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Week 4 RPAC Football Results


It was another exciting week of football for RPAC teams. 8-man teams started district play and the action did not disappoint. Before we get into the results in the blog, let's take a look at the Weekly Scoreboard brought to you by MNB Realty.



  • It was a key matchup in the D1-9 District as Alma played host to Arapahoe. It was a high-drama game as Arapahoe was able to capture the win, 44-38. Arapahoe jumped out to a big lead and led by three scores early in the game. But, Alma's ability to strike quickly and their screen pass game was pivotal in getting them back into was impressive. And on the flip side, for Arapahoe, when adversity hit, they made big plays. The Cardinals were led by Jakin Neal with 362 yards passing and two touchdowns. He is over 1,000 yards passing this season now. Zavier Mitchell had 127 yards receiving and a score and Alek Molzahn had 174 yards receiving on 11 catches and a touchdown. For Arapahoe, Will Cacy had 148 yards and three touchdowns. Alma is now 4-1 and will have a bye week before playing Cambridge on the road on September 29th. Arapahoe is now 4-0 and will play Cambridge on Friday at home. That will be the RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup this week.


  • Bertrand played host to Dundy County Stratton on Friday, a top-10 team in Class D2. These two squads are part of the D2-8 District. It was Dundy County Stratton who won big, 44-8. Bertrand falls to 0-4 and will battle Hitchcock County on the road Friday. DCS will play Medicine Valley at home this Friday and look to build on their 4-0 record.


  • Cambridge and Southern Valley played in an important D1-9 District game. Cambridge won by a final score of 28-18. Cambridge was led by Carson Trompke. He was efficient 10-14 passing with 170 yards and three touchdowns. He added 68 yards and a touchdown on the ground too. Dierks Sayer carried the ball 13 times for 53 yards. Jayden Ruf added 55 yards on the ground too. Ruf led the team with tackles, 16 of them, and Hunter Perks had 15 for the Trojans. Southern Valley had to adapt as quarterback Kamden Bose was out with an injury. Prestin Howart played the QB position and was 6-10 with 66 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Kody Collins had another big game. 17 carries for 148 yards and a touchdown. The Trojans are 2-2 and will play Arapahoe this Friday and that will be the RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. Southern Valley is 2-2 and will take on Hi-Line Friday on the road.


  • Hitchcock County had a D2-8 District matchup on Friday against Loomis. The Falcons got a big win over the Wolves, 28-14. Scoring didn't take place until the second quarter when the Falcons put up a touchdown and went up 8-0. That was the score at halftime. In the last two quarters, they outscored Loomis 20-14 to secure the win. The Falcons are 2-2 and will face Bertrand at home this Friday.


  • Maxwell got back in the win column on Friday night as they beat Sandhills Valley 38-32. An important game for the Wildcats in the D1-10 District. Maxwell had a steady dose of running from Jesse Reyes, 104 yards three touchdowns, Levi Huffman had 117 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Maxwell is 2-2 and will play Hemmingford at home this week.



  • Maywood-Hayes Center played Medicine Valley and won 70-36. This game was the RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup and you can read the game story here.




  • Paxton came off the bye week looking to make a splash on Friday against top-ranked Shelton and they nearly pulled off the upset. The difference in the game was the first quarter. Shelton scored twice and led 14-6 after that first period. After that, the scoring was even 31-31 through the final three quarters. Gunnar Foster had 70 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Tommy Markussen had 169 yards of offense and two touchdowns for Paxton too. The Tigers are 1-2 and will begin D6-4 District play on Friday at Arthur County.


  • The Roughriders of Southwest had an interesting Thursday in their matchup versus Creek Valley. The game was called off in the second quarter due to the weather. Southwest secured a nice win though, 36-0. Nathan Rippe had three carries for 48 yards and two scores. Mitchell Stritt carried the ball three times for 34 yards and a touchdown. Southwest is 2-1 and will begin D6-4 District play versus Waunea-Palisade this Friday.



  • Wallace got their first win of the season beating South Platt big, 50-16. Ivan Aceves had 131 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Riley Strawder added 57 yards and two touchdowns to lead Wallace. "Our guys came out and put together their best game of the season so far. After a few mistakes early, we played a very good 3 quarters. We ran the ball very effectively and contained their spread offense fairly well. We look to continue our momentum next week against a tough Brady team," said Eric Miller, Head Coach of the Wildcats. That matchup versus Brady opens D6-4 District play for Wallace and they will try to build that 1-2 record.

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