8-man: Rolla, Ingalls win big in Week 8


By The Telegram

By The Telegram

Rolla 53, Bucklin 8

At Rolla, it only took one half of football as the Pirates coasted to a blowout victory against the Red Aces Friday night.

The Telford brothers, Kyler and Obie, combined for seven touchdowns that led the game to be called at halftime due to a 45-point mercy rule.

Rolla (6-2, 2-2) will travel to Moscow next week to take on the Wildcats. Bucklin fell to (0-8, 0-4) on the season and still in search of its first victory in their last 47 games.


Bucklin 0 8 x x -- 8

Rolla 34 19 x x -- 53

First Quarter

ROL--Kyler Telford 41 pass from Obie Telford (run failed), 11:52

ROL--Schwindt 24 run (pass failed), 9:11

ROL--Kyler Telford 51 punt return (Rusch run), 7:34

ROL--Obie Telford 5 pass from Rusch (pass failed), 3:42

ROL--Team safety, 3:37

ROL--Obie Telford 41 run (kick failed), 3:08

Second Quarter

BUC--Davis 9 pass from Pianalto (Warnke run), 8:24

ROL--Kyler Telford 25 run (Silva kick), 8:05

ROL--Obie Telford 28 run (kick failed), 5:42

ROL--Kyler Telford 10 run (kick failed), 3:31

Ingalls 54, Ashland 6

At Ingalls, the Bulldogs took care of business at home scoring 38 unanswered points in a 54-6 drumming over Ashland.

Ingalls had three 50 yard-plus runs and Brandon Sandoval had four runs of 30-plus runs of his own, including two 50-yard runs for scores.

The Bulldogs (6-2, 3-1) will travel to Bucklin next week to face off against the winless Red Aces.


Ashland 0 6 0 x -- 6

Ingalls 22 26 6 x -- 54

First Quarter

ING--Sandoval 50 run (conversion failed)

ING--Sandoval 42 run (conversion failed)


ING--Sandoval 4 run (conversion failed)

Second Quarter

ING--Sandoval 30 run (Edmondson conversion)


ING--Sandoval 50 run (Cox conversion)

ASH--Konrade 64 pass from Kay (conversion failed)


ING--Cox 15 run (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

ING--Edmondson 70 run

Spearville 56, South Gray 22

At Montezuma, Spearville's Nathan Stein was a dual-threat Friday night accounting for five total touchdowns as the Lancers defeated the Rebels 56-22.

Stein completed 3-of-5 passess for 79 yards and two scores in the air and rushed for 140 yards on 14 carries, adding three touchdowns on the ground.

It was a four-point game early in the third quarter before the Lancers finished off the game with 30 unanswered points.

Spearville (7-1, 3-1) will look to finish the season on a four game winning streak with a win over Minneola next week. South Gray (4-4, 3-1) will aim to give Hodgeman County its first loss of the season on the road.


Spearville 6 20 16 14 -- 56

South Gray 8 6 8 0 -- 22

First Quarter

SG--Friesen 14 run (two-point conversion), 8:40

SPE--Stein 54 run (conversion failed), 2:58

Second Quarter

SPE--Heskamp 15 run (conversion failed), 11:54

SG--Griebel 34 punt return (conversion failed), 6:26

SPE--Heskamp 62 pass from Kliessen (conversion failed), 5:35

SPE--Heskamp 30 pass from Stein (conversion failed), 3:37

Third Quarter

SG--Guenther 69 kickoff return (two-point conversion), 11:47

SPE--Stein 56 run (two-point conversion), 11:29

SPE--Stein 6 run (conversion failed), 1:08

Fourth Quarter

SPE--Davis 29 interception return (conversion failed), 11:24

SPE-- Stephenson 26 pass from Stein (two-point conversion), 4:02

Medicine Lodge 58, Sublette 6

At Medicine Lodge, Sublette could only muster a fourth-quarter touchdown as they fell 58-6 on the road in district play.

Medicine Lodge went up 36-0 at halftime on its way to the dominating win.

Scott Beecher led Medicine Lodge with 174 yards on the ground and 46 yards passing, accounting for four touchdowns.

Travis Webb led the Larks with 47 yards rushing and scored the only touchdown for Sublette.


Sublette 0 0 0 6 -- 6

Medicine Lodge 15 21 15 7 -- 58

ML--Beecher 16 pass to Rihert (Beecher to Axline)

ML--Beecher 12 run (Briles kick)

Second Quarter

ML--Beecher 80 run (Briles kick)

ML--Rihert 9 run (Briles kick)

ML--Beecher pass to Woodward (Briles kick)

Third Quarter

ML--Axline 4 run (Briles kick)

ML--Rihert 12 run (pass good)

Fourth Quarter

ML--Noland 33 run (Briles kick)

Sub--Webb 14 run (No PAT)

Hodgeman County 52, Deerfield 0

At Deerfield, Hodgeman County made quick of the home-standing Spartans as they rolled 52-0 in a game called by halftime in a district matchup.

The Longhorns racked up 263 yards of offense while holding Deerfield to minus-16 in the dominating win.

Hodgeman County scored four touchdowns in the opening quarter and three more times in the second to remain undefeated (8-0, 4-0 in districts).


Hodgeman Co. 28 20 x x -- 52

Deerfield 0 0 x x -- 0

First Quarter

H--5 run (run good)

H--6 run (conversion failed)

H--38 pass (conversion failed)

H--7 run (run good)

Second Quarter

H--6 run (run good)

H--4 run (run good)

H--8 run (run good)

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