Kansas roundup Week 2

By Brian Spano PrepsKC Senior Writer
Posted: September 8, 2018 - 12:07 AM



St. Thomas Aquinas 49, Blue Valley Southwest 8
St. Thomas Aquinas improved to 2-0 with a 49-8 thumping of Blue Valley Southwest in an EKL showdown Friday night. The Saints racked up 42 points in the first half.

Aquinas tailback Tyron rushed for 151 yards on the night and scores of 22 yards and 59 yards. Running mate Joe O'Leary added touchdown runs of 51 and eight yards.

Tanner Curry scored the lone touchdown for the Timberwolves (1-1) on a 59-yard run. He finished the game with 95 yards on five attempts.

Lansing 14, Basehor-Linwood 13
Lansing and Basehor-Linwood locked up in a tight United Kansas League battle Friday night with the Lions coming out on top 14-13 on a rainy Friday night. It pushed their record to 1-1 on the young season.

Lansing's scoring came from just one player. Running back Luke Schneider scored both of their touchdowns  each from a yard out. Konner McQuillan churned out 103 yards for the Lions. For the Bobcats, quarterback Dylan Mussett was involved with both of their touchdowns. He hit Dylan Donnelly for 12 yards and then ran for another for eight yards.

Both teams are 1-1 on the season.

Olathe South 35, Olathe Northwest 7
Evan Foster threw for three touchdowns to lead Olathe South to a 35-7 win over cross town rival Olathe Northwest to start the season a perfect 2-0. Northwest fell to 0-2. Foster had throws of 18, 13 and 6 yards. A. J. Shields caught two of those touchdowns and Grant Stainbrook caught the other one.

Running back Andrew Nehrbass finished the game with 121 yards rushing on 24 carries and a touchdown for South.

Defensively, South held Northwest to 188 yards of total offense

Washington 29, Harmon 0
Washington blanked Harmon 29-0 Friday night in a Kansas City Atchison League battle to even their record at 1-1.

Quarterback Alex Howard was a one-man wrecking crew, doing it both with his arm and his legs. First, he was three for seven for 33 yards and a touchdown pass to MarKeith Grayson for 40 yards. Second, he ran for three more touchdowns, including a two-point conversion and finished the contest with 121 yards on the ground on 24 carries.

While it was a tough night for the Hawks (0-2), running back Terrance Johnson ran for 44 yards.