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---- — MARSHALL, Ind. — The Fountain Central football team scored early and often against Turkey Run before the game was called in because of lightning in the third quarter with the Mustangs getting the 47-6 win.
Koby Pierce was 5-of-6 for 172 yards and four touchdown passes for Fountain Central with two TD passes to Ethan Woodrow, and one TD pass each to Trevor Loveall and Jaren Oakley.
On the ground, Jared Fishero, Daniel Harrison and Collin Strange each scored touchdowns. The Mustangs defense held the Warriors to -37 yards rushing.
The Mustangs are 2-0 and will host Riverton Parke next week.
Milford/Cissna Park 33 Tri-County 6
OAKLAND — Jacob Marquez had 132 yards rushing and three touchdowns as the Bearcats started the season with a non-conference win over Tri-County.
Devon Laubuscher had 90 yards rushing with two touchdowns for Milford/Cissna Park, who will host Iroquois West next week.
Geo-RF/Chrisman 48 Decatur Lutheran 0
GEORGETOWN — The Buffaloes showed no mercy in their opener, shutting out Decatur Lutheran at home.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman will stay at home next week to play Tri-County.
Villa Grove 46, Westville 29
VILLA GROVE — The Tigers could not get past Villa Grove in their season opener.
Westville will return home to try to get their first win of the season next week against Cerro Gordo.
PREP BOYS GOLF
Devils, Vikings play in Central Invite
CHAMPAIGN — Andy Bott finished in a tie for fifth with a score of 76 as Bismarck-Henning ended up 13th in the Champaign Central Invitational.
Noah Campbell had a 83 for the Blue Devils while David Warren had a 86 and Logan Reifsteck carded a 93.
Danville finished in a tie for 17th with Joliet Catholic with a 354. Reed Krynski led the way for the Vikings with a 86, while Christian Montgomery had a 88, Brad Taylor had a 89 and Jon Brinkley added a 91.
PREP BOYS SOCCER
Danville 1 Lincoln-Way Central 1
BOURBONNAIS — An own goal was how Danville scored in the Bradley-Bourbonnais Tournament, but they would still advance past Lincoln-Way Central by a coin flip.
After a corner kick by Danville’s Luis Rubio deflected off a LWC defender into the net, the Vikings tried to get the winning goal but could not before the game was suspended because of lightning. With options low, both coaches agreed to a coin flip to see who would advance, which Danville won.
The Vikings are 0-1-1 and will play host Bradley-Bourbonnais today in the semifinals.
Illinois Central 2 First Baptist 0
DANVILLE — Hannah Wells had six kills, seven assists and two aces but it was not enough as the Knights lost their season opener 25-22, 25-21 to Illinois Central Baptist.
Mattie Bumpus had six kills and Kaylie Garver added eight digs for First Baptist, who will host DeLand Weldon on Tuesday.