Andale 27, Mulvane 14, halftime
Resumes: 10 a.m. today at Mulvane
So far: Jake Hattabaugh rushed for 206 yards and three touchdowns in the first half to pace Andale. As a team, the Indians piled up 296 yards on the ground.
Mulvane was also efficient offensively, racking up 213 yards in the first half. But three turnovers, one inside Andale territory, put the Tigers in a 27-7 hole before a late score in the second quarter.
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Collegiate 21, Rose Hill 8, halftime
Resumes: 1 p.m. today at Rose Hill
So far: Collegiate sophomore Markus Phox had a brilliant first quarter, rushing for touchdowns of 2, 55 and 11 yards. At halftime, Phox had 104 rushing yards on 10 carries and completed 6 of 10 passes for 64 yards.
Phox was sacked during Collegiate's first possession, but on the next play, he hit William Short on a 38-yard reception then scored.
Phox's poise showed on Collegiate's second possession when the Spartans were penalized for a false start and offensive pass interference. With Collegiate facing third and 31, Phox ran 55 yards up the middle for a touchdown and 14-0 lead.
He put Collegiate up 21-0 with an 11-yard run with 13.1 seconds remaining in the first quarter.
"He's very special," Collegiate coach Bill Messamore said. "The thing about him is we knew he could run, but we found out he could throw pretty well, too."
Rose Hill had 30 yards of offense in the first quarter and scored on its fourth possession. The Rockets were aided by two personal fouls on Collegiate, and quarterback Derrick Decker hit Kyle Anderson over the middle for a 19-yard score.
Kapaun 22, Southeast 2, halftime
Resumes: 2 p.m. today at Cessna Stadium
So far: Kapaun held the ball for six minutes in the half, but scored three touchdowns in the second quarter after a sluggish start.
Jack Martin gave Kapaun a surge with a 34-yard first-down reception that led to the game's first touchdown. On the next drive, he intercepted a deflected Southeast pass and ran it back to the Southeast 2-yard line to set up another score.
Kapaun scored on the last play of the half when quarterback Keaton Lewis stepped up in the pocket and hoisted a 36-yard touchdown strike to Nathan Degenhardt dangerously close to the line of scrimmage.
Southeast controlled much of the half, using tailback Bradan Smith as its workhorse and receiver Nick Taylor on short passes. Southeast ran 20 more plays, yet Kapaun had five more yards (126-121).
Taylor tackled Kapaun's Skyler Krehbiel in the end zone in the first quarter for a 2-0 Southeast lead.
East 0, West 0, halftime
Resumes: 3 p.m. today at Heights
So far: Neither team came close to scoring in the first half before lightning suspended the game.
East had 111 first-half yards, West 93.
"It's two different ballgames. It's not the same game," West coach Heath Henderson said. "The momentum that you may or may not have will be lost the next day."
Henderson said he was concerned with the suspension because he has players scheduled to take the ACT today.
"It's a 0-0 ballgame," Henderson said. "We're excited to get ready to play again tomorrow."