Big 2nd quarter key to Turner win

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EVANSVILLE, Wis. - The Beloit Turner Trojans got back on track Friday night with a 28-22 victory over Evansville-Albany.

The Trojans (3-1) exploded for 21 points in the second quarter after both teams failed to score in the first period.

JoVontae Coleman got the Trojans on the board with a one-yard plunge, and Jordan Majeed later punched it in from a yard out to make it 14-0.

Kenny Draeving hit Jackson Carter with a 15-yard scoring strike to make it 21-0.

Mickey Burrows opened the scoring in the third quarter by taking a punt back 67 yards to give Turner a 28-0 lead.

But the Blue Devils weren't about to go quietly. Evansville scored on a 76-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Severson to Sulley Geske to make it 28-7.

Evansville added two more scores in the fourth quarter, both on passes from Severson to Geske, the first covering 22 yards and the second six to bring the Blue Devils within 28-22, but they could get no closer.

• BIG FOOT 48, WHITEWATER 13: The Chiefs broke through for their first victory of the season Friday night in emphatic fashion, defeating Whitewater by 35 points.

Logan Eischeid broke the Big Foot school record by throwing for five touchdowns, and Aidan Greco tied the school mark with three TD receptions in the win.

Eischeid finished the game with 238 yards passing. The Chiefs build a 34-6 halftime edge and cruised.

• JEFFERSON 20, BRODHEAD-JUDA 0: The Cardinals could muster just 142 total yards as the Eagles posted a road shutout to drop Brodhead-Juda to 2-2.

Jefferson's Nolan Klawitter led the Eagles with 115 on 12 carries, while Jeff Williams finished with 57 yards on 11 carries for the Cardinals.

• EDGERTON 41, CLINTON 7: Jaden Johnson continued his outstanding senior season by rushing for 159 yards and two touchdowns and passing for two more scores in a lopsided victory over Clinton (1-3).

Johnson helped the Crimson Tide to a 34-0 halftime edge. Jackson Nelson led Clinton with 11 carries for 55 yards.

• GENOA-KINGSTON 30, NORTH BOONE 23: The Vikings were handed their first defeat of the season despite starting the game in ideal fashion as Britton Morris hit Josh Hoffman with a 67-yard TD pass on the opening play.

The Vikings eventually carried a 16-7 lead into halftime, but the Cogs dominated play in the second half, scoring 23 points while holding the high-powered North Boone offense to just three points.

Morris finished the game 21-for-39 for 369 yards and three touchdowns to go with one interception.

• WALTHER CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 32, SOUTH BELOIT 14: The SoBos trailed 12-0 at halftime before putting up some points in the second half, but it wasn't enough to come away with their first victory of th season on Saturday afternoon.

After three straight road games, the SoBos will come home to play Polo Friday night.

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