Saturday’s football scores

Alton Marquette 52, Bunker Hill 12

Aurora Central Catholic 62, Walther Christian Academy 0

Barrington 49, Schaumburg 20

Belleville West 42, Belleville East 0

Chicago (Carver Military) 28, Chicago CICS-Ellison 22

Chicago (Clark) 52, Clemente 14

Chicago (Hansberry College Prep) High School 26, Chicago (Noble Street Charter/ Muchin) 20

Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Rowe-Clark) 22, Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Pritzker) 20

Chicago (Solorio Academy) 49, Westinghouse 34

Chicago Sullivan 20, Prosser 0

Corliss 34, Harper 14

Dupo 41, Blue Ridge 6

Fairfield 36, Vienna-Goreville 12

Fulton 35, Morrison 13

Glenbard East 14, Aurora (East) 7

Hinsdale Central 31, Glenbard West 30

Joliet West 20, Plainfield Central 6

Lakewood St. Edward, Ohio 35, Naperville Central 14

Lawrenceville 30, Robinson 6

Loyola 35, St. Rita 3

Lyons 23, Downers North 6

Marist 41, St. Patrick 13

Marshall 33, Red Hill 0

Oakfield, Wis. 8, North Shore Country Day 6

Orr 36, Chicago Phoenix Academy 12

Paris 42, Union (Dugger), Ind. 6

Pawnee 42, East Alton-Wood River 32

Peoria Heights 36, Midwest Central 20

Peoria Heights 36, Havana 20

Phillips 51, Chicago King 14

Richards 14, Crane 12

Simeon def. North Lawndale, forfeit

Taft 63, Schurz 21

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