Record breaking night highlights week three of MIAA football - KOAM TV 7

Record breaking night highlights week three of MIAA football


Press Release MIAA Conference: 

For the first weekthis season all fourteen teams were involved in conference match-ups as weekthree draws to a close. It was also a record breaking night as four MIAArecords fell in the Emporia State-Central Oklahoma game.

Central Missouri 47, Lindenwood 28
Central Missouri scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to pick uptheir first victory of the season. UCM amassed 587 yards of total offense in agame that saw well over 1,000 total yards.

For the Mules Hayden Hawk was 31 of 39 for 401 yards and five touchdowns.LaVance Taylor had 101 yards on the ground and Ronrei Lloyd caught five passesfor 102 yards and two touchdowns. Ricky Spratley had 11 tackles to lead the wayand Zach Quines picked off his second pass of the season. For the Lions DillonMiller was 29 of 52 for 390 yards and three touchdowns. Alex Robinson caughtseven passes for 167 yards and two scores and Marvin Byrd had 12 carries for 54yards and a touchdown. On the other side of the ball Dillon Hawkins had 12tackles and Roderick Ryles made 10 stops.

Missouri Southern 59, Lincoln 10
Missouri Southern scored 42 points in the first half as they sprinted out to avictory over Lincoln on their home field. Missouri Southern came just 20 yardsshy of an MIAA record as they racked up 607 total rushing yards in the game.

For the Lions five different players carried the ball five or more times asChris Barwell had 161 yards rushing and a score and JJ Jones had 109 yards andtwo touchdowns. Giresse Forcu had 57 yards rushing and also found the end zonetwice. On defense Gatlin Ridgeway had 14 total tackles and Demon Haire pickedoff a pass. For the Blue Tigers Jacob Morris was 26 of 40 for 232 yards whileMorris Henderson added 68 yards rushing and a touchdown. Khirey Draine caught sixpasses for 128 yards on the night. Kendrick Causey led the way on defense with15 stops as John McCain added a fumble recovery.

#6 Missouri Western 31, Nebraska-Kearney 19
#6 Missouri Western scored the game first 21 points and held on for a win on theroad at Nebraska-Kearney. MWSU used a balanced attack on the night throwing for277 yards while rushing for 210 on the afternoon.

For the Griffons Travis Partridge was 22 of 35 for 277 yards and twotouchdowns. Stephon Weaver ended up on the right end of both those scoresracking up 50 yards receiving. Nick Williams led the way with 10 total tacklesand Marcus Thompson picked off two UNK passes. For the Lopers Bronson Marshpassed for 241 yards and rushed for 201 yards and three touchdowns. Kellen Warnerhad 15 total tackles and Tyke Kozeal added 11 stops.

#22 Washburn 48, Northeastern State 3
The #22 Washburn defense allowed just three points and 159 yards of totaloffense as they rolled to 3-0 with a win over Northeastern State. The game saweight interceptions and the Ichabods overcame five of their own to earn thevictory.

For the Ichabods both Mitch Buhler and Joel Piper passed for a touchdown whileBuhler ended the night with 168 yards through the air. Donnie Lockhart carriedthe ball 12 times for 92 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively Bryce Atagi,Devon Connors and Isaac Wright each picked off a pass. For the RiverHawks ThorLong was 10 of 34 for 106 yards through the air. Kyler Harris picked off twopasses while Chandler Barr, Carson Smallwood and Darrain Winston each pickedoff one.

Emporia State 54, Central Oklahoma 38
Four individual MIAA records fell* as Emporia State picked up a victory on theroad at Central Oklahoma. The game was high scoring and high yardage as 92points were scored and 1,265 total yards were gained.

For the Hornets Brent Wilson set MIAA records by throwing for 522 yards and atotal of seven touchdowns and set another new MIAA record with 571 yards oftotal offense. Austin Willis caught eight passes for 196 yards and a score andRay Ray Davis caught 16 passes for 181 yards and an MIAA record fivetouchdowns. Kadeem Satchell and Deveon Dinwiddie each had nine tackles andChris Poston and Gary Fortune picked off passes. For the Bronchos Adrian Nelsonwas 26 of 42 for 362 yards and a touchdown. Joshua Birmingham carried the ball15 times for 93 yards and three scores. Adrian Shoecraft had 11 tackles andThomas Hill and Levonte Douglas each had nine stops.

#3 Northwest Missouri 49, Fort Hays State 14
#3 Northwest Missouri scored 35 points in the first half as they picked up avictory on the road at Fort Hays State. NWMSU rolled up 519 yards of totaloffense while holding FHSU to just 365 yards on the night.

For the Bearcats Trevor Adams threw for 165 yards and two scores and BradyBolles finished with 72 yards passing and one score. Bill Creason carried theball just eight times for 26 yards but managed three touchdowns on the ground.Eric Reimer finished with a team best six tackles on the night. For the TigersTreveon Albert was 14 of 22 for 158 yards through the air. Andre Smith rushedfor 107 yards while Edward Smith and Albert each scored rushing touchdowns.Shane Smith finished with 10 tackles and Michael Jordan added eight stops onthe night.

#14 Pittsburg State 59, Southwest Baptist 7
Pittsburg State scored 56 straight points after just managing three in thequarter as they knocked off Southwest Baptist in Pittsburg. PSU held SBU to aleague week low of 202 yards on the week allowing just seven points and 12 firstdowns.

For the Gorillas Anthony Abenoja was 11 of 20 for 293 yards and threetouchdowns through the air. Jeff Seybold carried the ball 16 times for 104yards and three scores. Tyler Disney led the way with nine tackles and KeestonTerry pulled down an interception. For the Bearcats Willie Tindal was 10 of 24for 115 yards and the lone SBU score. Derwyn Lauderdale had two catches for 30yards catching the lone score. Shaquille Shedd led the way on defense with ninestops on the night.

* Wilson's 522 yards broke the MIAA record of 493 shared by Eric Czerniewski ofUCM in 2010 and Matt Ticich of TSU in 2007.
Wilson's seven touchdown passes broke the MIAA record of six shared by sevenplayers.
Wilson's 571 yards of total offense broke the MIAA record of 533 set by JoshChapman of MSSU in 2002.
Davis five touchdown receptions broke the MIAA record of four shared by sixplayers.

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