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The mission of Scout Nation is to create a positive atmosphere and establish school unity by supporting the teams and clubs of Lake Forest High School. Scout Nation will lead the charge with cheering for our teams' successes while following good sportsmanship guidelines.


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.


Read more about A Fired-Up Scouts Football Team Dominate Kaneland On Their Way to the 6A Football Quarterfinals

Lake Forest 21 - Belvidere North 14

Varsity Football continued their come-from-behind victories when they upended the Blue Thunder in the second half of the first-round playoff game vs Belvidere North on a muddy/snowy field.  It was Win No. 100 for Coach Chuck Spagnoli.

The Blue Thunder started out quickly going 82 yards and scoring on a one-yard run with 4:40 left in the first quarter and added another touchdown on a 10-yard run by Holden Parker for a 14-0 lead. 

The Scouts drive stalled but Kai Kroeger's punt pinned Belvidere down on their own five-yard line with 8:30 left in the half. Both teams went three and out in the following drives with the Scouts making adjustments to Belvidere's option play and holding them scoreless for the rest of the half.

The Scouts were limited to four possessions in the first half for 26 yards--all on the ground.

In the third quarter, The Scouts got on the scoreboard after five plays when Max Uihlein scored on a two-yard run with 2:11 left in third quarter. Colin Sloan's kick was good and the Scouts cut the lead to 14-7.

In the fourth quarter, the Scouts tied the game 14-14 on a five-yard run by Jahari Scott and the kick by Colin Sloan with 6:52 on the clock---plenty of time to do more damage---and the Scouts did just that!

With the game tied at 14 with 3:13 left on the clock, Richie Hoskins connected with Connor Milliman on a 57-yard pass play and Sloan added the PAT to secure the 21-14 lead.  Jake Milliman deflected a fourth-down play by Belvidere North with less than 90 seconds remaining.

  • Richie Hoskins completed two of nine passes for 86 yards and one touchdown
  • Jahari Scott led the team in rushing with 84 yards and one touchdown
  • Max Uihlein had 7 yards rushing and one touchdown
  • Connor Milliman had one reception for 57 yards and one touchdown
  • Kai Kroeger had 1 reception for 29 yards
  • Jackson Shea had nine tackles, Leo Scheidler had seven, Rylie Mills had six, and Jack Graham had 5
  • Total Plays: LF 48  Belvidere North 53
  • Total Yards: LF 180   BN 159 
    • passing LF 86  BN 0
    • rushing  LF 94 BN 159
  • Turnovers:  LF 2  BN 2

 Scouts will play Kaneland for the Second Round of the IHSA playoffs on Friday, November 8, 7:30PM at LFHS West Campus Varsity Field.


Read more about Varsity Football Pull off Another Come-From-Behind Win to Advance to Second Round of Playoffs


The Scouts (28-8 overall, 5-2 conference) won the Regional Championship Title Thursday night in a two-set win against the fifth-seed McHenry 25-22, 28-26. Senior captain Alyssa Thrash led the team with 12 kills and 11 digs. Senior setter Sheridan Young controlled the team's offense with 15 assists. The Scouts face the number one seed Libertyville on Monday night in the Sectional Semifinal at Warren Township HS--Almond Campus at 5:30.    


Read more about Varsity Girls Volleyball Advance to Sectional Semifinals

On Thursday, October 30, Dr. Holland again hosted an early-morning reception for faculty, coaches, the team, parents, and the Athletic Department to celebrate the 2019-20 IHSA State Champion Girls Tennis Team's accomplishments and to congratulate Coach Murphy & her Scouts: Singles State Champion Kiley Rabjohns,  Autumn Rabjohns, who placed fifth in her first trip to state, doubles team of Nika Belova/Salma Alsikafi who placed fourth in doubles and the doubles team of Lili and Clara Goshgarian who added six points to the team's total on their way to the 2019 IHSA State Championship. 

The team dominated throughout the tournament---leading 24 to second place Hinsdale Central's 18 points on day one.  Lake Forest ended day two leading Hinsdale 35-32 and increased their lead over Hinsdale on the last day 39-33.   Congratulations on a great team effort!

Six Girls Tennis Players Who Participated in Girls Tennis State Tournament Pose with State Trophy.

Read more about LFHS Celebrates the Girls Tennis Team's State Championship at an Early-Morning Reception
Congrats to the Varsity Field Hockey team on their 5-0 shutout of the Francis Parker Colonels on a wet and windy Saturday to advance to the Field Hockey State Semifinals.   
  • Gracie McGowan assisted a goal to Kylie Perkins.
  • Julia Leclercq assisted a goal to Mimi Gordon.
  • Julia Hender assisted a goal to Gordon
  • Hender assisted to Willow Volkert.
  • Volkert scored an unassisted goal.

Elsa Goldsberry had a shutout in spite of the weather!

On October 31, the #2 seeded Scouts take on the #3 seed North Shore Country Day School at  6:30PM at
Oak Park-River Forest High School.   GO SCOUTS!!
Read more about Varsity Field Hockey Shut Out Francis Parker and Advance to State Semifinals

Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Cross Country team who collectively had the race of the season to finish third at the LFHS IHSA Regional and advance to next weekend's Sectional Meet. Six out of the seven runners had their fastest race ever!!

Girls Cross Country Regional Team Standings


Top Three Girls Cross Country Teams Advancing to IHSA Sectionals


Bottom Three Girls Cross Country Teams Advancing IHSA Sectionals


Read more about Girls Cross Country Place Third at Lake Forest Regional to Advance to IHSA Sectionals


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Scout Nation meets Tuesday at 3:30 in the Wedge Cafe.


  • Support ALL Lake Forest High School Sports
  • Meet and decide which games will make the "Highlighted" games of the week
  • Go to as many games as possible and cheer in a positive way by cheering for LFHS rather than cheering against an opponent.
  • Create different themes & ideas for each game to create interest and fun for fans to participate in


Play it while you sing along!

Cheer, cheer for Lake Forest High
the school whose spirit never dies.
Cheer for the team that has made it famous in the years gone by
and we will cheer for the blue and the gold,
the colors ever wave on high.
So let’s add to the score and win here once more,
come on and fight Lake Forest High.