Football results

Schlagle 52, Wyandotte 18
Piper 55, Turner 27
Sumner Academy 42, Bishop Ward 8
Atchison 58, Washington 6
Basehor-Linwood 45, Bonner Springs 16

Next week’s games
Oct. 6 at 7 p.m.
Tonganoxie at Turner

Oct. 7, at 7 p.m.
Washington at Wyandotte
Sumner Academy at Schlagle
Piper at Bishop Ward
Atchison at Harmon
Bonner Springs at Paola

High school football, Sumner Academy at Bishop Ward

Photos by Brian Turrel

Sumner seniors Dominic Love (21) and Weah Landford (52) led their football team onto the field against Bishop Ward, encouraged by the Sumner cheerleaders. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner seniors Dominic Love (21) and Weah Landford (52) led their football team onto the field against Bishop Ward, encouraged by the Sumner cheerleaders. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner freshman running back Malachi Moore (28) turned up field on a run in the first quarter of Sumner's football game at Bishop Ward on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner freshman running back Malachi Moore (28) turned up field on a run in the first quarter of Sumner’s football game at Bishop Ward on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner sophomore wide receiver Donell Bagley (4) stiff-armed Bishop Ward defensive back Damian Contreras (15) to gain additional yardage on a reception in the first quarter of the game on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner sophomore wide receiver Donell Bagley (4) stiff-armed Bishop Ward defensive back Damian Contreras (15) to gain additional yardage on a reception in the first quarter of the game on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner senior running back Kylen Lindesay (13) surged across the goal line as sophomore quarterback Nahshon Houston (10) signalled a touchdown during the second quarter of the game against Bishop Ward on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner senior running back Kylen Lindesay (13) surged across the goal line as sophomore quarterback Nahshon Houston (10) signalled a touchdown during the second quarter of the game against Bishop Ward on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner sophomore wide receiver Donell Bagley (4) tried to outflank Bishop Ward defensive back Jaden Hutchingson (21) on a pass play in the second quarter of the football game between the two teams on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner sophomore wide receiver Donell Bagley (4) tried to outflank Bishop Ward defensive back Jaden Hutchingson (21) on a pass play in the second quarter of the football game between the two teams on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Bishop Ward senior Kiandra Hobley wiped away a tear as she was announced as Bishop Ward homecoming queen at halftime of the football game against Sumner on Sept. 30.  She was attended by her father and Bishop Ward senior Michael Ledesma. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Bishop Ward senior Kiandra Hobley wiped away a tear as she was announced as Bishop Ward homecoming queen at halftime of the football game against Sumner on Sept. 30. She was attended by her uncle, Antonio Allen, and Bishop Ward senior Michael Ledesma. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Bishop Ward senior Kiandra Hobley posed with her father and senior Michael Ledesma after being crowned as Bishop Ward's homecoming queen. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Bishop Ward senior Kiandra Hobley posed with her uncle and senior Michael Ledesma after being crowned as Bishop Ward’s homecoming queen. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Bishop Ward homecoming queen Kiandra Hobley (third from left) posed with the members of the homecoming court at halftime of the football game against Sumner High School on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Bishop Ward homecoming queen Kiandra Hobley (third from left) posed with the members of the homecoming court at halftime of the football game against Sumner High School on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner freshman wide receiver Jerry Ross (22) prepared to catch a pass, which he ran in for a touchdown during the third quarter of the football game against Bishop Ward on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner freshman wide receiver Jerry Ross (22) prepared to catch a pass, which he ran in for a touchdown during the third quarter of the football game against Bishop Ward on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner sophomore quarterback Nahshon Houston (10) slipped the tackle of a Bishop Ward defender during the third quarter.  The broken play included a fumble by Houston, who recovered to run the ball in for a touchdown. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner sophomore quarterback Nahshon Houston (10) slipped the tackle of a Bishop Ward defender during the third quarter. The broken play included a fumble by Houston, who recovered to run the ball in for a touchdown. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner freshman wide receiver Jerry Ross (22) and sophomore offensive lineman Juan Owens (70) relaxed on the sidelines while the team's defense was on the field. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner freshman wide receiver Jerry Ross (22) and sophomore offensive lineman Juan Owens (70) relaxed on the sidelines while the team’s defense was on the field. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner senior running back Kylen Lindesay took a handoff from sophomore quarterback Nahshon Houston during the fourth quarter of the team's game against Bishop Ward on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner senior running back Kylen Lindesay took a handoff from sophomore quarterback Nahshon Houston during the fourth quarter of the team’s game against Bishop Ward on Sept. 30. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Bishop Ward senior linebacker Manuel Rodriguez stepped in front of Sumner sophomore wide receiver Donell Bagley to grab an interception in the fourth quarter of their football game on Sept. 30.  Rodriguez returned the interception for a touchdown. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Bishop Ward senior linebacker Manuel Rodriguez stepped in front of Sumner sophomore wide receiver Donell Bagley to grab an interception in the fourth quarter of their football game on Sept. 30. Rodriguez returned the interception for a touchdown. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Sumner sophomore wide receiver Donell Bagley attempts to tackle Bishop Ward senior wide receiver Manuel Rodriguez during Rodriguez's runback of an interception. (Photo by Brian Turrel)
Sumner sophomore wide receiver Donell Bagley attempts to tackle Bishop Ward senior wide receiver Manuel Rodriguez during Rodriguez’s runback of an interception. (Photo by Brian Turrel)

Saturday events

Silver City Day parade to be Oct. 1

The Silver City Day parade and celebration is scheduled Saturday, Oct. 1. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at South 42nd and Strong Avenue, and continues to 24th Street. It will be followed by a celebration from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Emerson Park, 29th and Strong. There will be entertainment, food and activities. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/Argentine-Silver-City-Day-Celebration-388221744610660/.

Candidate forum planned Oct. 1

A candidate forum will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Bethel Neighborhood Center, 14 S. 7th St., Kansas City, Kan. The Wyandotte County Candidate Forum on Criminal Justice will include candidates for the Kansas Legislature who will share their views on the criminal justice system. Sponsors of the candidate forum are Kansans for Smart Justice, ACLU of Kansas, El Centro, Kansas Appleseed, Kansas Black Leadership Council, Johnson County NAACP, MainStream Coalition, and the Social Justice Council of Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church.

Edwardsville plans fall family picnic and 5k today

The city of Edwardsville will hold a Fall Family Picnic at Edwardsville City Park on Oct. 1. The event is for Edwardsville and celebrates the community, its history and its future. It will feature attractions such as face painting, balloon animals and other field games. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be sold at a small charge. In addition to this year’s picnic will be the Phyllis J. Freeman 5k, 3k walk and kids’ fun run. The 5k race will take place at 8 a.m. Oct. 1, beginning at Edwardsville City Park and concluding on the new trail crossing the bridge into the southeast portion of the park. The cost of the walk is $30. Food and drink will be provided at the end of the race. Proceeds from the 5k will benefit the Kelly Lynn Lutz Memorial Foundation, which provides scholarships to children of parents with cancer.

Piper craft show planned

A Piper High School Craft Show is planned from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at the high school, 4400 N. 107th St., Kansas City, Kan. It is the robotics craft show.

Renaissance Festival continues

The Renaissance Festival continues on the weekends through Oct. 16, at 126th and State Avenue. For more information, see www.kcrenfest.com/.