Forreston's Kiler Huenfeld (64) and a teammate tackle an Amboy player during Sept. 13 action in Forreston. Photo by Earleen Hinton
Forreston's Kiler Huenfeld (64) and a teammate tackle an Amboy player during Sept. 13 action in Forreston. Photo by Earleen Hinton

The Fulton Steamers fell behind right out of the gate Friday night against Bureau Valklkey, but answered with seven first-half touchdowns on their waiy to a 54-6 victory in a Three Rivers Rock game in Fulton.

After BV’s Dalton Dean threw a 15-yard TD pass to Evan Eckberg on the Storm’s opening possession, Fulton got three TD runs from Kyler Pessman – all longer than 30 yards – and a scoring run and pass from Connor Barnett to take a 34-6 lead.

“It felt great to be back,” Pessman said. “I was patiently waiting for my time and left it all on the field today. I give credit to my line, they were great.”

Touchdown runs by Jacob Jomnes and Ethan Rash pushed the lead to 47-6 by halftime. A blocked punt set yp the Steamers’ final score, a Keegan VanKampen 5-yard run in the third quarter.

Fulton ran for 416 yards on 38 carries, while holding Bureau Valley to 60 net yards on 30 rushes. The Steamers outgained the Storm 455-92 for the game.

BV was playing without starters Mac Nugent and Tucker Hartz due to injury.

“We came in pretty shorthanded to begin with,” BV head coach Mat Pistole said. “But the kids came out on the first drive and executed perfectly.

“But those two missing guys were important defensively as well as offensively, and we had to dial back our playbook significantly because we had kids playing out of position. When you do that, with Fulton as well coached as they are, they’re gonna make adjustments. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to install answers in such a short time period.”

Morrison 16, Riverdale 3: The Mustangs exorcised some demons against the Rams, snapping a two-game losing streak in the series with a win in Port Byron.

Aquin 42, Milledgeville 14: The Missiles scored a pair of second-half touchdowns after the Bulldogs took a 42-0 lead midway through the third quarter in an NUIC South game at Floyd Daub Field.

Damon Miller and Marcus McKenna had TD runs for Milledgeville, with Miller running for 64 yards and McKenna adding 85.

William Gustafson ran for 76 yards and three touchdowns, and also threw for 223 yards and three more scores for Aquin.

Stockton 40, AFC 6: The Raiders couldn’t keep up with the Blackhawks in an NUIC South loss on the road.

Forreston 40, Amboy-LaMoille 7: The Clippers avoided a shutout when Preston Henkel hit Sean Fitzpatrick for a 13-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter in Forreston.

The Cardinals scored 32 first-quarter points, and led 40- at halftime.

Polo 44, Bunker Hill 14: The Marcos outgained the Minutemen 324-68 on the ground, led by Jace Coffey’s 151 yards and two touchdowns in another rout at home.

Jesse Powell added 87 yards and two TDs, and Tucker Mumford ran for 43 yards and two scores as the Marcos rolled to a 44-0 lead by halftime.