2015 Illinois high school football playoff pairings – Quarterfinals

Illinois high school association

Class 8A
Quarterfinals
(8) Homewood-Flossmoor at (1) Loyola, 1 Sat.
(5) Brother Rice at (13) Palatine, 2 Sat.
(23) Marist at (15) Oswego, 6 Sat.
(6) Naperville Central at (30) Waubonsie Valley, 1:30 Sat.

Class 7A
Quarterfinals
(1) Glenbard West at (9) Rockford Auburn, 1 Sat.
(5) Cary-Grove at (4) Batavia, 1 Sat.
(31) Niles North at (23) Bradley-Bourbonnais, 5 Sat.
(6) Normal at (3) Libertyville, 1 Sat.

Class 6A
Quarterfinals
(1) Montini at (5) DeKalb, 1 Sat.
(3) Riverside-Brookfield at (2) Prairie Ridge, 2 Sat.
(13) Hinsdale South at (1) Lincoln-Way North, 6 Sat.
(2) Sacred Heart-Griffin at (6) Crete-Monee, 5, Sat.

Class 5A
Quarterfinals
(8) Tinley Park at (5) St. Laurence, 7 Sat.
(3) Joliet Catholic at (7) Nazareth, 1 Sat.
(4) Champaign Central (1) Washington, IL, 1 Sat.
(3) Peoria Central at (7) Lincoln-Way West, 3 Sat.

Class 4A
Quarterfinals
(4) Geneseo vs. (1) Phillips at Gately, 7 Sat.
(3) Rockford Lutheran at (2) Marengo, 5:30 Sat.
(4) Rochester at (1) Belleville Althoff, 3 Sat.
(3) Taylorville at (10) Breese Mater Dei, 2 Sat.

Class 3A
Quarterfinals
(8) Byron at (5) McNamara, 1 Sat.
(3) IC Prep at (2) Princeton, 5 Sat.
(1) St. Joseph-Ogden at (5) Bloomington Central Catholic, 4 Sat.
(10) Tolono Unity at (6) Monticello, 2 Sat.

Class 2A
Quarterfinals
(4) Deer Creek-Mackinaw at (1) Tri-Valley, 2 Sat.
(2) Wethersfield at (6) Spring Valley Hall, 2 Sat.
(12) Auburn, IL at (1) Pana, 2 Sat.
(15) Athens at (11) Nashville, 2 Sat.

Class 1A
Quarterfinals
(4) Polo at (1) Stark County, 2 Sat.
(6) Orion at (2) Ottawa Marquette, 3:30 Sat.
(4) Carrollton at (9) LeRoy, 2 Sat.
(3) Arcola at (2) Gibson City-Melvin-Sisley, 2 Sat.

 

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