Kansas came close to their second victory of the season dropping a 41-34 loss to Westville on Friday, Sept. 15.

“We played with a good effort but made to many mistakes,” said Coach Jimmy Dushane. “We have to get better at doing the little things right in order to get better.”

Kansas led 14-7 after the first quarter and 21-14 at half time. Westville outscored Kansas 14-7 in the third quarter to go into the fourth quarter tied 28-28. The Yellowjackets got the best of the scoring column in the fourth quarter 13-6.

Keelan Davis led Kansas with 344 total yards. The junior was 10-17 passing for 182 yards and a touchdown while he rushed 24 times for 162 yards and a score.

Daris Glass and Jerry Cochran combined to rush for 113 yards and three more scores.

Aaron Reeder was the leading receiver with four catches for 93 yards and a touchdown while Christian Glass had one catch for 40 yards and Chance Kolysko had three for 31. Tucker Phillips had two grabs for 26.

William Houston led the team in tackles with 15 while Daris Glass had 12. Davis recovered a fumble caused by Jager Pifer on defense.

What’s next?

Kansas will travel to Victory Christian in Tulsa for the opening game of Class 2A district seven play. The Conquerors are 3-0 with wins over Bristow, Sperry and NOAH.

Victory Christian quarterback R.J. Wakley has 930 yards on 55 completions. Caleb Calhoon is the top receiver for Victory Christian with 19 catches for 356 yards.

“Victory Christian has a very good team. We will need to control the football play well on the defensive side of the football Friday night,” said Dushane.