Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012
On the gridiron: Football summaries
Archie 35, Appleton City 9
Archie blew past Western Missouri Conference opponents Appleton City in the game held Oct. 5 at Archie.
Calvin Romi completed two of three passes for 32 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Boston Dickerson had one catch for 31 yards for a touchdown.
Jimmy Blundell had 14 carries for 100 yards with two touchdowns and Romi had nine rushes for 106 yards.
Ray Anderson had seven total tackles and two interceptions. Jeff Bucknam had seven tackles and one sack and Dakota Jones had five tackles.
The Whirlwinds, 3-4, travel to Tipton at 7 p.m. tonight.
Grandview 28, Belton 24
The Pirates had a 17-14 advantage at halftime but a strong fourth quarter from the Bulldogs led to a Belton loss in the game held Oct. 5 at Grandview.
Belton scored first in the first quarter on a 66-yard touchdown run by Sean Lewis. Grandview responded with a 11-yard touchdown to knot the score.
In the second quarter, Lewis scored again for Belton, this time on a 42-yard run, but it was followed by a 1-yard touchdown carry from the Bulldogs. Caleb Chevalier kicked a 33-yard field goal for the Pirates to put them ahead at halftime.
In the fourth quarter, Belton’s Daren Johnson returned a 56-yard punt for a touchdown, but Grandview retaliated with two scores to seal the victory.
Lewis completed one of 10 passes for 21 yards, but had 11 carries for 121 yards. Thomas Clary had eight carries for 64 yards and Darrius Juitt had eight carries for 60 yards.
Juitt had eight total tackles, with one for loss. Johnson, Lewis and Josiah Kratz had six tackles apiece.
Belton, 1-6, hosts Raytown at 7 p.m. tonight.
Midway 42, Rich Hill 0
Midway took a 35-0 lead at halftime to a solid victory over Western Missouri Conference rivals Rich Hill Oct. 5 at Rich Hill.
Peyton Semsch completed two of six passes for 71 yards with two touchdowns. Bobby Zielinski caught both passes for two touchdowns.
Semsch also had 12 carries for 108 yards and Clay Dahman had 15 carries for 132 yards.
Jake Lambertz had six total tackles. Christian Cromer, Joey Beller and Dahman had five tackles each.
The Vikings, 6-1, take on Butler at 7 p.m. tonight.
Pleasant Hill 28, Odessa 7
The Roosters stomped down Missouri River Valley West conference foes Odessa in the game held Oct. 5 at Pleasant Hill.
Josh Shewmaker completed 10 of 20 passes for 200 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. Dillan Findley caught six passes for 178 yards for three touchdowns.
Maurice Lang had 13 carries for 62 yards for one touchdown. Shewmaker had eight carries for 21 yards.
Kameron Gray had 10 total tackles and two sacks. Kaleb Cline had eight tackles.
Pleasant Hill, 3-4, faces Excelsior Springs at 7 p.m. tonight.
Drexel 27, Sherwood 25
It was a fight to the end between Drexel and Sherwood Oct. 5 at Drexel. But the Bobcats pulled it out by getting a touchdown ahead at halftime.
Drexel’s Javyn Johnnston completed nine of 10 passes for 143 yards with two touchdowns. Cody Russell caught two passes for 59 yards with one touchdown. CJ Bolton caught one passes for 26 yards for a touchdown.
Johnston had 14 carries for 107 yards and two touchdowns. Trevor Stewart had 11 carries for 54 yards.
Daniel Roberts led the Bobcats on defense with 10.5 tackles. Hunter Lindsey had eight tackles, two for loss. Brandon Thomas had eight tackles and one pass break-up and Stewart had 7.5 tackles, three for loss.
Sherwood’s Brett Eddleman completed 13 of 18 passes for 207 yards with two touchdowns. Joey Grissom had nine catches for 135 yards and one touchdown. Cody Wade had one reception for 26 yards for a touchdown.
Eddleman had 89 yards on 24 carries and one touchdown and Grissom had five carries for 93 yards and one touchdown.
Brandon Lindsey led the Marksmen defense with eight total tackles. Kaleb Wiedenmann, Hunter Davis and Brett Nigh had seven tackles each.
Drexel, 6-1, hosts Derrick Thomas Academy at 7 p.m. tonight, while Sherwood, 3-4, travels to Adrian.
Lee’s Summit West 40, Raymore-Peculiar 20
After taking a 19-7 halftime lead, the Titans rolled through Raymore-Peculiar 40-20 Oct. 5.
Lee’s Summit West started out the first quarter with a 29-yard touchdown run from Monte Harrison. In the second quarter, Titan Ryan Williams ran in for a 68-yard touchdown, which was followed by a 3-yard touchdown run from Austin Burau to put the Titans in a 19-0 lead.
Raymore-Peculiar scored before halftime on a 1-yard run from Trae Hodges.
In the third quarter, Nick Rameriz scored on a 2-yard run for the Titans, but the Panthers responded with a 37-yard pass from Hodges to Dylan Meyers for a touchdown, making the score 26-13.
In the fourth quarter, Lee’s Summit West’s Thomas Ganaden completed a pass to Harrison for a 36-yard score, followed by a 61-yard run from Demarcus Edwards, putting the Titans ahead at 40-13. The final score of the game came from a 11-yard run by Hodges for the Panthers.
For the Panthers, Hodges completed 18 of 31 passes for 224 yards with one interception. Meyers had 10 receptions for 126 yards and Scotty Schaffner had four catches for 61 yards. Aaron Russell had 20 carries for 96 yards.
Logan Smith had 16 total tackles, followed by Marcus Zweifel with 11 tackles. James Mourning and CJ Donaldson had five tackles each.
Raymore-Peculiar, 7-0, travels to Suburban Big Six conference rivals Blue Springs at 7 p.m. Friday.