Kaw Valley League Football Report: Week Three
A controversial finish allowed Lansing to survive a late threat by Bonner Springs. In the process, the Lions moved to 3-0 for the season with all wins coming against Kaw Valley League foes.
Mill Valley and Perry-Lecompton are the other unbeatens in league play. Both dropped nonconference games in the season-openers, but have knocked off back-to-back KVL opponents. Mill Valley fended off a stiff challenge from Basehor-Linwood on Friday night. Meanwhile, Perry-Lecompton hammered Tonganoxie.
Lansing senior Brenton Smith rushed for 112 yards against Bonner Springs and sits atop the league rushing standings with 587 yards and eight touchdowns on 81 carries. In comparison, the Lions' three opponents this season have rushed for a combined 387 yards.
Mill Valley senior Nick Woods, the reigning KVL rushing king, rumbled for 208 yards against Basehor and lurks close behind in the rushing race.
Games to watch next week that could wreak havoc on the league standings include Mill Valley at Bonner Springs and Lansing at Bishop Ward.
TEAM KVL ALL
Lansing 3-0 3-0
Mill Valley 2-0 2-1
Perry-Lecompton 2-0 2-1
Bonner Springs 2-1 2-1
Basehor-Linwood 1-2 1-2
Bishop Ward 1-2 1-2
Piper 1-2 1-2
Tonganoxie 0-1 2-1
Santa Fe Trail 0-2 0-3
Turner 0-2 0-3
WEEK THREE SCORES:
Lansing 19, Bonner Springs 13
Mill Valley 28, Basehor-Linwood 14
Perry-Lecompton 56, Tonganoxie 7
Piper 28, Santa Fe Trail 19
Bishop Ward 28, Turner 22, OT
WEEK FOUR GAMES:
Mill Valley vs. Bonner Springs
Basehor-Linwood vs. Turner
Lansing vs. Bishop Ward
Piper vs. Sumner Academy
Perry-Lecompton vs. Atchison
Santa Fe Trail vs. Washington
Tonganoxie vs. Wyandotte
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