Cherryvale tames Bluestem Lions
LEON — The Cherryvale Chargers turned the tables on Friday night, beating Bluestem by the same score as they lost to Caney Valley last week, 42-6.
The Chargers scored three times in the first quarter for a 20-0 lead and then three more times before halftime. Neither team scored in the second half.
Coach Harry Hester thought his players were physical and played outstanding defense.
“We were able to mix the run and the pass effectively,” he said.
Gavin Hooper accounted for 176 yards and four touchdowns on 8-of-14 passing. Zaine Lantz caught four passes for 136 yards and three touchdowns for Hester said was a “huge night,” while Chet Linn hauled in the other touchdown pass from Hooper. Wyatt Gillman ran for a 9-yard touchdown in the first quarter followed by a Jacobi Barnett 7-yard TD run.
The Chargers will play at Erie on Friday.
CH: 20 22 0 0 42
BL: 0 6 0 0 6
CH: Wyatt Gillman, 9-yard run (kick failed)
CH: Jacobi Barnett, 7-yard run (Chet Linn, pass from Gavin Hooper)
CH: Zaine Lantz, 28-yard pass from Hooper (pass failed)
CH: Linn, 2-yard pass from Hooper (Barnett, pass from Hooper)
CH: Lantz, 60-yard pass from Hooper (Linn, pass from Hooper)
CH: Lantz, 44-yard pass from Hooper (run failed)
BL: No. 1, pass from No. 21 (run failed)
Oswego stays perfect with rout of Marmaton Valley
MORAN — Oswego shutout Marmaton Valley 52-0 Friday night in a game ended by the mercy rule.
The game ended in the third quarter.
Jace Wilson scored three touchdowns for Oswego and passed for two more. Isaac Elliott scored two touchdowns on short runs and Lance Teal caught two passes from Wilson for touchdowns.
Oswego ran the ball 24 times for 239 yards and gained 93 yards on pass plays.
Oswego is now 2-0. Oswego travels to Buffalo next week to play Altoona-Midway.
Oswego 52, Moran 0
O: 8 30 14 X — 52
M: 0 0 0 X — 0
O: Jace Wilson, 57-yard punt return (Isaac Elliott run)
O: Wilson, 73 run (Elliott run)
O: Elliott, 1 run (Wilson run)
O: Elliott, 2 run (Wilson, pass to Lance Teal)
O: Teal, 12 pass from Wilson (run failed)
O: Wilson, 36 run (run failed)
O: Teal, 16 pass from Wilson (no PAT)
Albertini runs wild over Life Prep for St. Paul
WICHITA — St. Paul amassed nearly 400 years of offense Friday night en route to a 58-12 win on a 100-yard field in Wichita. The game ended because of the mercy rule in the third quarter.
Eight-man football is normally played on a narrower 80-yard field. Life Prep Academy in Wichita had a 100-yard field available and St. Paul agreed to compete on it, coach Keith Wiatrak said.
The Indians generated 400 yards of offense on the ground thanks to the one-two punch of Adam Albertini and Easton Dent, Wiatrak said. “And our line really blocked well for them.”
Albertini had 290 yards on 12 carries and scored seven touchdowns. Last week, Albertini ran the ball 14 times for 229 yards. Dent had 110 yards on 10 carries Friday night and one TD.
“But I thought it was a good team combination tonight,” Wiatrak said. “It was tough to stop us tonight.”
He said the St. Paul defense played well on the larger field and gave up a touchdown on a broken play in the third quarter, plus the kickoff return. Life Prep was athletic and had a lot of speed on the team, Wiatrak said.
“I thought we played real well tonight. I’m very proud of the boys.”
St. Paul, now 2-0, will host West Elk next Friday.
St. Paul 58, Life Prep Academy (Wichita) 12
SP: 16 22 20 X — 58
LP: 6 0 6 X — 12
SP: Adam Albertini, 38 run (Albertini run)
SP: Albertini, 73 run (Easton Dent run)
LP: No. 9, 85-yard kickoff return (PAT failed)
SP: Dent, 30 run (run failed)
SP: Albertini, 39 run (Chandler Bradshaw run)
SP: Wilson Smith safety
SP: Albertini, 51 run (run failed)
SP: Albertini, 80-yard kickoff return (Kiser Wiatrak run)
SP: Albertini, 11 run (run failed)
LP: No. 9, 71 pass from No. 6 (PAT failed)
SP: Albertini, 23 run (no PAT; game ended)
Erie earns first win under new head coach over Neodesha
ERIE — Erie defeated Neodesha 34-19 Friday night.
Neodesha led at halftime and into the fourth quarter when Erie’s offense woke up and scored 28 points to seal the win.
“Our kids never quit and we wore them down in the fourth,” Erie coach Eddie Kearns said. “Made some blocking adjustments at halftime and controlled the ball in the second half.”
Five players scored touchdowns for Erie: Derick Wallace, Tyler Duling, Dawson Lehman, Garrett Ruark and Tyler Pasquarelli.
Erie is now 1-1 and will host Cherryvale next Friday.
Erie 34, Neodesha 19
NO: 0 7 6 6 — 19
ER: 0 0 6 28 — 34
NO: Seth Strange run (Maxson Ellis kick)
ER: Derick Wallace, 1 run (run failed)
NO: Strange, 42 run (kick failed)
ER: Tyler Duling, 10 pass from Matthew Vail (run failed)
NO: Phoenix Carpenter, 20 run (kick failed)
ER: Dawson Lehman, 2 run (Lehman run)
ER: Garrett Ruark, 21 run (pass failed)
ER: Tyler Pasquarelli, 18 run (Lehman run)