The No. 4 seeded Lions (16-2-3) have been on a winning streak this month. Tuesday marked the team's 10th consecutive win since their Sept. 28 loss against the No. 1 seed Red Devils, according to High School Cube News.
"All the credit to LT," Red Devils coach Michael Wiggins said after the game. "I thought we did well to set the tone to start the game and got into good scoring positions. They handled us well in that first 15 minutes of the game and yet kept coming at us.
"Congratulations to them and best of luck.”
Hinsdale Central entered the game with a 20-0-2 record.
“We had a special year and made a special run with a great group of student-athletes," Wiggins said. "They were fun to work with, and really made every training session a joy to run.
"This year’s team knew how to handle their success and it made them a tough team to beat. You never know how long something like this will go, but you never want a season to end when you are lucky enough to have the best student-athletes anyone could hope for. They are fine young men.”
The Lions will play the winner of a 6:30 p.m. match between No. 3 Benet Academy and No. 2 Morton in the Hinsdale South Sectional final on Friday, Nov. 1.