BISMARCK — The Bismarck-Henning football team started fast on Friday night and cruised to a 55-13 win over Hoopeston Area to stay unbeaten in the Vermilion Valley Conference.
The Blue Devils scored 33 of those points in the first quarter with two touchdown runs, two touchdown passes and a fumble recovery.
Patrick Ganley scored on a 1-yard run, Mo Abbed scored on a 49-yard run, Dylan Allen hit Dustyn Ingram for a 24-yard touchdown and Braedon Lappin-Pratt for a 15-yard score and Wilde Garowski scored on a fumble recovery in the end zone.
Dylan Dodd scored on a 11-yard run in the second for Bismarck-Henning, while Mitchell Harper scored on a 8-yard run in the third and Gage Foster scored on a 18-yard run.
The Cornjerkers scored both of their touchdowns in the fourth with a 5-yard run from Brant Ramos and a 21-yard pass from Ramos to Braedon Simon.
Foster ended up with 124 yards on nine carries for the Blue Devils, who had five runners go for 50 yards or more while Allen passed for 77 yards.
Cody Coon rushed for 53 yards while Ramos passed for 65 yards for Hoopeston Area, who are 0-5 and 0-4 in the VVC and will play Westville next week.
Bis-Henn is 7-0 and 5-0 in the VVC and will play Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman next week.
Westville 25, OAP 14
FITHIAN — Dalton Hilligoss had 167 yards rushing with three touchdowns as the Tigers got past the Comets.
Hilligoss scored on a 18, 8 and 4-yard touchdown runs for Westville while LaDavion Severado ended the scoring on a 30-yard scoring run.
Zach Horatschki had 104 yards rushing for Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac while Andrew Curley had 43 yards with a touchdown and Parker Lee had 30 yards rushing with a touchdown and passed for 154 yards.
The Comets are 1-6 and 1-3 in the VVC and will play Milford/Cissna Park next week while the Tigers are now 3-4 and 2-2 in the VVC.
Covington 16, Turkey Run 8
COVINGTON, Ind. — The Trojans rallied to get their first win of the season in Wabash River Conference action against Turkey Run.
Covington is now 1-7 and 1-5 in the WRC and will face Riverton Parke next week in its regular season finale.
West Lafayette 47, Seeger 16
WEST LEBANON, Ind. — The Patriots could not do much against the Red Devils in non-conference action.
The Patriots are 3-5 and will travel to North Vermillion next week in Wabash River Conference action.
PREP GIRLS TENNIS
Danville sweeps Big 12 doubles
BLOOMINGTON — All three Viking doubles teams were able to win titles in the first day of the Big 12 Championships.
The No. 1 doubles team of Rachael Lewis and Tyler Ellis, the No. 2 team of Amy Shah and Neha Patel and the No. 3 team of Katie Koebrich and Amanda Vadenboncoeur each defeated teams from Normal Community to get the titles.
“We lost to them on Monday and they won all the doubles,” Danville coach Mark Bacys said. “So it was good to learn from that and get the wins today.”
Singles action goes on today with six titles up for grabs. If the Vikings win at least two, they can clinch the conference title.
DACC announces Hall of Fame Class
DANVILLE — The Danville Area Community College Athletic Hall of Fame will have six new members introduced in a banquet on Dec. 7 at the Days Hotel at 6 p.m.
The class includes former Athletics Director and coach Ed Evemeyer, Danville Mayor Scott Eisenhauer, former DACC basketball start Rickey Watson, former women’s basketball and softball coach Kathy Kaler, former DACC baseball player Gaylin Pabst and the 1996 women’s cross-country team, which won the NJCAA Division II National Championship.