2019 Illinois high school football scores – Quarterfinals

Illinois high school association

It’s on to the state semifinals next week. Below you can find all of the scores for this weekend’s quarterfinals.

Illinois High School Football Playoff Scores

Quarterfinals

8A

Brother Rice 38, Minooka 21

Warren) 18, Bolingbrook 6

Marist 41, Loyola Academy 27

Lincoln-Way East 26, Homewood-Flossmoor 7

7A

Mt. Carmel 24, Phillips Academy 8

Willowbrook 28, Lake Zurich 10

Nazareth Academy 38, Batavia 24

Rolling Meadows 20,

Rolling Meadows 20, Wheaton Warrenville South 3

6A

Prairie Ridge) 14, Cary-Grove 13

Deerfield 21, Lake Forest 20

East St. Louis 60, Richards 0

Glenwood 40, Providence Catholic 16

5A

St. Rita 35, Hillcrest 8

Boylan Catholic 19, Sycamore 16

Mascoutah 21, Joliet Catholic Academy 14

Rochester 49, Sacred Heart-Griffin 35

4A

Coal City 25, St. Francis 7

Richmond-Burton) 24, Immaculate Conception Catholic 14

Murphysboro [Co-op] 35, McNamara 27

Effingham 27, Prairie Central 14

3A

Princeton 38, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 12

Byron 32, Wilmington 0

Notre Dame (Quincy) 21, Mater Dei 19

Williamsville 56, Vandalia 28

2A

Newman Central Catholic 28, Knoxville 0

Fieldcrest) 37, Central (Clifton) 19

Nashville 41, Pana 19

St. Teresa 34, Auburn 6

1A

Annawan-Wethersfield (Co-op) 20, Morrison 13

Lena-Winslow 52, Aquin 20

Central A & M 42, Arcola 8

Athens 55, Carrollton 28

Related: Illinois high school football scores – 1st Round

Related: Illinois high school football scores – 2nd Round

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