April 18, 2014
Sports
BHS Tigers win streak ends with loss in overtime to Farmington

By Don Chipman
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BHS played Farmington last Friday night here at the Tiger Den in a Prairieland Conference clash. The hometowners nine-game winning streak came to an end with a 55-52 overtime loss to the Farmers. BHS knocked off Brown County in a rare Saturday afternoon contest 63-57, the win coming on the road.
The Triopia Trojans took on Springfield Calvary and came out on the short end of a 75-57 match-up last Friday night in a road tilt with the Saints.

 
Big Blue demolishes ISD 58-6 in complete rout

By Don Chipman
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The Trojans righted the sinking ship with a 58-6 thrashing of the ISD Tigers last Saturday at Don Kemp Field. The vaunted Trojan Wing-T attack rushed for 335 yards against the hapless Tigers.
“We kind of needed one like this, to get our confidence back,” said head coach Rich Thompson of the Trojans. “I thought our line played very good, and opened a lot of big holes for our backs. The backs also ran hard and we were able to play a lot of people and gain some needed depth and experience,” concluded  Thompson.

 
Tigers claim 24-8 homecoming win over archrival Rockets

By Don Chipman
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The Beardstown Tigers (4-1) secured a 24-8 homecoming victory over their archrivals Rush- ville/Industry in a game that was not near as close as the final score indicated.
D’ante McWilliams carried the mail for the hometowners rushing for 133 yards on only nine carries and one touchdown. The electrifying sophomore also had 34 yards receiving. Alex Myles in a limited role, picked up 73 yards on eight tries and one TD. Myles also had a TD called back.

 
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