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September 7, 2013

ILLINOIS FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Paris scores fourth-quarter touchdown to win 14-8

WATSEKA, ILL. — Denver Brewer scored on a three-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter and ran in the two-point conversion to lift Paris to a 14-8 boys high school football victory Friday.

Riley Spencer led the Tigers with 122 yards passing and 82 yards rushing.

Brewer had 17 carries for 74 yards.

Watseka    0    8    0    0    —    8

Paris    0    6    0    8    —    14

P — Brewer 2 run (run failed)

W — Davenport 1 run (Davenport pass)

P — Brewer 3 run (Brewer run)

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In other Illinois football action:

• Robinson 53, Red Hill 6 — At Robinson, Ill., Jason Richart ran for 335 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Maroons to a decisive victory.

Robinson compiled 520 yards rushing and eight touchdowns among nine different rushers.

• Casey 45, Newton 13 — At Casey, Ill., the Warriors rolled to a week two victory.

• Marshall 8, Cumberland 6 — At Marshall, Ill., the Lions picked up their first win of the season.

• Flora 20, Palestine-Hutsonville 0 — At Palestine, Ill., the host Pioneers could not find the offense in a Little Illini Conference battle.

Illinois football scores

Alton 26, Cahokia 8

Anna-Jonesboro 22, Murphysboro 21

Annawan 40, Ridgewood 7

Arthur-Lovington 40, Oakwood 0

Auburn 44, Athens 14

Barrington 27, Prospect 14

Belleville West 53, Althoff Catholic 20

Bishop McNamara 48, Lake Forest Academy 31

Bismarck-Henning 34, Arcola 7

Brown County 46, Winchester-West Central 28

Carbondale 36, Herrin 15

Carlinville 46, Vandalia 0

Carlyle 7, Freeburg 0

Carmel 47, Glenbard North 6

Carrollton 34, Concord (Triopia) 8

Casey-Westfield 45, Newton 13

Cerro Gordo 58, Westville 29

Champaign Central 21, Urbana 20

Champaign St. Thomas More 49, South Fork 0

Chatham Glenwood 21, Jacksonville 7

Chicago Vocational 38, Corliss 12

Christopher-Ziegler-Royalton 49, Elverado 6

Clinton 26, Warrensburg-Latham 12

Collinsville 24, Triad 14

Columbia 19, Waterloo 13

Crystal Lake South 14, Crystal Lake Central 7

Curie 36, Lincoln Park 0

Downers North 28, Hinsdale South 0

Downs Tri-Valley 49, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 7

Dundee-Crown 59, Streamwood 14

East Alton-Wood River 12, Metro-East Lutheran 0

East Moline United 42, Peoria Manual 28

El Paso-Gridley 33, Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland (FCW) 6

Eldorado 18, Carmi White County 0

Elmwood-Brimfield 58, Abingdon 14

Eureka-Roanoke-Benson 15, Rantoul 13

Fairfield 58, Hamilton County 20

Fenwick 32, Dallas Bishop Lynch, Texas 14

Foreman 46, Kennedy 14

Geneseo 42, Raby 6

Gillespie 42, Litchfield 29

Glenbrook North 47, Steinmetz 6

Grayslake Central 28, Vernon Hills 7

Grayslake North 52, Milwaukee Hamilton, Wis. 6

Gurnee Warren 42, New Trier 6

Hampshire 35, DeKalb 34

Harvard 20, Oregon 14

Havana 22, Lewistown 21

Hersey 17, Palatine 14

Highland 52, Mt. Zion 28

Highland Park 31, Mundelein 12

Hinsdale Central 36, Addison Trail 14

Hoffman Estates 22, Buffalo Grove 21

Homewood-Flossmoor 28, Stevenson 21

Kewanee 32, Fulton 14

Knoxville 13, Cuba North Fulton 6

Lake Zurich 25, Cary-Grove 0

Lakes Community 45, Woodstock North 0

Lemont 44, Riverside-Brookfield 20

Lena-Winslow 27, Dakota 0

Lexington 31, Colfax Ridgeview 12

Limestone 26, Streator 6

Lincoln Way North 37, Hillcrest 0

Lowell, Mich. 49, Hubbard 12

Machesney Park Harlem 37, Rockford East 6

Macomb 16, Pittsfield-Griggsville-Perry 8

Maine East 56, Amundsen 14

Maine West 36, Chicago (Solorio Academy) 26

Marian Catholic (Chicago Heights) 49, Shepard 3

Maroa-Forsyth 43, Decatur St. Teresa 14

Massac County 45, Charleston 26

Mendota 52, Rockford Christian 21

Mercer County 28, Biggsville West Central 0

Monticello 20, Argenta-Oreana 6

Mount Olive 55, Bunker Hill 14

Mount Vernon 28, Mascoutah 7

Moweaqua Central A&M 27, Shelbyville 7

Mt. Carmel 45, Mt. Vernon (Posey), Ind. 3

New Berlin-Franklin 34, Pawnee 6

Nokomis 42, Decatur Lutheran (LSA) 0

Normal Community 33, Bloomington 20

North Boone 28, Byron 14

Oak Lawn Richards 31, Batavia 26

Orion 50, Morrison 0

Pana 27, Roxana 7

Paxton-Buckley-Loda 18, Effingham 13

Pekin 21, Plainfield North 20

Pinckneyville 32, West Frankfort 27

Plainfield East 35, Aurora West 12

Polo 62, Ashton-Franklin Center 6

Pontiac 6, Stanford Olympia 0

Prairie Ridge 35, Woodstock 17

Princeville 43, West Prairie 0

Providence 38, Minooka 17

Quincy Notre Dame 41, Alton Marquette 7

Rich Central 58, Kenwood 24

River Ridge 27, Warren 13

River Valley 34, Monmouth United 7

Robinson 53, Red Hill 6

Rochelle 44, Dixon 0

Rochester 38, Sacred Heart-Griffin (Springfield) 33

Rock Falls 22, Marengo 21

Rock Island 29, Richwoods 10

Rock Island Alleman 28, Galesburg 7

Rockford Boylan 35, Hononegah 34

Rockford Lutheran 29, Genoa (Genoa-Kingston) 27

Rockridge 41, Riverdale 0

Sandburg 42, Andrew 35Schaumburg 42, Wheeling 13

Sherrard 25, Amboy-LaMoille 18

Sidell (Jamaica)-Salt Fork 50, Martinsville 6

Springfield Lanphier 60, Lincoln 28

St. Charles East 41, Jacobs 26

St. Rita 42, Danville 7

Stark County 54, Oneida (ROWVA) 18

Staunton 34, Hillsboro 13

Sterling Newman 40, Princeton 7

Stillman Valley 40, Burlington Central 0

Tinley Park 54, Rich East 20

Tolono Unity 35, Tuscola 26

Waukegan 7, Zion Benton 6

Wheaton Academy 40, Chicago (Noble Charter/C. Bulls) 8

Wheaton Warrenville South 28, Maine South 13

Whitney Young 49, Hope 0

Williamsville 52, North-Mac 20

Wilmington 13, Sandwich 7

Winnebago 43, Richmond-Burton 15

Woodstock Marian 40, McHenry 14

 

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Local product: Saint Mary-of-the-Woods first baseman Sarah Burnham takes a throw to her position at first base in the Pomeroy�s win over Rose-Hulman Wednesday.

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    April 20, 2014 3 Photos

  • SPT041914track porter.jpg Terre Haute track and field athletes shine at Patriot Invitational

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    April 20, 2014 3 Photos

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A.J. Reed The University of Kentucky baseball team falls to Missouri 8-7 on Friday, April 11, 2014, at Cliff Hagan Stadium in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Chet White | UK Athletics

  • Immense power: A leaner A.J. Reed making play as elite prospect

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    April 20, 2014 3 Photos

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  • SPT041614 SMWC jordan.jpg Saint Mary-of-the-Woods sweeps doubleheader over Rose-Hulman

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    April 16, 2014 3 Photos

  • SPT 030714 ODUM 02O'LEARY.jpg Terre Haute North grad O'Leary to transfer from Loyola

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