Herald-News Week 6 picks


Tina’s picks

Providence 28, Brother Rice 17

Coal City 30, Plano 7

Lemont 45, T.F. South 3

Minooka 36, Plainfield South 30

Plainfield N. 42, Romeoville 7

L-W East 36, Bolingbrook 30

L-W Central 50, Joliet West 28

Lincoln-Way West 21, Thornton 7

Joliet Catholic 17, St. Patrick  14

Sandburg 38, Joliet Central 7

Dick’s picks

Providence 24, Brother Rice 21

Coal City 20, Plano 7

Lemont 37, T.F. South 20

Minooka 27, Plainfield South 14

Plainfield N. 35, Romeoville 21

Bolingbrook 28, L-W East 21

Joliet West 27, L-W Central 24

Lincoln-Way West 14, Thornton 12

Joliet Catholic 34, St. Patrick 21

Sandburg 27, Joliet Central 12

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