By Staff for www.mcpherson-county-ks.com & www.facebook.com/mcphersoncountyks
REMINGTON – Four scoring plays of greater than 40 yards propelled the Inman Teuton football team, currently ranked number one in Class 1A according to the Wichita Eagle, to a decisive 40-point, 54-14 road victory Friday at Remington.
The Teutons scored early in the first quarter when Harrison Brunk broke lose for a 74-yard scamper to the end zone and then followed that up later in the stanza with a drive that ended in a Brant Mikulecky four-yard dive for a second score. With Samuel Shober and Kellen Schrag running in for a pair of two-point conversions, Inman held an early 16-0 advantage by the end of the first 12 minutes of play.
After Josiah Buller connected with Eli Brunk for a 10-yard scoring pass play early in the second quarter, he struck again only this time it covered 55 yards for another score and with two more converted two-point conversions, the Teutons were up 32-0 before Remington finally found the end zone themselves on a six-yard pass play. The Teutons took a 40-6 lead into the halftime break after Buller his Eli Brunk for a second scoring pass, this time form 41 yards out.
Inman continued to us the big play to dominate the scoreboard when Zachary Martisko took a fumble recovery and rambled 44 yards into the end zone to make it 48-6 in favor of the Teutons.
Kellen Schrag picked up a score for his stat sheet when he dove in from two yards out late in the third to give Inman a 54-6 advantage before Remington was able to punch one more into the end zone in the final quarter to make the final score 54-14.
With the big plays going for scores the Teutons only ran a total of 20 offensive plays but picked up 243 yards in doing so while Remington had 188 yards in offense, but it took them 59 plays to get it done. What Inman did do was force a pair of fumbles at key moments to stop Remington drives.
Josiah Buller ended the game completing four of five passes for 116 yards and the three scores while Harrison Brunk led the team in rushing with 77 yards on just two carries. The Brunk brothers accounted for all four pass receptions.
On defense, Eli Brunk recorded nine tackles including a quarterback sack. Zachary Martisko, Dominic Neuse-Rasmussen, and Josiah Buller each had six tackles and Harrison Brunk had five.
Next up for the Teutons will be another road trip, this time to Pretty Prairie who is 1-2 after suffering a 68-18 loss to Norwich on Friday.
INMAN TEUTONS at Remington
Scoring: TEUTONS 16-24-14-0=54; Remington 0-6-0-8=14
TEUTONS: Harrison Brunk on a 74-yard run (2-Point Conversion – Samuel Shober Run) 8-0
TEUTONS: Brant Mikulecky on a 4-yard run (2-Point Conversion – Kellen Schrag run) 16-0
TEUTONS: Eli Brunk on a 10-yard pass play from Josiah Buller (2-Point Conversion – Samuel Shober run) 24-0
TEUTONS: Harrison Brunk on a 55-yard pass play from Josiah Buller (2-Point Conversion – Eli Brunk run) 32-0
Remington: Scored on a 6-yard pass play (2-Point Conversion failed) 32-6
TEUTONS: Eli Brunk on a 41-yard pass play from Josiah Buller (2-Point Conversion – Samual Shober run) 40-6
TEUTONS: Zachary Martisko on a 44-yard return of a fumble recovery (2-Point Conversion – Samuel Shober run) 48-6
TEUTONS: Kellen Schrag on a 2-yard run (2-Point Conversion Failed) 54-6
Remington: Scored on a 22-yard run (2-Point Conversion was Good) 54-14
TEUTONS: 1st Downs – 6; Total Offense – 20 for 243; Passing – 4/5 for 116, 3 scores; Rushing – 15 for 127, 3 scores; Fumbles – 0/0; Penalties – 3 for 16.
Remington: 1st Downs – 13; Total Offense – 59 for 188; Passing – 4/12 for 26, 1 score; Rushing – 42 for 162, 1 score; Fumbles – 2/2; Penalties – 4 for 25.
INMAN TEUTON INDIVIDUAL STATS:
Passing: Josiah Buller – 4/5 for 116, 3 scores.
Rushing: Harrison Brunk – 2 for 77, 1 score; Brant Mikulecky – 2 for 30, 1 score; Kellen Schrag – 6 for 24, 2 score; Samuel Shober – 2 for 2; Sebastian Martinez – 2 for -4; Kale Zizumbo – 1 for -2.
Receiving: Harrison Brunk – 2 for 65, 1 score; Eli Brunk 2 for 51, 2 scores.
Defense: Eli Brunk – 9 with 5 solo, 1 sack, 1.5 for loss; Zachary Martisko – 6 with 2 solo, 0.5 sacks, 0.5 for loss, 1 forced fumble; Dominic Neuse-Rasmussen – 6 with 3 solo, 1 for loss; Josiah Buller – 6 with 5 solo; Harrison Brunk – 5 with 4 solo; T.J. Froese – 4 with 1 solo, 0.5 for loss, 1 forced fumble; Samuel Shober – 3.5 with 2 solo; Zaden Johnson – 3 with 2 solo; Sebastian Martinez – 2 with 1 solo; Brant Mikulecky – 2 with 2 solo; Dawson McConnell – 1.5 with 0.5 for loss; Cooper Wiens – 0.5.
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