High school football scores: Week 5

All the scores from around the area.

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Fenger’s Kentrell Johnson (23) runs for a touchdown against DuSable.

Fenger’s Kentrell Johnson (23) runs for a touchdown against DuSable.

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Saturday, September 24

RED CENTRAL

Hansberry 46, Rauner 6

Speer 18, Catalyst-Maria 12

RED NORTH

Lane 24, Young 15

Westinghouse 34, Clark 30

RED NORTH-CENTRAL

Mather 32, Steinmetz 8

Schurz 58, Von Steuben 36

RED SOUTH

Morgan Park 22, Kenwood 13

RED SOUTH-CENTRAL

Dunbar 22, Bogan 0

Hyde Park 20, Ag. Science 14

RED SOUTHEAST

Comer 26, Carver 20

Dyett 18, Vocational 8

Goode 48, Corliss 24

RED WEST

North Lawndale 14, Raby 0

BLUE CENTRAL

Johnson 28, Longwood 0

BLUE NORTH

Clemente 32, Foreman 6

BLUE SOUTHEAST

Chicago Military 30, Washington 14

BLUE SOUTHWEST

Back of the Yards 16, Gage Park 0

Lindblom 46, Solorio 0

BLUE WEST

Marshall 56, Kelly 12

SOUTH SUBURBAN RED

Evergreen Park 28, Reavis 21

WEST SUBURBAN SILVER

York 27, Lyons 14

NONCONFERENCE

Christ the King 50, Walther Christian 6

Glenbard West 48, Addison Trail 14

Loyola 41, Fenwick 7

St. Francis 69, Champaign Central 14

Friday, September 23

RED CENTRAL

Pritzker 40, UIC Prep 0

RED NORTH

Phillips 12, Taft 9

RED NORTH-CENTRAL

Lake View 20, Senn 0

RED SOUTH

Brooks 18, Curie 14

Simeon 56, Hubbard 0

RED SOUTH-CENTRAL

Perspectives 28, Chicago Richards 12

RED SOUTHEAST

South Shore 44, Julian 6

RED WEST

Bulls Prep 34, Lincoln Park 12

Payton 45, Kennedy 8

BLUE NORTH

Chicago Academy 21, Prosser 12

BLUE SOUTHEAST

Fenger 18, Bowen 12

CENTRAL SUBURBAN NORTH

Deerfield 24, Vernon Hills 21

Highland Park 29, Niles North 6

Maine West 42, Maine East 0

CENTRAL SUBURBAN SOUTH

Glenbrook South 31, Niles West 0

Maine South 43, Glenbrook North 0

New Trier 17, Evanston 10

DUKANE

Batavia 35, Glenbard North 6

St. Charles North 35, Geneva 20

Wheaton North 28, Lake Park 7

Wheaton-Warrenville South 27, St. Charles East 0

DUPAGE VALLEY

Metea Valley 17, Waubonsie Valley 7

Naperville North 38, DeKalb 21

Neuqua Valley 14, Naperville Central 7

FOX VALLEY

Burlington Central 24, Crystal Lake South 20

Crystal Lake Central 37, Dundee-Crown 24

Huntley 37, Jacobs 20

McHenry 12, Hampshire 8

Prairie Ridge 27, Cary-Grove 16

ILLINOIS CENTRAL EIGHT

Coal City 31, Lisle 0

Manteno 38, Streator 22

Reed-Custer 41, Peotone 0

Wilmington 56, Herscher 20

KISHWAUKEE BLUE

Marengo 43, Harvard 10

Richmond-Burton 49, Plano 6

KISHWAUKEE WHITE

Kaneland 41, Ottawa 14

Morris 49, LaSalle-Peru 7

Woodstock 27, Woodstock North 20

METRO SUBURBAN BLUE

Bishop McNamara 49, Elmwood Park 14

IC Catholic 75, Aurora Central 6

METRO SUBURBAN RED

Aurora Christian 27, Chicago Christian 0

Riverside-Brookfield 35, St. Edward 7

MID-SUBURBAN EAST

Elk Grove 28, Buffalo Grove 14

Hersey 41, Prospect 34 (OT)

Rolling Meadows 34, Wheeling 6

MID-SUBURBAN WEST

Barrington 27, Schaumburg 14

Hoffman Estates 45, Conant 44

Palatine 31, Fremd 7

NORTH SUBURBAN

Lake Forest 35, Zion-Benton 7

Lake Zurich 23, Warren 14

Libertyville 41, Waukegan 8

Stevenson 35, Mundelein 6

NORTHERN LAKE COUNTY

Antioch 49, Grayslake North 6

Grant 38, Round Lake 7

Lakes 41, North Chicago 0

Wauconda 40, Grayslake Central 7

SOUTH SUBURBAN BLUE

Bremen 37, TF North 6

Hillcrest 22, TF South 13

Lemont 44, Tinley Park 6

SOUTH SUBURBAN RED

Argo 27, Oak Lawn 10

Richards 49, Shepard 36

SOUTHLAND

Kankakee 56, Thornwood 6

Rich Township 40, Bloom 0

Thornton 33, Thornridge 0

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE EAST

Plainfield Central 30, Joliet West 22

Plainfield East 41, Joliet Central 6

Plainfield South 42, Romeoville 6

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE WEST

Minooka 18, Oswego 8

Oswego East 21, West Aurora 3

Plainfield North 24, Yorkville 0

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN BLUE

Lincoln-Way East 42, Bolingbrook 32

Sandburg 34, Lockport 3

SOUTHWEST SUBURBAN RED

Andrew 14, Lincoln-Way Central 7

Lincoln-Way West 36, Stagg 0

UPSTATE EIGHT

Elgin 48, West Chicago 20

Glenbard East 42, Streamwood 8

Glenbard South 47, Bartlett 6

Larkin 37, Fenton 10

South Elgin 52, East Aurora 20

VERMILION VALLEY NORTH

Dwight 33, Momence 28

Seneca 35, Iroquois West 0

WEST SUBURBAN GOLD

Downers Grove South 46, Proviso East 28

Hinsdale South 27, Morton 17

Willowbrook 35, Leyden 7

WEST SUBURBAN SILVER

Downers Grove North 49, Proviso West 0

Hinsdale Central 22, Oak Park-River Forest 19

NONCONFERENCE

Benet 20, Marian Catholic 14

Brother Rice 42, De La Salle 7

Crete-Monee 48, Joliet Catholic 42

Homewood-Flossmoor 20, Bradley-Bourbonnais 17

Hope Academy 40, Ottawa Marquette 25

Johnsburg 42, Kingdom Prep, Wis. 6

Marist 42, Marmion 0

Montini 38, Leo 14

Mount Carmel 41, St. Ignatius 17

Nazareth 45, Carmel 24

Notre Dame 33, St. Viator 7

Oak Forest 34, Eisenhower 25

Providence 52, Marian Central 26

St. Laurence 31, DePaul Prep 24

St. Rita 27, St. Patrick 0

Sycamore 34, Rochelle 0

Thursday, September 22

RED NORTH-CENTRAL

Amundsen 42, Sullivan 0

RED SOUTH-CENTRAL

UP-Bronzeville 26, King 8

RED WEST

Crane 23, Little Village 6

BLUE CENTRAL

Muchin 14, Noble Academy 8

BLUE NORTH

Roosevelt 22, Marine 12

BLUE SOUTHEAST

Harlan 26, DuSable 0

METRO SUBURBAN BLUE

Wheaton Academy 47, Ridgewood 0

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