Lakin 38, Sterling 22

A four-touchdown third quarter fueled the Lakin Broncs to a 38-22 win over visiting Sterling on Friday night. Trailing 14-12 after an early Sterling touchdown to begin the second half, the Broncs reeled off four-consecutive scores, the first a Kayden Christiansen 62-yard run.

Then William Gilleland returned a punt 40 yards for a score, Jose Perez scored of a 28-yard pass from Servando Gonzalez and then Gilleland broke off a 73-yard run to make it 38-14 for Lakin.

Sterling managed just one more touchdown to end the third quarter, before a scoreless fourth quarter sealed the win for the Broncs, who improve to 6-1.

Christiansen finished with 166 yards rushing, leading the Broncs’ running attack that racked up 385 yards.




Scoring summary

First Quarter

Ste: Myers 1 yd run (Weigel kick)

Lak: Christiansen 1 yd run (2 pt failed)

Second Quarter

Lak: Banuelos 10 yd run (2 pt failed)

Third Quarter

Ste: Myers 56 yd run (Weigel kick)

Lak: Christiansen 62 yd run (2 pt failed)

Lak: Gilleland 40 yd punt return (Hayzlett run)

Lak: Perez 28 yd pass from Gonzalez (2 pt failed)

Lak: Gilleland 73 yd run (2 pt failed)

Ste: Myers 5 yd run (Myers run)


Cimarron 60, Lyons 0

After dropping the first game of the season, the Cimarron Bluejays have reeled off six wins in a row, defeating the Lyons Lions, 60-0, Friday night in Cimarron.

Sophomore Tate Seabolt scored three touchdowns, on runs of 5, 2 and 26 yards, respectively, two of which were scored in the first quarter. Seabolt’s last touchdown came in the third quarter.

Dylan Thomas also had a pair of touchdown, scoring both in the second quarter to close out a 38 -oint half.

Cimarron will now look to close out the season on a seven game winning streak as they travel to Ellinwood to take on the Eagles.




First Quarter

CIM: Tate Seabolt 5 yd run (Two-point good), 3:38

CIM: Tate Seabolt 2 yd run (Two-point good), 0:52

Second Quarter

CIM: Anthony erives 18 yd run (Two-point good), 9:32

CIM:Dylan Harrison 7 yd run (Two-point good), 4:15

CIM: Dylan Harrison 4 yd run (Two-point good), :32

Third Quarter

CIM: Tate Seabolt 26 yd run (Two point good),10:55

CIM: Payton Marshall 68 yd punt return (Two-point good) 7:44

Fourth Quarter

CIM: Mason Eskam 7 yd run (PAT good), 0:15


Sedgwick 59, Sublette 14

The Sublette Larks are still in search for their first win this season, losing to the Sedgwick Cardinals 59-14 Friday in Sublette.

The Cardinals scored 52 of their 59 points in the first half, while holding the Larks scoreless. Sublette did score 15 points in the second half to avoid the shoutout.

Sophomore quarterback Brice WIlliamson led the way for the Larks with 62 yards rushing with a touchdown and 83 yards in the air with one touchdown and two interceptions.




Rushing Yards: Sedgwick: H. Schroeder 6-61-2, Burns 3-25-1, K. Schroeder 1-34-1, Smith 10-110, Totals 20-230-4. Sublette: Williamson 20-62-1, Randles 12-56, Totals 32-118-1.

Passing: Sedgwick: H. Schroeder 7-10-158-3, Burns 5-9-63, Totals 12-19-221-3. Sublette: Williamson 5-13-83-1-2, Garetson 0-1, Totals 5-14-83-1-2.

Receiving: Sedgwick: Nold 4-68-1, Lacey 2-65-1, Root 2-22-1, Sheperd 2-49, Totals 10-204-3.

Sublette: Watson 3-55-1, McVey 1-24, Garetson 1-4, Totals 5-83-1.


Elkhart 51, Stanton County 8

The Elkhart Wildcats closed out their regular season with an undefeated record, defeating the Stanton County Trojans, 51-8, Friday night in Johnson City.

Senior quarterback Lane Whisennand rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns, and Elian Prieto ran for 120 and another score for the Wildcats, who finished the regular season averaging 47.4 points per game. They now await their opponent in the playoffs as they have an off week in the last week of the regular season.




First Quarter

ELK: Bane 45 yd run

ELK: Prieto 1 yd rd

ELK: Prieto 60 yd pass from Whisennand

SC: Tacker 13 yd pass to Gerard

Third Quarter

ELK: Whisennand 60 yd run

Fourth Quarter

ELK: Whisennand 4 yd run

ELK: Whisennand 10 yd run

ELK:Moreno 4 yd run


Inman 28, Meade 27

The Meade Buffaloes dropped to 2-5 this season with a 28-27 loss to Inman on Friday night in Meade.

The Buffs nearly rallied from a 20-7 halftime deficit, but fell just short.