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NEWS > Hinsdale Central hammers Proviso West

Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014

By SUBURBAN LIFE MEDIA

HILLSIDE – Hinsdale Central made short work of host Proviso West Friday night, winning the West Suburban Silver game 42-14.

With the win, the Red Devils notched their second decisive victory in as many weeks as they improved to 3-1 overall and 2-0 in the WSS. Central topped York 41-21 in Week 3.

Central now shifts its focus to a big Week 5 clash against Glenbard West. The Red Devils welcome the Hilltoppers at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Proviso West is set to face Proviso East at 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 27.

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NEWS > Red Devils football team tries helmet padding to prevent concussions

George Wilcox
gwilcox@pioneerlocal.com | @geomwilcox
Sept. 16, 2014

HINSDALE — HINSDALE — Brad Huth doesn’t recall many details about the concussion he suffered while playing tackle football. It happened when the current Hinsdale Central junior running back was in the seventh grade.

“I remember being out [for one week] and I didn’t like it,” Huth said.
Huth was a running back for the Hinsdale Falcons youth football team at the time. The Hinsdale resident had played tackle football since the third grade and played flag football when he was in kindergarten.

But he didn’t know how to react in the spring, when new Hinsdale Central football coach Dan Hartman introduced himself to the team. Hartman also told ... FULL STORY

NEWS > Rain doesn’t dampen the fun at Hinsdale Central for first football game of season

Chuck Fieldman
cfieldman@pioneerlocal.com | @chuckwriting
Sept. 15, 2014

Hinsdale Central students and staff didn’t allow rain to ruin what could be the start of a new tradition — or get in the way of a couple others.

As has been the case for many years, Friday’s first home football game of the season stirred up some extra excitement at Central and in the community.

And many seniors followed another tradition by showing up to school and the football game dressed in a toga. And another activity that has become a tradition at many pro and college sporting events took its first turn at Central.

The administration organized tailgating, which offers the opportunity to socialize while enjoying ... FULL STORY

NEWS > Juwan Edmond give Hinsdale Central offense burst of energy

Patrick Kelly
For Sun-Times Media
Sept. 13, 2014

HINSDALE - Hinsdale Central running back Juwan Edmond found his inspiration on the first offensive play of the game Friday night, when he watched York’s Morgan Alexander break loose on an 80-yard scoring run to give the Dukes a 7-0 lead.

“I wanted the same thing,” Edmond said. “I wanted that 80-yard touchdown run, but I guess I could not get it.”

Instead, the senior had to settle for 278 rushing yards and three scores while carrying the Red Devils to a 41-21 win in their West Suburban Silver opener in Hinsdale.

Edmond scored on runs of 29, 22 and 45 yards, and set up a Red Devils’ ... FULL STORY

ANNOUNCEMENT 2014/09/13

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