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Eckersall Stadium
Gately Stadium (Location of the Prep-Bowl)
Hanson Stadium
Lane Stadium
Rochne Stadium
Stagg Stadium
Winnemac Park
Soldier Field

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2002Prep-Bowl Playoffs

2002 Prep Bowl Champions Mundelein (Carmel) Corsairs (13-1)
2002 Runner-up & Public League Champion Chicago (Dunbar) (10-5)

Quick facts about the Prep-Bowl Playoffs:
The Prep-Bowl is the longest running playoff format for high school football in the state of Illinois. It was started in 1927 and is played at Soldier Field in Chicago.
The Prep-Bowl is the match up of the best team from the Chicago Public League and the best team from the Chicago Catholic League (or as it is now known as the Catholic Metro Conference).

Due to the nature of the Prep-Bowl playoffs, CMC teams may not end up entering the playoffs until round 3 or 4 if they are participating in the IHSA playoffs or as in the case of some CPL teams,
may play in the first round, miss round 2 & 3, but return in the 4th round.
With an 8 class playoff system for the IHSA, more teams than previous years will be participating in the IHSA playoffs. Almost all teams with a 5-4 record should qualify for the IHSA.
Because of IHSA restrictions on enrollment areas, certain teams from the Chicago Public Leagues will not be eligible for IHSA play even with a 5-4 or better record .
The IHSFW Prep-Bowl Playoff watch will post information on which teams are & are not available for IHSA play.
The Catholic Metro half of the Prep-Bowl Playoffs starts week #10 or round #2 of the CPL Playoffs.

Prep Bowl
Friday Nov. 29th 1pm
@
Hanson Stadium

Chicago (Dunbar) (10-5) 22 vs. Mundelein (Carmel) 55 (13-1)

Catholic Metro Playoffs Click here

Chicago Public League Prep-Bowl Playoff watch
1st Round 2nd Round 3rd Round 4th Round 5th Round 6th Round Public League Finals Public League Champs
Chicago (Gage Park) (5-4) 0 Chicago (Steinmetz)(9-0) 28 Chicago (Steinmetz)(10-0) 26 Chicago (Steinmetz)(11-0) 14 Chicago (Steinmetz)(12-1) 20 Chicago (Morgan Park) (8-4) 25 Chicago (Morgan Park) (9-4) Chicago (Dunbar) (10-4)
Chicago (Steinmetz)(8-0) 46
Chicago (Bowen) (6-3) 7 Chicago (Corliss) (7-3) 16
Chicago (Corliss) (6-2) 56
Chicago (Carver) (5-4) 20 Chicago (Kenwood) (7-3) 0 Chicago (Hyde Park) (7-4) 20 Chicago (Harper) (8-3) 0
Chicago (Kenwood) (6-2) 30
Chicago (Hyde Park) (5-3) 54 Chicago (Hyde Park) (6-3) 24
Chicago (Austin) (7-2) 0
Chicago (Marshall) (4-5) 0 Chicago (Harper) (8-1) IHSA Playoffs see below or Playoff Central
Chicago (Harper) (7-1) 62
(5-3) 28 Chicago (Morgan Park) Chicago (Morgan Park) (6-3) IHSA Playoffs see below or Playoff Central Chicago (Morgan Park) (7-4) 43
Chicago (Curie)(4-5) 14
Chicago (Manley) (4-5) 6 Chicago (Lane Tech) (9-0) IHSA Playoffs see below or Playoff Central Chicago (Lane Tech) (10-2) 23
Chicago (Lane Tech) (8-0) 35
Chicago (Young) (5-4) 0 Chicago (Simeon) (5-4) IHSA Playoffs see below or Playoff Central Chicago (Simeon) (5-6) 21 Chicago (Dunbar) (7-4) 38 Chicago (Dunbar) (8-4) 22 Chicago (Dunbar) (9-4)
Chicago (Simeon) (4-4) 27
Chicago (Dunbar) (5-3) 44 Chicago (Dunbar) (6-3) IHSA Playoffs see below or Playoff Central Chicago (Dunbar) (6-4) 28
Chicago (Fenger)(4-5) 0
Chicago (Robeson) (5-3) 34 Chicago (Robeson) (6-3) IHSA Playoffs see below or Playoff Central Chicago (Robeson) (6-4) Chicago (Robeson) (7-5) 6
Chicago (Prosser) (6-3) 28 (Enters IHSA playoffs)
Chicago (Westinghouse) (4-5) 26 Chicago (Julian) (7-2) IHSA Playoffs see below or Playoff Central Chicago (Julian) (7-4)
Chicago (Julian) (6-2) 37
Chicago (Marshall) (3-6) 0 Chicago (Hubbard) (9-0) IHSA Playoffs see below or Playoff Central Chicago (Hubbard) (10-2) 20
Chicago (Hubbard) (8-0) 46
Teams left in the IHSA State Playoffs
Week #9 or round 1 CPL Playoffs Round 1 IHSA Round 2 IHSA Quarter Finals IHSA Semifinals IHSA State Finals
Chicago (Hubbard) (10-1) 78-6 over Chicago (Young) (5-5) 29-28 loss to Chicago (St. Rita)(8-3) Return to the Prep Bowl Playoffs

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Chicago (Lane Tech) (10-1) 13-7 over Palatine (Fremd) (5-5) 16-6 loss to Lincolnshire (Stevenson) (9-2) Return to the Prep Bowl Playoffs . .
Chicago (Morgan Park) (7-4) 13-10 overChicago Heights (Marian Catholic) (6-4) 51-29 loss to Palos Hills (Stagg) (9-2) Return to the Prep Bowl Playoffs . .
Chicago (Robeson) (6-3) 38-12 loss to Riverside (R.-Brookfield) (7-3) Return to the Prep Bowl Playoffs . . .
Chicago (Harper) (8-1) 43-16 loss to Vernon Hills (7-3) Return to the Prep Bowl Playoffs . . .
Chicago (Dunbar) (6-3) 39-22 loss toChicago (St. Rita)(7-3) Return to the Prep Bowl Playoffs . . .
Chicago (Julian) (7-2) 49-6 loss toChicago (Mt. Carmel) Return to the Prep Bowl Playoffs . . .
Chicago (Simeon) (5-4) 44-18 loss to Palos Hills (Stagg) (7-3) Return to the Prep Bowl Playoffs . . .
Chicago (Fenger)(4-5) 68-0 loss toNew Lenox (Providence)(10-0) Season is over . . .
Chicago (Prosser) (6-3) 49-8 loss to Mundelein (Carmel) (10-0) Season is over . . .
Chicago (Young) (5-4) 78-6 loss to Chicago (Hubbard) (10-0) Season is over . . .

Catholic Metro Playoffs for the Prep-Bowl

1st Round
Lisle (Benet Academy) (5-5) 7 @ Niles (Notre Dame) (4-5) 24

2nd Round (Nov. 7-9)
Niles (Notre Dame) (5-5) 13 @ Chicago (St. Patrick) (5-5) 0

Chicago Heights (Marian Catholic) (6-4) 41 vs.Chicago (Brother Rice)(6-5) 14

3rd Round (Nov. 15-16)
Niles (Notre Dame) (7-5) 14 vs. Chicago Heights (Marian Catholic) (7-5) 7

4th Round
Niles (Notre Dame) (7-6) 14 @ Chicago (St. Rita)(8-4) 21

5th Round
Chicago (St. Rita)(9-5) 7 vs Mundelein (Carmel) (11-1)

Catholic Metro Champs
Mundelein (Carmel) (12-1)

 

 

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