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Saint Rita 42

Nazareth 39

Winning a Chicago Catholic League / East Suburban Catholic Conference (CCL / ESCC) -Green home game on Oct. 1, St. Rita relied on a massive rushing game led by Kyle Clayton (30 carries, 153 rushing yards). , 2 TD) and Tommy Ulatowski (10 carries, 71 rushing yards, 3 TD).

The Mustangs ran the ball 57 times for a whopping 301 yards. Clayton also had 3 receptions for 52 yards.

Matt Kingsburgy (9 tackles, blocked punt), Jake Lehtinen (7 tackles), Djabril McNabb (6 tackles, interception), Pat Farrell (6 tackles), Danny Cahill (5 tackles), Giuseppe Ursetta (5 tackles) led the Mustangs defensively. , 2 TFL), Johnny Schmitt (5 tackles) and Liam Bartos (interception).

Fr. Rice 43

Mount Carmel 36

Senior quarterback Jack Lausch found senior wide receiver Danny White for the winning 65-yard touchdown with 53 seconds left in the CCL / ESCC-Blue game on October 1.

Lausch finished 19 of 26 passing for 288 yards and 4 touchdowns, connecting with White (2 catches, 78 yards, 2 TD), Aaron Vaughn (3 catches, 58 yards), Owen Lyons (4 catches, 52 yards), Da ‘Kobie Wordlaw (4 catches, 49 yards, TD) and Henry Boyer (4 catches, 25 yards, TD) for the big days with the air attack.

Vaughn (23 carries, 139 rushing yards, TD) and Lausch (14 carries, 84 rushing yards) also had big days on the field for Br. Rice (5-1, 1-1). Tommy Bennett added a 1 yard rushing touchdown.

In defense, Maurice Brown (13 tackles), Khary Shaw (11 tackles), Mike Fahy (9 tackles), Henry Ivers (9 tackles) and Dameon Hall (interception) led the defense.

For host Mt. Carmel (4-2, 1-1), junior handyman Damarion Arrington had a monster game, scoring 4 touchdowns and rushing for 87 yards. Blainey Dowling added 69 rushing yards and 207 passing yards, joining Arrington for a 25-yard touchdown.

Darrion Dupree (52 rushing yards) and Joey Thompson (63 receiving yards) also provided key offensive contributions.

Danny Novickas (11 tackles, TFL), Nick Naujokas (13 tackles), Parker Startz (9 tackles), Owen Schickel (8 tackles), Arrington (7 tackles, fumble recovery), JT Harris (6 tackles), Bobby Medina (forced fumble) and Elliott Lewis (2 TFL) led the defense of Mount Carmel.

Loyola Academy 33

Marist 21

Dontrell Jackson Jr. had a big day in the air, completing 11 of 20 passes for 306 yards and 2 touchdowns for Marist (4-2, 0-2) in the CCL / ESCC-Blue showdown on October 2 to Wilmette.

Ak’tavion Agee (3 catches, 159 receiving yards, TD) and Ryan Sims (7 catches, 141 yards, TD) were Jackson’s favorite targets in the passing game.

As a team, Marist rushed 21 times for just 17 yards against a stingy defense from Loyola.

The RedHawks were defensively led by John Nestor and Brian Winstead, each collecting a assist from Loyola. Winstead returned his 43-yard interception for a touchdown.

Saint Ignatius 45

From La Salle 7

Building on the team’s upset victory over Mount Carmel in Week 5, host St. Ignatius improved to 6-0, 2-0 with the CCL / ESCC-White victory.

The Wolfpack’s optional offense was led by Vinny Rugai (120 rushing yards), Coley McDonagh (99 rushing yards, 2 TD, TD assists), Jack Molloy (93 rushing yards, TD, receiving TD), Jake Petrow (TD) and Tommy Bloss (DT).

Henry Helms (pass break), Sam Besztery (29 yard field) and Rugai (fumble recovery) also contributed to St. Ignatius.

Joliet Catholic 41

Saint-Laurent 7

Brandon McCoy threw for 56 yards on 7 of 10 passes for a touchdown, a 15-yard pass to Mikey Elizondo, an interception and rushed 31 yards for St. Laurence (3-3, 1-1) in the CCL / ESCC- Orange game on October 1st at Joliet Memorial Stadium.

The Vikings ran for 149 yards and were led by Ryan Carroll (42 yards rushing), Matt Ochoa (38 yards rushing), Henry Coughlin (38 yards rushing) and McCoy.

Dell-Rio Johnson (5 tackles), Zack Siebenaler (4 tackles), Mike Gentile (4 tackles) and Connor Cleary (3 tackles, fumble recovery) led the defensive effort.

Shepherd 21

Evergreen park 10

James Williams ran 14 times for 103 yards to lead Evergreen Park (4-2, 2-2) on Oct. 1 in the South Suburban Red Conference game in Palos Heights.

Jalen Shepherd grabbed a 10-yard touchdown by Deijon Feliciano for the Mustangs. Michael Torres finished with 52 rushing yards as EP rushed 31 times for 181 rushing yards.

Saint-Viateur 28

Marian Catholic 14

Junior quarterback Kyle Thomas pitched for a touchdown, connecting with Kaleb Isom on a 14-yard pass, and he also rushed for a 54-yard touchdown run for Marian Catholic (2-4, 0-2) October 1 in the CLC / ESCC-Purple Game in Arlington Heights.

Thomas finished with 15 carries for 134 rushing yards for the Spartans.

Central Catholic Marian 29

Lion 0

Playing on the road at Woodstock on Oct. 1 in a CCL / ESCC-Red game, a stoned Lions team struggled to gain momentum offensively without quarterback James E’Akels and running back Marcus Ray. Both athletes were injured.

Leo fell to 2-4, 1-1.

Kenwood 21

Morgan Park 8

Playing at Gately Stadium on October 2, Morgan Park was 13-8 behind at halftime and was unable to make a second-half comeback in the Public League showdown at Illini Red Bird Division.

The Mustangs fell to 3-3, 2-1.

Noble / Commer 34

School of Agriculture 0

Ag School lost the Illini Great Lakes Division Public League game on September 30 at Gately Stadium. The Cyclones fell to 2-4, 1-2.


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