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Lincoln-Way West’s Caleb Marconi and Brody Ceh (17) celebrate Friday, Sept. 6 after one of Marconi’s three touchdowns runs in the Warriors’ 38-24 win over Evanston. BOB KLEIN/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Sean Hastings, Editor
1:24 am CDT September 7, 2019

After a pretty dreadful week one loss to Hersey, the Lincoln-Way West Warriors football team knew it needed to flip the switch as it came out to take on Evanston in its home opener. 

Every time Evanston threatened to keep itself in the game with a big play here and a big play there, the Warriors’ defense found a way to answer to call themselves, or set up their offense to push the ball up field.

The result was a very important 38-24 win for West in New Lenox. 

The game was tied 14-14 at halftime as the Warriors (1-1) let an early 14-0 lead slip away.