High school football: Week 3 results; recaps for every game

Batavia 23, Wheaton North 20 (OT): Jalen Buckley capped off a 193-yard game with the game-winning touchdown run in overtime, as Batavia rallied from 10 points down in the second half to stun Wheaton North in the DuKane Conference opener.

Wheaton Warrenville South 12, St. Charles North 10: Ben Berkley’s 29-yard field goal in the final seconds gave Wheaton Warrenville South a thrilling 12-10 win over St. Charles North in the DuKane Conference opener at Red Grange Field, as the Tigers bounced back from their first loss of the season in a big way.

Sycamore 56, Kaneland 28: Five straight drives for the Sycamore football team started in Kaneland territory, and those five drives ended with touchdowns on Friday as the Spartans erased an early 14-point deficit to beat the Knights, 56-28.

Glenbard North 21, Geneva 7: Joshua Applewhite’s 38-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter proved a costly mistake for Geneva in a 21-7 loss at Glenbard North Friday.

Lake Park 21, St. Charles East 14: Zach Simich returned an interception 88 yards for a go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter, and Lake Park went on to beat St. Charles East 21-14 for the Lancers’ first win of the season.

St. Francis 34, Prospect 27: Sophomore quarterback Alessio Milivojevic threw for 290 yards and a touchdown in his best performance to date, leading St. Francis to a big 34-27 win at Prospect.

Marmion 27, Montini 10: A gutsy fourth-down call paid major dividends for Marmion Friday, who went on to beat Montini 27-10.

Burlington Central 24, Dundee-Crown 7: Shawn Adkerson carried 18 times for 101 yards and touchdown runs of 6 and 2 yards, and also threw for another touchdown, and the Rockets scored 17 unanswered points in the second half to win their Fox Valley Conference game.

Joshua  Welge

Joshua Welge

I am the Sports Editor for Kendall County Newspapers, the Kane County Chronicle and Suburban Life Media, covering primarily sports in Kendall, Kane, DuPage and western Cook counties. I've been covering high school sports for 24 years. I also assist with our news coverage.