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TIMEOUT: Doings Cup games not always predictible


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September 21, 2009
By JOE GODDARD Columnist

The Hinsdale Central-Hinsdale South Doings Cup football rivalry continues Friday night in Darien with the same promise of an all-out scrum despite their records of 2-2 and 0-4 respectively.

It will be a test for Central quarterback John Whitelaw and a growing fleet of receivers led by Alex Kirk going against one of the biggest high-school lines in Illinois with veterans Cody Kuhlman (285 pounds), Dane DeKing (280) and Joe Czaja (300).

Kuhlman could be a difference maker with his booming punts. "He's really special, a true Division I player," South coach Alex Bitto said.

Kuhlman has two jerseys: No. 77 as a lineman and No. 99 as an eligible tight-end receiver.

A key player from each team will be missing.

Two-way Central linebacker-tight end Jason Rafferty, who always plays to the whistle, is out with a shoulder injury against ...
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