Robeson claimed bragging rights over Julian and new coach David Underwood on Sunday at Gately.
Phil Brozynski's latest update on the volleyball scene.
Aug. 31 5:25 p.m. |
Nazareth’s offensive lineman Jack Shutack received offers from Rutgers and Minnesota, presenting the 6-foot-6, 295-pound prospect a chance to play in the conference he grew up watching in the Midwest.
Check out all the scores and highlights from Saturday's high school action.
Aug. 30 11:39 p.m. |
After picking up just one first down in the first half Saturday night, Crete-Monee needed a spark. Elijah Douglas provided one in a hurry.
Dominic Christian scored three second-half TDs as Hales overcame early turnover problems and went on to a 34-6 win over Bogan.
Aug. 30 11:09 p.m. |
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. |
The defending Class 8A state champions stumbled out of the gate and the Warriors certainly took advantage, prevailing 20-6.
Downers North quarterback David Edwards, who will play tight end at Wisconsin next season, can do it all.
Aug. 30 10:27 p.m. |
The Cary-Grove offensive line dominated as the Trojans downed Wheaton North 38-28.
Aug. 30 9:25 p.m. |
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. |
CHICAGO — “Who? East! Who? East!” was the chant in the Maine East football team’s huddle before the Blue Demons took on Schurz in their...