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As we complete week seven of the football season, it is becoming more and more clear who is in playoff contention

Check out the results from this past week and some notes.

  • Alma faced the Hi-Line Bulls on Friday evening and fell 56-20. The Bulls have been one of those teams that has been a thorn in the side of RPAC schools. Alma is now 4-3 on the year.

  • Arapahoe took on Southern Valley and won big 69-42. Check out the game story here as it was our RPAC Rundown Game of the Week. Arapahoe is nor 4-3 and Southern Valley is 0-7.

  • Bertrand faced a solid Maywood-Hayes Center team on Friday and fell 49-30. Haydn Farr had 179 yards rushing and three touchdowns. The Wolves are 4-3 and Bertrand falls to 2-5.

  • Cambridge took on Bayard for homecoming and took care of business winning 69-42. Carson Trompke was efficient as he was 9-12 passing with 256 yards and six touchdowns. Kohan Grindle added 313 yards of total offense and four touchdowns. Cambridge moves to 4-3.

  • Hitchcock County battled Dundy County Stratton, a matchup that pitted a couple of top five teams in the state. It was the Falcons though as they dismantled the Tigers 44-6. The Falcons are 7-0 and the Tigers are 6-1.

  • Medicine Valley took on Loomis and fell 52-16. The Wolves dominated the game from the jump as they led 44-0 at halftime and never looked back. Medicine Valley is 0-7 on the year now.

  • Maxwell faced Perkins County on Friday night and lost a close one, 24-18. Maxwell was led by Easton Messersmith has he had 196 yards of total offense and three rushing touchdowns. Maxwell is 3-4 on the year.

  • Wallace faced rival Paxton this week and came away with a win, 48-34. Carson Glunz had 298 yards rushing and five touchdowns for the Wildcats. Head coach of the Wildcats Eric Miller had this to say about the game: "Very proud of our guys for the way they battled tonight. First half we made some mental mistakes and shot ourselves in the foot, but we responded well in the second half and became more physical as the game went on. Paxton is a good tough team." Paxton was led by Gunnar Foster and his 134 yards rushing and two scores. Head Coach of the Tigers Scott Jorgensen on his team's performance: "Coming into this week we knew that we were going to need to match the physical play of Wallace. For the most part we did; however, there were a few key moments that we did not and we missed a few key assignments. This week in practice we need to focus on setting the tone of the game right away and keep it going for all four quarters." Wallace is 3-3, Paxton falls to 1-5.

  • Southwest won a tight one against Brady, 45-42. The Roughriders had to come back from a 30-22 deficit to begin the final quarter to win. Hunter Cunningham was 8-11 passing with 120 yards and a touchdown. Southwest is 4-2 on the season now.

  • Wauneta-Palisade ran into an excellent Arthur County team and lost 63-6. Jacksen Littrel had 83 yards rushing to lead the Broncos. Wauneta-Palisade is 3-3 on the year.




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