RANGERS TOPPLE THE APACHES – The unranked KILGORE COLLEGE RANGERS took the field against the number 8 team in the nation – the TYLER COLLEGE APACHES. The Rangers trailed the visiting Apaches 10-0 to end the 1st Quarter but pulled to within 16-14 by Halftime. After the break Kilgore College took control, ultimately upsetting Tyler College in a 50-29 rout.
WHEN RANKED TEAMS CLASH – The number 11 COFFEYVILLE COLLEGE RED RAVENS traveled to face the 17th ranked DODGE CITY COLLEGE CONQUISTADORS in a Jayhawk Conference showdown. The Red Ravens seized a 14-6 1st Quarter lead and expanded that to a 24-12 advantage by the midpoint. The 3rd Quarter ended with Coffeyville College clinging to a 24-19 edge over the Conquistadors. In the end the Red Ravens prevailed 31-26.
DUEL IN THE DESERT – The 6th ranked MESA COLLEGE THUNDERBIRDS got almost more than they could handle from their hosts the SCOTTSDALE COLLEGE FIGHTING ARTICHOKES. The Thunderbirds held a 21-18 lead going into the Half but fell behind the Fighting Artichokes 25-21 in the 3rd Quarter. Mesa College outscored Scottsdale 14-7 in the 4th Quarter to win this 35-32 Instant Classic.
SHUTOUTS – The (13) SNOW COLLEGE BADGERS found themselves on the road against the EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE GILA MONSTERS and proceeded to filet them to the tune of 21-0 ### And the EASTERN MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE LIONS utterly annihilated the visiting HINDS COLLEGE EAGLES in a FORTY-TWO to NOTHING laugher.
WORKING OVERTIME – The ARMY PREP CADET CANDIDATES welcomed the ASA COLLEGE AVENGERS for a gridiron Armageddon. The Avengers led the Cadet Candidates 12-7 to end the opening Quarter and that remained unchanged by Halftime. The 3rd Quarter ended with Army Prep pulling to 12-10 behind ASA College and Regulation ended in an 18-18 tie. The Cadet Candidates won it in OT 21-18.
RAVENS TRIUMPHANT – The MILFORD ACADEMY RAVENS defended their home field against the NASSAU COLLEGE LIONS. A 12-0 Ravens over Lions lead in the 1st Quarter became 18-zip by the break. From there Milford Academy coasted to a 26-6 win over Nassau College.