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Linebacker Curtwan Evans scooped up a fumble near the sideline and took the ball 85 yards for a Lake Park touchdown. The Lancers beat West Aurora, 35-0.

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Javon Turner broke four tackles en route to a 34-7 win over Hinsdale South.

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Waukegan wide receiver Jaleel Darr-Duffle put the Bulldogs on the board first, though Maine South ran away with a 40-14 win.

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Waubonsie Valley running back Jon Fizer took a handoff up the middle and broke loose for a 65-yard touchdown, one of five first-half scores for the Warriors in a 55-10 win over Metea Valley.

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Evergreen Park wide receiver Jacquet McClendon hauled in a 89-yard touchdown from Sean Ryan, one of his four scores in a 50-13 win over Reavis.

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Warren quarterback Andrew Nickell hit wide receiver Caleb Reams down the sideline for a 22-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter of a 31-19 loss to Lake Forest.

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Evergreen Park running back Keyshawn Carpenter broke multiple tackles en route to a 36-yard run in the second quarter of a 50-13 win over Reavis.

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Larkin running back Damion Clemens took a handoff on the first play from scrimmage and went 85 yards untouched. St. Charles East, however, enjoyed a 55-12 win.

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Lyons quarterback Tommy Fielder scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 8-yard keeper in a 21-20 win over Proviso West.

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Carmel quarterback Nick Grandolfo kept the ball and ran 38 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of a 24-21 win over Notre Dame.

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