Blue Valley West 31, Saint Thomas Aquinas 7
Three third-quarter touchdowns claimed the lead for good and the host Jaguars claimed their first win over St. Thomas Aquinas since 2013 on Thursday night.
Blue Valley West quarterback Jack Schneider scored two of those third quarter touchdowns as he led all rushers with 94 yards. His 176 yards through the air was also a game high.
His first TD run covered 28 yards on the first drive after halftime, giving BV West (4-2, 3-2 Eastern Kansas League) its first lead at 10-7.
Sean Carroll had given the Saints (2-4, 1-3) the lead after a scoreless first quarter.
But Mike Montonen kicked a 64-yard field goal to cut into that lead before halftime.
Basehor-Linwood 54, Washington 0
Brady Garrison was nearly flawless for the host Bobcats, while Zack Sisemore scored three touchdowns and ran for 172 yards as Basehor-Linwood remained undefeated on Friday.
Garrison had just one incompletion from his 11 passes, connecting for three touchdowns and 176 yards passing for the Bobcats (6-0), who are ranked No. 4 in Class 4A.
Brant Wilson was the game’s top receiver, covering 104 yards and hauling in Garrison’s first TD pass and taking it 61 yards.
The Wildcats (2-3) managed just 55 yards of offense and turned the ball over three times.
St. James Academy 42, Blue Valley Southwest 13
The Thunder earned their second consecutive win and first in the Eastern Kansas League behind a do-it-all performance from quarterback Jackson House.
House completed three touchdown passes and passed for 256 yards in the process while running for a game-high 151 yards and two more touchdowns.
Tyler Claiborne was the recipient of two of House’s touchdown passes. John Niesen also caught a touchdown pass and had a game-high 151 yards receiving for St. James (2-4, 1-4).
Dylan Dunn threw a touchdown pass to Hank Phillips and also ran for a touchdown for the Timberwolves (2-4, 0-3).
Bishop Ward 34, Baldwin 6
James Jarrett III scored four times and ran for 125 yards as the visiting Cyclones scored all 34 of their points in the first half, then cruised the rest of the way.
Christian Stein completed 7 of 10 of his passes for 194 yards, nearly 28 yards per completion for Bishop Ward (3-3).
QB Jack Harvey was the primary offensive spark for Baldwin (0-5), passing for 189 yards and the Bulldogs only touchdown and leading the team in rushing.