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Romeoville's night could be summed up in two possessions.
With less than five minutes to go in the first half, Romeoville got three flags: two for delay of game and one for false start. In the second half, Oswego East had a bad snap that gave Romeoville the ball within 15 yards. The Spartans couldn’t capitalize on the mistake.
“Oswego [East] is a better football team than we are,” Romeoville coach Oliver Gibson said. “We need to go back to fundamentals and figure it out. We’re going to figure it out. We just ran out of time.”
Oswego East was the better team on Friday, and the Wolves plan to keep their momentum going by focusing on one game at a time.
“Our goal is to be 1-0 every week and not look too far ahead,” Clark said. “We’re focusing on our opponent each week. If we do that, we could have the conference championship.”