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Troy Dominates Wabaunsee in 1A Playoff Opener
By Justin Fluke
Copyright: MSC Sports
10/26/2018

Troy 54, Wabaunsee 21

The Troy Trojans were dominating in their first round 1A Playoff win over Wabaunsee on Thursday night 54-21.  On a damp and chilly evening, Kipp Jasper accounted for six touchdowns as Troy built a 33-0 halftime lead and had 315 yards by intermission while holding Wabaunsee to just 21 total yards.  In fact, 13 of the 26 first-half plays that the Chargers ran went for negative yardage and they still only had 21 total yards of offense when Troy removed all their starters and called off the dogs with a 48-0 lead halfway through the third quarter. 

Troy only needed 18 plays to score their first seven touchdowns of the night as they ripped big play after big play behind an offensive line that creative some huge holes.  Kipp Jasper’s first two rushes of the game went for a 53 and 71-yard touchdown before he tossed four straight touchdown passes to Tate Smith (49 yards), Reid Jasper (66 yards) and Bray Davies (26 and 41 yards).  Besides the six touchdowns, Kipp accounted for 113 yards rushing on five carries and was 8-11 passing for 205 yards before giving way to freshman Cam Anderson, who tossed a five-yard TD strike to Davies to make it 48-0 with 5:07 left in the third period. 

Davies finished with a trio of scores and Jacob Moore added 58 yards rushing after fellow runningback Tysen Williams broke his nose early in the first stanza and did not return to the field.  Blaine Schellenberger returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown to put Troy ahead 54-7 entering the fourth quarter.  Troy improved to 6-3 with their third straight victory and will likely get a rematch at TVL foe Centralia if the Panthers take care of first round foe JCN on Friday night.  The Trojans have two losses by one point this season and led Centralia early in the fourth quarter before falling 36-22 in week five. 

Wabaunsee ends their season 1-8 and did put together 187 total yards with three late scoring drives.  Travis McCall had 94 yards rushing on 26 carries with two trips to the endzone, and fellow senior Conner Brown had a trio of catches for 72 yards and the other score.  


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