S: U-HIGH PIONEERS 2011 - JAKE PHELAN - OFFENSIVE LINEMAN
BC: 5A STATE PLAY-OFFS ROUND ONE | Victory | Designed By: Aunt Suzy
FC: OFFENSIVE LINEMAN | Varsity 2011
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4: "In Life, as in Football, the principle to follow is to hit the line hard." | Theodore Roosevelt 1876
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6: U High falls to Morton in opener By Pantagraph Staff | Pantagraph.com | Friday, August 26, 2011 | MORTON -- The University High School football team held a 7-2 halftime lead, but Morton charged back in the second half to hand the Pioneers a 24-17 nonconference season-opening loss on Friday night at Morton. U High added a fourth-quarter field goal to make it 17-10. | 1 | U-High vs Morton | FRIDAY AUGUST 26, 2011 | 23-17
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8: U High upsets CCHS 34-8 By Randy Sharer | Friday, September 2, 2011 | U High quarterback Kyle Morris stiff-arms Central Catholic's Jimmy Rettick Friday, Sept. 2, 2011, at Hancock Stadium in Normal. | NORMAL — After the University High School football team upset No. 4-state ranked Central Catholic, 34-8, to beat the Saints for the first time since 2003, Pioneer fans showered their heroes with a delirious ovation at Hancock Stadium Friday night. U High coach Dusty Burk, his ears still ringing from the green and gold crowd chanting his name, chalked up the win in 99-degree heat to fitness and depth. “I think the big difference was our kids worked their butts off in the off-season,” said Burk after avenging last year’s 33-0 loss. “They had twice as many guys playing both ways as we did.” Those factors might explain how U High dominated the fourth quarter, 21-0, to improve to 1-1 overall and 1-0 in the Corn Belt Conference. Central fell to 1-1 and 0-1. | “I’m so happy for the seniors,” Burk said. “This is a really emotional game for them. When you see guys in tears afterwards, that’s pretty cool.” U High senior quarterback Kyle Morris, whose line gave him Secret Service caliber protection, completed 14 of 18 passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns. Joe Johnson had TD catches of 36 and 25 yards.“It feels great to come back and finally beat these guys,” said Morris, who also rushed 18 times for 62 yards. “They played hard. We played hard.” | U High got the best of a 4-2 difference in turnovers as Brandon Timm and Isaiah Brown recovered fumbles while Jordan Stralow and Jim Solberg intercepted passes. Stralow’s 58-yard interception return for a touchdown with 9:47 left put U High ahead, 20-8. Solberg tacked on a 28-yard interception return for a TD 76 seconds later. U High’s Gary Arvik, who finished with 90 yards on 19 carries, ended the scoring with a 1-yard plunge with 1:05 left. “They handled us up front,” said Central coach Bobby Moews. “Their line was much better than our line. They blocked a lot better.” U High tackled well enough to hold Saint standout Shane Powe to 38 yards on 15 rushes. Oliver Moews’ 32-yard QB keeper was Central’s only TD. The Saints got a safety when a snap went out of the end zone on a punt attempt. “We better learn from this because if not, it’s going to be a long year,” said Moews, whose team lost the total yardage battle, 342-143. | 2 | U-High vs Central | FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 2011
10: Morris, U High romp in shutout of Olympia By Randy Reinhardt | firstname.lastname@example.org | Friday, September 9, 2011 | NORMAL -- After a fake hand-off to Joe Johnson, quarterback Kyle Morris was off and running on University High School's first play from scrimmage Friday at Hancock Stadium. And so were the Pioneers, who carried the momentum of Morris' 59 yard touchdown romp to a 55-0 Corn Belt Conference victory over Olympia. Morris rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 122 yards and two more while playing only in the first half as U-High moved to a 2-1 over-all and 2-0 in the Cornbelt. "Kyle was very strong," Pioneers' Coach Dusty Burk said. "But our offensive line really opened up some nice lanes. That gave him the opportunity to see open receivers and run with the football." Johnson scored from 1 yard out before hauling in a 26-yard touchdown pass from Morris for a 20-0 U-High lead. The Pioneers rolled up four second-quarter TDs on an 18-yard Morris keeper, a 2 yard Gary Arvik plunge, a 35-yard pass from Morris to Jim Solberg and Bryan Sangsay's 28-yard rush. "We had a great game last week, 2-way U-High lineman Eli Sloneker said win over Central Catholic. "We wanted to keep it going, and I think we did that." Olympia (0-3, 0-2) was held to a net over 4 yards nd no first downs in the first half. "The whole first half we stayed strong and played as a unit," said Pinoeers' defensive tackle Isaiah Brown. "We didn't have any mental busts. We just did what we were supposed to do." U-High added a third-quarter score on a 25-yard sprint by back up quarter-back Arion Worthman, who finished with 108 yards on the ground. "What I'm most happy about is the focus of our kids," Burk said. "They're hungry. I'm excited about how well we are playing." The Pinoeers' totaled 358 yard rushing and 125 yards passing. Olympia netted all but 1 of its 75 yards by the run. "We're a pretty young team. AT the most at any time we have two or three seniors on the field,"Spartans' Coach Mike Rathbum said. "It's a learning process, and unfortunately learning has a cost." | 3 | U-High vs Olympia | FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 | SHUTOUT
11: "Kyle was very strong," Pioneers' Coach Dusty Burk said."But our really some nice lanes. That gave him the opportunity to see open receivers and run with the football." | Offensive Line | opened up | Captains!
12: Johnson catches, carries U High to blowout victory By Jim Benson | email@example.com | Friday September 16, 2011 | NORMAL -- If only every call University High School football coach Dusty Burk made was as easy as this one. “We have a tough decision on which way to give him the ball,” said Burk about talented sophomore halfback Joe Johnson. The Pioneers decided to use Johnson as both a runner and receiver Friday night at Hancock Stadium. Johnson responded with 248 yards and three touchdowns as U High pulled away late for a 58-22 victory over Prairie Central in Corn Belt Conference game. Johnson rushed for 162 yards and two TDs, while grabbing five passes for 86 yards and another score as U High (3-1, 3-0) rolled up 446 yards of total offense in earning its third straight victory. Getting into the end zone via run or pass doesn’t make a difference to Johnson. | U-High vs Prairie Central | FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 | 4 | University High's Joe Johnson (23) tries to jump over a tackle by Prairie Central's Evan Bahler during the second quarter Friday, Sept. 16, 2011, at Hancock Stadium in Normal. | “They’re both great,” he said. “We had a really good push up front. The line was really blocking for me. I thank them for that and give them credit. Kyle (Morris) was really putting it on me.” Prairie Central (1-3, 0-3) trailed 17-7 in the third quarter when Morris and Johnson hooked up on a 44-yard TD pass which started a wild final 16 minutes in which 56 points were scored. “We split it down the seam, and Kyle does a really good job putting it right there and lofting it out there,” said Johnson. “It’s really a sneak attack for us. They don’t see it coming because the two-man backfield is usually run.” Prairie Central quarterback Addison Bounds tried to keep it close. His third TD pass of the game, a 13-yarder to Evan Bahler on the first play of the fourth quarter, cut U High’s lead to 31-22. But U High, propelled by Jordan Stralow’s 74-yard kickoff return, scored two plays later on Morris’ 9-yard run. Johnson added a 19-yard TD run with 3:09 left, while interception returns for TDs by Evan Weaver and Bryan Sengsay in the final 1:44 padded the final margin. “They played better tonight. We’re banged up and injured,” said Prairie Central coach Brian Hassett. “That was my fault at the end. The kids played well. The score did not indicate how well we played.” The Hawks also had control stopping Morris. The senior rushed for 90 yards and also completed 10 of 19 attempts for 172 yards and two TDs. “I thought our offensive line in both halves did a pretty good job of pass protection,” said Burk. “In the second half that’s when I thought they really did a good job in our running game. When they start doing that it opens up so much in our offense.” Bounds threw for 282 yards and three TDs as the Hawks gained 377 yards of total offense. | BLOWOUT!
14: U High moves to 4-1 after rout of Eureka By Jeff Wiseman | firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted: Friday, September 23, 2011 | EUREKA — Spending a majority of a football game on the opponent’s side of the field will not yield a win in the time of possession category. But it will greatly increase chances of victory in the game itself. “A lot,” University High School coach Dusty Burk said. “It’s always nice when your defense gives up short yardage.” U High was on the Eureka side of the 50 frequently Friday night on its way to a 55-12 win as the Pioneers (4-1 overall) posted their fourth straight victory to keep a share of first in the Corn Belt Conference at 4-0. Eureka fell to 1-4 and 1-3. The Pioneers blocked two punts and scored on their first five possessions — four of those on Joe Johnson touchdown runs, including a 52-yarder with 11 seconds left in the first quarter for a 21-0 lead. He finished with 74 yards on just seven carries. The run game picked up after the Pioneers’ established the aerial attack. Quarterback Kyle Morris picked apart Eureka’s secondary, completing 10 of 13 passes for 211 yards and no interceptions. “It puts it on the quarterback and receivers,” said Burk of seeing man coverage. “(Morris) was putting it right where it needed to be.” U High’s receiving corps was led by 6-foot-5 sophomore Kane Wildermuth, who had five catches for 120 yards, and freshman Arion Worthman, with four receptions for 90 yards and a TD. “That sophomore (Wildermuth) he is a ton,” Brian Johnson said. Worthman took over at quarterback in the second half, which saw a running clock. Eureka’s touchdowns came from Carter Vance. The first was a 33-yard screen pass from quarterback Kolton Merritt late in the second quarter. The other came on a 25-yard run in the third. Vance finished with 74 yards on 11 carries. | U-High vs Eureka | FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 2011 | 5 | VICTORY
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16: U High alumni smile at win over Pontiac By Randy Sharer | email@example.com | Posted: Friday, September 30, 2011 | NORMAL — With University High School’s 8-0 football team of 1970 looking on, the Pioneers of 2011 thumped Pontiac, 33-0, Friday. It was U High’s third win over the Indians in 20 years. “It was in front of alumni so it means a lot,” said 6-foot-5, 195-pound sophomore receiver Kane Wildermuth, who contributed two TD catches to the homecoming triumph. “I thought the defense did an outstanding job tonight,” said U High coach Dusty Burk, whose team improved to 5-1 overall and 5-0 in the Corn Belt Conference. “I thought the offense and special teams were pretty sloppy, but we made a couple big plays when we needed to.” Among those plays was a 30-yard TD pass from Kyle Morris to Joe Johnson midway through the first quarter. “We matched up well on that play and nobody ran with Joe out of the backfield and it was an easy six,” Burk said. | U-High vs Pontiac | FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 | 6 | Madison Roberts University High quarterback Kyle Morris tries to run past two Pontiac defenders in the second quarter of Friday nights game at Hancock Stadium in Normal. | Pontiac coach Dave Young had seen that play from U High four times in other games. “We prepared for it all week and our guy just let the guy run right by him,” said Young, who was otherwise pleased with his defense through three quarters. What hurt the Indians (3-3, 2-3) was allowing U High to start 7 of 11 drives in Pontiac territory. Morris finished 10 of 21 for 171 yards and three TDs. He also rushed nine times for 100 yards including a 65-yard TD that made it 12-0 at the 7:17 mark of the third quarter. “It was a designed pass play and he did a good job of taking what they gave him,” Burk said. “That’s something maybe he wouldn’t have done in the past. I thought that was one of the changing plays of the game.” Wildermuth added two breathing-room plays with TD catches of 9 and 26 yards. Reserve Bryan Sengsay ended the scoring with a 7-yard run. Pontiac managed just four first downs as it was outgained, 286-39. Hurting the cause were five fumbles on the center-to-QB exchange. “We were having a hard time getting anything going on offense anyway, but we just had how many (bad) snaps where now we’re at the loss of a down and still at the same yardage,” Young lamented. | SHUTOUT
18: Win puts U High on top of Corn Belt By Pantagraph staff pantagraph.com | Posted: Friday, October 7, 2011 | RANTOUL — Quarterback Kyle Morris rushed for 185 yards and three first-quarter touchdowns as the University High School football team took sole possession of the top spot in the Corn Belt Conference with a convincing 42-14 win over host Rantoul Friday. The Pioneers (6-1, 6-0) jumped out to a 22-0 lead after Morris scored on runs of 16, 51 and 22 yards. U High upped the margin to 30-0 at the half when Morris hit Malik Wildermuth with an 18-yard scoring toss just before intermission. Morris was 7 of 23 for 93 yards and two interceptions. Arion Worthman tacked on a pair of scoring runs in the third quarter, finding the end zone on runs of 5 and 6 yards to end the scoring. Jim Solberg led a swarming U High defense, which forced seven Rantoul turnovers. He intercepted two passes and recovered two fumbles. Rantoul (1-6, 1-5) scored twice in the final period to avert the shutout. | U-High vs Rantoul | FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 2011 | 7 | GO TEAM
20: Diedrich lifts Mahomet over U High for share of Corn Belt By Randy Reinhardt | firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted: Friday, October 14, 2011 | NORMAL — A thrilling victory left Mahomet-Seymour High School football coach Keith Pogue less than thrilled Friday. Second-half touchdown runs of 61 and 8 yards from Pantagraph area rushing leader Chase Diedrich lifted the Bulldogs to a 21-18 Corn Belt Conference victory over University High at Hancock Stadium. Yet sharing the Corn Belt title with the Pioneers wasn’t quite as enjoyable for Pogue after Diedrich suffered an ankle injury late in the game. “We had to run right at them. We weren’t going to get the edge on them. They’re too quick,” Pogue said. “We paid a really heavy price for this game. I think Chase broke his ankle. It’s really bittersweet right now.” Ranked 10th in Class 5A, U High (6-2, 6-1) had a potential game-tying 45-yard Luke Otto field goal fall just short with 13 seconds remaining. The Pioneers still hold a share of the Corn Belt crown for the first time since 1996. | U-High vs Mahomet | FRIDAY OCTOBER 14, 2011 | 8 | U High quarterback Kyle Morris is run down by Mahomet's Kurt Clapper chases Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, at Hancock Stadium in Normal. | “The kids are disappointed. They felt like they let one get through their fingers,” U High coach Dusty Burk said. “We missed a couple opportunities, and our special teams weren’t good tonight. But when Mahomet had to make plays, they stepped up and made plays.” After being outgained 183-43 in the opening half, the No. 8-ranked Bulldogs (7-1, 6-1) benefited from their own miscue. Without a personal protector, Mahomet-Seymour punter Jordan Rock avoided a likely block by running 16 yards for a third-quarter first down. On the next snap, Diedrich blasted up the middle and sprinted 61 yards for a touchdown. U High’s Gary Arvik broke up the two-point conversion pass to preserve a 15-13 lead. A 32-yard Otto field goal extended the U High edge to 18-13 before a 60-yard Garret Risley punt return gave the Bulldogs the ball at the Pioneers’ 13. Two plays later, Diedrich scored from 8 yards out. The two-point conversion pass from Brad Izatt to Clay Kibler put the score at 21-18 with 4:51 remaining. After failing on one fourth down, U High took its final possession to the 29-yard line before Otto’s on-line boot landed short. “I thought he could make it. We knew we were challenging him a little bit,” Burk said. “We felt like he had good power in his leg tonight.” Marshall Graham handed the Bulldogs a 7-0 lead by returning the opening kickoff 86 yards. . | SENIOR NIGHT
21: U High found the end zone on a 1-yard sneak by Kyle Morris, who mishandled the extra point snap but passed to Arvik for two points instead. Jim Solberg brought back the first of his three interceptions 54 yards for a touchdown to boost the Pioneers’ second-quarter lead to 15-7. Diedrich rushed for 103 of his 106 yards in the second half. Morris netted 82 of his 101 yards in the opening half, while tailback Joe Johnson added 86 yards on the ground.
22: Solberg scores another defensive TD in U High win By Randy Reinhardt | email@example.com | Posted: Friday, October 21, 2011 | NORMAL — Intercepting three passes and returning one for a touchdown in a loss to Mahomet-Seymour last week didn’t do much for University High senior Jim Solberg. “Any time we win is better,” Solberg said. “Winning is better.” By that measure, Solberg and the Pioneers’ defense were considerably better Friday at Hancock Stadium in a 21-0 nonconference victory over Peoria Notre Dame. Solberg forced a fumble and recovered two, picking one fumble out of the air and returning it 83 yards for a crucial touchdown as the Pioneers posted their best regular-season record since 1997 at 7-2. “In my opinion, he’s an all-state safety,” U High coach Dusty Burk said. “He had a huge game against Mahomet when I thought he was the best player on the field. Again tonight he came up with some big plays.” Notre Dame (5-4) was inside the Pioneers’ 20-yard line in search of the tying touchdown when Solberg emerged from a third-quarter scrum with the football and sprinted down the sideline for a touchdown and a 14-0 U High lead. | U-High vs Peoria Notre Dame | FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 2011 | 9 | U High's Kane Wildermuth celebrates a touchdown with teammate Ben Schweitzer against Peoria Notre Dame Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, at Hancock Stadium in Normal. | “Mitch Bottorff punched it out. It came into my hands and I just ran,” Solberg said. “It’s just players doing their job and opportunities come up.” U High pulled ahead 21-0 when Arion Worthman snared a tipped pass from Kyle Morris and found the end zone from 22 yards out at the 2:45 mark of the third quarter. Solberg struck again when the Irish’s Cole Kuntzman charged near the goal line only to be stripped at the 1 by Solberg, who pounced on the loose ball in the end zone. U High, which scored a first-half touchdown on a 16-yard toss from Morris to Kane Wildermuth, managed just 82 hard-fought rushing yards on 23 carries and passed for 102. “They did a nice job defensively,” said Burk, whose team recorded its third shutout of the season. “Thankfully, our defense stepped up and played really well and created some turnovers.” Notre Dame quarterback Dominic Comfort rushed for a game-high 71 yards and passed for 61 as the Irish edged the Pioneers in total offense, 195-184. | SHUTOUT
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24: U High handles Centralia in first-round win By The Pantagraph | Posted: Friday, October 28, 2011 | NORMAL — A Centralia offense which seemingly was unstoppable throughout the regular season found the sledding much tougher on Saturday in the program’s first playoff game in a decade. Visiting University High School forced five Centralia turnovers and held the high-powered Orphans to just one touchdown until late in the game, as the Pioneers cruised to a 48-20 win over Centralia at Evers Field in a Class 5A first-round playoff game. Now 8-2, the Pioneers will play Chatham Glenwood in the second round next week. The date and time for that game will be announced on Monday. Meanwhile, the Orphans saw their most successful season since 1974 come to an end at 8-2. Averaging more than 43 points per game, Centralia did hold a 6-0 lead midway through the first quarter after Andrew Panega capped an 86-yard scoring drive with a 1-yard run. However, the rest of the day belonged to the Pioneers and their defense, as U High scored the next 41 points of the contest in the first ever meeting between the schools. “The defense obviously played well,” said Pioneers’ head coach Dusty Burk, whose team held the Orphans to a season-low of 307 yards of total offense. “They did everything we asked of them, for the most part. They tackled in open space, they got lot of pressure on the quarterback and they studied hard this week. They worked hard at learning tendencies and what the offense was going to do them and I thought it showed.” Up front, linemen Carson Schumacher and Isaiah Jones harassed Centralia quarterback Dyman Sodsaikitch into a 4-for-19 day, a showing that included an interception that linebacker Jeff Larsen brought back 26 yards for a second-quarter touchdown. | U-High vs Centralia | FRIDAY OCTOBER 28, 2011 | 10 | Round 1 | STATE PLAY-OFFS | CLASS 5A STATE
25: That score left U High with a 20-6 lead and the second of Joe Johnson’s three rushing touchdowns at the 5:04 mark of the second quarter left the Pioneers sitting on a 27-6 spread at halftime. Centralia tried to answer just in front of intermission, but a pass thrown by Rashad Campbell was tipped by Pioneer defender Gary Arvik and corralled in the end zone by teammate Jordan Stralow to snuff out the Orphans’ scoring chance. “I feel like we’ve got a lot of playmakers on defense,” Burk said. “We’ve got a lot of speed and the kids like to hit. I thought Jeff’s interception and getting that stop right before halftime were the two key moments of the game.” Johnson (12 carries, 58 yards) made it a 34-6 game in the third with a 6-yard run and U-High. He then caught a 24-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kyle Morris early in the fourth to make it 41-6. “I think the hardest part of all of this is that we’re a better team than what we showed,” said Centralia coach Ray Kauling. “We didn’t have our best showing today and a lot of that is them. They did some things to take some stuff away from us offensively.” With the game well out of doubt, the Centralia offense sprung to life in the final three minutes of the game, as Campbell found Stephonta Moore on scoring passes of 81 and 13 yards. In between, Morris had a 7-yard scoring run for U-High. Morris finished with 147 yards on the ground and scored twice. Through the air, he was an efficient 16 for 21 for 116 yards, an effort that included an 11 for 11 showing in the second half. | Play-Offs
26: U High comes up just short against Chatham Glenwood The Pantagraph - Saturday, November 5, 2011 - By: Joe Deacon | U-High vs Chatham | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2011 | 11 | Round 2 | STATE PLAY-OFFS | BLOOMINGTON — The University High School football team got almost everything it needed Saturday: A huge game from quarterback Kyle Morris, a crucial defensive stop inside its own 1-yard line and a chance to upset the seventh-ranked team in Class 5A. What the Pioneers didn't get was one extra yard. With U High facing fourth-and-3 from the Chatham Glenwood 13 in the final minute, Nathan Hack stopped Joe Johnson at the 11 on a screen pass to preserve the Titans' 27-20 second-round playoff victory at Illinois Wesleyan's Tucci Stadium. "I'm so proud of the kids; they gave us everything they had. That fourth-down stop on the goal line was big and we had a shot. That's all you can ask for," said U High coach Dusty Burk, whose team ended its season at 8-3. Morris rushed for 187 yards and two touchdowns, including a 47-yard dash keyed by Gary Arvik's crushing block on the final play of the third quarter that pulled the Pioneers within a score. Glenwood (10-1) answered by using 13 plays over 6 minutes before Jim Solberg stopped Joey Giovannelli inside the 1 on third-and-goal from the 4. The Titans passed on a potential 10-point lead andArvik, Isaiah Brown and the U High defensive front kept Glenwood's Brandon Montrey from breaking the plane with 5:18 left. | JOEL FELLERS University High's Kyle Morris (11) runs past Chatham Glenwood's Zach Finn (73) during a high school football second-round playoff game Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at Tucci Stadium in Bloomington. | Morris and the Pioneers then marched 87 yards over 14 plays to face fourth down with 1:11 remaining. Morris stepped to his right then threw back to the left where Johnson had blockers ahead of him, but Hack managed to sneak around a block and make the tackle. "I told the coaches before we called the play I was either going to look like a hero or a chump on this one," said Burk, whose team trailed by 14 at intermission before blanking Glenwood in the second half. "We were just a block away from that maybe being a touchdown. "The kids played their hearts out. A lot of teams in the past would've tucked tail after that first half. These kids came out fighting harder than ever." U High fell behind 13-3 in the second quarter as Glenwood quarterback Miles McAdams threw touchdown passes to Daniel Helm and Sean Dowling. Luke Otto's second field goal trimmed the lead to 13-6 before a Jordan Stralow fumble recovery led to Morris' game-tying 22-yard scamper. | ONLY | ONE | YARD SHORT
27: Glenwood closed the half with a 21-yard Giovannelli TD run and a McAdams keeper set up by Dowling's catch over two defenders at the U High 1. "I told them the same thing they already knew: the other team wasn't any better than us," Burk said of his halftime message. "We just had to come out and make plays. They made the plays in the first half and we needed to come out and make plays in the second half. We did, we just needed one or two more." Morris threw for 165 yards on 18-of-28 passing, with Kane Wildermuth catching six passes for 64 yards and Andy Cochran adding 59 yards on four receptions. Johnson netted 69 yards on 14 rushes. "U High's got a really good football team," said Glenwood Coach Dan Rourke, whose team will have a chance to avenge its only loss when it meets Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin in quarterfinals. "Their offensive line is good and they've got that quarterback back there who had a heckuva game today. We're fortunate to come out the winner. I was just very happy to see that tackle. I think the better team won the game today, I really do. I think we scored at the other end and that's neither here nor there but it would've been unfortunate had we lost that ballgame."
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