Inman trounces Conway Springs 46-6
CONWAY SPRINGS, Kan. (Catch it Kansas) - A huge second quarter catapulted Inman to a 20-point halftime lead and the Teutons had no issues in the second half for the utterly dominant 46-6 win over Conway Springs.
The Cardinals turned the ball over on three separate occasions in the second quarter, one lost fumble and two interceptions, and the Teutons scored touchdowns on each turnover to go up 26-6 at the break.
Kendyn Blank scored twice in the quarter, one on a 28-yard run and again on a 40-yard run.
Inman’s Tanner Heckel scored on a short run a few plays after quarterback Jace Doerksen found Eli Brunk for a huge pass to get inside the 10-yard line.
Conway Springs quarterback Heath Hilger’s last interception was more than a little questionable. Inman’s Heckel came up with the grab, but it appeared the ball bounced off the turf. The referees conferred and ruled the ball bounced off his arm and the Teutons would score a few plays later.
Leading 32-6 in the fourth, Inman pulled out a double reverse to Blank for another 26-yard touchdown to go up 39-6.
Inman improves to 9-2 on the season and moves on to the state semifinals and will face Oakley (9-2). The Plainsmen blanked Smith Center 20-0 in the sectional round.
The Cardinals finish their season 9-2.
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