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Week 6 football scores, recaps (Oct. 8)

By Blake Chadwick

With rivalries the theme of this week’s big games, points were not hard to come by as the scoreboards across the area were lighting up. 


In the battle between Maize and Maize South, the Mavericks came in undefeated at 5-0. Maize was just as good, but the Eagles found themselves sitting at 4-1.

The Eagles, debuting their black jerseys, got out to a hot start and knocked the wind out of the Mavericks early. 

Thanks to the backfield play of running back Daeshaun Carter and quarterback Avery Johnson, both juniors, the Maize Eagles found themselves up 28-0 before the Mavericks were able to score before halftime. 

After a 70-yard scamper from Johnson, the game was all but over. The Mavericks put up some points in the second half, but it was too late. 

Maize’s 49-27 win puts the Eagles and Mavericks at 5-1. The Eagles, who travel to Derby next week, trail Derby in the AVCTL I standings.


The Holy War. 

Bishop Carroll vs. Kapaun Mount Carmel.

It’s an annual hard-fought game, and this one was no different as Carroll beat Kapaun 27-21 at  Cessna Stadium. 

 The victory extends Carroll’s win streak over Kapaun to 25.

After a back-and-forth game all night between the Golden Eagles and Crusaders, the Eagles punched in a final touchdown from Jadonn Williams. But after a missed PAT, the door was left open for the undefeated Crusaders. 

Senior Micheal Polley intercepted a pass in the end zone, slamming the door shut on the Crusaders. 

Quarterback Chase Smarsh had three total touchdowns in the win.

Both teams are now 5-1. 


Undefeated Derby host rival Campus and startedoff a little bit slower than they would have liked as Campus took the opening kickoff to the house. 

But as Dylan Edwards and company got to work, Derby came away with an easy 70-21 victory.

Edwards had 177 rushing yards — including an 80-yard score — and three touchdowns. Quarterback Mercer Thatcher also added three total touchdowns, and Derek Hubbard scored on an 80-yard run. 

The Panthers are now 5-0. 


Buhler vs. McPherson is yet another big rivalry game. 

The Buhler Crusaders found themselves down 17-7 after the first quarter, but then everything started to go the Crusaders way. 

Senior running back Sam Elliott led the way with three touchdowns as the Crusaders won 42-30. 

Both teams are now 5-1. 


Andale beat Trinity Academy in dominating fashion, 96-6. 

The Indians had 11 players with carries and nobody with more than 75 rushing yards. The wealth was also spread out as six players had rushing touchdowns, as well as two pick-sixes and a fumble recovery returned for a touchdown.

Andale is 6-0. 


After the third shutout of the season for Andover, the Trojans are 5-1 after the 30-0 win over Valley Center. 


Collegiate continues its undefeated streak with a 45-14 win over Clearwater. 

Quarterback Wesley Fair had three touchdowns on the way to the Spartans being 6-0. 


Cheney beat Holcomb to stay undefeated at 6-0. Quarterback Harrison Voth threw for two touchdowns in the 25-17 victory. 


Salina Central was able to knock off previously unbeaten Andover Central 21-14. 

The Mustangs are 4-2 and have won three straight.


Conway Springs moves to 5-1 after a 42-0 win over Sublette. 

Conway Springs quarterback Izic Billups threw for two touchdowns and 163 yards while also rushing for two touchdowns. Brayden Kunz scored two rushing touchdowns, finishing with 100 yards on six carries.


Northwest continues to stay on track with a 67-6 win over Southeast. 

The Grizzlies are now 4-2. 


Augusta improved to 4-2 with a 35-20 win over Winfield.


Mulvane is 4-2 after a 33-0 win over Rose  Hill.

Tonight’s scores

Andale 96, Trinity Academy 6

Andover 30, Valley Center 0

Argonia-Attica 62, Moundridge 34

Augusta 35, Winfield 20

Beloit 28, Norton 6

Bishop Carroll 27, Kapaun 21

Buhler 42, McPherson 30

Caldwell 42, Peabody-Burns 20

Central-Burden 84, Flinthills 38

Chapman 20, Clay Center 19

Cheney 25, Holcomb 14

Circle 40, Independence 23

Collegiate 45, Clearwater 14

Conway Springs 42, Sublette 0

Cunningham 46, Moscow 0

Derby 70, Campus 21

Douglass 62, Bluestem 8

East 50, Garden City 7

Eisenhower 33, Arkansas City 14

El Dorado 46, Wellington 25

Eureka 28, West Franklin 14

Frankfort 48, Hanover 8

Goessel 54, Fairfield 0

Haven 50, Lyons 15

Heights 62, Wichita South 12

Hesston 54, Halstead 0

Hillsboro 56, Marion 8

Hoisington 21, Ellsworth 13

Hutchinson Trinity 27, Sterling 12

Inman 60, Ell-Saline 0

Kingman 10, Garden Plain 7

Larned 41, Nickerson 28

Little River 50, Bennington 0

Madison 66, Chase County 50

Maize 49, Maize South 27

Medicine Lodge 48, Pretty Prairie 0

Mulvane 33, Rose Hill 0

Newton 24, Goddard 12

Northwest 67, Southeast 6

Norwich 42, Hutchinson Central Christian 30

Oxford 47, Udall 6

Pawnee Heights 69, Burrton 21

Pratt 44, Hugoton 7

Salina Central 21, Andover Central 14

Scott City 21, Smoky Valley 14

Sedgwick 56, Remington 14

South Barber 50, Otis-Bison 0

SE-Saline 53, Goodland 0

Ulysses 42, Abilene 19

West Elk 64, Cedar Vale-Dexter 6

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