Archive for August 2012

High School Football: Morris vs. Minooka Week 1 Photobook

Morris versus Minooka Game In Photos: The Morris Redskins (1-0) defeated their longtime rivals. the Minooka Indians (0-1) 14-6 to open the 2012-2013 Prep Football Season. Note: Images – All Rights Reserved By The Author

Prep Football: Southwest Prairie Conference Week 1 Recap / Week Two Preview

Prep Football: Southwest Prairie Conference Week 1 Recap / Week Two Preview
The 2012-2013 Season opened-up pretty much as I expected with only three teams being able to score victories. Two of the three victories, though, were against “easy pickings” while Oswego showed why it is one of Southwest Prairie Conference’s best programs. But what about the other five teams? Well, some could have come away with... Read more »

2012-2013 IHSA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL WEEK 1 SCORES

2012-2013 IHSA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL WEEK 1 SCORES
2012-2013 IHSA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL WEEK 1 IHSA WEEK 1 FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 CONFERENCE BIG RIVERS Amboy [Amboy-LaMoille Coop] 19, Port Byron (Riverdale) 18 Erie [Erie-Prophetstown Coop] 25, Fulton (H.S.) 22 Manlius (Bureau Valley) 35, Spring Valley (Hall) 27 Morrison 14, Kewanee (H.S.) 0 Sterling (Newman Central Catholic) 27, Peru (St. Bede) 6 BIG TWELVE... Read more »
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Prep Football: Southwest Prairie Conference Might Just Be A Wild Ride - Part 2

Prep Football: Southwest Prairie Conference Might Just Be A Wild Ride - Part 2
The Best of The Rest The Best of The Rest in the Southwest Prairie Conference will not only be competitive, but almost any of them could snatch the top spot under the right conditions. All four of these Plainfield High School programs will be good – with the only question being – exactly how good?... Read more »

Prep Football: Southwest Prairie Conference Might Just Be A Wild Ride - Part 1

Prep Football: Southwest Prairie Conference Might Just Be A Wild Ride - Part 1
The Southwest Prairie Conference (SPC) have been making strides ever since I began following it. But they are still a long way off before they can compete “top to bottom” with some of the premier conferences in the Southwest Suburban area. Nevertheless, there a couple of programs, such as Minooka and Oswego, who regularly produce... Read more »