Kansas side Week 2 roundup

By Stuart Goldman PrepsKC staff writer
Posted: September 9, 2017 - 12:34 AM

Olathe South 21, Olathe Northwest 7
Quarterback Nick Jouret scored three touchdowns to give the Falcons their first win of the season.

After Olathe Northwest took a 7-0 lead with 9:01 left in the first quarter, Olathe South’s Jake Worley set up the Falcons’ first score midway through the second quarter. Jouret’s 2-yard touchdown run and Adam Young’s extra point tied the game at 7.

Olathe South took a 14-7 lead with 7:10 left in the third on Jouret’s 1-yard run. Jouret ended the scoring on a 55-yard touchdown run with 7:20 left. A holding penalty late in the game negated what would have been Jouret’s fourth touchdown.

Olathe South plays next Friday at Lee’s Summit.

Olathe Northwest fell to 0-2.

Shawnee Mission East 41, Shawnee Mission Northwest 0
The Lancers improved to 2-0 after cruising to a 31-0 halftime lead. Quarterback Milton Braasch scored on a 9-yard run, then hit Harrison Gooley with a 33-yard touchdown pass. Tyler Stottle’s 33-yard interception return for a touchdown gave Shawnee Mission East a 28-0 lead.

The Lancers have outscored their opponents 69-6, including a 28-6 win over Olathe South in the season-opener.

Shawnee Mission Northwest fell to 0-2.

Basehor-Linwood 38, Spring Hill 0
Basehor-Linwood has outscored its opponents 110-0 in its first two games. JC Watson took the opening kickoff for a touchdown, the first of his three scores on the night. Nolan Ford’s 48-yard touchdown run and 34-yard touchdown catch gave the Bobcats a 21-0 lead. Two more touchdowns from Watson — the second on a 47-yard run — gave Basehor-Linwood a 35-0 lead. Parker Rusk’s 41-yard field goal ended the scoring early in the fourth quarter.

Basehor-Linwood beat Bishop Ward 72-0 in its season-opener.

Spring Hill fell to 0-2.

Louisburg 35, Piper 7
Louisburg (2-0) never looked back after Ben Minster returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown. Quarterback Blue Caplinger gave the Wildcats a 13-0 lead on a 41-yard touchdown run. Louisburg led 21-0 midway through the second quarter after a 13-yard touchdown pass from Madden Rutherford to Brayden Gage. Austin Moore added the 2-point run.

After Piper (0-2) got on the board with 5 minutes left in the third on an 8-yard touchdown run, Rutherford hit Desmond Doles on a screen pass that resulted in a 45-yard touchdown for a 28-7 Louisburg lead. Moore’s 45-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter put the Pirates away.