Week 3 roundup: Buhler rallies past Mulvane
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Denton Branscom’s three-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter led Buhler past host Mulvane 35-28 in an Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division III game on Friday night.
Riley Allen put Buhler ahead in the fourth quarter with his third touchdown, this time from 85 yards. But Mulvane’s Collin Dempsey got the Wildcats even with a 10-yard catch from R.J. Riegier.
Allen rushed 27 times for 291 yards, while Branscom had 16 carries for 126 yards.
Mulvane’s Michael Mason had 280 yards on 28 carries, including touchdowns of 80 and 63 yards.
Carroll 57, South 14 — Host Carroll scored 50 first-half points in a game rescheduled one day because of weather. Quarterback Tyler Skilling rushed for two first-quarter touchdowns and later threw for two more.
Collegiate 42, Circle 0 — The host Spartans broke their two-game losing streak by holding Circle to 180 offensive yards. Collegiate quarterback Landon Root completed 17 of 32 passes for 223 yards and three touchdowns, one by running. Jake Flamini also returned an interception for a 17-yard touchdown.
Wellington 19, Augusta 10 — Trevor Nance’s 100-yard interception return and Colin Reichenberger’s 62-yard touchdown reception from Nance helped the Crusaders improve to 3-0. Nance completed 13 of 23 passes for 189 yards, while Reichenberger caught seven balls for 122 yards. Tristan Finch led Augusta (1-2) with 190 passing yards and 58 rushing yards.
Conway Springs 64, Independent 6 — Travis Wood scored three touchdowns and Luke Fisher added two as part of host Conway’s 52-point first half. The Cardinals rushed for 252 yards and Dakota Finstad threw two touchdown passes.
Garden Plain 43, Belle Plaine 12 — The visiting Owls scored 29 straight points after Belle Plaine’s initial touchdown for a CPL victory. Grant Jansson returned an interception for a touchdown and Nick Thimesch caught two touchdown passes from Alex Becker.