2019 Class 3A state football playoff scores and pairings

The full playoff pairings and all the scores for Class 3A.

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Championship will be played on Friday, Nov. 29 at NIU’s Huskie Stadium in DeKalb.

Class 3A
Championship
Williamsville 46, Byron 42

Semifinals
(2) Byron 7, (1) Princeton 3
(2) Williamsville 28, (9) Quincy Notre Dame 23

Quarterfinals
(1) Princeton 38, (5) Paxton-Buckley-Loda 12
(2) Byron 32, (3) Wilmington 0
(9) Quincy Notre Dame 21, (5) Breese Mater Dei 19
(2) Williamsville 56, (3) Vandalia 28

Second Round
(1) Princeton 16, (9) Spring Valley Hall 0
(5) Paxton-Buckley-Loda 27, (4) Farmington 7
(2) Byron 42, (7) Du-Pec 14
(3) Wilmington 28, (6) Eureka 7
(9) Quincy Notre Dame 21, (1) Beardstown 7
(5) Breese Mater Dei 21, (4) Fairfield 6
(2) Williamsville 48, (7) DuQuoin 14
(3) Vandalia 23, (6) Mt. Carmel, Ill. 20

First Round
(1) Princeton 61, (16) North Boone 26
(9) Spring Valley Hall 20, (8) Peotone 0
(4) Farmington 28, (13) Seneca 14
(5) Paxton-Buckley-Loda 46, (12) Carver 6
(2) Byron 50, (15) Alleman 28
(7) Du-Pec 44, (10) Harlan 12
(3) Wilmington 24, (14) Lisle 12
(6) Eureka 58, (11) Dunbar 8
(1) Beardstown 31, (16) Newton 6
(9) Quincy Notre Dame 42, (8) Greenville 32
(4) Fairfield 36, (13) Alton Marquette 8
(5) Breese Mater Dei 56, (12) West Frankfort 0
(2) Williamsville 54, (15) St. Joseph-Ogden 26
(7) DuQuoin 28, (10) Monticello 25
(3) Vandalia 7, (14) North Mac 0
(6) Mt. Carmel, Ill. 35, (11) Carlinville 7

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