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Naperville Central senior three star ranked wide receiver Emmanuel Rugamba (6-foot-0, 172 pounds) made an unofficial visit Saturday to Iowa and gave head coach Kirk Ferentz his verbal commitment.
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10mNo. 10 Oak Park-River Forest tied its season high in points scored with 49, taking down York on Friday.
10mNo. 3 Providence remains unbeaten after defeating No. 7 St. Rita, 41-27, behind quarterback Justin Hunniford's four touchdowns.
10mAddison Trail overcame a one-point halftime deficit, and delivered a crucial defensive stop on fourth-and-goal late in the game to knock off Hinsdale South, 20-16.
10mNo. 2 Glenbard West recorded 28 unanswered points in the second quarter to rout No. 20 Hinsdale Central, 42-7.
10mNo. 5 Maine South rolled past Glenbrook South, 42-7, after scoring five touchdowns in their first seven possessions in the first half.
10mHighland Park was given a scare by arch-rival Deerfield, but the Giants survived after a late game comeback, winning 17-14.