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Tonight’s high school football results (Sept. 8)

By Blake Chadwick

Andale stayed on brand with a dominant 64-13 win over Rose Hill. The win pushes Andale’s nation-leading win streak to 53. 

The Indians rushed for 367 yards as Owen Eck led the way with 132 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 10 attempts. 

Maize South remains undefeated as the Mavericks continue to light up the scoreboard. The Mavericks led 35-0 at halftime and won 49-7. 

Wichita Northwest continued its winning ways with a 41-13 win over Heights. The Grizzlies’ defense remained stingy and their offense continued to find new ways to get all their weapons a touch. The teams held a moment of silence to honor Northwest team photographer Linda Gregory, who died today after hitting her head during Monday’s junior varsity football game. The Northwest players wore LG stickers on their helmets.

Andover Central beat Maize 24-21 in a tight game to move to 2-0. 

Running back Maddox Archibald scored twice as the Jaguars iced the game with an Archibald touchdown with five minutes left. 

The Hutchinson Salthawks bounced back after a 7-3 loss to Eisenhower. The Salthawks rolled over Newton, putting up 28 points in the first half on the way to a 50-7 win. 

After losing to Manhattan, the Class 6A defending state champions, in the season opener, Derby made easy work of Salina South in a 63-0 win. 

Running back Derek Hubbard shined for the Panthers with three touchdowns and 136 rushing yards. Braxton Clark added 108 rushing yards and a 63-yard touchdown run, while Hubbard scored one of his three touchdowns on a 50–yard run.

Eisenhower got its offense firing in a 44-28 win over Salina Central to improve to 2-0. Lucas Dickman rushed for more than 200 yards and had two touchdowns.

After a Week 1 loss, Arkansas City bounced back with a double overtime win against Andover 29-28. After Andover took the 28-21 lead in the second overtime, Ark City went for two and the win.

Valley Center moved to 2-0 as it beat Goddard 14-6 on the road. 

Collegiate dominated again with a 60-7 win over El Dorado. 

Running back Jaden Parker and the Spartans’ offense continued to click, putting up 95 total points over the last six quarters. 

Cheney proved its dominance in the second half after holding a 20-14 halftime lead over Garden Plain. The Cardinals scored 21 unanswered in the second half.

Kapaun improved to 2-0 with a 43-29 win over Wichita East. 

McPherson bounces back with a dominating win over Augusta 57-10. With the win, coach Jace Pavlovich became the Bullpups’ winningest football coach, 73 wins since 2015.

Bishop Carroll impressed with a 47-7 win over Wichita South. 

Kingman gets back to winning after a 40-19 game against Conway Springs to improve to 1-1.

Wellington beat Clearwater 21-14. 

Hillsboro gets the 35-0 win over Nickerson. 

Sedgwick remains undefeated with a 35-20 win over Inman. 

Hoisington took care of business 38-14 over Halstead and is 2-0.

Scores

Andale 64, Rose Hill 13

Andover Central 24, Maize 21

Argonia-Attica 60, Cedar Vale-Dexter 14

Arkansas City 29, Andover 28 2OT

Bishop Carroll 47, Wichita South 7

Buhler 21, Circle 13

Canton-Galva 62, Goessel 14

Central Burden 48, Flinthills 0

Cheney 41, Garden Plain 14

Clay Center 61, Chapman 0

Coffeyville 14, Winfield 0

Cunningham 53, Moscow 0

Derby 63, Salina South 0

Eisenhower 44, Salina Central 28

Ellinwood 40, Douglass 6

Fredonia 32, Bluestem 0

Garden City 70, Wichita North 15

Haven 61, Smoky Valley 28

Hillsboro 35, Nickerson 0

Hoisington 38, Halstead 14

Hutchinson 50, Newton 7

Kapaun 43, Wichita East 29

Kingman 40, Conway Springs 19

Maize South 49, Campus 7

Marion 19, Sterling 0

McPherson 57, Augusta 10

Moundridge 52, Bennington 6

Mulvane 21, Independence 14

Pratt Skyline 46, Stafford 0

Sedgwick 35, Inman 20

South Sumner 66, Norwich 18

SE-Saline 52, Beloit 6

Sunrise Christian 39, Hutchinson Central Christian 20

Valley Center 14, Goddard 6

Wellington 21, Clearwater 14

West Elk 56, Oxford 6

Wichita Collegiate 60, El Dorado 7

Wichita Northwest 41, Wichita Heights 13

Wichita West 27, Wichita Southeast 8

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