High School Football Playoff Schedule – Round 2 – 11/4/2022


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Kickoff times are subject to change. Please check the official brackets for updates from the KSHSAA website.

6A Football
Burrton at Wetmore – Fri. 6 PM
Deerfield at Northern Valley – Fri. 7 PM
Golden Plains at Ashland – Fri. 7 PM
Greeley Co. at Ingalls – Fri. 6 PM
Moscow at Bird City-Cheylin – Fri. 6 PM
Natoma at Cunningham – Fri. 7 PM
Pawnee Heights at Waverly – Fri. 6 PM
Peabody-Burns at Tescott – Fri. 7 PM

8-Man Division II
Bucklin at Wallace Co. – Fri. 6 PM
Central Christian at Axtell – Fri. 6 PM
Colony-Crest at Osborne – Fri. 6 PM
Frankfort at Lebo – Fri. 7 PM
Hanover at Canton-Galva – Fri. 7 PM
Hodgeman Co. at Thunder Ridge – Fri. 6 PM
Minneola at Victoria – Fri. 6 PM
Sylvan-Lucas at Dighton – Fri. 7 PM

8-Man Division I
Chase Co. at South Sumner – Fri. 7 PM
Hoxie at Wichita Co. – Fri. 7 PM
Lyndon at Moundridge – Fri. 7 PM
Madison-Hamilton at Little River – Fri. 7 PM
Quinter at Meade – Fri. 6 PM
Rawlins Co. at Macksville – Fri. 6 PM
Trego Community at Hill City – Fri. 7 PM
Wichita Independent at Burlingame – Fri. 7 PM

Inman at Oakley – Fri. 7 PM
Jayhawk Linn at St. Mary’s Colgan – Fri. 7 PM
Jefferson Co. North at Centralia – Fri. 7 PM
Marion at Wabaunsee – Fri. 7 PM
Plainville at Conway Springs – Fri. 7 PM
Pleasanton at Olpe – Fri. 7 PM
Smith Center at Sedgwick – Fri. 7 PM
Troy at St. Mary’s – Fri. 7 PM

Chaparral at SE of Saline – Fri. 7 PM
Council Grove at Caney Valley – Fri. 7 PM
Ellsworth at Kingman – Fri. 7 PM
Humboldt at Osage City – Fri. 7 PM
Norton at Beloit – Fri. 7 PM
Rossville at Nemaha Central – Fri. 7 PM
Russell at Hoisington – Fri. 7 PM
Sabetha at Riley Co. – Fri. 7 PM

Cheney at Scott Community – Fri. 6 PM
Clay Center at Wichita Collegiate – Fri. 7 PM
Columbus at Galena – Fri. 7 PM
Frontenac at Girard – Fri. 7 PM
Hesston at Rock Creek – Fri. 7 PM
KC Bishop Ward at Holton – Fri. 7 PM
Pratt at Andale – Fri. 7 PM
Topeka Hayden at Wellsville – Fri. 7 PM

Arkansas City at McPherson – Fri. 7 PM
Bishop Miege at Eudora – Fri. 7 PM
Coffeyville Field Kindley at Towanda-Circle – Fri. 7 PM
KC Piper at Chanute – Fri. 7 PM
Rose Hill at Wamego – Fri. 7 PM
St. James Academy at Atchison – Fri. 7 PM
St. Thomas Aquinas at Louisburg – Fri. 7 PM
Winfield at Andover Central – Fri. 7 PM

Bishop Carroll at Hutchinson – Fri. 7 PM
Emporia at Blue Valley Southwest – Fri. 7 PM
Great Bend at Salina Central – Fri. 7 PM
Kapaun Mount Carmel at Maize – Fri. 7 PM
Pittsburg vs. KC Sumner Academy (@ Schlagle HS) – Fri. 7 PM
Shawnee Heights at Mill Valley – Fri. 7 PM
Spring Hill at De Soto – Fri. 7 PM
Valley Center at Hays (FHSU) – Fri. 7 PM

Blue Valley at Olathe West (@CBAC) – Fri. 7 PM
Blue Valley Northwest at Gardner Edgerton – Fri. 7 PM
Blue Valley West at Olathe North (@ODAC) – Fri. 7 PM
Junction City at Wichita Northwest – Fri. 7 PM
Lawrence at Derby – Fri. 7 PM
Olathe Northwest at Olathe South (@ODAC) – Thu. 7 PM
Washburn Rural at Garden City – Fri. 7 PM
Wichita East at Manhattan – Fri. 7 PM

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Derek Nester was born and raised in Blue Rapids and graduated from Valley Heights High School in 2000. He attended Cowley College in Arkansas City and Johnson County Community College in Overland Park studying Journalism & Media Communications. In 2002 Derek joined Taylor Communications, Inc. in Salina, Kansas working in digital media for 550 AM KFRM and 100.9 FM KCLY. Following that stop, he joined Dierking Communications, Inc. stations KNDY AM & FM as a board operator and fill-in sports play-by-play announcer. Starting in 2005 Derek joined the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network as a Studio Coordinator at 101 The Fox in Kansas City, a role he would serve for 15 years culminating in the Super Bowl LIV Championship game broadcast. In 2021 he moved to Audacy, formerly known as Entercom Communications, Inc. and 106.5 The Wolf and 610 Sports Radio, the new flagship stations of the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network, the largest radio network in the NFL. Through all of this, Derek continues to serve as the Digital Media Director for Sunflower State Radio, the digital and social media operations of Dierking Communications, Inc. and the 6 radio stations it owns and operates across Kansas.

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