While Morton may have derailed the OPRF soccer team's postseason run last week with a 1-0 win in the semifinal of the Class 3A Argo Sectional, the Huskies will no doubt have nothing but fond memories of the 2010 season.
Facing a team that only allowed a total of 49 points in nine regular-season games this season, the Fenwick football team gave Prairie Ridge a scare more times than once in the first round of the Class 6A playoffs in Crystal Lake on Saturday.
Football coaches don't get tired. Oh sure, they sleep — we all have to sleep — but football coaches don't get tired, they just shutdown. There's no scientific reason for it. It's just fact. Wake up. Football. Sleep. Wake up. Football. Sleep. Wake up. Football.
The 13th-seeded Friars travel to Crystal Lake on Saturday to take on fourth-seeded Prairie Ridge (8-1) for the first round of the playoffs. Fenwick’s play this season has been mediocre at best, but then again the Friars compete in the bruising Blue Division of the Chicago Catholic League, home to such powerhouses as Loyola, Mt. Carmel and St. Rita.