Football

High school football: Week 4 results; recaps for every game

Huntley's Alex Janke runs the ball through the Cary-Grove defense during their week 4 football game at Cary-Grove High School on Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 in Cary.  Huntley won 21-14.
Huntley's Alex Janke runs the ball through the Cary-Grove defense during their week 4 football game at Cary-Grove High School on Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 in Cary. Huntley won 21-14.

Huntley 21, Cary-Grove 14: Huntley QB Bruno Bosman scored three times, including on a 19-yard TD run for the game winner with 4:46 remaining, to help the Red Raiders to the Fox Valley Conference victory.

McHenry 20, Jacobs 10: McHenry's defense picked off Jacobs QB Cole Bhardwaj three times in the first half en route to a surprising FVC win.

Prairie Ridge 56, Dundee-Crown 0: A week after a close loss to Huntley, Prairie Ridge responded with five first-quarter touchdowns to cruise to a FVC victory.

Richmond-Burton 44, Harvard 0: Dalton Wood ran for 109 yards and three touchdowns, while the Rockets' defense pitched its third straight shutout to secure the Kishwaukee River Conference win.

Marengo 33, Johnsburg 0: Finn Schirmer rushed for 110 yards with a touchdown and returned an interception for another score as the Indians shut out the Skyhawks in KRC action.

Crystal Lake South 21, Hampshire 13: Linebacker Joseph Mikulec came away with a critical interception and Ian Gorken scored twice in the fourth quarter to help the Gators rally for the FVC win.

Crystal Lake Central 34, Burlington Central 14: Wide receiver Jake White hauled in seven catches for a career-high 145 yards to help the Tigers in FVC action.

St. Viator 28, Marian Central 21: The Hurricanes rallied from a two-score deficit in the fourth quarter, but St. Viator was able to prevail in their CCL/ESCC Purple Division game.

Woodstock North 29, Woodstock 24: Not only did Elijah Pena run for 221 yards and three scores, the senior also came up with a late interception to seal the KRC win for the Thunder.

River Ridge 58, Alden-Hebron 0: The Giants were shut out and lost running back and linebacker Christian Henderson to a knee injury in the first half.

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