Illinois High School Football - Week 4...  

by Prez Ro, Matteson, IL
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As Fall rolls in Illinois High School football adapts and plays on.... And for several, we were there.... and here's our recap!!!

Benet 30, Crete-Monee 6
It was Benet's kicker John Duvic who stole the spotlight. Duvic converted field goals of 34, 37, 38, 42 and 50 yards to lead visiting Benet to a dominant 30-6 win over defending Class 6A state champion Crete-Monee.

The loss snapped the Warriors (3-1) 17-game winning streak.

"He's always been able to kick the ball," said Beneventi, who, like Duvic, resides in Glen Elyn. "I'm glad to see him play the way he did tonight."

Marist 42, St Patrick 34
Marist quarterback Jack Donegan fired three touchdown passes and running back Peter Andreotti crossed the goal line three times to lead the RedHawks to a tough East Suburban Catholic win over St. Patrick.

Marist took the game’s opening kickoff and drove 59 yards on seven plays, and never really looked back.

“I think that’s how we practiced this week,” Marist quarterback Jack Donegan said. “We were lethargic. We scored on that first drive and we got lethargic.”


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St Rita 42, Hales 12
This was kind of an unfair fight once the buses arrived, or should I say bus. Hales only has a 22-man roster this season which is just not enough to go up against St. Rita (4-0) who have more than 56, as they fall 42-12.

Iowa State recruit Tommy Mister rushed for two touchdowns and threw for only 92 yards which was enough for the victory. The Mustangs Tyre Lee had 10 carries for 117 yards, including a nifty 31-yard TD run with 3:23 left in the third to put the Mustangs up 35-6.

But next week.... top-ranked Mount Carmel comes in!

Loyola 28, Providence 16
The Ramblers hosted No. 21 Providence, which has no shortage of go-to players on offense. But thanks to team coverage on junior receiving star Miles Boykin and a big day from quarterback Jack Penn, Loyola came away with a 28-16 home win.

Penn completed 17 of 26 passes for 169 yards and three touchdowns — to three different receivers — and also ran 11 times for 97 yards.

Sandburg 36, Joliet West 28
Sandburgs (3-1, 2-0) survives Saturday against Joliet West (2-2, 0-2) and spoils their homecoming game.

West had first-and-goal on the 8, attempting to get to within a two-point conversion of tying in the final minute. But Sandburg defensive end Matt Taylor caused a rolling fumble on a sack of Tigers quarterback Anthony DiNardo. West recovered but lost 29 yards. Defensive back, Adam Nash, for Sandburg intercepted the ball on the next play ended it.

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