|Lawrence's Brad Strauss went down with an ankle injury|
on Friday and his team wasn't quite able to make the
proper adjustments to overcome his loss. Photo courtesy
the Lawrence Journal World.
1. Brad Strauss, Quarterback, Lawrence
Week Eight Stats: 4-of-6 passing, 53 yards
Strauss was forced to leave the game midway through the first half after he suffered what appeared to be a fairly bad ankle injury. His absence from the Chesty Lions' lineup was perhaps the most sincere way of showing his value to the team--they scored just three points without him in the game.
2. Willie Cauley, Wide Receiver, Olathe Northwest
Week Eight Stats: 7 receptions, 173 yards, 1 TD
Cauley broke the 1,000 yard receiving mark on the season with his latest performance. It's my understanding that he also leads the state of Kansas in reception yardage. He certainly has been a fun player to cover this season and if basketball doesn't work out he's not too shabby at football... just saying.
3. Gabe Guild, Running Back, SM South
Week Eight Stats: 24 carries, 284 yards, 2 TDs
Not only is Guild the only player in the league with over 1,000 yards rushing but he also paces the league's leaders in rushing yardage by 567 yards. SM South is going to need another one of these performances from him against SM East this week.
4. Kyle McFarland, Quarterback, Lawrence Free State
Week Eight Stats: 21-of-38 passing, 277 yards, 2 TDs; 17 carries, 30 yards
McFarland put together another solid outing in leading his team to an upset over Olathe North. When he's playing well Free State is a tough team to beat and it will be interesting to see how far he and the rest of the Firebirds will go this season, assuming they make the playoffs.
5. Mason Perez, SM North, Wide Receiver
Week Eight Stats: 6 receptions, 113 yards, 4 TDs; 1 punt return TD
Perez gets the proverbial "cup of coffee" after scoring five touchdowns and accumulating just under 150 yards of total offense in the first half against Wyandotte. For the season, Perez has the highest yards-per-catch average in the league at 25 yards, and he also leads the league in kick and punt returns for touchdowns with a combined three.
Honorable Mention: Tanner Gentry, Olathe North; Kendall Kelly, Olathe East; Dalton Rook, Olathe Northwest; Connor Middleton, Olathe Northwest; Elliott Faerber, SM East; Jordan Ward, Olathe South; John Kelsh, Olathe East, Frankie Seurer, Olathe South.
Dalton Rook, Olathe Northwest: 1,602, 17 TDs
Brad Strauss, Lawrence: 1,554, 11 TDs
Kyle McFarland, Free State: 1,253, 12 TDs
Jordan Bruce, Olathe North: 1,189, 15 TDs
Frank Seurer, Olathe South: 1,045, 8 TDs
Armani Williams, SM West: 926, 6 TDs
Nick Pirotte, SM East: 850, 5 TDs
Dakota Collins, SM East: 804, 5 TDs
Ryan Theis, SM North: 695, 12 TDs
Gabe Guild, SM South: 1,535, 12 TDs
Orange Mooney, Olathe North: 968, 10 TDs
Connor Middleton, Olathe Northwest: 883, 13 TDs
Treshawn Root, Olathe North: 878, 5 TDs
John Kelsh, Olathe East: 859, 8 TDs
Kyle McFarland, Free State: 803, 7 TDs
Kendall Kelly, Olathe East: 799, 15 TDs
Brad Strauss, Lawrence: 707, 11 TDs
Danny Manning, SM Northwest: 706, 7 TDs
Jason Randall, Leavenworth: 612, 7 TDs
Willie Cauley, Olathe Northwest: 1,064, 13 TDs
Tanner Gentry, Olathe North: 677, 12 TDs
Connor Rellihan, SM East: 643, 8 TDs
Ryan Patterson, Free State: 590, 5 TDs
Elliot Faerber, SM East: 571, 2 TDs
Mason Perez, SM North: 545, 11 TDs
Chad Johnson, Olathe East: 506, 6 TDs
Anthony Buffalomeat, Lawrence: 503, 5 TDs
Erick Mayo, Lawrence: 451, 3 TDs
Drew Johnson, Olathe South: 439, 4 TDs
Alex Anthony, Olathe Northwest: 101
Remington Whitley, Olathe South: 100
Austin Jackson, Leavenworth: 82
Jeramie Fischer, SM South: 81
Alex Forslund, SM South: 76
Alex Waugh, Leavenworth: 76
Dylan DeVries, Olathe South: 74
Connor Middleton, Olathe Northwest: 74
Joe Dineen, Free State: 73
Colin McCarty, SM North: 71
Interceptions (Based on return yardage)
Calloway Schmidt, Free State: 5
Tim Mayes, Olathe Northwest: 5 (1 TD)
Marcus Banks, Olathe East: 4
Isaiah Ross, Leavenworth: 4
Junior Williams, Olathe East: 4
Kick Return/Punt Return Touchdowns
Teddy Colbert, Olathe South: 1 KR TD
Tanner Gentry, Olathe North: 1 PR TD
Matt Elliott, Olathe South: 1 KR TD, 1 PR TD
Andy Hiett, SM East: 1 PR TD
Jake Horner, SM Northwest: 2 KR TD
Quint Kelby, SM Northwest: 1 PR TD
Avery Parker, Olathe Northwest: 1 KR TD
Mason Perez, SM North: 2 KR TD, 1 PR TD
Taylor Sheffield, Olathe South: 1 KR TD
Brad Strauss, Lawrence: 1 KR TD
Troy Wilkins, SM East: 1 KR TD
Junior Williams, Olathe East: 1 KR TD
Mark Whitrock, SM West: (6/8)
Anthony Rosen, Lawrence: (4/5)
Jorge Rivero, Olathe North: (3/7)
Dainan Swoope, SM South: (2/2)
Jared Douglas, Olathe South: (2/3)
Stats courtesy Mid-Statesports.com
Kendall Kelly is a touchdown machine.
OE/Kelly is a monster..i wonder what his totals would be if he wasn't splitting time with two other backs..i heard Strauss was done for the season with injury..
Kelsh and Kelly are a great team in the back field. The power Kelly brings and the speed Kelsh brings makes the defense's nervouse. They are fun to watch.
Sorry I should have given credit to the offensive line too. The blocking they do is what makes a RB like Kelly and Kelsh shine. Good job to the OE Offense.
LOL....typical mental retarded kids from OE...alway dreaming for a state champs. Wake up you spoiled little kids!
NoOne, do you have anger issues? I know you have spelling and grammar issues! Having a dream is what it is all about.
what happened to elliot faerbar? he was supposed to be some big time D1 recruit. he isnt even leading in receiving yards on his team, or touchdowns.
He was injured for a couple games. He was double and triple covered in the first few games. Last week he had 16 receptions for over 200 yatds, so he is doing alright when he is healthy.
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