Sutton continues its undefeated ways; Sandy Creek and Harvard both improve their records to 3-3. Kris and Tory discuss all of it in this week's sportSReport.
Just three weeks left in the regular season, and all three county teams are still playing for something. Sutton attempts to continue its undefeated season tonight against ranked Doniphan-Trumbull, while Harvard and Sandy Creek (both 2-3) try to win out to secure a playoff spot.
In front of a large and lively crowd on Friday night, the Harvard Cardinals played their first home game of the season as the school also kicked off a new Homecoming tradition, but it was the Mustangs of McCool Junction that played the role of the ungrateful guests, spoiling the football portion of the night with a 57-26 win.
The road in search of their second win of the 2012 volleyball season didn’t get any easier for the Harvard volleyball team last week as both Blue Hill and Lawrence-Nelson earned straight set victories over the Lady Cardinals Sept. 26.
Senior Anthony Graesser and a suffocating defensive attack to stop the Fairbury Jeffs running game would lead the Sandy Creek Cougars to their second straight win of the season, 27-6 on the road.
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