Roundup: White scores six touchdowns for Maize
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Chase White scored six touchdowns and rushed for 200 yards as host Maize beat Campus 70-0 on Friday night in an AV-CTL Division I game.
White has scored 17 rushing touchdowns in six games, breaking the Maize school record with three regular-season games to play.
Eagles quarterback, Connor Lungwitz completed 10 of 16 passes for 177 yards. Maize (5-1, 4-1 Division I) stayed even with Derby atop Division I.
Arkansas City 30, Augusta 19 — Chaydon Carter scored touchdowns of 25 and 53 yards on pass receptions for Augusta. Conner Hurst had a 32-yard touchdown catch for the Orioles. Tristan Finch and Dustyn McEachern each threw for 100 yards for Augusta.
Eisenhower 37, Valley Center 7 — Eisenhower rallied past host Valley Center with 34 unanswered points in a Division II victory. Drake Damon (181 yards) and Bailey Strunk had two touchdowns each for Eisenhower, which improved to 2-4, 2-2 in Division II. Evan Balthazor scored Valley Center’s touchdown on a 6-yard run.
McPherson 51, Mulvane 28 — Quarterback Kyler Kinnamon rushed for two touchdowns and 225 yards on 12 attempts in the Bullpups’ home victory. Mulvane’s Michael Mason ran 26 times for 230 yards and three touchdowns. TJ Stites added 231 rushing yards for McPherson.
Salina South 40, Newton 13 — Cougars quarterback Justin Stonebraker threw three touchdown passes and rushed for two more in a Division I victory at Salina. Jack Kinsley threw a touchdown pass and rushed for another for the visiting Railers.
Salina Central 30, Andover Central 6 — Malik Veal rushed for two touchdowns and 180 yards for visiting Salina Central. Tyler Harris’ 23-yard touchdown catch from Blake Meier was Andover Central’s only touchdown. Meier threw for 243 yards on 21-of-36 passing.
Andover 36, Goddard 25 — Eli Renoux ran 17 times for 123 yards, and Coen Rasmussen had 80 yards and two touchdowns in Andover’s victory. Connor Kirby had 115 yards and a score for Goddard.
Garden City 35, East 7 — Willie Edwards’ 95-yard kickoff return in the second quarter was the Blue Aces’ only score in a non-league game at Garden City. East running back Deonta Thomas had 29 carries for 156 yards.
Central Plains League
Independent 55, Belle Plaine 14 — Chad Eikleberry caught four touchdown passes, three from Jordan Reed, in the Panthers’ home victory. Eikleberry had 128 receiving yards and Reed passed for 151 yards and rushed for 115.
Cheney 40, Chaparral 21 — Tyler Amsink scored a close game’s final three touchdowns to help the visiting Cardinals pull away. Cheney trailed by two at halftime before Amsink scored on runs of 30, 1 and 62 yards.
Trinity Academy 30, Douglass 6 — Matt Jones threw for 145 yards and touchdown passes as Trinity improved to 5-1. The Knights scored 23 first-quarter points, including two touchdowns from Tyler Burns (78 yards).
Sedgwick 49, Moundridge 24 — Cardinals quarterback Brylie Ware completed 19 of 27 passes for 335 yards and four touchdowns in the win at Moundridge.