Week 2 Roundup: Mulvanes Mason scores 6 TDs in win
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Mulvanes Michael Mason had a career night, carrying the ball 40 times for 234 yards and scoring six touchdowns in a 39-7 victory at Augusta. Mason scored on runs of 3, 4, 11, 5, 5 and 38 yards as the Wildcats evened their record at 1-1.
Andover 19, Arkansas City 0 Steven Young opened the game with an 80-yard touchdown run in the first quarter as Andover rolled to a win at Arkansas City. The Trojans improved to 2-0 overall with the win.
Winfield 29, Circle 7 The Winfield duo of Caleb Tapia (118 passing yards) and Jordan Johnson (102 rushing yards) keyed the Vikings win over visiting Circle. Tapia threw for one touchdown and Johnson ran for one touchdown. Logan Mays also ran for a pair of touchdowns for Winfield.
Clearwater 47, El Dorado 24 Clearwaters John Becker scored four touchdowns three receiving and one rushing to lead the Indians to a win over visiting El Dorado. Becker finished with five catches for 173 yards while Clearwater quarterback Hunter Hall was 10-of-13 passing for 231 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions. Garrett Howland led El Dorado with 142 rushing yards and one touchdown.
Goddard 14, Valley Center 10 Goddards Jaron Palmer scored the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 4-yard run. Palmer scored two touchdowns for the Lions, as quarterback Tucker Vang went 6-of-8 passing for 68 yards and no interceptions.
Hutchinson 48, Campus 0 Hutchinson led 42-0 at halftime before putting the brakes on in the second half. Jacob Hardenburger led three Salthawks past the the 100-yard rushing mark, going for 167 yards and four touchdowns. Austin Garcia (105 yards) and Turner Wintz (102) also had big nights.
Eisenhower 3, Maize South 0 Eisenhower outlasted defending AV-CTL II champion Maize South in a defensive battle determined by a 34-yard field goal from Blake Lynch in the second quarter.
Dodge City 33, Northwest 7 Dodge City sent Northwest to 0-2 behind a big night from Red Demons quarterback Kelan Newton, who threw for 165 yards and one touchdown and ran for a 52-yard touchdown in the third quarter to help put the game on ice.
Heights 45, South 0 The Heights defense pitched a shutout as the Falcons running game put up the points in a blowout. Trenton Autry led Heights with 132 rushing yards and two touchdowns, while teammate Tre King chipped in with three rushing touchdowns. The win evened the Falcons record at 1-1.
Central Plains League
Trinity Academy 58, Belle Plaine 0 Trinitys Tyler Burns racked up 293 yards of total offense 238 rushing and 55 receiving and scored six touchdowns in a rout of visiting Belle Plaine.
Conway Springs 21, Caney Valley 6 Travis Wood scored on a 74-yard run in the first quarter to get things started for Conway Springs in a win over visiting Caney Valley. Wood finished with 188 rushing yards on 24 carries. Luke Fisher scored the other two touchdowns for the Cardinals.
Garden Plain 28, Chaparral 14 Garden Plain scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to crack the game open at Garden Plain. The Owls got their final scores on a 4-yard run by Mitchell Hilger, who rushed for 101 yards, and an 11-yard pass from Alex Becker to Troy Puetz. Ethan Balestracci led Garden Plain with 137 rushing yards. Kyndell Hightree led Chaparral with 156 yards passing but threw two interceptions.
Other area games
Sedgwick 34, Marion 14 Big games from Sedgwicks Dalton Brandt and Brylie Ware were the difference for Sedgwick. Brandt rushed for 201 yards and three second-half touchdowns while Ware threw for 302 yards and two touchdowns.