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Local Sports Roundup 8/27/10
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

The Galesburg Silver Streaks were expected to rout the first team they play this year, and they did. The Streaks took care of Chicago Academy Friday night 57-0 in the season and home openers. The Streaks led 44-0 after the first half and used all their players en route to their first victory of the season. Among the numerous scores, sophomore back Travon Diggins had a 20-yard touchdown run in the first half, and opened the second with a 89-yard kickoff reception for a TD. The Streaks now look ahead to play at Morton next Friday night. You can hear the game on AM 1400 WGIL beginning at 7:06. The sophomores did not play last night, because Chicago Academy did not have a sophomore team.

Elsewhere, the Knoxville Blue Bullets opened the season with a close loss to Bushnell-Prairie City Avon 22-21. The Spartans scored all their points in the second half, while the Blue Bullets couldn't score in the 4th Quarter.

Mid-County opened its first season as a newly combined football team with a win, defeating Princeville 26-12. The ROWVA-Williamsfield-Galva Coop did all their scoring in the first half en route to the victory.

Other scores...

Abingdon 21, Farmington 14
Stark County 38, United 14
West Central 47, West Prairie 0
Mercer County 31, Annawan-Wethersfield 28
North Fulton 41, Rushville-Industry 8
Illini West 46, Orion 12
Ridgewood 25, Midland 7


HIGH SCHOOL GOLF

Quincy Notre Dame took the victory in a triangular meet against Monmouth-Roseville and Bloomington Central Catholic Friday at Gibson Woods in Monmouth. QND's 153 team score led the way, followed by Monmouth-Roseville's 160, and BCC's 165.
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