MOUNT VERNON — Teams have been feasting on Mount Vernon for nearly two years, and on Friday it was Carbondale’s turn, as the Terriers won for just the second time this year with a 41-8 victory over the Rams at Ken Hunt Stadium.The Rams are currently on an 18-game losing streak, with their last victory coming in Week 6 of the 2015 season against Carbondale.“We did a pretty good job and it all starts with our running game,” said Carbondale coach Bryan Lee.
CENTRALIA — Carbondale opened South Seven Conference action Friday night with a 42-21 loss to Centralia in high school football action at Evers Field.Senior quarterback JaVon Williams Jr. led the Orphans with nearly 400 yards from scrimmage to drop the Terriers to 1-3 on the season and 0-1 in the league.“We came here two years ago when we were brand new here and it was embarrassing,” said Carbondale coach Bryan Lee. “It was not good at all.
SESSER — The message during the week of practice leading up to Friday’s game was simple for Sesser-Valier/Waltonville/Woodlawn: "Do your job.”The Red Devils stymied future SIU Saluki Jacob Traxler to 75 yards as SVWW stayed undefeated with a 22-14 victory over the Eldorado Eagles in a Black Diamond Conference contest.“Anytime you hold a [Division I] recruit to under 100 yards, you’ve got to take your hat off to your defense there,” said Red Devils coach John Shadowens.
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