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    October 22, 2009


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    Didn't expect Hubbard to shut them out but they do have a really good team. Since Bogan is undefeated are they moving up to the Illini and which one will it be?

    Bogan will move up either to the Illini- Hearland where they will replace winless Crane or they could goto the Illini- Land of Lincoln where they will replace Manley. The CPS mixes up conferences every so often, so you can never tell. Best for Bogan is if they goto the Heartland where it is tougher Land of Lincoln with Robeson and King. King is my 3rd best CPS team after Morgan Park and Hubbard. King can run with Simeon.

    Bogan has lots of senior this year so don;t expect them to have the same year as this year. The QB Adewele's mom frequents this blog.

    Lane Football losing records (and the team's head coach) in the past 30 years:

    1979 4-5 Sam Bronswick
    1994 5-6 Robert Karlov
    2009 4-5 Richard Rio

    Wow the Illini Heartland looks like a Chicago conference. They need to spread the teams in the Illini a bit. Bogan losses Kareem who reminds me alot of my old qb Marco Thomas in 2000-01. They will also lose Bibbs who is probably one of the most underrated players in the city. I don't think they'll do to well in state but they can give Simeon, Hubbard, and MP a run for there money in the city playoffs.

    Watch out for King:,102209-king-football.article

    King has one of the best lines in the CPS and has a dynamic pair of running backs in Vincent Bobbit (sr) and junior Devon Robinson.

    The illini heartland looks weak because it is filled with smaller schools like Orr and Crane. Orr seems to be the best of the bunch. Look for Bogan to be placed in Robeson and Kings conference.

    Look for Taft to move up to the Illini-Red Bird with Lane and Simeon next year. Hyde Park is going to get kicked down.

    Hubbard 33, Lane 0: Quincy Skanes threw touchdown passes of 17 yards to Brandon Nolan and 28 yards to Diante Rounsadille to lead Hubbard (7-2) to a first-round Illini Conference playoff victory.

    “The kids were really down after losing to Morgan Park [in the deciding game of Illini Prairie State], but they got a chance to get Lane who beat us in the city championship last year," Hubbard coach Elton Harris said.

    Nolan also rushed for a 74-yard touchdown and Jerome Lassiter had a 45-yard interception return for a touchdown.

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