By Josh Bootsma
LANSING, Ill. (October 15, 2022) — Below are the most recent scores for the TF South Red Wolves:
Friday, October 14
Opponent: Tinley Park High School
Result: The Red Wolves beat Tinley Park 35-0
TFS’ five scores are below:
- Brandon Woods, 16-yard catch from Christian Streeter (PAT added by Edgar Rodriguez)
- Tommy Rolling, three-yard run. Cortez Jones scored the two-point conversion.
- Jeremiah Jones, nine-yard pass from Christian Streeter (PAT good by Rodriguez)
- Tommy Rolling, 30-yard run (PAT good)
- Tommy Rolling, 52-yard run (PAT no good)
Rolling had 204 rushing yards for TFS on senior night. On defense, Jacob Foster made two sacks, Sharrod Wilson recovered a fumble, and Anthony Listenbee had an interception.
Boys Cross Country
Saturday, October 8
Meet: Colonel Madden Road Race
Result: TF South Varsity took eighth place out of 12 teams.
- Rodrigo Cortez, Sophomore (8th place) 19:46 received a medal
- Ben Gresham, Sophomore (18th) 21:49
- Josue Delgado, Freshman (46th) 26:33
- Colin Harris, Sophomore (55th) 30:38
- Austin Hewes, Senior (26th) 19:02
- Carlos Cervantes, Junior (43rd) 20:41
- Malcolm Richardson, Senior (51st) 21:39 Personal Record (PR)
- Adam Castellanos, Senior (63rd) 22:30 PR
- Aaron Major, Junior (68th) 24:30 PR
- Gavin Cottrill, Senior (69th) 26:23
Tuesday, October 11
Opponents: Eisenhower High School
Result: TFS beat Eisenhower 25-17, 25-15
Kyndall Jackson had five kills, and Joya Scott had four assists and 10 service points. The team is 7-14 overall and 2-10 in conference.
Wednesday, October 12
Opponent: Richards High School
Result: TFU beat Richards 2-1
Giovanni Melgoza scored in the game, and notched an assist. Lexani Gaines also had a goal.
Tuesday, October 4
Opponent: Rich Township High School
Result: TFS beat Rich Township 8-0
Giovanni Melgoza netted three goals and had one assist. One goal apiece was scored by: Lexani Gaines, Javier Cervantes, Jonathon Hernandez, Donovan Rivera, and Fawaz Olarinde
Oswaldo Mendoza had four saves in the game. The team is now 8-7-3 on the season.
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