'We're done being the punching bag' Geneva relishing big win over Wheaton Warrenville South, best start since 105 and Kaneland's Dawson Trebolo producing in first year starting for Knights in Jacob Bartelson's Kane County Chronicle notes.
Speedy Yorkville safety Andrew Garton shows off his quick hands with pick-six against Plainfield South, Plano gears up for a big challenge after 'bye week' Oswego East quarterback Tre Jones showing off his wheels and Oswego tight end Deakon Tonielli up to 10 scholarship offers in Joshua Welge's Kendall County football notebook.
Drew Gerke settling in as a top target for Batavia quarterback Ryan Boe, and quarterback is the latest position on offense Shawn Adkerson is contributing at for Burlington Central in Jacob Bartelson's Kane County Chronicle football notebook.
The Dixon football team lost three close games in the spring season, and the Dukes have taken the lessons they learned from those losses and turned them into a pair of lopsided victories to open the fall season.
Nathan Hayes and St. Charles East’s offense breaks out with bounce-back win over Waubonsie Valley, plus notes on Batavia senior defensive lineman Tyler Sapit and St. Charles North’s Angelo Bradley and Luke Sharkey.
Oswego East junior quarterback Tre Jones and senior receiver Ty Carlson have made a quick connection this season, Jones throwing three touchdowns to Carlson in a Week 2 win. That, Nemo Denton leads Plano defense that has not allowed a point in two games and the Reapers gear up to stop Sandwich's wing-T defense in this week's Kendall County football notes.
Lemont junior Payton Salomon couldn't have asked for a better first two varsity starts, a 2-0 record with a Hail Mary game-winner last Friday against Nazareth. That, St. Francis lineman TJ McMillen gets long-awaited campus visit to Purdue and Downers Grove North-Downers Grove South crosstown showdown in this week's Suburban Life notebook.
The Newman football team opens the 2021 season with a tough slate of games, starting with a rival before two road trips the next three weeks. But the Comets wouldn't want it any other way, and are looking forward to running the daunting gauntlet.