WICHITA, Kan.—From the onset, Wichita Southeast was not going to be denied. The Golden Buffaloes scored early and often to take a 42-0 lead at the half on the way to a 48-6 win over Wichita South.
Southeast’s William Young was unstoppable, carving up the Titan’s defense from the start. Young galloped for a 50-yard touchdown to open the scoring, a play that set the tone for the Golden Buffaloes’ offense.
South tried to get its offense going with Kyle Wilson carrying the ball, but couldn’t find consistency against the Southeast defense. Turnovers were costly for the Titans, especially in the kicking game. Trouble on the snap with the punt team set Southeast up with field position.
The way the Golden Buffaloes moved the ball, the benefit of having a short field allowed Southeast to score points quickly, building an insurmountable lead before both teams could get into the locker room at halftime.
A third down pass from Abiel Tekie to Trevor Neloms for a touchdown, followed by a short plunge by Young late in the second quarter slammed the door shut on South, and helped the Golden Buffaloes improve to 3-3 with districts beginning next week.