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Lincoln-Way West's Nick Gula catches a touchdown pass Friday, Sept. 7, during a win against Bradley-Bourbonnais in New Lenox. Mark Korosa/22nd Century Media
Sean Hastings, Freelance Reporter
9:13 am CDT September 8, 2018

Whether he was dropping back to float a pass into the end zone for a touchdown or breaking off on a mad scramble for 20 yards, senior quarterback Greyson Grimm stayed calm.

Grimm’s poise and leadership combined with Marconi’s huge return at running back and an unbreakable defense that allowed just 82 yards of total offense, led to a 30-13 win for Lincoln-Way West Friday Sept. 7 at West.

The Warriors stacked up 383 yards on offense and that was no easy task.