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Basehor-Linwood 39, Atchison 20
Chase Torkelson passed for 244 yards and two touchdowns, and Curtis Ingham ran for two touchdowns and 129 yards to lead the host Bobcats (4-3).

Torkelson’s touchdowns -- to Connor Younger (22 yards) and Trevor McBride (48 yards) -- put the Bobcats ahead 14-0.

Atchison (2-5) chipped away, getting within five points when Elijah Haley scored from a yard out with 4:25 left in the third quarter.

But Ingham put the game away with his second-half touchdowns.

Mill Valley 24, Blue Valley 20
Cooper Marsh’s three touchdown passes proved to be enough for the visiting Jaguars to overcome a 13-0 deficit and win their third consecutive game as they flirt with entering the Class 5A Top 5 as the final week of the regular season approaches.

Blue Valley (4-3, 3-3 Eastern Kansas League) struck first. With 3:17 left in the first quarter,  quarterback Jake Wolff ran 13 yards into the end zone. Shortly after, Chris Jans scored on a 73-yard run -- the first of two touchdowns -- to establish that 13-0 advantage.

But Marsh’s magic -- he finished 15 for 24 and 201 yards -- flipped the script late with two fourth quarter touchdowns to secure the win.

Mill Valley was in that position thanks to his 32-yard completion to Ty Reishus, coupled with a 20-yard Chris Tennant field goal two minutes earlier, pulled the Jaguars (4-3, 3-3) to 13-10 at halftime.

Lansing 56, Turner 14
Luke Schneider had two touchdown passes to Reece Thomas and ran for another as the Lions put the game well out of reach by halftime with 50 first-half points against the winless Golden Bears (0-7, 0-5 United Kansas Conference).

Lansing (4-3, 2-2) got started immediately when Malik Benson returned the opening kickoff 83 yards. Fromer there, the rout was on.

Paul Vogan provided the rare highlight for Turner with his fourth-quarter touchdown run to prevent the shutout.

St. James 21, Kapaun Mt. Carmel 7
The Thunder (4-3) overcame a 7-0 first-quarter deficit and three turnovers by scoring 14 second-half points to escape Wichita with the win.

The Crusaders (1-7) turned a St. James fumble into a touchdown and the 7-0 lead in the final minute of the first quarter.

But the Thunder answered with a passing touchdown to even the score at halftime.