2021 Illinois high school football playoff scores – Quarterfinals

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The 2021 Illinois high school football state semifinals are set. Below you can see every quarterfinal score from the Illinois High School Association.

Illinois High School Football Scores

Playoffs – Quarterfinals


Wilmette (Loyola Academy) 3, Frankfort (Lincoln-Way East) 0

Lockport (Twp.) 28, Carol Stream (Glenbard North) 22

Chicago (Marist) 51, Glenview (Glenbrook South) 21

Park Ridge (Maine South) 14, Naperville (Neuqua Valley) 13


Chicago (Brother Rice) 41, Chicago (Mt. Carmel) 28

Wheaton (North) 10, Villa Park (Willowbrook) 3

Chicago (St. Rita) 36, Rockton (Hononegah) 16

Mt. Prospect (Prospect) 35, Algonquin (Jacobs) 21


Cary (C.-Grove) 42, Crystal Lake (Central) 21

Lake Forest (H.S.) 22, Crystal Lake (Prairie Ridge) 21

East St. Louis (Sr.) 42, Lemont (H.S.) 21

Crete (C.-Monee) 53, Washington 24


Sycamore (H.S.) 14, Chicago (St. Patrick) 0

Oak Park (Fenwick) 28, LaGrange Park (Nazareth Academy) 17

Kankakee (Sr.) 44, Marion (H.S.) 38

Morton 40, Mahomet (M.-Seymour) 28


Joliet (Catholic Academy) 42, Genoa (G.-Kingston) 7

Richmond (R.-Burton) 27, Chicago (Phillips) 26

Rochester 57, Freeburg 28

Springfield (Sacred Heart-Griffin) 55, Breese (Central) 14


Byron 28, Braidwood (Reed-Custer) 24

Elmhurst (IC Catholic) 31, Princeton 7

Tolono (Unity) 28, Williamsville 7

Mt. Carmel 30, Benton 14


Wilmington 45, Kankakee (McNamara) 25

Downs (Tri-Valley) 34, Farmington 12

Decatur (St. Teresa) 48, Breese (Mater Dei) 14

Nashville 43, Pana (H.S.) 19


Colfax (Ridgeview-Lexington) [Coop] 51, Abingdon (A.-Avon) 12

Lena (L.-Winslow) 54, Fulton (H.S.) 28

Moweaqua (Central A & M) 21, Arcola 19

Carrollton 28, Athens 26

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