Gavit's Paris Bradley rushes for a few yards in the second half Friday night during the Class 4A Sectional 17 opener between Highland and Hammond Gavit at Gavit.
Highland's Sean McQuillan, shown last season, had three rushing touchdowns to lead the Trojans to a school-record 67 points last Friday against Lake Station. Highland plays host to Hammond tonight.
Highland's Hunter Rycerz dodges a tackle froom Gavit's Richard Morris-Rogers while teammate Thomas Brankin assists Friday night during the Class 4A Sectional 17 opener between Highland and Hammond Gavit at Gavit.
Gavit's Richard Rogers runs the ball on a kick return as Gavit's Gladiators play Morton's Governors Friday night at Morton.
Hammond Morton's Jarret Dickey holds onto the ball while Hammond Gavit's Tashon Rogers moves in for the tackle as the Governors play the Gladiators Friday night at Morton.
Hammond Gavit's Tashon Rogers tries to dodge a tackle by Hammond Morton's defensive lineman Cameron Peterson as the Gladiators get trounced in the first half by the Governors Friday night at Morton.
Morton's Kenneth Coleman runs the ball into the end zone for a touchdown while Gavit's Jerjuan Mitchell defends as the Governors pound the Gladiators during the first half Friday night at Morton.
Morton's Jarret Dickey holds onto the ball in a game against Gavit last autumn. The standout wide receiver is expected to do big things this year for the Govs, who are talented and more hungry than ever before.
HAMMOND | Tommy Hawk, the official mascot of the Chicago Blackhawks, had Hammond Gavit sixth-graders chuckling throughout the morning while he taught a lesson on teamwork.
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