Daily Herald: Palatine comeback buries Brother Rice

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Palatine’s football team dug itself a deep hole on Saturday. Fortunately for the Pirates, they have lots of shovels.

Palatine roared back from the 17-point deficit it was facing late in the the third quarter to stun Brother Rice 28-24 Saturday in the Class 8A quarterfinals in Palatine.

The Pirates (9-2), who were seeded 13th, will host top-seeded Loyola next Saturday for the right to play in the state championship game on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

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