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State colleges: Pittsburg State bounces back

  • Eagle staff
  • Published Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at 11:34 p.m.

Pittsburg State bounced back from last week’s loss to No. 2 Northwest Missouri with a 34-14 win over No. 4 Missouri Western on Saturday in St. Joseph, Mo., behind 11 tackles from senior linebacker Nate Dreiling and 179 rushing yards and three touchdowns from Jeff Seybold.

Pittsburg State (7-1, 6-1 MIAA) returns home next Saturday to play Northwestern Oklahoma and is in Pittsburg for two of its last three games.

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Missouri Western070714

P—Frazell 41 field goal

P—Seybold 23 run (Frazell kick)

M—Jordan 67 pass from Partridge (Schmiemeier kick)

P—Frazell 22 field goal

P—Peete 56 blocked field goal return (Frazell kick)

P—Seybold 3 run (Frazell kick)

M—Jordan 14 pass from Partridge (Schmiemeier kick)

P—Seybold 6 run (Frazell kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Pittsburg State, Seybold 24-179, Sullivan 8-59, Brown 3-25, Abenoja 11-12, Cushon 1-7. Missouri Western, Spencer 16-101, Partridge 15-18.

Passing — Pittsburg State, Abenoja 13-25-191-0. Missouri Western, Partridge 16-32-193-1.

Receiving — Pittsburg State, Brown 4-48, Lutman 3-88, Seybold 2-26, Cushon 2-15, Venegas 1-14. Missouri Western, Weaver 3-56, Walker 3-20, Libby 3-14, Spencer 3-10, Jordan 2-81, Green 2-12.

No. 10 Washburn 44, Lindenwood 35 — Washburn improved to 8-0 for the first time since 1907, setting up a showdown of MIAA undefeated teams next Saturday at No. 2 Northwest Missouri. Washburn quarterback Mitch Buhler finished 25 of 39 for 277 passing yards with a career-high five touchdowns passes.

Lindenwood1477735
Washburn710141344

W—Moore 7 pass from Mi. Buhler (Linn kick)

L—Byrd 3 run (Neal kick)

L—Byrd 3 run (Neal kick)

W—Heiman 1 run (Linn kick)

L—Robinson 16 pass from Miller (Neal kick)

W—Linn 34 field goal

W—Hurst 19 pass from Mi. Buhler (Linn kick)

L—Roby 95 kickoff return (Neal kick)

W—Kobbeman 15 pass from Mi. Buhler (Linn kick)

W—Ma. Buhler 20 pass from Mi. Buhler (kick failed)

L—Sealer 17 pass from Miller (Neal kick)

W—Hurst 9 pass from Mi. Buhler (Linn kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Lindenwood, Roby 4-28, Byrd 12-25, Team 1-(-2), Alexander 1-(-8), Miller 2-(-18). Washburn, Heiman 20-84, Moore 10-52, Stewart 8-48, Mi. Buhler 1-6.

Passing — Lindenwood, Miller 27-38-327-1, Gomez 0-2. Washburn, Mi. Buhler 25-39-277-1.

Receiving — Lindenwood, Robinson 9-100, Gater

Fort Hays State 35, Lincoln 35

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F — Maxi 17 pass from Albert (O’Brien kick)

F — E. Smith 1 run (O’Brien kick)

L — Tuener 7 pass from Morris (kick failed)

F — FG O’Brien 37

L — Morris 26 run (kick failed)

F — Callins 36 pass from Albert (O’Brien kick)

L — Henderson 37 run (run failed)

L — Borney 11 pass from Morris (Segura kick)

L — Morris 9 run (Segura kick)

F — Salat 16 pass from Albert (O’Brien kick)

L — FG Segura 22

F — E. Smith 1 run (O’Brien kick)

F — A. Smith 24 run (O’Brien kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — FHSU, A. Smith 21-98, Williams 4-35, Albert 9-25, E. Smith 8-16, team 3-(-5). Lincoln, Morris 25-141, Henderson 19-131, Melvin 1-6, Pegues 1-0, Winfrey 1-0.

Passing — FHSU, Albert 22-34-0 294. Lincoln, Morris 19-31-2 177, Borney 0-1.

Receiving — FHSU, Hageman 6-58, Callins 5-81, A. Smith 3-56, Williams 3-29, Jennings 2-17, Maxi 1-32, Salat 1-16, E. Smith 1-5. Lincoln, Woodard 8-60, Borney 5-35, Turner 3-40, Draine 2-40, Winfrey 1-2.

KCAC

No. 18 Friends 46, Bethany 20 — Friends kept its KCAC title and NAIA playoff hopes alive with a big win in Lindsborg behind 149 rushing yards and one touchdown from Thomas Hankerson and a monster game by senior linebacker Marcus Carter. Carter scored two touchdowns for Friends — the first ona 32-yard fumble return and the second on a 12-yard interception return. The Falcons defense scored three touchdowns on the day. Friends (6-2, 5-1) KCAC plays at Bethel next Saturday before hosting No. 13 Ottawa on Nov. 9.

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Bethany607720

B—Linnebur 4 run (kick failed)

F—Brandon 21 run (kick failed)

F—Rogers 19 run (Nixon kick)

F—Hankerson 61 run (Nixon kick)

B—Linnebur 8 run (Lyter kick)

F—Carter 32 fumble return (Nixon kick)

F—Hicks 50 fumble return (kick failed)

F—Carter 12 interception return (run failed)

B—Thomas 88 kickoff return (Lyter kick)

F—Brandon 5 run (Nixon kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Friends, Hankerson 23-149, Racette 17-57, Brandon 6-52, Rogers 4-35, Allen 3-21, Scott 3-19. Bethany, Linnebur 21-61, Dovenbarger 11-28, Savage 3-(21), Thomas 1-5, Atherton 1-2, Thomas 1-2.

Passing — Friends, Racette 4-11-17-2; Allen 0-1. Bethany, Dovenbarger 6-17-74-2; Savage 5-13-48.

Receiving — Friends, Melugin 1-13, Allen 1-5, Hankerson 1-1, Allen 1-(-2). Bethany, Molette 4-28, Evans 3-29, Thomas 1-28, Atherton 1-20, Bell 1-19, Alexander 1-(-2).

Kansas Wesleyan 38, Bethel 34 — Taylor Sachs rushed for 189 yards and one touchdown and Trey Dallas threw for 221 yards and two touchdowns to lead Kansas Wesleyan to the win over Bethel.

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Kansas Wesleyan31461538

B—Wren 28 field goal

B—Freeman fumble recovery in end zone (run failed)

K—Stecker 47 field goal

K—Sachs 2 run (Stecker kick)

K—McClain 19 pass from Dallas (Stecker kick)

B—Scott 6 pass from Pratt (Carter from Pratt)

K—Stecker 47 field goal

B—Freeman 68 pass from Silva (Wren kick)

B—Wren 22 field goal

K—Stecker 40 field goal

B—Pratt 8 run (Wren kick)

K—Dallas 3 run (Vela from Sachs)

K—Peck 10 pass from Dallas (Stecker kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Bethel, Scott 32-119, Pratt 13-59, Hughes 4-15, Alexander 2-12, Silva 1-(-1), Pouncy 1-(-6). Wesleyan, Sachs 38-189, Dallas 4-31.

Passing — Bethel, Pratt 11-25-100-2; Silva 1-1-68-0. Wesleyan, Dallas 16-43-221-0.

Receiving — Bethel, Alexander 4-37, Scott 4-30, Silva 3-33, Freeman 1-68. Wesleyan, McClain 6-101, Peck 4-37, Vela 3-56, Sachs 2-20, Geason 1-7, Sealer 3-92, Roby 3-31, Alexander 2-7, Taylor 1-5. Washburn, Beard 5-69, Hurst 5-30, Crimmins 4-77, Kobbeman 4-46, Ma. Buhler 2-25, Moore 2-8, Eickhoff 1-9, Kolmer 1-7, Solis 1-6.

No. 11 Tabor 29, McPherson 14 — James Monroe rushed for 186 yards and one touchdown to keep the Bluejays tied for first place in the KCAC.

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McPherson077014

T — FG Slavens 24

T — Monroe 1 run (Slavens kick)

T — McElroy 53 interception return (Slavens kick)

M — Thibodeaux 7 run (Phillips kick)

T — Daniel 20 interception return (Slavens kick)

M — Bruton 78 fumble return (Phillps kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Tabor, Nelson 8-8, Davis ;2-16, Anderson 2-6, Wilson 1-0, Monroe 31-186, Coleman 4-29, Bebemeyer 2-17, Cole 7-(-2). McPherson, Franklin 5-11, Thibodeaux 9-32, Hardridge 5-1, Hoffman 9-(-47).

Passing — Tabor, Nelson 13-24-2 135. McPherson, Hoffman 12-22-2 100, Koenigs 1-3-0 4.

Receiving — Tabor, Simmons 1-27, Davis 1-0, Po9k 1-11, Monroe 1-0, Coleman 1-2, Bebemeyer 1-5, Bauer 7-90. McPherson, White 2-38, Hardridge 2-29, Rotering 3-6, Robinson 2-14, Ramso 4-17.

No. 21 Sterling 40, Saint Mary 13 — Sterling quarterback Reggie Langford threw for 158 yards and ran for 150 more to go with two touchdowns as the Warriors kept pace in the hunt for the KCAC title with 20 fourth-quarter points in Leavenworth.

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St. Mary070613

(Incomplete scoring)

Ste — Schmidt 4 pass from Langford (Juarez kick)

Ste — Miller 1 run (Juarez kick)

Ste — Hudspeth 15 pass from Langford (kick failed)

Ste — Lehmann 53 interception return (Juarez kick)

SM — Mata 1 run (kick failed)

Ste — Bray 37 run (kick failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Sterling, Langford 26-150, Bray 10-110, Hudspeth 6-34, Frame 1-(-4), Edwards 1-(-6), Miller 4-(-6). St. Mary, Amos 9-65, Mata 10-19, Gomes-Coelho 2-18, Ryan 3-17, Gernette 1-11, Ervin 3-(-10).

Passing — Sterling, Langford 14-22-0 158. St. Mary, Ervin 15-26-1 182, Mata 7-17-2 161.

Receiving — Sterling, Hudspeth 8-98, Bray 4-20, Coleman 1-36, Schmidt 1-4. St. Mary, Cooper 7-61, Young 5-149, Pruger 4-12, Gomes-Coelho 3-65, Ryan 1-(-2), Amos 1-15, Bolden 1-43.

No. 13 Ottawa 82, Southwestern 21 — Ottawa’s Behr went 19-of-28 passing for 303 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions to keep the Braves in a four-way tie for first place in the KCAC.

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Ottawa14311621820

O—Lundy 66 run (Stamp kick)

O—Staats 17 run (Stamp kick)

S—May 1 run (Mayer kick)

S—Keith 38 run (Mayer kick)

O—Stangby 94 kickoff return (Stamp kick)

O—Adamson 15 pass from Behr (Stamp kick)

S—Keith 4 run (Mayer kick)

O—Stangby 53 pass from Behr (Stamp kick)

O—Stamp 26 field goal

O—safety

O—Luncy 5 run (Stamp kick)

O—Wood 5 pass from Behr (Stamp kick)

O—Hilliger 2 pass from Wethington (Stamp kick)

O—Brown 54 punt return (Stamp kick)

O—Wilson 30 pass from Walker (Stamp kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Southwestern, Keith 12-69, Strohl 7-69, Pullen 11-24, Crandall 11-21, Fenelon 2-9, Davenport 1-3, Proctor 2-1, Robertson 1-0, May 7-(-15). Ottawa, Lundy 16-145, Behr 7-48, Staats 9-42, Cobbs 7-29, Dydell 2-14, Stangby 1-9, Walker 4-4, Wethington 4-(-6).

Passing — Southwestern, May 12-21-71-0, Crandall 2-7-33-0. Ottawa, Behr 19-28-303-0, Wethington 6-8-54-0, Walker 2-2-34-0.

Receiving — Southwestern, Vargas 5-38, Trembly 3-22, Thompson 2-18, Bannister 2-17, Swindale 1-16, Proctor 1-(-7). Ottawa, Hilliger 10-102, Stangby 4-147, Adamson 3-39, Lundy 3-25, Wilson 2-41, Staats 2-22, Hernandez 1-6, Wood 1-5, Graves 1-4.

JAYHAWK

Highland closes out season with win — With Dodge City on a bye week, Highland was the only Region VI playoff team playing Saturday outside the Butler-Hutchinson contest and the Scotties demolished Independence 56-30. In other Jayhawk action, Fort Scott closed out its season with a 53-36 win over Arkansas Baptist.

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