photo courtesy of Fitzgerald's
2014 Connor Adams
2014 Benjamin Audley
2014 Oliver Babnik
2014 Joseph Beible
2014 Spencer Bleecker
2013 Baylor Broughton
2014 Stephen (Hub) Cirame
*2013 Chase Clemens
*2013 Andrew Clifford
*2013 Richard Daniels
*2013 Thomas Doherty
2014 Regis Durbin
2014 Peter Durot
*2013 John (Jack) Ellis
*2013 Andrew Freeman
2013 Nichloas Giordano
2014 David Glynn
2014 Patrick Halloran
2014 Matthew Harmon
2014 Conner Hayes
2014 Liam Howe
2014 David Keaton
2014 Henry Kiernan
*2013 Thomas Kutschke
2014 Jack Kutschke
2014 Thomas Loiacano
2014 Austin Mcllvaine
*2013 Alexander Moore
2013 Evan Mosier
2014 Charles Moss
*2013 Brian Murphy
2014 Andrew Nehring
2014 Andrew Allen Nelson
*2013 Scott Powell
2014 John (Jack) Preschlack
2014 Geno Quaid
2014 Joseph Schlosser
2014 Colin St. Amand
2014 Luke Staunton
2014 Daniel Sullivan
2015 John (Jack) Traynor
*2013 John (Jack) Troller
2014 Graham Weinberger
2014 Trent Williams
2013 Chris Wilson
2013 Mason Woods Kreppein
2014 Jack Yale
*4th year participant
2013 Thomas Doherty
2013 Andrew Clifford
2013 Thomas Kutschke
2013 Scott Powell
Stephen (Hub) Cirame
NSC Sportsmanship Award
MOST VALUABLE – OFFENSE
MOST VALUABLE – DEFENSE
MOST IMPROVED – OFFENSE
MOST IMPROVED – DEFENSE
TOMMY MYERS AWARD
John (Jack) Troller
WAYNE WHITMORE AWARD
CHRIS MARTINAT AWARD
W: 3 L: 3
W: 9 L:
11/17/12 - Semi-Final Playoff Game
Lake Forest 21 - Cary-Grove 42
Despite the loss, the Scouts completed an amazing
season with a capacity crowd! Congratulations to players and coaches.
First quarter: with 9:47 on the clock, the Scouts
scored on their first offensive possession on a 32-yard touchdown from
quarterback Andrew Clifford to junior Geno Quaid. Baylor Broughton
PAT good---Score: Lake Forest 7 - Cary Grove 0.
Cary-Grove had a quick comeback---scoring with 9:06 on the clock. Score:
Lake Forest 7 - Cary Grove 7; Lake Forest's field goal attempt with
7:09 on the clock is missed---score still tied at 7.
With 3:48 on the clock Cary-Grove scored again. Score:
Lake Forest 7 - Cary Grove 14. Lake Forest scored on the last play of the quarter
on a 5-yard touchdown by David Glynn on a pass from Andrew Clifford. Score: Lake
Forest 14 - Cary Grove 14.
Second quarter: Cary-Grove scored again with 6:56 on the clock and
with 1:40 left in the half. Score at half: Lake Forest 14 - Cary Grove
Third quarter: Cary-Gove scored with 3:44 on the
clock, making the score Lake Forest 14 - Cary-Grove
35. With 1:48 on
the clock, Lake Forest scored its final touchdown on a 25-yard pass
from Clifford to Glynn and a PAT by Broughton. Score: Lake Forest 21
- Cary-Grove 35
Fourth quarter: Final touchdown by Cary-Grove with
3:26 on the clock.
Final Score: Lake Forest 21 - Cary Grove 42.
Quarterback Andrew Clifford--17-for-31, 222 yards, 3 touchdown
11/09/12 - Quarter-Final Playoff Game
Lake Forest 31 - Notre Dame 19
The Scouts advance
to the Semi-Final Round for the first time since 1978
First quarter: After a fumble recovery at Niles 12-yd. line, Stephen
Cirame ran to the 1-yd. line and scored on a 1-yd plunge into the end
zone with 3 minutes on the clock. Baylor Broughton's PAT was good.
Score: Lake Forest 7 - Notre Dame 0 with 2:45 left in first quarter
and at the end of the quarter
Second quarter: A 2-yd. touchdown run by Notre Dame
and a missed field goal made the score Lake Forest 7 - Notre
Dame 6 with 11:27 on the
clock. Nick Giordano scored on a 61-yd. touchdown
pass from Andrew
Clifford with 10:28 on the clock. Broughton's PAT was good
to make the score Lake Forest 14 - Notre Dame 6. With
6:02 left in the first half, Nick Giordano caught
a 6-yd. touchdown pass from Clifford and Broughton's PAT
was good---Score LF 16 - Notre Dame
6. With 12 seconds on the clock, Notre Dame scored on a 34-yd.
pass and PAT. Score at half-time: Lake Forest 21 - Notre
Third quarter: Running game for Notre Dame took up
time during the third quarter but didn't result in any points. Trent
Williams made his third sack in the quarter. Jack
Troller made a catch
on the 10-yd line from Regis Durbin to end the third quarter.
Fourth quarter: The Scouts went for a Baylor
Broughton 27-yd field goal with 11:17 on the clock to start the fourth quarter.
Forest 24 - Notre Dame 13. Trent Williams gets his fourth
sack. Geno Quaid made an interception,
but the Scouts could not capitalize on the play and score. With 2:37
on the clock, Chris James scored for Notre Dame, but the 2-point conversion
was no good. Wtih 1:46 left in the game, Stephen
Cirame scored on a
56-yd. run and a Broughton PAT to make the final score Lake
Forest 31 - Notre Dame 19.
Gino Quaid ended the game with his second interception
of the night with 24 seconds on the clock. Andrew
passing, 162 yards, 2 TDs; Defensive line was kept busy keeping ND's
Chris James out of the end zone.
Lake Forest will play Cary Grove at LFHS Varsity Field---day and time
11/02/12 - Second Round Playoff Game
Lake Forest 23 - Lakes 21
In a close game all four quarters, ( LF 6 - Lakes 7 at the end of
one quarter; LF 13 - Lakes 14 at the half; LF 20 - Lakes 21 at end
of third quarter) it came down to a field goal made by Baylor Broughton
with 1:09 left in the game and a missed field goal by Lakes with
6 seconds on the clock. Defense played another key role in holding
Lakes star running back Direll Clark to just 46 yards on 17 carries.
QB Andrew Clifford -- 15-of -24 passing for 167 yards.
Next up: Notre
Dame of Niles (8-3)
After Trent Williams blocked a Lake's punt, Tommy
Doherty scored from the 2-yd line in
first quarter with 7:54 on clock.
With 4:55 left on the clock in the second quarter, Andrew
Clifford scored on a 1-yd. plunge; Baylor
With 9:12 on the clock in the third quarter,
Nick Giordano scored on a 35-yd run from scrimmage
on a pass from Andrew Clifford. Broughton--PAT
With 3:53 on the clock in the fourth quarter, Trent
a Lakes' fumble to give the Scouts the ball. Scouts move the ball to
the 8-yd line on 4 plays.
Baylor Broughton's 26-yd field goal with 1:09 left
in the fourth quarter provides winning margin. Read
10/26/12 - First Round of Playoffs
Lake Forest 42 - Rolling Meadows 24
Rolling Meadows led 21-7 at half-time, but Lake Forest
scored five times after half-time while holding Rolling Meadows to just a field goal on their way to victory. Quarterback Andrew Clifford (26-for-45 for 285 yards) threw for all 3 of his touchdowns in the second half.
Cirame: TD on 3-yd run (Broughton PAT)
Powell: TD on 20-yd pass from Clifford (Broughton PAT)
Durbin: TD on 51-yd fumble return (Broughton PAT)
Freeman: TD on 9-yd pass from Clifford (Broughton PAT)
Powell: TD on 2-yd pass from Clifford (Broughton PAT)
Durbin: TD on 25-yd interception return (Broughton PAT)
Lake Forest 42 - Mundelein 7
Lake Forest 18 - Warren 21
Warren scored on a 1-yard run with 46 seconds left in the game to
cap a 14-play, 60-yard drive, and Lake Forest
missed a 39-yard field goal as time expired--giving host Warren an
important 21-18 victory over Lake Forest.
Broughton: 24-yd. field goal; 27-yd. field goal;
Murphy: TD on 13-yd. pass from Clifford
Cirame: TD on 4-yd run
Clifford: 28-of-44 passing for 263 yards
Lake Forest 16 - Stevenson 22 (OT)
Consecutive pass interference calls in the end zone allowed
the Patriots to kick a game-tying field goal with no time left in the
game against the Scouts. Stevenson then scored on its first overtime
possession while stopping the Scouts on downs in their only overtime
Broughton--24 yd. field goal; 22 yd. field goal; 24-yd. field
Cirame--10-yd run TD; Broughton--PAT
Lake Forest 33 - Libertyville 13
A strong defense once again held opponents to 13 points for the third
game in a row. The Libertyville scores came first on a 100-yd kick-off
return by Justin Guarnaccio with 9:10 on the clock in the first quarter
to tie the game at 7-7 and on a 7-yd. run by Conor Simpson with 2:33
left in the fourth quarter to end the game at 33-13.
First quarter: The Scouts scored first with 9:22 on the clock in the
first quarter on a 55-yard fumble recovery by Trent Williams and a
PAT by Baylor Broughton, making the score 7-0. Libertyville tied it
up on the 100-yd. kick-off return--tying the score at 7-7.
With 3:26 on the clock Hub Cirame scored on a 3-yd pass from Andrew
Clifford; Broughton made the PAT. Score: LF 14 - Libertyville 7.
2nd quarter; Hub Cirame scored on a 2-yd
run from scrimmage with 2:55 left on the clock; PAT was no good. Score
at the half: LF 20 - Libertyville 7
3rd quarter: With 6:00 minutes on the clock, Baylor Broughton kicked
Score: LF 23 - Libertyville 7
With 2:57 left in the third quarter, Scott Powell scored on a 20-yd
pass from Clifford; Broughton PAT was good. Score: LF 30 - Libertyville
4th quarter: With 6:16 on the clock, Baylor Broughton kicked a 25-yd
Score: LF 33 - Libertyville 7
Libertyville added 6 points with 2:33 on the clock. Final score: LF
33 - Libertyville 13
Lake Forest 41 - Zion Benton 13
The Scouts came out with a vengeance after having to forfeit
their game against Lake Zurich last week.
In the first quarter, the first score came on a pass
from Andrew Clifford to Scott Powell with 7:37 on the clock.
Baylor Broughton kicked the PAT to make the score 7-0 in favor of the
Scouts. With 4:50 on the clock, Hub Cirami scored on a 31-yard run
from scrimmage; the PAT was no good. Score: LF 13 - ZB 0. The next
score came with 4:10 on the clock on a 4-yard run from scrimmage by
Hub Cirami and a PAT by Baylor Broughton.
Score at end of first quarter:
: LF 20 - ZB 0
In the second quarter, Nick Giordano scored on a pass from Clifford
and Broughton made another PAT to make the score 27-0 in favor of LF
with 2:20 left in the quarter. With 32 seconds on the clock, Hub Cirami
scored on a 20-yard run from scrimmage and another PAT by Broughton
made the score 34-0. The final score came with 17 seconds on the clock
on an interception by Thomas Doherty and a PAT by Broughton.
Score at half-time: LF 41 - ZB 0 (Third
shutout for starting defense)
With the starters on the sidelines for the second half, the Zee Bees
scored twice in the fourth quarter. The Scouts
play Libertyville on Friday, Sept. 28, their last regular season home
Lake Forest 20 - Lakes 13
Lakes was the first to score with 5:40 on the clock in the first quarter
to make the score 7-0. With 1:18 on the clock David Glynn scored on
a 32-yard catch from Andrew Clifford and a PAT by Baylor Broughton
to tie the score at 7, which was the score at the end of the quarter.
This was the first time LF scored in the first quarter this season.
The score remained tied at the half.
In the second half, Lakes was the first to score with 5:16 on the clock,
but missed the point after. The Scouts' possession culminated in
a 9-yard touchdown run by Cirame and a missed PAT by Broughton to tie
the score at 13 with 2:42 left in the third quarter.
In the fourth quarter, penalties pushed the Scouts back as they were
making a nice drive and gave the ball back to Lakes. On the Scouts
next possession, a 41-yard touchdown pass from Clifford to David Glynn
and a PAT by Broughton made the score 20-13 with 5:01 on the clock.
The defense held Lakes on their last drive and LF got the ball back
on downs with 1:33 on the clock. For the game: David Glynn--95 yards
receiving, 2 scores; Andrew Clifford--13 of 25 for 162 yards passing
and 2 touchdowns; Stephen Cirame--24 carries, 112 yards rushing.
Lake Forest 23 - Highland Park 0
Another first quarter with no score, but the Scouts managed another
Second quarter: Quarterback
Andrew Clifford found David Glynn
for three passes totaling 76 yards.....including a 40-yard touchdown
that made it 9-0 with 1:26 left to play in the half.
For the game, Clifford completed 11 of his 19 passes for 154 yards
and one touchdown while Glynn caught six passes for 123 yards.
For the season, defense has held opponents to 7 points.
08/24/12-Season Home Opener
Lake Forest 28 - Buffalo Grove 7
Offense, defense and special teams were very effective in the home
opener. First quarter ended with no score. With 9:35 on the clock
in the second quarter, Brian Murphy scored on a pass from Andy Clifford.
Baylor Broughton made the PAT to give Lake Forest a 7 - 0 lead. The
next score came with 3:24 on the clock in the second quarter on a
pass from Andy Clifford to Hub Cirame and a PAT by Baylor Broughton--Lake
Forest 14-BG 0.
A touchdown by Hub Cirame and a PAT by Baylor Broughton
in the third quarter made it
The last score for LF came in the fourth quarter with 9:53 on the
clock when Regis Durbin ran the ball in from the 1-yd line and
Broughton added another PAT for a 28-0 score. Buffalo Grove got
their only score with 3:54 left in the 4th quarter---ending the
Andrew Clifford---17-for-25 passing for 233 yards and two touchdowns
Hub Cirame---13 carries
for 94 yards and two touchdowns