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Live Football: Lake Forest 25, Libertyville 9 (Final)

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Lake Forest earns a share of the North Suburban Conference Lake title with Lake Zurich and Stevenson, marking the first time the Scouts have earned a conference title in football since 1995.

Fourth Quarter

:41.6: Jordan Beck comes in at quarterback to run one play. Freshman Evan Boudreaux takes a knee for the final play.

:41.6: Ben Warren intercepts a Libertyville pass to close this one out.

1:39: Baylor Broughton boots a 45-yard field goal - his personal best. LF 25, Lib 9.

 1:44: Lake Forest has a fourth down and three at the Libertyville 28. Baylor Broughton 

3:32: Lake Forest defense keeps the Wildcats in check again. The offense takes over at the Libertyville 34 after a short punt. Libertyville's last three offensive series have been three and out.

7:26: Scouts defense held, and Lake Forest gets the ball back after a short Luke Bernardi punt return to the Wildcats' 46-yard line.

8:34: Lake Forest drove to the Libertyville 17 where on fourth down and less than one yard, the sneak by Andrew Clifford came up short.

Libertyville has the ball at its own 17 facing third down and 14 as we start the final quarter.

Third Quarter

1:34: Lake Forest regains possession after holding Libertyville on third down at the Lake Forest 39. On the very first play from their own 10 yard line, Owen Williams takes off down the Lake Forest sideline and leaves the Libertyville defense behind him. Williams adds the two-point conversion run. Williams has 14 carries for 187 yards. LF 22, Lib 9

6:26: Owen Williams broke loose again, this time for 40 yards and his second TD on fourth down and one. Four plays, 49-yard drive. Took 39 seconds. Baylor Broughton booted the extra point. LF 14, Lib 9

6:51: Lake Forest takes over at its own 49 after holding Libertyville.

9:06: Lake Forest dents the scoreboard on Owen Williams' 30-yard TD burst by breaking several tackles en route to the end zone. The drive covered 53 yards on three plays over 49 seconds. Drive was aided by a pass interference call on a pass to Luke Bernardi. Baylor Broughton converted the extra point. We got a game. Lib 9, LF 7

10:06: Lake Forest takes over after a fair catch on the punt at their own 46. Andrew Clifford at quarterback.

Libertyville receives the second half kick-off, and takes over first down at their own 20. They are forced to punt.

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At halftime, Owen Williams has 11 carries for 27 yards. Andrew Clifford is 7 for 10 passing for 23 yards.

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Second Quarter

2:08: Libertyville takes over at its own 36. The Wildcats were able to pick up one more first down, but stalled as the clock ran out.

2:18: Lake Forest managed one first down after taking the kick-off, but went backwards on a third down pitch to Owen Williams that lost nine yards. Williams had three carries for minus 8 yards on the drive. Libertyville will get the ball again before halftime.

3:59: Libertyville boots a 24-yard field goal by Austin Williams. The 10-play drive covered 46 yards and was aided by a pass interference call on a fourth down pass that gave them a first down at the Lake Forest 12. Lib 9, LF 0

6:20: Libertyville has fourth down and 32 at the Lake Forest 24.

7:33: Libertyville has the ball at the Lake Forest 39 after holding the Scouts deep in their own territory. They face second down and seven.

Lake Forest is struggling again to get anything going offensively. Owen Williams hasn't had a lot of running room, and quarterback Andrew Clifford hasn't found any consistency in the air.

First Quarter

:32.5: Libertyville takes over at its own 43 yard line after a 43-yard punt by freshman Evan Boudreaux.

3:00: Lake Forest took over deep in its own territory after Owen Williams chased down the kick-off. The Scouts are on their own 4-yard line. They will be punting fron the end zone with fourth and nine at their own 9.

3:11: Conor Simpson breaks free for a 29-yard TD run. The Wildcats complete an 80-yard march in seven plays with 2 minutes, 26 seconds coming off the clock. The extra point attempt was short. Lib 6, LF 0

4:22: Libertyville has its first, first down at its own 42.

5:10 Neither team has been able to move the ball much. Lake Forest has one first down on its opening drive. Andrew Clifford has started at quarterback, and no sign of Jordan Beck at this point.

Owen Williams has been much of the offense so far, gaining 15 yards on three carries.

 

Pre-game

Jordan Beck is dressed and is punting during pre-game warmups. The brace on his injured left elbow begins at mid-forearm and stretches up into his upper arm. Exactly how that will impact his play tonight is to be determined. Still about 10 minutes to kick-off.

Libertyville has brought back its 2004 state championship football team in honor of coach Randy Kuceyeski, who is retiring at the end of this season after 18 years. He has been battling throat cancer for the past year. Tonight is possibly the final home game for the Wildcats.

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