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Kansas Football Playoff Scores – Oct. 30

8-Man, D-II
Baileyville B&B 55, Goessel  8 – Final
Caldwell 50, Waverly 36 – Final
Colony-Crest 66, South Barber 50 – Final
Fowler 17, Victoria 14 – Final
Hanover 48, Chase 0 – Final
Otis-Bison 54, Rolla 0 – Final
Sharon Springs-Wallace Co. 56, Beloit St. Johns-Tipton 6,  – Final
Thunder Ridge 58, Weskan 12 – Final

8-Man, D-I
Hodgeman County 50, Hoxie 12 – Final
Madison 48, Pike Valley 0 – Final
Mankato-Rock Hills 72, Peabody-Burns 26 – Final
Marmaton Valley 60, Udall 14 – Final
Ness City 50, Minneola 14 – Final
Pretty Prairie 36, St. John 32 – Final
Solomon 54, Kiowa County 42 – Final
South Haven 52, Marais des Cygnes Valley 22 – Final

3A
Beloit 66, Ellsworth 0 – Final
Caney Valley 52, Galena 9 – Final
Conway Springs 69, Wichita Independent 38 – Final
Garden Plain 49, Marion 14 – Final
Hiawatha 50, Nemaha Valley 35 – Final
Hillsboro 34, Haven 13 – Final
Holcomb 28, Hoisington 7 – Final
Humboldt 48, Central Heights 6 – Final
Rossville 41, Pleasant Ridge 0 – Final
Sabetha 28, Riley County 8 – Final
Sacred Heart 21, Norton 19 – Final
Scott City 55, Cimarron 6 – Final
Sedgwick 70, Chaparral 31 – Final
Silver Lake 46, St. Marys 6 – Final
St. Marys Colgan 34, Neodesha 20 – Final
Wellsville 64, Burlington 15 – Final

4A
Andale 52, Hugoton 13 – Final
Baldwin 31, Spring Hill 14 – Final
Buhler 28, Ulysses 7 – Final
Chanute 13, Paola 7 – Final
Coffeyville 57, Frontenac 26 – Final
Concordia 50, Abilene 8 – Final
Eudora 13, DeSoto 0 – Final
Girard 34, Columbus 7 – Final
Holton 57, Hesston 26 – Final
KC Piper 34, Jefferson West 21 – Final
Louisburg 17, Fort Scott 0 – Final
Maize South 14, Topeka Hayden 7 – Final
McPherson 34, Clay Center 17 – Final
Mulvane 37, Rose Hill 14 – Final
Tonganoxie 35, Atchison 28 – Final
Wichita Collegiate 35, Winfield 10 – Final

About Derek Nester

Derek Nester was born and raised in Blue Rapids, and graduated from Valley Heights High School in May of 2000. He attended Cowley College in Arkansas City and Johnson County Community College in Overland Park studying Journalism & Media Communication. After stops at KFRM and KCLY radio in Clay Center, he joined KNDY in 2002 as a board operator and play by play announcer. Derek is now responsible for the digital content of Dierking Communications, Inc. 6 radio stations. In 2005 Derek joined the staff of KCFX radio in Kansas City as a production assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network, which airs on 69 radio stations across 9 Midwest states.