#1 Ranked Teams

6A #1 Shawnee Mission East (12-0)
Last: shutout Shawnee Mission West 41-0

Wyatt Edmisten rushed for three touchdowns and Gunnar Englund added two scores as Shawnee Mission East shut out Shawnee Mission West 41-0. The Lancers will take on No. 2 Olathe North in the sub-state semifinals. They beat the Eagles 37-27 in the semifinals a year ago.

Next: vs. No. 2 Olathe North (11-0) in 6A semifinals
5A #1 Bishop Carroll (12-0)
Last: defeated then No. 5 Wichita Heights 48-7

Colton Howell rushed for four touchdowns and passed for three more scores as Bishop Carroll, once again, routed Wichita Heights. Howell rushed for 76 yards to go along with his four scores and completed only four passes for 187 yards. Denzel Goolsby added 77 yards on the ground and caught one of Howell’s touchdown passes.

Next: at No. 2 Salina South (10-1) in 5A semifinals
4A-I #1 Bishop Miege (12-0)
Last: shutout Fort Scott 47-0

Bishop Miege scored 26 points in the opening quarter and led 40-0 at halftime before a running clock in the second half. Miege quarterback Ryan Willis passed for 217 yards and touchdowns to Jafar Armstrong and Chris Ford. Dawson Downing led the stags with 104 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries. Armstrong caught four passes for 138 yards. The Miege defense was impressive in holding the Tigers to 132 yards of total offense on the night.

Next: vs. No. 3 KC Piper (10-1) in 4A-1 semifinals
4A-II #1 Andale (12-0)
Last: shutout Fort Scott 47-0

A healthy Hunter Knoblauch is a good thing for the Andale Indians. Knoblauch rushed for five touchdowns as the Indians piled up more than 400 yards on the ground. Knoblauch led Andale with 210 yards on 25 attempts. Drake Hake led Concordia with 160 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Next: vs. No. 3 Holcomb (10-1) in 4A-2 semifinals
3A #1 Rossville (13-0)
Last: won at St. Mary's Colgan 56-19

On the game’s opening kickoff, Thatcher Horak received the ball at the 5-yard line and was hit just past the 10, but kept his feet and weaved 95 yards for a Rossville touchdown. The Bulldogs would roll from there to a 56-19 win over St. Mary’s Colgan at Pittsburg State’s Carnie Smith Stadium. Tucker Horak rushed for 198 yards and six touchdowns, while Thatcher provided the other two. Rossville turned Colgan away twice in the red zone, and forced four turnovers including a pick-six by Tucker Horak.

Next: at No. 3 Silver Lake (10-1) in 3A semifinals
2-1A #1 Phillipsburg (10-2)
Last: defeated Oakley 48-12

Phillipsburg has reached the state semifinals for the first time in school history with a 48-12 win at Oakley. Phillipsburg raced out to a 28-0 lead before the Plainsmen pulled to within 28-12 at the half. It was the Panthers second win over the Plainsmen this season as they defeated Oakley 49-21 back in Week 4.

Next: vs. No. 4 Ell-Saline (8-3) in 2-1A semifinals
8M-I #1 Hanover (12-1)
Last: defeated Osborne 74-44

Hanover outscored Osborne 28-14 in the second quarter to take a 44-22 lead into halftime. The Wildcats continually put pressure on the Bulldogs by scoring on each possession in the game. Hanover’s lead grew to 58-36 after three quarters. Andrew Bruna passed for 328 yards and three touchdowns for the Wildcats. Bruna also rushed for three scores.

Next: vs. No. 2 Central Plains (12-0) in the 8M-1 State Championship
8M-II #1 Victoria (12-1)
Last: defeated No. 3 Sharon Springs-Wallace Co. 28-12 in 8M-2 semifinals

Brady Dinkel hit Joe Dortland on a touchdown pass to give Victoria an 8-0 lead over Wallace County at the half. The lead grew to 14-6 as Dinkel hit Noah Dreiling on a score and then 16-6 after Eric McAlonan tackled the Wildcats in the end zone for a safety. Bryan Dome then returned the ensuing kick for a touchdown and a 22-6 lead. The Victoria defense held Wallace County to 10 yards rushing on 35 attempts.

Next: vs. No. 2 Argonia-Attica (12-0) in 8M-2 State Championship

Last updated: November 23, 2014 - 06:14 pm

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