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School Football - Week 7
week 7 of high school football
kicks off, many are calling this
‘statement weekend.’ Things got
started with a very impressive
victory for Simeon
over Hyde Park
(6). The Wolverines scored early and often in this contest by the skills of
quarterback Quincy Skanes, who
passed for two touchdowns;
Ronnie Oliver, who scored 3
touchdowns; and Brandon Nolan who scored twice including an 80-yard
Now going into Friday night
lights, there are some
conference showdowns, such as
St. Rita vs. Providence;
Mount Carmel took on Brother Rice;
and T.F. South
visit at Hillcrest.
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Providence D-E-F-E-N-S-E steps
up for a BIG win...
The Mustangs are coming off of
victory last week over
54-18 with lots and
lots of confidence. This week, they are
5-1 (3-0) Providence behind
the hot defensive play of
DB Peter Houlihan, who had two
interception returns for TDs last week,
has played well.
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Prior to the game, coach Todd
Kuska said ‘‘I like where we are at as a
team. Even when [Jahwon] Akui went
to the sidelines against Mount Carmel, Travis Starks stepped in and the
running game didn’t miss a beat. ... But we’re not where we need to be. We
want to keep improving and peak in November.’’
The Celtics haven't tasted
defeat since their season opener against Lincoln-Way East and they
continue to roll. Their
overall game plan was to
control the high-powered offensive play of quarterback Rob Gallik and
Jahwon Akui (1,386 yards
and 25 touchdowns) and they
stuck with it for 48 minutes.
night, Akui suffered a strained Achilles tendon in the second quarter
which kept him out for the rest of the game and the Mustangs just couldn't
get their offense started due to the play of
DL Steve Laski, Bruce Gaston and LB Ron McNamara. A key interception by
Dominic Quaranta in the third quarter gave the Celtics the back ball and
running back Tim Hanrahan scored the only touchdown on a 10-yard scamper
with a minute and half left in the game.
victory put the Celtics in a position for a shot at he Catholic Blue title
with one game left - Mount Carmel.
NOTE: This game was played live on
The Caravan wins when it
embarrassing lost to St. Rita
last week, the Caravan
came in to this contest
focused. Mount Carmel
made every possible attempt to get their running going with the Crusaders
injury-riddled defense giving
the ball to Denzel
Thompson and Milton Greer, but it was Michael Banks who rushed for over
100 yards giving the Caravan the victory 31-21. Banks got the team on the
board with a reverse which allowed him to exploded for over 50 yards. He
also scored again late in the fourth.
Crusaders did get on the board midway through the third on a well
constructed and executed trick play, the flea-flicker, from Michael Rohan
to Paul Ruppert back to Rohan. On the very next drive for the Caravan,
Chris Stujka threw an interception to Connor Healy who returned it to the
end zone making the score 24-14.
to this contest,
Brother Rice was hanging on to a playoff spot by a slim, thin line... but
tonight proved that the team will not be in the playoffs this year... 2-5,
0-4 in the Catholic Blue. The Crusaders have qualified for
the postseason six straight years.
NOTE: This game was played live on
A BIG come from behind win
T.F. South never got started
last week against
Lemont with a 14-0 lose and this week, they were faced with the undefeated
Hawks on a cold, wet night.
The Rebels were able to keep the game close and get the Hawks out of their
comfort zone. At the half, the score was tied at zero.
But in the third
quarter, both teams turn the offense button on. The Rebels scored first on
a 26-yard field goal by Michael Stellfox, but the Hawks responded scoring
two touchdowns. One from quarterback Herb Offord who connected with Ryan
Keen for the Hawks first score. Another after a quick three-and-out by
T.F. South, Morgan Weaver scored for the Hawks on a tough short run to the
"We had to step it up,"
said Offord after the game.
This proved to be a tough
contest going up against the
hot defense of the Hawks as
RB Christian Gonzalez, who
came into the game with
513 yards and 8 TDs, found several bright moments finished the game with
over 120 yards on 27 carries.
score: 14 - 9 as Hillcrest remains undefeated in the South Suburban
Spoiled homecoming for Rich
Crete-Monee running back's Cortez Scott and Julius Spicer had
different plans for the Olympians and their homecoming game with both
players finishing the game with over 100 yards rushing for the big
victory 56-6. Scott scored on runs of 25, 3 and 1 yards touchdowns,
while Spicer had two of his own.
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