6-0 HHS flattens Belvidere

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ROCKTON - The Hononegah Indians did exactly what was expected of them at their homecoming game Friday night: Bludgeon the Belvidere Bucs.

Hononegah moved its record to 6-0 on the season by jumping all over the visiting Bucs early. By the time the first quarter ended, Hononegah had a 27-0 lead.

The score was 34-0 at halftime and 47-0 before the Bucs scored a consolation touchdown late.

Hononegah finished the game with 406 total yards, including 220 on the ground.

Isiah Richardson paced the ground attack with 119 yards and two touchdowns on just 10 carries. Christian Gomez added 66 yards on six carries. Ryan Van Schelven had a terrific night under center, going 8-for-15 for 141 yards and two scores, both of which went to Braden Sayles for a combined 73 yards.

The Indians will be back in action Friday when they travel to Auburn.

• MADISON MEMORIAL 31, BELOIT MEMORIAL 0: The Spartans had no trouble with the visiting Purple Knights as they held them to 100 yards of total offense.

Madison Memorial led 10-0 after the first quarter and opened the advantage to 17-0 at halftime. After both teams were scoreless in the third quarter, the Spartans put the game away with two fourth-quarter touchdowns.

Beloit's quarterbacks combined to complete just one pass in 16 attempts. Matthew Wedig led the team in rushing with six carries for 51 yards.

Kam Marshall rushed for 115 yards in 25 carries to lead Madison Memorial. The Knights (1-6) host Verona this Friday.

• BIG FOOT 55, EVANSVILLE-ALBANY 34: The Chiefs' offense continued its strong season behind senior quarterback Logan Eischeid.

The Chiefs blasted the winless Blue Devils behind 271 yards and three touchdowns from Eischeid. Jack Gillingham scored from 59 yards out to open the scoring, while Owen Martin and Aidan Greco later added TD receptions.

Eischeid also added a pair of running scores as the Chiefs crossed the goal line eight times to improve to 3-4.

• MCFARLAND 44, CLINTON 6: The unbeaten Spartans rolled after a promising start from host Clinton.

The Cougars led 6-3 after the first quarter but were outscored 41-0 the rest of the way. Riley Anastasi had Clinton's lone touchdown as he opened the scoring with a 10-yard run.

• WHITEWATER 19, BRODHEAD-JUDA 7: The Cardinals were eliminated from playoff contention with a loss to a Whitewater team that notched back-to-back victories for the first time since 2013.

Jeffrey Williams rushed for 129 yards and the Cards' only score, which tied the game at 7-7 in the third quarter.

Aldo Soto rushed for 219 yards to lead Whitewater.

• HORICON-HUSTISFORD 55, PARKVIEW 12: The Vikings fell to 0-5 o with a homecoming loss to 5-1 Horicon-Hustsiford.

Brayden Tracy gave the Vikings a ray of hope in the second quarter when his one-yard TD run cut the lead to 14-6, but it was all Horicon from there as the team racked up 469 yards of total offense, including 287 on the ground.

Tracy finished the game with 86 yards on 19 carries.

• NORTH BOONE 35, STILLMAN VALLEY 34: North Boone quarterback Britton Morris ran in two scores in overtime to lead the Vikings to a thrilling win Friday night.

Morris passed for 278 yards and a pair of TDs as the Vikings improved to 4-2.

• HIAWATHA 56, SOUTH BELOIT 6: The SoBos trailed 35-0 at halftime and failed to generate much offense in a defeat to visiting Hiawatha.

South Beloit will try for its third win of the season Saturday afternoon at Mooseheart.

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