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ASNN365 - Week 3 - sets the tone for the season

As the NFL kicks off its 2010 season, high school and youth football is already in Week 3. And this weeks games could be seen as make or break for a number of teams.

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2010
~ WE WILL N-E-V-E-R FORGET!!!

ANDREW 24, THORNTON 27 OT
Dimitrius Hardwick scored two touchdowns and Damien Bell rushed 24 times for 183 yards and two touchdowns as Thornton rallied to edge Andrew 27-24 in overtime in a Southwest Suburban Red opener on Saturday in Harvey.

Simeon 46, Morgan Park 16
The Wolverines offensive tag team tandem of Robert Gregory and Horatio Banks proved t-o-o much for the Mustangs Saturday night in front of a capacity crowd at Gately as they easily won 48-16.

Banks ran for 195 yards and two touchdowns and of that number, 117 was accomplished in the first-half.

Gregory also turned up BIG tonight with two long passes to Demarius Reed... one for 51-yards and another for 60-yards... both for touchdowns. He also had ran for over 200 yards in the contest.

No Public League team has won a state title, but Simeon has shown that they are a serious contender over the first three weeks.

ST. RITA 24, BROTHER RICE 0
Dominant with its rushing attack and defense in front of a packed house in Chicago's Mount Greenwood community, No. 1 St. Rita shut out rival Brother Rice 24-0 Saturday night in the Catholic League Blue opener for both teams. Travis Starks and Jahwon Akui helped the Mustangs dominate time of possession. Starks finished with 133 rushing yards and a score while Akui had a workmanlike 109 rushing yards on 25 carries with a touchdown.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2010
FOOTBALL
T.F. South 35, T.F. North 14
The Rebel's continued their winning ways Friday night against rival T.F. North with a 35-14 win behind Kenny Jackson who ran for over 60 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

"We wanted to come out and play well," T.F. South quarterback Kevin Hallberg said. "What better game to do it than our rivalry game." Hallberg finished the contest with 113 yards and a touchdown.

South scored on five of its first six possessions in building a 35-6 lead.

Also the running back partner Giovanni Canty ran hard as well finishing the night with 67 yards and a touchdown.

The Meteors quarterback Calvin Lindsey was a bright spot for the team who finished the game with over 100 yards on the ground and in the air and touchdowns - one each way.

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Homewood-Flossmoor 29, Sandburg 24
Homewood-Flossmoor's Malik Norman ran 25 times for 194 yards and four touchdowns. "I couldn't have done any of this without the offensive line," Norman said. "It was a struggle, but we just had to keep pushing."

While Norman was chewing his way down the field, the game was clinched by the Vikings' defense, which stopped the Eagles on downs twice in their own territory in the game's final four minutes. The first of the two Sandburg drives sputtered at the Homewood-Flossmoor 8-yard line.

Lemont 30, Richards 20
Mike Medwed had 128 yards of offense and three touchdowns (two rushing, one passing).

Loyola 21, Providence 7
Malcolm Weaver threw for 240 yards and two touchdowns and ran for one.

NOTE: Video from this game can be found by clicking here.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2010

FOOTBALL
Leo 27, De La Salle 26
Lawrence Huff scored on a fumble return and recorded an interception at the Leo two-yard line with 40 seconds to play as the Lions stormed back from a 20-point, third-quarter deficit to stun No. 24 De LaSalle 27-26 Thursday night at Gately Stadium.

BOYS SOCCER
Oak Lawn 2, Tinley Park 0
Charlie Alcantar and Dan Stanek scored for Oak Lawn (4-3, 2-0). Goalkeeper Mike Stefaniak recorded six saves in his second shutout of the season.

LINCOLN-WAY CENTRAL TOURNAMENT
Eisenhower 5, Marian Catholic 1
Giovanni Sanchez had two goals, and Josue Leal and Jose Perez had one goal each for Eisenhower (5-2).

Lincoln-Way North 3, Bloom 0
Alex Arias scored twice and Marc Hein had the other goal for Lincoln-Way North (6-3).

Sandburg 4, St. Ignatius 0
Sandburg's Joe Longhi completed the hat trick. Adam Gold also had two assists in the win.

Providence 3, Wheaton Academy 1
The Celtics (3-6) were led by goals from Brandon Picciolini, Mike Soucie and Max Picard.

 

 

    

 

 

 

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