Dreiling leads Pittsburg State to win in home opener

09/09/2012 8:05 AM

09/09/2012 8:06 AM

All-American linebacker Nate Dreiling led No. 1 Pittsburg State with 12 tackles as the defending NCAA Division II champions rolled to a 35-19 win over Central Oklahoma in front of 10,754 fans at their home opener at Pittsburg.

Anthony Abenoja threw for 296 yards and ruhsed for 92 yards for Pittsburg State.

In other MIAA action, Central Missouri upset No. 3 Northwest Missouri 31-21 at Warrensburg, Mo.

Central Okla. (0-2, 0-2) 0 7 5 7 19
Pittsburg St. (2-0, 2-0) 10 14 0 10 34

P—Argabright 12 pass from Abenoja (Frazell kick)

P—FG Frazell 28

P—Abenoja 18 run (Frazell kick)

C—Ingram 10 pass from Nelson (Robbs kick)

P—Wilson 14 run (Frazell kick)

C—safety

C—FG Robbs 19

P—Abenoja 17 run (Frazell kick)

C—Birmingham 4 run (Robbs kick)

P—FG Frazell 29

Individual statistics

Rushing—Central, Birmingham 19-122, Nelson 11-22, Bobo 3-1. PSU, Wilson 9-108, Brown 2-69, Abenoja 18-54, Spradling 4-11, Tillman 2-10, Poston 1-3, Seybold 1-2, Rampy 1-(-3), team 2-(-10).

Passing—Central, Nelson 18-35-2 191. PSU, Abenoja 12-21-1 296.

Receiving—Central, Holland 4-37, Morrell 3-44, Walters 3-28, Wood 3-28, Ingram 2-12, Birmingham 1-17, Johnson 1-15, Travis 1-10. PSU, Brown 7-127, Castaneda 6-100, Spradling 2-19, Argabright 1-12, Lutman 1-11, Rampy 1-10, Seybold 1-8, Letchworth 1-9, Tillman 1-4.

Emporia State 58, Nebraska-Kearney 35 — Emporia State’s Tyler Eckenrode was 30-of-43 passing for 367 yards and four touchdowns, with Shjuan Richardson catching 15 passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns. The Hornets improved to 2-0 with the win at Kearney, Neb.

Emporia State (2-0, 2-0) 24 17 10 7 58
Neb-Kearney (0-2, 0-2) 0 22 6 7 35

E—FG Jonas 28

E—Tice 4 run (Jonas kick)

E—Davis 5 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

K—Rankin 2 pass from Kaiser (Farlee kick)

E—Rihcardson 42 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

E—FG Kuhns 45

K—Lehner 24 pass from Kaiser (Schrodt pass from Flanagan)

E—Taylor 35 fumble return (Kuhns kick)

K—Golti 9 pass from Flanagan (Farlee kick)

E—FG Jonas 27

E—Weaver 32 interception return (Jonas kick)

K—Flanagan 23 pass from Romero (kick failed)

E—Richardson 35 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

K—Schrodt 6 pass from Bride (Farlee kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing—ESU, Eckenrode 8-51, Tice 10-33, Iwuagwa 8-29, Richardson 1-18, Banister 2-7, Wilson 1-2, Hall 3-(-6). Kearney, Rush 9-52, Rankins 4-38, Trinidad 7-24, Flanagan 7-20, Romero 3-3, Kaiser 10-3, Bride 1-0, team 1-0.

Passing—ESU, Eckenrode 30-43-0 367. Kearney, Kaiser 16-33-2 148, Romero 6-13-0 72, Flanagan 1-1-0 9, Bride d1-1-0 6.

Receiving—ESU, Richardson 15-204, Willis 4-70, Schlitz 4-45, Davis 2-17, Tice 2-0, Iwuagwa 1-19, Smithton 1-7, Ervin 1-5. Kearney, Flanagan 6-50, Lehner 5-58, Golti 3-26, Chambers 2-29, Klein 2-29, Stone 2-21, Rankin 2-9, Berry 1-7, Schrodt 1-6.

No. 15 Washburn 45, Fort Hays State 25 — Washburn led 42-0 at halftime in a rout at Hays. Ichabods’ quarterback Mitch Buhler threw for 252 yards and four touchdowns.

Washburn 28 14 3 0 45
Fort Hays St. 0 0 6 14 20

W—Kobbeman 17 pass from Buhler (Linn kick)

W—Hart 40 pass from Buhler (Linn kick)

W—Fancher 19 pass from Buhler (Linn kick)

W—Francher 52 pass from Buhler (Linn kick)

W—Stewart 32 run (Linn kick)

F—Austin 1 run (kick failed)

W—FG Linn 30

F—Dumas 28 interception return (O’Brien kick)

F—Alexander 3 pass from Austin (O’Brien kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing—Washburn, Stewart 11-87, Groves 16-80, Brown 7-72, Lockhart 12-62, Buhler 1-6. FHS, Brown 21-114, Ohide 1-3, Austin 9-1, Smith 1-(-3).

Passing—Washburn, Buhler 15-20-0 252, Piper 1-7-1 6. FHS, Austin 13-31-1 131.

Receiving—Washburn, Hurst 5-77, Hart 3-49, Kobbeman 3-35, Fancher 2-71, Stewart 2-16, Groves 1-10. FHS, Cordon 4-55, Alexander 3-29, Gallon 3-22, Ohide 1-12, G. Brown 1-9, A. Brown 1-4.

JAYHAWK

Hutchinson 63, Garden City 49 — Hutchinson survived in a must-win game at Garden City thanks to a school-record 308 rushing yards from Terrell Lane. The Blue Dragons also broke the school record with 716 yards of total offense.

In other Jayhawk action, Coffeyville defeated Air Force Prep 29-23, Independence defeated Arkansas Baptist 27-20 and Highland defeated Dodge City 32-10.

Hutchinson (2-1, 2-0) 13 15 21 14 63
Garden City (2-1, 1-1) 21 7 7 14 49

H—Lane 5 run (kick blocked)

G—Marshall 1 run (Peterson kick)

H—Lane 64 run (Mesh kick)

G—Silva 68 pass from Marshall (Peterson kick)

H—Lane 2 pass from Barnes (Mesh kick)

H—Lane 19 pass from Barnes (Johnson pass from Barnes)

G—Silva 3 pass from Marshall (Peterson kick)

G—Hill 100 kickoff return (Chavez kick)

H—Stewart 44 pass from Barnes (Mesh kick)

H—Johnson 24 pass from Barnes (Mesh kick)

H—Stewart 41 pass from Barnes (Mesh kick)

G—Coleman 6 pass from Marshall (Chavez kick)

H—Johnson 33 pass from Barnes (Mesh kick)

G—Kelly 30 pass from Marshall (Chavez kick)

H—Lane 59 run (Mesh kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing—Hutch, Lane 29-308, Barnes 7-28, Mayes 4-12, Johns 1-4, Campbell 1-4, Stewart 1-2, team 1-(-1). Garden City, Tyler 8-69,. Marshall 16-52, Curran 2-12, Coleman 1-12, Hill 1-(-1).

Passing—Hutch, Barnes 29-45-0 359, Lane 0-1-0. Garden City, Marshall 18-33-4 405, Curran 0-1-0.

Receiving—Hutch, Stewart 7-138, Cook 6-45, Lane 6-42, Johnson 4-65, Mayes 3-36, Johns 2-28, Thierolf 1-5. Garden City, Coleman 8-89, Silva 4-133, Hill 3-125, Kelly 3-58.

KCAC

McPherson 14, No. 24 Bethany 0 — Havelock Pomele rushed for 60 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs to the upset at Lindsborg. McPherson quarterback Jake Snodgrass threw for 166 yards and ran for 59 yards.

In other KCAC action, Kansas Wesleyan upset No. 11 Ottawa 31-28 at Salina.

McPherson (1-1, 1-0) 0 7 0 7 14
Bethany (1-1, 0-1)) 0 0 0 0 0

M—Pomele 2 run (Cunningham kick)

M—Pomele 12 run (Cunningham kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—McPherson, Pomele 17-60, Snodgrass 10-59, Jones 14-27, Thibedeaux 1-2. Bethany, Linnebur 16-73, Williams 1-10, Dovenbarger 1-5.

Passing—McPherson, 18-27-166-2. Bethany, House 17-31-135-3.

Receiving—McPherson, Record 8-55, White 2-27, O’Rourke 2-22, Patton 2-20. Bethany, Thompson 6-28, Francon 5-52, Linnebur 2-20, Dovenbarger 2-13.

Southwestern 27, Bethel 13 — Southwestern’s Anthony Sims rushed for 147 yards in the win at Winfield.

Bethel (0-2, 0-1) 0 6 0 7 13
Southwestern (1-1, 1-0) 6 0 7 14 27

S—Barrett 2 run (kick blocked)

B—Suchsland 3 run (Dao kick)

S—Anthony 3 run (Mayer kick)

B—Ortega 54 pass from Pratt (Dao kick)

S—Vargas 23 pass from Barrett (Mayer kick)

S—Barrett 1 run (Mayer kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Bethel, Suchsland 19-88, Sykes 11-32, Jones 2-25, Pratt 5-22, team 1-0, Stultz 4-(-3), Jonec 3-(-6). Southwestern, Sims 22-147, Johnson 19-60, May 2-14, Barrett 4-12.

Passing—Bethel, Pratt 5-10-0 95, Jonec 2-4-0 17, Sykes 2-4-0 10. Southwestern, Barrett 10-23-2 92, May 4-12-0 54.

Receiving—Bethel, Ortega 1-54, Jones 3-31, Sykes 2-21, Suchsland 1-14, Regier 1-3, Jonec 1-(-1). Southwestern, Vargas 5-56, Trembley 2-37, Bannister 3-25, Butler 3-24, Davenport 1-4.

Tabor 12, Sterling 7 — Tabor got all of its points off field goals in a win over visiting Sterling.

Sterling 0 7 0 0 7
Tabor 0 3 6 3 12

T—Cannon 25 FG

S—Cardona 1 run (Dunn kick)

T—Cannon 10 FG

T—Cannon 11 FG

T—Cannon 11 FG

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Sterling, Cardona 15-49, Lawson 12-44, Hudsperth 5-43, Skinner 2-4. Tabor, Monroe 27-87, McKee 11-65, Johnson 4-18, Polley 5-17, Bradley 3-9.

Passing—Cardona 11-19-1 133. Tabor, McKee 15-20-1 118.

Receiving—Sterling, Coleman 5-69, Hudsperth 3-6, Lawson 2-17, Schmidt 1-41. Tabor, Giffin 5-36, Johnson 2-15, Bauer 2-13, Simmons 2-26, Monroe 1-6, Rozzell 1-3, Mujca 1-9, Anderson 1-10.

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