Illinois High School Football: Week 2 Mid Suburban League Game Capsules
It is a week full of Mid Suburban League crossover games in Week 2……
Fremd (0-1) at Hersey (1-0): It was a great open for the Huskies with six sacks in a 49-13 win over Glenbrook North. Quinn Orlandi accounted for six touchdowns from the quarterback position. The Vikings couldn’t score against Lake Zurich in a 21-0 loss. Jeff McGlade had 48 yards rushing.
Palatine (0-1) at Buffalo Grove (0-1): One of the most exciting games of Week 1 saw Palatine lose in overtime 40-37 to Montini. The Pirates have injury and suspension issues that hope to be resolved soon. The Bison lost 28-7 to Lake Forest but Brian Kleczynski threw for over 115 yards on ten completions.
Elk Grove (1-0) at Hoffman Estates (0-1): Adam O’Malley threw five touchdown passes as the Grenadiers hammered Highland Park 40-6. The Hawks had a 13-3 lead against Streamwood but would fall 38-20. Eric Brooks had two touchdown runs from the quarterback position for Hoffman Estates.
Conant (1-0) at Prospect (1-0): Teams are going to need to learn about Devin O’Hara, who scored seven times for Prospect in their 55-41 win against Glenbrook South. The Cougars rolled up 490 yards of their own in a 47-28 win at Lake Park. 100 points could be scored in this game.
Barrington (0-1) at Rolling Meadows (1-0): The Mustangs had 366 yards of offense in the first half of a 42-0 win over York during Week 1. Jack Milas threw for over 210 yards in the win. Barrington had a late lead before losing 24-20 to Libertyville. Andrew Matella had eight catches and a touchdown for the Broncos.
Wheeling (1-0) at Schaumburg (1-0): Juwann Richard returned two kickoffs for touchdowns for the Saxons in their 27-14 win over New Trier. The Wildcats won on a Juan Gonzalez field goal with under 10 seconds to go for a 23-22 victory over Mundelein.
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