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Preliminary High School Football Scores – Sept. 20

Chapman 25 Marysville 0
Centralia 61 Washington Co. 0
Clifton Clyde 48 Pike Valley 0
Hanover 50 Lincoln 0
Linn 24 Rock Hills 20
Blue Valley Randolph 48 Marmaton Valley 0
Frankfort 46 Veritas Christian 0
Valley Heights 60 Onaga 16
Falls City Sacred Heart 50, Axtell 12
Wamego 30, Concordia 7

More updates Saturday online.

Podcast: Complete Wamego at Marysville Football Game – Sept. 13, 2013

The Marysville Bulldogs hosted the Wamego Red Raiders at Homer Hanson Stadium on Friday, September 13, 2013. Below is the complete game broadcast from Classic Country AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY.

*Due to a recording issue, small segments of the game are missing, and the playback skips over them. They are minor, and are being addressed for next week.

High School Football Scores – Sept. 13

North Central Kansas League
Clay Center 22, Thomas More Prep 7
Rossville 33, Abilene 21
Southeast of Saline 27, Chapman 6
Wamego 48, Marysville 0
Wellington 27, Concordia 6

Twin Valley League 8-Man
Axtell 44, Clifton-Clyde 26
Baileyville B&B 54, Quinter 6
Blue Valley-Ranolph 16, Linn 6
Hanover 50, Rock Hills 22
Hope 60, Frankfort 26

Twin Valley League 11-Man
Centralia 38, Riley County 0
McClouth 28, Doniphan West 6
Minneapolis 37, Washington County 13
Onaga 69, Immaculata 28
St. Mary’s 42, Valley Heights 13
Troy 44, Maur Hill 7

Nebraska Area Schools
Auburn 46, Fairbury 6
Beatrice 38, York 20
Bruning-Davenport-Shickley 34, Pawnee City 12
Lincoln Parkview 24, Lewiston 22

KVA Volleyball Rankings – Week #1

September 11, 2013, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2013 Week 1 Volleyball Rankings sponsored by PrepVolleyball.com.

Rank – School – Record – Pre-Season Ranking

Class 6A
1. Olathe East 3-1 (3)
2. Blue Valley West 2-1 (2)
3. Stilwell-Blue Valley 3-1 (1)
4. Blue Valley Northwest 4-0 (4)
5. Olathe South 4-2 (5)
6. Olathe Northwest 2-1 (7)
7. Blue Valley North 2-1 (8)
8. Maize 5-3 (NR)
9. Manhattan 3-2 (9)
10. Hutchinson 5-3 (NR)

Class 5A
1. St. James Academy 2-0 (1)
2. Shawnee Heights 3-0 (2)
3. Bishop Miege 2-0 (3)
4. Kapaun Mt. Carmel 1-0 (4)
5. St. Thomas Aquinas 3-0 (5)
6. Topeka-Seaman 3-1 (10)
7. Mill Valley 7-2 (6)
8. Bishop Carroll 0-0 (7)
9. Valley Center 7-1 (8)
10. Salina Central 6-2 (NR)

Class 4A
1. McPherson 8-0 (1)
2. Topeka-Hayden 3-0 (2)
3. Chanute 11-0 (5)
4. Wamego 2-0 (3)
5. Rose Hill 2-0 (4)
6. Santa Fe Trail 7-0 (8)
7. Louisburg 8-1 (6)
8. Paola 4-2 (7)
9. Baldwin 7-1 (NR)
10. Wichita Trinity 7-1 (10)

Class 3A
1. Hillsboro 5-0 (1)
2. Silver Lake 4-1 (2)
3. Cheney 0-0 (4)
4. Southeast of Saline 2-0 (5)
5. Garden Plain 2-0 (6)
6. Jayhawk-Linn 6-0 (NR)
7. Phillipsburg 5-0 (NR)
8. Burlington 7-1 (9)
9. Hoisington 5-2 (3)
10. Mission Valley 6-1 (10)

Class 2A
1. Jefferson County North 2-0 (2)
2. Ell-Saline 2-0 (3)
3. Alma-Wabaunsee 7-0 (NR)
4. Washington County 1-1 (1)
5. Pratt-Skyline 7-1 (4)
6. Burlingame 5-2 (7)
7. Smith Center 1-1 (6)
8. Uniontown 5-2 (9)
9. Plainville 5-1 (NR)
10. Kiowa County 3-2 (5)

Class 1A – Division 1
1. Olpe 2-0 (1)
2. Hoxie 4-0 (4)
3. Centralia 5-2 (3)
4. Bucklin 3-0 (5)
5. Spearville 8-0 (8)
6. St. John 4-3 (2)
7. Pike Valley 2-0 (9)
8. Waverly 4-3 (7)
9. Dexter/Cedar Vale 1-2 (6)
10. Victoria 3-0 (NR)

Class 1A – Division 2
1. Baileyville B&B 2-0 (1)
2. Argonia 0-0 (2)
3. Norwich 2-1 (3)
4. Wallace County 8-0 (9)
5. Wilson 4-1 (NR)
6. Almena-Northern Valley 3-2 (NR)
7. Weskan 0-1 (4)
8. Wheatland-Grinnell 2-2 (5)
9. Beloit-St. John’s/Tipton 1-1 (7)
10. Rexford-Golden Plains 1-1 (10)

Twin Valley League Volleyball Report – Week #2 (9-11-13)

League   Overall  
Centralia 4-0 7-2 1
Frankfort 4-0 4-0 2
B & B 3-0 3-1 3
Linn 3-1 3-1 4
Valley Heights 2-1 3-1 5
Onaga 2-1 4-2 6
Hanover 2-2 2-2 7
Axtell 2-2 3-6 8
Washington County 1-2 2-2 9
Blue Valley 1-3 1-3 10
Clifton-Clyde 1-3 1-3 11
Troy 1-3 1-3 12
Doniphan West 0-4 0-4 13
Wetmore 0-4 0-4 14

Scores from Tuesday, September 10
Hanover def Blue Valley 26-24 28-26
Linn def Blue Valley 26-24 25-12
Hanover def Linn 25-22 21-25 25-21
B & B def Washington Co 25-16 25-11
Washington Co def B & B 26-24 15-25 25-21
Onaga def Doniphan West 25-17 25-23
Onaga def Axtell 25-18 19-25 26-24
Axtell def Doniphan West 27-25 18-25 25-20
Valley Heights def Wetmore 19-25 25-17 25-10
Centralia def Valley Heights 25-8 25-8
Centralia def Wetmore 25-11 25-7
Frankfort def Troy 25-14 25-22
Troy def Clifton-Clyde 15-25 25-22 25-22
Frankfort def Clifton-Clyde 25-17 25-20

Thursday, September 5

at Onaga
Onaga def Bishop Seabury 25-8 25-11
Onaga def Jackson Heights 25-13 25-13

UPCOMING GAMES

Tuesday, September 17
at Troy – B & B, Axtell
at Frankfort – Wetmore, Washington County
at Valley Heights – Doniphan West, Linn
at Blue Valley – Centralia, Onaga
at Clifton-Clyde – Hanover

Saturday, September 14
at Frankfort
Wetmore, Washington County, Onaga, Doniphan West, Frankfort

at Riley County
Valley Heights, Clifton-Clyde

at Southern Cloud Invitational
Blue Valley, Hanover, Linn

at Nemaha Valley Invitational
B & B

Complete Area High School Football Scoreboard – Sept. 6

North Central Kansas League
Beloit 48, Concordia 0
Clay Center 14, Riley County 12
Rossville 55, Chapman 14
Scott City 40, Abilene 13
Wamego 34, Rock Creek 0
Winfield 44, Marysville 8

Twin Valley League 8-Man
Axtell 42, Lewiston, NE 16
Blue Valley-Randolph 46, Flint Hills Christian 0
Clifton-Clyde 78, Kenesaw, NE 56
Hanover 48, Linn 0
Madison 29, Baileyville B&B 28
Southern Cloud 30, Frankfort 22

Twin Valley League 11-Man
Centralia 16, St. Mary’s 0
Riverside 26, Doniphan West 6
Troy 28, Atchison County 27
Valley Heights 30, Valley Falls 24
Washington County 31, Onaga 20

Nebraska Area Schools
Axtell, KS 42, Lewiston 16
Falls City-Sacred Heart 52, Pawnee City 8
Friend 56, Diller-Odell 21
Sutton 52, Southern 0

Podcast: Complete Winfield at Marysville Football Game – Sept. 6, 2013

The Marysville Bulldogs hosted the Winfield Vikings at Homer Hanson Stadium on Friday, September 6, 2013. Below is the complete game broadcast from Classic Country AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY.

High School Football Coverage On KNDY Radio

Marysville, Kan. – The first Friday in September brings high school football back to center stage, and Classic Country AM 1570/FM 94.1 has complete coverage starting at 6 p.m. and concludes with the Farm Bureau Insurance Scoreboard Show tonight.

High school football coverage begins at 6 p.m. with the Kpreps.com Kansas Pregame show. The Kpreps.com Kansas Pregame Show will provide in-depth information and expert analysis from Kpreps.com editor Matt Gilmore, Kansas Pregame publisher John Baetz. Each show will feature the state’s hottest topics such as break downs of the week’s biggest match-ups, impact players to watch, featured interview segments, a recap of the previous week’s action, and state rankings for all classes.

Following the Kpreps.com Kansas Pregame Show is the Coaches Corner Wrap-Up Show, featuring interviews with head football coaches across the KNDY coverage area. They will preview their upcoming games minutes before kickoff. The Marysville Bulldog Pregame Show will start at 6:45 p.m. and take you up to kick-off with a pregame visit with Head Coach Dustin Heuer. Bruce Dierking and Jason Brinegar will bring you all the exciting play by play action as Marysville hosts Winfield at Homer Hanson Stadium.

Following the game stay tuned for the Farm Bureau Insurance Scoreboard Show. It will air 3 times per hour from 10 p.m. until midnight on both AM 1570/FM 94.1 & FM 95.5 KNDY.

This off-season Dierking Communications, Inc. made several improvements aimed at improving our gameday coverage. We relocated our AM 1570 translator K231AX to better cover the City of Marysville with crystal-clear reception on FM 94.1, and upgraded our streaming platform to better serve our listeners both on a computer, Macintosh, or mobile device. High school broadcasts on KNDY are available in the TuneIn Radio App, searching for station “KNDY 1570”. TuneIn Radio is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone and Kindle. For more information, visit http://tunein.com/get-tunein/. Those on a Windows or Macintosh computer can visit http://www.kndyradio.com and clicking on “Stream Bulldog Athletics” to tune in.

Twin Valley League Volleyball Wrap-Up – Week #1

The weekly Twin Valley League Volleyball Wrap-Up as compiled by Vicki Adams at Frankfort High School.

WEEK ONE
TWIN VALLEY LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL SCORES
League   Overall
Scores from September 3 Centralia 2-0 5-2
B & B def Blue Valley 25-13 25-13 B & B 2-0 2-0
Blue Valley def Doniphan West 14-25 25-22 25-12 Linn 2-0 2-0
B & B def Doniphan West 25-14 25-13 Frankfort 2-0 2-0
Axtell def Hanover 25-21 25-16 Washington County 1-1 1-1
Frankfort def Hanover 25-23 15-25 25-22 Axtell 1-1 2-5
Frankfort def Axtell 25-15 25-19 Blue Valley 1-1 1-1
Centralia def Troy 25-9 25-9 Clifton-Clyde 1-1 1-1
Washington County def Troy 25-13 25-11 Valley Heights 1-0 2-0
Centralia def Washington County 25-18 22-25 25-13 Onaga 0-1 0-2
Linn def Wetmore 25-12 25-20 Hanover 0-2 0-2
Clifton-Clyde def Wetmore 18-25 25-16 25-18 Wetmore 0-2 0-2
Linn def Clifton-Clyde 25-21 25-22 Doniphan West 0-2 0-2
Valley Heights def Onaga 25-22 25-21 Troy 0-2 0-2
Valley Heights def Onaga 22-25 25-22 25-18
TOURNEY RESULTS   UPCOMING GAMES  
Saturday, August 25 Tuesday, September 10
Wabaunsee Invitational Tournament at Washington County – B & B
Pool Play at Doniphan West – Onaga, Axtell
Centralia def Osage City 25-15 25-7 at Frankfort – Troy, Clifton-Clyde
Wabaunsee def Centralia 25-17 25-17 at Wetmore – Centralia, Valley Heights
Centralia def Osage City 25-13 23-25 25-13 at Hanover – Blue Valley, Linn
Centralia def Axtell 25-13 25-13
Wabaunsee def Axtell 25-13 25-10 Saturday, September 14
Osage City def Axtell 22-25 25-17 25-18 at Frankfort
Semi-Finals Wetmore, Washington County, Onaga, Frankfort
Centralia def Mission Valley 25-19 25-21
Council Grove def Axtell 23-25 25-22 25-19 at Riley County
Finals Valley Heights, Clifton-Clyde, Linn
Wabaunsee def Centralia 25-22 25-183
Consolation at Southern Cloud Invitational
Axtell def St. Xavier 25-7 25-3 Blue Valley, Hanover
at Nemaha Valley Invitational
B & B

New Rules Adopted For High School Football This Season

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — In an effort to continue minimizing the risk of injury in high school football, three additional rules will take effect next season to address helmets coming off players’ heads during games.

These three risk‐minimization additions were among 10 rules changes approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Football Rules Committee at its January 18‐20 meeting in Indianapolis. All rules changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

As a follow‐up to last year’s rules change that requires players to sit out one play if their helmet comes off while the ball is live,the committee approved three additional rules that are extensions of last year’s change. An illegal personal contact foul was added to Rule 9‐4‐3 to state that “no player or non player shall initiate contact with an opposing player whose helmet has come completely off.” In addition, a new listing in Rule 9‐6‐4 will state that it is illegal participation “for a player whose helmet comes completely off during a down to continue to participate beyond the immediate action in which the player is engaged.”

“With its continued focus on risk minimization, the committee determined that a helmet‐less player shall not block, tackle or otherwise participate beyond the immediate action in which the player is engaged when the helmet came completely off,” said Bob Colgate, NFHS director of sports and sports medicine. “The penalty would be a live‐ball, basic‐spot foul.”

The committee also added language to Rule 3‐5‐10 to clarify that if the helmet comes completely off during the down or subsequent dead‐ball action related to the down – and is not directly attributable to a foul by the opponent – the player must leave the game for at least one down, with the exception of halftime or overtime intermission.

When this occurs, an official’s time‐out shall be called.

“Player safety has been and will continue to be the top priority for members of the NFHS Football Rules Committee,” said Brad Garrett, chair of the NFHS Football Rules Committee and assistant executive director of the Oregon School Activities Association.

“These rules changes regarding helmet‐less players are more examples of the group’s commitment to minimize risk within the game.”

Perhaps the most significant rules change this season will be one that reduces the penalty for pass interference. While the 15‐yard penalty will remain for both offensive and defensive pass interference, the loss of down has been removed for offensive pass interference and the automatic first down has been eliminated for defensive pass interference.

“Offensive and defensive pass interference and the penalty structure related to these fouls has been debated many times in recent years,” Garrett said. “Proposals that either deleted the loss of down or the automatic first down – but not both – failed to gain support among committee members. The proposal to eliminate both components,thus not upsetting the balance between offense and defense, was the key factor in the adoption of the new rule.”

Another change at high school football games this year will be the expanded use of communication devices. In specific situations, coaches, players and non players will be allowed to use any form of communication technology.

This expansion of the rule allows the use of communication devices during authorized conferences outside the nine‐yard marks, on the sidelines and during the halftime intermission. Use of communication devices by players except conferences outside the nine‐yard mark continues to be prohibited.

In Rule 2‐4‐1,the committee clarified the rule approved last year regarding the definition of a catch, which stated that a receiver is required to establish possession of the ball and contact the ground in bounds while maintaining possession – regardless of the opponent’s action.

“The committee clarified the definition of a catch such that an airborne player who has forward progress stopped in bounds and is carried out of bounds by an opponent before contacting the ground is awarded a catch at the spot of forward progress,” Colgate said.

In Rule 9‐3‐8, the committee added another provision to the rule enacted last year regarding contact by the kicking team against members of the receiving team. The new provision stipulates that the kicking team may initiate contact once the receiving team has initiated a block within the neutral zone.

The committee also approved the addition of a 15‐yard penalty to the existing option of accepting an awarded fair catch for kick‐catch interference.

Finally, in Rule 8‐3‐3,the committee clarified that the touchdown scoring team is the only team that can score on a try, and in Rule 1‐5‐3 the committee modified the rule regarding the wearing of towels.

Football is the No. 1 participatory sport for boys at the high school level with 1,121,744 participants in the 2011‐12 school year, according to the High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the NFHS through its member state associations. In addition,the survey indicated there were 1,805 girls who played football in 2011‐12.