Check out the graphic below for a quick rundown from the second week of action.
In Alma's third game of the season, they took on Thunder Ridge, Kansas. This Thunder Ridge team last year went 11-1 and was beat in the state semifinals. They returned six starters to their team. Alma kept it incredibly competitive as they fell 74-58. They entered the four quarter down just 50-44, but Thunder Ridge reeled off 24 points to Alma's 14.
Dundy County Stratton took on Perkins County and won big this past week, 54-14. Corbin Horner had an impressive game with 220 yards rushing and five touchdowns to lead the way for the Tigers.
Hitchcock County played on Saturday against Sandhills/Thedford, a game that was touted as one of the top games in eight-man football. Well, Hitchcock County took care of business in blowout fashion, as they won by a final score of 44-0.
Following a nice win in week one over Sutherland, the Maywood-Hayes Center Wolves took on South Loup. The Wolves fell in the matchup by a final score of 64-8. Hayden Kramer had a nice game with five catches for 108 yards.
Medicine Valley had another tough opponent this week as they took on the Burwell Longhorns. Unfortunately for the Raiders, they struggled in this matchup as they lost to the Longhorns 54-0.
The Southern Valley Eagles took on Ravenna on Friday night and lost 70-34. Kamden Bose had a monster game for the Eagles as he recorded 284 passing yards and four touchdowns to lead the way. Bose also had 89 yards rushing. Rian Grove was the leading receiver for the Eagles with 153 yards on eight catches and a score. Also, Mitchel Wilson had seven catches for 95 yards and three scores.