Pawnee Heights 60,  Haviland 12
    The Haviland Dragons fell to the Pawnee Heights Tigers on Friday night. Pawnee's Nolan Dreiling ran a 20-yard interception in for the Tigers' first touchdown of the game.
    Then half back Mason Salmans had a one yard run for Heights' second score. Justin Skelton ran in from one yard out to extend the Tigers' lead to 16-0.
    Haviland quarterback Lane Kendall passed to Tanner Stevens from 14 yards out for the Dragons' first score. The Tigers answered on a Taylor Lemuz 77-yard kickoff return touchdown. Salmans ran in the two-point conversion.
    Lemuz rushed for 106 yards and Skelton had 110 yards as well for the Tigers. Kendall passed for 106 yards for two Dragon touchdowns.

South Gray 48, Fowler 16
    The South Gray Rebels dominated the Fowler Goldbugs in Fowler Friday night. The Rebels scored first when Rebel quarterback Chet Skinner ran in a one-yard touchdown.
    Storm Mosher gave South Gray their next score after he ran in from four yards out with 3 minutes, 55 seconds remaining in the first quarter. Fowler answered on a 42-yard run by Cosme Estrada. He also ran in the two point conversion for the Goldbugs to make the score 16-8.
    Mosher opened up the second quarter with a three-yard touchdown after the drive was set up by a Fowler fumble. He also ran again for two yards to score for South Gray again with 9:39 remaining in the half.
    Skinner scored again with 3:03 left in the the second quarter on a one-yard touchdown run to put the Rebels up big at halftime.
    Luis Gallegos scored the only touchdown of the third quarter for the Rebels on a 19-yard run that came with 7:38 left in the quarter. With 9:16 left in the game, Jason McClaren ran in a 6-yard touchdown to give Fowler their second score. South Gray beat Fowler 48-16.

Bucklin 34, Greensburg 28
    The Bucklin Aces beat the Greensburg Rangers in a thriller in Greensburg to improve to 2-2 on the season. Cody Davis gave Bucklin their first score after a 47-yard run with 3minutes, 31 second remaining in the first quarter.
    Ty Schaef answered from one-yard out to bring the Rangers to tie the game at six. An Adam Haskin two-point conversion run gave the Rangers a slim 8-6 lead at the halftime whistle.
    The Rangers' Charlton Nathan ran in a 35-yard touchdown to put his team up 14-6 in the third. Davis came right back with a 36-yard pass to Matt Schneweis to tie the game at 14-14.
    Kyle Beltz threw a 26-yard touchdown strike to Haskin to give the Rangers the lead again at 22-14. But two more Davis touchdown passes put the Red Aces up 28-22 late in the fourth quarter.
    Charlton ran in a Rangers two-yard touchdown to tie the score at 28 with only 1:53 to play.
    Davis connected with Taggert Ketron on a 40-yard bomb to seal the Bucklin win only ten seconds later. The final was 34-28.


Ashland 58, Ingalls 8
    The Ashland Bluejays ran over the Ingalls Bulldogs Friday night in Ingalls. The win moves Ashland to a record of 3-1, while Ingalls is still in the dog house at 0-4.
    Ashand's Ben Fox scored first on a 3-yard run. Jay Luerman added a 41-yard screen pass to Fox in the quarter.             Luerman added a 1-yard touchdown toss to Ervin Swonger that put Ashland up 22-0. With 11 seconds to play in the first quarter Luerman passed in to Swonger for 15 yards to give the Bluejays a 28-point lead at the end of one.
    Luerman ran in 34 yards to put the Bluejays on top 36-0 in the second quarter. His next touchdown pass was to Swonger for 3 yards. The score put the Birds up 44-0 at the half.
    Ingalls running back Zach Thomas returned a kickoff for 61 yards to open the third quarter. Matt Snyder ran in for the two point conversion. It was the only Ingalls score of the game.
    Adrian Dominguez ran back the ensuing kickoff to extend Ashland's lead. Dominguez ran in again for 57 yards to put the game out of reach at its final score, 58-8.
    The game was ended by the 45-point rule.