MADISON — Dawson Williams (34) receives the toss on the sweep as he’s led by Levi Crowder (87). Williams ran for 105 yards and had 2 TDs in South Fork’s 20-6 victory over Madison on Saturday. The Ponies move to 5-3 on the season.
Madison — “I don’t really look at the playoffs too much, I kind of let my staff handle that side of things… It would mean a lot, though, to not only these kids, to this community. This program has a huge following, I think we may have even had more fans out here today than Madison did,” said head coach Tim Chapman after his 20-6 victory over the Madison Trojans. Monday, October 16, 2017
KINCAID — A varsity high school football game on a Thursday doesn’t happen too often, but it did on October 5 in Kincaid as the South Fork Ponies faced off against the Oilers of East Alton Wood River (EAWR). It was senior night for the Ponies as two cheerleaders and eight football players were honored before the game.
KINCAID — South Fork doesn’t get the opportunity to play a JV football game very often, but when they do, the boys go all out. As luck would have it though, they only got to play one 10 minute quarter due to weather and even that was interrupted by lightening. Tuesday, September 19, 2017
PAWNEE — When the score at the conclusion of the first half is 6-6, it’s obviously a defensive centered game; until one team adjusts and goes off for 40 points in the second half, 32 of those coming in the fourth quarter. Saturday, September 16, 2017
KINCAID — The South Fork Ponies opened the 2017 varsity football season with a dominant performance on Friday, when they dismantled the Sullivan Redskins 42-0 to earn their first Week 1 win in six seasons.
KINCAID — The South Fork Ponies waited on the bubble last year, hoping that their 5-4 record, 5-2 in conference, was good enough to get them into the IHSA 1A playoffs. Unfortunately, it wasn’t. Wednesday, August 16, 2017
KINCAID — Kincaid’s Derek Moss (right) is shown performing a flying kick against an opponent and member of “The Carnival” wrestling squad. The professional style wrestling event was hosted by South Fork High School on Saturday night. The event, dubbed Wrestle For The Cure, donated all proceeds from the event to Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Event organizers say they were expecting proceeds to top $8,000. Monday, July 24, 2017