Corey Stolzenbach

The Huskies defeated Glenbard West 2-1 in the state quarterfinals at Oak Park-River Forest, knocking off the Hilltoppers for the second time in 10 days.
The Red Devils led wire to wire, riding the efforts of senior midfielder Jack Baderman (5-7, 140), who had two goals and an assist.
Josh Padilla, who has autism, entered Friday’s game following the opening kickoff and on the first play scored the first touchdown of his high school career.
Tigers’ sophomore Brandon Romero started at quarterback and ran for three touchdowns against the Broncos to help Elmwood Park snap a six-game losing streak.
Though Frankie Verna’s not a captain for the Tigers, if something goes wrong, he’s usually one of the first ones to speak up.
With the win over the Broncos, the Gators head to Ridgewood on Friday with their playoff hopes still alive.
Knights’ senior Colby Roundtree had a game to remember against the Tigers during the final home game of his career.
While the Chargers were overmatched by the Bronocs, running back Armone Elem created some excitement with a 79-yard run late in the game.
The Eagles entered the fourth quarter with the lead and a chance to win their first game of the season, but the Mustangs rallied behind Jacob Baker.