Here’s the 913 area high school football Week 7 recap for teams in the Eastern Kansas League, Sunflower League and five other squads, including team’s overall record, conference record, last week’s result, this week’s opponent and a comment.
Eastern Kansas League
1. Bishop Miege (6-1, 5-1)
Beat Spring Hill 67-14; Fri. vs. Louisburg
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Seven different players were involved with touchdown drives for the Stags.
2. Blue Valley North (6-1, 5-1)
Beat Shawnee Mission South 48-0; Thurs. vs. Shawnee Mission Northwest
Joey Dolan connected with Alex Blake for four of his five touchdown passes.
3. St. Thomas Aquinas (5-2, 4-1)
Beat Blue Valley Southwest 70-7; Fri. vs. Blue Valley West
Eight different players scored touchdowns for the Saints. Karter Odermann led with three.
4. Blue Valley (5-2, 3-2)
Beat Gardner Edgerton 35-7; Fri. at Olathe South
The Tigers gave up the first points of the game, but responded with five straight touchdowns.
5. Blue Valley West (2-5, 2-3)
Lost to Pittsburg 56-13; Fri. at St. Thomas Aquinas
Nathan Wiles was a bright spot in the Jaguars’ loss, passing for two touchdowns.
6. Blue Valley Southwest (2-5, 1-4)
Lost to St. Thomas Aquinas 70-7; Fri. vs. Pittsburg
The Timberwolves have been held to 14 or fewer points in each of their losses this season.
7. Gardner Edgerton (1-6, 1-4)
Lost to Blue Valley 35-7; Fri. at Blue Valley Northwest
The Trailblazers have lost four in a row, since topping Blue Valley Southwest for their first win.
8. Blue Valley Northwest (1-6, 0-5)
Beat Olathe South 44-20; Fri. vs. Gardner Edgerton
The Huskies picked up their first victory of the season with their highest scoring game.
1. Lawrence (7-0, 5-0)
Beat Olathe Northwest 35-7; Fri. vs. Olathe North
Two of JD Woods’ three rushing touchdowns came on runs that were 45 or more yards.
2. Olathe North (7-0, 5-0)
Beat Olathe East 53-27; Fri. at Lawrence
The Eagles have scored 30 points or more in all but one game and have only allowed 30 just once.
3. Shawnee Mission West (6-1, 5-1)
Beat Shawnee Mission Northwest 45-6; Fri. at Shawnee Mission South
Vikings’ kicker Josh Compton had a 48-yard interception return, a field goal and six extra points.
4. Shawnee Mission East (6-1, 4-1)
Beat Harmon 69-0; Thurs. vs. Wyandotte
The Lancers’ defense picked up its third shutout of the season to start district play.
5. Olathe Northwest (6-1, 4-1)
Lost to Lawrence 35-7; Fri. vs. Olathe East
The Ravens dug themselves a hole by giving up four consecutive touchdowns to start the game.
6. Lawrence Free State (4-3, 3-3)
Beat Washburn Rural 35-7; Fri. vs. Manhattan
The Firebirds have won four consecutive games and held opponents to single digits in three.
7. Olathe East (3-4, 3-2)
Lost to Olathe North 53-27; Fri. at Olathe Northwest
The Hawks have lost back-to-back games for the second time this season.
8. Shawnee Mission North (2-5, 1-5)
Beat Wyandotte 49-30; Fri. vs. Harmon
The Indians snapped a five-game losing streak that dated back to the second week of the season.
9. Olathe South (1-6, 1-4)
Lost to Blue Valley Northwest 44-20; Fri. vs. Blue Valley
The Falcons are enduring a tough stretch, having lost five consecutive games.
10. Shawnee Mission Northwest (1-6, 1-4)
Lost to Shawnee Mission West 45-6; Thurs. at Blue Valley North
The Cougars were held to single digits for the second time in four games.
11. Leavenworth (1-6, 0-5)
Beat Schlagle 38-0; Fri. at Washington
The Pioneers picked up their first victory of the season in a district rout.
12. Shawnee Mission South (0-7, 0-6)
Lost to Blue Valley North 48-0; Fri. vs. Shawnee Mission West
The Raiders have been outscored by 98 points in the last two weeks.
1. Mill Valley (6-1, 0-0)
Beat St. James Academy 45-14; Fri. vs. Bonner Springs
Christian Jegen scored three rushing touchdowns and Logan Koch added three through the air.
2. St. James Academy (6-1, IND)
Lost to Mill Valley 45-14; Fri. at Turner
The Thunder built up a 14-10 lead, but suffered their first loss of the season to Mill Valley.
3. De Soto (5-2, 2-1)
Beat Baldwin 29-16; Fri. vs. Eudora
The Wildcats have found some consistency on offense, scoring 27, 28 and 29 points in their last three games.
4. Spring Hill (1-6, 1-4)
Lost to Bishop Miege 67-14; Thurs. at Sumner Academy
In Friday’s loss, the Broncos gave up nine consecutive touchdowns to Bishop Miege.
5. Immaculata/Maranatha (0-6)
Did not play; Fri. vs. Jefferson County North
The team had an extra week to prepare for district games and is still looking for its first victory.