Time runs out for West Aurora against Plainfield East

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Plainfield East 14, West Aurora 7: The visiting Blackhawks (0-2) came up short in their bid to tie the game as the Plainfield East defense made a stop on fourth-and-goal at the 6-yard line with 28 seconds remaining in the game.

The Bengals’ Jake Mayon had 181 rushing yards and a touchdown.

Daquan Cross had West’s lone touchdown and ran 13 times for 65 yards.

Rochelle 14, East Aurora 7: The Tomcats (0-2) spotted the home team a 14-0 lead but came up short in their comeback bid, sparked by a Nathan Booker TD run on a 1-yard plunge to cap a long scoring drive.

“We threw three interceptions in the first half,” coach Kurt Becker said. “We’ve just gotta get the kids started. We can’t wait to start playing.”

Yorkville 47, Sandwich 7: Running back Michael Kurtz ran for 188 yards and three TDs, including scores of 41 and 42 in the first quarter, as the Foxes (2-0) bolted to a big lead in the first quarter and cruised. Nathan Scott had TD passes of 16 and 65 yards to Tynan Leachman.

Sandwich, which fell to 0-2, scored on a halfback option pass from Trevor Dabbert to Zach Dabbert.

Kaneland 49, Marshall 6: Quarterback Jake Marczuk completed 21-of-27 passes for 221 yards and four touchdowns as the Knights climbed to 2-0. Marczuk scoring passes went to Tyler Paulson (15 yards), Kevin Fuchs (2), Connor Fedderly (31) and Mitchel Groen (6).

Fedderly finished with 10 receptions for 120 yards and Giovanni Regalado ran four times for 61 yards and one score. Marczuk and Alec Aurelio also had rushing touchdowns.

Plano 65, Westmont 21: The Reapers (1-1) erupted for 35 first-quarter points against a team that scored 56 in week 1. Running back Tony Elias-Cadena ran 27 times for 245 yards and five touchdowns. Fellow senior Anthony Nevarez-Corral added 108 rushing yards on 10 carries.

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