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Football

Friday's results

St. Charles North 37, Elgin 13

Elgin 0 7 0 6 --13

St. Charles North 9 0 14 14 --37

SCORING PLAYS

SCN -- Edlund 3 run (kick blocked).

SCN -- Schroeder 27 field goal.

E -- Teschner 28 pass from Sitter (Moore kick).

SCN -- Donlevy 17 pass from Fischbach (Schroeder kick).

SCN -- Ohlrich 20 pass from Fischbach (Schroeder kick).

SCN -- Edlund 42 run (Schroeder kick).

E -- Moore 84 kickoff return (run failed).

SCN -- Edlund 39 run (Schroeder kick).

   E    SCN
   First downs      9      18
   Yards rushing  86  313
   Yards passing     118     132
   Total yards      204     445
   Passes (comp.-att.-int.-yds.)     9-29-2-118      8-20-1-132
   Fumbles-lost       2-1     4-3
   Penalties-yards   9-65    4-30
   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS:

RUSHING (no.-yds.): E -- Moore 17-69, Clemons 6-(minus 3), Sitter 6-16, Narayan 1-4. Totals 30-86. SCN -- Edlund 37-267, Lynch 2-12, Fischbach 1-2, Gleeson 4-9, Loess 2-13, Phelan 2-10. Totals 48-313.

PASSING (comp.-att.-int.-yds.): E -- Sitter 9-29-2-118. Totals 9-29-2-118. SCN -- Peterson 4-14-0-55, Fischbach 4-6-1-77. Totals 8-20-1-132.

RECEIVING (no.-yds.): E -- Teschner 1-28, Clemons 1-8, Moorman 1-20, Quick 1-5, Gilliam 3-40, Dunnigan 1-14, Simon 1-3. Totals 9-118. SCN -- Donlevy 3-40, Ohlrich 2-40, Hodges 1-20, Kirby 2-32. Totals 8-132.

INTERCEPTIONS: E -- Moore. SCN -- Lee, Scorby.

Sophomore: St. Charles North 45, Elgin 0.

St. Charles East 49, STreamwood 34

St. Charles East 0 14 14 21 --49

Streamwood 7 14 7 6 --34

SCORING PLAYS

S -- Morrow 7 run (McGuiggan kick).

S -- Morrow 5 run (McGuiggan kick).

SCE -- Bruce 5 run (Muzzalupo kick).

S -- Giwa 11 pass from Lundeen (McGuiggan kick).

SCE -- Hoscheit 7 run (Muzzalupo kick).

SCE -- Bruce 2 run (Muzzalupo kick).

SCE -- Fisher 15 run (Muzzalupo kick).

S -- Holder 36 pass from Lundeen (McGuiggan kick).

SCE -- Bruce 9 run (Muzzalupo kick).

SCE -- Barry 68 punt return (Muzzalupo kick).

SCE -- Giwa 44 pass from Lundeen (kick blocked).

SCE -- Reading 39 run (Muzzalupo kick).

   SCE    S
   First downs        13      17
   Yards rushing      216     185
   Yards passing     113     274
   Total yards      329     459
   Passes (comp.-att.-int.-yds.) 7-18-1-113    16-33-0-274
   Fumbles-lost      0-0     5-3
   Penalties-yards   8-75    16-150
   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS:

RUSHING (no.-yds.): SCE -- Bruce 8-27, Reading 15-101, Hoscheit 4-17, Fischer 7-71. Totals 34-216. S -- Morrow 26-166, Crocker 4-25, Lundeen 6-(minus 6). Totals 36-185.

PASSING (comp.-att.-int.-yds.): SCE -- Fisher 7-18-1-113. Totals 7-18-1-113. S -- Lundeen 16-33-0-274. Totals 16-33-0-274.

RECEIVING (no.-yds.): SCE -- Bruce 1-10, Manzanke 2-57, Bowen 2-16, Cook 1-13, Hoscheit 1-27. Totals 7-113. S -- Cook 1-17, Giwa 5-104, Mugnai 3-49, Holder 3-79, Patterson 1-12, Morrow 3-25. Totals 16-274.

INTERCEPTIONS: S -- Holder.

Woodstock North 25, Dundee-Crown 6

Woodstock North 6 0 13 6 --25

Dundee-Crown 6 0 0 0 --6

SCORING PLAYS

D-C -- Asani 40 run (kick failed).

WN -- Loftin 2 run (kick failed).

WN -- Taylor 34 pass from Loftin (Walsh kick).

WN -- Wade 3 run (kick failed).

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