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MCAA cross divisionHoisington 35, Halstead 6HALSTEAD — The combination of rushing between Carl Hickel and Corey Engstrom along with 113 yards passing on seven attempts by Zach Higgins led Hoisington to a 35- 6 victory over Halstead Friday night in MCAA cross division play in Halstead.Both Hickel and Engstrom rushed for two touchdowns. Jerad Powell rushed for one. Hoisington finished the night with 367 total yards on offense.Halstead’s Cody Ratcliffe racked up half of the Dragons’ total yards with 155 yards receiving and one touchdown. Ratcliffe also rushed for 43 yards. Tyler Armendariz added 63 yards rushing for the Dragons.Hoisington scored first on the Dragons and kept their momentum, shutting out Halstead 21-0 in the first half.The Dragons put together a drive and struck back in the third with a 28-yard pass from McKee to Ratcliffe, putting the score at 28-6 going into the fourth. Halstead ended their scoring drives in the third, and a final fourth quarter touchdown for Hoisington ended the game at 35-6.Hoisington improves to 3-1. Halstead falls to 2-2 on the season and resumes Central Division play at Nickerson.Hoisington 7 14 7 7 —35Halstead 0 0 6 0 —61q. Ho. Hickel 5-yd run (Mater kick)2q. Ho. Hickel 6-yd run (Mater kick)2q. Ho. Engstrom 4-yd run (Mater kick)3q. Ha. Ratcliffe 28-yd pass from McKee (PAT failed)3q. Ho. Powell 6-yd run (Mater kick)4q. Ho. Engstrom 4-yd run (Mater kick)Individual statsRushing — Hoisington: Hickel 13-73, Powell 11-49, Higgins 6--38, Engstrom 14-94. Halstead: Armendariz 12-63, Seward 6-12, McKee 3-9, Ratcliffe 3-43, Wingert 3-2, Rupp 2-8.Passing — Hoisington: Higgins 6-7-0, 113 yards. Halstead: Ratzlaff 2-4-0, 15 yards. McKee 8-18-1, 157 yards.Receiving — Hoisington: Hickel 2-69, Powell 1-8, Engstrom 1-27, Keener 1-7. Halstead: Ratcliffe 9-155, Boulet 1-17.MCAA CentralHesston 63, Nickerson 21HESSTON — The Hesston Swathers racked up 300 yards offense to down Nickerson 63-21 Friday night in Mid-Central Activities Association Central Division play.Hesston scored on offense, defense and special teams.The Swathers led 35-7 after the first quarter. Hesston rebounds after a 6-0 loss to Wichita Collegiate last week, improving to 3-1, 2-1 in division play.Nickerson falls to 0-4, 0-2 in the division.Landon Unruh led Hesston with 107 yards on eight carries with two touchdowns.With Hesston leading 14-0, Nickerson’s Hector Rodriguez returned a kickoff 99 yards for a score. Hesston’s Rob Moore answered with an 84-yard kickoff return for a score.Michael Janzen passed for 22 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 71 yards and a score. Chad Wallenberg passed for 52 yards on one completion with a touchdown and rushed for 67 yards.The Hesston defense managed a couple of forays into the endzone. Clint Janzen returned a fumble 49 yards for a score. Austin Hershberger returned an interception 40 yards for a score.Wesston Cottrell led Nickerson’s offense with 153 yards rushing on 21 carries with two touchdowns.Hesston plays Friday at Smoky Valley in Lindsborg.Nickerson 7 0 8 6 —21Hesston 35 7 14 7 —631q. H L.Unruh 24-yd. run (Wallenberg 2pt. conversion) 9:331q. H Moore 52-yd. pass from Wallenberg (E.Roth kick) 6:011q. N Rodriguez 99-yd. kickoff return (Ratley kick) 5:461q. H Moore 84-yd. kickoff return (PAT failed) 5:311q. H M.Janzen 54-yd. run (Wallenberg 2-pt. conversion) 3:591q. H A.Roth 20-yd. pass from M.Janzen (kick failed) 1:292q. H Ott 4-yd. run (E.Roth kick) 1:523q. H C.Janzen 49-yd. fumble return (E.Roth kick) 8:363q. N Cottrell 26-yd. run (Cottrell run) 3:493q. H L.Unruh 15-yd. run (E.Roth kick) :584q. H Hershberger 40-yd. interception return (E.Roth kick) 11:054q. N Cottrell 1-yd. run (no attempt) :00Individual statsRUSHING — Nickerson: Cottrell 21-153, Rodriguez 8-18, Jackson 5-6, Owen 5-(-8). Hesston: L.Unruh 8-107, M.Janzen 5-71, Wallenberg 11-67, Wray 6-27, Ott 3-16, Moore 2-10, Lohmolder 1-2, Smith 1-0.PASSING — Nickerson: Owen 5-13-2, 28 yards; Jackson 0-1-0, 0 yards. Hesston: M.Janzen 2-2-0, 22 yards; Wallenberg 1-2-0, 52 yards.RECEIVING — Nickerson: Cottrell 4-29, Ratley 1-10. Hesston: Moore 2-54, A.Roth 1-20.MCAA MidHillsboro 35, Lyons 7LYONS — The Hillsboro Trojans claimed a win on the road in Mid-Central Activities Association play Friday, stopping Lyons 35-7.Hillsboro led 28-0 at the half.Ishmail Morris rushed for 146 yards with three touchdowns on 22 carries for the Trojans. Jacob Fish passed for 166 yards and a touchdown. Fish also rushed for a touchdown.Lyons’ Jake Craig rushed for 123 yards and passed for 104 yards.Hillsboro is 3-1, 2-0 in Mid Division play. Lyons falls to 1-3, 0-2 in division play. Hillsboro hosts 0-4 Sterling at 7 p.m. Friday.Hillsboro 14 14 0 7 —35Lyons 0 0 0 7 —71q. H Jost 38-yd. pass from Fish (Wodke kick) 9:391q. H Morris 1-yd. run (Wodke kick) 1:312q. H Morris 13-yd. run (Wodke kick) 9:412q. H Morris 22-yd. run (Wodke kick) 7:514q. H Fish 1-yd. run (Wodke kick) 7:244q. L Harmony 5-yd. run (Craig kick) 2:15Heart of AmericaEll-Saline 50, Sedgwick 23SEDGWICK — Ell-Saline continues to lay waste to the Heart of America League.This week, Ell-Saline’s victim was Sedgwick 50-23 in Sedgwick.Ell-Saline is 4-0 overall and in HOAL play. Sedgwick falls to 2-2, 0-2 in league play.For Sedgwick, Jake Napper threw for 143 yards and three touchdowns. Wade Hansen rushed for 131 yards. Hansen caught two touchdown passes.Ell-Saline’s Tate Omli hit 19 of 31 passes for 291 yards and five touchdowns. He added a rushing score.Sedgwick plays Friday at Peabody-Burns.Ell-Saline 14 8 6 22 —50Sedgwick 0 7 0 16 —231q. ES Omli 1-yd. run (Haverfield run)1q. ES Johnson 29-yd. pass from Omli (run failed)2q. Sd. Hansen 2-yd. pass from Napper (Giffin kick)2q. ES Scates 17-yd. pass from Omli (Arias kick)3q. ES Arias 30-yd. pass from Omli (pass failed)4q. ES Haverfield 4-yd. run (pass failed)4q. ES Scates 19-yd. run (Schultz pass from Omli)4q. ES Arias 11-yd. pass from Omli (Budke pass from Omli)4q. Sd. Hansen 14-yd. pass from Napper (Stucky pass from Napper)4q. Sd. Mosiman 8-yd. pass from Napper (Napper run)Individual statsRUSHING — Ell-Saline: Omli 14-93, Haverfield 10-61, Arias 9-9. Sedgwick: Hansen 13-131, Napper 18-69, Giffin 5-20.PASSING — Ell-Saline: Omli 19-31-1, 291 yards. Sedgwick: Napper 19-35-1, 143 yards.RECEIVING — Ell-Saline: Scates 7-90, Arias 6-72, Johnson 2-69, Schulz 1-28, Budke 1-21, Haverfield 2-11. Sedgwick: McDaniel 3-57, Giffin 4-41, Mosiman 3-18, Kester 3-11, Stucky 2-8, Hansen 4-8.KCACOkla. Panhandle State 31, Tabor 15GOODWELL, Okla. — The Tabor College Bluejays fell to 0-3 with a 31-15 loss to NCAA Divison II Oklahoma Panhandle State University Saturday on the road in non-conference play.The win was the second straight for the 2-3 Aggies. Tabor beat OPSU last year, but now has lost 10 straight.Tabor held a 254-248 advantage in total offense.Demetrius Cox had 18 carries for 71 yards and a touchdown for Tabor. Quarterback Bryan Knighton hit four of eight passes for 120 yards with two interceptions and a touchdown. Marcus Manny hit a 31-yard field goal.OPSU’s individual stats were not listed, but the Aggies had -11 yards rushing and 259 yards passing. Panhandle State rushed for a touchdown, passed for two, returned an interception for a score and returned a punt for a score. The Aggies managed just one PAT kick.Tabor hosts nationally ranked Friends at 2 p.m. Saturday for homecoming.Tabor 3 6 6 0 —15OPSU 7 24 0 0 —31(Oklahoma Panhandle State’s individual stats and scoring were not listed)Scoring1q. T Manny 31-yd. field goal 10:482q. T Cox 2-yd. run (pass failed) 2:243q. T Robben na pass from Knighton (PAT failed)Team stats TC OPFirst downs 17 16Rushing-yds. 46-98 28-(-11)Passing yds. 156 259Comp-att-int 8-25-4 14-28-1Punts-avg. 5-31.6 5-33.4Fumbles-lost 3-0 3-2Penalties-yds. n aIndividual statsRUSHING — Tabor: Cox 18-71, Amos 14-23, Ramsay 10-14, Herard 2-5, Knighton 2-(-15).PASSING — Tabor: Knighton 4-8-2, 120 yards; Amos 4-17-2, 36 yards.RECEIVING — Tabor: Brown 2-60, Robben 2-31, Cox 2-21, Herard 1-12, Garcia 1-32.Other KCAC scoresKansas Wesleyan 52, Southwestern Assemblies of God 13McPherson 41, Souhtwestern 7Friends 42, Bethany 6Ottawa 35, Saint Mary 14Newton statsMcPherson 14 0 20 7 —41Newton 2 7 0 13 —22Scoring1q. M Ulsaker 31-yd. pass from Piper (Clary kick) 9:321q. M Gehrhardt 17-yd. pass from Piper (Clary kick) 7:511q. N safety: punt snap into endzone 4:322q. N Martens 2-yd. run (Ronen kick) 3:503q. M N.Garcia 61-yd. run (kick failed) 10:263q. M Gehrhardt 45-yd. pass from Piper (Clary kick) 3:463q. M N.Garcia 70-yd. (Clary kick) 11:474q. N Martens 2-yd. run (pass failed) 9:144q. N Martens 5-yd. run (Ronen kick) 7:024q. M Faul 92-yd. pass from Piper (Clary kick) 5:18Team stats McP. New.First downs 19 16Rushing-yards 31-231 39-146Passing yards 351 149Comp-att-int 13-26-0 14-23-1Punts-avg. 2-0.0 5-32.0Fumbles-lost 1-1 1-1Penalties-yards 6-115 4-45Time of poss. 23:13 24:47Individual statsRUSHING — McPherson: N.Garcia 26-231, O’Connor 3-3, Piper 2-(-3). Newton: Martens 25-114, Smith 6-16, Murphy 1-5, Gilbert 3-5, McDonald 1-3, Johns 3-3.PASSING — McPherson: Piper 13-26-0, 351 yards. Newton: Martens 14-23-1, 149 yards.RECEIVING — McPherson: Gerhardt 7-160, Faul 3-145, Gawanda 2-15, Ulsaker 1-31. Newton: Johns 6-65, Gilbert 3-29, Ronen 3-19, Reinhardt 2-36.Missed field goals — New.: Ronen 34 (WL). McP.: Clary 39 (WL).