Two injured in shooting near 112th and Delaware Parkway

Two adults were injured in a shooting on Saturday, Oct. 30, inside a vehicle near 112th and Delaware Parkway in Kansas City, Kansas, according to a Kansas City, Kansas, police spokesman.

Officers were dispatched to the location around 12:15 p.m., according to the spokesman. There are apartments at the location.

One of the persons had life-threatening injuries and theother, non-life threatening inuries, according to the police spokesman. The suspect or suspects fled in an unknown vehicle, according to police.

A Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office patrol vehicle on its way to the shooting call was in an accident at 12:18 p.m. Saturday at 90th and Parallel, according to a sheriff’s spokesman.

The marked patrol vehicle had its lights and sirens on, the sheriff’s department stated.

Both the deputy and the civilian were taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, the sheriff’s spokesman stated. The Kansas City, Kansas Police Department is investigating the accident.

Parallel Parkway was closed for some hours because of the accident, according to the Sheriff’s Department.

The KCK Police Department’s Major Case Unit is investigating the shootings. Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the TIPS hotline at 816-474-TIPS. All tipsters will remain anonymous.

Piper stills Golden Tornado, moves on to regional rematch with Paola

Senior Divante Herrig-Brittian ran back an interception for a touchdown in Piper’s 46-6 win over Coffeyville’s Field Kindley High School in the first round of the 4A playoffs. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)

by Brian Turrel

A scoreless first quarter turned into a rout by the closing whistle, with the Piper Pirates notching a 46-6 defeat of the Golden Tornado from Coffeyville’s Field Kindley High School in the first round of the KSHSAA 4A football playoffs.

Six different players scored the seven Piper touchdowns, the first a 37-yard run up the middle by Miguel Martin two minutes into the second quarter.

Piper shut down a Coffeyville fake punt on the next possession to get a short field, starting at the Golden Tornado 36-yard line. A long completion from Blake Porter to Divante Herrig-Brittian nearly made the end zone, but the receiver was knocked out of bounds. Mason L’Heureux ran the ball in from 2 yards out on the next play, and Porter followed it up with a 2-point conversion run.

Divante Herrig-Brittian returned an interception 56 yards to the end zone on the next Coffeyville possession for a 20-0 advantage going into halftime.

Out of the break, Piper took advantage of a short kick to start at midfield. A 47-yard run by Dominique Herrig-Brittian put them at the Golden Tornado 3-yard line, and two plays later Porter hit Ethan Walker in the end zone for a 26-0 lead.

On the next drive, Evan Damron stripped the ball from Coffeyville quarterback Zac Becker, giving the Pirates another short field from the Field Kindley 23. Becker was injured on the play, forcing running back Amanie Luten into the quarterback role.

Porter completed a 23-yard touchdown pass to Divante Herrig-Brittian, and kicker Zane Busick hit the extra point for a 33-0 lead.

Luten kept the next Coffeyville drive going with some impressive runs from the quarterback position, but tossed an interception to TiwJaun Griffin at the Piper 7-yard line to end the drive.

An illegal procedure penalty pushed the Pirates back to their own 3-yard line, setting the stage for Gannon Roth’s 97-yard touchdown pass to Dominique Herrig-Brittian on the next play.

The following Golden Tornado drive ended with Luten sacked and the ball turned over to the Pirates on downs at the Coffeyville 39. Roth hit Tannar McDaniel for an 18-yard touchdown pass, and Busick converted for a 46-0 lead.

The Golden Tornado got off zero in the final minute when Amir Luten made a long catch and run to the end zone.

The win sets up a rematch between the Piper Pirates and the Paola Panthers in the regional round of the 4A playoffs. The game will be played in Paola on Friday, Nov. 5, starting at 7 p.m.

Both teams are 6-3 following their first-round victories. Paola defeated Piper 24-19 in the Oct. 8 Frontier League match played in Paola.

Sophomore Evan Damron forced a fumble by Coffeyville quarterback Zac Becker. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Dominique Herrig-Brittian cradled a reception before turning up field. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Junior Mason L’Heureux hauled down Coffeyville freshman running back Aaron Tunstall. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Junior defensive back Miguel Martin returned an interception. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Senior quarterback Blake Porter ran in a 2-point conversion. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Freshman Tannar McDaniel caught a pass in the end zone. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Sophomore Zane Pudenz ran the ball in the 4th quarter. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Senior Dominique Herrig-Brittian caught a pass on the right sideline for a 97-yard touchdown reception. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Senior quarterback Blake Porter threw a short pass over the middle. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Senior receiver Divante Herrig-Brittian hauled down a pass along the left sideline. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)
Head coach Rick Pollard addressed the team after the game, encouraging them for the rematch against Paola. (Photo copyright 2021 by Brian Turrel)

Advance voting continues today

Advance voting continues today in Wyandotte County.

Three voting sites are open today.

The sites include:

  • The Election Office, 850 State Ave., open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30.
  • Joe Amayo-Argentine Community Center, 2810 Metropolitan Ave,. Kansas City, Kansas, open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30.
  • Eisenhower Recreation Center, multipurpose room, 2901 N. 72nd St., KCK, open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30.

Advance voting also takes place from 8 a.m. to noon Monday, Nov. 1, at the Election Office only, 850 State Ave., KCK.

Those voters who have requested and received an advance ballot by mail can return their ballot through the U.S. Postal Service; in person at the Election Office; in person at their polling place; or at one of the secured ballot drop boxes, according to information on the election commissioner’s website. The ballot drop boxes are at the Bonner Springs Library, 201 N. Nettleton Ave., Bonner Springs; Edwardsville City Hall, 690 S. 4th St., Edwardsville; West Wyandotte KCK Public Library, 1737 N. 82nd St., Kansas City, Kansas, KCK City Hall, 701 N. 7th St., KCK; and the Election Office, 850 State Ave., KCK.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2.

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