Scott City 28, Goodland 0

Behind Jarret Jurgens and Wyatt Hayes’ four rushing touchdowns, the Scott City Beavers beat Goodland, 28-0, Friday night and took full control of the Class 4A-II District 7, improving to a perfect 8-0 and 2-0 in the district.

Jurgens had 207 rushing yards and two scores on just nine carries, while Hayes carried the ball 17 times for 152 yards. The Beavers racked up 427 rushing yards.

The defense held Goodland to just 175 yards, as the Cowboys fell to 2-7 and 0-2.

Kingman 10, Hugoton 6

The Hugoton Eagles (3-5) dropped their second straight district game to to the Kingman Eagles, 10-6, Friday night in Hugoton. With the loss on Friday, Hugoton now sits in fourth in Class 4A-II District 8.

The only points of the first half for either side came in the first quarter, when a Luis Franco field goal put Kingman up 3-0. Kingman later added to its lead in the third quarter, when running back Wil Milford scored on a two-yard run.

Hugoton cut into the lead when senior quarterback Manny Mendoza connected with senior wide receiver Dawson Burnett for an 18-yard touchdown.

With two district loses, Hugoton will now travel to Pratt to take on the Greenbacks next Friday night. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Spearville 49, Wichita County 0

The Spearville Lancers continued their undefeated run this season (8-0, 4-0 District) by defeating the Wichita County Indians (3-5, 1-3), 46-0, Friday in Leoti.

The Lancers made quick work of the Indians, as Spearville scored 22 points in the first quarter and 24 in the second quarter. Senior running back Bailey Sites finished the game with three rushing touchdown and junior quarterback Kolby Stein added two more through the air.

The Indians did hold the Lancers to 46 points, their season low. Spearville is still averaging 49.5 points per game this season and only allowing opponents to score 9.5 points per game.

The Indians will now travel to Ness City to try and close out the season on a winning note. As for the Lancers, they will also be on the road as they will travel to Kinsley to take on the winless Coyotes next Friday night.

Cimarron 76, Syracuse 0

After a 76-0 rout of host Syracuse Friday night, the Cimarron Bluejays have now won five in a row and two in district play, and are atop the Class 3A District 16 table.

The points came early and often for the Bluejays as seniors Jaylen Pickle and Josh Seabolt both finished the game with three touchdowns, all before halftime. The 76 points scored by Cimarron is the highest point total so far this season and are the most Syracuse has allowed this season.

The Bluejays will now travel to Johnson City to take on the Southwestern Heights Mustangs to try to remain perfect in district play. Syracuse fell to 1-1 in district play and will play the Lakin Broncs next Friday for the final district game of the season.

Ingalls 66, Deerfield 0

The Ingalls Bulldogs (5-2, 3-0) officially wrapped up the Class 8M-II District 8 championship by defeating the Deerfield Spartans, 66-0, in Deerfield Friday night. With the win on Friday, the Bulldogs went undefeated in district play and will host a game in the first round of the 8M-II playoffs.

Sophomore Antonio Escobar had quite a game, scoring two defensive touchdowns. The first one came after a blocked punt was returned by Escobar for a 22-yard touchdown. The second came in the second quarter when Escobar picked off the Spartan quarterback and took it back for a 40-yard interception return.

Joining Escobar with multiple touchdowns on Friday was senior Mikel Osbourne, who scored two on the ground and returned a punt for his third one of the game.

The Bulldogs now have an open week, before playing in the first round of the playoffs, which are set to begin on Nov. 11. Deerfield will try to get its first win of the season as the Spartans travel to Minneola to take on the also winless Wildcats.