SHG moved to 6-0 with a 42-0 win over Southeast on Friday night. The Cyclones continued to display an impressive balanced offensive attack that entered Friday averaging nearly 60 points per game. Tim Brenneisen
There is just one month of the regular season remaining. Crazy, right? Zach Kerker, Derek Parris and Chase Senior return on the air to make their week six selections. The headliners this week include
Week six rankings are in! Which teams leaped and which teams slid?
Eisenhower continues to roll. The Panthers put it on Southeast, 53-19 to move to 5-0 on the year. Bryson Bonds had a big night for Ike, highlighted by two touchdown runs.
It was the Chase & DP Show on Thursday morning for the High School Half Hour. Kerker sent in his picks, though, so don’t worry. See who the Channel1450 boys picked to rise
Listen to the CS8 Power Rankings Below: CS8 1. Rochester – The Rockets have allowed the least amount of points of any team in the Central State Eight. Rochester will host Jacksonville on Friday.
North Mac piles up nearly 500 yards against Williamsville, Athens remains undefeated, beating Auburn at home, Maroa-Forsyth turns back to form, Tremayne Lee dazzles, Springfield impresses and more notes from the CS8, Sangamo, Prairie
The Springfield High Senators have a message….”y’all sleepin” is what Wendel Burnes had to say after he scored a touchdown to put the Solons up 35-12 on Southeast to end the third quarter.
The week four slate is stacked with good matchups all around the area. Athens travels to Auburn, North Mac travels to Williamsville, Glenwood makes the cross town trip to SHG and Southeast hosts
CS8 1. Rochester – As long as Derek Leonard is roaming the sideline for the Rockets, Rochester will have a potent offense, but it’s the team’s defense that has been the difference through three weeks.
Springfield High comes in with a 2-1 record but still wanting to prove the belong in the conversion of a CS8 playoff team. Southeast comes in with a 1-2 record after losing to
Statistically they were two of the best offenses in the CS8 heading into week three. The Rochester defense made sure they were known after this one against Southeast. The Rockets held the Spartans
Southeast football has forced its way into the conversation in the past two and a half years. The program’s growth correlates directly with Matt Lauber’s arrival in Springfield. For this week’s Kerker &
The boys were a little goofy this morning. That happens with late work nights and early mornings. Derek Parris is still undefeated through two weeks. Will that streak continue? Kerker, DP and Chase
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