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September 1, 2013

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At Fred Carlton Field, Bloomington

Bloomington 55, Danville 50

Danville 14 22 0 14 — 50

Bloomington 0 19 6 30 — 55

First quarter

Danville — Trent Sherfield 3-yard run (kick blocked), 2:40.

Danville — Sherfield 13-yard run (Chris Collier pass from Sherfield), 1:37.

Second quarter

Danville — Collier 80-yard pass from Sherfield (run failed), 11:41.

Bloomington — Christian Neal 62-yard pass from Jake Romani (Josh Secord kick), 10:32.

Danville — Collier 38-yard pass from Sherfield (Sherfield run), 7:06

Bloomington — Kendrick Cooley 82-yard kickoff return (kick failed), 6:52.

Bloomington — Nick Ware 28-yard pass from Romani (pass failed), 3:38.

Danville — Collier 4-yard pass from Sherfield (Sherfield run), 0:00

Third quarter

Bloomington — Cooley 11-yard run (kick failed), 6:23.

Fourth quarter

Bloomington — Romani 4-yard run (run failed), 11:27.

Blooomington — Cooley 5-yard run (Theo Eddins pass from Romani), 6:49.

Danville — Sherfield 19-yard run (Sherfield run), 5:08.

Bloomington — Cooley 47-yard run (Austin Weltha pass from Romani), 4:20.

Danville — Sherfield 2-yard run (pass failed), 1:58.

Bloomington — Cooley 60-yard pass from Romani (Romani run), :24.

Danville Bloomington

First downs 23 14

Rushes-yards 42-197 21-110

Passing yards 315 300

Total offense 512 410

Comp-Att-Int 9-22-3 17-29-0

Kickoff returns 9-192 7-149

Punt returns 1-12 0-0

Interception returns 0-0 3-69

Fumble returns 1-0 0-0

Punts-Avg. 3-16.7 2-45.5

Fumbles-lost 3-0 1-1

Penalties-yards 9-44 5-45

Time of possession 29:44 18:16

Individual statistics

Rushing — Danville: Trent Sherfield 26-132, Chris Collier 15-65. Bloomington: Kendrick Cooley 11-101, Kendall Johnson 4-16, Christian Neal 3-4, Jake Romani 3 (-11).

Passing — Danville: Sherfield 9-22-3 315 yards; Bloomington: Romani 17-29-0 300 yards.

Receiving — Danville: Collier 8-289, Hoey Watson 1-26; Bloomington: Cooley 6-122, Austin Weltha 4-56, Theo Eddins 2-16, Coree Harrell 2-10, Christian Neal 1-62, Nick Ware 1-28.

Kickoff returns — Danville: Collier 7-137, Sherfield 1-30, Jeff Dye 1-25; Bloomington: Neal 3-43, Weltha 2-20, Cooley 1-82, Phoenix Bauer 1-4.

Interception returns — Bloomington: Telly Arrington 2-46, Devon Roberts 1-23.

Fumble returns — Danville: Tyvon Cooper 1-0.

Punting — Danville: Sherfield 3 punts, 50 yards, 16.7 average; Bloomington: Weltha 2 punts, 91 yards, 45.5 average

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At Sidell

Salt Fork 30, Arcola 0

Arcola 0 0 0 x — 0

Salt Fork 7 16 7 x — 30

First quarter

SF — Taylor Kirby 9-yard run (Austin Ringis kick)

Second quarter

SF — Safety, Tyler Johnson tackled the Arcola quarterback in the end zone

SF — Nick Hedges 37-yard pass from Jacob Hughes (kick failed)

SF — Kirby 37-yard run (Garrett McFadden pass from Colton Fauver)

Third quarterw

SF — Hughes 1-yard run (Ringis kick)

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