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Dylan Sigel of Sandburg (left) tries to get up after diving to catch a fourth-quarter pass in a 22-14 loss to Hillcrest on Friday, Sept. 6 in Country Club Hills. JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Jeff Vorva, Sports Editor
11:47 pm CDT September 6, 2019

 

After two Jekyll and Hyde football games on the road, Sandburg is ready to come home.

The Eagles dropped a 22-14 non-conference game to state-ranked Hillcrest on Friday, Sept. 6 in Country Club Hills and, like the first game of the season (a 10-7 triumph over Morgan Park on Aug. 30 at Gately Stadium in Chicago), the offense struggled, especially in the first half. Sandburg (1-1) has been outscored 29-0 in the first half but outscored their two foes 24-0 in the second half.