IHSA Week 7 Summary

Posted on October 10, 2015. Filed under: Football | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Power move week… who made it? who didn’t?

October 9, 2015


The tenth month of the year brings a lot to the table: football, Halloween, lovely weather, pumpkin flavored beverages and of course, homecomings…

Here is our week 7 recaps:

LW East 3, H-F 28
With the Southwest Suburban Blue title in sight, Homewood-Flossmoor (7-0, 5-0) knocked off cross-town foe Lincoln-Way East pretty handily 28-3 Friday night.

We are so used to those twins, Devonte and Deante Harley-Hampton, being the focal point but last night it was the defense that raised up allowing only a little over 200 yards and a several force turnovers that stopped impressive drives including a fumble recovery and 69 yard touchdown run by sophomore Justin Hall. His score gave the Vikings a 14-3 lead in the second quarter. They also sacked quarterback Brandon Bauer three times while limiting him to 81 passing yards and 50 rushing yards.

Offensively, the Vikings Devonte Harley-Hampton carried the ball 21 times for 133 yards and two scores. Kendric Pryor caught five passes for 134 yards and a touchdown

NOTE: Brother, Deante, was limited due to injury.

“I knew I had to pick up the slack and felt the pressure with my brother out,” Devonte Harley-Hampton said.


Nazareth 35, Joliet Catholic 38

Talk about doing just enough to win a game… Joliet Catholic did just that Friday night against Nazareth – squeaking out a 38-35 win.

The Hilltoppers (7-0, 5-0) overcame 11 penalties and an outstanding comeback that was led by quarterback Carson Bartels, who threw for over 300 yards and five touchdowns in the second half, but the Roadrunners couldn’t stop the one-two punch of the backfield of the ‘Toppers.

Ke’Von Johnson ran for 213 yards and four scores, three of which came in the first half, put the home team ahead early with a 31-0 lead. One of his runs was for 49 yards that set up a 6-yard scamper by backfield buddy Michael Johnson, who scored shortly after that. Johnson finished the game with 30 carries for 99 yards.

“They were flowing really, really hard whenever he went in motion,” Ke’Von Johnson said. “I just had to be that counterpunch tonight.”




Lincoln-Way North 28, Thornton 26

Lincoln-Way North (7-0, 5-0) wins their six game of the season. An opportunistic defense carried the weight Friday night as they forced four turnovers, three in their red zone, to help snag the victory in the Southwest Suburban Red conference over previously unbeaten Thornton. But, the win wasn’t sealed until the Wildcats’ last-minute two-point pass try sailed through the end zone.

“A lot of games can be won on defense with changes in momentum like the ones we had tonight,” said Lincoln-Way North linebacker Dave Lux, who had the first of two fourth-quarter interceptions of Thornton quarterback Sam Taylor III. “We had to keep up with their speed and continue to hit them hard, even when they were marching down the field.”

Thornton’s last-minute effort at tying the game culminated with Taylor’s 32-yard scoring toss to Tionte McDaniel with 28 seconds remaining. Trailing 28-26, the Wildcats (6-1, 4-1) were forced to go for two, but Taylor’s pass to the right corner of the end zone was too strong for Master Powell to reel in.

Lincoln-Way North went up 28-20 four minutes earlier on Joe Peters’ 30-yard run, his second rushing score. That drive started after the Phoenix’s fourth takeaway, an interception by cornerback Aric Feller. Peters finished the game with 33 carries for 138 yards and a pair of scores. Taylor finished the game going 16-for-21 passing for 226 yards and three scores. He also ran for 115 yards on 13 carries.






Marist 41, Marian Catholic 7
Brendan Skalitzky passed for four TDs for Marist (5-2, 4-1), two apiece to Ryan Glascott and Darshon McCullough.


De La Salle 28, Marmion 7
Gerald Carter had 18 carries for 112 yards and a TD for DLS (3-4, 2-1). Tom Duddleston threw for 252 yards and 2 TDs. Eric Brennan had 10 catches for 96 yards and a TD, and Sixto Avila had a 16-yard interception return TD and 10 tackles.



hiring writers

People also read the following…


bleacherreportLOGO2 maxprep NFHSCoachEd1



Be sure to bookmark our site, as well as follow us on Social Networks below…

Amateur Sports News Network
“Capturing the Art of Sport in Motion”


Make a Comment

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Liked it here?
Why not try sites on the blogroll...

<span>%d</span> bloggers like this: