Wednesday, Oct. 03, 2012
On the gridiron: Football summaries
William Chrisman 48, Belton 20
Suburban Small Seven foes William Chrisman and Belton met Sept. 29 at William Chrisman with the Bears coming out on top.
Belton, 1-5, travels to Grandview at 7 p.m. tonight.
Harrisonville 34, Grain Valley 0
Harrisonville blanked Missouri River Valley West conference rivals Grain Valley in the game held Sept. 28 at Harrisonville.
The Wildcats led 27-0 at halftime, with a 4-yard touchdown by Caleb Coltrin in the first quarter and three scores in the second quarter, a 2-yard run by Wyatt Schenker, a 4-yard run by Zach Davidson and a 12-yard pass from Davidson to Tanner Foerschler. Foerschler also scored in the third quarter on a 13-yard run.
Davidson completed four of nine passes for 90 yards with one interception. Foerschler had two catches for 19 yards.
Davidson also had 15 carries for 90 yards and Schenker had 61 yards on 10 carries. Mason Saffels had eight carries for 46 yards and Foerschler had 44 yards on five carries.
PJ Patton and Walter Eastwood both had 12 total tackles. Eastwood also had one interception.
Harrisonville, 5-1, hosts undefeated Oak Grove at 7 p.m. tonight.
Osceola 53, Archie 12
Osceola ran past Archie in the Western Missouri Conference game Sept. 28 at Archie.
Calvin Romi completed three of 12 passes for 24 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Boston Dickerson had two receptions for 18 yards and Austin Shipley had two catches for six yards and one touchdown.
Romi had 12 carries for 62 yards and Shipley had eight carries for 30 yards.
Jeff Bucknam and Frank Forgette had seven tackles apiece. Joe Day and Austin Ward both had five tackles. Caleb Blundell had five tackles, one for loss.
The Whirlwinds, 2-4, face Appleton City at 7 p.m. tonight.
Oak Grove 12, Pleasant Hill 7
The Roosters had a 7-0 halftime lead, but a strong second half by Oak Grove led to a Panther victory Sept. 28 at Oak Grove.
Josh Shewmaker completed 13 of 21 passes for 131 yards with one touchdown. Tyler Sanford had seven catches for 72 yards, Austin Yount had three receptions for 37 yards and Dillan Findley caught two passes for 15 yards and one touchdown. Shewmaker also had 18 carries for 40 yards.
Kameron Gray had 15 total tackles, two for loss and one sack. Gage Neill and Joe Griffith had 11 tackles each. Christian Martin and Austin Prewitt had nine tackles apiece. Griffith and Prewitt also each had one forced fumble.
Pleasant Hill, 2-4, takes on Odessa at 7 p.m. tonight.
Raymore-Peculiar 53, St. Joseph Central 36
Raymore-Peculiar crushed St. Joseph Central in the game held Sept. 28 at St. Joseph Central.
The Panthers scored 36 points in the first half alone, with three touchdown runs by Xavier Amador, a touchdown run by Steve Brown, a 36-yard field goal by Trae Hodges and a 32-yard pass from Hodges to Scotty Schaffner.
Hodges completed seven of 12 passes for 162 yards and one touchdown. Schaffner had three receptions for 47 yards and Dylan Meyers had three catches for 89 yards.
Brown had 24 carries for 161 yards and two touchdowns. Amador had 11 carries for 125 yards and three touchdowns. Mason Nowell had 95 yards on eight carries and Aaron Russell had 42 yards on eight carries and one touchdown.
Marcus Zweifel had 11 total tackles to lead the Panther defense. Skyler Sims had seven tackles, one for loss and Bubba Blackburn had six tackles.
Raymore-Peculiar, 5-1, battles Lee’s Summit West at 7 p.m. tonight.
Drexel 54, Rich Hill 8
Drexel ran past Western Missouri Conference foe Rich Hill Sept. 28 at Drexel.
Javyn Johnston completed 6-of-9 passes for 86 yards with one touchdown. CJ Bolton had three catches for 69 yards and one touchdown.
Johnston also had 10 carries for 227 yards and two touchdowns. Daniel Dove had eight carries for 140 yards and one touchdown and Trevor Stewart had 10 carries for 90 yards and two touchdowns. Tyler Allen had 54 yards on seven carries and one touchdown.
Stewart had six tackles, three for loss and three sacks. Hunter Lindsey had six tackles, four for loss and four sacks and Brandon Thomas had six tackles, two pass break-ups and one interception for a touchdown.
The Bobcats, 5-1, meet Sherwood at 7 p.m. tonight.
Sherwood 40, St. Mary’s 18
A 28-6 halftime advantage led to a Crossroads Conference victory for Sherwood Sept. 28 at Sherwood.
Brett Eddleman scored two touchdowns in the first quarter alone, on a 70-yard run and a 58-yard run. In the second quarter, Eddleman struck again on a 65-yard run, followed by a 1-yard run by Joey Grissom. Cody Wade caught a 45-yard pass from Eddleman for a touchdown in the third quarter, which Eddleman followed up with an 80-yard run for a score.
Eddleman ended the game with 334 yards on 16 carries. Grissom completed two of five passes for 50 yards with one interception. Wade had three catches for 95 yards.
Isaac Miller and Brett Nigh had 12 total tackles each. Brandon Lindsey had eight tackles and two sacks and Zach Hayworth had seven tackles, one sack and one fumble recovery.
Sherwood, 3-3, travels to Drexel at 7 p.m. tonight.