Wetmore falls to Axtell

After a tough loss the week prior, the Wetmore Cardinals traveled to Axtell on Friday, Sept. 28, looking to bring home a win. Axtell took control of the game early and would win after just one half, 60-0.

The Eagles controlled both sides of the ball throughout the game, Head Coach Rick Schnacker said.

“Axtell took the game to us on both sides of the ball,” he said. “They ran the ball well, we could not defend their passing game, and they were aggressive on defense.”

At the end of one quarter, the score was 46-0. Axtell kept the momentum going and managed to score two more touchdowns in the second quarter to win the game 60-0.

Senior Joel Hutfles tallied six tackles and eight rushes for 14 yards.

Schnacker said after this loss, the team has to focus on moving forward.

“We have to forget about this game and focus on ourselves and improving,” he said. “We need to get back to the basics and get better for the next game.”

Wetmore will welcome Doniphan West to town on Friday, Oct. 5.

vs. Axtell 9/28/2018

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

#

TACKLES

QB SACKS

BLOCKED KICKS

INTER

FUMBLE RECOVERY

# OF CATCHES

TOTAL CATCHING YARDS

# OF RUSHES

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS

POINTS AND YARDAGE

Joel Hutfles

14

6

8

14

Kael McQueen

1

1

-3

7

-13

Jonathan Hladky-Baleiy

33

2

Braden Henry

30

1

1

-1

Kevin Shumaker

3

1

Storm Hackler

16

1

5

-6

Tyson Ball

52

1

Mason Gibson

55

1

Ross Shumaker

60

2

Hippo Pascal

22

John Lamberson

54

Brandon Cole

2

1

-4

Jake McGrath

80

1

TOTAL

16

0

0

0

0

1

-3

22

-10

0

TEAM TOTALS

WHS

AXT

FIRST DOWNS

1

2

3RD DOWN CONV.

4TH DOWN CONV.

# OF RUSHES

22

7

RUSHING YARDS

-10

41

AVG. RUSHING YDS

5.9

PASSING YARDS

-3

149

# COMPLETIONS

1

7

# PASSES

3

9

# INTERCEPTIONS

0

0

PUNTING YARDS

162

0

FUMBLES/LOST

4-3

0-0

PENALTIES/LOST YARDS

0-0

3-25

TOTAL OFFENSE

-13

190

1ST QUARTER SCORE

0

46

2ND QUARTER SCORE

0

14

3RD QUARTER SCORE

0

0

4TH QUARTER SCORE

0

0

Heather Stewart260 Posts

Heather Stewart is a reporter for The Sabetha Herald, where she has been on staff since 2015. She specializes in court and sports reporting, as well as photography. Heather is a 2011 Kansas State University graduate with a degree in psychology. She lives in Sabetha with her husband.

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