South Shelby Dominates On Both Ends, Defeats Milan In Season Opener

The South Shelby Cardinals won in convincing fashion over the Milan Wildcats 47-6 to begin the football season. The Cardinals wasted no time lighting up the scoreboard.

Steven Findley Jr with the call on 104.7 KRES and South Shelby kept its foot on the gas the next drive courtesy of Kendal Hammond.

Hammond led the offensive attack with 206 yards of total offense and three total touchdowns. Coach Adam Gunterman said the game plan was simple.

The Wildcats scored their lone touchdown in the 3rd quarter after the ball was fumbled and recovered in the end zone. Coach Mark Cole said the Cardinal defense was stout.

Sophomore quarterback Chase Moellering threw his first varsity touchdown pass in the win. Gunterman spoke about the young quarterback’s maturity.

Ahmet Niasse had 90 of the 130 yards of offense for Milan. South Shelby has now won the last three meetings against Milan. The Cardinals face Westran next week while the Wildcats host St. Mary’s Academy of Kansas.

South Shelby Head Coach Adam Gunterman:

Milan Head Coach Mark Cole: