It was another eventful week of football as for Class D1 and D2 concluded their regular seasons and across other classes there were some great games. Take a look at the scores below and some of the notes from week eight of the football season in the RPAC.
Also, check out the NSAA Playoff Brackets in the blog too here:
Alma took on Southern Valley in the regular season finale for both teams and came away with the 74-34 win. With the win Alma is now 5-3 on the season and will be the #11 seed in the Class D1 Playoffs in the first round. They will play #6 seed Nebraska Christian on Thursday October 20th. Southern Valley ends the year at 0-8.
Arapahoe took on a solid Sandhills Valley Thursday evening and fell 50-6. Trenton Roskop led the way for the Warriors with 67 yards rushing. Arapahoe is the #12 seed in the first round of the Class D1 Playoffs and will play Hi-Line, the #5 seed, at 7:00 P.M. on Thursday, October 20th. Arapahoe lost to Hi-Line 60-28 on September 30th earlier this year.
Bertrand took on rival Loomis on Friday night needing a win to keep any hopes of making the playoffs alive. The Vikings lost 42-12 on the road. Bertrand's season ends at 2-6.
Cambridge traveled to take on Hi-Line Friday night and fell to the Bulls 70-24. Cambridge is now 4-4 on the year and enters the Class D1 Playoffs as a #14 seed in the first round and will take on Neligh-Oakdale as the #3 seed. They will play at 3:00 P.M. on Thursday, October 20th.
Dundy County Stratton took on Maywood-Hayes Center and took care of the Wolves, 66-14. The Wolves were led by Hayden Kramer as he was 10-17 passing with 136 yards a touchdown and an interception. Dundy County Stratton is now 7-1 on the year and they will host Axtell Thursday at 3:30 P.M. Mountain Time in the first round of the Class D2 Playoffs. The Tigers are the #4 seed and Axtell is the #13 seed.
Maxwell won in a big way in a must win game as they beat Sutherland 50-8. The Wildcats will be the #15 seed in the first round of the Class D1 Playoffs and play #2 seeded Riverside on Thursday at 6:00 P.M. in Spalding.
Paxton shut out Wauneta-Palisade on Friday evening 48-0. Gunnar Foster had 129 yards of offense and three total touchdowns. Jacksen Littrel had 67 yards rushing in the game. Paxton is 2-5 now, and Wauneta-Palisade is 3-4.
Wallace and Southwest battled on Friday night in a great game. The Wildcats won 28-20. Hunter Cunningham had 107 yards passing and a score, Nathan Rippe had 135 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Roughriders. Wallace was led by Carson Glunz with 108 yards rushing and Matt Lungrin had 153 yards and two touchdowns. Wallace is now 4-3 and Southwest is 4-3 on the season too.