Week 2...  

by Prez Ro, Matteson, IL
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As we enter week 2, there are many teams who lost last week, who telling themselves that week 2 can change everything and put us back on the path of making it to the playoffs.

One thing is for sure, teams with early season losses can win state championships every year.


Kenwood 24, Rich Central 58

Home team Olympians jumped out early and often to go 2-0 in the 2013 season. The fast-paced, no-huddle offense led by senior quarterback Michael Hoover who tossed two early long passes made the game 14-0, RC, in the first quarter. From here, they never looked back defeating Chicago Kenwood 58-24.

Chicago Kenwood (0-2) did slow the momentum down by getting on the board with a short touchdown run with about 2 minutes to play on making the score 14-6. But from this point on, the Olympians totally dominated and a minute later, senior Ahmad McClellan score one of his three touchdowns.

Hoover also called his own number in the second quarter and took the ball 66 yards for the teams 5th in the first half (36-6).

Rich Central takes the game on the road to Norridge (Ridgewood) next Friday night.

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Evanston 15, Crete-Monee 42  
Crete-Monee continues to pick up where they left off from the 2012 season as the Warriors knocked off Evanston 42-15.

Brother Rice 14, Marist 55 
Pure dominance lead by Quarterback Jack Donegan, who threw six first-half touchdown passes in the Friday victory 55-14 on their home field. He tossed three to Flynn Nagel and the same number to Notre Dame recruit Nic Weishar.


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Homewood-Flossmoor 28, Stevenson 21
Homewood-Flossmoor took their so-called "inexperienced" team on a longer than normal week 2 trip up to Lincolnshire and displayed their natural talents and snagged a 28-21 victory over ranked Stevenson.

Sophomore Deante Harley-Hampton had 13 carries for 58 yards and two total touchdowns to key the upset for the Vikings (2-0), including the game-winning 95-yard kickoff return.

Tinley Park 54, Rich East 20

Preston Thompson gained 200 yards on 14 carries for 3 TDs for Tinley Park (1-1). Quinn Kelly had 8 carries for 82 yards and 3 scores.

Marian Catholic 49, Shepard 3
Dillon Burns threw (88 yards, 2 TDs) and ran (11 carries, 75 yards, TD), and Ki-Jana Crawford had 4 catches for 52 yards and 2 TDs for Marian Catholic (2-0).

Sandburg 42, Andrew 35
Sean Leland threw 3 TD passes for Sandburg (1-1).

Mount Carmel 49, Morgan Park 8
Top-ranked Mount Carmel scored on its first five possessions of the first half and senior quarterback Marko Boricich threw for three touchdowns en route to an easy 49-8 win over Morgan Park Friday.

The Caravan (2-0) have outscored their first two opponents 89-8.

Richards 31, Batavia 26
Junior quarterback Hasan Muhammad-Rogers passed for 258 yards and four touchdowns Friday to lead No. 18 Richards to a 31-26 road upset over ranked Batavia.

“We got some speed, and we got some dudes who can play and they showed up tonight,” Richards coach Tony Sheehan said. “We had some cramping, but the next guy went in and made some plays,”

Loyola 44, O'Fallon 20
De La Salle 28, Hales 7
The game was called after three quarters due to power failure at the stadium. Mikale Wilbon had 3 TD rushes on 17 carries for 244 yards. Collin Farley added a 57-yard interception return for a TD for De La Salle (2-0).

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