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Week 7 RPAC Football Results

As we near playoff time, the games continue to get more and more important. District Titles are being won and playoff spots getting clinched. Let's take a look at how everyone fared in Week 7, by checking out the Weekly Football Scoreboard brought to you by MNB Realty, then we will dive into the rundown.

  • Alma had a battle with top-10 rated Hi-Line on Friday evening and lost, 58-32. A handful of RPAC teams have fallen to this H-Line team that many have come to realize is the real deal and could be playing at Memorial Stadium later this season. Alma led at halftime, 18-14, but the Bulls came out and put up 36 points in the third period to lead 50-26. From there, Hi-Line controlled the game and secured the win. Alma is now 4-3, and will play another district foe, Southern Valley on Friday at their place.

  • Arapahoe played Southern Valley on Friday evening and came away with a big bounce-back win, 54-8. The Warriors controlled the game from the outset, scoring 24 points in the opening quarter. They tacked on eight more in the second quarter and led 32-0 at halftime. In the second half, the Eagles did get on the board, but Arapahoe scored another 22 points to maintain their large lead. Arapahoe ran the ball effectively with 370 yards and 8.8 yards per carry. Will Cacy had 20 carries for 205 yards and four touchdowns, Grayson Koller had nine carries for 80 yards and a touchdown, Rafe Hill had 37 yards and a score, and Kade Fischer had 11 yards and a touchdown too. Arapahoe moves to 6-1 and will play Sandhills Valley on Friday. For Southern Valley is 2-5 and will play Alma at home on Friday.

  • Bertrand may be lobbying for a playoff spot when it is all said and done folks. This week they took on Maywood-Hayes Center and shut them out, 34-0. The Vikings started the season 0-4 and have reeled off three wins in a row now. Looking at the numbers for the Maywood-Hayes Center, they struggled to do much on offense. Kade Broz was the Wolves leading rusher with 36 yards on 17 carries. Bertrand held them to 83 yards of total offense. The Vikings are 3-4 and have a big game against their rival Loomis on Friday. Maywood-Hayes Center is 2-5 and will face Dundy-County Stratton on the road Thursday.

  • It was a nail-biter, but the Cambridge Trojans were able to beat Bayard on the road, 36-34. The Trojans were excellent on offense in the game. Micah Gerlach was 12-17 with 139 yards and three total touchdowns. Dierks Sayer led the Trojans with 97 yards and a touchdown, and Krayton Ruggles had six carries for 72 yards and a touchdown. On defense, Hunter Perks had 18 total tackles to lead Cambridge. Jayden Ruf added 12. Cambridge is 4-3 and will take on H-Line at home on Friday.

  • Dundy County Stratton and Hitchcock County were pitted against one another on Friday evening. That was the RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. Check out the game story, here.

  • Maxwell played Perkins County on Friday evening and fell in a close one, 44-38. The Wildcats had a great game on the ground with 222 yards rushing. Jesse Reyer led the way with 104 yards and two touchdowns for the Wildcats. Levi Huffman had 94 yards and a score for the Wildcats too. Reyes was excellent through the air too with 83 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Maxwell is now 3-4, and will play a pivotal game on Friday against Sutherland that could determine their playoff chances.

  • Medicine Valley faced Loomis on Friday evening and could not keep up with the Wolves falling 54-12. Medicine Valley continues to play hard this season but is still chasing that elusive first win of the 2023 season. They will try to do so in their final game of the season against Hitchcock County on Thursday.

  • Paxton and Wallace faced each other in a big game and it was Paxton who came away with the win, 66-50. Paxton was able to get up early as they led 20-8 at the end of the first half. Wallace got a little closer in the second as at the half it was 34-24 in favor of Paxton. Paxton though stayed tough and kept their lead and was able to secure the win. For the Tigers, Tommy Markussen was 12-16 with 151 yards and three touchdowns. He also had 105 yards rushing. Gunnar Foster had 158 yards rushing and six touchdowns. He also added 90 yards receiving and a touchdown. As a team, Paxton had 332 yards rushing. For Wallace, Matt Lungrin had 130 yards passing. Wallace was great on the ground again this week with 317 yards and seven rushing touchdowns. Riley Strawder had 140 yards rushing and four touchdowns and Ivan Aceves had 102 yards and two touchdowns. Wallace is now 3-3 and will play Southwest this Friday at 2:00 P.M. which will be the first of our RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup double-header. Paxton is 3-3 and will face Wauneta-Palisade on Friday as the second part of our double-header on Friday at 7:00 P.M.

  • Southwest played Brady on the road Friday and came away with a nice win, 54-20. This was a big win for the Roughriders as it could solidify a playoff spot, and they are winning games they should win. Houston Billeter had 108 yards passing and a pair of touchdowns. Nathan Rippe again stuffed the stat sheet: 69 yards passing, 91 yards rushing, and four total touchdowns. Four different receivers had touchdowns, Mitchell Stritt, Houston Billeter, Trenton Williams, and Jacob Barber. Rippe and Williams each had 10 tackles in the game too. Southwest is now 4-2 and will play Wallace on Thursday at 2:00 P.M. That will be part of the RPAC Rundown Featured Matchups.

  • Wauneta-Palisade played the top team in six-man football, Arthur County on Friday. The Broncos couldn't keep up with the Wolves, falling 60-16. Statistically, Trey McCrumb was great for the Broncos. He had 96 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Defensively, Grayden Sutherland had 12 tackles to lead Wauneta-Palisade. The Broncos are 1-5. and will face Paxton at home on Friday and that will be one of the RPAC Rundown Featured Matchups on Friday with kickoff at 7:00 P.M.


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