LINDSBORG—It wasn't the season the Smoky Valley High School football team would want, but were able to end the year on a promising note after shutting out Wichita-Trinity Academy 48-0 in a Class 3A consolation game on Friday.

While Smoky Valley put 479 yards of total offense, Trinity only had one. The Vikings led 41-0 at halftime, and added one more touchdown in the third quarter to close the deal. Both Trey Kennedy and Raleigh Wilson combined for 375 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 23 carries. Kennedy, however was the top leading rusher with 139 and three touchdowns.

The Vikings concludes its season on a two-game winning streak and a 3-6 record. Because Smoky Valley has a small senior class, the Vikings will have plenty of experienced starters coming back next year under Vikings' coach Tim Lambert.

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