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Tonight’s high school football scores, recaps (Oct. 6)

By Joanna Chadwick

Kapaun Mount Carmel’s 26-game losing streak to crosstown rival Bishop Carroll is over.

For the first time since 1999, Kapaun beat Bishop Carroll 49-20.

Kapaun took a 14-0 lead before Carroll scored two touchdowns, including a Jackson King 52-yard touchdown run. But after Carroll got within 21-20, Kapaun scored the final 28 points of the game.

Kapaun is 5-1, Carroll 2-4.

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It was a rare site at Wichita East today — the Aces hosted an afternoon football game, beating Emporia 76-0.

“It was nice to have a home game,” said East coach Ene Akpan, whose team always plays at another stadium because the Aces don’t have lights. “It shows us where we have came as a program the last few years as an inner city school.

“We wouldn’t have had a home game if we were the East of old, so that game was major for the senior class. That shows they changed the program and the outlook of East High for the state.”

East brought in bleachers and set them up all around the field — not a bad seat for anyone.

It’s not easy playing a game three hours earlier than normal, but Akpan and the Aces didn’t mind one bit. Even though it through Akpan’s usual plans off a bit.

“It was strange playing that early,” Akpan said. “Changed up my entire routine on normal game days, so the early game, I’m not a fan of it.”

Certainly understandable.

Since starting the season with a 1-point loss to Washburn Rural and a 43-29 loss to Kapaun, East has won four straight to improve to 4-2.

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Andale beat Collegiate 28-7 to hand the Spartans their first loss in addition to extending the nation’s-leading winning streak 57. Andale is 6-0.

Andale’s Sam Harp had 20 carries for one touchdown and 162 yards, while Owen Eck had 19 carries for two touchdowns and 161 yards. Andale held Collegiate to 32 rushing yards.

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Maize South beat Goddard 42-21 to improve to 5-1. Goddard falls to 4-2.

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Derby beat Maize 35-21 to win its fifth straight game to improve to 5-1. The Panthers took a 7-0 lead but gave up three unanswered touchdowns and trailed 21-7. Derby held Maize scoreless throughout the second half and scored the game’s final 28 points.

Quarterback Easton Splane threw for 185 yards and three touchdowns, connecting with Da’Saahn Brame five times for two touchdowns and 115 yards. Splane also ran for two touchdowns had had 124 rushing yards on 17 carries.

Running back Derek Hubbard had 17 carries for 120 yards.

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Wichita Northwest beat Wichita South 70-7. So after falling to East in Week 4 on a last-second play, the Grizzlies have won the last two games by identical scores. Northwest has scored 309 points in five wins.

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Eisenhower is 6-0 following its 38-21 win over Arkansas City. After beating Hutchinson 7-3 in the opener, Eisenhower has scored more than 40 points twice, while also scoring in the 30s twice.

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Salina Central beat Andover Central 25-24 and is 5-1. The Jaguars have lost three straight and fall to 3-3.

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Cheney improved to 6-0 with a 70-0 win over Nickerson for the Cardinals’ fourth straight shutout. The Cardinals’ lowest-scoring game is 34 points and are beating teams by an average of 48.3-3.5.

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Kingman beat Chaparral 43-7 to improve to 5-1 and win its fifth straight game since falling to Cheney in the opener.

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Garden Plain beat Centralia 35-6 to improve to 5-1. The Owls’ lone loss came in Week 2 to Cheney.

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Hoisington improved to 6-0 after beating Lakin 63-15.

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Buhler is 5-1. The Crusaders beat Augusta 47-0 and have now won five straight after a season-opening loss to Andover Central.

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Newton is sitting at 3-3 after beating Salina South 34-14. It’s the first time Newton has been .500 in nine years.

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Wellington beat McPherson 23-21, scoring on Bannister’s 4-yard TD pass to Black with two seconds to go. Bannister threw for 208 yards. Wellington is 4-2.

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Valley Center is 4-2 after beating Andover 27-7.

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Conway Springs beat Sterling 39-13, is 4-2 and on a four game winning streak. Conway Springs’ Brayden Kunz had 242 rushing yards on 27 carries for three touchdowns. Nathan Berntsen had 12 carries and two touchdowns. Zane Farney had 16 carries for 120 yards and one touchdown for Sterling.

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Sedgwick is 4-2 after Corey Crumrine threw for 438 yards and five touchdowns, completing 22 of 34 passes in the 42-7 win over Remington. Crumrine is the fifth Sedgwick quarterback to throw for more than 4,000 career passing yards. Jeff Nold had 143 yards on five receptions, and Dallas Lagree had six catches, 128 yards.

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Belle Plaine won its second game of the season, beating Bluestem 39-14 thanks to Levi Christy’s five touchdowns.

Tonight’s scores

Abilene 41, Circle 8

Andale 28, Collegiate 7

Belle Plaine 39, Bluestem 14

Buhler 47, Augusta 0

Cair Paravel 34, Madison 12

Canton-Galva 66, Hutch Central Christian 16

Central-Burden 56, Oxford 14

Chapman 50, Trinity Academy 22

Cheney 70, Nickerson 0

Conway Springs 39, Sterling 13

Derby 35, Maize 21

Eisenhower 38, Arkansas City 21

Ell-Saline 40, Clifton-Clyde 26

Garden Plain 35, Centralia 6

Goessel 46, Pretty Prairie 12

Halstead 52, Lyons 6

Hesston 28, Clearwater 21 OT

Hoisington 63, Lakin 15

Hutchinson 49, Campus 21

Inman 20, Ellinwood 12

Kapaun 49, Bishop Carroll 20

Kingman 43, Chaparral 7

Maize South 42, Goddard 21

Marion 32, Council Grove 14

Moundridge 60, Solomon 0

Nemaha Central 24, Minneapolis 0

Newton 34, Salina South 14

Norton 26, Beloit 0

Oswego 54, Flinthills 19

Pratt 51, Smoky Valley 6

Pratt Skyline 54, Kiowa County 8

Rose Hill 48, El Dorado 6

Rural Vista 62, Fairfield 26

Salina Central 25, Andover Central 24

Sedgwick 42, Remington 7

SE-Saline 46, Hillsboro 14

Valley Center 27, Andover 7

Wabaunsee 30, Salina Sacred Heart 6

Wellington 23, McPherson 21

West Franklin 42, Eureka 6

Wichita East 76, Emporia 0

Wichita Northwest 70, Wichita South 7

Winfield 27, Mulvane 9

Thursday’s scores

Peabody-Burns 64, Altoona-Midway 19

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