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Bishop Carroll and Wichita Heights traded big plays all night, but the Golden Eagles eventually made too many of them for a 36-20 win on Friday. Carroll running back Jackson Nichols scored three touchdowns.
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Bishop Carroll and Wichita Heights traded big plays all night, but the Golden Eagles eventually made too many of them for a 36-20 win on Friday. Carroll running back Jackson Nichols scored three touchdowns.

Top 10

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Derby QB Grant Adler (13) heads downfield for a large gain against Maize during the second quarter at Derby. (Sept. 15, 2017) Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

1. Derby

2. Wichita Northwest

3. Bishop Miege

4. Lawrence Free State

5. St. Thomas Aquinas

6. Bishop Carroll

7. Blue Valley

8. Mill Valley

9. Pittsburg

10. Sabetha

6A

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Derby’s Tre Washington, left, makes his way downfield against maize’s Carson Shively during the second quarter at Derby. (Sept. 15, 2017) Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

1. Derby (Last Week: 1)

2. Lawrence Free State (Last Week: 2)

3. Blue Valley (Last Week: 4)

4. Manhattan (Last Week: 5)

5. Topeka (Last Week: N/R)

5A

Wichita Northwest high school football: Jamir Cupps
Wichita Northwest senior receiver Jamir Cupps checks with the official before the snap during the Grizzlies 23-22 win over the Bishop Carroll Golden Eagles on Friday night. (Aug. 31, 2018) Hayden Barber The Wichita Eagle

1. Wichita Northwest (Last Week: 1)

2. St. Thomas Aquinas (Last Week: 2)

3. Bishop Carroll (Last Week: 4)

4. Mill Valley (Last Week: 3)

5. Maize (Last Week: 5)

4A

Goddard High School foootball running back Ben Bannister
Goddard made it to the Class 5A semifinals in 2017. This season, the Lions will drop to 4A. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

1. Bishop Miege (Last Week: 1)

2. Pittsburg (Last Week: 2)

3. Goddard (Last Week: 3)

4. McPherson (Last Week: 4)

5. KC Piper

3A

Andale vs. Cheney
Andale football will finish its season at Cheney on Oct. 19. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

1. Sabetha (Last Week: 1)

2. Scott City (Last Week: 4)

3. Andale (Last Week: 2)

4. Pratt (Last Week: 3)

5. Smoky Valley (Last Week: N/R)

2A

Garden Plain vs. Conway Springs
Garden Plain football will finish its season at Conway Springs on Oct. 19. Fred Solis Correspondent

1. Conway Springs (Last Week: 1)

2. Phillipsburg (Last Week: 3)

3. Silver Lake (Last Week: 2)

4. Chaparral (Last Week: 5)

5. Garden Plain (Last Week: 4)

1A

Sedgwick high school football: Hooper Schroeder
Sedgwick’s Hooper Schroeder threw for 502 passing yards in the Cardinals’ season-opener against Remington. He is a player to watch in Week 2. Courtesy of Jeff Werner

1. Smith Center (Last Week: 2)

2. Sedgwick (Last Week: 3)

3. St. Mary’s Colgan (Last Week: 1)

4. Elkhart (Last Week: 4)

5. Ell-Saline (Last Week: N/R)

8-Man DI

1. Clifton-Clyde (Last Week: 2)

2. Hoxie (Last Week: 1)

3. Solomon (Last Week: 3)

4. Central Plains (Last Week: 4)

5. South Central (Last Week: 5)

8-Man DII

1. Hanover (Last Week: 1)

2. Rock Hills (Last Week: 2)

3. South Barber (Last Week: 4)

4. Thunder Ridge (Last Week: 3)

5. Wichita Homeschool (Last Week: 5)

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