Butler beats Independence by 77

09/16/2012 8:49 AM

09/16/2012 8:50 AM

Top-ranked Pittsburg State gave up a first-quarter touchdown, then scored 52 straight points to beat Southwest Baptist in an MIAA game Saturday in Bolivar, Mo.

Tony Abenoja passed for 259 yards and two touchdowns as Pitt State (3-0, 3-0 MIAA) led 31-7 at halftime. John Brown caught a touchdown pass and 119 yards on six catches. Southwest Baptist (0-3, 0-3) was limited to 139 yards.

SW Baptist 7 0 0 2 9
Pittsburg St. 21 10 14 7 52

SB — Lauderdale 8 pass from Connors (Colliver kick)

PSU — Brown 26 pass from Abenoja (Frazell kick)

PSU — Wilson 4 run (Frazell kick)

PSU — Sanders 17 fumble ret. (Frazell kick)

PSU — Castaneda 39 pass from Abenoja (frazell kick)

PSU — Frazell 32 FG

PSU — Wilson 1 run (Frazell kick)

PSU — Spradling 14 run (Frazell kick)

PSU — Watkins 1 run (Frazell kick)

SB — Safety

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Pittsburg State, Harger 4-(-6), Brown 1-2, Tanner 4-12, Abenoja 2-(-3), Watkins 12-41, Spradling 8-21, Tillman 1-7, Wilson 11-42, Dixon 2-(-1). Southwest Baptist, Luaderdale 1-(-2), Harris 8-(-16), Manuma 1-15, Connors 13-1, Swortwood 2-(-11), McWright 4-28, Colliver 1-18.

Passing — Pittsburg State, Harger 2-3-18-0; Tanner 1-1-16-0, Abenoja 17-27-259-0. Southwest Baptist, Connors 16-29-96-1, Swortwood 1-3-10-0.

Receiving — Pittsburg State, Castaneda 4-53, Brown 6-119, Lutman 2-20, Spradling 1-14, Wilson 1-1, Rampy 1-15, Letchworth 3-21, Argabright 2-50. Southwest Baptist, Lauderdale 4-25, Duhaney 6-29, Harris 2-4, Mourik 3-28, Sundstrom 1-10, Frazell 1-10.

Emporia State 42, Central Oklahoma 14 — Tyler Eckenrode completed 22 of 39 passes for 310 yards and four touchdowns for the host Spartans, who also had a season-high 228 rushing yards. Shjuan Richardson had 100 receiving yards and three TDs, his third straight triple-digit game.

C. Oklahoma 0 6 8 0 14
Emporia St. 14 14 7 7 42

ESU—Richardson 15 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick

ESU—Richardson 43 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

ESU—Eckenrode 12 run (Jonas kick

UCO—Morrell 8 pass from Nelson (kick failed)

ESU—Tice 1 run (Jonas kick)

ESU—Ervin 42 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

UCO—Birmingham 12 run (Holland from Nelson)

ESU—Richardson 20 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Central Oklahoma: Birmingham 19-71, Bobo 6-22, Nelson 9-16. Emporia State: Tice 12-91, Eckenrode 13-57, Hall 8-51, Iwuagwa 6-15, Willis 1-8, Wilson 2-8, Gentz 1-0.

Passing — Central Oklahoma: Nelson 22-44-231-3. Emporia State: Eckenrode 22-39-310-1, Wilson 0-1-0.

Receiving — Central Oklahoma: Morrell 6-103, Johnson 3-24, Hood 3-20, Holland 2-40, Walters 2-16, Birmingham 2-12, Travis 2-10, Bobo 1-5, Aschenbrenner 1-1. Emporia State: Richardson 7-100, Davis 6-91, Schiltz 4-48, Ervin 1-42, Iwuagwa 1-13, Smithton 1-7, Willis 1-6, Tice 1-3.

No. 13 Northwest Missouri 48, Fort Hays State 10 — The visiting Tigers gave up 543 yards, a disadvantage of 320 yards. Addie Brown led Fort Hays with 23 carries for 72 yards, but the Tigers trailed 34-3 at halftime.

Fort Hays St. 3 0 0 7 10
NW Mo. St. 14 20 7 7 48

NW—Simmons 7 pass from Seals (Adolf kick)

FHSU—O’Brien 37 field goal

NW—Franklin 9 run (Adolf kick)

NW—Bolles 23 run (Adolf kick)

NW—Adolf 22 field goal

NW—Shaw 6 pass from Seals (Adolf kick)

NW—Adolf 48 field goal

NW—Dixon 2 blocked punt return (Adolf kick)

NW—Creason 4 run (Adolf kick)

FHSU—Brown 2 run (O’Brien kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Fort Hays State: Brown 23-72, Albert 3-19, Owens 1-19, Austin 7-17. NW Missouri State: Bolles 17-111, Franklin 9-77, Simmons 3-32, Seals 7-29, Creason 6-26, Lohnes 4-14.

Passing — Fort Hays State: Austin 9-24-96-2. NW Missouri State: Seals 12-19-146-0, Bolles 11-14-1-9-1.

Receiving — Fort Hays State: Callins 3-43, Hageman 2-36, Cordon 2-7, Brown 1-6, Brown 1-4. NW Missouri State: Shaw 4-37, Simmons 4-35, Creason 3-31, Hincey 2-49, Flint 2-29, Young 2-20, Defeo 2-19, Adema-Shulte 2-17, Utter 1-13, Franklin 1-5.

Jayhawk Conference

Coffeyville 34, Fort Scott 28, OT — Visiting Coffeyville won a game that featured three scoreless overtime possessions before Andre Allen’s 13-yard touchdown run. Fort Scott stopped Coffeyville on the first OT possession’s fourth down, then Coffeyville’s Owen Johnson intercepted a pass to force a second OT. Fort Scott missed a 42-yard field goal before Allen’s heroics.

Fort Scott’s Owen Jordan completed 28 of 51 passes for 286 yards and three touchdowns.

Coffeyville 0 7 7 14 6 34
Fort Scott 14 0 0 14 0 28

FS—Ward 5 pass from Jordan (Whitrock kick)

FS—Hagan 6 run (Whitrock kick)

C—Billingsley 15 pass from Derby (Bishop kick)

C—Howard 45 interception return (Bishop kick)

C—Reed 21 pass from Derby (Bishop kick)

C—Allen 2 run (Bishop kick)

FS—Ward 26 pass from Jordan (Whitrock kick)

FS—Hoskin 9 pass from Jordan (Whitrock kick)

C—Allen 13 run

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Coffeyville: Atzenweiler 17-99, Derby 4-47, Allen 16-42, Teters 3-7, Peters 1-(-1), Jackson 2-(-3). Fort Scott: Hagan 42-95, Jordan 1-0.

Passing — Coffeyville: Derby 10-30-130-1. Fort Scott: Jordan 28-51-286-4.

Receiving — Coffeyville: Billingsley 3-32, Reed 2-52, Berry 2-9, Hinojos 1-16, Knorr 1-12, Reed 1-9. Fort Scott: Hoskin 10-118, Hagan 10-67, Ward 5-66, Gans 3-35.

State/

Juco

Butler beats Independence by 77

Dreamius Smith rushed for 157 yards and three touchdowns, part of Butler’s 714-yard performance in an 84-7 Jayhawk Conference victory at Independence on Saturday night.

Quarterback Billy Cosh completed 22 of 31 passes for 391 yards and three touchdowns. The Grizzlies ran 90 plays and averaged 7.9 yards.

Butler 21 28 14 21 84
Independence 0 7 0 0 7

B—Blue 46 pass from Cosh (Rawlings kick)

B—D. Smith 1 run (Rawlings kick)

B—Allen 2 run (Rawlings kick)

B—Hurla 19 pass from Cosh (Rawlings kick)

B—D. Smith 3 run (Rawlings kick)

I—Dozier 51 pass from Cooper (Heide kick)

B—D. Smith 4 run (Rawlings kick)

B—Blue 20 pass from Cosh (Rawlings kick)

B—D. Smith 1 run (Rawlings kick)

B—Suggs 3 run (Rawlings kick)

B—Thomas 1 run (Rawlings kick)

B—Harrison 2 run (Rawlings kick)

B—Allen 10 run (Rawlings kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Butler: D. Smith 19-157, Allen 12-61, Suggs 13-43, Harrison 2-10, Miles 2-1, Everett 1-0, Cosh 1-(-1). Independence: Dinham 18-63, Carter 10-59, Taylor 6-40, Helferich 3-4, Cooper 8-(-25).

Passing — Butler: Cosh 22-31-391-0, Harrison 5-7-54-0. Independence: Cooper 9-24-110-0.

Receiving — Butler: Blue 5-135, Fields 4-85, Elliot 4-56, Hurla 4-40, Walker 1-32, Glatczak 1-26, Jones 2-19, Allen 1-14, Hallman 2-11, Oharah 1-10, D. Smith 1-9, Olson 1-8. Independence, Dozier 6-88, Clark 1-11, Nitz 1-11, Carter 1-0.

Hutchinson 45, Dodge City 10 — Luke Barnes threw for 350 yards and four touchdowns as host Hutch won. Running back Terrell Lane carried 25 times for 123 yards, and Jatavius Steward caught 12 passes for 136 yards and a TD.

Dodge City 3 0 7 0 10
Hutchinson 0 15 13 17 45

D—Gottsponer 18 field goal

H—Lane 1 run (kick blocked)

H—Mesh 25 field goal

H—Hannah 29 fumble recovery (run failed)

H—Johnson 13 pass from Barnes (run failed)

D—Reed 61 pass from Stewart (Avelar kick)

H—Johns 39 pass from Barnes (Mesh kick)

H—Johnson 10 pass from Barnes (Mesh kick)

H—Mesh 38 field goal

H—Johns 39 pass from Barnes (Mesh kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Dodge City: Walls 17-36, Banner 14-16, Misak 1-2, Stewart 7-(-7). Hutchinson: Lane 25-123, Mooney 13-78, Barnes 1-5.

Passing — Dodge City: Stewart 18-24-199-0. Hutchinson: Barnes 32-54-350-1.

Receiving — Dodge City: Reed 5-92, Swonger 5-54, Jones 3-41, Walls 3-9, Banner 1-4, Hendricks 1-(-1). Hutchinson: Stewart 12-136, Johnson 9-104, Johns 6-96, Cook 3-4, Mooney 1-9, Lane 1-1.

Coffeyville 34, Fort Scott 28, OT — Visiting Coffeyville won a game that featured three scoreless overtime possessions before Andre Allen’s 13-yard touchdown run. Fort Scott stopped Coffeyville on the first OT possession’s fourth down, then Coffeyville’s Owen Johnson intercepted a pass to force a second OT. Fort Scott missed a 42-yard field goal before Allen’s heroics.

Coffeyville 0 7 7 14 6 34
Fort Scott 14 0 0 14 0 28

FS—Ward 5 pass from Jordan (Whitrock kick)

FS—Hagan 6 run (Whitrock kick)

C—Billingsley 15 pass from Derby (Bishop kick)

C—Howard 45 interception return (Bishop kick)

C—Reed 21 pass from Derby (Bishop kick)

C—Allen 2 run (Bishop kick)

FS—Ward 26 pass from Jordan (Whitrock kick)

FS—Hoskin 9 pass from Jordan (Whitrock kick)

C—Allen 13 run

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Coffeyville: Atzenweiler 17-99, Derby 4-47, Allen 16-42, Teters 3-7, Peters 1-(-1), Jackson 2-(-3). Fort Scott: Hagan 42-95, Jordan 1-0.

Passing — Coffeyville: Derby 10-30-130-1. Fort Scott: Jordan 28-51-286-4.

Receiving — Coffeyville: Billingsley 3-32, Reed 2-52, Berry 2-9, Hinojos 1-16, Knorr 1-12, Reed 1-9. Fort Scott: Hoskin 10-118, Hagan 10-67, Ward 5-66, Gans 3-35.

MIAA

No. 1 Pittsburg State 52, SW Baptist 9 — Tony Abenoja passed for 259 yards and two touchdowns as visiting Pitt State stayed unbeaten. John Brown caught a touchdown pass and 119 yards on six catches. Southwest Baptist was limited to 139 yards.

Pittsburg St. 21 10 14 7 52
SW Baptist 7 0 0 2 9

SB — Lauderdale 8 pass from Connors (Colliver kick)

PSU — Brown 26 pass from Abenoja (Frazell kick)

PSU — Wilson 4 run (Frazell kick)

PSU — Sanders 17 fumble ret. (Frazell kick)

PSU — Castaneda 39 pass from Abenoja (frazell kick)

PSU — Frazell 32 FG

PSU — Wilson 1 run (Frazell kick)

PSU — Spradling 14 run (Frazell kick)

PSU — Watkins 1 run (Frazell kick)

SB — Safety

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Pittsburg State, Harger 4-(-6), Brown 1-2, Tanner 4-12, Abenoja 2-(-3), Watkins 12-41, Spradling 8-21, Tillman 1-7, Wilson 11-42, Dixon 2-(-1). Southwest Baptist, Luaderdale 1-(-2), Harris 8-(-16), Manuma 1-15, Connors 13-1, Swortwood 2-(-11), McWright 4-28, Colliver 1-18.

Passing — Pittsburg State, Harger 2-3-18-0; Tanner 1-1-16-0, Abenoja 17-27-259-0. Southwest Baptist, Connors 16-29-96-1, Swortwood 1-3-10-0.

Receiving — Pittsburg State, Castaneda 4-53, Brown 6-119, Lutman 2-20, Spradling 1-14, Wilson 1-1, Rampy 1-15, Letchworth 3-21, Argabright 2-50. Southwest Baptist, Lauderdale 4-25, Duhaney 6-29, Harris 2-4, Mourik 3-28, Sundstrom 1-10, Frazell 1-10.

Emporia State 42, Central Oklahoma 14 — Tyler Eckenrode completed 22 of 39 passes for 310 yards and four touchdowns for the host Spartans, who also had a season-high 228 rushing yards.

C. Oklahoma 0 6 8 0 14
Emporia St. 14 14 7 7 42

ESU—Richardson 15 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick

ESU—Richardson 43 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

ESU—Eckenrode 12 run (Jonas kick

UCO—Morrell 8 pass from Nelson (kick failed)

ESU—Tice 1 run (Jonas kick)

ESU—Ervin 42 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

UCO—Birmingham 12 run (Holland from Nelson)

ESU—Richardson 20 pass from Eckenrode (Jonas kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Central Oklahoma: Birmingham 19-71, Bobo 6-22, Nelson 9-16. Emporia State: Tice 12-91, Eckenrode 13-57, Hall 8-51, Iwuagwa 6-15, Willis 1-8, Wilson 2-8, Gentz 1-0.

Passing — Central Oklahoma: Nelson 22-44-231-3. Emporia State: Eckenrode 22-39-310-1, Wilson 0-1-0.

Receiving — Central Oklahoma: Morrell 6-103, Johnson 3-24, Hood 3-20, Holland 2-40, Walters 2-16, Birmingham 2-12, Travis 2-10, Bobo 1-5, Aschenbrenner 1-1. Emporia State: Richardson 7-100, Davis 6-91, Schiltz 4-48, Ervin 1-42, Iwuagwa 1-13, Smithton 1-7, Willis 1-6, Tice 1-3.

No. 13 Northwest Missouri 48, Fort Hays State 10 — The visiting Tigers gave up 543 yards, a disadvantage of 320 yards.

Fort Hays St. 3 0 0 7 10
NW Mo. St. 14 20 7 7 48

NW—Simmons 7 pass from Seals (Adolf kick)

FHSU—O’Brien 37 field goal

NW—Franklin 9 run (Adolf kick)

NW—Bolles 23 run (Adolf kick)

NW—Adolf 22 field goal

NW—Shaw 6 pass from Seals (Adolf kick)

NW—Adolf 48 field goal

NW—Dixon 2 blocked punt return (Adolf kick)

NW—Creason 4 run (Adolf kick)

FHSU—Brown 2 run (O’Brien kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Fort Hays State: Brown 23-72, Albert 3-19, Owens 1-19, Austin 7-17. NW Missouri State: Bolles 17-111, Franklin 9-77, Simmons 3-32, Seals 7-29, Creason 6-26, Lohnes 4-14.

Passing — Fort Hays State: Austin 9-24-96-2. NW Missouri State: Seals 12-19-146-0, Bolles 11-14-1-9-1.

Receiving — Fort Hays State: Callins 3-43, Hageman 2-36, Cordon 2-7, Brown 1-6, Brown 1-4. NW Missouri State: Shaw 4-37, Simmons 4-35, Creason 3-31, Hincey 2-49, Flint 2-29, Young 2-20, Defeo 2-19, Adema-Shulte 2-17, Utter 1-13, Franklin 1-5.

Washburn 35, Northeastern State 21 — The No. 9 Ichabods won at home despite being outgained 423 yards to 286.

NE State 10 0 0 10 20
Washburn 7 17 0 0 24

N—Patton 46 FG

W—Hurst 9 pass from Buhler (Linn kick)

N—Sherman 46 pass from Deaton (Patton kick)

W—Connors 26 blocked punt return (Linn kick)

W—Linn 26 FG

W—Stewart 1 run (Linn kick)

N—Rockmore 3 run (Patton kick)

N—Patton 27 FG

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Northeastern: Rockmore 15-176, Dixon 16-61, Deaton 4-18. Washburn: Groves 19-47,Lockhart 9-28, Stewart 7-22, Fancher 1-19, Brown 2-5, Buhler 2-0.

Passing — Northeastern: Deaton 17-39-172-2. Washburn: Buhler 16-32-169-1.

Receiving — Northeastern: Sherman 6-84, McJunkins 3-24, Dvorak 3-20, Whitlow 1-23, Coleman 1-7, Rockmore 1-5, Dixon 1-5, Bryant 1-4. Washburn: Kobbeman 5-91, Hurst 3-23, Hart 2-29, Mertz 2-17, Brown 1-12, Fancher 1-3, Stewart 1-1, Groves 1-(-7).

KCAC

Friends 17, Southern Nazarene 7 — The host Falcons held Southern Nazarene to 143 yards, including minus-34 rushing. Lance Taylor had an 80-yard Friends touchdown run in the first quarter.

S. Nazarene 0 0 0 7 7
Friends 14 0 0 03 14

F--Taylor 80 run (Pohlman kick)

F--Hankerson 6 run (Pohlman kick)

F--Pholman 27 FG

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Friends, Taylor 16-123, Hankerson 20-78, Racette 1-51, Scott 6-31, Barber 3-17.

Passing — Friends, Racette 9-13-39-0.

Receiving — Friends, Taylor 4-23, Allen 2-7, Kelly 2-7, Butts 1-2.

Kansas Wesleyan 14, Sterling 11 — Touchdowns from Zach McClain and Brett Giesen led visiting KWU by Sterling.

KWU 0 7 0 7 14
Sterling 0 3 0 8 11

KW—McClain 26 pass from Dallas (Stecker kick)

S—Dunn 30 FG

KW—Giesen 6 run (Stecker kick)

S—Coleman 14 pass from Cardona (Schmidt from Cardona)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Kansas Wesleyan: Giesen 29-82, Turner 13-55, Dallas 4-(-6). Sterling: Cardona 15-59, Hudsperth 8-48, Lawson 7-22, Reid 2-(-2).

Passing — Kansas Wesleyan: Dallas 21-30-179-0. Sterling: Cardona 19-38-186-1.

Receiving — Kansas Wesleyan: McClain 8-77, Roberts 5-54, Myers 5-44, Vela 1-5, Sachs 1-0, Giesen 1-(-1). Sterling: Coleman 6-87, Schmidt 3-36, Hudsperth 7-30, Morley 1-19, Reid 1-10, Palmer 1-4.

Bethany 16, Bethel 0 — Host Bethel was held to 159 yards in a shutout.

Bethany 7 7 2 0 16
Bethel 0 0 0 0 0

Bethany—Linnebur 4 run (Retchless kick)

Bethany—Linnebur 1 run (Retchless kick)

Bethany—Safety

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Bethany: Linnebur 38-198, Grist 3-21, team 1-0, House 6-(-13). Bethel: Pratt 14-48, Jones 3-22, Neill 7-18, C.Stultz 1-4, Ortega 1-(-1), Jonec 1-(-4), Tarrant 1-(-16).

Passing — Bethany: House 19-32-177-0. Bethel: Pratt 5-13-0, 70 yards; Jonec 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — Bethany: Thompson 7-82, Martino 3-41, Linnebur 4-14, Parks 1-14, Johnson 2-12, Franco 1-7, Wollenberg 1-7. Bethel: Regier 1-45, Jones 2-17, Suchsland 1-4, C.Stultz 1-4.

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