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Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - October 7, 2022 11:06 am

Mike Campbell

7th

EMS 0 – HMS 24
Warriors offense couldn’t get off the ground.  The Hays defenders locked down EMS’s receivers all day, and the front seven controlled the line of scrimmage leading to several 4-outs.  The defense spent most of the game on the field.
8th.  It was a manageable 16-0 score at the half after a long rushing TD on a motion play to the wingback and a PR for a touchdown.  Injuries also hurt the Warriors who saw 4 starters go down.  Two of them eventually came back in, but Fullback/Linebacker Zayden Norez and Left Guard Aaron Cazarez join Center/Linebacker Bren Kappelman on the Questionable list for SRMS.
EMS 14 – HMS 6
It was the Max Holman show as he caught a 65 yard touchdown, returned a kick for a touchdown, and had a brilliant punt return of about 70 yards that got stopped short of scoring.  He was the star of the show, but he had a lot of help as Jayden Heronemous had arguably the best rushing performance of his middle school career.  He didn’t have his best night statistically, but he was doing everything right with the ball in his hands and picking up blitzing linebackers.  Jaime Navarate and David (DJ) Gilmore each recovered a fumble, and Everett Betts took the game sealing interception out of the sky on the 20 with under a minute left in the game.

From Coach Kadow –

The Apache 7th Grade and 8th Grades Hosted Garden City
Kenneth Henderson Thursday. In the first Quarter Chris
Marin scored on a 20 yard run to make it 6 to 0. No one
scored in the Second Quarter and the half ended
Apaches 6 to Kenneth Henderson 0.
In the second half the Apaches caught fire Chris Marin
scored on a 48 yard run and added the 2 point
conversion. In the fourth Quarter Chris Marin scored 2
more times 2 of the scores were set up by Alex
Gutierrez who made 2 interceptions in the 4th quarter.
The final score Apaches 36 to Kenneth Henderson 0.

The 8th grade Apaches played next and played a close 1st
half giving up 6 points in the 1st quarter and then
another last minute touchdown in the 2nd . Half time
score Kenneth Henderson 14 Apaches 0. Second half
the Apaches were able to drive the ball but were never
able to score. Kenneth Henderson scored 2 more
touchdowns in the 2nd Half making the final score
Kenneth Henderson 28 and the Apaches 0.

 

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