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Indians fall short to the Oilers, complete season 11-1

The Saint Francis Indians finished their season with 11 wins and 1 loss when they fell to the Central Plains Oilers in the sub-state championship on Saturday. The game ended with a score of 0-42. Shadryon Blanka, sophomore, felt . . . read more

Football Letter Winners Announced

The high school coaching staff has announced the football letter winners for the 2018 season. Student/athletes earning letters for their participation in football are listed below. Seniors:   Cody Baxter, Gregor Burr, Hunter . . . read more

Oilers End Indians' Championship Quest

The Central Plains Oilers proved to be too strong, and the Indians' quest for a state football championship ended in a 0-42 loss in the Sub-State Championship football game in Claflin on Saturday, November 17. As they had shown . . . read more

All-NWKL Football Team Selected

In a meeting on Wednesday evening, November 14, the 2018 All-Northwest Kansas League Football Team was selected by a vote of the coaches from the eight NWKL teams. Twelve St. Francis Indians were recognized for their performance . . . read more

Indians Keep Choppin, 11-0

On Saturday, The Saint Francis Indians defeated the Hodgeman County Longhorns. By the end of the game, the Indians maintained their undefeated record with a score of 30-20. The win sealed the Division I Sectional championship title for the . . . read more

Indians Defeat Hodgeman County

Advance to Sub-State Championship Game in Claflin

The St. Francis Indians defeated the Jetmore-Hodgeman County Longhorns 30-20 in the Sectional Championship contest on Saturday, November 10, on Greene Field in St. Francis. The win advanced the Indians (11-0) to the Sub-State Championship . . . read more

Indians Win Regional Contest

The St. Francis Indians advanced their season record to 10-0 with a 30-12 win over the Victoria Knights in the Regional Championship game on Greene Field in St. Francis on Friday, November 2. The Indians jumped out to a 30-6 halftime lead and . . . read more

Indians Advance to the Playoffs

The St. Francis Indians took down the Stockton Tigers by halftime in the Bracket Game on Friday, October 25 on Greene Field. The Indians have completed their regular season undefeated. With the undefeated season, they have come home with . . . read more

Indians Earn First-Round Playoff Win

In the first round the the 2018 high school football play-offs, the St. Francis Indians turned in a dominating performance versus the Stockton Tigers on Thursday, October 25. In a game played on Greene Field in St. Francis, the Indians . . . read more

Undefeated Saint Francis Indians Gets Yoke Back

Friday the Saint Francis Indians defeated the Atwood Buffaloes at the annual Yoke Bowl. The Yoke Bowl began ten years ago between the rivals of Saint Francis Indians and Atwood Buffaloes. In 2016 Atwood won the yoke and Sainty was devastated. . . . read more

Football Playoff Information

There are many questions that arise this time of year regarding high school playoffs. Who do we play? Where do we play? How are the opponents and sites determined? This article may be a bit lengthy, but hopefully will explain the football . . . read more

Indians defeat Golden Eagles, spear district title

The high school varsity football team crushed the Trego Golden Eagles and clinched the district championship on Friday, October 12. The Indians led by a fair margin at the end of the first quarter, 32-8. Then they dominated in the second . . . read more

Indians Whack the Buffaloes

The final regular season game for the Indians was over quickly. St. Francis scored each time they had possession of the football and rolled to a 58-8 win over the Rawlins County Buffaloes. St. Francis received the opening . . . read more

Saint Francis Indians defeated Leoti

The high school varsity football team started out slow but then dominated Wichita County at Leoti on Friday, October 5. After neither team scored in the first quarter, the Indians got out ahead at halftime, 28-0. Then they finished out the . . . read more

Indians Pluck the Golden Eagles

On Friday, October 12, the Indians wasted little time in disposing of the Trego Community Golden Eagles. In a contest played in Wakeeney, the Indians scored early and often to dominate the football game. St. Francis defeated . . . read more

Indians' 28-Point 2nd Quarter Sinks WC

On Friday evening, October 5, the St. Francis Indians overpowered the #9 ranked (Max-Preps) Wichita County Indians in high school football. The St. Francis defense kept the contest on the Wichita County (WC) side of mid-field for much of . . . read more

Indians take down the Red Devils Once Again

The St. Francis JV Indians beat the Oberlin Red Devils on Monday, October 1. This was the Indians third game for junior varsity, as they have played Quinter (12-8) and Dundy County (22-38). The Indians increased their record to 2-1 with . . . read more

Sainty Indians knock Hoxie off their pedestal and take their place as No. 1 in the state

Friday, September 28, the Indians knocked down the No. 1 ranked in the state the Hoxie Indians, 64-30.  The crowd did their best showing enthusiasm despite the nearly-freezing weather. You could say this was a nerve racking game . . . read more

Indians Shock #1-Ranked Hoxie

The St. Francis Indians defeated Hoxie on Friday, September 28, in convincing fashion. The Hoxie Indians entered the game as the defending state champions and were the number-one ranked team in Class 1A 8-man football. Though . . . read more

Indians defeated the Oberlin Red Devils by the third quarter

Just picture it. You are sweaty, the game is tied with two minutes to go and you have the ball at the ten yard line. The adrenaline is going and you are ready to catch the game winning pass. That wasn’t quite the case in Oberlin on . . . read more

Indians Dominate Red Devils

The St. Francis Indians completely dominated the Decatur Community Red Devils in high school football on Friday, September 21 in Oberlin. Though it was the Red Devils' homecoming, the Indians showed little mercy earning a 50-0 win . . . read more

JV Indians Lose to DCS

The junior varsity football team played their first game of the season on Monday, September 17, in St. Francis. The JV Indians took on a good Dundy County-Stratton team losing the contest by a score of 22-38. The first quarter ended with . . . read more

Saint Francis Indians Dominate Hornets

The Dighton Hornets’ nine players came to play at Friday’s game against the Indians’ 24 players. The Hornets lost their sting in the second half and the Indians chopped up a homecoming victory, 54-20.  In the first . . . read more

Indians Control #10 Ranked Dighton.

The Indians proved to be too strong for the #10-ranked (1A-DII) Dighton Hornets on Friday, September 14. Though the Hornets put up a good fight, the Indians controlled the game with hard-hitting defense, big offensive plays, and over-all . . . read more

Indians chop up Jackrabbits

Last Friday the Indian football team had a well earned win over the Tribune Jackrabbits. The Jackrabbits proved they were not a team to overlook this season. Both teams fought hard, but in the end the Indians won 38-0. . . . read more

Indians Defeat Jackrabbits in Tribune

The St. Francis Indians defeated the Greeley County Jackrabbits 38-0 on Friday night, September 7, in Tribune. The Indians played well most of the time, but also had moments of blunder in their victory. St. Francis fumbled the . . . read more

Indians Win First Home Game of the Season

Friday the Indians defeated the Wallace County Wildcats in the first game of the season on Greene Field. In the first quarter of the game the Indians scored two touchdowns making it 12-0. In the second quarter, the Indians made one more . . . read more

Indians Open with Victory Over Wallace County

The St. Francis Indian football team opened their 2018 season with a weather-shortened game against the Wallace County Wildcats. The game was won by the Indians, 28-0, with the game being called due to lightning early in the third period. . . . read more

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