2019 Illinois high school football playoff scores – Round 2

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Illinois hits the quarterfinal round of the 2019 high school football playoffs next weekend. See all second round scores below from the Illinois High School Association.

Illinois High School Football Playoff Scores

2nd Round

8A

Game 17 — Minooka 34, Edwardsville (H.S.) 17

Game 18 — Chicago (Brother Rice) 25, South Elgin 7

Game 19 — Gurnee (Warren) 31, Palatine (Fremd) 6

Game 20 — Bolingbrook 31, Oswego (H.S.) 30 (2 OT)

Game 21 — Wilmette (Loyola Academy) 28, Glen Ellyn (Glenbard West) 27

Game 22 — Chicago (Marist) 14, Huntley 7

Game 23 — Frankfort (Lincoln-Way East) 23, Niles (Notre Dame) 13

Game 24 — Flossmoor (Homewood-F.) 38, Naperville (Neuqua Valley) 22

7A

Game 17 — Chicago (Mt. Carmel) 34, Carol Stream (Glenbard North) 14

Game 18 — Chicago (Phillips) 20, Normal (Community) 0

Game 19 — Lake Zurich 14, Arlington Heights (Hersey) 7

Game 20 — Villa Park (Willowbrook) 33, Yorkville (H.S.) 24

Game 21 — LaGrange Park (Nazareth Academy) 49, Harvey (Thornton) 21

Game 22 — Batavia 48, Rockton (Hononegah) 0

Game 23 — Rolling Meadows 26, Mt. Prospect (Prospect) 14

Game 24 — Wheaton (W. Warrenville South) 28, Downers Grove (North) 7

6A

Game 17 — Crystal Lake (Prairie Ridge) 49, Chicago (Simeon) 0

Game 18 — Cary (C.-Grove) 14, Antioch 7

Game 19 — Deerfield (H.S.) 28, Chicago (Kenwood) 13

Game 20 — Lake Forest (H.S.) 35, Maple Park (Kaneland) 10

Game 21 — East St. Louis (Sr.) 70, Rock Island (H.S.) 28

Game 22 — Oak Lawn (Richards) 42, Peoria (H.S.) 34

Game 23 — Chatham (Glenwood) 38, Lemont (H.S.) 28

Game 24 — New Lenox (Providence Catholic) 61, Crete (C.-Monee) 37

5A

Game 17 — Chicago (St. Rita) 32, Sterling (H.S.) 0

Game 18 — Country Club Hills (Hillcrest) 28, Oak Park (Fenwick) 7

Game 19 — Rockford (Boylan Catholic) 38, Aurora (Marmion Academy) 6

Game 20 — Sycamore (H.S.) 16, Lombard (Montini) 13 (OT)

Game 21 — Joliet (Catholic Academy) 27, Mt. Zion 14

Game 22 — Mascoutah 22, Kankakee (Sr.) 18

Game 23 — Rochester 42, Highland 7

Game 24 — Springfield (Sacred Heart-Griffin) 27, Troy (Triad) 13

4A

Game 17 — Coal City 25, Kewanee (H.S.) 0

Game 18 — Wheaton (St. Francis) 21, Genoa (G.-Kingston) 12

Game 19 — Richmond (R.-Burton) 49, Marengo 7

Game 20 — Elmhurst (IC Catholic) 35, Stillman Valley 14

Game 21 — Murphysboro [Coop] 28, Chillicothe (Illinois Valley Central) 14

Game 22 — Kankakee (McNamara) 31, Tolono (Unity) 6

Game 23 — Fairbury (Prairie Central) 28, Columbia 22

Game 24 — Effingham (H.S.) 42, Benton 7

3A

Game 17 — Princeton 16, Spring Valley (Hall) 0

Game 18 — Paxton (P.-Buckley-Loda) 27, Farmington 7

Game 19 — Byron 42, Durand [Du-Pec Coop] 14

Game 20 — Wilmington 28, Eureka 7

Game 21 — Quincy (Notre Dame) 21, Beardstown 7

Game 22 — Breese (Mater Dei) 21, Fairfield 6

Game 23 — Williamsville 48, DuQuoin (H.S.) 14

Game 24 — Vandalia 23, Mt. Carmel 20

2A

Game 17 — Knoxville 20, Watseka 14

Game 18 — Sterling (Newman Central Catholic) 21, Gibson City (G.C.-Melvin-Sibley) 6

Game 19 — Minonk (Fieldcrest) 35, Elgin (St. Edward) 14

Game 20 — Clifton (Central) 39, Aledo (Mercer County) 28

Game 21 — Pana (H.S.) 47, Fithian (Oakwood) 20

Game 22 — Nashville 28, Bismarck (B.-Henning-Rossville-Alvin) 14

Game 23 — Auburn 16, Maroa (M.-Forsyth) 14

Game 24 — Decatur (St. Teresa) 63, Tuscola 20

1A

Game 17 — Kewanee (Wethersfield) [A.-Wethersfield Coop] 30, Forreston 26

Game 18 — Morrison 44, Kirkland (Hiawatha) 12

Game 19 — Lena (L.-Winslow) 52, Orangeville 8

Game 20 — Freeport (Aquin) 27, Stockton 18

Game 21 — Moweaqua (Central A & M) 69, Fisher 34

Game 22 — Arcola 23, Greenfield [G.-Northwestern Coop] 14

Game 23 — Carrollton 48, Argenta (A.-Oreana) 35

Game 24 — Athens 24, Camp Point (Central) 6

Related: 1st Round Illinois High School Playoff Scores

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