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FRIDAY’S RESULTS

BIG SHOULDERS

Foreman 27, Steinmetz 16

Foreman (3-3, 1-3): Angel Cantres 2 TD passes, 2 rushing TD

GREAT LAKES

Bowen 7, Ag. Science 0

Bowen (6-0, 4-0): Maurice Piano 18-yd rush TD

Solorio 31, Hope 18

Solorio (5-1, 4-0): Frank Seaszel, Octavious Dandridge 2 TD each

HEARTLAND

Harper 36, Collins 12

Payton 34, Robeson 12

Payton (2-4, 2-1): Mike Kalanik 88 rushing yds, rushing TD, 43 yds receiving, TD reception, INT return for TD

LAND OF LINCOLN

Brooks 26, Raby 20

RED BIRD

Dunbar 36, Lane 14

Curie 39, Young 14

Curie (5-1, 5-1): Chris Baldwin 4 carries, 145 yds, 2 TD

SECOND CITY

Clark 14, Douglass 0

Manley 42, Sullivan 7

BIG NORTHERN EAST

Burlington Central 14, Marengo 0, 2Q

Johnsburg 21, Genoa-Kingston 13

North Boone 34, Harvard 13

Richmond-Burton 61, Rockford Christian 26

CENTRAL SUBURBAN NORTH

Deerfield 35, Glenbrook North 21

CENTRAL SUBURBAN SOUTH

Glenbrook South 49, Evanston 28

CHICAGO CATHOLIC BLUE

Brother Rice 26, Mount Carmel 17

CHICAGO CATHOLIC GREEN

Fenwick 49, Marmion 13

CHICAGO CATHOLIC WHITE

St. Ignatius vs. Leo at Kroc, 7:30

DUPAGE VALLEY

WW South 14, Lake Park 7

Naperville Central 27, Naperville North 6

Glenbard North 27, Wheaton North 23

EAST SUBURBAN CATHOLIC

Carmel 38, St. Viator 20

Joliet Catholic 63, Marian Catholic 7

Nazareth 35, Benet 13

Marian Central 28, Notre Dame 14

FOX VALLEY FOX

Prairie Ridge 16, Woodstock 6, 2Q

Woodstock North 21, Hampshire 9

FOX VALLEY VALLEY

Crystal Lake South 31, Dundee-Crown 13

Huntley 37, Jacobs 14

INTERSTATE EIGHT LARGE

Manteno 49, Sandwich 6

Plano 36, Peotone 0

Coal City 14, Streator 0

INTERSTATE EIGHT SMALL

Wilmington 21, Herscher 18

Reed-Custer 42, Lisle 20

Westmont 27, Seneca 22

METRO SUBURBAN EAST

Ridgewood 24, Chicago Christian 14

Guerin 14, Elmwood Park 13

METRO SUBURBAN WEST

Aurora Central 35, Fenton 13

Glenbard South 36, Wheaton Academy 27

NORTHEASTERN ATHLETIC

Christian Liberty at Hope Academy, 7

Christian Life 48, Westminster Christian 7

NORTHERN ILLINOIS BIG 12 EAST

DeKalb 42, Morris 0

Sycamore 14, Kaneland 7

SOUTH SUBURBAN BLUE

T.F. South 34, Tinley Park 19

T.F. South (4-2, 2-1): Torian Lewis 8 carries, 128 yds, TD; Tylon Dantzler 13 carries, 75 yrds

Bremen 12, Hillcrest 8

Bremen (2-4, 1-3): Chrisean Noble 80 passing yds, TD; Chris Ramos 3 rec, 62 yds, TD; Kyle Ramos 16 tackles, 2 forced fumbles

Lemont 55, T.F. North 13

SOUTH SUBURBAN RED

Evergreen Park 34, Shepard 9

Oak Lawn 22, Eisenhower 14

Oak Lawn (2-4, 1-3): Joe Robinson 2 TD; Ryne Melnik TD

SOUTHLAND

Rich Central 25, Kankakee 12

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE

Oswego 40, Oswego East 0

Plainfield East 25, Minooka 6

Romeoville 46, Plainfield South 21

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN BLUE

Bolingbrook 34, Lockport 10

Homewood-Flossmoor 47, Sandburg 18

Lincoln-Way East 42, Joliet West 14

Stagg 46, Joliet Central 6

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN RED

Andrew at Thornton, 7:30

Lincoln-Way North 30, Lincoln-Way Central 27

Bradley-Bourbonnais 17, L-W West 6

Thornwood 46,Thornridge 6

UPSTATE EIGHT RIVER

Batavia 49, West Chicago 0

Geneva 40, St. Charles East 7

St. Charles North 21, Larkin 7, 2Q

Streamwood 28, Elgin 18

UPSTATE EIGHT VALLEY

Neuqua Valley 48, West Aurora 35

Waubonsie Valley 38, Metea Valley 37

Bartlett 23, Glenbard East 20, OT

South Elgin 71, East Aurora 24

WEST SUBURBAN GOLD

Addison Trail 40, Morton 14

Hinsdale South 35, Leyden 10

Willowbrook at Proviso East, 6:30

WEST SUBURBAN SILVER

Hinsdale Central 37, Lyons 23

York 39, Proviso West 21

NONCONFERENCE

Montini 49, St. Joseph 7

Richards 39, Oak Forest 14

St. Francis 36, St. Laurence 0

St. Rita 35, Aurora Christian 21

Downers South 35, Downers North 13

Hales at Bishop McNamara, 7:30

Lake Forest Academy 43, De La Salle 37

Yorkville at Geneseo, 7:15

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