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Caldwell blows past Udall 50-20 in season opener

by James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — Caldwell used a strong running game to blow past Udall 50-20 Friday in the season opener for both teams. Corbin Rice and Dakota Volavka had a hand in three touchdowns each. Caldwell pulled away early and never looked back, leading 36-6 at halftime, and 50-6 in the fourth quarter.

Rice passed to Christian Ward for a 24-yard touchdown, and Jalen Risley ran for two early in the first quarter. Rice scored again on a one-yard run before the first quarter ended. A pass for two points failed and Caldwell led 14-0

Joshua Fielder scored on 34-yard run for Udall early in the second.

Volavka scored on runs of 33 and a 1-yard plunge in the second quarter. Rice scored on a 68-yard run before the half ended. Jalen Risley scored a two-point conversion and Caldwell led 36-6 at the half.

Friday night football scores of interest…

AV-CTL

Andale 28, Andover Central 21

Augusta 39, Winfield 13

Collegiate 42, Rose Hill 0

Maize South 47, Circle 0

Mulvane 33, El Dorado 0

Wellington 34, Clearwater 6 (yay!)

Central Plains League

Chaparral 57, Independent 0

Cheney 49, Trinity Academy 20

Conway Springs 98 Belle Plaine 18 (wow!)

Garden Plain 28, Hesston 24

Medicine Lodge 27, Douglass 20

Other Sumner County scores

Argonia-Attica 38, Central Burden 20

Caldwell 50, Udall 20

Oxford 60, South Haven 14.

Get this: Conway Springs scores 98 points in win over Belle Plaine

Sumner Newscow report — In what will be the most ridiculous score of the week, or year for that matter, Conway Springs defeated Belle Plaine 98-18. Yes, 98 points. That’s two from 100 in case you are bad at math.>

Conway Springs Cardinals

According to the Wichita Eagle, that’s a record for most points scored in a game.

While the Cardinals were able to score 98 points and account for 729 yards of total offense, they did so in just 38 plays. That’s better than 19 yards every time Conway Springs snapped the ball.

“We never thought we would be able to do anything like that,” Matt Biehler told the Wichita Eagle. “The kids executed the play that was drawn up for them and we had a lot of big, explosive plays.”

Conway Springs led 66-12 at halftime, then tacked on four more touchdowns in the second half. The Cardinals attempted only one pass, which resulted in a 65-yard touchdown in the first quarter.

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