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SMALL COLLEGES Tabor stays on roll with rout of Bethel

  • Eagle Staff
  • Published Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012, at 7:27 a.m.

Tabor remained tied first place in the KCAC as the No. 22-ranked Bluejays rolled to a 75-6 win over Bethel on Saturday in Hillsboro.

Tabor (6-2 overall, 5-1 KCAC) was led by another big game from sophomore quarterback Simon McKee, a Halstead native who rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 101 yards and two touchdowns. James Monroe Jr. added 95 rushing yards for Tabor.

Tabor kicker Joe Cannon kicked four field goals, including a 46-yarder, and was 9 of 9 on PATs.

The Tabor defense forced four turnovers, including a 24-yard interception return for a touchdown by Nik France.

Tabor travels to Southwestern next Saturday then closes out the regular season at home against Friends on Nov. 10.

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T—Harrison 42 run (Cannon kick)

T—Cannon 22 field goal

T—Giffin 53 pass from McKee (Cannon kick)

T—Cannon 32 field goal

T—Cannon 19 field goal

B—Sykes 70 pass from Jonec (pass failed)

T—Cannon 46 field goal

T—Harrison 10 run (Cannon kick)

T—Monroe 3 run (Cannon kick)

T—France 24 interception return (Cannon kick)

T—McKee 60 run (Cannon kick)

T—Anderson 35 pass from McKee (Cannon kick)

T—Cohen 30 run (Cannon kick)

T—McKee 8 run (Cannon kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Bethel, Sykes 13-42, Suchsland 11-39, McCall 10-29, Jonec 2-0. Tabor, McKee 12-142, Monroe 22-95, Johnson 3-74, Harrison 7-72, Cohen 3-37, Rozzell 3-24, Polley 1-5, Bradley 1-3, Burtin 2-1.

Passing — Bethel, Jonec 2-8-73-1, Bronson 2-6-52-0. Tabor, McKee 4-12-101-0.

Receiving — Bethel, Sykes 3-81, Shields 1-44. Tabor, Giffin 2-58, Anderson 1-35, Harrison 1-8.

No. 24 Ottawa 56, Bethany 20 — Shane Gimzo was 17-of-21 passing for 230 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions and ran for two touchdowns in a homecoming win over Bethany.

The Braves improved to 6-1 in KCAC play.

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B—Wollenberg 1 run (kick failed)

O—Adamson 20 pass from Gimzo (Stamp kick)

O—Gimzo 2 run (Stamp kick)

O—Gimzo 4 run (Stamp kick)

O—Wilkerson 15 pass from Gimzo (Stamp kick)

B—Dovenbarger 24 pass from House (kick blocked)

O—Staats 1 run (Stamp kick)

O—Wilkerson 20 pass from Gimzo (Stamp kick)

O—Hilliger 22 pass from Johnson (Stamp kick)

O—Staats 1 run (Stamp kick)

B—Linden 8 pass from House (Martino from House)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Bethany, Linnebur 30-137, Grist 7-39, House 4-9, Wollenberg 3-3., Stegman 1-3, Waggoner 1-(-10), Villarreal 1-(-22). Ottawa, Staats 15-63, Gimzo 12-56, Johnson 5-26, Dydell III 5-24, Cabrales 8-19, Wood 3-2, Wilkerson 1-(-8).

Passing — Bethany, House 16-34-182-2. Ottawa, Gimzo 17-21-230-0, Johnson 4-6-49-0.

Receiving — Bethany, Johnson 5-70, Martino 4-46, Dovenbarger 2-37, Thompson 2-14, Linden 1-8, Atherton 1-6, Linnebur 1-1. Ottawa, Hilliger 10-148, Adamson 5-59, Wilkerson 4-60, Wood 1-10, Hernandez 1-2.

Kansas Wesleyan 35, Southwestern 17 — Kansas Wesleyan’s Brett Giesen ran for 312 yards and two touchdowns as the Coyotes improved to 6-3 overall and 6-1 in the KCAC.

Giesen opened the scoring for Kansas Wesleyan with a 19-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and followed that up with a 57-yard touchdown run to give the Coyotes a 21-3 lead before halftime.

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SW—Mayer 24 field goal

KW—Giesen 19 run (Stecker kick)

KW—Turner 1 run (Stecker kick)

KW—Giesen 57 run (Stecker kick)

KW—Turne 3 run (Stecker kick)

SW—Vargas 14 pass from Crandall (Mayer kick)

KW—McClain 16 pass from Dallas (Stecker kick)

SW—Crandall 3 run (Mayer kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing—KW: Giesen 29-312, Turner 11-29, Ausama 3-18, Dallas 3-(-15), Cook 1-4. SW: Crandall 21-88, Sims 17-76, Strohl 12-49, Johnson 7-27, Mullinax 3-9, Barrett 2-(-9), Vargas 1-4.

Passing—KW: Dallas 9-21-1-85. SW: Crandall 11-21-2-118, Barrett 7-12-2-72.

Receiving—KW: Myers 4-27, McClain 2-27, Roberts 2-27, Giesen 1-4. SW: Vargas 7-95, Marple 6-36, Bannister 2-29, Pittman 1-25, Trembley 1-5, Strohl 1-0.

Saint Mary 26, McPherson 14 — Mike Keese threw for 261 yards and one touchdown for Saint Mary in the win over visiting McPherson.

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SM—Young 45 pass from Keese (Spaulding kick)

M—Record 39 pass from Snodgrass (Bosque kick)

SM—Ryan 9 run (Spaulding kick)

SM—Spaulding 31 FG

M—O’Rourke 10 pass from Snodgrass (Bosque kick)

SM—Mata 1 run (Spaulding kick)

M—Safety (team)

Individual statistics

Rushing—Saint Mary, Matlock 1-3, Hearn 17-59, Mata 2-3, Keese 2-(-4), Simpson 1-1, Ryan 10-45, Team 2-(-2); McPherson, Jones 10-31, Ramos 1-4, Snodgrass 8-40, Pomele 4-5, Tabb 1-0.

Passing—Saint Mary, Mata 0-1-0-0, Keese 28-41-261-0; McPherson, Record 1-3-5-1, Rotering 0-1-0-0; Snodgrass 13-26-185-1.

Receiving—Saint Mary, Gomes 5-93, Basch 1-5, Harley 1-10, Hearn 3-(-3), Pruger 2-32, Young 4-74, Mata 2-9, Cooper 5-10; McPherson, O’Rourke 1-10, Patton 2-14, Record 7-140, Rotering 2-17, Snodgrass 1-5, Pomele 1-4.

MIAA

No. 5 Northwest Missouri 56, No. 16 Washburn 6 — Northwest Missouri destroyed Washburn in a battle between NCAA Division II Top 25 teams in Topeka.

The Bearcats, 8-1 overall and 7-1 in MIAA play, led 35-0 at halftime and allowed only 246 yards of total offense.

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NW—Shaw 31 pass from Adams (Adolf kick)

NW—Franklin 7 run (Adolf kick)

NW—Franklin 5 run (Adolf kick)

NW—Simmons 1 run (Adolf kick)

NW—Shaw 13 pass from Adams (Adolf kick)

NW—Hinchey 7 pass from Adams (Adolf kick)

NW—Crason 2 run (Adolf kick)

W—Hart 36 pass from Buhler (kick failed)

NW—Meneely 14 interception return (Adolf kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — NW Missouri, Franklin 14-66, Simmons 8-43, Creason 7-32, Adema-Schulte 8-28, Seals 3-17, Bolles 2-3, Adams 3-1. Washburn, Lockhart 11-30, Groves 10-21, Buhler 3-20, Stewawrt 4-2.

Passing — NW Missouri, Adams 19-26-216-0. Washburn, Buhler 10-24-148-3, Piper 5-11-27-3.

Receiving — NW Missouri, Simmons 5-51, Shaw 4-67, Hinchey 4-36, Creason 2-30, Defeo 1-13, Jozaites 1-11, Gantz 1-4, Franklin 1-4. Washburn, Gourley 3-31, Hart 2-48, Hurst 2-34, Lockhart 2-17, Groves 2-7, Mertz 1-19, Brown 1-8, Stewart 1-6, Kobbeman 1-5.

No. 22 Pittsburg State 20, Truman 6 — The Gorillas bounced back from two straight losses for the win at Kirksville, Mo., racking up 382 rushing yards.

Briceton Wilson led Pittsburg State with 115 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Jason Spradling added 113 rushing yards.

John Brown led the Gorillas with 149 all-purpose yards.

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T—Koon 46 field goal

P—Frazell 18 field goal

T—Koon 44 field goal

P—Wilson 3 run (Frazell kick)

P—Wilson 1 run (Frazell kick)

P—Frazell 23 field goal

Individual statistics

Rushing — Pittsburg State, Wilson 31-115, Spradling 17-113, Cushon 1-54, Abenoja 9-54, Tillman 2-20, Brown 1-15, Dixon 1-10, Watkins 1-3, Team 1-(-2). Truman State, White 12-80, Breen 5-11, Hartfield 1-0, Schottel 2-(-1).

Passing — Pittsburg State, Abenoja 7-15-67-0. Truman State, Schottel 9-19-123-1, Breen 1-6-3-1.

Receiving — Pittsburg State, Brown 3-35, Castaneda 3-28, Tillman 1-4. Truman State, Grief 6-89, Haferbier 2-25, Taylor 1-7, Nagel 1-5.

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