Cube’s Featured Game: Libertyville takes on Bradley-Bourbonnais

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Libertyville’s quarterback Riley Lees (6) releases a pass during a varsity football class 7A semifinal playoff game at Libertyville High School in Libertyville, Illinois on Saturday November 22, 2014. | Tim Carroll

This week’s Chicagoland featured game will be none other than the Libertyville/Bradley-Bourbonnais match-up. The No. 3 team in the state, Libertyville, is stacked with talent from their star QB, Riley Lees, to their insane defensive end Ben Kimpler. There is no doubt as to why people may believe Libertyville will run away with it. If one thing is true though, it is never underestimate your opponent and Bradley-Bourbonnais comes into this game red hot. Winners of their last four, Bradley will look to extend that lead into the championship game when they clash with the Wildcats of Libertyville.

It won’t be an easy task as Lees is notorious for tearing up the defense but look to Aaron Byrd and the defensive line to hopefully put a stop to this incredible squad.

This game will be a doozy and one you will not want to miss, as both Bradley and Libertyville eye that championship spot!

Key Players to watch:

BRADLEY-BOURBONNAIS: Aaron Byrd, Owen Starr, Camron Harrell

LIBERTYVILLE: Riley Lees, Ben Kimpler, Riley Buncic


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