Head Coach - Chuck Spagnoli
Asst. Coach - Philip DeWald
Asst. Coach - Mike McKay
Asst. Coach - Ryan Carney
Asst. Coach - Larry Lilja
Asst. Coach - Tom Soprych
Asst. Coach - Dylan Johnson Asst. Coach - Ahmad Merritt
Asst. Coach - Dave Mohapp
Asst. Coach - James Williams
Superintendent: Michael Simeck
Principal: Dr. Chala Holland
Athletic Director: Tim Burkhalter
Nickname: Scouts Team Colors: Royal Blue & Gold Enrollment: 1672
Coach Spagnoli became a Varsity coach in 1983 and has been LF's Varsity coach since 2003. Previously, he coached teams at Carthage College, University of Evansville, DeLaSalle Institute and Niles West High School.
Chuck received his BS in Industrial Technology Education from ISU and his MS in Physical Education from Chicago State University. He teaches in the Technology Ed./Wellness Departments at LFHS.
Coach Carney has been an Assistant Varsity/Sophomore coach at LFHS since 2013. Prior to that, he coached the LFHS Freshmen for a year. In addition, he coached football for 2 years at Loras College, 4 years at Lake Forest High School and 1 year at Mundelein High School.
Coach Carney received his Bachelor's degree in Physical Education/Health and his Master's degree in Athletic Administration from Loras College. He teaches in the Wellness Department in Lake Forest District 67.
Coach Mohapp has been an Assistant Varsity/Sophomore coach at LF since 2015. Previously, he was Head Varsity Football coach from 1982 to 2013 for Warren Township High School, compiling a record of 109-66. Prior to that, he coached football at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Drake University, and Illinois Wesleyan University
Coach Mohapp received a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and a Master's degree in Education from Illinois State University. He teaches in the Physical Education Department at Warren Township High School.
Coach Soprych's returned as an Assistant Varsity/Sophomore coach at LFHS in 2012 as an offensive line coordinator. Previous coaching includes: Offensive line coach at North Park U. (1998-2000); Offensive line coach/coordinator at St. Patrick HS (2001-2009); Offensive line coach at LFHS (2010); Wide receiver/offense coordinator at Mather HS (2011).
Coach Soprych received a BA in Political Science from North Park University and had a Masters in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific University. He teaches in the Wellness Department at LFHS.
Coach McKay has been an Assistant Varsity/Sophomore coach at LFHS since 2017. Prior to coming to LFHS, he coached football from 1998-2009 at Tremper HS in Kenosha, WI and from 2010-2016 at Indian Trail HS--also in Kenosha.
Coach McKay received his BS degree in Technology Education from Eastern Illinois University and a M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction from Olivet Nazarene University. He is a teacher in the LFHS Applied Tech Department.
School: Lake Forest.
Position: Defensive lineman.
Accolades: All-conference, all-state, Pioneer Press Defensive Player of the Year. Notre Dame commit.
Key stats: 32 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, seven quarterback hurries, four sacks.
School: Lake Forest.
Accolades: Committed to South Carolina.
Key stats: Averaged 41 yards on 41 punts, with 14 punts downed inside the 20-yard line; four field goals; 23 receptions, 455 yards receiving, 3 TDs.
School: Lake Forest.
Key stats: 111 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 13 quarterback hurries, three pass breakups, two sacks.
Lake Forest 35 - Kaneland 10
For the first time in three games, the Scouts didn't have to come from behind in the second half of a game; instead, they got on the board in the first quarter on a Richie Hoskins' one-yard run and a Colin Sloan kick for a 7-0 lead with 4:25 left in the first quarter--which put them in the lead for good as a result of a balanced Scout offensive and defensive attack throughout the game.
The Scouts scored again in the first quarter after an interception by Connor Morrison led to a touchdown on 15-yard run by Hoskins along with a PAT by Sloan for a 14-0 lead with 1:18 left in the first quarter.
The only score in the second quarter was a 32-yard field goal by Kaneland for a 14-3 Scout lead at halftime.
In the third quarter, the Scouts had a turnover when they received the second-half kickoff, but the defense prevented Kaneland from scoring when they got the ball. Once the Scouts got the ball back on downs, they marched 81 yards, and Max Uihlein scored the first of his three touchdowns on a four-yard run and a PAT by Sloan with 7:29 on the clock---Score: 21-3 Scouts.
Leo Scheidler ended a Kaneland drive with an interception later in the third quarter and the Scouts went on a 74-yard drive culminating in Uihlein's second touchdown on a three-yard run with 2:46 left in third quarter--Score: 28-3 Scouts
Uihlein's third touchdown came in the fourth quarter on a two-yard run with 6:20 left in the game. Score: 35-3 Scouts
Max Gagne scored Kaneland's only touchdown on a 69-yard pass from Cameron Phillips. Score 35-10
Richie Hoskins completed 8 of 15 attempts for 129 yards passing
Hoskins led the team in rushing with 149 yards and two touchdowns
Jahari Scott had 17 rushing attempts for 61 yards
Max Uihlein had 12 rushing attempts for 50 yards and three touchdowns
Connor Milliman had four receptions for 68 yards
Kai Kroeger had four receptions for 61 yards.
Max Uihlein and Jackson Shea each had 7 tackles and Charlie Altounian had 5, Leo Scheidler 4, Jack Graham 3
Total Plays: LF 71; Kaneland 57
Total Yards: LF 383; Kaneland 249
Passing Yards: LF 129; Kaneland 196
Rushing Yards: 254; Kaneland 53
First Downs: LF 21; Kaneland 11
Turnovers: LF 1; Kaneland 4
Penalties: LF 7 (55 yards); Kaneland 3 (33 yards)
The Scouts will host Deerfield for the quarterfinal playoffs next Saturday (11/16) at 1:00 pm at West Campus Varsity Field.
The special fall for LFHS sports continues with another big rally by a Lake Forest team. Varsity Boys Golf had to do it with a 10-point rally to win the IHSA State Championship, and football does it with a 20-point rally in the fourth quarter to stun Stevenson and qualify for the postseason in a 28-27 win on Friday. The loss ended Stevenson's 30-year run at earning a playoff berth.
Stevenson led 20-0 at halftime and 27-7 after the third quarter on Max Uihlein's first touchdown of the night on a three-yard run. A Stevenson fumble with 8:07 left in the fourth quarter resulted in another Uihlein touchdown on a two-yard run with 7:21 left in the game for a score of 27-14. Uihlein scored again and PAT was good with 3 1/2 minutes left to play, which brought the Scouts within six points
The final big play of the night came when QB Richie Hoskins connected with Senior Kai Kroeger for a 59-yard TD with 2:39 on the clock. Colin Sloan provided what would be the winning point when he kicked the PAT.
Charlie Altounian intercepted Hiller's pass to preserve the 28-27 lead.
Evening festivities included pre-game Senior recognition for Senior football players, cheerleaders and dancers and and half-time recognition of the 3A State Champion Boys Golf Team. Sam Volpe received the Sportsmanship Award for Lake Forest.
Richie Hoskins completed one of 13 passes for 59 yards and one touchdown
Jahari Scott led the team in rushing with 24 attempts for 109 yards
Max Uihlein 37 yards rushing which resulted in 3 touchdowns
Kai Kroeger had two receptions for 62 yards and one touchdown
Rylie Mills and Jack Graham had six tackles; Mills had one sack
The Scouts had a total of 70 plays for 256 yards--68 passing yards and 188 rushing; Stevenson had a total of 50 plays for 318 yards--232 passing and 86 rushing
Scouts had 4 penalties for 104 yards; Patriots had 2 penalties for 21 yards
Lake Forest 10 - Libertyville 23
Lake Forest's playoff hopes took a hit when Libertyville came to town and defeated the Scouts. Now the Scouts must win their final home game vs Stevenson in order to be eligible for a place in the playoffs.
Libertyville's Shaun Luce opened the scoring with a 27-yard rushing touchdown on the first drive of the game and a two-point conversion to give the Wildcats an 8-0 lead, which was the score at half-time.
In the third quarter, the Scouts took a 10-8 lead thanks to an 87-yard touchdown by Jahari Scott (23 rushes, 182 yards) and a 38-yard field goal by Kai Kroeger. Libertyville added a 15-yard touchdown with 8:29 left in the game and Luce scored on a 57-yard TD run along with a two-point conversion with 3:02 on the clock. LIbertyville's Trace Batesky came up with a key interception when it looked like the Scouts might score in the final quarter.
Richie Hoskins completed 8 of 15 passes for 65 yards, one interception
Jahari Scott led the offense in rushing yards with with 23 attempts for 182 yards and one touchdown.
Matt Garrigan had four receptions for 35 yards.
Connor Morrison led the defense with 7 tackles, Leo Scheidler had 6, Jonathon Jasica had 5, Max Uihlein,
Frank Pinn, and Jack Graham each had 4.
Lake Forest had 53 total plays totaling 256 yards--65 passing and 191 rushing. Libertyville had 63 total plays totaling 317 yards--184 passing and 133 rushing. Each team had one turnover and Lake Forest had 5 penalties, Libertyville had 6.
The Scouts kept their playoff hopes alive with a shutout vs Zion-Benton.
Neither team scored in the first quarter. It took until 2:05 was left in the first half when a Richie Hoskin's pitch to Jahari Scott resulted in a five-yard run for the first touchdown of the game and a PAT by Colin Sloan ended the first half with a 7-0 lead for the Scouts after Rylie Mills' sack stopped a ZB drive.
The Scouts started the second half with a 71-yard drive on seven plays, ending with Hoskins connecting with Jai Williams for a 15-yard touchdown. Score: 13-0 Scout lead with 8:32 left in third quarter.
In the fourth quarter, Connor Milliman scored on a 78-yard pass from Richie Hoskins, but the two-point conversion failed. Score: 19-0 Lake Forest
Jack Halloran scored the final touchdown on a one-yard run to the end zone with 1:28 left in the game. PAT was good. Final Score: 26-0 Lake Forest
Richie Hoskins completed 8 of 12 attempts for 118 yards and two touchdowns.
Jahari Scott led the team in rushing with 22 attempts for 98 yards and one touchdown.
Connor Milliman had two receptions for 87 yards and one touchdown.
Jai Williams had one reception for 15 yards and one touchdown.
Kai Kroeger had one reception for 24 yards.
The Scouts had a total of 45 plays for 241 yards--118 passing and 123 rushing (ZB had 124)
Each team had 12 first downs.
Scouts had no turnovers, fumbles or interceptions.
LF had 3 penalties for 20 yards while ZB had 9 penalties for 69 yards.
Next must-win game is Libertyville at home on Friday, October 18.
Lake Forest 48 - Waukegan 0
The Scouts dominated the Bulldogs (0-4) and got on the scoreboard early when Richie Hoskins, who was starting as quarterback for the first time, connected with Connor Milliman for a 37-yard TD with 8:38 left in the first quarter. Colin Sloan added the PAT for a 7-0 Lake Forest lead, which they never relinquished in the shortened game.
Matt Garrigan was able to punch in a three-yard run along with another Sloan point after for a 14-0 Scout lead with 2:37 left in the first quarter.
The Scouts scored three times in the second quarter:
Fifty-Nine yard run by Jahari Scott and another PAT by Sloan with 11:14 left in the second quarter. Score: 21-0
Another run by Scott for an 11-yard touchdown followed by a failed two-point conversion. Score 27-0
Kai Kroeger closed out the scoring in the second quarter with a 23-yard pass from Hoskins with 4:12 left in the half. Score: 34-0
Jahari Scott scored his third TD in the third quarter on a 19-yard pass from Hoskins. Sloan added another point after. Score: 41-0
The final score in the game came on a five-yard run by Jack Halloran and Sloan's sixth PAT. Score: 48-0 to end the game in the third quarter.
Richie Hoskins completed 8 of 13 passes for 172 yards and three touchdowns.
Jahari Scott led the team rushing with 90 yards and two touchdowns.
Jack Halloran had 48 yards rushing and one touchdown.
Hoskins had 35 yards rushing, and Matt Garrigan had 19 yards rushing with one touchdown.
Connor Milliman led the team with two receptions for 65 yards and one touchdown.
Kai Kroeger had two receptions for 50 yards and one touchdown.
Tom Swartout had two receptions for 32 yards.
Max Uihlein and Leo Scheidler each had six tackles.
The Scouts had 50 plays for 408 total yards--184 passing and 224 rushing.
Fourteen team penalties for 87 yards.
The Scouts travel to Zion Benton on Friday, October 11 for a 7:30PM game in search of a fourth win.
Lake Forest 0 - Warren 37
The Scouts could not contain the Blue Devils offense or score against their defense. Warren scored in every quarter--once in the first, three times in the second--one score being a safety, and a touchdown in both the third and fourth quarters.
The Scouts ran 50 plays for 45 total yards while Warren ran 51 plays for 367 yards. The Scouts had one fumble and one interception and Warren had one interception. The Scouts had six penalties for 65 yards lost to no penalties for Warren.
Jack Halloran led the Scouts in rushing with seven attempts for 14 yards.
Warren held Jahari Scott to 5 yards rushing and one fumble.
Jai Williams led the team with three receptions for 22 yards.
The Scouts play Waukegan on October 4 at Varsity Field at 7:30PM
Lake Forest 7 - Lake Zurich 39
The Scouts had no answers for the Bears' offense on Homecoming Friday night. Starting with the second play of the game when Lake Zurich intercepted the ball with 11:36 left in the first quarter. Quarterback Jack Moses then raced for a 79-yard TD. PAT good to give LZ 7-0 lead in the first quarter.
Also in the first quarter, Moses would pass 16 yards to Jack Dwyer for their second touchdown and rush for three-yard run along with a two-point conversion for their third touchdown--giving the Bears a 22-0 lead until Kai Kroeger scored on a 69-yard pass from Mike Clark and a Kroeger PAT gave the Scouts their only score for the night--22-7.
In the second quarter, the Bears added a 38-yard field goal, giving them a 25-7 lead. LZ scored again in the third quarter on a 12-yard pass by Moses to James Piggott and a PAT for a 32-7 LZ lead. Moses would add another touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 67-yard run and a PAT by Rigby for a final score of 39-7.
Jackson Pearre complete 8 of 17 passes for 72 yards.
Mike Clark competed 1 of 6 passes for 70 yards and one touchdown
Jahari Scott led the team in rushing with 72 yards
Kai Kroeger had 4 receptions for 104 yards, one touchdown
Lake Forest 13 - Mundelein 0
The Scouts traveled to Mundelein and got back on a winning track with strong defense, which kept Mundelein scoreless while scoring for the Scouts was provided by Kai Kroeger and Jahari Scott.
Lake Forest offense was able to move the ball, but there were six penalties by the Scouts--one of which cost them a 61-yard touchdown run by Jahari Scott in the first half of the game.
All the scoring occurred in the first and fourth quarters: Kai Kroeger kicked his first field goal in the first quarter with a 22-yard kick to make the score 3-0 Scouts. The score remained the same until the fourth quarter when Kroeger kicked a 36-yard field goal for a 6-0 lead--Scouts.
With 3:18 left in the game Jahari Scott took off on an 85-yard TD run, and Kroeger added the PAT for his seventh point of the game to secure the 13-0 victory
Jackson Pearre completed eight of thirteen attempts for 98 yards passing.
Michael Clarke completed three of five attempts for 50 yards passing.
Jahari Scott rushed for 153 yards and one TD.
Connor Milliman had three receptions for 43 yards. Kai Kroeger had two receptions for 27 yards. Thomas Swartout also had two receptions for 13 yards.
Jackson Shea led the team with 9 tackles and one sack.
Mac Uihlein added 8 tackles and Connor Morrison had 5.
The Scouts had a total of 154 passing yards vs 31 for Mundelein.
LF had 50 total plays for 296 yards vs 64 total plays for Mundelein for 178 yards.
Next up the Scouts play Lake Zurich for Homecoming on Friday, September 20.
Lake Forest 7 - Wheaton North 23
The Scouts are now 1-1 for the season. The Scouts came up against a talented young quarterback and an offense the kept the Scouts off-balance several times during the game.
The Falcons ran nine plays on their first possession of the game that ended in a one-yard dash into the end zone with 5:52 on the clock in the first quarter. The quarter ended with Wheaton North ahead 7-0.
A scary moment occurred early in the second quarter when Rylie Mills was injured on a tackle and had to leave the game. The extent of his injury is unknown at this time. The Scouts only score came on a Jahari Scott 82-yard TD to tie the game at 7 with 4:28 left in 2nd quarter. It didn't take long before the Falcons answered with a 13-yard TD reception to give them a 14-7 lead with 1:48 left in the half. Wheaton tacked on a 31-yard field goal for a 7-17 lead for the Falcons at halftime.
Neither offense was able to score in the third quarter, but Hunter Bonga added a touchdown on a 9-yard pass from Trace Hrgich with 10:35 left in the game to give the Falcons a 23-7 lead and the win.
Jackson Pearre completed 6 of 19 passes for 86 yards, two interceptions.
Jahari Scott led the team in rushing with 152 yards and one TD.
Connor Milliman had one reception for 31 yards, Tom Swartout had one for 14 yards, Kai Kroeger had one for 10 yards and Richie Hoskins had one for 6 yards.
Max Uihlein led the defense with 6 tackles, Jon Jasica had 5 tackles and one assist, Jackson Shea also had 5.
Lake Forest 10 - Antioch 7
Both teams played tough defense, but the Scouts were able to end Antioch's 28-game regular season winning record that goes back to 2015. The Sequoits last loss in the regular season was to Wauconda in 2015.
The win was a total team effort with just two turnovers. The only score in the first half of the game came in the first quarter with 1:47 left on the clock when South Carolina commit Kai Kroeger kicked a 41-yard field goal to give Lake Forest a 3-0 lead going into half-time.
With 11:06 on the clock in the third quarter, Antioch's Tre Watson picked off Jackson Pearre's pass and scored on a 25-yard touchdown run. Aidan Weir provided the point after to give Antioch a 7-3 lead.
With 8:22 on the clock in the fourth quarter, Mac Uihlein came up with the ball on an Antioch fumble. Jahari Scott then scored on a nine-yard run and Kai Kroeger's kick added the point after for a 10-7 lead for Lake Forest.
With just 1:25 left, Minnesota commit Athan Kaliakmanis tried to get off a pass but was hurt on the play. Fortunately, it appears that the injury for the Antioch quarterback is not serious.
Jackson Pearre completed 9 of 16 passes for 95 yards and two interceptions
Jahari Scott led the offense in rushing with 136 yards and one touchdown
Connor Milliman had two receptions for 37 yards
Jai Williams had three receptions for 29 yards
Kai Kroeger had two receptions for 24 yards
Jonathon Jasica had 5 tackles and 2 interceptions, Richie Hoskins - 4 tackles, Charlie Altounian, Mac Uihlein, Connor Morrison--3 tackles
Kai Kroeger--3 Kickoffs for 175 yards; longest 60 yards
Lake Forest 26 - Stevenson 23
Stevenson is still heading to the playoffs and now Lake Forest is also--thanks to this win. (13) Lake Forest (5-4) is scheduled to play (4) Chicago Phillips (7-2) at 1:00 pm Saturday Oct. 27 at Gately Stadium in Chicago.
Stevenson scored first on a 28-yard field goal with 5:06 left in the first quarter for a 3-0 lead. Stevenson scored again in the second quarter on a five-yard TD pass for a 9-0 lead with 9:35 left in the second quarter. Carter Hiam's 25-yard field goal made it a 9-3 lead for Stevenson with 3:04 left in the half. Stevenson responded with a 59-yard pass from Cole Okmin to Ryan McElhinny to extend the lead to 16-3 with 2:04 left in the half. Kai Kroger's 39-yard field goal resulted in a 16-6 lead for Stevenson at half-time.
The tide changed when Stevenson lost their quarterback in the third quarter. Three miscues were costly for the PATS in that quarter. A blocked punt by LF led to a 6-yard TD pass from Tommy Hansen to Breck Nowik which cut the lead to 16-13. Then the Scouts recovered a fumble on a punt return and Mac Uihlein's 1-yard TD run gave the Scouts a 20-16 lead. The Patriots responded with a score by backup quarterback Justin Hiller on a 16-yard TD run to regain the lead at 23-20 with 9:14 left in the game.
In another bizarre play, Lake Forest scored what turned out to be the winning touchdown when Jai Williams caught a 12-yard TD pass on a pass that was deflected off the hands of Ryan Cekay with 5:19 left in the game for a 26-23 lead and a win......the first time the Scouts have defeated Stevenson in seven years! Way to go Scouts!
Tommy Hanson completed 11 of 20 passes for 100 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Jacob Thomas led the team in rushing with 52 yards followed by Mac Uihllein with 41 yards and 1 touchdown.
Breck Nowik had three receptions for 18 yards and one touchdown. Ryan Cekay and two receptions for 43 yards and Jai Williams had one reception for 12 yards and one touchdown.
Mac Uihlein led the defense with 5 tackles and 5 assists.
10/12/18 Lake Forest 16 - Libertyville 9
Each team could muster just three points in the first half: Daniel Ritz kicked a 26-yard field goal for the Wildcats in the first quarter with 5:53 left in the quarter, and Kai Kroeger kicked one for 42 yards with 3:15 left in the half.
With 2:34 left in the third quarter, Libertyville scored for the second time on an 8-yard pass from Luke Roberts to Adam Luburich, but missed the two-point conversion. Score: 9-3 Libertyville.
The Scouts' offense came to life in the fourth quarter when Mac Uihlein scored on a 35-yard run; however, the kick was no good and the score was tied at nine with 4:29 left in the game. Jacob Thomas added another touchdown on an 18-yard run, and Carter Hiam added a point after for a 16-9 lead with 1:32 left in the game.
Tommy Hanson completed 9 of 26 passing attempts for 98 yards, two interceptions.
Jacob Thomas led the team in rushing with 89 yards and one touchdown, followed by Mac Uihlein with 60 yards and one touchdown.
Ryan Cekay had three receptions for 49 yards.
Defense was led by Will Wisniewski (3 tackles), Will Freeman (2 tackles, 1 assist), Eddie Scheidler (2 tackles, 2 assists), Clayton Burton (2 tackles, 5 assists), Rich Hoskins (2 tackles, 3 assists)
Penalties were still a problem with 58 yards lost. Stevenson is the last hurdle to jump for playoff consideration. Go Scouts!
Lake Forest 28 - Zion Benton 30
Zion-Benton got on the board first with a 16-yard touchdown pass from Romey Crawford to Ja Vaughn Reed on a fourth and 12 yards to go play with four minutes left in the first quarter to give the Zee Bee's a 7-0 lead. Little did anyone know that the second half of the game would be played on Saturday afternoon because of poor weather conditions.
Mac Uihlein got the Scouts on the board on a two-yard run with 11:17 left in the half. Carter Hiam added the point after to tie the game at seven. Zion responded with a 95-yard kickoff return by Jordan Chisum and a point after by Cody Evan's kick to give Zion a 14-7 lead with 11:03 left in the half.
Reed scored again for Zion on a 51-yard pass from Crawford, increasing Zion's lead to 21-7.
The Scouts were able to score again on a 23-yard pass from Tommy Hanson to Luke Nolan to get the Scouts within 7 points (21-14) with 5:32 left in the half when the rain and lightning came, and eventually postponing the game until 1:00 pm Saturday.
When the game resumed on Saturday, Zion scored first on a 31-yard field goal by Cody Evans. Score: 24-14 in favor of ZB.
Mac Uihlein got the Scouts closer with a three-yard touchdown run to bring the Scouts within three: 24-21 with 1:47 left in the third quarter.
In the fourth quarter Connor Morrison intercepted the ball, which gave Jacob Thomas the chance to score on a seven-yard run and a Carter Hiam kick to give the Scouts a 28-24 lead with two minutes left in the game.
Zion drove for a touchdown which culminated in a two-yard pass from Crawford to Reed to give Zion the lead and the win when the Scouts were unable to score in their final possession.
Tommy Hanson completed 22 of 32 pass attempts for 273 yards and two interceptions.
Jacob Thomas led the team in rushing with 129 yards and one touchdown.
Breck Nowik led the team with five receptions for 145 yards; Ryan Cekay had 10 for 127 yards.
Mac Uihlein and Will Wisniewski led the defense with 10 tackles each.
The Scouts are 3-4 for the season with two away games vs Libertyville and Stevenson still left to play in the regular season.
The Scouts defeated Waukegan in two quarters to get back to 3-3 and are 3-1 in conference.
In the first quarter, Tommy Hanson scored on a one-yard run and a Carter Hiam kick. Score 7-0 Scouts
The second score in the first quarter came on a five-yard run by Jacob Thomas and a Hiam kick. Score 14-0 Scouts.
The third score in the first quarter came on a 26-yard pass from Hanson to Ryan Cekay and another Hiam kick. Score 21-0 Scouts.
The fourth score in the first quarter came on a 40-yard run by Jacob Thomas along with a Hiam kick. Score 28-0
A five-yard run by Jacob Thomas and a Hiam kick was the last score of the first quarter. Score 35-0
The Final score of the game came in the second quarter on a 26-yard pass from Hanson to Ryan Cekay followed by the last PAT by Carter Hiam. Score: 42-0 Scouts
Jacob Thomas led the team in rushing with 58 yards, three touchdowns. Ryan Cekay had four receptions for 72 yards and two touchdowns. Breck Nowik had three receptions for 53 yards.
On defense, Rylie Mills had four tackles and one assist. Connor Morrison, Eddie Scheidler, Jake Kovanda had three.
Next up: Zion Benton at home on Friday, October 5.
Warren's defense was key in this battle, recording three turnovers and six sacks on quarterback Tommy Hanson while the Scouts' pass protection didn't hold up on Homecoming weekend.
The Blue Devils scored first on a touchdown drive that took 14 plays and almost seven minutes off the clock and ended with a 5-yard touchdown plunge to make the score 7-0 Warren. Warren then ended the first quarter on a 65-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Phil Hurd to wide receiver Juan Delacruz to give the Blue Devils a 14-0 lead.
The Scouts countered with a 71-yard touchdown on a double reverse from Cekay to Hanson with 10:41 left in the half. Score 14-7 at half-time.
During half-time festivities Will Davis and Brooke Stride were crowned Homecoming King & Queen followed by performances by the LFHS Band, Cheer and Pom/Dance Teams.
In the third quarter the Scouts recovered a fumbled punt, and Carter Hiam scored on a 22-yard field goal for a 17-10 score with 2:36 left in the third quarter. Warren's defense shut down the Scouts for the rest of the game. The Scouts never got into the red zone during the fourth quarter while Martin Walker scored another touchdown on a 43-yard run and PAT by Adam Saul for a final score of 10-24 Blue Devils.
Tommy Hanson completed 13 of 26 passes for 120 yards and was intercepted once. Jacob Thomas led the team in rushing yardage with 17 attempts for 65 yards. Tommy Hanson led the team on receptions with 71 yards and one touchdown.
The Scouts had 66 plays to Warren's 51 and 235 total yards to Warren's 256. The Scouts passing yards surpassed Warren 191 to 99; however, the Scouts had 72 yards in penalties to zero for Warren.
Next up: Scouts play Waukegan at Waukegan's Brookside Campus at 1:30pm Saturday, September 29.
Lake Forest 24 - Lake Zurich 7
The Scouts turned the tables on an unsuspecting Lake Zurich team. Initially this season, the Scouts had their share of fumbles and interceptions, but on Friday, September 14, on Lake Zurich's home field, it was Lake Zurich who was bitten by the turnover bug.
The Bears were the first to score in the game with a 17-yard run by Jack Dwyer for a 7-0 Bears' lead with 2:15 left on the clock in the first quarter.
In the second quarter, a Scout interception resulted in a 27-yard field goal by Carter Hiam to bring the Scouts to within four points at halftime. The Scouts were able to get their only score on two defensive takeaways.
In the third quarter, Ryan Cekay scored on a 23-yard pass from James Swartout with 6:36 left in the quarter. Carter Hiam provided the PAT. The Scouts added another touchdown on a 72-yard fake reverse from Ryan Cekay to Breck Nowik and a Hiam kick with 2:03 left in the third quarter for a 17-7 Scout lead.
In the fourth quarter, the Bears added two more turnovers, one interception and one fumble before a two-yard run by Mac Uihlein with 20 seconds left in the game clinched a 24-7 victory and a strong performance by the LFHS Scouts against a Bears' team who may have overlooked Lake Forest.
Ryan Cekay led the team in passing yardage with his 72-yard pass and one touchdown.
James Swartout completed 8 of 10 attempts for 52 yards
Jacob Thomas led the team with 42 yards rushing.
Breck Nowik had 5 receptions for 110 yards, one touchdown. Ryan Cekay had 4 receptions for 33 yards and one touchdown.
Rylie Mills led the defense with 11 tackles, Eddie Scheidler 5, Mac Uihlein and Tommy Hansen 4
Next up: The Scouts will face a tough competitor for Homecoming--Warren (3-1, 2-0 NSC) comes to town after defeating Libertyville 35-0. Go Scouts!!
The Scouts came up with their best played game of the season when they faced the Mundelein Mustangs at home on Friday night.
The Scouts got on the board first with a safety by Luca Pasinato to make the score 2-0 Lake Forest. With 4:44 left on the clock, Breck Nowik scored on a 45-yard pass from James Swartout. Carter Hiam's kick was good for a 9-0 lead by the Scouts. After a 53-yard return by Mac Uihlein, Jacob Thomas scored on a 5-yard run. Hiam's kick was good again. Score 16-0.
The Mustangs countered with a 31-yard pass from Eric Morales to Eli Daugs for the TD, but they failed to make the attempted two-point conversion. Score: 16-6 Lake Forest.
The final score of the first quarter was by Ryan Cekay on a two-yard pass from James Swartout and another Hiam kick with 2.3 left in the half. Score: 23-6 Lake Forest, which was the score going into half-time since neither team was able to put points on the board.
In the third quarter, Jacob Thomas ran for a 75-yard touchdown with 11:23 left in the quarter. Hiam's kick was good. Score: 30-6 Lake Forest.
The Mustangs scored again and missed the two-point conversion to make the score 30-12 Scouts. Jacob Thomas' 5-yard run for another TD and a Hiam kick with 2:29 left in the third quarter closed out the quarter with the Scouts leading 37-12. A fourth-quarter safety courtesy of Anthony Ranallo closed out the game 39-12 for the Scouts first win of the season.
James Swartout had his best game completing 20 of 29 pass attempts for 203 yards. Jacob Thomas led the team in rushing with 113 yards, three touchdowns.
Ryan Cekay led the team with 7 receptions for 73 yards and one touchdown.
Defense was led by Eddie Scheidler with 6 tackles, one assist. Luca Pasinato added 5 tackles, one assist, and one sack. Mac Uihlein also had 5 tackles.
Next up: The Scouts travel to Lake Zurich on Friday, September 14 at 7:30pm.
The Scouts got off to a fast start when Jacob Thomas scored on a 61-yard screen pass from James Swartout with 9:08 on the clock in the first quarter. Carter Hiam's kick was good for a 7-0 Scouts' lead, That proved to be the only score for both teams in the first quarter.
Wheaton North's Ben Lemp scored three times in the second quarter--a 34-yard field goal (7-3 Scouts), a one-yard TD run and the PAT (7-10 Wheaton North) and a 32-yard field goal (7-13 Wheaton North--half-time score).
Wheaton North scored for their final time in the third quarter on an 87-yard kickoff return followed by a two-point conversion resulting in a 21-7 lead. Carter Hiam's 25-yard field goal was the last score in the third quarter (10-21 Wheaton North)
A safety in the fourth quarter by Lake Forest ended the scoring for either team: Lake Forest 12 - Wheaton North 21
James Swartout completed 6 of 17 passes for 135 yards, one touchdown and one interception.
Jacob Thomas led the team with 82 yards rushing, and Ryan Cekay led the team with five receptions for 74 yards.
The stats between the teams were close but the Scouts were penalized 12 times.
Next up: The Mundelein Mustangs visit LFHS Varsity Field on Friday, September 7 at 7:30pm when the Scouts hope to get in the win column.
Lake Forest 14 - Antioch 27
The Scouts traveled to Antioch to begin the season with a non-conference game. Antioch started out with three turnovers which resulted in a 14-0 first-half lead for the Scouts. Lake Forest jumped on a bad snap over Antioch's quarterback's head which Will Wisniewski was able to cover in the end zone for a 7-0 lead with 6:54 left in first quarter.
The Scouts recovered another fumble in the second quarter which Ethan Hunt recovered. As a result, James Swartout scored on a one-yard run three plays later for a 14-0 Scout lead. Antioch countered with a one-yard run after a 73-yard drive with 4:20 left in the second quarter to cut the score to 14-7. The Sequoits scored again with 1:19 left in the half to make the score 14-13 at halftime.
Antioch dominated the second quarter despite committing seven turnovers during the game: They scored first on a nine-yard rushing touchdown with 10:01 left in the third quarter (20-14 Antioch) and added the final touchdown with 7:51 in the fourth quarter on a rushing touchdown by quarterback Kaliakmanis (27-14 Antioch).
Next up--home game vs Wheaton North on Friday, August 31.
Congratulations to Seniors Chris Cavalaris (SS), John Deering (LB), Bryan Ooms (LB/RB) and Spencer Yauch (DL), who were recognized as members of the All-North Suburban Conference team for their achievements for the Scouts Football team this season. (Read more here)
Lake Forest 28 - Hoffman Estates 48
The Scouts came into the IHSA 6A quarterfinal game with a four-game winning streak, but soon found out that the Hoffman Estates Hawks was the superior team on that Saturday. The Hawks were able to shut down the Scout's running game, while the Scout's defense struggled to contain the Hoffman Estates receivers. Penalties also were a factor.
With playoff hopes on the line, the Scouts came out with a bang on the opening possession to score on a 26-yard run by Jack Mislinski and a PAT by Jack Brush to give the Scouts the lead for good with 9:28 left in the the first quarter on Senior Night.
Lake Forest 0 - Lake Zurich 27
The Scouts were able to hold the Bears to just a field goal at the end of the first quarter and a touchdown/kick at the end of the half, while the Scouts missed a 23-yard field goal to end the first half.
Lake Forest 20 - St. Viator 14
Tie was the name of the game for the Scouts' second game of the 2017 season. The first quarter ended in a scoreless tie followed by a 7-7 tie at half-time and a 20-20 tie at the end of the game, which meant someone would win in overtime.
Lake Forest 38 - Glenbard East 23
The Scouts couldn't shake off the Rams in the first half due to some unfortunate turnovers, but they came back strong in the second half to defeat Glenbard East 38-23.
2021 William Bazell
2021 Ian Dillow
2020 Jack Graham
2021 Frank Pinn
2020 William Schlachtenhaufen
2021 Michael Schueneman
2021 Andrew Schwan
2022 Jahari Scott
2021 John Shea
2021 Asher Sklarov
2021 Colin Sloan
2021 Thomas Swartout
2022 Maxemos Terlap
2021 Truman Thuente
2021 Macintosh Uihlein
2021 Jack Walsh
4th year participant
2020 Charles Aberle
2020 Michael Clarke
2020 Matthew Garrigan
2020 Kai Kroeger
2020 Rylie Mills
2020 Breck Nowik
2020 Sam Volpe
MANAGER Eric Hill
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