Inman takes down Sedgwick, 42-24
Inman, Kan. (Catch it Kansas) - The Inman Teutons improved to 2-0 with a 42-24 victory over the Sedgwick Cardinals.
The two sides met in the Class 1A Sub-State game last year with Inman winning 26-21.Sedgwick scored first when Corey Crumrine threw a six-yard pass to Jackson Scarlett in the end zone at the 7:42 mark in the first quarter. Crumrine then ran in the ball for the two-point conversion. The Cardinals led 8-0.Inman immediately responded with an eight-play drive to tie the game up. Kellen Schrag scored the first Teuton touchdown on an 11-yard rush. Samuel Shober ran it in for the two-point conversion.
Late in the first quarter, Inman took the lead when Samuel Shober ran the ball in from six yards out. Tanner Heckel completed a pass to Josiah Buller for the two-point conversion. They led 16-8 going into the second quarter.
Inman added another score at 5:41 left in the second quarter. Josiah Buller, who took over at quarterback after Tanner Heckel was injured, threw a 58-yard pass to Harrison Brunk to make the score 22-8.With less than two minutes left, Sedgwick got a score back. Corey Crumrine again went to the air and completed a pass to Westyn Anderson from 12 yards out. Crumrine would then find Christian Brown for the two-point conversion. Sedgwick trailed 22-16.Inman went to work to answer. With under 10 seconds in the half, Josiah Buller hit Harrison Brunk for a 42-yard touchdown pass. The Teutons missed the two-point conversion but led 28-16 at halftime.
Early in the third quarter, Samuel Shober used a 12-yard rush to get Inman another touchdown. After the failed conversion, they led 34-16.With 4:30 left in the quarter, Kellen Schrag rushed for 11-yards for a touchdown. Samuel Shober added the two-point conversion to make the score 42-16.A couple of minutes later, Sedgwick’s Jeff Nold would pick up a fumble and return it for 40-yards and the last score of the night.
The game ended with a 42-24 final score.
”We had some kids step up and play, Josiah Buller has never played quarterback in his life and hadn’t practiced there,” said Inman head coach Lance Sawyer. “Losing Tanner was a big deal early, I thought our kids responded well.”
”We competed but shot ourselves in the foot at times and didn’t capitalize on other opportunities,” said Sedgwick head coach Jeff Werner. “If this is a top three team in 1A, our kids went toe to toe at times with them. That is something we can build off of.
”Sedgwick falls to a 0-2 record and hosts Sterling next week.
Inman takes their 2-0 record on the road to Whitewater-Remington.
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