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Daily Archives: September 5, 2020

Garden Plain nips Conway Springs 14-13, Belle Plaine romps

Sumner Newscow report — Conway Springs lost a heartbreaker against Garden Plain 14-13 while Belle Plaine romped in week #1.

Garden Plain 14 Conway Springs 13

The fact this huge rivalry game was played in week #1 is a testament to how life has changed for both teams now in different classifications.

Garden Plain scored two touchdowns in the second quarter and that was enough.

Conway Springs scored on a 13-yard Cole Schulte touchdown run to pull within one with 2:42 to play. The Cardinals then went for two points on the PAT but could not get into the end zone. 

SCBL Roundup: Caldwell rips Oxford, South Haven and A&A win (updated with A&A stats)

Sumner Newscow report — Caldwell defeated Oxford 58-12. South Haven got a huge 42-14 victory over Central-Burden while Argonia-Attica was 46-0 victor over Norwich in the first week of high school football.

Caldwell 58 Oxford 12

Caldwell lived up to its No. 5 state ranking with a dominating performance at Oxford. Quarterback Keiondre Smith accounted for six touchdowns – four passing and two rushing. He was 5-of-7 passing for 70 yards and no interceptions. He also rushed for 156 yards on 19 carries. The game was called in the third quarter due to the Kansas mercy rule.

Oxford opened the game scoring on a Colin Whitson 2-yard touchdown run. Caldwell responded with Smith getting touchdown runs from the 1 and 5 to make it 16-6. Oxford responded with another Whitson touchdown from the 7 and it was 16-12 Caldwell, still the first quarter.

But Caldwell pretty much took control thereafter. Dru Volavka got a 17-yard touchdown run and Smith then connected with Volavka on a 25-yard touchdown pass to make it 30-12. 

Feature story: Wellington falls to Clearwater 36-29 after erasing double-digit deficit

Wellington’s Dustyn Schettler scores a 57-yard touchdown run in the third sparking a big comeback.

by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — For one evening, all the awfulness of 2020 didn’t matter.

For those lucky enough to get into Sellers Park, saw one of the best high school football games you will ever witness when Clearwater defeated Wellington 36-29 in overtime.

Not since 2016 has Wellington seen overtime. Wellington nearly pulled off a double-digit comeback in which it was down 17-0 in the second quarter. For much of that first 12 minutes, Clearwater dominated the game.

But Wellington showed incredible moxie after getting its first touchdown late in the second quarter and eventually tying the score and sending it into overtime.

Clearwater would score on its second play of the extra period. Wellington was nailed by a block-in-the-back penalty and failed to score on three incomplete passes. Berkley Wright’s throw, after nearly getting sacked, to a group of receivers and defenders tipped away in the endzone. 

Clearwater survives Wellington second-half rally with 36-29 overtime victory

Sumner Newscow report — It was a wild, wild game to open 2020. Wellington fell behind 17-0 and almost came back to beat Clearwater before succumbing in overtime 36-29.

We will have the complete recap tomorrow with pictures. In the meantime, enjoy the post-game interview with Wellington head coach Zane Aguilar and a special appearance by Clearwater head coach Jeremy Scheufler and the game stats below.

Friday night Sumner Newscow scoreboard…

Clearwater 36 Wellington 29

Garden Plain 14 Conway Springs 13

Belle Plaine 49 Wichita Independent 0

Argonia-Attica 46 Norwich 0

Caldwell 58 Oxford 12

South Haven 42 Central Burden 14

Arkansas City 33 Winfield 0

Andale 56 Rose Hill 10

Wichita Collegiate 56 Mulvane 0

W. Trinity 33 Chaparral 25

 

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