IHSA Second Round Recap

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SECOND ROUND OF IHSA PLAYOFFS

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Saturday, November 8

Homewood-Flossmoor 42, Edwardsville 35

Again, the Vikings “wonder-twin” power was activated on Saturday evening as twins Devonte and Deante Harley-Hampton carried the load leading the team into the Class 8A quarterfinals.

Richards 34, Lincoln-Way West 27

Birthday celebration was in order for senior quarterback Hasan Muhammad-Rogers as he completed 16 of 23 passes for 395 yards and five touchdowns to lead Richards past host Lincoln-Way West in a Class 7A.

“It’s the best birthday ever,” Muhammad-Rogers said. “I get to spend another week with my team.”

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Geneseo 41, Rich East 16

Not enough Rocket fuel as the (Rich) East go down to Geneseo in the second round 41-16.

Brian Stewart led the way with 12 carries for 68 yards and one score. The other score was made by , followed by Tyler McGregory. The Maple Leafs remain undefeated at 11-0 for the season.

Lemont 35, Yorkville 14

Things got started with a 16-yard touchdown run by Lemont freshman Anthony Martin (21 carries for 101 yards) and they never looked back. Quarterback Ryan Dawson led the way going 14-for-20 for 172 yards and four TDs including redzone strikes to Duke-bound receiver Flynn Nagel (4 catches, 58 yards).

Friday, November 7

Providence 34, St. Rita 3

Providence wins BIG over cross-town rival St. Rita for the second time but this time it was in the playoffs.

“It’s hard to beat a team twice and they have big play guys and that’s what concerned us the most,” coach Mark Coglianese said. “That (punt return) was a big spark for us.”

Things got started early for the Celtics when Sophomore running back Richie Warfield (13 carries for 111 yards) score from 10 yards out and they NEVER looked back.

Senior quarterback Justin Hunniford (12-for-24, 224 yards, 2 TDs) played BIG also accounting for 20 of the Celtics’ points including six of those on a pair of field goals (31 and 24 yards). The remaining 14 came on a pair of TD passes. The first was a 75-yard bomb to Notre Dame-bound Miles Boykin (5 catches, 96 yards) and the other was a 4-yard TD pass to Mike Beller.

“It doesn’t [matter if] I’m blocking or doing whatever I’m just happy to contribute,” Boykin said. “We just have to keep this train rolling.”

The Mustangs suffered a huge setback on their opening drive when starting quarterback Scott Proctor went down with a lower body injury and didn’t return. C.J. Weydeman (8-for-23, 42 yards) took over the quarterback duties and struggled against an unforgiving Celtics’ defense led by Jake Rost (two sacks).

“We felt confident coming in and we were doing some things they haven’t seen,” St. Rita coach Todd Kuska said. “That’s just a great team over there.”

DePaul Prep 14, St. Laurence 7

Alex Salach rushed for a touchdown and and Markavius Ross returned an interception 31 yards for a score to lead DePaul Prep (6-4). Carlos Baker caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Romello Washington for St. Laurence (5-6).

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IHSA Week 5 Recap

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Conference Power Play week….

WEEK 5

It’s conference time… who can use this week to improve and make a stand? Here’s our Week 5 recap…

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Friday, September 26, 2014

Richards 36, Eisenhower 7

A new player on the multifaceted roster blossomed, Spencer Tears, Friday night as the Bulldogs win big over Eisenhower 36-7.

In the fourth, he received a hand-off, ran strong to the right, nothing was there, then he reversed course, and came all the way back left, and outran the Cardinals D for a 27-yard score. His teammates call him ‘Suspense’ as they never know what he’s going to do, shared by Hasan Muhammad-Rogers.

“Man, when they told me to switch to slot and run that reverse — everybody knows that reverse play, I love that,” Tears said. “I saw what I saw and broke it open.”

Speaking of Rogers, he finished the game going 16-for-28 for 191 yards.

“We were shooting ourselves in the foot,” Muhammad-Rogers said. “Every time we would get something going we’d have a false start, a missed block … you can’t do that. You’ve got to be even-keel, ready to go.”

The Cardinals got on the board by a two-yard run by J.D. Ballentine.

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Rich East 34, Rich Central 29

East is 5-0 to start the season, this is the first time since 1997, as they defeat cross time foe Central.

The Rockets running game was in total control going hard for over 340 yards. Marcel McDonald led the way with 112 yards and a pair scores, followed by senior back, Brian Stewart, who added 105 yards on 24 carries.

“I give all the credit to the O-line,” Rich East senior running back Brian Stewart said. “They did a lot of work tonight.”

The Rockets also went airborne in the contest right before halftime when quarterback Latrell Burden threw a pass to the end zone that was tipped. Kendall Merritt came down with it for a 10-yard touchdown and a 20-14 lead at the half.

The home team, Olympians, rallied back for the lead when Dejaris Taylor ran the ball in from 4-yards out, and teammate, Jordan Fuqua successfully ran the two-point conversion.

Rich East’s game winning drive took 12 plays and nearly seven minutes. Miller’s 5-yard touchdown run and McDonald’s two-point catch ended the scoring.

But as high school football would have it, the Rockets answered with a 7 minute, 12 play game winning drive, capped off with a short run by Miller.

Rich Central quarterback DaQuan Richie threw for 160 yards and two touchdowns.

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Providence 41, St. Rita 27

Undefeated no more as the St Rita loses to conference foe 41-27.

Notre Dame-bound Miles Boykin finished the game with five catches for 76-yards and two touchdowns.

The Mustangs quarterback, C.J. Weydeman, had a big game passing for 236 yards and running for 69 more. Brandon Gaston caught nine passes for 155 yards and three touchdowns..

The Celtics (5-0, 2-0) can clinch a share of the conference title next Saturday at Loyola and can start thinking about improving their postseason seed with each win now that they’ve become playoff-eligible.

Marist 21, Benet 7

The RedHawks bounce back from an unusual three-game losing streak with a conference win over Benet Friday night 21-7. Junior Darshon McCullough has a fantastic game going for 13 catches, 124 yards and a touchdown.

“We knew we had to win this one,” McCullough said. “We were 1-3. They were 4-0. We needed the win. My teammates made great plays all night.”

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