Maine South remains king of CSL South

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Maine South 42, Glenbrook South 21 THE SKINNY The Hawks, who are ranked No. 20 by the Chicago Sun-Times, scored on the opening possession of the game Friday and never looked back in their thorough beating of Glenbrook South in Park Ridge. It was Maine South’s 61st consecutive victory in CSL South play, and the Hawks (3-2 overall, 1-0 conference) are in the driver’s seat for another league title. TURNING POINT The Titans (4-1, 0-1) started the second half with a long scoring drive, capped by senior Steven Schroeder’s 1-yard run, to get within 21-7. Butthe Hawks responded right away with one of their own, getting into the end zone on sophomore Brian Collis’ 7-yard touchdownpass to senior George Sajenko with 4 minutes, 32 seconds left in the third quarter. THE STAR In his first game back since getting injured in Week 2, Maine South senior Clay Burdelik ran 12 times for 131 yards and scored three touchdowns, including a 21-yarder that gave the Hawks a 35-7 lead with1:57to go in the third quarter. BY THE NUMBERS Junior Justin Fahey also had a big night in the backfield for the Hawks. He carried the ball 15 times for 120 yards and scored a touchdown. Collis finished 12-for-19 for 106 yards and a score. Sajenko caught seven passes for 57 yards and the touchdown. For the Titans, senior Brett Laurie touched the ball five times on offense for 126 total yards and scored once. Senior Cody Carroll had seven catches for 94 yards. QUOTABLE “We showed that we have a complete running game. We have athletes that can run and an offensive line that was opening up huge holes. Teams better watch out for us.” — Burdelik

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