Mid-Suburban League crossover games continue this week with divisional play beginning next week….
Schaumburg (2-0) at Hersey (1-1): Two first half touchdowns by Sadarriss Patterson helped the Saxons move to 2-0 with a 35-7 win over Wheeling last week. Patterson ended the night with over 120 yards rushing. The Huskies fell 14-7 to Fremd and could only muster 145 yards of total offense. Quinn Orlandi threw for 75 yards after throwing for 275 the week before.
Hoffman Estates (0-2) at Buffalo Grove (0-2): It was a long night for Hoffman Estates in a 31-0 loss to Elk Grove in Week 2, committing 11 penalties and turning the ball over three times. The Bison had similar issues against Palatine in a 42-7 defeat. Ryan Schumi had eight catches and a touchdown for Buffalo Grove.
Elk Grove (2-0) at Palatine (1-1): The Grenadiers didn’t look ahead to this week’s game with Palatine, beating Hoffman Estates 31-0. Kishan Patel had a touchdown and an interception for Elk Grove. The Pirates prepared for this week’s matchup with a 42-7 win against Buffalo Grove. Alex Nawrot scored four touchdowns while Ethan Oiles threw for over 210 yards.
Prospect (2-0) at Barrington (0-2): The high-flying Knights offense was at it again with a 42-21 win over Conant in Week 2. Devin O’Hara scored five touchdowns to give him 12 for the season after just two weeks. The Broncos couldn’t find much offense during a 41-7 loss to Rolling Meadows. The lone score on the night came on an 11-yard fumble recovery by Jakub Szylak.
Rolling Meadows (2-0) at Conant (1-1): The Mustangs and Ball State recruit Jack Milas powered their way to a 41-7 win over Barrington in Week 2. Andre Campbell caught three touchdown passes. Conant ran into the powerful Prospect offense in a 42-21 defeat. Danny Modelski threw for over 240 yards while Tim Manczko had eight catches for over 120 yards.
Wheeling (1-1) at Fremd (1-1): The Wildcats couldn’t keep their winning ways up, falling 35-7 to Schaumburg in Week 2. Amani Dennis scored the lone touchdown for Wheeling in the fourth quarter. Fremd brought out new uniforms and got a 14-7 win against Hersey. The Vikings defense only allowed two first downs in the second half.