Kansas Coach Jimmy Dushane had been waiting for the game  - a win to stop the Comets' losing streak.

It finally came on Friday, Sept. 8, as the team beat the Wyandotte Bears 42 to 24.

“I am proud of the effort and proud of how hard the kids have worked,” said Dushane. “My assistant coaches have done a great job in preparing the kids for what Wyandotte was going to do.”

The last time Kansas won a football game was on Oct. 15, 2015 a 42-14 win over Chouteau.

About the game

The junior pair of Daris Glass and Keelan Davis led Kansas. Glass carried the football 18 times for 185 yards and two touchdowns. Davis added 134 on five totes and added another touchdown.

Kansas had three more touchdown runs in the game from seniors Aaron Reeder and Jerry Cochran as well as junior Wyatt Curtis. The Comets had 440 total yards all on the ground.

Kansas took a 6-0 lead after the first quarter before Wyandotte scored two in the second to lead 12-6 at half time. Kansas broke free in the third for 16 points to lead 22-12 going into the fourth. Kansas outscored Wyandotte 20-12 in the fourth quarter.

Glass also led the team on defense with 10 tackles followed by junior Ethan Vaughan and sophomore Jagar Pifer with seven each. Sophomores William Houston and Jacob Jones had six each.

Jones had three sacks in the game while Vaughan had two. Curtiss, Cochran, Daris Glass and senior Kade Moore had one sack each. Reeder, Vaughan and junior Brent Morikawa all came away with interceptions for Kansas. Vaughan also had a fumble recovery.

What’s next?

Kansas will host Westville to their home opener on Friday, Sept. 15.