Week 4 in pictures: 10 standout high school football photos

A look back at 10 outstanding images from Week 4 of the high school football season.

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Maine South’s Ryan Pothast (2) shows his athleticism with a one-handed catch for a touchdown against Prospect.

Maine South’s Ryan Pothast (2) shows his athleticism with a one-handed catch for a touchdown against Prospect.

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Fenger coach Jouscelyn “Knikkie” Mayfield reacts amidst her football team after winning the game against DuSable.

Fenger coach Jouscelyn “Knikkie” Mayfield reacts amidst her football team after winning the game against DuSable.

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Prospect’s Conor Mitchell (8) puts a big hit on Maine South’s Michael Dellumo (36).

Prospect’s Conor Mitchell (8) puts a big hit on Maine South’s Michael Dellumo (36).

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Mount Caramel’s Maurice Davis (4) and Damarrion Arrington (1) join Denny Furlong (11) as he celebrates after one of his touchdowns against Marist.

Mount Caramel’s Maurice Davis (4) and Damarrion Arrington (1) join Denny Furlong (11) as he celebrates after one of his touchdowns against Marist.

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McHenry’s Zach Manness (11) stretches for the ball and holds on for a long reception.

McHenry’s Zach Manness (11) stretches for the ball and holds on for a long reception.

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Mount Carmel head coach Jordan Lynch celebrates with Blainey Dowling (7) after one of the quarterback’s touchdown passes.

Mount Carmel head coach Jordan Lynch celebrates with Blainey Dowling (7) after one of the quarterback’s touchdown passes.

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Fenger coach Jouscelyn “Knikkie” Mayfield embraces DuSable coach Konesha “K” Rhea after the game.

Fenger coach Jouscelyn “Knikkie” Mayfield embraces DuSable coach Konesha “K” Rhea after the game.

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Mount Carmel’s new screen gives the fans the opportunity to see replays during the game.

Mount Carmel’s new screen gives the fans the opportunity to see replays during the game.

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McHenry’s Joey Crowly (21) elevates to catch a pass despite the defense of Cary-Grove’s Jack Rocen (34).

McHenry’s Joey Crowly (21) elevates to catch a pass despite the defense of Cary-Grove’s Jack Rocen (34).

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DuSable coach Konesha “K” Rhea (left) and Fenger coach Jouscelyn “Knikkie” Mayfield (right) accept Certificates of Excellence for coaching the first high school football game in history between two female coaches.

DuSable coach Konesha “K” Rhea (left) and Fenger coach Jouscelyn “Knikkie” Mayfield (right) accept Certificates of Excellence for coaching the first high school football game in history between two female coaches.

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