High schools

Friday’s high school football highlights

Updated: 2013-09-28T18:07:44Z

At BLUE SPRINGS 38, LIBERTY 21: Dalvin Warmack of Blue Springs ran for four touchdowns, the last on a 60-yard run.

BLUE VALLEY 56, at BLUE VALLEY NORTH 10: Chance Nelson of Blue Valley rushed for 202 yards in 11 carries and scored three touchdowns.

At BLUE VALLEY SOUTHWEST 34, ST. THOMAS AQUINAS 14: Quarterback Drake Herrman of BV Southwest ran for two touchdowns and passed for another.

At BONNER SPRINGS 42, PIPER 6: It was an eight-point game at halftime, then Bonner Springs scored 21 third-quarter points.

CENTER 34, at ST. PIUS X 15: All five of Center’s touchdowns were of 65 or more yards, including an 83-yard run by Raheem Muhammad.

FORT OSAGE 35, at RAYTOWN 0: Ezra Vaoifi of For Osage carried the ball 26 times for 185 yards and three touchdowns.

At LEE’S SUMMIT 44, RAYMORE-PECULIAR 38: Quarterback Drew Lock of Lee’s Summit completed 22 of 33 passes for 306 yards and two touchdowns. Tigers receiver Levi Fountain had 196 receiving yards.

At LEE’S SUMMIT WEST 35, LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 3: Ryan Williams paced West with two touchdowns, one on an 11-yard reception and the other on a 5-yard run.

At OAK GROVE 61, ODESSA 0: Three of Oak Grove’s touchdowns came on runs of 55 or more yards. Another was on a 78-yard punt return by Aaron Graham.

At OLATHE EAST 61, SM NORTH 12: Jalen Branson of Olathe East rushed for 178 yards and two touchdowns, including a 60-yard score.

At OLATHE SOUTH 21, SM SOUTH 7: Two Olathe South players had big rushing nights. Kyhiem Matthews ran for 174 yards and Ra’Keim Abdul had 142 yards.

PARK HILL 45, at RUSKIN 6: Jeremiah Benson scored Park Hill’s first touchdown on a 39-yard punt return.

At PEMBROKE HILL 33, TRENTON 13: The Raiders outscored Trenton 20-7 in the second half and were sparked by Charlie Mueller’s 181 rushing yards.

At PLEASANT HILL 52, GRAIN VALLEY 21: QB Josh Schumaker sparked Pleasant Hill with one rushing touchdown and three TD passes. Pleasant Hill led 10-7 after one quarter, then put up 28 second-quarter points.

At ROCKHURST 27, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 6: Among the game’s touchdowns were a 35-yard interception return by Rockhurst’s Sam Tanner and a 96-yard kickoff return by Brandin Dandridge of Blue Springs South.

STALEY 45, at BELTON 7: Quarterback Jordan Robben threw for three touchdowns for Staley, which led 33-0 at the half.

At TURNER 49, BISHOP WARD 12: Turner quarterback Paul Berry threw four touchdown passes, including three to Sirr Green.

At WASHINGTON 38, HARMON 6: Among Washington’s touchdowns were a 40-yard fumble return by Derek Jones and a 60-yard run by Kalem Harrison.

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