Week 1 football schedule

Friday, August 29

Inter-City 2

Farragut vs. Kelly at Stagg, 4:15

Gage Park vs. Hirsch at Eckersall, 4:15

Kennedy at Bronzeville at Rockne, 4:15

Northeastern Athletic

Christian Life at Ottawa Marquette, 7

Mooseheart at Hiawatha, 7


Brooks at Kaneland, 7:15

Amundsen at Uplift at Winnemac, 4:15

Andrew at Bremen, 7

Arsenal (Ind.) at Richards, 7

Bloom at Thornwood, 7

Buffalo Grove at Leyden, 7:30

Burlington Central at Hampshire, 7:15

Byron at Marengo, 7

Chicago Christian at Westmont, 7:30

Clark at York, 7:15

Clinton (Wis.) at North Boone, 7

Coal City at Reed-Custer, 7:30

Conant at Lake Park, 7:30

Crystal Lake South at Marian Central, 7:30

Curie at Argo, 7

De La Salle at Bradley-Bourbonnais, 7

Deerfield at Zion-Benton, 7:30

DePaul Prep at Round Lake, 7:30

Downers Grove South at Benet, 7:30

Dunbar at Lake Forest, 7:30

Dundee-Crown vs. Elgin at Memorial, 7:30

DuSable at Marist, 7:30

Dwight at Seneca, 7:30

Elk Grove at St. Charles North, 7:30

Evanston at Proviso West, 7:30

Evergreen Park at Lake Station (Ind.), 8

Fenton at Grayslake Central, 7:15

Fenwick at Carmel, 7:30

Fremd at Lake Zurich, 7:30

Geneva at West Aurora, 7:30

Glenbard East at Willowbrook, 7:30

Glenbard South at Addison Trail, 7:30

Glenbrook North at Hersey, 7:30

Glenbrook South at Prospect, 7

Grant at Crystal Lake Central, 7:30

Harlan at Homewood-Flossmoor, 7:30

Herscher at Manteno, 7:30

Hillcrest at Stagg, 7

Hinsdale Central at Bolingbrook, 7

Huntley vs. Bartlett at Millennium, 7:30

Hyde Park at Marian Catholic, 7

Illini West at Rockford Christian, 7

Indian Trail (Wis.) at Stevenson, 7:30

Jacobs at Barrington, 7:30

Johnsburg at Oregon, 7

Joliet West at Tinley Park, 7

Kankakee at Danville, 7

Kenwood at Oak Lawn, 7

Lake Forest Academy at Highland Park, 7

Lakes at Grayslake North, 7:15

LaSalle-Peru at Lincoln-Way North, 7:15

Lemont at Plainfield South, 7

Leo at Ottawa, 7:30

Libertyville at Palatine, 7:30

Lincoln-Way Central at Sandburg, 7:15

Lincoln-Way West at Sycamore, 7:15

Lisle at Peotone, 7:15

Lockport at Downers Grove North, 7:30

Lyons at Warren, 7:30

Marmion at Plainfield Central, 7

Marshall at Solorio, 4:30

Mather at Lane, 7:15

Montini at Maine South, 7:30

Morris at Minooka, 7

Morton at Riverside-Brookfield, 7:15

Mundelein at Wheeling, 7:30

Naperville Central at Waubonsie Valley, 7:30

Neuqua Valley at Naperville North, 7:30

New Trier at Schaumburg, 7:30

Niles West at Ridgewood, 7:15

Notre Dame at Prairie Ridge, 7:30

Oak Park-River Forest at Lincoln-Way East, 7:30

Oswego at Batavia, 7:30

Phillips at Stillman Valley, 7

Phoenix at Oak Forest, 7

Plainfield East at Rich Central, 7

Plainfield North at Metea Valley, 7:30

Plano at Yorkville, 7:30

Providence at Joliet Catholic, 7:30

Reavis at St. Laurence, 7:30

Rich East at Eisenhower, 7

Rich South at Mendota, 7

Rock Falls at Harvard, 7

Rolling Meadows vs. St. Viator at Forest View, 7:30

Romeoville at Hinsdale South, 7:30

Roosevelt at Richmond-Burton, 7

Sandwich at Wilmington, 7:30

Senn at Aurora Christian, 7

Shepard at Niles North, 7:30

South Elgin at St. Charles East, 7:30

South Shore Int’l vs. Clemente at Lane, 4

St. Edward at Genoa-Kingston, 7

St. Francis vs. Menomonie (Wis.) at Madison (Wis.) Middleton, 4:30

St. Joseph at Elmwood Park, 7:30

Steinmetz vs. Kelvyn Park at Hanson, 4:15

Streamwood at Hoffman Estates, 7:30

Streator at East Peoria, 7:30

T.F. South at Crete-Monee, 7

Thornridge at Joliet Central, 6:30

Thornton vs. Morgan Park at Gately, 7:15

Tremper (Wis.) at Antioch, 7:30

Urban Prep-West at T.F. North, 7

Vernon Hills at DeKalb, 7:30

Walther Christian at Wheaton Academy, 7

Wauconda at Woodstock North, 7:15

Waukegan at North Chicago, 7:30

West Chicago at East Aurora, 7

Westinghouse vs. Raby at Hanson, 7:15

Wheaton North at Cary-Grove, 7:30

Woodstock at Oswego East, 7

Young vs. King at Gately, 4:15

Saturday, August 30

Inter-City 2

Fenger vs. Juarez at Rockne, 9:30 a.m.

Northeastern Athletic

Christian Liberty at Alden-Hebron, 1

Hope Academy at North Shore, 1

Luther North at Westminster Christian, 1


Ag. Science vs. North-Grand at Gately, 9:30 a.m.

Austin vs. Hansberry at Hanson, 9:30 a.m.

Bishop McNamara at Immaculate Conception, 1

Bloomington at Nazareth, 2

Bogan at Hales, 6:30

Bowen vs. Goode at Eckersall, 12:45

Brother Rice vs. Brother Rice (Mich.) at Wayne State Univ. (Mich.), 2

Bulls Prep vs. Pritzker at Lane, 12:45

Carver vs. Woodlawn at Eckersall, 9:30 a.m.

Collins vs. Prosser at Douglass Park, 11

DRW Trader vs. Golder at Rockne, 12:45

Ellison at Guerin, 1

Glenbard North at Centerville (Ohio), 6

Hawkins at Bismarck-Henning, 1

Johnson vs. Noble Street at Lane, 9:30 a.m.

Lake View vs. Muchin at Winnemac, 4

Lincoln Park vs. Rowe-Clark at Winnemac, 12:45

Little Village vs. Hope at Eckersall, 4

Longwood vs. Douglass at Stagg, 12:45

Loyola at Marquette (Wis.), 1

Maine East vs. Schurz at Lane, 4

Maine West at Proviso East, 1:30

Manley vs. Foreman at Rockne, 4

Marine vs. TEAM Englewood at Hanson, 4

McHenry vs. Larkin at Memorial, 1:30

North Lawndale vs. Lindblom at Stagg, 9:30 a.m.

Orr vs. Rauner at Hanson, 12:45

Perspectives-Calumet vs. Comer at University of Chicago, 7:15

Rochelle vs. Corliss at Gately, 12:45

St. Patrick vs. Taft at Lane, 7:15

Sullivan vs. UIC Prep at Hanson, 7:15

Tilden at Aurora Central, 1

Urban Prep-Bronzeville vs. Hubbard at Gately, 7:15

Urban Prep-Englewood vs. Harper at Stagg, 4

Vocational at Gary (Ind.) Roosevelt, 4

Washington vs. St. Francis de Sales at Kroc, 5

Wheaton Warrenville South at Glenbard West, 1:30

Sunday, August 31


Robeson at Julian, 4


St. Joseph’s Philadelphia (Pa.) at Mount Carmel, noon

Payton vs. St. Ignatius at Toyota Park, 3

Simeon at St. Rita, 6

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