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9/13 HS Football; Frerichs Player of Week

Bloom 27, Kankakee 20 – (KAN) Joseph Jordan 2 TD passes, TD run
Mt. Carmel 42, Bishop McNamara 0 – (BM) Jonathan Ward 43 yds rushing, left with concussion
Bradley-Bourbonnais 27, Lincoln-Way Central 14 – (BB) L.J. Harris 2 TD runs
Peotone 44, Herscher 14 – (PEO) Jake Rapson 203 yds rushing, 4 TD runs. Brandon Wenzel, Adam Marganski each with 2 TD passes
Manteno 22, Coal City 21 – (MAN) Ethan Kaufman 2 TD passes, Tucker Presler GW 2-point conversion
Reed-Custer 35, Dwight 2 – (RC) Mark Harper 289 yds passing, 4 TD passes, TD run
Wilmington 42, Westmont 12 – (WIL) Alex Zlomie 2 TD runs
Central 62, Paris 0 – The #4 team in IL Class 2A goes to 3-0
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 20, Iroquois West 0 – (IW) Austin Zirkle 57 rushing yds, Jacob Schroeder 57 receiving yards.
St. Joseph-Ogden 41, Momence 15 – (MOM) Leanthony Reasnover 15 car/123 yards, 65 yd TD run
St. Thomas More 20, Watseka 8 - (STM) Storm Joop 222 all purpose yards, TD. Josh Parker 210 yards rushing, 2 TDs. (WAT) Cole Davenport TD pass to Cam Eades
Bismarck-Henning 17, Milford-Cissna Park 15 – (BH) Dalton Duncan 30 yd FG with :17 left in game to win. (MCP) Jacob Marquez, 222 all purpose yards, 54 yd TD run

In Indiana: Winamac 59, S. Newton 6 – John Dafcik hit Skylar Sanders for 20 yd TD pass in 2nd quarter for only Rebel score. -
Other Indiana scores: W. Lafayette 51, Benton Central 14....Wheeler 36, N. Newton 14.....W. Central 60, N. White 28....Tri-County 36, Frontier 16.....Pioneer 62, Caston 28

THE FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK IN WATSEKA & CLIFTON PLAYER OF THE WEEK (ENDING 9/14/13) IS SENIOR NOAH FRERICHS OF THE CENTRAL COMETS.
KNOWN FOR MAKING A VARIETY OF EXCITING PLAYS ON OFFENSE AND DEFENSE, NOAH WAS A HUGE PART OF LAST YEAR'S 2A SEMI-STATE APPEARANCE, AND THIS YEAR'S 3-0 START FOR CENTRAL. IN A WEEK 1 WIN OVER PRAIRIE CENTRAL, HE HAD 4 CATCHES FOR 79 YARDS, INCLUDING A 54-YARD TD CATCH. THEN IN A WEEK 2 WIN OVER SALEM, HE HAD 4 CATCHES FOR 135 RECEIVING YARDS, INCLUDING TOUCHDOWN CATCHES OF 3 AND 90 YARDS.

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Watseka Homecoming : Inspiration Award Winners for 2013

The 2013 Watseka Community High School Inspiration Award recipients are being honored this week. The 103rd Annual WCHS Alumni Reunion and Banquet is Saturday, September 14th.

The 2013 honorees include: Athletic winners Victor Sampson, Bruce Sullivan, and the 1962-63 Men's Warrior "Sweet 16" Basketball Team. The Academic recipient is David Bergstrom.

The awards will be given out during the 103rd Annual WCHS Alumni Reunion and Banquet Saturday. The honorees will also be recognized during the Homecoming Football game Friday evening when the Warriors host St Thomas More.

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9/6-7 HS football; Laubscher Player of Week

Milford-Cissna Park 20, Iroquois West 7 – (MCP) Devon Laubscher 15 carries/110 yards, 2 TD runs. Jacob Marquez 12/91 rushing. (IW) Logan Anderson 1 TD run

Manteno 28, Reed-Custer 20 – (MAN) Ethan Kaufman 140 yds passing, 2 TD passes. (RC) Mark Harper 18/33, 275 yards passing, 3 TD passes.

Lisle 23, Herscher 14 – (HER) Brendan Powell 108 yards passing, 1 TD run. Blake Patchett 1 TD pass to Dean Johnson. Lisle put the game away with a 30-yard FG with just over three minutes to go.

Seneca 12, Peotone 7 – (PEO) 3 fumbles, 2 INTs. Brandon Wenzel was 7 for 21 with 86 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. Jake Rapson led the rushing attack for the Blue Devils (1-1) with 60 yards.

Coal City 42, Dwight 0 – (CC) Brennen Shetina had three touchdowns, two passing and one rushing to lead the Coalers (2-0). Kasey Kaiser had six catches for 89 yards and two for touchdowns.

Momence 41, Chicago Christian 7 – (MOM) Aaron Cantwell 197 yards passing, 3 TD passes, Blake Lawrence 2 TDs, 57 receiving yards. The Momence defense held Chicago Christian to 13 rushing yards on 25 carries.

Paris 14, Watseka 8 – (WAT) Cole Davenport 141 yards passing, 10 completions, 1 TD run. T.J. Maitland 132 yards rushing.

SATURDAY: Central 49, Salem 0 – (CEN) QB J.R. Caspary 9 of 15, 204 yds passing, 3 TD passes. Logan Podowicz 3 INT's, one of them returned 83 yards for a TD. Chris Garcia 1 TD run and 1 TD catch. Noah Frerichs 2 TD catches.

In Indiana: Pioneer 66, S. Newton 28 - Justin Mersch and Sam Kiser each ran for three touchdowns to give Pioneer their first victory of the season. John Dafcik threw touchdown passes to Sam Applegate, Trever Lowe and Skylar Sanders and ran for a score for South Newton (1-2).
Other Indiana scores: Caston 21, Frontier 14.....W. Central 60, Tri-County 8......Winamac 56, N. White 0.....Tipton 65, Benton Central 14.....Calumet 42, N. Newton 35

THE FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK IN WATSEKA & CLIFTON PLAYER OF THE WEEK (ENDING 9/7/13) IS JUNIOR DEVON LAUBSCHER OF THE MILFORD-CISSNA PARK BEARCATS. HE HAS PLAYED A BIG PART IN MCP'S 2-0 START, OPENING THE SEASON WITH 90 YARDS RUSHING AND 2 TD RUNS IN A SEASON-OPENING WIN AT OAKLAND. THEN ON FRIDAY, HE DISPLAYED BLAZING SPEED, RUSHING FOR 110 YARDS ON 15 CARRIES, AND TD RUNS OF 1 AND 43 YARDS IN A HOME WIN OVER IROQUOIS WEST.

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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.

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Indiana Football 8/23/13, Bigger Player of Week

North Newton 48, South Newton 42

KENTLAND – Sam Thomas' 3-yard touchdown run capped a back-and-forth fourth quarter for the visiting Spartans.

South Newton jumped out to a 21-0 lead on two 4-yard touchdown runs by Trevor Lowe and Skylar Sanders' 45-yard dash. Jonno Bigger fueled a 21-0 run by North Newton with a 30-yard touchdown run and two TD passes. Sanders gave the Rebels a 28-21 halftime lead with his 17-yard reception from John Dafcik.

Dafcik threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter and Bigger finished with four TD passes.

Other area scores Friday: Triton 25, Caston 13.....Clinton Prairie 20, Frontier 7....Lewis Cass 29, Pioneer 0.....N. Montgomery 35, Benton Central 0..... Carroll (Flora) 37, Tri-County 0.....West Central 18, Culver 6....Winamac 56, Knox 14......N. White 52, Taylor 20.

The First Trust and Savings Bank in Watseka & Clifton Player of the Week is sophomore QB Jono Bigger of the North Newton Spartans. With his club down 21-0 after 1 quarter, Bigger led a furious comeback, finishing 27 of 38 passing for 368 yards, including 3 TD passes, and 2 TD runs, as N. Newton won a wild season opener in Kentland over rival S. Newton, 48-42.