It is next to last week for regular season high school football in Kansas.
Most teams played the second of three district games to get a shot at postseason.
The Mel Hambleton Ford Game of the Week took place in Rose Hill Friday night as the Collegiate Spartans defeated the Rose Hill Rockets 49 to 38.
Friday Football Fever cameras tracked games across the state.
In Hays, Scott City beat TMP 51 to 7. Halstead shutout Moundridge 31 to 0. Andover scored a 28 to 21 victory over Emporia. The Wichita West Pioneers are playoff bound with 34 to 13 over Andover.
Liberal scored with one second left in the game to upend Eisenhower 36 to 31 in Goddard. Wichita Northwest blanked Wichita North 43 to 0. Derby beat Wichita East 49 to 6.
Maize South won a defensive struggle over Hesston 14 to 6 and Carroll held Goddard scoreless 48 to 0.
Thursday night's action saw the Heights Falcons pick up a 40 to 14 over Southeast and Kapaun-Mount Carmel Crusaders going on the road to beat the Arkansas City Bulldogs 38 to 14.
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Some kids will be receiving a hand-made wooden toy this holiday season thanks to Santa's elves at Fort Hays State University.
Make sure you keep you pet protected from the cold elements.
Wichita Shocker baseball is conducting an internal review of the program.
The FDA considers new drug for treatment of hepatitis C which is a major threat to baby boomer population.
Two Wichita police cars collided Friday afternoon while responding to call. It happened at 2nd and Broadway.
Wichita police arrested two men after 17 vehicle break-ins Thursday morning.
Being prepared and informed may help you to avoid the messy and often expensive issue of frozen pipes.