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8-man: Rolla, Satanta roll

Published 11/1/2013

By The Telegram

Rolla 56, Moscow 6

In Moscow, the visiting Pirates used a dominating 30-point second quarter to rout the host Wildcats, 56-6, wrapping up both team's 8-man Division II, District-8 season.

Kyler Telford led the way with five touchdowns (four running, one interception return) en route to the mercy rule-shortened contest. Telford scored on runs of 11, 48, 21 and 26 yards, and returned a pick 66 yards for his five scores. Rolla opened the scoring on a 11-yard pass fron Jaron Rusch to Jake Smith. The Wildcats answered on a 13-yarder of their own, as Brice Valdez connected with Alexis Manriquez, but it was all clear sailing for the Pirates from there.

The win locked up the Pirates' (7-2, 3-2) Sante Fe Trail League Title, while the Wildcats dropped to 3-6 overall and 2-3 in district play.


Rolla 14 30 6 6 -- 56

Moscow 6 0 0 0 -- 6

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

ROL--Jake Smith 11 pass from Jaron Rusch (Kyler Telford run), 7:18

MOS--Alexis Manriquez 13 pass from Brice Valdez (pass failed), 2:48

ROL--Telford 11 run (run failed), :49.

Second Quarter

ROL--Telford 48 run (pass failed), 10:05

ROL--Obie Telford 22 interception return (K. Telford run), 9:14

ROL--K. Telford 21 run (Jordan Schwindt run), 3:57

ROL--K. Telford 66 interception return (K. Telford pass from Rusch), :19

Third Quarter

ROL--Rusch 6 run (pass failed), :17

Fourth Quarter

ROL--K. Telford 26 run (game called due to mercy rule), 11:13

Satanta 56, Deerfield 8

In Satanta, the Indians 56-8 win over the Spartans took a back seat to the return of Anthony Crump, who was injured in a freshman game earlier this season. The full story on Crump's return can be seen on the front cover of The Telegram.

The Indians got on the board first with an eight yard run by Jesus Garcia. The offensive onslaught would continue for the Indians as they scored the next five touchdowns in the second and third quarters.

Deerfield would get their only score of the night on a Alex Mata touchdown reception in the third quarter.


Satanta 8 24 16 8 -- 56

Deerfield 0 0 8 0 -- 8

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

SA--Garcia 8 run (Colantonio catch)

Second Quarter

SA--Longoria 10 run (PAT failed)

SA--Garcia run (Longoria run)

SA--Garcia catch (Longoria run)


Third Quarter

SA--Garcia catch (Colantonio catch)

SA--Longoria 11 run (Alvarado catch)

D--Mata catch (Fisher catch)

Fourth Quarter


SA--Longoria 7 run

Jetmore 50, South Gray 0

At Jetmore, the Longhorns would run all over the visiting South Gray Rebels by a score of 50-0.

The Longhorns got on the board with 9:41 left in the first quarter on a 7-yard run by Alex Kreger. The Longhorns would score in every quarter except for the fourth.

The Longhorns Alex Kreger would be one of the biggest, if not the biggest, players of the night as he went 4-of-6 passing for 68 yards and one touchdown, while also adding 144 rushing yards for three touchdowns on only 11 carries.


Jetmore 16 20 14 0 -- 50

South Gray 0 0 0 0 -- 0

Scoring Summary

First Quarter

HC--Kreger 7 run (2 point good), 9:41

HC--Hayes 29 pass from Kreger (2 point good), 8:57

Second Quarter

HC--Kreger 27 run (Lee pass), 12:00

HC--Hayes 19 interception (PAT failed)

HC--Carter 1 run (PAT failed)

Third Quarter

HC--Washburn 13 run (Washburn run)

HC--Kreger 21 run (PAT failed)

Fourth Quarter

No Scoring

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