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The Inside Corner: The Rivalry Between Lyons Township and Hinsdale Central
Published on Oct 21, 2014
This program is hosted by Terry Sullivan and produced by LTTV. The program is a talk show and panel discussion format featuring topics related to sports and fitness in a variety of ways, including community sports like Little League, high school athletics, college sports, and professional sports.
This episode features a discussion about the rivalry between Lyons Township and Hinsdale Central high schools, and includes interviews with football players from both schools.
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NEWS > Beth Long’s Super 25 football rankings (week 6)
Oct. 4, 2015
With record and last week’s ranking
1. Homewood-Flossmoor (6-0) 1
Friday vs. No. 20 Lincoln-Way East
2. Glenbard West (6-0) 2
Friday at No. 15 Oak Park-River Forest
3. Loyola (6-0) 3
Saturday vs. DePaul Prep
4. Libertyville (6-0) 4
Friday at Warren
5. Montini (6-0) 5
Friday vs. St. Francis
6. Phillips (6-0) 6
Friday vs. Raby
7. Joliet Catholic (6-0) 8
Friday vs. No. 10 Nazareth
8. Hinsdale Central
Friday vs. No. 23 Lyons
9. Naperville Central (5-1) 11
Friday vs. Naperville North
10. Nazareth (5-1) 10
Friday at No. 7 Joliet Catholic
11. Brother ... FULL STORY
NEWS > O’Brien: Sam Brodner the difference in Glenbard West’s win over Hinsdale Central
Hinsdale Central brought a large fanbase and a talented football team to Glen Ellyn on Saturday. They even had shirts made for the occasion. “The Showdown” was on the front and the back was the mission statement: “We can, we will, beat West.”
It seemed like that just might happen for a majority of the game, but then Glenbard West senior Sam Brodner took over and the No. 2 Hilltoppers used a second-half comeback to beat No. 9 Hinsdale Central 35-24.
The Hilltoppers and Red Devils are extremely similar teams. Both pride themselves on strong defenses and enjoy pounding the ball on the ground, carry ... FULL STORY
NEWS > Prep football: Sam Brodner carries No. 4 Glenbard West past No. 9 Hinsdale Central
Contact Reporter Chicago Tribune
It sometimes seems like the outcome is fixed, like the question isn't who's going to win but how.
Year after year, good teams come to Duchon Field fired up, even making T-shirts for the event. They outplay Glenbard West for a good while, the tide invariably turns, and they go home wondering what went wrong.
Sam Brodner is often the answer.
Glenbard West's Vanderbilt recruit was at his heroic best on Saturday, piling up 261 yards from scrimmage, scoring three touchdowns, making spectacular plays to set up two more and rallying the No. 4 Hilltoppers to a 35-24 victory against No. 9 Hinsdale Central in Glen Ellyn.
NEWS > Mike Helfgot's five games to watch for Week 6
Contact Reporter Chicago Tribune
Benet at No. 13 Nazareth
When: 7 p.m. Friday.
Records: Nazareth 4-1, Benet 4-1.
On the offensive: Nazareth tends to be a quick-strike attack with QB Carson Bartels and WR/RB Julian Love, but the Roadrunners can also pound it between the tackles with Ivory Kelly-Martin. Benet has opened up what was a conservative attack in 2014, and Rob Bordignon has emerged as one of the top receivers in the East Suburban Catholic.
Getting defensive: If Love isn't the best DB in Illinois, he's on the short list, and Benet will have to be wary of him after throwing three interceptions twice in the past three ... FULL STORY