With no Sam Euler protecting the goal, the OPRF soccer team should have been vulnerable to a possible upset by Fenwick at Oak Park Stadium on Friday night. Instead, the Huskies kept their cross-town rivals at bay and came away with a 1-0 victory in front of 1,843 spectators, a record breaking crowd for a soccer game at the stadium.
The OPRF boys cross-country team's bid to unseat York from its dominance over the Huskies in dual meets for the last nine years fell short last week at Schiller Woods. Top-ranked OPRF lost 25-31 to the No. 2-ranked Dukes, who the Huskies defeated at the Notre Dame Invitational in Peoria just two weeks ago.
With gusty winds causing havoc for anything in the air on Saturday afternoon at Morton West Stadium, the Fenwick football team was forced to keep things on the ground. The result was over 260 total rushing yards and a 17-7 victory over Providence, a team Fenwick had never beaten before in the football program's history.
Me, snap out of my bad mood? How? Please tell. But before you do, read on: The Bears offensive line allows 10 sacks in a 17-3 loss to the Giants. Starting quarterback Jay Cutler, who is sacked nine times, suffers a concussion after running for his life in the first half. Backup quarterback Todd Collins is clocked from behind and leaves the game in the third quarter.