Three more former athletes will be enshrined in the Champaign Central Hall of Fame on Saturday, when the Don Pittman Era will be honored. Pittman was the Maroons’ wrestling coach from 1964-79 and directed the school to four consecutive district championships.
Ryan Allen had 18 carries for 164 yards and two touchdowns for the visiting Spartans in the 34-20 win over Monmouth-Roseville. Eli Oltean was 4 of 9 for 119 yards.
Spartans senior Connor Janes was hurt in the game, suffering an injury to his right leg on a rushing attempt and was taken to a local hospital in a precautionary move.
By SPENCER BROWN
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 34, Monmouth-Roseville 20. Ryan Allen had 18 carries for 164 yards and two touchdowns for the visiting Spartans in the win. Eli Oltean was 4 of 9 for 119 yards.
WESTVILLE — Mo Abbed scored nearly every time he touched the ball, and Bismarck-Henning bounced back from a rare regular season loss last week to rout Westville 48-0.
SULLIVAN — The Redskins answered everything Tuscola threw their way and moved to 3-0 on the season after senior quarterback Nick Frerichs rushed for a 1-yard touchdown with 3:44 to play and Jordan Cuttill forced a Tuscola turnover on downs 90 seconds later.
Sullivan/OV won the game 28-22.
ARGENTA — The Sabers didn’t get going until the second quarter, but a touchdown in each of the remaining quarters gave them their first win of the season, 19-0 against Argenta-Oreana.
JAMAICA — Milford jumped all over Salt Fork in the first quarter with three touchdowns and didn’t let up in its 42-0 Vermilion Valley Conference romp.
PAXTON — For the second consecutive year, the Paxton-Buckley-Loda defense pitched a shutout against Iroquois West, this time 27-0.
After a 20-0 win against the Raiders last year, the Panthers blanked the Raiders again Friday.
“You definitely can’t complain about a shutout,” PBL coach Jeff Graham said. “The defense played hard and was aggressive.”
TAYLORVILLE — The Taylorville Tornadoes carved a path of destruction through the Rantoul Eagles Friday night at home as they went on to a 62-14 victory.
Taylorville stepped on the gas early to go up 7-0 after quarterback Tanner Champley hit wide receiver Michael Buckles over the top for a 56-yard touchdown just 15 seconds into the game.
CLIFTON — After a sloppy first half by both teams in windy and cold conditions, Clifton Central dominated time of possession after intermission to beat Monticello 21-14.