Inman had been on quite the roll through the first three weeks of the season, but ran into a road block in the form of Marion Friday night, falling 35-0.
The Teutons (3-1) struggled to make anything happen on offense, with quarterback Justin Friesen failing to complete a pass.
Inman was again without the services of leading rusher Tyler Cottam and missed his running ability against the Warriors, as the Teutons managed only 42 yards rushing.
Senior Logan Hall was the leading rusher with 33 yards on 16 carries.
“We didn’t have a lot of offense tonight,” Inman coach Mike Vernon said. “They were physical up front and we weren’t blocking on the edges.”
Vernon did say he liked the way the defense played, though they became physically worn out by late in the second half.
“Which is disappointing,” he said. “But there were things we can learn from it.”
The Teutons are on the road again next week, this time taking on Medicine Lodge.
Moundridge picks up first win in 47-0 blowout
MOUNDRIDGE — The Wildcats poured on 35 points before halftime, as Moundridge picked up their first win of the season in a 47-0 home blow out of Bennington.
“We finally got some things going offensively,” Moundridge coach Courtney Moddelmog said. “We still will need to get some mistakes taken care of.”
The Wildcats needed only 45 seconds to pick up their first score, a Colby Badman one-yard run for a touchdown.
Badman was one of a trio of Moundridge rushers who picked up 100 yards rushing or more, though he led all rushers with 128 yards and three touchdowns.
DeShawn Pfeiff added 106 yards rushing on five carries, while Javin Foth had 102 yards on 10 tries with two touchdowns.
The Wildcats were without quarterback Garrett Higgins, who was injured last week. Kyle Stucky and Anthony Otte shared signal calling duties, with Otte the more successful. He went 1-for-1 throwing, a 37 yard touchdown pass to Kyle Huxman.
In total, the Wildcats had 511 yards offense to Bennington’s 173.
Moundridge (1-3) is on the road at Remington next week.
Vikings put up 400 yards rushing in win over Haven
LINDSBORG — The Vikings rushed 61 times for 400 yards, handily defeating Haven 39-6 Friday night at Lindsborg.
“It was exciting,” Smoky Valley coach Chris Hattabaugh said. “I have no complaints. The kids executed the game plan well and stayed healthy, which is the important thing.”
Matt Guerrero had 18 carries for 187 yards and two touchdowns in the win.
Junior Jarod DeMott had a great game, as well, as he had a three yard touchdown run and caught a 29-yard scoring pass from quarterback Christian Hanson.
Page 2 of 2 - Cole Norberg and Mason Weiss also added rushing touchdowns for the Vikings (3-0).
Smoky Valley hosts Hillsboro next week.
Canton-Galva struck with bad luck against Warriors
PEABODY — Just when Canton-Galva looked to be invincible, three different Eagles were injured Friday night in a 50-20 loss against Peabody-Burns.
Quarterback and leading scorer Cody Savage, Trey Moddelmog and Austin Bullinger all went down with injuries against the Warriors, leaving Canton-Galva facing severe depth issues as they prepare for district play.
“It was a strange game,” Canton-Galva coach Jeff Savage said.
Canton-Galva held the lead early, but head coach Jeff Savage said a series of odd events occurred, such as strange bounces, that led to Peabody-Burns breaking loose for big runs.
Cody Savage went down in the second quarter, as he took a shot to an already injured thigh muscle. The elder Savage believes his quarterback will miss several weeks.
Connor Farnham stepped into the quarterback role for Cody Savage.
Moddelmog suffered an injured shoulder, while Bullinger re-hurt a knee he had been nursing since last season. Savage had no estimate on how long the pair would be out.
Redskins claim homecoming win
LITTLE RIVER — Little River extended their winning streak Friday night with a 64-22 homecoming win over Hutchinson Central Christian.
Grant Harvey had a huge game on the ground, picking up 142 yards rushing on just four carries, including a long run of 56 yards. He had three rushing touchdowns and five scores total.
Davin Pifer had 99 yards on the ground, while Clay Zeller threw for 98 yards on 5-of-7 passing and a touchdown.