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NEWS > Red Devils football looks to continue undefeated record

Ricky Sahgal, Contributor
October 8, 2019

The football team is looking to go out and make a statement for this football season. The Red Devils are 6-0 and are playing with a different sense of urgency this year from years prior.

One of the huge reasons for this strong start with the Red Devils is the mindset that the team has for this year. Wide receivers Coach Matt Mcniif said that this year the Devils are not holding anything back this year.

“In years past I believe we have been scared to try things like take more shots down field but this year we feel like we have the athletes to make big plays downfield ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Hinsdale Central connects for triumph over York

By Scott Schmid
Daily Herald Correspondent

Hinsdale Central's Michael Brescia and Braden Contreras have quite the chemistry going.

That has spelled doom for their opponents.

The junior quarterback and senior wide receiver connected for three more touchdowns on Friday - raising their season total to 10 - as the visiting Red Devils stayed undefeated with a 28-21 win over York in Elmhurst.

In improving to 6-0 in the fall, and 3-0 in the West Suburban Silver, Hinsdale Central moved one step closer to a showdown with Glenbard West in Week 8 while clinching a playoff berth.

"We always have three goals as a program," said first-year coach and longtime assistant ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Michael Brescia throws four more touchdowns, Hinsdale Central edges York to stay unbeaten

Braden Contreras has three TD catches in 28-21 win


ELMHURST – In taking over for Matt Rush under center this fall, Hinsdale Central quarterback Michael Brescia certainly had big shoes to fill.

But after accounting for four more touchdowns in Friday’s 28-21 victory over York Friday, the junior is making it look easy.

All Brescia has done so far for the undefeated Red Devils (6-0, 3-0) is toss 13 touchdown passes, against no interceptions, while running for another seven scores, including the game-winner against the host Dukes midway through the fourth quarter.

He credits learning from Rush, now a freshman QB at Washington University in Missouri, ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Hinsdale Central fends off York thanks to big play from Nyme Hussain

Patrick Kelly

Defensive back Nyme Hussain is apparently a quick study, because in only his second week as a starter, he came up with a game-changing play when Hinsdale Central faced York on Friday night.

Hussain, a junior from Hinsdale, has seen his playing time increase as he fills in for senior Drew Novatney, who is dealing with an injury.

With the score tied in the fourth quarter, Hussain intercepted a York pass attempt near midfield, which put the Red Devils in good position to mount a game-winning drive.

Hinsdale Central responded. Junior quarterback Michael Brescia supplied a touchdown run to help the Red Devils claim a 28-21 West Suburban Silver ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Girls on the gridiron

Red Devil football welcomes female assistant coach, female wide receiver

September 26, 2019

"All in."

That's the theme of the Hinsdale Central football program this year.

Offense and defense.

Juniors and seniors.

Males and females.

Wait, what?

Yes, it's true. Look closely at the next game and you might spot coach Allison Fish working with defensive players on the sidelines and blond braids extending from the helmet of No. 34, wide receiver Chiara Gregor.

The two make joining a group of 80 players and half a dozen coaches - none of whom are women - look easy, varsity head coach Brian Griffin said.

"I think they're both in ... READ FULL STORY