State Colleges

Bulldogs shine in KCAC showdown

Shane Mascarenas threw for 418 yards and four touchdowns as No. 9 McPherson rolled to a convincing, 56-24 win over No. 7 Ottawa on Saturday at McPherson.

Aaron Lafitte ran for 101 yards and three touchdowns for the Bulldogs, who handed the defending KCAC champions their first league loss since 2008.

Ottawa (1-1, 2-1) 3 0 7 14 — 24 McPherson (2-0, 3-0) 14 21 7 14 — 56

M—Lafitte 23 run (Eason kick)

M—Lafitte 4 run (Eason kick)

O—Wieder 36 FG

M—Skinner 27 pass from Mascarenas (Eason kick)

M—Thibodeaux 2 run (Eason kick)

M—Middleton 19 pass from Mascarenas (Eason kick)

M—Lonberger 6 pass from Mascarenas (Eason kick)

O—Gimzo 6 run (Wieder kick)

M—Lafitte 1 run (Eason kick)

M—Lonberger 10 pass from Mascarenas (Eason kick)

O—Baer 10 run (Wieder kick)

O—Wickley 1 run (Wieder kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Ottawa, Baer 15-54, Tucker 4-10, Anderson 2-9, Funk 1-8; McPherson, Lafitte 23-101, Thibodeaux 6-77, Mascarenas 2-4, German 2-0.

Passing—Ottawa, Adamson, 21-44-2-237; McPherson, Mascarenas 25-37-3-418, Snodgrass 3-3-0-23.

Receiving—Ottawa, Tucker 6-60, Anderson 5-66, Gimzo 4-57, Davidsmeyer 4-43; McPherson, Middleton 8-128, Lonberger 6I-69, Skinner 5-111, Muor 4-100.

Friends 20, Southwestern 17 — Friends rallied from a 17-6 deficit for the victory at Winfield, taking the lead back on a 4-yard touchdown pass from Jayme Bristow to Cody Butts with 5:26 left in the fourth quarter. Mike Hyde led the Falcons with 110 yards receiving on eight catches and a touchdown. Michael Coppock led Southwestern with 105 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Friends (1-1, 1-1) 6 0 0 14 — 20 Southwestern (0-2, 0-3) 7 7 3 0 — 17

SW—Coppock 5 run (Ledy kick)

F—Hyde 40 pass from Bristow (kick failed)

SW—Coppock 44 run (Ledy kick)

SW—Ledy 30 FG

F—Goerzen 6 run (run failed)

F—Butts 4 pass from Bristow (Womack from Bristow)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Friends, Bolander 9-33, J. Trotter 13-28, Goerzen 8-23, Pierce 2-17, C. Trotter 1-10, Bristow 13-(-25); Southwestern, Coppock 12-105, Meyers 8-40, Pataki 1-24, Holbert 5-12, Yancey 1-(-7), Barrett 7-(-11).

Passing—Friends, Bristow 21-29-0-227; Southwestern, Barrett 7-19-1-74.

Receiving—Friends, Hyde 8-110, Pierce 6-75, C. Trotter 2-20, Butts 3-12, Bolander 1-5, Womack 1-5; Southwestern, Hutchinson 2-27, Mefby 2-22, Schaefer 1-14, Clutter 2-11.

Tabor 34, Bethany 13 — Tabor quarterback Joey Erickson threw for 233 yards and three touchdowns to go with 100 yards rushing and a touchdown to lead the Bluejays to a win at Lindsborg.

Tabor (1-1, 1-1—0 14 0 20 — 34 Bethany (1-1, 1-1) 7 7 7 0 — 13

B—Pines 4 run (Fambrough kick)

T—Gardener 10 pass from Erickson (Rothwell kick)

B—Fambrough 32 FG

T—Spellman-Smith 20 pass from Erickson (Rothwell kick)

B—Fambrough 30 FG

T—Herard 6 run (kick failed)

T—Spellman-Smith 10 pass from Erickson (Rothwell kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Tabor, Erickson 17-100, Monroe 11-64, Herard 6-22, Simmons 1-8; Bethany, Allen 24-108, Margres 7-54, Pines 8-53.

Passing—Tabor, Erickson 18-38-2-233; Bethany, House 7-14-2-104, Margres 11-22-2-86.

Receiving—Tabor, Spellman-Smith 6-102, Gardener 5-86, Simmons 3-19, Davis 1-0; Bethany, Johnson 7-86, Pines 4-21, Anderson 3-55, Martino 2-26.

Sterling 17, Peru State 10 — Keoki Burbank found Jo Jo Curiel for a 15-yard touchdown pass with just under three minutes to play to lift the Warriors to a victory at Sterling.

Peru State (0-4) 0 7 3 0 — 10 Sterling (1-0, 2-0) 0 3 7 7 — 17

S—Dunn 27 FG

PS—Steffen 9 pass from Thompson (Cockle kick)

PS—Cockle 30 FG

S—Colquitt 1 run (Dunn kick)

S—Curiel 15 pass from Burbank (Dunn kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Peru State, Gewinner 12-75, Woodhead 9-25, Moore 11-23, Thompson 5-9, Bickford 2-1; Sterling, Colquitt 18-72, Bundrage 11-41, Burbank 6-36, Wray 2-7, Goering 2-3, Gridley 1-2, Curiel 1-0, Garcia 4-(-8), Keenan 1-(-22).

Passing—Peru State, Thompson 7-19-1-116; Sterling, Burbank 6-11-0-45, Garcia 4-8-2-26.

Receiving—Peru State, Edelman 4-77, Latscha 1-15, Gottula 1-15, Steffen 1-9; Sterling, Curiel 4-44, James 5-31, McKnight 1-(-4).

MIAA

Emporia State 30, Missouri Southern 27 _ Emporia State intercepted Missouri Southern quarterback Collin Howard five times, including Michael Luthi's game-winning, 54-yard interception return for a touchdown with just under six minutes to play to cap the Hornets' come-from-behind victory at Emporia.

Emporia State improved to 1-1 in MIAA play with the victory. Derek Lohman had two interceptions and six tackles for the Hornets.

Mo. Southern (0-1, 2-1) 7 7 13 0 — 27 Emporia State (1-1, 3-1) 7 9 7 7 — 30

M—Zerkel 36 pass from Howard (Herndon kick)

E—Richardson 37 pass from Eckenrode (King kick)

E—Love 21 pass from Eckenrode (King kick)

E—King 32 FG

M—Howard 10 run (Herndon kick)

E—Abner 49 run (King kick)

M—Gedward 96 run (Herndon kick)

M—Threat 14 run (Herndon kick)

E—Luthi 54 interception return (King kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Mo. Southern, Gedward 6-138, Sumpter 14-74, Howard 12-46, Aiono 1-13, Threat 2-13, Team 1-(-4). Emporia State, Abner 6-69, Hall 2-45, Smart 16-44, Eckenrode 10-31, Horton 7-22, Richardson 1-8, Smith 2-(-3), Team 2-(-3).

Passing—Mo. Southern, Howard 18-38-186-5. Emporia State, Eckenrode 10-20-122-1.

Receiving— Mo. Southern, Zerkel 6-93, Threat 4-35, Wood 2-16, Cox 2-16, Botts 2-13, Sumpter 2-13. Emporia State, Love 3-38, Hageman 2-13, Richardson 1-37, Murphy 1-14, Coursen 1-13, Johnson 1-6, Schiltz 1-1.

Fort Hays State 34, Truman 9 — Mike Garrison passed for 325 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score as the Tigers improved to 3-0 with the victory at Hays.

Truman (1-1, 2-1) 0 7 0 2 — 9 Fort Hays State (1-0, 3-0) 0 14 0 20 — 34

FH—Gadwood 25 pass from Garrison (Kimbrough kick)

TS—Davis 15 run (Koon kick)

FH—Walker 47 pass from Garrison (Kimbrough kickk)

TS—Safety (team)

FH—Murdock 24 pass from Garrison (Kimbrough kick)

FH—Walker 1 run (Kimbrough kick)

FH—Garrison 5 run (Kimbrough kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Truman, Davis 10-69, Mosquera 7-27, Ayora 6-14, Bernard 6-6, Team 1-(-1), Breen 1-(-5); Fort Hays, Walker 22-114, Smith 4-55, Garrison 7-28, Jacques 2-3, Team 1-(-33).

Passing—Truman, Davis 10-21-1-84, Schottel 5-8-1-23, Breen 0-4-1-0; Fort Hays, Garrison 18-35-0-325.

Receiving—Truman, Taylor 3-32, Brown 2-22, Roberts 2-16, Blue 2-10, Mosquera 2-10, Grier 2-8, Harvey 1-6, Bernard 1-3; Fort Hays, Murdock 6-128, Williams 3-35, Scales 3-22, Gadwood 2-37, Walker 1-47, Mercer 1-46, Smith 1-9, Alcin 1-1.

Central Missouri 37, Pittsburg State 20 — Central Missouri's Eric Czerniewski threw for 356 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions as the Mules handed Pittsburg State its first loss of the season at Pittsburg. The Gorillas led 7-0 after the first quarter on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Zac Dickey to Bristan Kelley before Central Missouri reeled off 27 straight points.

Central Missouri (2-0, 3-1) 0 13 7 17 — 37 Pittsburg State (0-1, 2-1) 7 0 0 13 — 20

PS—Kelley 20 pass from Dickey (Craig kick)

CM—Jamieson 27 FG

CM—Warren 6 pass from Czerniewski (Jamieson kick)

CM—Jamieson 26 FG

CM—Cosby 3 pass from Czerniewski (Jamieson kick)

PS—Wilson 2 run (Craig kick)

CM—Jamieson 33 FG

CM—Warren 10 pass from Czerniewski (Jamieson kick)

PS—Vinoverski 30 pass from Dickey (pass failed)

CM—Stewart 41 run (Jamieson kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing—Central Missouri, Stewart 15-99, Hubbard 4-11, Waters 1-6, Allison 1-3, Czernieski 5-(-7); Pittsburg State, Isaac 14-84, Wilson 7-47, Dickey 7-28, Watkins 6-14, Spradling 5-13, Love 2-7.

Passing—Central Missouri, Czerniewski 23-44-0-356; Pittsburg State, Dickey 15-29-0-196.

Receiving—Central Missouri, Warren 8-140, Cannon 4-84, Stewart 4-41, Mason 3-30, Allison 1-30, Dyer 1-19, Ginavan 1-9, Cosby 1-3; Pittsburg State, Fisher 5-52, Vinoverski 3-42, Thomas 3-28, Holt 2-31, Lutman 1-23, Kelley 1-20.

JAYHAWK

No. 3 Butler 21, Air Force Prep 7 — The Grizzlies survived an unexpected test at Colorado Springs, battling out of a 7-7 halftime tie in the second half thanks to touchdowns from Marcus Kennard and D.D. Howard on a 46-yard fumble return.

Butler quarterback Zach Mettenberger threw for 242 yards and two touchdowns, but also had two interceptions.

Butler (2-0, 4-0) 0 7 7 7 — 21 Air Force Prep (2-2) 0 7 0 0 — 7

A- Griebel 74 run (Valadez kick)

B- Combes 19 pass from Mettenberger (Drake kick)

B- Kennard 9 pass from Mettenberger (Drake kick)

B- Howard 46 fumble rec. (Drake kick)

Rushing — Butler, Axon 16-71, Boyce 7-20, Mills 2-16, Wilson 4-11, Hammes 1-(-)17, Mettenberger 6-(-)18; Air Force Prep, Griebel 25-124, Souther 9-37, Hall 4-25, Ellison 7-18, Lee 4-10, Hart 5-8, Glenn 5-0, Udofia 1-0, Meray 1-(-)4.

Passing — Butler, Mettenberger 17-29-242-2; Air Force Prep, Griebel 7-21-90-1.

Receiving — Butler, Soft 5-69, Wrenn 5-54, Kennard 3-75, Rosenstengle 2-11, Combes 1-19, Freeman 1-14; Air Force Prep, Gagliano 4-56, Udofia 2-30, Cunigan 1-4.

No. 6 Hutchinson 49, Highland 16 — Hutchinson quarterback/running back Angelo Pease ran for 228 yards and four touchdowns as the Blue Dragons improved to 4-0 with the road win at Highland.

Freshman wide receiver Cordarelle Patterson led Hutchinson with 102 yards receiving on three catches, including a 70-yard touchdown from Elliott Alford.

In other Jayhawk action, Independence defeated Dodge City 40-7 and Garden City defeated Fort Scott 16-13.

Hutchinson (2-0, 4-0) 21 0 14 14 — 49 Highland (1-2, 1-3) 0 7 6 3 — 16

Hu- Campbell 9 run (Linn kick)

Hu- Pease 17 run (Linn kick)

Hu- Pease 24 run (Linn kick)

Hi- Jackson 1 run (Owens kick)

Hi- Willis 15 run (kick failed)

Hu- Pease 59 run (Linn kick)

Hu- Alford 4 run (Linn kick)

Hi- Owens 35 field goal

Hu- Pease 57 run (Linn kick)

Hu- Patterson 70 pass from Alford

Rushing — Hutchinson CC, Pease 16-228, Campbell 20-83, Alford 5-23, Patterson 1-11, Spencer 1-(-)1, Womble 2-(-)2; Highland CC, Willis 22-104, Kiser 4-12, Bauman 3-6, Cornelius 5-5.

Passing — Hutchinson CC, Alford 10-17-200-1; Highland CC, Jackson 9-18-64-2, Glover 0-5-0-2.

Receiving — Hutchinson CC, Patterson 3-102, Weis 2-50, Reffner 2-32, Gibb 1-9, Thomas 1-4, Miller 1-3; Highland CC, McCullum 5-23, Glover 2-35, Wehking 1-11, Bauman 1-(-)5.

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