PHILLIPSBURG, Kan. Phillipsburg's Jon Hunnacutt now has a place in Kansas high school football history.
Phillipsburg (#1 2A) defeated MCL rival Smith Center (#1 1A) 42-14 on Friday, September 14, 2018. (Photo: Everett Royer, www.ksportsimages.com)
With a fourth quarter field goal, Hunnacutt broke the mark for career kicking points previously set by Olathe North's Joe Garcia, giving him 217 for his career.
Elsewhere in the game, the Panthers dominated from the jump, scoring 27 first quarter points before leading the game 41-0 at halftime. The Cardinals got on the board after the break, but it was not enough as Phillipsburg came away with a 51-21 win.
The Panthers move to 7-0 and will look to complete a perfect regular season against Minneapolis. Hoisington will look to enter the playoffs on a high note with a home win against Norton.