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Garden Plain versus Hoisington 11-15-19

In a meeting of two undefeated teams, the Hoisington Cardinals defeated the Garden Plain Owls by a score of 48 to 22.

Hoisington saw senior running back Wyatt Pedigo score five touchdowns while running for 245 yards. Quarterback Mason Haxton contributed two more touchdowns while covering almost 200 yards himself.

The Cardinals only threw one pass all game, and that was an incompletion.

Hoisington now moves on to the Sub-State game against Norton. They met the Bluejays in Week 8 and won 38-7.

Below are some of the pictures I took at the game:

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Lakin versus Hoisington 11-8-19

The Lakin Broncs traveled to Hoisington to face the Cardinals in a Class 2A Regional Playoff game. The Cardinals won the game 48 to 7.

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Phillipsburg versus Hoisington 10-18-19

The Phillipsburg Panthers traveled to Hoisington for a Class 2A District 8 matchup.

Both teams came into the game familiar with each other. In the past two years, Phillipsburg ended the season for Hoisington in the playoffs.

This year, Hoisington entered the year with the #1 ranking in Class 2A.

The game started with a bang as the Cardinal’s Wyatt Pedigo took off on an 81-yard touchdown run.

Hoisington would add another touchdown before Phillipsburg scored their first.

Whenever the Panthers would tally a touchdown, Hoisington would immediately score another.

By the end of the game, Hoisington would have scored five touchdowns on plays of greater than 80 yards.

The Cardinals defeated the Panthers by a score of 56 to 28.

Below are some of the pictures I took at the game:

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Wichita Northwest versus Great Bend 9-20-19

The Wichita Northwest Grizzlies traveled to Great Bend to take on the Panthers.

Northwest had been known for putting up a ton of points in their first two games. Great Bend managed to hold them to 31 points.

The defense of the Grizzlies held Great Bend to zero points on the night. Three times the Panthers either fumbled or turned the ball over on downs within the red zone.

Below are some of the pictures I took at the game:

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Andover versus Great Bend 9-6-19

The Andover Trojans traveled to Great Bend for an exciting start to the 2019 football season.

Some games are decided long before they end. Some games take longer for one team to build up a lead over the other. Then there are games that change in a minute, the last minute to be more specific.

Andover scored the first touchdown of the game early in the first quarter. Then to close out the first half, David Kemp kicked a 49 yard field goal to give the Trojans a 10 to 0 lead.

For most of the game, Great Bend’s offense could not sustain a drive. Their defense, on the other hand, held Andover’s offense mostly in check. They forced three turnovers, that the offense could not capitalize on.

With under three minutes to go in the game, the Panthers had three cracks at scoring a touchdown from one yard out. They could not get across the goal line. Andover celebrated their successful goal line stand.

The Trojans took over the ball on their one yard line. Great Bend’s defense held them to only a few yards of gain. Forced to punt from the end zone, Andover’s punter, quarterback Eli Fahnestock, saw his punt get blocked. In the scramble after the block, Fahnestock knocked the ball out the back of the end zone. This gave Great Bend a Safety and two points.

The Panthers now had 54 seconds and 50 yards to get eight more points to tie up the game. Their first three plays only netted six yards. On the fourth down, quarterback Dalton Miller heaved a Hail Mary pass to the end zone and receiver Alex Schremmer. Schremmer caught the ball and scored the touchdown as time expired for the game. They quickly converted the two point conversion to tie the game at 10 points all.

In overtime, Andover had the ball first, but they were unable to score. They attempted a field goal from about 26 yards out, but it barely missed.

Great Bend took the ball but were forced to attempt a field goal. Their kicker, Angel Razo, never attempted a field goal or even a point after touchdown in a game before. He stepped up and made the 29 yard field goal to win the game.

Afterwards fans dubbed the game the “Miracle on Morton.” Needless to say, it made for an exciting end to the first game of the season.

Below are some of the pictures I took at the game: