11-man: Hugoton, Meade, Lakin pick up blowout wins

10/12/2013

By The Telegram

By The Telegram

Hugoton 48, SW Heights 0

At Hugoton, Yates Sutton and Ross Davis led the Eagles with four and two rushing touchdowns, respectively, to help Hugoton get the shutout win over Southwestern Heights 48-0 on Friday in non-conference action.

Sutton had 13 carries for 103 yards, with his longest run being 20 yards. He also connected on a 43-yard touchdown to Mitchell Persinger late in the third quarter. Davis had 13 carries for 158 yards as Hugoton had 348 team rushing yards on the night against the Mustangs.

Efrain Chavez led Southwestern Heights with 90 rushing yards in their losing effort.

Both teams begin district play next week as Hugoton travels to Pratt, while Southwestern Heights visits Holcomb.

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SW Heights 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Hugoton 20 20 8 0 -- 48

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

HUG--Sutton 8 run (Baeza run), 9:29

HUG--Sutton 20 run (pass failed), 2:11

HUG--Sutton 11 run (pass failed), 0:24

Second Quarter

HUG--Davis 15 run (pass failed), 9:34

HUG--Sutton 8 run (pass failed), 4:15

HUG--Persinger 43 pass from Sutton (Sutton run), 2:35

Third Quarter

HUG--Davis 2 run (Davis run), 6:54

Meade 72, Syracuse 14

At Syracuse, the visiting Meade Buffaloes overpowered Syracuse for a 72-14 Hi-Plains League and district win on Friday.

Meade's Jett Little had two rushing and passing touchdowns to lead the Buffaloes. Lawson Luetters also had two touchdown runs for Meade and a passing touchdown in the second quarter. Morgan Olvera, Dalton Wiens, and Ryan Friesen also had rushing touchdowns for Meade in the game.

Esau Moreno had both a passing touchdown and a receiving touchdown for Syracuse as the Bulldogs are still winless this season.

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Meade 35 23 14 0 -- 72

Syracuse 0 0 8 6 -- 14

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

M--Olvera 38 run (Davis kick), 9:32

M--Thompson 42 pass from Little (Davis kick), 8:00

M--Little 4 run (Davis kick), 5:16

M--Jansonius 60 pass from Little (Davis kick), 3:29

M--Wiens 33 run (Davis kick), 1:18

Second Quarter

M--Little 17 run (Davis kick), 10:04

M--Finke pass from Luetters (Luetters run), 6:02

S--E. Moreno 12 from Leyva (E. Moreno run), 0:37

M--Friesen 69 run (Finke run), 0:23

Third Quarter

M--Luetters 1 run (run failed), 10:33

M--Luetters 30 run (Borth run), 4:14

Fourth Quarter

S--Wilson 8 pass from E. Moreno (no PAT), 0:00

Ellis 13, Wichita County 6

At Leoti, the Indians had a late 78-yard touchdown run by Jantz Budde but it was not enough to come back against Ellis in a tough 13-6 loss to the Railroaders on Friday.

Eli Lohrmeyer and Sean Lee had touchdown runs of 17 yards and 55 yards, respectively. Their two touchdowns were just enough to hold on against Wichita County.

Budde had 11 carries for 100 yards for Wichita County with Colton Northrup carrying the ball 14 times for 99 yards in the Indian's loss.

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Ellis 7 6 0 0 -- 13

Wichita County 0 0 0 6 -- 6

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

ELL--Lohrmeyer 17 run (kick good)

Second Quarter

ELL--Lee 55 run (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

WC--Budde 78 run (run failed)

Stanton County 22, Sublette 6

At Johnson, a 270-yard rushing performance by Jeremy Amerin along with two touchdowns and the help of his offensive line allowed Stanton County to overcome Sublette late for a 22-6 win over the Larks on Friday for Stanton County's second victory of the year.

Amerin's two touchdowns came on a four yard run in the second quarter and a 27-yard run in the fourth quarter. Eddie Camacho had Stanton County's second touchdown of the game in the third quarter on a 6-yard run.

Sublette's Wyatt Brown had a 24-yard touchdown run late in the second quarter before Stanton County responded with two second half touchdowns to keep Sublette winless.

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Sublette 0 6 0 0 -- 6

Stanton County 0 8 8 6 -- 22

Scoring Summary

Second Quarter

SC--Amerin 4 run (Camacho run), 11:24

SUB--Brown 24 run (kick failed), 2:00

Third Quarter

SC--Camacho 6 run (Amerin pass from Cron), 4:05

Fourth Quarter

SC--Amerin 27 run (run failed), 10:06

Scott City 28, Goodland 14

At Scott City, the Beavers overcame a sluggish start and held off Goodland late for a 28-14 win on Friday in a Great West Activities Conference game.

Brayden Strine, Paco Banda, and Martin Gough each had a rushing touchdown for the Beavers. Trey O'Neil also had a 21-yard touchdown pass to Chantz Yager to all score for Scott City. Banda led Scott City in rushing with 103 rushing yards while O'Neil had 118 passing yards.

Scott City travels to Hoisington next week to begin district play.

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Goodland 7 0 0 7 -- 14

Scott City 0 14 7 7 -- 28

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

GOOD--Taylor 5 run (PAT good), 6:41

Second Quarter

SC--Strine 2 run (Bolle kick), 4:24

SC--Yager 21 pass from O'Neil (Bolle kick), 0:54

Third Quarter

SC--Banda 18 run (Bolle kick), 2:33

Fourth Quarter

GOOD--Traschel 10 pass from Teeter (PAT good), 5:30

SC--Gough 28 run (Bolle kick), 2:54

Lakin 46, Ellinwood 6

At Ellinwood, the Lakin Broncs used a team effort to knock off Ellinwood 46-6 on Friday in non-conference action.

Gage McAtee had three touchdowns for Lakin, two of them coming off punt returns. Caleb Seeger also had big night for Lakin with 146 passing yards and two touchdowns.

Lakin will travel to Cimarron next week to begin district play.

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Lakin 16 22 6 2 -- 46

Ellinwood 0 6 0 0 -- 6

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

LAK--McAtee 55 punt return (Burnett run)

LAK--Armstrong 15 pass from Seeger (Burnett run)

Second Quarter

LAK--Burnett 6 run (Burnett run)

LAK--Burnett 29 pass from Seeger (Burnett run)

LAK--McAtee 65 punt return (PAT failed)

Third Quarter

LAK--McAtee 1 run (PAT failed)

Fourth Quarter

LAK--Burrows blocked punt, safety

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