Here's how the rest of the Vikings' upcoming opponents fared in Week 6:
Week 1: @ Downers Grove South (W, 56-15)
Quarterback Bryce Gray opens the year with an ultra-efficient evening, completing 8 of 9 passes for 348 yards and four touchdowns. The Vikings score five touchdowns on their first 11 plays from scrimmage and never look back. The Harley-Hampton twins record five touchdowns, Kendric Pryor catches four passes for 152 yards and two scores and defensive end Tyler Newkirk records a team-high 13 tackles.
Week 2: @ No. 5 Stevenson (W, 43-29)
Deante Harley-Hampton exacts his revenge on the Patriots from last year's state title game, rushing for 212 yards on 20 carries and four rushing touchdowns, including the final score with 1:15 to play. Devonte Harley-Hampton added 237 yards and two scores from scrimmage. Kendric Pryor, who committed to Wisconsin two days earlier, recorded an interception and caught four passes for 109 yards in the win.
Week 3: @ Stagg (W, 67-6)
Devonte Harley-Hampton jumps on the Chargers early, scoring from 73 yards on the game's first play to set the tone in a rout. He scores twice more in the win, with his brother, Deante, adding a trio of scores. Quarterback Bryce Gray throws as many touchdowns (three) as incompletions, including the first of the year for Tryice Richie. The win gives the Vikings a 1-0 start in conference play.
Week 4: vs. Joliet Central (W, 60-0)
The defense, led by Percy Walters and Tyler Newkirk, pitches its first shutout of the season and the offense scores on nine straight drives in the team's second straight game with 60+ points. Bryce Gray throws four touchdowns, including two to Kendric Pryor, as the team battles a weather delay, constant rain in the first half and a power outage at halftime to improve to 2-0 in conference play.
Week 5: @ Lockport (W, 48-0)
The Vikings score 28 points in the second quarter to shake off a slow start, with quarterback Bryce Gray throwing for 401 yards and four touchdowns in the blowout win. The game turns early in the second quarter with the HF defense holding three times at the goal line. The offense responds with an 11-play, 98-yard drive to get the scoring going. It's the defense's second straight shutout, and gives the Vikings a cumulative score of 175-6 in the past three games.
Week 6: @ Joliet West (W, 44-6)
The Vikings' lone Saturday afternoon start of the regular season results in six straight scoring drives in the first half. Bryce Gray throws three touchdowns while the Harley-Hampton twins each run in a score. The Vikings' defense allows a single score late in the third quarter with the game out of reach. The sixth win of the year automatically qualifies HF for the playoffs, marking the sixth straight season Craig Buzea has led the Vikings to the postseason.
Week 7: vs. No. 13 Lincoln-Way East (5-1; Week 6: 48-6 win vs. Lockport)
The Griffins win their fifth straight game behind four total touchdowns (two rushing, two passing) from quarterback Brandon Bauer.
Week 8: @ Sandburg (5-1; Week 6: 55-19 win at Joliet Central)
Ernest Grant tallies 117 of his 142 rushing yards in the second half as the Eagles run away from the Steelmen.
Week 9: vs. Bolingbrook (3-3; Week 6: 37-7 win at Stagg)
The Raiders will coast in Weeks 7 and 8 before a Week 9 showdown at Homewood-Flossmoor to decide the Alec Anderson trophy.