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HS Football 8/30-31, Bauer Player of Week

IN HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FRIDAY 8/30, IROQUOIS WEST SHUT OUT EUREKA 19-0 TO EARN MATT WASILEWSKI HIS FIRST WIN AS RAIDER HEAD COACH.  AUSTIN ZIRKLE HAD 2 TOUCHDOWN RUNS, TRENTON MILLER WITH 1

MILFORD BEAT OAKLAND 33-6, WITH THE BEARCATS' QB JACOB MARQUEZ RUSHING FOR 132 YARDS AND 3 TD RUNS.

IN SATURDAY 8/31 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL GAMES RE-SCHEDULED FROM FRIDAY DUE TO LIGHTNING, THE CENTRAL COMETS' J.R. CASPARY PASSED FOR 278 YARDS AND 4 TOUCHDOWN PASSES TO LEAD THE COMETS TO A 35-14 WIN OVER THE PRAIRIE CENTRAL HAWKS.

WATSEKA LED ROBINSON 14-7 AT HALFTIME WHEN PLAY WAS HALTED FRIDAY, BUT ON SATURDAY NIGHT, ROBINSON ROARED BACK TO WIN 27-14.

OREGON TOOK OUT VISITING MOMENCE 28-21, DESPITE 3 TOUCHDOWN PASSES FROM AARON CANTWELL

IN OTHER SCORES SATURDAY, WILMINGTON SHUT OUT COAL CITY 22-0.....BRADLEY-BOURBONNAIS 26-THORNTON FRACTIONAL NORTH 20....KANKAKEE 46, SOLORIO ACADEMY 6.....BISHOP MCNAMARA 27, HALES FRANCISCAN 14......MANTENO 21, LISLE 20....PLANO 28, REED-CUSTER 7....HERSCHER 51, WESTMONT 12

IN INDIANA, THE SOUTH NEWTON REBELS PULL OUT A 33-31 WIN AT HOME OVER FRONTIER.
OTHER INDIANA SCORES:  RENSSELAER CENTRAL 56, N. NEWTON 20.....BENTON CENTRAL 47, SEEGER 9....N. WHITE 40, TRI-COUNTY 0.....W. CENTRAL 56, CASTON 20.....WINAMAC 34, PIONEER 8

THE FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK IN WATSEKA & CLIFTON PLAYER OF THE WEEK (ENDING 8/31/13) IS JUNIOR TAYLOR BAUER OF WATSEKA LADY WARRIOR VOLLEYBALL.

A KEY PART OF WATSEKA'S BACK TO BACK SECTIONAL TITLE TEAMS IN 2011 AND 2012, BAUER HAD AN IMPRESSIVE WEEK AT THE TIMBERWOLF TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT AT CISSNA PARK ALL LAST WEEK--LEADING HER TEAM TO WINS OVER DONOVAN, MILFORD, AND CENTRAL...THEN ON SATURDAY, LED HER CLUB TO CLINCH THE TOURNAMENT TITLE WITH WINS OVER FISHER AND ARMSTRONG-POTOMAC. THE LADY WARRIORS ARE NOW 6-0.