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SMALL COLLEGES Southwestern pulls off upset of No. 25 Friends

  • Eagle staff
  • Published Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, at 7:43 a.m.

Southwestern upset No. 25 Friends 32-21 on Saturday behind a career day from senior Jordan Barrett, who went 12-of-23 passing for 341 yards and four touchdowns in the upset at Winfield.

Trailing Friends 21-14 at halftime, Barrett rallied the Moundbuilders with three second-half touchdowns as the Southwestern defense held the Falcons scoreless.

xxx Hankerson led Friends with 111 rushing yards and one touchdown as the Falcons dropped to 4-3 overall and 3-2 in KCAC play.

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S — Bannister 64 pass from Barrett (Mayer kick)

S — Johnson 1 run (Mayer kick)

F — Racette 1 run (Pohlman kick)

F — Johnson II 3 run (Pohlman kick)

F — Hankerson 25 run (Pohlman kick)

S — Davenport 4 pass from Barrett (kick blocked)

S — Kistler 58 pass from Barrett (pass failed)

S — Trembley 63 pass from Barrett (pass failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Friends, Hankerson 24-111, Taylor 8-27, Racette 7-17, Scott 2-8, Johnson II 3-8, Barber 1-3, Bristow 12-(-5); Southwestern, Strohl 15-47, Crandall 9-29, Sims 8-8, Johnson 1-1, Barrett 4-(-17), Bannister 2-(-26).

Passing — Friends, Bristow 12-28-158-1, Racette 2-6-14-0, Hankerson 0-2-0-1; Southwestern, Barrett 12-23-341-0; Crandall 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — Friends, Allen 4-103, Hyde 3-32, Bauer 2-18, Butts 2-15, Taylor 1-8, Gumeringer 1-5, Hankerson 1-(-9); Southwestern, Vargas 5-107, Trembley 2-97, Bannister 1-64, Kistler 1-58, Marple 2-11, Davenport 1-4.

No. 24 Tabor 44, Bethany 7 — Tabor stayed in a tie for first place in the KCAC with a rout of Bethany in Lindsborg. The Bluejays, picked seventh in the coaches’ preseason poll, were led by a big day from sophomore quarterback Simon McKee, a Halstead product who threw for 101 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 44 yards.

Tabor is now 5-2 overall and 4-1 in KCAC play. Running back James Monroe Jr. added 91 rushing yards and one touchdown for the Bluejays.

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T — Harrison 14 run (Cannon kick)

T — Cannon 21 FG

B — J. Johnson 16 pass from House (Retchless kick)

T — B. Johnson 26 pass from McKee (Cannon kick)

T — Mujica 2 pass from McKee (Cannon kick)

T — Harrison 5 run (Cannon kick)

T — Monroe Jr. 13 run (Cannon kick)

T — France 44 int. ret. (kick blocked)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Tabor, Monroe Jr. 18-91, Harrison 8-61, McKee 13-44, Davis 2-16, Polley 4-13, Bradley 2-12, B. Johnson 1-8, Rozzell 2-7, Team 3-(-5); Bethany, Linnebur 15-38, Grist 3-7, House 3-(-13), Waggoner 2-(-16).

Passing — Tabor, McKee 9-14-101-0, Polley 0-1-0-0; Bethany, House 15-35-173-3, Waggoner 3-13-45-1.

Receiving — Tabor, Harrison 2-33, Monroe Jr. 2-22, B. Johnson 1-26, Polley 1-13, Bauer 1-6, Mujica 1-2, Rozzell 1-(-1); Bethany, Martino 8-103, J. Johnson 5-70, Linnebur 2-26, Thompson 2-14, Atherton 1-5.

No. 5 William Penn 53, Saint Mary 14 — William Penn had a pair of running backs go over 100 yards rushing in Dalton Phelps (116) and Gilbert Venegas (102) as the Spires lost in a rout at Oskaloosa, Iowa.

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P — Venegas 3 run (Kerrigan kick)

P — Cazenave 38 pass from Parsons (Kerrigan kick)

S — Young 5 pass from Keese (Spaulding kick)

P — Venegas 5 run (kick failed)

P — Wright 70 int. ret. (Kerrigan kick)

S — Session 24 pass from Keese (Spaulding kick)

P — Phelps 60 run (Kerrigan kick)

P — Tvedt 15 run (run failed)

P — Hafner 14 run (kick failed)

P — Hafner 15 run (Kerrigan kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — William Penn, Phelps 4-116, Venegas 16-102, Tvedt 4-98, Hafner 5-74; Saint Mary, Hearn 23-94, Ryan 18-91, Amos 2-10, Keese 1-8.

Passing — William Penn, Parsons 3-9-61-0, Hafner 1-1-8-0; Saint Mary, Keese 20-31-158-2, Grossman 0-4-0-0.

Receiving — William Penn, Cazenave 1-38, Broyles 1-12, Russell 1-11, Phelps 1-8; Saint Mary, Young 7-68, Cooper 5-26, Gomes 3-24, Ryan 2-18.

MIAA

No. 21 Emporia State 13, Lindenwood 0 — Emporia State improved to 7-0 with a Homecoming win over Lindenwood. Tyler Eckenrode led the Hornets with 257 yards passing and one touchdown, while Derek Jonas kicked two field goals. Emporia State’s Shjuan Richardson, the MIAA’s leading receiver, had eight catches for 122 yards.

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E — Jonas 32 FG

E — Jonas 26 FG

E — Davis 2 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Lindenwood, O’Bryant 16-79, Byrd 1-1, Orlando 1-1, Jasin 5-(-6), Team 1-(-2); Emporia State, Hall 16-83, Iwuagwa 10-59, Tice 9-10, Gentz 2-1, Eckenrode 5-(-22).

Passing — Lindenwood, Jasin 14-38-171-4, Hawkins 1-1-38-0; Emporia State, Eckenrode 21-36-257-1, Gentz 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — Lindenwood, Helmick 4-62, Angell 4-48, Robinson 3-41, Stubbs 1-38, Sealer 1-10, O’Bryant 1-5, Orlando 1-5; Emporia State, Richardson 8-122, Davis 7-95, Iwuagwa 3-4, Schiltz 1-19, Willis 1-13, Hall 1-4. .

No. 19 Washburn 35, Truman 24 — Mitch Buhler threw for 249 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions and Hayden Groves ran for 167 yards to lead the Ichabods to the win in Topeka.

Washburn senior linebacker Bryce Atagi led the Ichabods with 13 tackles and one interception — one of four picks on the day for the Ichabods. Atagi has four games with double-digit tackles this season, and the Ichabods improved to 6-1.

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W — Mertz 5 pass from Buhler (Linn kick)

T — Koon 27 FG

W — Williams 43 int. ret. (Linn kick)

T — White 1 run (Koon kick)

W — Groves 12 run (Linn kick)

W — Fancher 69 pass from Buhler (Linn kick)

T — White 2 run (Koon kick)

W — Connors 36 int. ret. (Linn kick)

T — Schottel 1 run (Koon kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Truman, Mosquera 13-46, Corcoran 1-38, White 12-38, Schottel 7-18, Hartfield 1-11; Washburn, Groves 31-162, Dewey 8-22, Lockhart 1-(-1), Buhler 2-(-4).

Passing — Truman, Schottel 18-44-175-4; Washburn, Buhler 19-33-249-0, Piper 3-8-27-0.

Receiving — Truman, Mosquera 4-45, Grier 4-43, Nagel 3-28, Orlando 3-21, White 2-17, Haferbier 1-14, Loyd 1-7; Washburn, Kobbeman 6-69, Hurst 6-62, Gourley 3-32, Fancher 2-81, Mertz 2-24, Groves 2-2, Hart 1-6.

Fort Hays State 37, Southwest Baptist 34 — Fort Hays State quarterback Tarean Austin threw for 271 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 57 yards and one touchdown as the Tigers pulled out the overtime win at Bolivar, Mo.

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SB — Sundstrom 30 pass from Connors (Colliver kick)

FH — Austin 13 run (O’Brien kick)

FH — Gallon 12 pass from Austin (O’Brien kick)

SB — Colliver 47 FG

FH — Gallon 3 pass from Austin (O’Brien kick)

SB — Lauderdale 11 pass from Connors (Colliver kick)

SB — McWright 5 run Colliver kick)

SB — Ray 46 int. ret. (Colliver kick)

FH — O’Brien 36 FG

FH — Gallon 8 pass from Sheppard (O’Brien kick)

SB — Colliver 35 FG

FH — Hageman 7 pass from Austin (none attempted)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Fort Hays State, Ohlde 29-91, Austin 19-57, Brown 3-7, Albert 3-4, Owens 1-4, Sheppard 1-(-6); Southwest Baptist, McWright 8-45, Connors 4-31, Harris 5-7.

Passing — Fort Hays State, Austin 22-39-271-1, Sheppard 1-1-8-0; Southwest Baptist, Connors 15-29-251-0.

Receiving — Fort Hays State, Gallon 9-155, Hageman 6-65, Brown 5-42, Vazquez 2-12, Callins 1-5; Southwest Baptist, Mourik 4-62, Lauderdale 3-101, Duhaney 3-24, Sohn 2-23, Lilly 2-11, Sundstrom 1-30.

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