VIDEO: Post-Game Interviews After Lake Forest's 10-7 Victory Over Stevenson

We are on the field, inside the locker room as the Scouts knock off the Patriots in a key North Suburban Conference matchup.

For the fifth time this year, won a football game.

This time it was how the Scouts (5-1, 3-0) accomplished the feat, pulling out a squeaker over North Suburban Conference rival Stevenson (4-2, 3-1).

First, we were on the field right after the final whistle blew. Jubilation reigned as the football team celebrates with the student body. (Video)

Listen to a masked Thomas Kutschke talk about the defense's perfomance. (Video). He only answered a few questions before leaving to sing the school fight song.

Inside a joyous locker room, quarterback Jordan Beck, who may have played the game of his life, talks about the one touchdown for the Scouts, (Video) a 26-yard screen pass to Owen Williams.

The Lake Forest defense played its best game of the season. Safety Phil Sheridan explains how the Scouts swarmed the Patriots' run game, (Video) limiting them to 39 yards total.

Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Patch reporter Jon Kerr has the weekly wrap up from Varsity Field (Video) before the lights went out. 

Oh, what a night!

jon October 01, 2011 at 06:44 AM
First win against Stevenson since 1997! 26 - 19 at Stevenson
Rich Brandel October 01, 2011 at 01:42 PM
The Scouts were the better team, and the way they had to earn and hold down this victory will likely make them even stronger. I was most impressed with our defense in this game.
Jon Kerr October 03, 2011 at 01:14 PM
I would agree, Rich. The defense is very impressive. Fast, physical quick to the ball. Beating a team like Stevenson should give them plenty of confidence the rest of the season. Should be fun!


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