The roar from the visiting stands at Salina District Stadium wasn’t for Bishop Carroll’s seventh touchdown. It came after the referee explained by the public-address system that the rest of the game, by rule, would be played with a running clock.
DERBY – One yard was all Derby needed in order to give itself a chance to tie the score with Hutchinson in the game’s final two minutes Friday night. One yard to keep its hopes alive to defend its Class 6A title.
In his private moments this week, Heights defensive lineman Carlos Taylor never tried to talk himself out of the idea that his team, one that lost to Bishop Carroll by 55 points less than two months ago, could beat the Golden Eagles.