Just 66 teams made it through the first four weeks unscathed, and while there's some new teams occupying that rarefied air, there's plenty of reason to believe there's going to be plenty of available room at the top, Steve Soucie writes.
Looking for a result from Friday night? We've got you covered with our statewide scoreboard.
Lockport's defense isn't just out to stop opponents, its trying to suffocate them. The Porters stopped Homewood-Flossmoor at every turn Friday night, tossing their third shutout of the season in a 22-0 victory.
Now with nine positive COVID-19 cases, 38 members of the Joliet West football program were placed in quarantine Tuesday until at least September 22.
Get ready for Week 4 with our game previews from around Will County and the Joliet area.
Week 4 brings the first round of CCL/ESCC Blue Division games between Loyola and Brother Rice along with Mount Carmel and Marist.
After a strong performance against Lincoln-Way West on Friday, Bolingbrook's super sophomore I'Marion Stewart claimed Friday Night Drive Team of the Week MVP honors for Week 3.
I'Marion Stewart, WR from Bolingbrook, is the Friday Night Drive Team of the Week MVP for Week 3
Steve Soucie has updated his playoff projection following Week 3. Find out where your favorite team lands in the eight-class field.
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We are already at less than 100 undefeated teams left in Illinois. Let's take a closer look at what we learned in Week 3.
Every time Bolingbrook found itself in a perilous situation Friday night, I'Marion Stewart figured out a way to help himself and the Raiders out of it during a 23-17 win over Lincoln-Way West.
Joliet West will forfeit its Week 3 varsity matchup with Plainfield North and its Week 4 matchup with West Aurora due to COVID-19 concerns within the program.
Week 3 is an intriguing slate with a mixed bag of conference openers, crossover matchups and some stellar nonconference games.