Herald-News top 10

1. Bolingbrook (1-0)

Off and running behind Aaron Bailey.

2. Lincoln-Way East (1-0)

Tom Fuessel debut is worth the wait.

3. Providence (1-0)

Celtics have star in Dominic Lagone.

4. Joliet Catholic (0-1)

“I’m good,” Ty Isaac says.

5. Lemont (1-0)

Defense big in rout of Little Village.

6. Morris (1-0)

Zach Cinnamon spices it up.

7. Minooka (0-1)

Joe Carnagio down, but not out.

8. Coal City (1-0)

Coalers earn one-point over [br][br]Wilmington.

9. Plainfield Central (1-0)

Easy win over Amundsen.

10. Wilmington (0-1)

Nick Anderson can’t save Wildcats.

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