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10/18 HS Football/Marquez Player of Week

Rich Central 28, Kankakee 24 - (KAN) Joseph Jordan 2 TD runs
Bishop McNamara 40, Leo 7 - (BM) Jerrico Johnson 2 TD catches, TD run; Jared Marcotte 218 yds passing, 3 TD passes
Lincoln-Way North 42, Bradley-Bourbonnais 21 -(BB) Jarrod Ware 2 TD runs, 174 yds rushing; L.J. Harris TD run, 75 yds receiving
Manteno 43, Dwight 28 - (MAN) Ethan Kaufman 187 yds passing, 2 TDs; Shawn Boswell 2 TD runs.  (DWI) Tony Bernardy 77 yds rushing, 1 TD
Peotone 28, Lisle 14 - (PEO) Joey Janutis, 3 TD catches, 230 yds receiving; Brandon Wenzel 4/9 234 yards passing, 3 TDs, INT
Seneca 34, Herscher 7 - (HER) Brendan Powell 2 yd TD run
Sandwich 44, Reed-Custer 7 - (RC) Mark Harper 250 yards passing, TD throw to Mason Dransfeldt
Central 35, Watseka 0 - (CEN) Derrick Graham 3 TD runs, 118 yds rushing; Ben Toberman 5 yd INT return for TD
Momence 35, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 3 - (MOM) Aaron Cantwell 4 TD passes, 246 yards.  Leanthony Reasnover 171 yards rushing, TD
St. Thomas More 44, Iroquois West 0 - (STM) Storm Joop 10/16, 266 yards, 4 TD passes all to Michael Plecki--6 catches for 224 yards total receiving.  (IW) Jacob Connor 77 yds rushing, 18 carries
Milford-Cissna Park 55, Oakwood 28 - (MCP) Jacob Marquez 5 TD passes, 236 yards passing; Devon Laubscher 160 yds, 3 TDs on 7 carries
Coal City 49, Westmont 6
Plano 43, Wilmington 22

INDIANA:  Winamac 47, Frontier 13....Rensselaer Central 47, Benton Central 0....Carroll (Flora) 26, N. White 6.....Hammond Noll 34, N. Newton 7....Tri-County 28, Caston 27.....Pioneer 50, W. Central 36

THE FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK IN WATSEKA & CLIFTON PLAYER OF THE WEEK IS JUNIOR QB JACOB MARQUEZ OF THE MILFORD-CISSNA PARK BEARCATS.
ENJOYING A FINE YEAR BOTH IN AREA PASSING AND RUSHING, JACOB WAS ESPECIALLY BUSY FRIDAY 10/18 AT OAKWOOD.  HE WAS OF 8 OF 16 PASSING FOR 238 YARDS AND 5 TOUCHDOWN PASSES.  ALSO HE RUSHED FOR 63 YARDS ON 9 CARRIES, AND EVEN KICKED 5 EXTRA-POINTS, AS HIS BEARCATS WON IN OAKWOOD 55-28, KEEPING MCP'S PLAYOFF HOPES ALIVE HEADING INTO THE REGULAR SEASON'S FINAL WEEK