KWU crushes No. 25 Friends' playoff hopes

11/07/2010 1:00 AM

11/07/2010 1:02 AM

Kansas Wesleyan quarterback Doug Webster passed for 261 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 143 yards, including the game-winner from 1-yard out with 3:48 left in the fourth quarter to give the Coyotes an upset victory over No. 25 Friends in Wichita.

The loss also ended the NAIA playoff hopes for the Falcons, who needed to win out to have a chance at a berth.

Friends quarterback Jayme Bristow threw for a career-high 428 yards and three touchdowns, but also had three costly interceptions. Senior wide receiver Mike Hyde finished with 10 catches for 251 yards for the Falcons.

Kansas Wesleyan (6-3, 5-3) 7 6 15 8 — 36 Friends (6-3, 5-3) 7 14 6 6 — 33

KW—Roberts 20 pass from Webster (Ochoa kick)

F—Hyde 48 pass from Bristow (Berner kick)

F—Trotter 2 rum (Berner kick)

F—Pierce 40 pass from Bristow (Berner kick)

KW—McClain 15 pass from Webster (kick failed)

KW—Winship 3 run (Reynolds from Webster)

F—Pierce 25 pass from Bristow (kick failed)

KW—Hall 96 pass from Webster (Ochoa kick)

F—Bristow 2 run (pass failed)

KW—Webster 1 run (Hall from Webster)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Kansas Wesleyan, Webster 21-143, Winship 18-63, Giesen 4-13, Team 1-0; Friends, Trotter 10-68, Goerzen 10-35, Benning 3-32, Bristow 11-16.

Passing—Kansas Wesleyan, Webster 15-35-1-261, Team 0-12-0-0; Friends, Bristow 26-48-3-428, Team 0-1-0-0.

Receiving—Kansas Wesleyan, Roberts 5-71, McClain 4-25, Berry 3-30, Alsobrook 2-39; Friends, Hyde 10-251, Pierce 10-138, Trotter 2-17, Womack 1-12.

No. 6 McPherson 47, Bethel 0 — Shane Mascarenas threw for 439 yards, five touchdowns and one interception as the Bulldogs clinched at least a share of the KCAC title and improved to 9-0 with a rout at McPherson. The Bulldogs can win the title outright with a win at Bethany next Saturday.

Bethel fell to 0-9.

Bethel (0-9, 0-8) 0 0 0 0 — 0 McPherson (9-0, 8-0) 26 7 14 0 — 47

M—White 60 pass from Mascarenas (Eason kick)

M—German 3 run (kick failed)

M—Middleton 73 pass from Mascarenas (kick failed)

M—Skinner 38 pass from Mascarenas (Eason kick)

M—White 7 pass from Mascarenas (Eason kick)

M—German 15 run (Eason kick)

M—Muor 8 pass from Mascarenas (Eason kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Bethel, Vail 20-92, Suchsland 11-34, Hiebert 5-32, Stultz 7-13; McPherson, German 14-85, Hargitt 4-44, Lonberger 7-28, Snodgrass 3-15.

Passing—Bethel, Vail 8-22-0-69, Hiebert 0-1-0-0; McPherson, Mascarenas 20-28-1-439, Snodgrass 1-4-0-6.

Receiving—Bethel, McNary 3-31, Stultz 3-9, Berg 1-18, Unruh 1-11; McPherson, Middleton 5-127, Muor 5-88, Skinner 4-97, White 3-73.

No. 10 Ottawa 39, Bethany 33 — Ottawa answered Bethany's rally with one of its own after the Swedes took a 26-25 lead in the third quarter. Wichita Southeast product Clarence Anderson led the Braves with 134 yards receiving and two touchdowns.

Ottawa (8-1, 7-1) 1312 0 14 — 39 Bethany (4-5, 3-5) 7 3 16 7 — 33

O—Gettler 23 int. ret. (kick failed)

O—J. Anderson 17 pass from J. Johnson (Wieder kick)

B—R. Anderson 16 pass from House (Fambrough kick)

O—Harding 1 blocked punt ret. (run failed)

O—C. Anderson 33 pass from J. Johnson (kick blocked)

B—FG Fambrough 53

B—Martino 9 pass from House (Fambrough kick)

B—S. Johnson 22 pass from House (pass failed)

B—FG Fambrough 21

O—Gimzo 3 run (kick failed)

O—Giambona 23 blocked punt ret. (kick blocked)

O—Safety (Allen tackled in end zone)

B—R. Anderson 6 pass from House (Fambrough kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Ottawa, Baer 22-61, Tucker 14-42, Gimzo 5-38, Adamson 2-4, J. Anderson 1-3, Team 1-(-1), Johnson 4-(-9); Bethany, Allen 29-168, House 3-(-9).

Passing—Ottawa, J. Johnson 15-25-1-209, Adamson 2-3-0-66; Bethany, House 24-45-2-313, Team 0-1-0-0.

Receiving—Ottawa, J. Anderson 12-238, Tucker 4-25, Baer 1-12; Bethany, R. Anderson 8-134, S. Johnson 5-83, Martino 5-45, Thompson 2-26, Garza 1-13, Childs Jr. 1-12, Allen 1-4, King II 1-(-4).

MIAA

Washburn 42, Emporia State 0 — The Ichabods rolled in the Turnpike Tussle at Topeka behind two touchdowns from senior wide receiver and Bishop Carroll product Joe Hastings.

Emporia State (5-6, 3-6) 0 0 0 0 — 0 Washburn (6-4, 5-3) 14 14 14 0 — 42

W—Cooper 2 run (Ivanisevic kick)

W—Hastings 2 pass from Simoneau (Ivanisevic kick)

W—Henry 6 pass from Simoneau (Ivanisevic kick)

W—Simoneau 1 run (Ivanisevic kick)

W—Beard 24 pass from Somoneau (Ivanisevic kick)

W—Hastings 9 pass from Simoneau (Ivanisevic kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Emporia State, S. Smith 18-111, Horton 5-39, Abner 8-25, Greene 4-14, Coursen 1-12, Smart 2-2, Etheridge 1-0, Richardson 4-(-8); Washburn, Cooper 14-84; Haug 13-63, Schoenberg 7-59, Simoneau 1-1.

Passing—Emporia State, S. Smith 6-13-1-41, Greene 2-7-1-26; Washburn, Simoneau 16-29-0-218, Kasel 4-8-0-22.

Receiving—Emporia State, Hageman, 3-27, Love 1-22, Horton 1-8, Johnson 1-6, Richardson 1-4, Abner 1-0; Washburn, Hastings 5-43, Beard 3-60, Cooper 2-38, Garner 2-34, Hurst 2-19, Mosby 2-14, Iverson 1-18, Henry 1-6, Haug 1-4 Thurber 1-4.

Missouri Southern 41, Fort Hays State 31 — Missouri Southern sent the Tigers to 1-7 in MIAA play with the victory at Hays.

Missouri Southern7 3 14 17 — 41 Fort Hays State0 10 0 21 — 31

MS—Howard 1 run (Herndon kick)

FH—Kimbrough 18 FG

FH—Walker 1 run (Kimbrough kick)

MS—Herndon 35 FG

MS—Threat 21 pass from McDonald (Herndon kick)

MS—Gedward 1 run (Herndon kick)

FH—Walker 1 run (Kimbrough kick)

MS—Herndon 21 FG

MS—Threat 19 pass from Howard (Herndon kick)

FH—Scales 45 pass from Garrison (Kimbrough kick)

MS—Gedward 6 run (Herndon kick)

FH—Williams 46 pass from Garrison (Kimbrough kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Missouri Southern, Gedward 30-134, Threat 3-12, Jackson 1-5, Cox 1-3, Team 1-(-2), Howard 13-(-13); Fort Hays State, Walker 11-62, Garrison 10-47, Jacques 4-5.

Passing—Missouri Southern, Howard 18-28-0-328, Pearl 1-1-0-29, McDonald 1-1-0-21; Fort Hays State, Garrison, 27-50-3-415.

Receiving—Missouri Southern, Threat 10-225, Wood 5-75, Lepper 2-12, Botts 1-31, Cox 1-24, Gedward 1-11; Fort Hays State, Williams 7-99, Walker 7-36, Scales 5-129, Murdock 4-67, Gadwood 2-61, Mercer 1-19, Jacques 1-4.

Pittsburg State 17, Truman 14 _ Truman's Derek Koon missed a 36-yard field goal as time expired and the Gorillas held on for the win at Pittsburg. Pittsburg State linebacker Nate Dreiling, the NCAA Division II leader in tackles, led all players with 12 stops.

Truman (4-6, 2-6) 3 3 0 8 — 14 Pittsburg State (5-5, 3-5) 3 7 7 0 — 17

P—Craig 38 field goal

T—Koon 22 field goal

T—Koon 19 field goal

P—Wilson 4 run (Craig kick)

P—Morris 12 run (Craig kick)

T—Blue 15 pass from Davis (Grier from Davis)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Truman, Mosquera 16-74, Davis 22-71, Taylor 2-14, Harvey 3-14, Team 1-(-1), Schottel 3-(-6). Pittsburg State, Isaac 18-82, Wilson 7-55, Clemons 5-23, Dickey 5-19, Morris 2-10, Smith 3-(-8).

Passing—Truman, Davis 13-24-210, Schottel 0-1. Pittsburg State, Dickey 3-12-31-1, Smith 3-4-29-1.

Receiving—Truman, Brown 4-88, Grier 4-69, Blue 2-27, Roberts 1-16, Harvey 1-5, Mundwiller 1-5. Pittsburg State, Thomas 2-23, Holt 2-18, Morris 1-11, Wyrick 1-8.

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