Herald-News top 10

1. Lincoln-Way East (11-0)

Perhaps the best team in 7A.

2. Bolingbrook (8-3)

Season ends in 44-33 loss to Neuqua Valley.

3. Providence (8-3)

Season ends in 24-14 loss to Lincoln-Way East.

4. Joliet Catholic (7-4)

Finally all three RBs in one game.

5. Morris (10-1)

Reese Sobol nets 321 yards, 4 TDs.

6. Lemont (10-1)

Zach Brosseau had to hurry up.

7. Coal City (10-1)

Coalers’ gamble pays off.

8. Wilmington (10-2)

Can’t stop Mike Wolfe.

9. Plainfield North (7-3)

Season over.

10. Plainfield Central (6-4)

Season over.

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Coal City’s Ryland Tondini returned a punt 46 yards for the Coalers’ only touchdown in a 12-10 victory at Geneseo. Tondini also returned a punt 41 yards in the fourth quarter, setting up a game-winning field goal.

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