Class 5A Rankings

#1 Bishop Carroll (8-0)
Last: blasted Maize, 69-7

Denzel Goolsby rushed for 110 yards and five touchdowns as Bishop Carroll rolled past Maize, 69-7. Goolsby also returned a punt 60 yards for a score. The Golden Eagle defense held Maize quarterback Connor Lungwitz to 15 of 28 passing for 91 yards. Meanwhile, Carroll quarterback Colton Howell completed 9 of 14 attempts for 130 yards and rushed for 115 yards and two scores.

Next: at Maize South (6-1)
#2 St. Thomas Aquinas (6-2)
Last: beat Blue Valley Southwest 48-7

Aquinas scored 21 points in each of the first two quarters in rolling past Blue Valley Southwest, 48-7. The Saints rushed for 423 yards on the night and produced two, 100-yard performers. James Cosentino rushed for a game-high 120 yards and a touchdown, while Sam Ramaekers added 101 yards and a score. Quarterback Karter Odermann added 71 yards and two scores and passed for 50 yards and two touchdowns.

Next: at No. 5 Blue Valley West (4-3)
#3 Salina South (7-1)
Last: beat rival Salina Central 14-7

Salina South forced a Salina Central fumble at the South 3-yard line with just over four minutes reamining to preserve a 14-7 win. Dusty Clouston jarred the ball lose from Central's Michael McMullen and Cole Calvert recovered for the Cougars. Dalton Wassenberg rushed for 87 yards for South, while Eric McCullough added 74 yards on the ground.

Next: at Newton (2-5)
#4 Wichita Heights (7-1)
Last: beat Andover 42-13

Trenton Autry rushed for 126 yards and four touchdowns as Wichita Heights ran past Andover, 42-13. Tre King and Rodney Murphy also topped the 100-yard mark as the Falcons rushed for 466 yards on the night. King rushed for 114 yards, while Murphy added 107 yards and a score.

Next: at Emporia (3-4)
#5 Blue Valley West (4-4)
Last: edged Pittsburg, 14-12

After falling behind 12-0 early, Blue Valley West rallied to take a 14-12 halftime lead and held off numerous Pittsburg scoring opportunities in claiming a key road win. West quarterback Nathan Wiles connected with Luke Curtis on a 14-yard touchdown pass on 4th-and-9 to pull the Jaguars within 12-7. Wiles then hit 6-foot-7 tight end Blaise Gammon on a 3-yard touchdown pass with 31 seconds remaining in the half to take the lead. Pittsburg missed a 36-yard field goal early in the third quarter, and time ran out on the Dragons in the fourth quarter as they tried to set up for a winning field goal at the West 19-yard line.

Next: vs. No. 2 St. Thomas Aquinas (5-2)

Others Considered: Kapaun Mt. Carmel, Pittsburg

Last updated: October 19, 2014 - 10:00 pm

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