#1 Ranked Teams

6A #1 Shawnee Mission East (9-0)
Last: beat KC Wyandotte 56-12

The Lancers continued their dominance with a lopsided win over KC Wyandotte. Shawnee Mission East has scored at least 40 points in all eight games and has won every game by more than three touchdowns.

Next: at Shawnee Mission North (2-6)
5A #1 Bishop Carroll (9-0)
Last: shutout Maize South 37-0

The Eagles allowed eight points or fewer for their fourth consecutive game and sixth of the season. The Bishop Carroll defense allowed only 30 yards of offense and recorded 12 sacks against Maize South. Denzel Goolsby rushed for 77 yards and three touchdowns for the Golden Eagles. Colton Howell passed for 137 yards and a touchdown, while adding a touchdown run.

Next: vs. Valley Center (3-5)
4A-I #1 Bishop Miege (9-0)
Last: stomped Louisburg, 41-14

Ryan Willis threw for 213 yards and four touchdowns and junior Dawson Downing rushed for 187 yards on 20 carries with two trips to paydirt to lead the undefeated Stags to a 41-14 win over Louisburg.

Next: at KC Sumner Academy (2-6)
4A-II #1 Andale (9-0)
Last: stomped Louisburg, 41-14

Andale remained undefeated after its 21-0 shutout win over Clearwater. The Indians earned its second shutout of the season and will ride its eight game winning streak into the last week of district play when they host Haven on Friday night.

Next: vs. Haven (2-6)
3A #1 Silver Lake (8-1)
Last: blew by Oskaloosa, 55-8

Silver Lake continued its streak of scoring 50-plus points with its 55-8 stomping of Oskaloosa in week two of district play. The Eagles scored 21 points in the opening quarter and another 34 points before halftime to break the game wide open. Next week is the matchup everybody is anxious to see when Silver Lake takes on No. 2 Rossville.

Next: at No. 2 Rossville (8-0)
2-1A #1 Phillipsburg (8-1)
Last: beat Ell-Saline, 20-14

Phillipsburg jumped out to a quick two touchdown lead and held on to remain undefeated with a 20-14 win over Ell-Saline. The Panthers gained 125 of its 270 yards rushing in the first two possessions to take the early lead. Ell-Saline had a chance to tie the game at 14 after completing four straight passes for 55 yards but the Panthers defense forced a turnover on downs when Stuart Lennemann’s hit on Cody Walters forced an incomplete pass and gave the ball back to Phillipsburg. Ell-Saline scored in the final seconds of the game to make it 20-14.

Next: vs. Smith Center (5-3)
8M-I #1 Hanover (9-0)
Last: won at Clifton-Clyde 58-6

Hanover rolled to a 58-6 win over Clifton-Clyde to improve to 8-0. The Wildcats put up 359 yards of total offense in the game, including 249 yards and six touchdowns on the ground. Hanover also passed for 110 yards and two scores. The Wildcats will host No. 4 and undefeated Osborne this week to decide the District 4 championship.

Next: vs. No. 4 Osborne (8-0)
8M-II #1 Chetopa (9-0)
Last: eased past Elk Valley 96-0 at halftime

Chetopa scored 66 points in the first quarter and 30 in the second in routing Elk Valley in District 3. The Green Hornets ran only 13 offensive plays and scored on ten of them. Philip Moses completed all three of his passes for 88 yards and three scores. Derrick Cassell carried four times for 144 yards and three scores, while Jesse Merrill and Cole Swanwick each rushed for two touchdowns. Chetopa also returned a fumble and a punt for a touchdown in the game.

Next: vs. Hartford (4-4)

Last updated: October 26, 2014 - 09:38 pm

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