2003 Fans of the week !
Hey, we know it takes more to make a football game than just 22 guys in pads
and leather balls.
This page is for the fans & cheerleaders who go above and beyond the
call of duty.
You'd be hard pressed to find a more loyal fan base than that of LaSalle-Peru. The surplus crowd of 8,000 had to sit on the roofs of neighboring houses as the Cavilers made their first semi-final appearance since the 1970's. While there have been bigger crowds during other games in the state, the stadium was still packed with four minutes left & the Cavaliers down 56-0. LaSalle-Peru get's our first ever "Fans of the Year" acknowledgement.
Bloomington (HS)fans show their support, by making the 120 mile trek to the south side of Chicago for their 6A semi-final victory overChicago (St. Rita).
Even with cold weather & rain, Corsairs fans still had plenty to shout about during their victory overJoliet (Catholic)for the East Suburban Catholic Conference Title.
While the whole city of Rock Island might not have been at the cross town match up betweenRock
Island (Alleman), these guys may have used up all the red body paint in town for this game.
The Hawketts usually manage to make our fans of the week page every year.
Thornton brought out a nice crowd for their home game againstBolingbrookon a perfect football weather day in Harvey.
These Trojan fans are almost in better costumes than the mascot.
Bulldog's Cheerleaders & Poms got into full battle fatigues for their home game against Morris .
fans had enough body paint to last all the way through this double overtime
game vs. McHenry .
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