BS South, Rock, Oak Grove all advance

By The Examiner staff
Posted: October 25, 2014 - 12:00 AM

A long trip to start district play was worth it for the Blue Springs South football team.
Noah Nigro threw three touchdown passes and Keeyon Incle ran for 113 yards and a touchdown to spark the Jaguars to a 35-14 over Wentzville Timberland in the Class 6 District 3 opener Friday night at Timberland.
"They all played hard, just like always," Jaguars coach Greg Oder said.
The Jaguars (5-5) advanced to meet Francis Howell (9-0), a 62-0 winner over Troy Buchanan, in the semifinals on Oct. 31.
Adam Cofield scored on a 33-yard run and Bryce Stone kicked the first of five extra points for a 7-0 first-quarter lead.
Incle, who averaged 12.6 yards on just nine carries, scored on a 12-yard run to start a 21-0 second quarter. Nigro then threw a 5-yard TD pass to Briley Moore-McKinney and a 19-yard scoring pass to Incle for a 28-0 halftime lead.
Jake Lamb scored on a 17-yard TD pass from Nigro in the third quarter to put the Jaguars ahead 35-0.
Timberland scored a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to stop the running clock.
Moore-McKinney finished with 111 yards on eight receptions. Nigro completed 18 of 26 passes for 224 yards.
ROCKHURST 43, LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 13: Lee’s Summit North finished 1-9 after falling to host Rockhurst in a Class 6 District 4 matchup Friday night.
Chase Swisher ran for 111 yards on 25 carries but it wasn’t enough to lift the Broncos after they fell behind 20-0 after onee quarter.
Cameron Hairston scored on a 35-yard pass play from Nathan Webb to cut it to 20-7 but the Hawkets reeled off 17 more points before North could answer again on Duane Hampton’s 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
Rockhurst quarterback T.J. Green, the son of former Chiefs quarterback threw for four touchdowns and ran for another and A.J. Taylor ran for 101 yards on eight carries to lead the Hawklets (9-1).
OAK GROVE 78, PEMBROKE HILL 7: Oak Grove gave up the first score and then proceeded to score 78 unanswered points to destroy Pembroke Hill Friday at Panther Stadium.
The Panthers (8-2) advance to meet the winner of Saturday’s game between Hogan Prep and Kansas City Central on Oct. 31.
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