At Georgetown on Friday night, the Seneca Fighting Irish got in the win column.
In their final Vermilion Valley Football Alliance crossover game of the season, Seneca (1-3) dominated host Georgetown-Ridge Farm 63-6, leading 28-0 after one quarter and 56-0 by halftime.
It took just 17 seconds for Seneca to open the scoring on a 60-yard run from Collin Wright, the start of a 403-yard rushing performance for the Irish as a team led by Wright (79 yards, 1 TD), Nathan Grant (78, 3 TDs) and Dominic Griffin (75, 2 TDs).
Zack Sulzberger, Asher Hamby and Brock Moore also added rushing touchdowns, with Hamby and Wright on the other side each recording two tackles for loss.
Seneca will be home next Friday against Iroquois West.
Eureka 41, Fieldcrest 0: At Minonk, the host Knights relinquished the Veterans Cup trophy after suffering the Heart of Illinois Conference shutout.
Koltin Kearfott completed 17-of-31 passes for 167 yards. Eddie Lorton caught eight of those completions for 76 yards, with Logan Halley adding seven catches for 60 yards.
Fieldcrest is now 0-4 heading into a Week 5 visit to LeRoy.
FCW 34, Milford-Cissna Park 28: At Flanagan-Cornell’s homecoming, host Flanagan-Cornell/Woodland avenged an Illinois 8-Man Football Association playoff loss from 2019 by edging the Bearcats to improve to 3-1 on the season.
Milford-Cissna Park led early, but FCW led 28-22 both at halftime and at the end of the third quarter, with quarterback Dallas Hamilton’s 2-yard touchdown run with 7:58 remaining the clincher.
Hamilton finished 10-of-11 passing for 164 yards and a 31-yard touchdown to Sam Jones (five catches, 94 yards). Chris Stasko (81 yards rushing, two TDs) and Jesse Simpson (76 yards) led the ground attack. Will Weber notched two TFLs.
The Falcons will host their second straight homecoming game next Friday, inviting Polo to the Wood Shed in rural Streator.
Earlville 7, Mooseheart 0: Diego Vazquez had two goals and three assists, Bryar Keller had two goals, Griffin Cook had a goal and a trio of assists, Ryan Browder had one goal and one assist, and Trenton Fruit scored one goal for the victorious Red Raiders.
Newark-Seneca 7, Sandwich 5: The Norsemen recorded the non-conference win, wled by Angel Fernandez’s four-goal performance. Adiran Lleshi added two goals, with Angel Pedroza also finding the net.