Jeffs keep their winning streak, defeating the Tigers

By: Joy Ondrak

Friday, September 8 was a memorable night for the Fairbury Jeffs football team.


Adam Wasserman ’19 looks for his receivers during the first quarter of the game Friday night. Photo By: J. Johnson

The Jeffs took on the Falls City Tigers and kept their undefeated streak alive getting the win 68-14.


“To get this win is awesome. Anytime you beat Falls City it’s a good night,” said Coach Kameron Lenhart. “But it’s not our end goal. Now it’s time to move on to Auburn.”

Big contributors to the game were Adam Wasserman ’18 who led the team offensively and had five rushing touchdowns. Both Jacob Johnson ’18 and Keyten Pfingsten ’18 had interceptions that helped the Jeffs get an edge against their opponent. Defensively, Seth Firmanik ’20 and Dalton Buxton ’19 led the team with tackles.

The Jeffs will be back again next Friday in their Homecoming game to take on the Auburn Bulldogs.




Cayman DeBoer ’19 runs the ball in for a touchdown after a punt return in the third quarter. Photo By: J. Ondrak