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Posted: Friday, October 4, 2013 11:05 pm | Updated: 11:42 pm, Fri Oct 4, 2013.

It was a game for the ages for Vianney all-state running back Markel Smith.

Washington gave Vianney all it could handle, but the Griffins prevailed Friday night at Washington High School, 48-41.

Smith, a senior who originally committed to play football at the University of Missouri, but later de-committed, carried the ball 40 times for a state-record 535 yards and scored seven touchdowns.

Smith has rushed for over 1,500 yards in six games this season.

“It’s always good to have a big game, but hat’s off to my team. I appreciate them. The O-line picked me up, held their blocks and I executed when I needed to,” Smith said. “I want to tip my hat to Washington. It was a great game. I love games like this.”

Not to be overlooked was Washington senior running back Kyle Summers, who rushed for 229 yards on 21 carries and scored one touchdown.

It was a game of big plays at Scanlan Stadium.

In the end, Vianney rode the back of Smith in knocking off the Blue Jays.

In something that is seldom seen in football, both teams scored on their first play from scrimmage.

Washington (2-4) got the scoreboard first by reaching into its bag of tricks, something former coach Joel Wells (now at Kickapoo) did on the first play on nearly a regular basis.

Quarterback Isaac Lippert tossed a quick screen pass to his left to Austin Finder, who then fired a long pass downfield to a wide-open Michael Wadlow that went for a 67-yard touchdown to make the score 7-0 just 17 seconds into the game.

The Griffins came right back and scored on their first play on a 65-yard touchdown run by Smith, which tied the game 7-7 just 33 seconds into the contest.

The big plays continued by both teams.

Five of the six touchdowns in the first half went for 46 yards or more.

Washington grabbed a 14-7 lead with 4:48 remaining in the first half when Lippert tossed an 85-yard touchdown pass to Seth Bollmann, who took a middle screen and used his speed to outrun the Griffin defenders.

Vianney (4-2) scored the next three touchdowns to grab a 26-14 advantage.

All three scores were by Smith, who had runs of 75, 46 and four yards.

The Blue Jays pulled to within 26-21 with 2:32 left in the second quarter on another middle screen pass from Lippert to Bollmann than went for an 11-yard touchdown reception.

Vianney led Washington at halftime, 26-21.

The Blue Jays grabbed a 27-26 lead with 5:04 left in the third quarter on a one-yard touchdown run by Kyle Summers.

The Griffins came back on a 65-yard touchdown run by Smith with 4:50 remaining in the third quarter to grab a 34-27 advantage.

Vianney led 34-27 after three quarters.

Both teams scored 14 points in the fourth quarter.

Washington tied the game 34-34 with 8:48 left in the fourth quarter on a five-yard touchdown pass from Lippert to Caleb Curran.

Smith then answered with touchdown runs of 31 and 21 yards. Vianney led 48-34 with 2:03 left.

Bollmann returned a kickoff 90 yards for a score to make the score 48-41 with 1:49 remaining.

The Blue Jays then attempted an onside quick, which was recovered by Vianney.

Washington’s Lippert tossed three touchdown passes, two to Bollmann and one to Lippert.

Bollmann scored three touchdowns on the night.

Vianney lost the ball on fumbles three times inside the Washington 15-yard line.

Washington, 0-2 in the GAC Central, returns to conference action Friday, Oct. 11, at home against Ft. Zumwalt North.

Vianney 14-12-8-14=48

Washington 14-7-6-14=41

First Quarter

W-Michael Wadlow 67 pass from Austin Finder (Aaron Meyer kick), 11:43

V-Markel Smith 65 run (Kevin Reilly kick), 11:27

W-Seth Bollmann 85 pass from Isaac Lippert (Meyer kick), 4:48

V-Smith 75 run (Reilly kick), 4:26

Second Quarter

V-Smith 46 run (kick failed), 11:09

V-Smith 4 run (pass failed), 6:59

W-Bollmann 11 pass from Lippert (Meyer kick), 2:32

Third Quarter

W-Kyle Summers 1 run (run failed), 5:04

V-Smith 65 run (Smith run), 4:50

Fourth Quarter

W-Caleb Curran 5 pass from Lippert (Meyer kick), 8:48

V-Smith 31 run (Reilly kick), 5:43

V-Smith 21 run (Reilly kick), 2:03

W-Bollmann 90 kickoff return (Meyer kick), 1:49

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Area Scoreboard

Football

Friday, Aug. 22

Washington 26, St. Clair 21

Borgia 48, Owensville 12

Parkway West 49, Union 39

Pacific 28, De Soto 20

Park Hills Central 34, Sullivan 27

St. James 12, Cuba 6

Hermann 61, Montgomery Co 12

Warrenton 26, St. Dominic 23

Trinity 28, Wright City 24

Friday, Aug. 29

Sullivan 30, Washington 8

Borgia 56, Union 13

Ozark 41, St. Clair 0

Potosi 34, Pacific 13

Hermann 54, Cuba 12

Blair Oaks 42, Owensville 0

St. James 36, Houston 18

Warrenton 28, Troy 0

Orchard Farm 36, Wright City 18

Volleyball

Tuesday, Aug. 26

Potosi def. Union, 18-25, 25-18, 25-15

Francis Howell C def. Washington, 25-19, 25-22

Farmington def. Pacific, 25-23, 22-25, 25-8

New Haven at Cuba    5:30 p.m.

Owensville at Bourbon    5:30 p.m.

St. James at Salem    5:30 p.m.

Borgia def. Cardinal Ritter, 25-3, 25-3

Wednesday, Aug. 27

ECC def. Central Methodist JV, 25-12, 25-14, 25-15

Thursday, Aug. 28

Potosi at St. Clair    4:30 p.m.

*Borgia def. Notre Dame, 25-15, 25-8

*Washington def. Ft. Zumwalt South

Union def. Battle, 25-17, 25-11

Pacific def. Seckman, 25-17, 20-25, 30-28

Hermann at Jefferson City    5:30 p.m.

Belle at New Haven    5:30 p.m.

Linn at Owensville    6 p.m.

Friday, Aug. 29

Mississippi Valley at Crosspoint    5 p.m.

Softball

Saturday, Aug. 23

Union Tournament

Union Sports Complex

G1 Washington 21, St. Clair 0

G2 Pacific 15, Liberty 3

G3 Farmington 15, Union 0

G4 Park Hills Central 4, Borgia 2

G5 Liberty 6, St. Clair 5

G6 Union 9, Borgia 2

G7 Washington 5, Pacific 4

G8 Farmington 5, Park Hills Central 2

Consolation — Union vs. Liberty Postponed due to heat

Seventh Place — Borgia 16, St. Clair 0

Championship — Farmington 5, Washington 0

Third Place — Park Hills Central 7, Pacific 6

Monday, Aug. 25

*Borgia 5, Notre Dame 4 (8 innings)

Union 14, Rolla 7

New Haven at Cuba    4:30 p.m.

St. James at Salem    4:30 p.m.

Belle at Owensville    5 p.m.

Sullivan at Westminster Tny    TBA

Tuesday, Aug. 26

*Ft. Zumwalt S 5, Washington 2

Warrenton 4, Union 3

Duchesne 10, Pacific 5

Steelville at Owensville    4:30 p.m.

Vienna at St. James    4:30 p.m.

Wright City 6, St. Clair 2

New Bloomfield at New Haven    5 p.m.

Hermann at Montgomery Co    5 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 27

Borgia at Pacific, PPD to Sept. 5

Thursday, Aug. 28

St. Clair 3, Borgia 2

*Ft. Zumwalt N at Washingto, PPD

Bourbon at Hermann    4:30 p.m.

Owensville at Linn    4:30 p.m.

Friday, Aug. 29

Pacific at Lutheran South    4:15 p.m.

New Haven at Wellsville    4:30 p.m.

Belle at St. James    4:30 p.m.

Washington at Battle Tny    TBA

Saturday, Aug. 30

Washington at Battle Tny    TBA

Boys Soccer

Tuesday, Aug. 26

*Union 1, St. James 0

Fredericktown 4, St. Clair 1

Pacific 2, Hillsboro 0

Sullivan at SLUH    5 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 27

Borgia at Union, PPD

Thursday, Aug. 28

Union at De Soto    5 p.m.

Pacific at North County    5 p.m.

*St. James at Sullivan    5 p.m.

*St. Mary’s 4, Borgia 0

Friday, Aug. 29

Mississippi Valley at Crosspoint    4:30 p.m.

ECC at McKendree JV    7 p.m.

#Washington at Francis Howell North, 4:15 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 30

Washington at Pky W/Northwest Tny    TBA

Cross Country

Friday, Aug. 22

Sullivan at Fleet Feet Inv    4 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 28

Borgia at Parkway Central Inv    TBA

Friday, Aug. 29

St. Clair at First Capitol Inv    4 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 30

Washington at Lafayette Inv    9 a.m.

Girls Golf

Monday, Aug. 25

Borgia 215, Washington 241

Thursday, Aug. 28

Borgia 280, Lutheran St. Charles 284, Washington 292

Boys Swimming

Friday, Aug. 29

Borgia, Washington at Ft. Zumwalt E Inv    3:30 p.m.

*Conference Games

@Fort Scott Tournament

#Parkway West/Northwest Tournament

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