Scott City 28, Wellington 6
Scott City junior ran scored three of the Beavers’ four touchdowns Friday night in a 28-6 win over Wellington at home.
The Beavers scored two first-quarter touchdowns, including Hayes’ 15-yard receiving touchdown from Parker Gooden, in taking an early lead. Wellington scored its lone score in the second quarter, before Hayes took in two short runs for scores in each of the third and fourth quarter to seal the win.
He finished with 136 yards on 31 carries, and he had 31 receiving yards.
Scott City returns to GWAC league play next Friday, when the Beavers host Colby.
Syracuse 35, Sublette 0
Syracuse’s Payson Hawkins and Edgar Gonzalez combined for 213 yards on just 18 carries as the Bulldogs (2-4) shut out the Sublette Larks (0-6), 35-0, in a weather-shortened game Friday night in Sublette.
Junior Payson Hawkins finished the game with 108 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns. Joining Hawkins at the century mark was junior Edgar Gonzalez, who reached 105 yards on just four carries, scoring once.
Syracuse scored two touchdowns in the first quarter and three in the second quarter, before the game was called at halftime due to lightning.
Cimarron 30, Elkhart 0
The Cimarron Bluejays (4-2, 3-0) won their third game in a row after routing the Elkhart Wildcats (4-2, 2-2), 30-6, in a weather-shortened game in Cimarron Friday night.
Bluejay freshman Tate Seabolt finished the shortened game with three rushing touchdowns, two in the first quarter and one in the second quarter. Senior Jaylen Pickle had the other touchdown for the Bluejays, which was scored in the first quarter, in the win.
Elkhart’s lone touchdown came in the first quarter, when junior quarterback Lane Whisennand rushed in a 37-yard score for the Wildcats.
Cimarron will now host the Lakin Broncs in a pivotal game in the Hi-Plains League next Friday. Elkhart will look to keep pace in the HI-Plains league as the Wildcats take on the winless Sublette Larks.
Goodland 42, Ulysses 6
The Ulysses Tigers’ (0-6, 0-5) long season keeps getting longer as they dropped their sixth game in a row and remain winless this season after losing to the Goodland Cowboys (2-4, 1-2), 42-6, Friday night in Goodland.
Senior Cowboy signal caller Levi Archer had quite a game against the Tigers. Archer threw for 144 yards and three touchdowns on 10 attempts. He added 139 yards on the ground and had two more touchdowns rushing. That gave Archer a total of five touchdowns for the game.
Goodland would go on to score 42 points before Ulysses would score its first points of the game late in the fourth quarter. That came on a 3-yard touchdown run from junior Alonso Martinez.
Goodland will look to add to their winning total next week as the Cowboys take on the Concordia Panthers in Concordia. Ulysses is still on the search for its first win of the season and will try to earn that win in Mulvane as the Tigers take on the Wildcats next Friday.