The Eagles dropped Sedgwick 35-12 on the strength of two touchdown runs apiece by Ted Regehr and Andrew Westbrook.
Regehr opened the scoring with a 15-yard run and Westbrook made it 14-0 on a 25-yard burst.
Westbrook scored again from 16 yards out in the second quarter and added a 2-point conversion run for a 22-0 halftime lead. Regehr scored from 6 yards out to start the third quarter, making it 29-0.
Sedgwick tallied twice later in the third, but a 9-yard pass from Regehr to Westbrook in the fourth quarter sealed the win.
Westbrook carried 20 times for 143 yards, and Regehr completed four of six passes for 44 yards.
Canton-Galva travels to St. John Fruday with kickoff set for 7 p.m.
The Bluebirds hammered Little River 52-6 on Friday. The GHS passing game accounted for 194 of 361 total yards, but it was the ground game that put most of the points on the board.
Travis Fensky broke a 43-yard touchdown run early in the first quarter and added a 37-yarder in the second frame.
Austin Unruh threw a 36-yard touchdown pass to Kendall Voth for the second score of the game. Voth then caught a 2-point conversion pass from Unruh for a 14-0 lead.
In the second quarter, Unruh followed with an 11-yard run and threw a 15-yarder to Voth for a 38-0 halftime lead.
Little River struck for its only points of the game in the third quarter, but Goessel responded with a 3-yard touchdown run by Dustin Peterson and a 17-yard interception return by Weston Hiebert.
Goessel’s next opponent is Sunrise Christian. The road contest is slated for 7 p.m.
The Warriors used a trick play to grab a second-quarter lead over Hutch Trinity and carried that momentum to a 19-7 home win.
“It was a defensive battle and there were a lot of penalties, so it was kind of sloppy,” coach David Pickens said.
Nathan Bishop scored on a quarterback keeper from 6 yards out in the third quarter and Trevor Hamm added a 15-yard score in the fourth. With a win out of reach, Hutch Trinity broke through in the fourth quarter to make it 19-7.
But the play of the game was a run by Will Pratt out of a fake field goal setup 20 yards from the end zone. The play started out as a bid to convert a fourth-and-1 and turned into the game’s decisive score. The PAT proved tougher, but PBHS led 6-0 at halftime.
“Our extra point didn’t work—we fumbled the snap,” Pickens laughed. “Thank God we didn’t fumble it the play before.”
Peabody-Burns will travel Friday to Chase County for a 7 p.m. start.