Roundup: Fieldcrest falls in shootout

Sophomore quarterback Koltin Kearfott completed 24 of 41 passes for 386 yards and four touchdowns as the Fieldcrest football team lost, 51-40, to Fisher in a Heart of Illinois Conference crossover Friday in Minonk.

Landon Modro caught 13 passes for 247 yards for the Knights (0-3).

Kewanee 51, St. Bede 27

Playing from behind for the second straight week, St. Bede ran into a Kewanee team with all the answers Friday, losing, 51-27, in a Three Rivers Conference East Division game at Kewanee Stadium.

The Bruins (2-1, 0-1 TRC East) surrendered the first 14 points of the game, although a 5-yard touchdown run by Tyreke Fortney and a 23-yard scoring run by John Brady kept the visitors in the hunt in the first half.

Trailing, 30-14, at halftime, St. Bede forced a turnover on downs on its own 1-yard line and marched 99 yards to score on Brady’s 25-yard pass to Fortney, but the 2-point conversion attempt was no good and the Boilermakers (3-0, 1-0) delivered the knockout blow with an 80-yard kickoff return touchdown by Keyontiss Patterson and a 37-yard interception return TD by Brady Clark in a 13-second span.

Brady ran 20 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns and completed 5 of 13 passes for 93 yards with three interceptions. Fortney, who has scored eight times in the Bruins’ first three games, caught four passes for 74 yards.

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Princeton 49, Hall 20

The Tigers put up 49 points by halftime en route to a big victory over rival Hall on Friday at Nesti Stadium in Spring Valley. Princeton quarterback Teegan Davis scored on an 18-run less than a minute and half into the game after the Tigers recovered a Hall fumble on the game’s opening kickoff. Davis ran for second touchdown (11 yards) and passed for another, a 46-yard strike to Bennet Sierens to make it 49-0 at halftime. Augie Christiansen added two touchdown runs and Logan Glancy and Andrew Peacock had one each, all in the first half. Hall scored three touchdowns in the second half with a running clock against Princeton’s second string/F-S defense. The Tigers improved to 3-0, 1-0 in the Three Rivers East with Hall falling to 0-3, 0-1.

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Polo 36, Amboy-LaMoille 28

Tucker Lindenmeyer ran for 133 yards and a touchdown and threw for 40 yards and a score as the Clippers came up short against the No. 3-ranked Marcos on Friday in Amboy.

Jorden Gulley returned a kickoff 65 yards for a TD for the Clippers (1-2), while Joe Quest scored on a 1-yard run.


Earlville def. St. Bede, 25-15, 25-10

Brynn Guelde had seven kills and two aces Friday to lead the Red Raiders to a nonconference victory in Earlville.

Emma Benson had 17 assists for Earlville (9-2), while Elizabeth Browder added four kills.”