08-3
Cowley3-08-5
Kansas City1-014-2
Labette2-15-7
Fort Scott1-114-2
Coffeyville1-28-5
Neosho County1-26-5
Highland1-25-8
Allen0-24-5
Independence0-30-7
r-Hesston-----9-3

Friday, Sept. 12

Labette 3, Cottey 0 (25-12, 25-22, 25-23)

Hesston 3, Dodge City 0 (set scores not available)

Highland 3, Kansas Wesleyan JV 0 (25-20, 25-17, 25-21)

Marshalltown Tournament

Fort Scott 3, Lincoln Land 1 (29-27, 25-23, 13-25, 25-23)

Fort Scott 3, Des Moines Area 1 (20-25, 26-24, 27-25, 25-18)

Allen 3, Southwestern Iowa 1 (21-25, 25-23, 25-20, 25-13)

Allen 3, North Iowa 0 (25-16, 25-20, 25-16)

Lincoln Land 3, Neosho County 0 (25-20, 25-18, 25-17)

Neosho County 3, Southwestern Iowa 2 (30-28, 25-21, 20-25, 21-25, 15-11)

Pasco-Hernando Tournament

Kansas City 3, Louisburg, N.C. 0 (25-8, 25-17, 25-21)

Kansas City 3, Florida College 1 (25-23, 23-25, 25-14, 25-18)

Saturday, Sept. 13

Hesston 3, Longview 1 (set scores not available)

Marshalltown Tournament

Marshalltown 3, Allen 1 (23-25, 25-17, 25-15, 25-12)

Lincoln Land 3, Allen 0 (25-21, 25-19, 25-14)

Fort Scott 3, North Iowa Area 0 (25-21, 25-12, 25-14)

Fort Scott 3, Southwestern Iowa 0 (25-14, 25-21, 25-16)

Neosho County 3, Graceland JV 0 (25-19, 25-21, 25-21)

Marshalltown 3, Neosho County 1 (25-18, 31-29, 22-25, 25-19)

Pasco-Hernando Tournament

Kansas City 3, Palm Beach State 0 (25-18, 25-19, 25-17)

Kansas City 3, Florida State College-Jacksonville 0 (25-20, 27-25, 25-18)

Monday, Sept. 15

Allen at Friends JV

Coffeyville at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M

Longview at Cowley

Tuesday, Sept. 16

Independence at Cottey

Wednesday, Sept. 17

Coffeyville at Fort Scott

Cowley at Labette

Johnson County at Hesston

Kansas City at Allen

Neosho County at Highland

Thursday, Sept. 18

Coffeyville at Longview

Friday, Sept. 19

Cowley at Johnson County Tournament

Fort Scott, Independence, Labette and Neosho County at Allen Invitational

Hesston at Cloud County

Johnson County at Parkland Tournament

Red Ravens dominate second half (09/16/14)
nference football game at Frary Field Saturday afternoon was a very good contest. The second half was a blowout as Coffeyville scored 35 unanswered points and rolled to a 56-21 victory over Fort Scott Community College. The Red Ravens (1-0 conference, 2-1 overall) gained 356 yards in total offense in the second half alone, averaging 7.3 yards per play. ...
'Hounds extend win streak to 8 (09/16/14)
MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa -- By winning all four matches here over the weekend, Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team extended its recent winning streak to 8 matches. The Greyhounds are 14-2 overall, last losing two weeks ago to Division I Paris (Texas) at a tournament at Vernon, Texas, and that was by 3 sets to 2...
Eagle JV 2nd at Marmaton Valley (09/16/14)
MORAN -- The Uniontown High School junior varsity volleyball reached the championship game of the Marmaton Valley Tournament, winning four straight to reach the finals before the Eagles were edged by Central Heights. The Eagles opened with a narrow defeat of Humboldt in the first match, winning the first set 15-8, dropping the middle 15-12, then prevailing in the third, 15-13. Keely Goodridge led UHS with 9 points...
Tigers win via pair of 4th quarter TDs (09/13/14)
SPRING HILL -- Two touchdowns in a span of 1:13 late in the fourth quarter propelled Fort Scott High to a 27-13 victory over Spring Hill in a non-league battle here Friday night. Spring Hill (1-1), which generated all but 22 of its 168 yards of total offense in the second half, tied the score at 13-13 on a 37-yard pass from Ryker Johnson to Ivan Hughes with 7:12 remaining in the contest...
Visitors overcome early deficit (09/13/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown jumped out to a 16-0 lead here Friday night. But No. 5-ranked Madison/Hamilton scored 40 consecutive points to overcome the early deficit and come away with a 48-22 victory. The Eagles (1-1) got on the board with a Jacob Duffey quarterback sneak followed by a 2-point conversion run by Cole Schafer. Schafer scored the second touchdown with James Pearson adding the conversion to make it 16-0...
Tiger volleyball competitive during week (09/13/14)
Even though they were just 1-3 during the week, Fort Scott High's volleyball team was competitive every time out. Tuesday, the Tigers were swept at Nevada while they managed a split at Paola Thursday. In the most recent matches, Fort Scott swept Paola, 25-20, 25-23, and lost to Wellsville, 25-15, 23-25, 25-21...
'Hounds sweep; Harris POTW once again (09/13/14)
INDEPENDENCE -- Fort Scott Community College volleyball improved to 10-2 with a sweep of Independence here Wednesday night in Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division play. The Greyhounds won the match, 25-10, 25-11, 25-19. Julia Stringer led Fort Scott with 11 kills while Shelbey Baker had 8. Kortney Blaufuss was credited with 27 assists. Terina Harris picked up 14 digs. Molly Hathan was credited with at least a share of 4 blocks...
Tennis deals with injury at Indy (09/13/14)
INDEPENDENCE -- Fort Scott High School's tennis team had to work around an injury here Thursday at the Independence Invitational. Mikayla Norris, who was to play No. 2 doubles with Breanna Leslie, suffered an ankle injury before the tournament got underway. It was too late to substitute her out for a match against Iola, so the Tigers had to forfeit that match. Then head coach Lynn Barr moved Alex King from No. 2 singles to partner with Leslie for the rest of the day...
FSMS volleyball takes 3 of 4 from Ponies (09/13/14)
Three victories in four outings was the result for the Fort Scott Middle School girls' volleyball teams playing at home against Iola Thursday at the FSMS gymnasium. The seventh-grade B team had little difficulty, rolling 25-9, 25-6, to improve to 3-0 on the season. Elizabeth Ngatia served a string of 16 points in a row...
Brown takes second at West Franklin (09/13/14)
POMONA -- Uniontown's Kyley Brown shot a personal-best score of 51 over nine holes and won a scorecard playoff to finish in second place at the West Franklin Invitational here Thursday. "She just started golfing this year and has really come around and I have some high expectations for her," Eagle head coach Jason Tourtillott said...
Uniontown sweeps league matches (09/13/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's volleyball team swept both Oswego and Altoona-Midway at home Tuesday night in both varsity and junior varsity play. These were the first Three Rivers League matches of the season for the varsity. The Eagles (2-0 TRL, 5-4 overall) controlled the tempo in the first set with Oswego, winning 25-16. The second set was much tighter but the hosts managed to squeak out the victory, 26-24...
Westhoff, Brooks take seconds in home meet (09/12/14)
Cross-country runners don't mind a cool, cloudy day and that probably contributed to some blazing fast times at the Fort Scott Invitational Thursday on the Mercy Professional Building Grounds. Case in point, the top two times in the girls' varsity race were much faster than the winning time last year. And the winning time in the boys' junior varsity race was nearly a full minute and a half better than that of the runner-up...
Tigers drop pair via shutout (09/12/14)
Fort Scott High School's soccer team has been shut out in all three games it's played this season. In the season opener versus Louisburg on Sept. 2 at Ellis Park, the Tigers fell 7-0. This week, Fort Scott has been shut out twice. Tuesday, Olathe Heritage Christian took a 3-0 decision in Olathe. ...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Tigers at Spring Hill -- Campbell to coach 200th game (09/12/14)
As of last Friday night, after Fort Scott High's football team defeated Parsons, 30-0, in its season opener at Frary Field, the program had played 1,031 games. As of last Friday night, Bob Campbell had coached 199 of those games and seen his teams win 153 of them. Of the 589 victories in school history, a Bob Campbell-coached team has been victorious in more than a quarter of them...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Uniontown vs. No. 5 Madison -- Eagles hope to to keep 'Dogs down (09/12/14)
Last Friday night, Madison was the No. 1 team in Eight-Man Division I in the Wichita Eagle football poll. But the Bulldogs made a long trip to western Kansas and were stunned by an unranked --but still very good -- Spearville squad, 32-28. This Friday night, the Bulldogs will appear in Uniontown with the No. 5 ranking. Strangely, the victory did not vault Spearville into the rankings...
Tiger golfers finish fifth (09/12/14)
GIRARD -- Fort Scott High School's golf team finished fifth in an 18-hole tournament here Thursday. The Tigers shot 466 as a team. Caney Valley was the team champion with a score of 385 followed by Labette County at 386 and Pittsburg with a 438. The Tigers' best result was put up by Katie Brown, who finished 13th as she did Tuesday at Fort Scott. ...
No. 1 doubles claims LC JV title (09/12/14)
PARSONS -- Fort Scott's No. 1 doubles team of Briana Williams and Emily Adams won all three matches here Tuesday and claimed first place at the six-team Labette County junior varsity tennis tournament. Williams and Adams first defeated Pittsburg's Alexa Yantis/Delaney Borton, 6-4. Then they shut out Iola's Judy Branstetter/Tori Danford, 6-0. Finally, they beat Labette County's Candance Carr and Kiersten Sailsbury, 6-3...
FSMS volleyball A teams sweep (09/12/14)
The Fort Scott Middle School girls' volleyball team played at home against El Dorado Springs Middle School Tuesday, Sept. 9, and continued their winning ways, with both A teams prevailing. In the seventh-grade A team match, Fort Scott Middle dominated 25-5, 25-15...
UJH teams open with victories (09/12/14)
The Uniontown Junior High Volleyball teams opened their season with victories Sept. 4. Paula Coyan, now in her 11th year as coach, greeted nine players for the seventh grade. Julie Schafer, in her 13th year as coach, greeted 11 for the eighth grade...
No. 11 Blue Dragons roll by Greyhounds (09/09/14)
HUTCHINSON -- Two Blue Dragon running backs gained 100 or more yards here Saturday night as No. 11-ranked Hutchinson dispatched Fort Scott Community College, 45-10, in the Jayhawk Conference opener for both teams. Travis Custis, a transfer from Georgia Tech, rushed for 146 yards on 13 carries and scored two touchdowns. Alvin Kamara, a transfer from the University of Alabama, added 100 yards on 12 rushes and scored once...
'Hounds beat Comets in straight sets (09/09/14)
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team swept the first two sets with visiting Cottey College Friday night at Arnold Arena in decisive fashion, then rallied from a third-game deficit to prevail 25-16, 25-10, 25-19. The Greyhounds (9-2) never trailed in either of the first two sets. They pulled away from a 9-9 deadlock in the first game and built an insurmountable 19-11 lead. The Comets were never able to get closer than 8 points...
FSMS takes 3 of 4 (09/09/14)
The Fort Scott Middle School girls' volleyball team played at Pittsburg Thursday, with three of the teams earning victories. "All four teams of girls played very well," head coach Kelly Toll said. "This was their second playing date this season." The seventh-grade B team squeezed by Pittsburg 25-19, 25-22...
Tigers sweep home quad (09/09/14)
Fort Scott High School's volleyball team bounced back from an 0-2 start for the season last week at Chanute to sweep their first home event of the season Saturday, taking down Columbus and Girard in 2 sets and rival Pittsburg in 3 in non-league action...
Tigers control first half of season opener (09/06/14)
Fort Scott High's football team made it look easy in the first half of its season-opening game against Parsons Friday night at Frary Field. In the second half, however, they showed that there's still a bit of work to do, particularly on offense. Still, the Tigers defeated Parsons for the 23rd consecutive time by a score of 30-0 in Southeast Kansas League play. It was Parsons' 20th consecutive loss overall, last winning in the eighth game of the 2011 season...
ONLINE FIRST: Uniontown routs Altoona-Midway in opener (09/06/14)
Editor's Note: The information for this summary arrived at the Tribune office too late to make Saturday's print edition. It will be included in Tuesday's print edition for those readers who want to have a copy on newsprint. ---- BUFFALO -- Uniontown's football squad opened the season in smashing fashion here Friday night, routing Altoona-Midway, 64-0, in Three Rivers League play...
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 11:50 p.m. Monday night.

SEK FOOTBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
Pittsburg2-02-0
Fort Scott1-02-0
Coffeyville1-11-1
Independence1-11-1
Chanute0-00-2
Labette County0-10-2
Parsons0-20-2

Friday, Sept. 12

Bonner Springs 32, Chanute 30

Coffeyville 50, Parsons 13

Fort Scott 27, Spring Hill 13

Osawatomie 43, Labette County 32

Pittsburg 48, Independence 0

Friday, Sept. 19

Chanute at Coffeyville

Fort Scott at Pittsburg

Iola at Labette County

Parsons at Independence


SEK VOLLEYBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
Coffeyvillle0-04-0
Pittsburg0-010-1
Chanute 0-09-1
Independence0-08-2
Fort Scott0-04-5
Labette County0-01-2
Parsons0-00-5

Thursday, Sept. 11

Fort Scott 2, Paola 0 (25-20, 25-23)

Wellsville 2, Fort Scott 1 (25-15, 23-25, 25-21)

Jayhawk-Linn 2, Parsons 0 (25-12, 25-20)

Erie 2, Parsons 0 (25-15, 25-14)

Saturday, Sept. 13

Eureka Tournament

Wichita Defenders 2, Independence 0 (25-20, 25-15)

Independence 2, Fredonia 0 (25-18, 25-22)

Independence 2, Madison 0 (25-8, 26-24)

Independence 2, Eureka 0 (25-10, 25-15)

Independence 2, Olpe 0 (25-16, 25-14)

Iola Tournament

Pittsburg 2, Labette County 0 (25-22, 25-14)

Pittsburg 2, Prairie View 0 (25-16, 25-10)

Pittsburg 2, Iola 1 (25-20, 25-27 27-25)

Pittsburg 2, Anderson County 1 (25-19, 21-25, 25-20)

Pittsburg 2, Iola 0 (25-20, 25-23; 1st)

Labette County

Parsons

Tuesday, Sept. 16

Caney Valley and Neodesha at Independence

Eureka and Fredonia at Chanute

Thursday, Sept. 18

Coffeyville and Parsons at Labette County (all matches non-league)

Louisburg, Osawatomie and Prairie View at Fort Scott

Saturday, Sept. 20

Chanute, Coffeyville and Parsons at Erie Tournament

Fort Scott, Labette County and Parsons at Pittsburg Tournament


SEK SOCCER

TeamLeagueOverall
Independence1-0-04-1-0
Pittsburg1-0-04-1-0
Coffeyville0-0-00-1-0
Fort Scott0-2-00-4-0

Independence 7, Mulvane 2

Thursday, Sept. 11

Pittsburg 10, Fort Scott 0

Saturday, Sept. 13

Arkansas City Tournament

Independence 8, Arkansas City 0

Monday, Sept. 15

Independence 9, Fort Scott 1

Joplin College Heights at Pittsburg

Tuesday, Sept. 16

Coffeyville at Independence

Fort Scott at Riverton

Thursday, Sept. 18

Independence at Wichita Independent

Pittsburg at Coffeyville


TRL FOOTBALL

Eight-ManLeagueOverall
Chetopa2-02-0
Crest2-02-0
Uniontown1-01-1
Pleasanton1-11-1
St. Paul0-10-2
Altoona-Midway0-20-2
Marmaton Valley0-20-2
11-ManLeagueOverall
Oswego0-02-0
Northeast0-01-1
Jayhawk-Linn0-00-2

Friday, Sept. 12

Crest 50, Marmaton Valley 22

Oswego 36, Erie 34

Fredonia 32, Jayhawk-Linn 7

Madison/Hamilton 48, Uniontown 22

Pleasanton 76, Altoona-Midway 0

Chetopa 60, St. Paul 6

Northeast 36, Shawnee Maranatha Academy 6

Friday, Sept. 19

Altoona-Midway at St. Paul

Anderson County at Northeast

Marmaton Valley at Sedan

Pleasanton at Chetopa

Oswego at Jayhawk-Linn

Uniontown at Crest


DISTRICT FOOTBALL

CLASS 4A-DIVISION I

DISTRICT 4

TeamDistrictOverall
Fort Scott0-02-0
Paola0-01-1
Chanute0-00-2
Labette County0-00-2

Friday, Sept. 12

Bonner Springs 32, Chanute 30

Paola 24, DeSoto 0

Fort Scott 27, Spring Hill 13

Osawatomie 43, Labette County 32

Friday, Sept. 19

Chanute at Coffeyville

Fort Scott at Pittsburg

Iola at Labette County

Paola at Eudora

EIGHT-MAN-DIVISION I

DISTRICT 1

TeamDistrictOverall
Waverly0-02-0
Marias des Cygnes Valley0-01-1
Pleasanton0-01-1
Uniontown0-01-1
Marmaton Valley0-00-2
St. Paul0-00-2

Friday, Sept. 12

Burlingame 50, Marias des Cygnes Valley 40

Crest 50, Marmaton Valley 22

Waverly 62, Hartford 34

Madison/Hamilton 48, Uniontown 22

Pleasanton 76, Altoona-Midway 0

Chetopa 60, St. Paul 6

Friday, Sept. 19

Altoona-Midway at St. Paul

Marmaton Valley at Sedan

Pleasanton at Chetopa

Southern Coffey County at Marias des Cygnes Valley

Uniontown at Crest

Waverly at Lebo


CNC FOOTBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
Colgan2-02-0
Columbus1-02-0
Frontenac1-02-0
Galena1-11-1
Riverton1-11-1
Southeast1-11-1
Baxter Springs0-20-2
Girard0-20-2

Friday, Sept. 12

Colgan 42, Baxter Springs 0

Frontenac 20, Riverton 7

Galena 35, Girard 6

Columbus 34, Southeast 6

Thursday, Sept. 18

Riverton at Colgan

Friday, Sept. 19

Baxter Springs at Girard

Frontenac at Southeast

Galena at Columbus


WEST CENTRAL

CONFERENCE FOOTBALL

TeamConf.Overall
Kansas City O'Hara2-04-0
Kansas City Center1-04-0
Sedalia-Smith Cotton1-03-1
Kansas City St. Pius X1-01-2
Warrensburg0-11-3
Nevada0-20-4
Clinton0-20-4

Friday, Sept. 12

Kansas City Center 35, Lincoln College Prep 6

Kansas City O'Hara 42, Nevada 7

Kansas City St. Puis X 35, Clinton 0

Sedalia-Smith Cotton 28, Pleasant Hill 10

Oak Grove 54, Warrensburg 6

Friday, Sept. 19

Clinton at Warrensburg

Kansas City Center at Kansas City St. Pius X

Kansas City Central at Kansas City O'Hara

Nevada at Sedalia-Smith Cotton