Glenbrook North got back on track.
The Spartans snapped a three-game losing streak with a 42-0 victory over visiting Maine East on Oct. 6.
Jimmy Karfis led the GBN (4-3), rushing the ball eight times for 117 yards with two touchdowns.
Sophomore quarterback Ben Foster completed all three of his passes for 67 yards. He had TD tosses to Ethan Quayle (41 yards) and Colin Paul (15 yards).
GBN’s other TDs were scored by sophomore Michael Ciss. One of fumble recovery. The other on a blocked kick.
The leading tacklers were Skyler Metzger (5), Alex Borczyk (5), Michael Weingardt (5), Landon Abboud (4), Quinn Sybert (4) and Owen Sybert (4). Metzger had a quarterback sack and two other tackles for loss. The other TFLs were recorded by Borczyk, Quinn Sybert, Cam Casey, Max Luc and Ryan Anhari. Abboud had forced fumble.
Loyola Academy 49, Leo 7
— Loyola scored 40 or more points for the third time in four weeks and improved its record to 6-1 with a 49-7 home victory over Leo on Oct. 7.
The Ramblers have now outscored their opponents 224-75.
In the win over Leo, quarterback Quinn Boyle was good on 5 of 6 passes for 139 yards. He opened the game with a 13-yard touchdown run. Then, with 2:49 left in the first quarter, he threw a 77-yard TD pass to Rory Boos.
LA’s other scores came on a 12-yard run by Michael Gavric, a four-yard run by Rhys Logan, a four-yard run by John McCabe, a two-yard run by Matthew Schiltz and a four-yard run by Jared Lombardi.
Boos finished the game with two catches for 83 yards. James Joyce made three grabs for 41 yards.
Maine South 47, Glenbrook South 13
— Maine South proved to be too much for visiting Glenbrook South.
The Titans fell 47-13 to the reigning Class 8A state champions on Oct. 6. The team is now 5-2 on the season.
GBS ended up with nine first downs and 154 yards. Maine South had 15 first downs and 395 yards.
Quarterback Jeffery Chrones (8-15-0, 61 yards) threw a touchdown pass to Ben Hides.
Running back Jack Jerfita (14-42) had the team’s other score.
Hides was the leading pass catcher: 3 grabs, 44 yards.
Defensively, the Titans were led by Conor Nash (6 tackles, 1 sack, 1 tackle for loss), Andy Sirakides (6 tackles, fumble recovery), Peter Thein (5 tackles), Jalen Covington (3 tackles) and Patrick Carney (3 tackles, 1 fumble recovery).
New Trier 41, Niles North 0
— New Trier notched win No. 5 by shutting out host Niles North 41-0 on Oct. 6.
It was the fourth straight win for the Trevians (5-2).
Offensively, the Trevians were led by running back Brian Sitzer (13 rushes, 137 yards, 2 touchdowns), wide receiver Daniel Passeri (3 catches, 60 yards), wide receiver Anthony Nicholas (3 catches, 41 yards, 1 TD), quarterback Carson Ochsenhirt (5-11-0, 77 yards), running back Cameron Rosin (8 rushes, 59 yards) and running back Jonathan Taylor (7 rushes, 46 yards).
NT’s defensive leaders were Sitzer (4 tackles), Peter Murray (4 tackles, 2 quarterback sacks, 1 tackle for loss), Brian Conaghan (3 tackles), JImmy Kokinis (3 tackles), Duke Olges (2 tackles, 2 TFLs) and Carson Kosanovich (2 tackles, 1 TFL).