The Big Foot Wolves practice on Oct. 19 in preparation for last weekend’s 19-0 shutout of the Sycamore Spartans. The team will play in the championship game today against the Harvard Hornets at Hampshire, Ill. middle school. Kickoff is at 1 p.m. (Heather Ruenz photo)

By Heather Ruenz

SLN staff

The Big Foot Wolves youth football team continued its winning ways last weekend with a 19-0 shutout win. The Wolves traveled to Rockton Sports Complex in Rockton, Ill. for a first-round playoff game against the Sycamore Spartans.

The Wolves brought a stiff defense that frustrated Sycamore’s offense all day, according to Wolves coaching staff.

“The Wolves defensive line of Bryce Harvey, Gabe Wilkins and Nick Minor made their way into the backfield on multiple occasions to disrupt Sycamore’s run game. Sycamore schemed their offense to run away from Gus Foster’s side of the ball and attack the opposite side but the run game was derailed by Tyler Wilson,” according to the coaches.

The Wolves will face the Harvard Hornets at Hampshire, Ill. middle school at 1 p.m. today, Oct. 28.

Read the rest of the recap on last weekend’s game, including more comments from the Wolves coaching staff, in the Oct. 27 Times/Reporter.


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