Friday’s football scores

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DaQuan Cross (21) of West Aurora runs a kickoff back for a touchdown against Maine South. Worsom Robinson/ For the Sun-Times.

PREP FOOTBALL

Class 1A

First Round

Athens 60, Pawnee 22

Forreston 67, Luther North 0

Stark County 35, Westminster Christian 14

Class 2A

First Round

Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 35, El Paso-Gridley 7

Class 3A

First Round

Carlinville 76, East Alton-Wood River 19

Farmington 40, Winnebago 36

Wilmington 51, Corliss 8

Class 4A

First Round

Aurora Central Catholic 20, Wheaton Academy 0

Belleville (Althoff Catholic) 53, Carterville 14

Genoa (Genoa-Kingston) 35, Coal City 10

Herscher 42, Illinois Valley Central 0

Manteno 28, Plano 10

Mt. Zion 41, Olney East Richland 0

Rochester 52, Bethalto Civic Memorial 7

Rockford Lutheran 34, Richmond-Burton 13

Taylorville 32, Alton Marquette 24

Class 5A

First Round

Hillcrest 28, Glenbard South 27

Peoria (H.S.) 21, Dunlap 9

Rich Central 28, Woodstock North 0

Woodstock Marian 49, Payton 14

Class 6A

First Round

Antioch 29, Wauconda 28

Cary-Grove 34, Wheeling 8

DeKalb 35, Marmion 20

Grayslake North 42, Lakes Community 28

Lake Forest 40, Riverside-Brookfield 7

Lemont 35, Oak Forest 13

Montini 41, St. Ignatius 8

Rock Island 17, Thornton Fractional South 14

Sacred Heart-Griffin (Springfield) 57, Normal West 20

Shepard 41, Morgan Park 7

Class 7A

First Round

Bradley-Bourbonnais 42, Libertyville 17

Glenbard North 49, Pekin 0

Glenbrook North 17, Simeon 7

Lake Zurich 40, Machesney Park Harlem 0

Lincoln Way Central 50, Reavis 20

Lisle (Benet Academy) 23, Hoffman Estates 0

Rockford Auburn 22, St. Rita 21

Rolling Meadows 44, Thornwood 12

Class 8A

First Round

Barrington 28, Leyden 7

Edwardsville 23, Oak Park River Forest 20

Huntley 21, Stevenson 20

Lyons 25, Naperville North 23

Maine South 42, Aurora (West Aurora) 40

New Trier 31, Marist 24

Oswego 10, Joliet West 9

St. Charles East 45, Lockport 0

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