Hinsdale Central’s Matt Bjorson lines up against Glenbard West. October 7, 2017. Allen Cunningham / For the Sun-Times.

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Saturday, October 7, 2017

Barrington 47, Hoffman Estates 21

Benton/Scales Mound 27, Riverdale, Wis. 7

Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Comer) 22, Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Johnson) 18

Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Pritzker) 28, Chicago (Noble Street Charter/UIC) 12

Chicago (Noble Street/Butler) def. Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Golder), forfeit

Chicago (Perspectives/Calumet Technology) 44, Brooks Academy 20

Chicago (Solorio Academy) 54, South Shore 6

Chicago (Urban Prep Charter/ Englewood) 13, Chicago King 2

Chicago Ag Science 33, Chicago (C. Military Academy-Bronzeville) 0

Chicago Heights (Bloom Twp.) 55, Kankakee 7

Chicago Roosevelt def. Douglass, forfeit

Eldorado 36, Edwards County 7

Fenger 60, Juarez 0

Glenbard West 14, Hinsdale Central 9

Hamilton (West Hancock) 46, South Beloit 8

IC Catholic 59, Wheaton Academy 7

Lawrenceville 14, Blue Ridge 8

Lincoln Park 42, North Lawndale 12

Lisle (Benet Academy) 17, Joliet Catholic 14

Loyola 49, Leo 7

Orangeville 55, Kirkland Hiawatha 24

Oswego East 98, Plainfield Central 3

Rich Central 34, Rich East 28

Springfield 47, Eisenhower 0

St. Bede 12, Monmouth-Roseville 5

Westinghouse 20, Chicago Vocational 8

Williams Bay Faith Christian, Wis. 48, Westminster Christian 6

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