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Local Sports Archives for 2022-09

CCC's Upset Bid of Hutch Falls Short


Coffeyville Community College falls short in their upset bid over Hutchinson losing 14-9.


The Red Ravens made a change out quarterback for their matchup with the #2 Blue Dragons as JR Martin got his first start of the season. Despite the change at QB, the offensive struggles continued with CCC not scoring an offensive touchdown in now two straight games. Martin was also benched in the third quarter for Isaiah Velez, who had started the previous three games.


The Red Raven defense continues to look good holding a Hutch offense that averaged 47 points a game to just 14, forcing and recovering four fumbles and scoring a touchdown on one of those fumbles. The loss puts the Red Ravens at 2-2 on the season and 2-2 in Jayhawk Conference play. CCC heads on the road to take on Ellsworth.  

Nado Ground Game too Much for Indy


Field Kindley improves to 4-0 with a 42-13 win over rival Independence on Homecoming Night.


The Bulldogs would strike first and take a 6-0 lead on a Camdon Julian touchdown pass. Indy had some tricks up their sleeve and would follow the touchdown with an onside kick that they recovered. The Nado defense would step up, intercepting Julian and giving the offense good starting field position. Coffeyville struggled to find any offensive rhythm early in the game until backup running back Lamarcus Allen would capitalize on his first carries of the season scoring on 4th and 2 from the five-yard line. After another Nado interception, Allen would score his second touchdown of the season and give Coffeyville the 16-6 lead. FKHS would add one more touchdown in the first half with a halftime lead of 24-6.


It was all Jeremy Colbert to start the second half for Coffeyville as he had all fifty-five yards on the opening touchdown drive. The Bulldogs would respond on their first drive of the second half stopping the 30 unanswered points by Coffeyville and cutting the lead to 30-13. Colbert would add two more touchdowns for Coffeyville putting an end to Indy's comeback hopes. The Nado didn't attempt a pass on the night having over 350 yards rushing. Colbert finished with 192 yards and four touchdowns. Allen added over 100 yards on the ground himself with two touchdowns. Coffeyville travels to Wamego next week in a battle of unbeaten teams.   

Caney Valley Defeats Cherryvale in Tri Valley League Action

Caney Valley's ground attack was too much to handle, as the Bull Pups improved to three and one on the season by defeating the Chargers 54 - 20 in Tri Valley football action Thursday night. 

Cherryvale started strong, as their first drive of 58 yards ended in a touchdown. With the two point conversion, they quickly took an 8-0 lead. For the rest of the first half, it was all Caney, with the one-two running combo of Jackson Griffin and Aston King providing the offense. Quarterback Garrett Watson also got into the end zone with a rushing touchdown. 

The second half saw the Chargers special teams unit try and spark their team, as they recovered the on-side kick to start the half, and it did, temporarily. Once again, the Caney running game took control, with the Bull Pup defense holding up until late in the game. 

Jackson Griffin ended up rushing 15 times for 162 yards, with three CVTD's; Astin King rushed twelve times for 82 yards and a TD. Quarterback Garrett Watson only had to pass the ball once; it was complete to Gavin Stimpson. 

Caney Valley improved to 3 - 0 at home; they'll travel to Neodesha for week five action Friday, October 30th. 


Colbert Rushes for Over 200 as Nado Beat Columbus


Field Kindley picks up their third win of the season to stay undefeated beating Columbus 34-19.


After five consecutive run plays to start the game, the Nado offense and Axel Ernie would catch the defense off guard connecting with Amir Luten on a 47-yard catch and run touchdown. Coffeyville would extend their lead on Jeremy Colbert's first touchdown of the game for a 12-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Columbus would trim the lead to 5 as Titans QB Brett Hamilton connected with Landin Midgett for the score. The Nado would add another score to extend the lead to 20-7 heading into the half.


Ke'Shawn Hayes got the scoring started in the second half with a 57-yard touchdown run on a jet sweep from the WR position. The Titans cut the lead to 13 at 26-13 after a pick-six. In the 4th quarter, Coffeyville forced the turnover on downs and took over at the Columbus 29-yard line. Colbert would punctuate his night with his third rushing TD of the game. Coffeyville runs for over 300 yards as a team, with over 200 coming from Colbert on 27 carries. Homecoming next week for the Nado as they take on rival Independence.  

Caney Falls to Humboldt

The Caney Valley Bullpups fell to the Humboldt Cubs Friday night.  Playing on the road the Bullpups lost 24 – 0 to the Cubs.

The final score did not tell the real story however as Caney actually played well on both sides of the ball just a couple of big plays by Humboldt made the difference.  In the second quarter the first score of the game came when a Humboldt defender broke through the line and picked off a pitch by the Caney quarterback and ran it into the endzone.

Caney is now 1 - 1 on the season and heads back out on the road next Friday night when they play Eureka.  You can hear that game and all Bullpup games on KGGF 104.1FM.     

Nado Need Overtime to Beat Mulvane


Field Kindley needed more than four quarters to get their first win of the season against Mulvane winning 8-0.  


The game was scoreless through regulation as both defenses came to play in this week one matchup.  The Nado forced six Mulvane turnovers and Mulvane turned Coffeyville over five times.  Penalties hurt both teams erasing big plays for Mulvane and a touchdown for FKHS.  With both teams held scoreless through four quarters the game went into overtime.  Coffeyville got the ball to start OT and with four straight runs by Aaron Tunstall they found the endzone for the first time.  The defense came to play in OT as well for the Nado as Dede Shobe sacked Mulvane's QB to force a third and fifteen and after a half two more stops the Nado came away victorious.


Tunstall finished the game with 19 carries and 130 yards rushing.  Coffeyville heads on the road next week to face Winfield.  

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