It was another busy week of football in the third week of the season in the RPAC. Check out the graphic below with all the scores and some notes and highlights from the past week.
Arapahoe fell in their matchup against a tough Lawrence-Nelson team 68-14. Will Shaw had an excellent game for the Warriors as he carried the ball for 165 yards and two scores.
The Dundy County Stratton Tigers just keep on winning. This time they took down Axtell 40-7. Corbin Horner was solid again for the Tigers as he had 151 yards rushing and a touchdown. Freshman Ethan Latta had 158 yards and two scores, and Mauricio Diaz had 171 yards and two touchdowns too.
The Wolves of Maywood-Hayes Center bounced back nicely in shootout fashion in their 59-50 win over Silver Lake. Hayden Kramer was effective with 200 yards passing and 276 yards rushing with nine touchdowns as well to lead the way.
The Southwest Roughriders lost a tight one against Wilcox-Hildreth last Thursday. The Roughriders went into the final quarter down 14-0. Southwest reeled off 28 points, but the Falcons scored 18 of their own to seal the win. Hunter Blume had 51 yards and a touchdown for the Roughriders who are now 2-1.
Wallace lost in a tough one to Garden County, 20-8. Carson Glunz had a nice game with 142 yards rushing and a touchdown. Head coach of the Wildcats, Eric Miller, had this to say about the matchup. "Hats off to Garden County. They came to Wallace and frustrated us. They were a physical team that played good team defense and blocked well. We will need to get after it in practice to get ready for South Platte next week."
Wauneta-Palisade won their matchup against Sioux City, 33-12. Kyle Jutten had another nice game for the Broncos with 125 yards and two touchdowns. Grayden Sutherland was excellent on defense with a nine tackle performance.
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