The Commercial-News, Danville, IL


November 3, 2013

Saturday's Local scores


Interception returns	2-0	2-50

Fumble returns	2-0	2-0

Punts-Avg.	1-37.0	3-32.7

Fumbles-lost	3-2	6-2

Penalties-yards	3-25	2-15

Time of possession	24:17	23:43

Individual statistics

Rushing — Fountain Central: Daniel Harrison 20-194, Jared Fishero 16-72, Koby Pierce 5-13, Collin Strange 2-15, TEAM 3-(-6). North Central: Dillon Bailey 24-68, Chase VanSchoyck 16-152, Ben Lewis 1-6, Logan Berg 1-3, Anthony Risley 1-3, Nick Stucker 1-(-1).

Passing — Fountain Central: Pierce 7-9-2, 147 yards. North Central: Bailey 2-14-2, 22 yards

Receiving — Fountain Central: Ethan Woodrow 3-43, Strange 2-86, Trevor Loveall 2-18. North Central: VanSchoyck 2-22.

Kickoff returns — Fountain Central: Loveall 2-20, Fishero 1-18. North Central: Romeo Risley 2-12, Ian McCombs 2-9.

Punt returns — none.

Interception returns — Fountain Central: Loveall 2-0. North Central: Bailey 1-39, Lewis 1-11.

Fumble returns — Fountain Central: Fishero 1-0, Clayton McGrady 1-0. North Central: A.Risley 1-0, Alek Copeland 1-0.

Punting — Fountain Central: Pierce 1 punt, 37 yards, 37.0 average. North Central: Bailey 3 punts, 98 yards, 32.7 average.


At Hickory Point Golf Course, Forsyth

IHSA Class 2A Sectional

Team scores — 1. Mahomet-Seymour 60, 2. Springfield High 93; 3. Mascoutah 164; 4. Waterloo 166; 5. Chatham Glenwood 171; 6. Champaign Central 189; 7. Taylorville 198; 8. Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin 201; 9. Mount Vernon 232; 10. Charleston 288; 11. Troy Triad 294; 12. Champaign Centennial 301; 13. Danville 311. Top five teams advance to State.

Individuals (3.01 miles) — 1. Johnny Leverenz (Danville) 14:52; 2. Murphy Affolder (Mascoutah) 15:20; 3. Noah Affolder (Mascoutah) 15:21; 4. Alex Keeble (Mahomet-Seymour) 15:24; 5. Tyler Owens (Springfield) 15:24.

Danville (311) — 1. Leverenz 14:52; 42. Carl Way 16:28; 88. Jeremiah Cooley 17:06; 89. Tommy Session 17:06; 115. Tyler Huckelberry 17:34; 122. Nathan Beckett 17:45; 131. Josh King 18:14. Leverenz advances to state.


At Hickory Point Golf Course, Forsyth

IHSA Class 1A Sectional

Team scores — 1. Monticello 93; 2. Tolono Unity 97; 3. Shelbyville 125; 4. St. Joseph-Ogden 156; 5. Urbana University 161; 6. Champaign St. Thomas More 174; 7. Paxton-Buckley-Loda 195; 8. Mt. Zion 208; 9. Olney East Richland 292; 10. Heyworth 306; 11. Robinson 347; 12. Teutopolis 356. Top five teams advance to state

Individuals (3.01 miles) — 1. Jon Davis (Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac) 14:46; 2. Nick Hess (St. Thomas More) 14:55; 3. Eric Ponder (Tuscola) 15:07; 4. Curtis Reed (Mt. Zion) 15:19; 5. Cade Martens (Heyworth) 15:33.

Oakwood/A-P — 1. Davis 14:46. Davis advances to state.

Chrisman — 71. Colton Wyatt 17:12; 72. Wyatt Avenatti 17:12.



At Hickory Point Golf Course, Forsyth

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