The Lockport football team put forth another dominant effort on Friday tossing its second consecutive shutout in a 49-0 win over Metea Valley.
Lockport (2-0) got an array of excellent offensive performances including a two touchdown efforts from Andrew LoPresti, Giovanni Zaragoza and Ryan Little.
Minooka 20, Joliet West 15: The Indians secured a narrow victory over the host Tigers to even its season standing at 1-1 overall. The loss dropped the Tigers to 0-2.
Minooka will be at home next week to host Romeoville for Week 3. Joliet West will go on the road to take on Plainfield North.
Plainfield East 32, Shepard 21: The Bengals bounced back from a rough Week 1 outing to even their season mark to 1-1 on the year.
Wilmington 28, Johnsburg 13: At Wilmington, the Wildcats improved to 2-0 with a victory over the Skyhawks.
Karsen Hansen and Jacob Friddle paired up to spur on the Wildcats’ ground game. Hansen rushed for 103 yards on 15 carries and Friddle added 102 yards on 17 rushes. Friddle scored two touchdowns and Hansen found the end zone once.
Bolingbrook 33, Simeon 0: At Bolingbrook, the Raiders improved to 2-0 on the season with a shutout win over Simeon.
They will be back at home next week when they take on Lincoln-Way West.
Rich Township 58, Joliet Central 0: At Joliet, the Steelmen were unable to muster much of anything in a blowout loss that dropped them to 0-2.
Central will look to reverse its fortunes next week on the road against Oswego.
Lincoln-Way Central 17, Lake Park 7: At New Lenox, the Knights bounced back nicely from a week one lopsided loss to even their record at 1-1.
L-WC will be on the road in Flossmoor next week to take on the Vikings.
Reed-Custer 56, Arcola 34: At Braidwood, the Comets’ offense came to play as they improved to 2-0 on the young season with a home win.
Elliot Cassem went off for 269 yards rushing on 22 carries in the victory and Jake McPherson was 7-for-12 through the air for 63 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
R-C will be in Braidwood again next week to host Lisle.
Oswego East 28, Lincoln-Way West 14: At Oswego, the Wolves notched their second win in as many weeks by doubling up the Warriors at home.
Jason Harris had 208 rushing yards for Lincoln-Way West.
They will take their 2-0 record into next week’s matchup with Plainfield East back at home, while L-WW (0-2) will hit the road to square off with Bolingbrook.
Coal City 14, Bishop McNamara 6: At Kankakee, the Coalers ground out a win over the Irish in a low-scoring affair.
The victory moves Coal City to 1-1 on the season. The Coalers will be at home next week for a rivalry showdown with Wilmington.