Hayes Center, Cambridge pitch shutouts Friday night

Monday, September 25, 2006
Ann Fornoff/Hayes Center Hayes Center's Levi Tyan (31) takes advantage of a hole his offensive line has provided him. Tyan rushed 228 yards on 35 carries against Creek Valley at Chappell Friday. Helping Tyan are teammates Justin Huss (42), Jake Rowley (12) and Luke Clifford (27). Hayes Center defeated Creek Valley 27-0. The Cardinals host Wauneta-Palisade for homecoming football action Friday night.

CHAPPELL -- Hayes Center pounded Creek Valley 27-0 in Friday night football action at Chappell.

"We opened district play with an inspired defensive effort against a good Creek Valley team," said Hayes Center coach Jim Cole.

"We scored two touchdowns in the first quarter with the wind and another right before half to take control going into the second half.

The only serious scoring threat by Creek Valley was late in the game where they turned it over on downs," said coach Cole.

Buck Richards and Matt Gohl led the team in tackles. Richards had 16 and Gohl had 14. Both Evan Richter and Stephan Gigax had 12 tackles and Logan Hamilton had 8.

Levi Tyan posted the first point for the Cardinals with a 65 yard run, with Jake Rowley making the kick. Gohl followed with a 24 yard pass run from Luke Clifford.

Rowley scored next with a 20 yard pass from Clifford and made the extra point. Clifford scored the with a 13 yard run with Rowley making the kick again and winning the game for the Cardinals.

Tyan put in 35 carries for 228 yards and Clifford led in passing with 84 yards. Rowley led in receiving with 4 receptions and 64 yards.

Cambridge 7,

NP-St. Pat's 0

CAMBRIDGE -- Cambridge's football team pushed by North Platte St. Pats 7-0 Friday night. The two teams remained scoreless until the third quarter.

Josh Keener posted the first and only score to the board for the Trojans with a 21-yard pass run from Bo Cribelli and David Campbell made the kick.

Lance Shifflet and Jackson Johnson led the team in rushing along with Cribelli and Keener.

Tribune 30, Cheylin 14

TRIBUNE -- The Greeley County-Tribune Jackrabbits scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns to overcome a 14-12 halftime deficit and defeated the Cheylin Cougars 30-14 Friday night at Tribune.

Sam Hengen scored Cheylin's touchdowns on runs of 4 and 9 yards and added a 2-point conversion.

Cheylin 6 8 0 0 -- 14
Tribune 6 6 0 18 -- 30

T-Ben Pierce 3 pass from Brandon Peter (pass failed)

C-Sam Hengen 4 run (run failed)

T-Corbin Myers 27 pass from Peter (run failed)

C-Hengen 9 run (Hengen run)

T-Peter 2 run (pass failed)

T-Drew Zerr 32 pass from Peter (pass failed)

T-Kyle Snyder 12 run (run failed)

St. Francis ranked fifth

WICHITA, Kan. -- The St. Francis High School football team dropped to fifth in the Wichita Eagle Kansas Class 2-1A rankings after Friday's 30-16 loss to Oakley.

St. Francis, ranked third last week, is 3-1.

Oakley, 4-0, is ranked third.

Class 2-1A powers Smith Center and Pittsburg Colgan, both 4-0, are ranked 1-2. Troy, 4-0, is ranked fourth.

Rawlins County-Atwood, 3-1, which blasted Colby 30-16, is rated among "others" in the poll.

St. Francis plays at Hoxie Friday while Rawlins County plays at Decatur Community-Oberlin.

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