The St. Edward football team already had next Friday's Metro Suburban Blue opener at defending Class 3A state champion IC Catholic Prep in mind while rolling past host Guerin 56-0 in River Grove Saturday"We were prepping for Guerin but in the back of our heads we were thinking IC the whole time because of what they did to us last year," St. Edward senior Tyler Holte said of a 49-3 loss. "We really want to get revenge on them and give them our best shot."
Senior Lucas Segobiano admitted "emotions were a little down" after St. Charles North's 7-point halftime lead at rival St. Charles East turned into a 14-point third-quarter deficit, but the two-way standout said his team never stopped believing. The determined North Stars rallied for 2 touchdowns on drives led by junior quarterback Michael Hohensee, and they won the Upstate Eight River thriller 35-34 in overtime when the defense stuffed the Saints' potential game-winning 2-point conversion run.
Burlington Central and St. Edward each lost a key football player to a season-ending knee injury this week. St. Edward senior safety/wide receiver Saveon Smith was given the bad news Monday. The injury he suffered in a Week 2 loss to Chicago Hope Academy? A torn ACL and torn MCL. Burlington Central junior quarterback Johnny DiCostanzo was diagnosed Tuesday with a torn ACL and torn meniscus, suffered while pitching the ball in the third quarter of Friday's 38-7 win over Rockford Lutheran.
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