Sherrard 28, IVC 13: A big first half by Sherrard junior quarterback Clayton Bjustrom at Chillicothe gave the Tigers what they needed to earn their second win in three outings. Bjustrom threw for three touchdowns, two going to senior wideout Kent Keener, and junior running back Jake Coyne added a rushing score to stake Sherrard to a 28-0 halftime lead.
Orion 21, Monmouth-Roseville 18: After consecutive losses to open the season, the Orion Chargers cracked the win column Friday night at Monmouth's Sunny Lane Field as they nipped the Monmouth-Roseville Titans by a field goal. Mon-Rose also stands at 1-2 after the hard-luck loss.
West Central 30, Ridgewood 18: Bouncing back from last Friday's five-touchdown loss to Mercer County, the West Central Heat moved to 2-1 by holding off the Ridgewood Spartans at Metzger Field in Woodhull. Ridgewood and its first-year coach Brad Bevis remain in search of their first win, falling to 0-3.
Mid-County 30, West Prairie 12: Led by quarterback Conner Kelly, the Mid-County Cougars (1-2) captured their first Lincoln Trail Conference win of the season at Sciota. Kelly ran for one score and threw for another as the Cougars gradually took control. Robby Bush and Parker Wight added TDs for Mid-County, which had been outscored 92-0 in its two previous losses.
Morrison 20, Hall 6: After Landon Piccotto's third-quarter touchdown run got Spring Valley Hall back in contention at 14-6, Danny Willis scored from 17 yards out with 3:57 left in the game to ice the Morrison Mustangs' second win in three Big Rivers Conference game while denying the Red Devils (0-3) their first league victory. The trio of Willis, Alexander Volckmann and Brock Deter combined to rushed for 237 yards, with each scoring once.
Peru St. Bede 21, Kewanee 7: The St. Bede Bruins kept the Kewanee Boilermakers winless through the first third of the Big Rivers Conference schedule as they prevailed at KHS Stadium to earn their second win in three games. St. Bede quarterback Taggart Venegas fueled the Bruin attack with three touchdown passes.
Amboy-LaMoille 42, Fulton 30: Spencer Johnson was the captain of the Clippers' ship Friday night at the Harbor in Amboy. Johnson rushed for 233 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries as Amboy-LaMoille moved to 3-0 by outscoring Fulton (1-2) in a wild Big Rivers matchup. The Steamers trailed just 34-30 at halftime before Amboy scored a game-icing TD in the fourth period.
Newman 30, Bureau Valley 14: In a matchup between two of the three unbeaten teams in the Big Rivers Conference, it was Sterling Newman staying perfect as the Comets soared over Bureau Valley on their home turf at Roscoe Eades Stadium.
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