Carol Stream Sports News
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Tuesday Oct 6 | via Daily Herald
With little idea what the football postseason might look like, this week's edition of Eyes on Five takes its best shot at figuring out who will be around for Week 10. For the last couple weeks, Kankakee Daily Journal sports writer Steve Soucie -- known statewide as the top authority on high school football bracketology -- has been gleefully tweeting at me about the state of the DuPage Valley Conference. "Dear @kevin_schmit," he tweeted me two weeks ago, "Please tell the DVC to tidy some things up for me. Comment?
Saturday Oct 3 | via Daily Herald
Top players: Konrad Bayer . Nico Bebergall , Anthony Berardi , Grant Borg , Ryan Budicin , Nathan Chalus , Saul Hernandez , Brandon Howard , Joe Kallikaden . Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Daily Herald
For two football programs traveling in completely different circles, Friday's showdown between Naperville Central and Batavia will have a reunion feel to it. Two years ago in DeKalb, Naperville Central won the Class 8A title just hours after Batavia claimed the Class 6A crown. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via Daily Herald
A measure of what kind of season it has been for the Glenbard North boys soccer game could be seen Tuesday night in the team's postgame meeting -- nothing but smiles. For good reason. Comment?
Friday Sep 25 | via Daily Herald
The Panthers had no interceptions Friday, but Pitts' blocked punt during the opening series set the tone for a dominating 46-6 DuPage Valley Conference and homecoming victory over Naperville North in Carol Stream. "We've been practicing all week, really all season, on punt blocking and keeping our hands closer and flying to the ball. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 23 | via Daily Herald
Glenbard North junior running back Vittoria Tricase and Waubonsie Valley senior linebacker Max Ihry have earned Daily Herald MVP honors for their performances in Week 4 of the high school football season. Vittorio Tricase, Glenbard North: The 5-foot-7, 175-pound running back helped slam the door shut in a 41-17 nonconference victory over previously unbeaten Glenbard East. Comment?
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