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Local D-1 sports reports

How local D1 players performed this weekend

OKLAHOMA

Austin Seibert, kicker-punter, Belleville West, Austin was one for one on field goals with a long of 25 yards. He also was two for two on extra points in the 33-23 loss to Houston.

MISSOURI

Terry Beckner Jr., DT, East St. Louis, Terry had three tackles in the 26-11 loss to West Virginia.

Tucker McCann, K, O'Fallon, Made one of three field goals with a long of 24 yards in the 26-11 loss to West Virginia.

ILLINOIS

Darius Mosely, DB, O'Fallon, Darius recorded one tackle in the 52-3 win over Murray State.

WYOMING

Brian Hill, RB, Belleville West, Brian had 33 ruses for 125 yards and two touchdowns in the 40-34 win over Northern Illinois University.

SIU CARBONDALE

Chase Allen, LB, Belleville East, Chase had 11 tackles in the 38-30 loss to Florida Atlantic.

Craig James, DB, Edwardsville, Craig had four tackles and a tackles for a loss in the 38-30 loss to Florida Atlantic.

Kyron Watson, LB, East St. Louis, Kyron had one tackle in the 38-30 loss to Florida Atlantic.

Markese Jackson, LB, East St. Louis, Markese had six tackles in the 38-30 loss to Florida Atlantic.

Jacob Varble, TE, Jerseyville, Jacob had four rceptions for 28 yards in the 38-30 loss to Florida Atlantic.

NORTH DAKOTA STATE

Pierre Gee-Tucker, LB, Belleville West, Pierre had six tackles and a tackle for a loss in the 24-17 win over Georgia State.

WESTERN KENTUCKY

Nolan Dowling, long snapper, Belleville East, Nolan successfully completed 10 out of 10 snaps in the 46-14 victory over Rice University.

JACKSON STATE

Lamontiez Ivy, QB, East St. Louis, Lamontiez was 14 for 34 for 134 yards and a touchdown in the 63-13 loss to Nevada Las Vegas.

Daniel Williams, WR, East St. Louis, Dan had Four catches for 23 yards in the 63-13 loss to Nevada Las CVegas.

EASTERN MICHIGAN

Todd Porter, QB, O'Fallon, Todd was 15-22 for 171 yards and three touchdowns in the 61-14 win over Mississippi Valley.

MISSOURI STATE

Erik Furmanek, TE, Althoff , Erik had two catches for 41 yards in the 57-0 win over Southwestern College.

EASTERN ILLINOIS

Mitch Kimble, QB, Jerseyville, Mitch was 18-29 for 323 yards and two touchdowns in the 38-21 loss to Western Illinois.

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