IHSA state football playoff scores

All the scores from the semifinals.

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Willowbrook’s Jimmy Degnan (14) reacts after Adrian Guerrero (32) kicks a field goal against Wheaton North.

Willowbrook’s Jimmy Degnan (14) reacts after Adrian Guerrero (32) kicks a field goal against Wheaton North.

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Illinois High School Association state playoff semifinals

Class 8A

Lockport 35, Loyola 21
Maine South 35, Marist 33

Class 7A

Wheaton North 45, Brother Rice 27
St. Rita 42, Prospect 20

Class 6A

Cary-Grove 40, Lake Forest 7
East St. Louis 54, Crete-Monee 13

Class 5A

Fenwick 17, Sycamore 6
Kankakee 41, Morton, Ill. 14

Class 4A

Joliet Catholic 35, Richmond-Burton 18
Sacred Heart-Griffin 49, Rochester 42

Class 3A

Byron 15, IC Catholic 14
Tolono Unity 28, Mt. Carmel, Ill. 21

Class 2A

Wilmington 42, Tri-Valley 14
Nashville 37, St. Teresa 35

Class 1A

Lena-Winslow 28, Ridgeview-Lexington 12
Carrollton 28, Central A&M 14

IHSA state final schedule
all games at Huskie Stadium in DeKalb

1A: Lena-Winslow vs. Carrollton, Fri., 10 a.m.

2A: Wilmington vs. Nashville, Fri., 1

3A: Byron vs. Tolono Unity, Fri., 4

4A: Joliet Catholic vs. Sacred Heart-Griffin, Fri., 7

5A: Fenwick vs. Kankakee, Sat., 10 a.m.

6A: Cary-Grove vs. East St. Louis, Sat., 1

7A: Wheaton North vs. St. Rita, Sat., 4

8A: Lockport vs. Maine South, Sat., 7

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