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Week 4 HS FB Scores

Updated: Sep 27, 2021

Here are the finals from Week 4 of the high school football season in Southwestern Kansas. We also have some summaries of select games.

We love to be able to mention as many kids as possible in our summaries. To help with that, please send your stats for each game to when they are available. As we get information into us, we will add summaries when possible.

Week 4 Schedule:

Class 6A

Garden City (3-1) 27, Hays (3-1) 21

Colin Kleysteuber scored a pair of rushing touchdowns, including a 1-yard plunge with about 2 minutes remaining to lift the Buffaloes to a key road win at Hays.

Caleb Wiese had two touchdown passes for Garden City, one each to Zach Keosengphat and Jerry Artega. The defense came up big when it had to, arguably none nigger that Terrell Elliott's QB sack with less than a minute to go as the Indians were looking to drive for a game-tying or game-winning score.

Bishop Carroll (3-1) 38, Dodge City (3-1) 23

Class 5A

Liberal (2-2) 36, Wichita Southeast (1-3) 6

Class 4A

Chaunte (3-1) 48, Ulysses (1-3) 0

Class 3A

Holcomb (3-1) 55, Nickerson (0-4) 0

Khal Cosner opened the game with a 70-yard kick return for a touchdown, and added another score on the ground, while Kaden Johnson threw three TD passes as the Longhorns rolled past Nickerson. Levi Knoll had two scoring receptions for Holcomb.

Colby (2-2) 39, Smoky Valley (3-1) 14

Tyler Voss rushed for 241 yards and three touchdowns, while Zane Betz added a scoring run and TD reception as Colby snapped a tw-game slide and opened district play with a win. Voss scored on runs of 42, 1 and 57 yards in the win.

Scott City (3-1) 21, Goodland (0-4) 6

Cheney (4-0) 49, Hugoton (2-2) 7

Class 2A

Cimarron (3-1) 40, Southwestern Heights (1-3) 13

Braxton Harrison had three touchdown passes while mason Eskam rushed for 129 yards and two more scores as the Bluejays took care of the Mustangs on Friday at Kismet.

The Mustangs were led by Memo Flores, who rushed for a game-high 148 yards while accounting for a team-high 16 tackles on defense.

Lakin (3-1) 20, Ellis (0-4) 8

Hays-TMP (3-1) 62, Syracuse (1-3) 0

Class 1A

Elkhart (2-2) 20, Wichita Independent (0-2) 13

Clayton Cole passed for 154 yards and two touchdowns, while adding a TD on the ground as Elkhart picked up a key road win Friday in Wichita. Murray Houtz and Clayton Nave each collected a scoring reception from Cole.

Forest Quigley (12 total tackles), Austin Rich (11 tackles, 2 TFL) and Lane Runkle (two sacks) led the defense, which came up with five quarterback sacks on the night.

Sedgwick (4-0) 62, Stanton County (2-2) 0

Whitewater-Remington (3-1) 34, Sublette (0-3) 6

8-Man Division I

Meade (4-0) 46, Spearville (2-2) 14

Wichita County (3-1) 54, Hodgeman County (2-2) 32

8-Man Division II

Wallace County (1-3) 50, Logan-Palco (1-2) 36

Tyler Corby scored three times, including a 65-yard kick return for a score, while Cade Johnson ran for two late scores and passed for a third to lift Wallace County to their first win of the season.


Weskan (3-1) 37, Cheylin (2-2) 33

Greeley County (2-2) 63, Deerfield (0-4) 7

Ashland (3-0) 61, Moscow (3-1) 12

Northern Valley (3-1) 69, Rolla (0-4) 6

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