Inter-City conference preview

INTER-CITY

Outlook: Multiple story lines play out in the four divisions, where new programs begin first-year of varsity competition and older teams such as Crane and Clemente try to revive struggling programs.

Top 10 players Ht. Wt. Yr.

FB Jonathan Alvarez, Roosevelt 5-11 195 Sr.

RB Hassam Anderson, UrP-Bronz. 5-10 205 Sr.

QB Raheem Barnes, Urb.P-West 6-3 190 Jr.

OT Jonathan Bournes, Ag. Science 6-5 240 Sr.

TE Corey Brown, Clemente 6-4 220 Sr.

RB Kevin Davis, Comer 5-9 180 Sr.

C Fernando Escurado, Kelvyn Pk. 5-10 245 Sr.

DL Tyrone Kincaid, Douglass 6-1 180 Jr.

QB Daniel Matias, Golder 5-9 160 Sr.

FB Kevin Tello, Pritzker 6-1 240 Sr.

Quote: “We have our whole team back and we should be the favorites, but we’re not pumping our chests out about it. We’re still pretty humble.” — Urban Prep-West coach Keith Davis.

Predicted finish: Inter-City 1: Roosevelt, Kelvyn Park, Phoenix, Marine, Clemente, Douglass, Farragut. Inter-City 2: Urban Prep-West, Kennedy, Juarez, Hirsch, Gage Park, Bronzeville, Dyett. Inter-City 3: Pritzker, Comer, Rowe-Clark, Golder, Noble Street, Rauner, UIC. Inter-City 4: Ag. Science, Urban Prep-Bronzeville, Tilden, Hawkins, Johnson, Solorio, Crane.


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