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NEWS > Pioneer Press 2018 Football All-Area Defense: First Team and Second Team


By Bob Narang and Steve Reaven
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Pioneer Press

2018/12/27

First Team

Aidan Cruickshank
School: Hinsdale Central.
Year: Senior.
Position: Safety.
Accolades: All-conference, team MVP.
Key stats: School’s all-time leader in tackles. Made more than 100 tackles as a junior and repeated the feat as a senior.

Armoni Dixon
School: Loyola.
Year: Senior.
Position: Linebacker.
Accolades: All-conference. Committed to Tulane.
Key stats: Made 86 tackles, including a team-high 18 tackles for loss, with seven sacks and nine quarterback hurries.

Luke Dwyer
School: Lake Zurich.
Year: Senior.
Position: Linebacker.
Accolades: All-conference. Named to Class 7A all-state team. Committed to North Dakota State.
Key stats: Made 66 tackles, including eight ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Pioneer Press 2018 Football All-Area Honorable Mention


By Bob Narang and Steve Reaven
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Pioneer Press

2018/12/27

Introducing the football players named Pioneer Press 2018 All-Area Honorable Mention.

Connor Adams, Buffalo Grove, senior, quarterback; Nathan Barnes, Lake Forest Academy, senior, defensive line; Anthony Brown, St. Joseph, senior, offensive line/linebacker; Aamir Burgie, St. Joseph, senior, wide receiver/defensive back; Cedric Cheatham, OPRF, senior, linebacker; Artie Collins, Loyola, senior, wide receiver; Kevin Cooke, IC Catholic, junior, linebacker; Eric Darlington Jr., Barrington, junior, wide receiver; Todian Daveed, Niles North, senior, linebacker; Sayvon Davis, Niles North, senior, wide receiver; Kris Diallo, Elmwood Park, senior, wide receiver/linebacker; Alex Diaz, Hinsdale South, senior, offensive line; Bryan Dowd, Fenwick, junior, punter; Jack Fabbrini, Lake Zurich, ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Pioneer Press 2018 Football All-Area Offense: First Team and Second Team


By Bob Narang and Steve Reaven
Contact Reporter
Pioneer Press

2018/12/27

First-Team Offense

Michael Axelrood
School: Evanston.
Year: Senior.
Position: Wide receiver.
Accolades: Central Suburban South Offensive Player of the Year. Has more than 20 Division I offers, including from Ivy League and Pioneer Football League programs.
Key stats: Had 51 receptions for 844 yards and 11 TDs.

Patrick Banich
School: Notre Dame.
Year: Senior.
Position: Offensive line.
Accolades: All-conference.
Key stats: Helped Dons rush for more than 1,500 yards.

Joe Boyer
School: Rolling Meadows.
Year: Senior.
Position: Offensive line.
Accolades: Signed with Illinois State track and field as a thrower.
Key stats: Leader of an offensive line that ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Hinsdale High School District 86 voted to get rid of football. Here's what else was cut.


By Kimberly Fornek
Contact Reporter
Pioneer Press

2018/12/21

As part of a package of administrator salary freezes, staff cuts, bus route cuts, new bus fees and higher class sizes, the Hinsdale High School District 86 Board voted to eliminate next school year the following sports, clubs and activities to save the net cost associated with each. The saving will be used for about $42 million in facility improvements over the next six years.

Hinsdale Central

Clubs and activities
Athletes committed to excellence/Red Devil Nation $918
Ambassadors $12,055
Choral director $8,566
Debate team $1,911
Drama club $2,070
Freshman play, September show, spring play $42,740
Faculty sponsors for freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior class ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Hinsdale football could be gone if voters don't pass a bond issue. It's a threat that has worked in other districts.


By John Keilman
Contract Reporter
Chicago Tribune

2018/12/21

Faced with voters disinclined to pass a nine-figure bond referendum proposal, the board of Hinsdale High School District 86 has turned to the nuclear option: the promised elimination of football and numerous other extracurricular activities.

District voters in November rejected a $166 million proposal, and last week, the school board voted to cut nine sports, a passel of activities and the marching band programs at Hinsdale Central and Hinsdale South if voters fail to pass a scaled-down measure in April.

“This is the board action going forward, not scare tactics for effect,” said board member Keith Chval.

But some locals believe it’s just ... READ FULL STORY

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