DOUGLASS — The Douglass High School football team put together its best outing in at least two years Friday night and snapped a 10-game skid with a 62-8 pounding of Leon-Bluestem in Class 2A District 6 action.

The Bulldogs (1-5, 1-2 District 6) piled up 317 rushing yards while holding Bluestem to 108 total yards.

Dalton Hilyard scored three touchdowns on the ground and a fourth on a 31-yard fumble return late in the first half that put Douglass ahead 49-0 at the break.

Kye Jones started the scoring by returning an interception on the only pass attempt from Bluestem quarterback Brody Mohr 18 yards for a touchdown.

Quarterback Jordan Stoffel connected with Konner Kielhorn on a 36-yard TD pass and Hilyard scored his first touchdown on a 43-yard run. Wade Morgan capped the 28-point first quarter with a 10-yard TD run.

Hilyard scored on runs of 14 and 21 yards in the second quarter.

Douglass spread the wealth in the second half. Morgan scored on a 50-yard run in the third quarter and Jace Pichler ended the game with a 20-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.

The Lions (0-5, 0-3), who have lost 18 straight games, spoiled the shutout when Landen Wilson scored on a 66-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.

Bluestem ’s last victory was a 32-21 triumph on Oct. 4, 2019 at Yates Center.

Hilyard finished with 146 yards on just 10 carries and Morgan added 91 yards on just four totes.

Brady Roberts was 7 for 7 on extra-point attempts.

The Bulldogs play this Friday at Chaparral. The Class 2A No. 4-ranked Roadrunners (6-0, 3-0) rolled past Belle Plaine 56-21 on Friday.

Douglass 62, Leon-Bluestem 8

Bluestem    0    0    0    8    —    8

Douglass    28    21    7    6    —    62

First Quarter

D — Kye Jones 18 interception return (Brady Roberts kick).

D — Konner Kielhorn 36 pass from Jordan Stoffel (Roberts kick).

D — Dalton Hilyard 43 run (Roberts kick).

D — Wade Morgan 10 run (Roberts kick).

Second Quarter

D — Hilyard 14 run (Roberts kick).

D — Hilyard 21 run (Roberts kick).

D — Hilyard 31 fumble return (Roberts kick).

Third Quarter

D — Morgan 50 run (Jaytin Cathey kick).

Fourth Quarter

B — Landen Wilson 66 run (Talon Dotts run).

D — Jace Pichler 20 run (no attempt).


    LBHS    DHS

Rush Att-Yards    39-108    32-317

Passing Yards    0    84

Pass Comp-Att-Int    0-1-1    3-5-0


RUSHING — Bluestem, Landen Wilson 21-125, Laythan Vice 8-7, Caden Dawson 1-1, Brody Mohr 9-(minus 25). Douglass, Dalton Hilyard 10-146, Wade Morgan 4-91, Jace Pichler 12-83, Kyler Moore 3-7, Jordan Stoffel 3-(minus 10).

PASSING — Bluestem, Brody Mohr 0-1-1 0. Douglass, Jordan Stoffel 3-5-0 84.

RECEIVING — Bluestem, (none). Douglass, Konnor Kielhorn 1-36, Brock Stiner 1-25, Brady Roberts 1-23.


Oxford 47, Udall 6

OXFORD — Kyan Morris ran for three scores and passed for another Friday night, leading the Oxford Wildcats to a 47-6 hoe victory against arch rival Udall in 8-man I District 2 play.

The Wildcats (1-5, 1-4 SCBL, 1-2 District 2) led 31-6 at halftime.

Morris opened the scoring with a 23-yard touchdown run.

The lone score for the Eagles (1-5, 1-5, 0-3) came in the first quarter when Jensen Harness found Isaac Johnson on a 17-yard touchdown pass.

Morris scored on a 3-yard run and a 14-yard run, and Peyton Rush caught a 12-yard TD pass late in the first half.

Logan McLain scored on a 1-yard run and Ryland Dassel capped the scoring with an 8-yard TD run.

The Wildcats are home this Friday to face Central of Burden. The Eagles return home to face Chase County.

Oxford 47, Udall 6

Udall    6    0    0    0    —    6

Oxford    8    23    16    0    —    47

First Quarter

O — Kyan Morris 23 run (Peyton Rush pass from Logan McLain).

U — Isaac Johnson 17 pass from Jensen Harness (conversion failed).

Second Quarter

O — Morris 3 run (Morris run).

O — Morris 14 run (Morris kick).

O — Rush 12 pass from Morris (Morris run).

Third Quarter

O — McLain 1 run (Ryland Dassel pass from Morris).

O — Dassel 8 run (Karter Hiten pass from McLain).

Central of Burden 84, Flinthills 38

BURDEN — Quarterback Jace Wunderlich threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score, leading Central of Burden to an 84-38 victory against Flinthills in 8-man I District 2 play.

Tony Brogan ran for three TDs, caught another touchdown pass and returned an interception for a score for the Raiders (4-2, 4-1 SCBL, 2-1 District 2). Bradan Balman scored four rushing touchdowns and returned a kickoff for a fifth score.

Hunter Lowmaster scored twice for the visiting Mustangs (2-4, 2-3, 1-2). Conner Sigg and Brandon Gleason added fourth-quarter scores for Flinthills.

The Raiders, who led 44-16 at halftime, play this Friday at Oxford.

Central of Burden 84, Flinthills 38

Flinthills    0    16    0    22    —    38

Central    24    20    16    28    —    84

First Quarter

CB — Hunter O’Neil 6 pass from Jace Wunderlich (conversion good).

CB — Tony Brogan 6 pass from Wunderlich (conversion good).

CB — Brogan 2 run (conversion good).

Second Quarter

FH — Hunter Lowmaster 1 run (Tayler Brown run).

CB — Wunderlich 50 run (conversion failed).

CB — Bradan Balman 20 run (conversion good).

FH — Lowmaster 31 run (Brandon Gleason run).

CB — Balman 55 kickoff return (conversion failed).

Third Quarter

CB —  Brogan 40 pass from Wunderlich (conversion good).

CB — Balman 1 run (conversion good).

Fourth Quarter

FH — Conner Sigg 2 run (conversion failed).

CB — Balman 39 run (conversion good).

FH — Gleason 1 run (Tiler Slaughter-Scott pass from Tayler Brown).

CB — Balman 2 run (conversion failed).

FH — Gavin Girty 27 run (Gleason run).

CB — Brogan 41 run (conversion good).

CB — Brogan interception return (no conversion).


RUSHING — Flinthills, Hunter Lowmaster 31-136, Tayler Brown 17-77, Gavin Girty 3-43, Brandon Gleason 8-25, Tiler Slaughter-Scott 1-12, Conner Sigg 2-5. Central, n/a.

PASSING — Flinthills, Hunter Lowmaster 0-4-0 0, Tayler Brown 1-4-1 3. Central, n/a.

RECEIVING — Flinthills, Tiler Slaughter-Scott 1-3. Central, n/a.

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