Some teams have qualified for the playoffs and others are right on the doorstep as we've surpassed the season's halfway point.
That's what the IHSA is trying to find out, and all high schools in the state are eligible to participate.
The creative kids at Unity High School found a way to put on a homecoming dance.
Scott Hamilton's Rockets led 7-0 after just the second play from scrimmage and used superior discipline to stymie the Saints on BCC's homecoming week.
The Panthers and Eagles contested a scoreless first quarter before Josh Pritchard's team turned up the heat the rest of the evening.
Two Mahomet-Seymour football players with unique first names are leaving their mark underneath the Friday night lights this fall for the Bulldogs
Preps coordinator Colin Likas caught up with coaches from Unity, Oakwood and Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond ahead of their respective Week 5 games.
The Bulldogs were slotted 10th in the latest poll, joining Monticello, Unity and Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin as local programs to receive such a status.
Salt Fork scored 21 unanswered points in less than 4 game minutes to secure a Vermilion Valley Conference crossover win against Iroquois West.
Monticello produced a crazy touchdown with barely 3 minutes to play in Friday's matchup versus Bloomington Central Catholic, and it gave the Sages the points they needed to win.
Hear what coaches from Centennial, Mahomet-Seymour and Arcola had to say ahead of their teams' respective Week 4 matchups.
Champaign Central will be off this week after being unable to find a replacement opponent for Urbana, while Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin wound up without a Week 3 game.