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Brother Rice’s Jack McMahon, an Orland Park resident, carries the trophy and walks by emotional teammate before a postgame IHSA photo shoot after the Crusaders lost a 13-3 Class 8A state title football game against Loyola on Nov. 24. PHOTOS BY JEFF VORVA/222ND CENTURY MEDIA
Orland Park resident Jack McMahon (No. 44) leads the Crusaders onto the football field before the Class 8A championship game at Memorial Stadium in Champaign. The linebacker/kicker accounted for the only three points for Brother Rice with a third-quarter field goal.
Orland Park’s David O’Keeffe (left) had two catches for 28 yards against Loyola in the state title game.
Brother Rice’s David O’Keeffe (with medal and trophy) and his teammates get ready to pose for the postgame photos after a loss to Loyola in the state championship game. O’Keeffe, an Orland Park resident, has verbally committed to Harvard University.
Jeff Vorva, Sports Editor
9:05 am CST November 27, 2018
Brother Rice football coach Brian Badke watched his team post and uncharacteristically bad 2-7 team in 2017 and come back in 2018 with an appearance in the Illinois High School Association Class 8A state title game.