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St. Rita holds off Simeon’s late charge
St. Joseph guard Glynn Watson commits to Nebraska
Mount Carmel comes up short to national power Philadelphia St. Joseph
Darien Williams is a jack-of-all-trades in Robeson victory over Julian
Area Roundup: August 31
New St. Ignatius coach John O’Connor earns first win in rout
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Zion-Benton’s Admiral Schofield commits to Tennessee
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Saturday’s results
Area roundup: August 30
Strong second half lifts Crete-Monee over T.F. South
Dominic Christian, Hales surge in second half
Zach Fuller powers St. Patrick in rout
Waubonsie Valley takes advantage to get past Naperville Central
Downers North airs season premiere of David Edwards show
Offensive line pushes Cary-Grove past Wheaton North
Oswego completes ‘beautiful’ win over Batavia
Loss shows Maine East offensive line has room for improvement
Football Roundup: Brandon Babler scores two TDs to lead ACC over Wisconsin team
Defense dominant as Waukegan rolls in opener
Donahvon Vaughn, Glenbard West get best of WW South
Nolan Dean scores two TDs for Nazareth in rout of Bloomington
Daniel Santacaterina gives Geneva early Christmas present
Rachael Fara, Benet begin season with tourney title
Guerin embraces Holy Cross tradition during season-opening win over Ellison
Area Roundup: August 30
Inexperienced Larkin stymied by McHenry machine
Yorkville’s Hoffert twins back for one more run to glory
Keegan Smith’s All-State run boosts Huntley hopes
Jake Manning, Hampshire find means to an end
Zach Fuller powers St. Patrick in rout
After losing 30 seniors off last year's team, St. Patrick coach Dan Galente placed a heavy load on senior quarterback Zach Fuller. Fuller did not let his coach down as he threw four touchdowns and ran the Shamrock offense to perfection in the season against Taft at Lane on Saturday.
Aug. 30 10:58 p.m. |
Oswego completes ‘beautiful’ win over Batavia Football
Oswego completes ‘beautiful’ win over Batavia
Lightning flashed in the skies to the south Saturday night as Oswego coach Brian Cooney gathered his team in the end zone at Batavia High School. It figured. Lightning had just struck, figuratively, four times in the final 1:49 of his Panthers’ unbelievable 40-38 comeback victory over defending Class 6A state champion Batavia in a game that was delayed the night before by lightning.
Aug. 30 9:18 p.m. |

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