Friday’s scores

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THURSDAY’S RESULTS

FOOTBALL

BIG SHOULDERS

Amundsen vs. Young at Rockne, 4:15

HEARTLAND

Brooks 47, Austin 0

Collins 22, Hope 20

Collins (2-5): Yaree Craft 2 sacks; Jameione Morris 45-yd INT return TD

INTER-CITY 1

Farragut 28, Little Village 8

Marine 51, Prosser 27

LAND OF LINCOLN

Phillips 53, Raby 34

PRAIRIE STATE

Perspectives vs. Robeson at Stagg, 4:15

RED BIRD

Lane 52, Foreman 14

Simeon 46, Dunbar 6

SECOND CITY

Lake View 33, Chicago Academy 8

Lake View (4-3): Alex Murphy 3 rushing TD (3, 8, 24)

Uplift 28, Manley 0

WINDY CITY

Hyde Park 40, Washington 33

Kenwood 27, DuSable 22

BIG NORTHERN EAST

Genoa-Kingston 28, North Boone 23

Harvard 48, Rockford Christian 0

Richmond-Burton 14, Burlington Central 13, OT

CENTRAL SUBURBAN NORTH

Deerfield 62, Maine West 40

ON HSC: Glenbrook North 31, Niles North 6

Highland Park 46, Maine East 16

CENTRAL SUBURBAN SOUTH

Evanston 27, Waukegan 6

Glenbrook South 42, New Trier 14

ON HSC: Maine South 35, Niles West 20

DUPAGE VALLEY

Glenbard North 40, Naperville Central 34

Naperville North 40, Glenbard East 14

Wheaton North 48, West Aurora 7

WW South 28, Lake Park 0

EAST SUBURBAN CATHOLIC

ON HSC: Notre Dame 45, Marist 35

FOX VALLEY FOX

Crystal Lake Central 46, Woodstock North 33

Grayslake North 24, Grayslake Central 21

Hampshire 48, Woodstock 7

FOX VALLEY VALLEY

Huntley 42, McHenry 14

Jacobs 36, Cary-Grove 35

Prairie Ridge 42, Dundee-Crown 0

INTERSTATE EIGHT LARGE

Peotone 33, Coal City 26

Plano 32, Manteno 19

Sandwich 30, Herscher 14

INTERSTATE EIGHT SMALL

Lisle 28, Westmont 0

Seneca 37, Dwight 6

Wilmington 48, Reed-Custer 26

METRO SUBURBAN

Glenbard South 42, Fenton 14

Riverside-Brookfield 42, Elmwood Park 7

MID-SUBURBAN EAST

ON HSC: Hersey 43, Elk Grove 42

Rolling Meadows 37, Prospect 6

Wheeling 30, Buffalo Grove 6

MID-SUBURBAN WEST

ON HSC: Barrington 32, Conant 20

ON HSC: Fremd 28, Palatine 26

Schaumburg 35, Hoffman Estates 7

Schaumburg (7-0, 3-0): Stacey Smith Jr. 2-for-7, 30 yds, TD; 14 caries, 185 yds, 3 TD

NORTH SUBURBAN LAKE

Lake Forest 31, Libertyville 7

Lake Zurich 48, Zion-Benton 14

Stevenson 35, Mundelein 14

NORTH SUBURBAN PRAIRIE

Antioch 27, Wauconda 17

Grant 54, Round Lake 21

Lakes 42, Vernon Hills 7

NORTHEASTERN ATHLETIC

Christian Life 55, Christian Liberty 0

Hope Academy 48, Westminster Christian 0

Ottawa Marquette 48, Mooseheart 0

NORTHERN ILLINOIS BIG 12 EAST

DeKalb 40, Morris 14

Kaneland 41, Yorkville 0

Kaneland (2-5): Billy Sullivan 76-yd INT return for TD

Sycamore 42, Rochelle 33

SOUTH SUBURBAN BLUE

Bremen 35, Hillcrest 7

Bremen (6-1, 5-0 South Suburban Blue): Tyler Banovich 242 yards passing, 4 TDs

ON HSC: Tinley Park 27, T.F. South 18

ON HSC: T.F. North 41, Lemont 40

SOUTH SUBURBAN RED

ON HSC: Evergreen Park 21, Eisenhower 13

ON HSC: Reavis 20, Oak Lawn 6

ON HSC: Richards 27, Argo 0

SOUTHLAND

ON HSC: Crete-Monee 12, Bloom 7

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE

Oswego 35, Plainfield North 6

ON HSC: Oswego East 44, Minooka 0

ON HSC: Plainfield East 21, Romeoville 6

Plainfield South 41, Plainfield Central 13

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN BLUE

ON HSC: Bolingbrook 31, Homewood-Flossmoor 24, OT

ON HSC: Lincoln-Way East 31, Sandburg 13

Stagg 61, Joliet West 35

Stagg (4-3): Adam Pilota 7-12, 259 yds, 4 passing TD, 2 rushing TD (50, 5)

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN RED

Andrew 35, Thornwood 14

Bradley-Bourbonnais 34, Thornridge 13

Lincoln-Way Central 29, Thornton 21

Lincoln-Way West 43, Lincoln-Way North 38

SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN

ON HSC: Marmion 26, St. Francis 20

ON HSC: Montini 40, Marian Central 35

ON HSC: St. Edward 60, Wheaton Academy 21

UPSTATE EIGHT RIVER

ON HSC: Batavia 44, St. Charles North 7

ON HSC: Geneva 42, Elgin 20

ON HSC: St. Charles East 42, Streamwood 27

UPSTATE EIGHT VALLEY

Metea Valley 52, East Aurora 28

ON HSC: Neuqua Valley 40, Waubonsie Valley 25

South Elgin 63, West Chicago 20

WEST SUBURBAN GOLD

Downers South 47, Willowbrook 14

Leyden 28, Morton 0

WEST SUBURBAN SILVER

ON HSC: Downers North 28, York 7

NONCONFERENCE

Bartlett 20, Larkin 7

ON HSC: Brother Rice 38, Bishop McNamara 28

ON HSC: Crystal Lake South 34, Johnsburg 7

Hinsdale Central 17, Hinsdale South 7

Joliet Catholic 30, Carmel 14

Loyola 48, De La Salle 0

Mount Carmel 56, St. Laurence 0

Mount Carmel (6-1): Jimmy Mickens 8 carries, 193 yds, 3 rushing TD (54, 34, 94); Justin Pebbles 4 car, 115 yds, 2 rushing TD (53, 41)

Oak Forest 40, Shepard 14

Ridgewood 49, Crossroads 8

ON HSC: St. Viator 45, Washington (Ind.) 6

Stillman Valley 49, Marengo 7

ON HSC: St. Rita 51, St. Ignatius 13

Warren 61, North Chicago 38

BOYS SOCCER

Illiana Christian 2, Elmwood Park 1

Joliet Central 3, Joliet West 0

Joliet Central (5-11-1, 1-3 SouthWest Suburban Blue): Oscar Garduno, Giovanni Vivas goal each; Jaime Reyes 4 saves

Wheeling 2, Buffalo Grove 1

Wheeling: Nate Laude, Elias Cisneros goal each

U-High 3, Elgin Academy 1

CLASS 1A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS

INDIAN CREEK

Indian Creek 9, Riverdale 2

Indian Creek: Tim Sommerfeld 6 Goals

NEWARK

Newark vs. Plano

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Rich East d. Seton Academy 25-7, 25-15

ST. CHARLES EAST

Lincoln-Way Central d. WW South 19-25, 25-16, 25-16

Lincoln-Way Central (17-5): Maria Brown 11 kills, 3 aces, 4 digs; Jacqueline Langer 8 kills, 13 digs; Mariel Leibovitz 23 assists

Lincoln-Way East d. Rockford Guilford 25-19, 25-11

Lincoln-Way East d. Edwardsville 25-17, 25-23

St. Charles East d. Oak Forest 25-15, 25-9

St. Charles East: Megan Schildmeyer 8 kills, 2 aces, 3 digs; Anne Hughes 2 assists, 10 digs

St. Charles East d. Prairie Ridge 25-19, 26-24

St. Ignatius d. Richmond-Burton 25-15, 25-16

St. Ignatius (20-9): Katie Gallagher 10 kills; Kate McNamara 11 assists

HUNTLEY

Huntley d. Sycamore 25-18, 25-18

Huntley (13-9): Rachel Kisten 4 kills; Kelsey DeWulf 15 assists

Huntley d. Johnsburg 25-18, 25-18

Huntley: Erin Lyman 8 kills; DeWulf 20 assists

LITTLE TEN

Newark d. Somonauk 25-17, 25-14

GIRLS SWIMMING

Hinsdale Central 109, York 77

New Trier 126 2., Evanston 60

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