#1 Ranked Teams

6A #1 Shawnee Mission East (2-0)
Last: beat Shawnee Mission South 48-10

The top-ranked Lancers scored 20 points in the first quarter in pulling away from Shawnee Mission South. Quarterback Gunnar Englund hit Jackson Gossick on a 55-yard pass on the first play of the game set up a short Wyatt Edmisten touchdown run. Edminsten scored again later after another long connection from Englund to Alec Dean. Edminsten rushed for nearly 80 yards and added a third touchdown in the second half.

Next: at Shawnee Mission Northwest (1-1)
5A #1 Bishop Carroll (2-0)
Last: shutout Wichita East 56-0

Denzel Goolsby rushed for 177 yards and two touchdowns and added a punt return for a third score as Carroll routed East. Golden Eagle quarterback Colton Howell rushed for a touchdown and threw a touchdown pass to Blake Newell. The Eagles scored 21 points in each of the first two quarters to put the game out of reach.

Next: at Kapaun Mt. Carmel (1-1) at Cessna Stadium
4A-I #1 Bishop Miege (2-0)
Last: Cruised by Gardner-Edgerton , 29-0

The Bishop Miege defense pitched its first shutout of the season as the Stags improved to 2-0 with a 29-0 win over Gardner-Edgerton. Despite taking up over half of the first quarter on the opening drive, the Trailblazers did not have anything to show for it and Bishop Meige took full advantage with a 71-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Willis to Jafar Armstrong to start the scoring. Willis finished with 15-for-21 for 239 yards and one touchdown pass and running back Dawson Downing had 27 carries for 161 yards and two scores.

Next: vs. 6A No. 3 Blue Valley (2-0)
4A-II #1 Andale (2-0)
Last: Cruised by Gardner-Edgerton , 29-0

Hunter Knoblauch and Hank Eck combined for 323 rushing yards and four touchdowns as the Indians handed McPherson its second loss of the season. Eck also caught two passes for 40 yards. Andale takes on another strong AVCTL program in Wichita Collegiate this week. The Spartans are ranked No. 5 in Class 3A.

Next: vs. 3A No. 5 Wichita Collegiate (2-0)
3A #1 Silver Lake (2-0)
Last: shutout Perry-Lecompton 47-0

The Eagles didn’t have a letdown after their win Class 4A Division II’s traditional powerhouse Holton. Silver Lake responded with its fifth shutout over the past two seasons. The Eagles are now on a 10-game winning streak.

Next: at Riley County (1-1)
2-1A #1 La Crosse (2-0)
Last: rallied to beat Larned 14-7

La Crosse scored with :46 seconds remaining to top Larned 14-7. The Indians led 7-0 at halftime before the Leopards got on the board in the third quarter on an Andrew Jay 70-yard touchdown reception. The two-point conversion failed; however leaving the Leopards chasing a 7-6 deficit. Late in the fourth quarter, La Crosse quarterback Jack Garcia converted two fourth down plays, the last to Chance Cosair to get the Leopards to the 1-yard line. Jay would push it across from there to give the Leopards their first lead and eventually the win. La Crosse only compiled 93 rushing yards on 40 carries in the game.

Next: at Minneapolis (1-1)
8M-I #1 Hanover (2-0)
Last: beat Frankfort 60-12

Hanover blasted Twin Valley League rival Frankfort 60-12 thanks to a 38-point second quarter that put the game away. Andrew Bruna rushed for a pair of touchdowns and threw four touchdown passes on the night. Bruna connected with Cody Rengstorf and Evan Zabokrtsky on a pair of touchdown passes each. The Wildcat defense held Frankfort to 19 yards rushing on 17 carries.

Next: at Wakefield (2-0) to open district play
8M-II #1 Chetopa (2-0)
Last: blasted rival St. Paul 60-6

Chetopa scored 38 points in the first quarter in rolling past St. Paul 60-6. Derrick Cassell rushed 14 times for 177 yards and six touchdowns to lead the Green Hornets. Quarterback Philip Moses completed six of nine passes for 84 yards and a touchdown. Chetopa hosts Three Rivers League member Pleasanton next week.

Next: vs. Pleasanton (1-1)

Last updated: September 14, 2014 - 09:34 pm