Amboy beat the top-ranked team in the state in 8-man football, West Central, 60-14 on Friday night at The Harbor.
The Clippers got 20 points in the first quarter and 32 in the second to jump out to a 52-8 halftime lead.
Kye Koch rushed five times for 181 yards and three touchdowns. Tucker Lindenmeyer had six carries for 107 yards and two touchdowns. Dylan Daniels had two touchdowns and ran in a pair of two-point conversions. Jordan Gulley added a touchdown run.
Lindenmeyer also completed all three passes he attempted, two to Brennan Blaine for 31 yards and one to Caden Wittenauer for 46 yards.
Winnebago 35, Oregon 6: Winnebago scored 28 first-half points in a win over the Hawks.
Erie-Prophetstown 50, Rockridge 48: After scoring 27 points total the first two weeks of the season, the Panthers offense showed up in a big way for the second week in a row in Week 4, and needed all of it to improve to 2-2.
Durand-Pecatonica 50, Eastland-Pearl City 8: The Rivermen scored the first 42 points in a win over the Wildcatz.
Maddux Hayden got Eastland-Pearl City on the board with a touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
Kellen Henze was 5-for-9 passing for 38 yards. Cody Cole led the way with 51 rushing yards on 14 carries.
Forreston 52, Dakota 6: After the teams traded scores in the first quarter, the Cardinals rolled off 44 unanswered points for the NUIC win.
Matthew Beltran had touchdown runs of 4, 2, 14, 9 and 66 yards to finish with 148 yards on 17 carries. McKeon Crase added 116 yards on 11 rushes.
Forreston’s defense held Dakota to 90 yards of total offense.
Milledgeville 60, Blue Ridge 8: The Missiles needed less than two quarters of football to put up 54 points in a win over Blue Ridge in Farmer City.
Ashton Nobis ran for 92 yards and two touchdowns, and also caught one of Connor Nye’s three TD passes. Nye also ran for a score, as did Kacen Johnson and Kolton Wilk. Bryce Aude and Kieren Harris caught Nye’s other two scoring strikes.
Milledgeville, which scored 22 points in the first quarter and 32 in the second, amassed just 271 total yards – 190 rushing and 81 passing – because it took over on a short field most of the game, after Blue Ridge attempted only one punt; that came after the first series, and ended up with the snap over the punter’s head.