WICHITA, Kan. The wet weather was a major factor at Cessna Stadium Friday night, as both offenses struggled to get anything going in the game. Ultimately Kapaun scratched together enough in the 2nd half to take the win 6-0 and move to 2-0. West falls to 1-1.
Pioneer QB Zion Parks took a long run to the house in the opening series of the game, but the play was wiped away by a holding penalty. West never managed much on offense the rest of the night.
At least four fumbled snaps, multiple bobbled punts, penalties, and the total lack of a passing game plagued both teams, and a 0-0 score at halftime emphasized what was a sloppy game all night.
Kapaun was able to move the ball in chunks in the first half with a few nice runs, but each time the drive would stall. An unsuccessful last second Hail Mary attempt from Jack Hacking to Scott Valentas ended the half.