11-man: Cimarron, Oakley romp

9/14/2013

By The Telegram

By The Telegram

Cimarron 60, Syracuse 0

At Cimarron, the Bluejays had little trouble against Syracuse, cruising to an easy 60-0 shutout victory over Syracuse on Friday.

Twins Caleb and Christian Fischer were the big offensive guns for the Bluejays (2-0). The siblings hooked up on three touchdown passes, with Caleb hitting Christian on TDs covering 50, 55 and 16 yards. Each also had a punt return for a score, Caleb's going for 35 yards and Christian's covering 75 yards.

Caleb Fischer completed 7-of-18 passes for 117 yards. Ty Clark also ran for two touchdowns, which were 25 and 75 yards, and finished with 135 yards on 10 carries.

Syracuse was led by Dexter English who completed two of seven passes for 23 yards and had one interception.

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Syracuse     0    0    0    0    —    0

Cimarron    20   27  7    6    —    60

Scoring

First Quarter

CIM--Ca. Fischer 35 punt return (Ca. Fischer kick)

CIM--Clark 25 run (Ca. Fischer kick)

CIM--Ch. Fischer 50 pass from Ca. Fischer (kick failed)

Second Quarter

CIM--Ch. Fischer 55 pass from Ca. Fischer (Cooper pass from Ca. Fischer)

CIM--Pachner 20 pass from Ca. Fischer (Ca. Fischer kick)

CIM--Ch. Fischer 75 punt return (kick failed)

CIM--Clark 73 run (kick failed)

Third Quarter

CIM--Ch. Fischer 16 pass from Ca. Fischer (Ca. Fischer kick)

Fourth Quarter

CIM--Cooper 5 pass from Ast (kick failed)

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Scott City 28, Colby 12

At Scott City, the defending Class 3A champion Beavers took an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter before the Colby Eagles came back with two scores in the second, trimming the halftime lead to 14-12.

But the Beavers scored twice in the third quarter and it was enough to provide them with a 28-12 Great West Activities Conference victory over the Eagles.

Paco Banda scored first for Scott City on a 12-yard run and then Trey O'Neil, whose status was uncertain before the game due to an injury, hit Chantz Yager fora 23-yard TD pass. Tim Bole was perfect on both PAT kicks.

But Colby responded in the second period, getting TDs on a 53-yard pass from Josh Matchell to Adam Kiersch and then when Matchell recovered a fumble and returned it 30 yards. Both 2-point conversion passes failed.

Scott City, then scored the winning TD and extended the lead in the third, getting 2-yard run by O'Neil and Banda. Bole again was good on both extra point kicks.

The Beavers are 2-0 and will travel to Holcomb on Friday while Colby drops to 0-2.

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Colby          0   12   0   0 — 12

Scott City 14     0 14   0 — 28

Scoring

SC—Paco Banda 12 yard run (Tim Bole kick)

SC—Chantz Yager 23 pass from Trey O’Neil (Bole kick)

C—Adam Kiersch 53 pass from Josh Matchell (Pass failed)

C—Matchell 30 fumble recovery return (Pass failed)

SC—O’Neil 2 run  (Bole kick)

SC—Banda 2 run  (Bole kick)                                                          

 

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Ulysses 21, Great Bend 14

At Great Bend, Ulysses' Zach Romero scored the game-winning touchdown on a 5-yard run with 3:02 remaining to provide the Tigers with a 21-14 victory over the host Panthers.

Ulysses score in the first quarter on a 1-yard run by Garrett Walters and it wasn't until the third quarter when Great Bend's Jonathan Allende raced 62 yards that the game was tied. The Tigers countered with a 33-yard run by Riley Seger to put them back up 14-7 at the end of the third.

Great Bend's Bryce Beck ran 23 yards early in the fourth quarter to knot the score again at 14 before Romero's game-winning score late. 

The Tigers got 173 yards rushing from Ian Rudzik on 20 carries as they piled up 273 yards on the ground. Their defense limited the Panthers to 190 yards of offense (156 rushing, 34 passing). Ulysses and Great Bend are each now 1-1.

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Ulysses   7   0   7   7   —   21

Great Bend   0   0   7   7   —   14

Scoring

U—Garrett Walters 1 run (Jorge Mendez kick)

GB—Jonathan Allende 62 run (Carlos Prado kick)

U—Riley Seger 33 run (Mendez kick)

GB—Bryce Beck 23 run (Prado kick)

U—Zach Romero 5 run (Mendez kick)

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Stanton County 27, Wichita County 20

At Johnson, the host Trojans' Cole Smith blocked a punt in the fourth quarter and Jacob Cron recovered in the end zone for what proved to be the winning score, providing the margin in a 27-20 victory over Wichita County.

Adrian Gum rushed for 152 yards on 26 carries and scored three touchdowns for the Trojans (1-1) while the Indians fell to 2-0.

Gum scored on touchdown runs of 23, 15 and 3 yards. Wichita County got its scores on a 49-yard pass from Jantz Budde to Casey Day in the second quarter, a 10-yard run by Budde in the third period and a 25-yard run by Budde in the fourth quarter.

The Trounjans were up 13-6 at halftime and 13-12 after three periods.

Colton Northrup had 14 carries for 101 yards for the Indians. Budde finished the game with 7 completions in 18 attempts for 116 yards and one interception. The Trojans finished the game with 237 rushing yards and didn't turn the ball over.

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Wichita County   0   6   6   8   —   20

Stanton County   0   13   0   14   —   27

Scoring

SC—Adrian Gum 23 run (kick good)

WC—Casey Day 49 pass from Jantz Budde (kick failed)

SC—Gum 15 run (kick failed)

WC—Budde 10 run (kick failed)

SC—Gum 3 run (kick failed)

SC—Jacob Cron punt block recovered in end zone (run good)

WC—Budde 25 run (Budde run)

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Oakley 70, Sublette 0

At Sublette, the visiting Oakley Plainsmen scored in every quarter and ran away from the Larks for a big 70-0 win on Friday.

Darius Herl led Oakley with 89 rushing yards and two touchdowns, followed by Macoy Rains who also ran for two touchdowns late in the game. Oakley quarterback Key Keller also threw a touchdown pass to Brayden Hubert in the second quarter to all pace Oakley on the night.

Brendan Giesick passed 3 of 11 for 39 yards with Nate Cearley receiving two of those catches for 35 yards in a tough game for the Larks.

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Oakley 16 24 8 22 -- 70

Sublette 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Scoring

First Quarter

O--Herl 49 run

O--Macias 16 run

Second Quarter

O--Herl 1 run

O--Hubert 19 pass from Keller

O--Macias 1 run

Third Quarter

O--Scheetz 47 INT return

Fourth Quarter

O--Rains 3 run

O--Rains 18 run

O--Margheim 7 run

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Elkhart 26, SW Heights 7

At Elkhart, Alex Gomez had two touchdown passes and two touchdown runs against Southwestern Heights to lead his Wildcats to a 26-7 win over the Mustangs on Friday.

Gomez' two touchdown runs came in the first and third quarters, while his two touchdown passes went to A.J. McKinley for 35 and 15 yards in the first and fourth quarters, respectively.

Heights' lone score was in the second quarter on a short run by Efrain Chavez to get the Mustangs within seven points at halftime.

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SW Heights 0 7 0 0 -- 7

Elkhart 14 0 6 6 -- 26

Scoring

First Quarter

ELK--Gomez 5 run (kick failed)

ELK--McKinley 35 pass from Gomez (Hurn pass from Gomez)

Second Quarter

SWH--Chavez 3 run (kick good)

Third Quarter

ELK--Gomez 5 run (pass failed)

Fourth Quarter

ELK--McKinley 15 pass from Gomez (run failed)

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