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Brian Owens and Jack Adams both scored twice for the Red Devils in 30-0 victory over the North Stars at Hinsdale Central.
Hinsdale South 50, Willowbrook 22. Keontae Hall's four TD's in his final home game gives Hornets their first winning season since 2005 and an at-large bid for the state playoffs.
The veteran Hornets' recent successes in tournaments and a favorable regional draw make another deep playoff run likely.
Hinsdale Central 28, Hinsdale South 7: Owens' three touchdowns, 300 total yards leads Central
Addison Trail 21, Hinsdale South 0: An aggressive Addison Trail defense holds the Hornets to only 86 yards offense.
Hinsdale South 28, Proviso East 26: Hornets nearly blow 21-point quarter lead in conference opener
Sachs, a junior for the golf team and a state qualifier, looks poised for very good things on the golf course.
Hinsdale South senior Kim Warpecha has qualified for state in tennis twice and has worked her way back up again through back surgery and other injuries. She hopes to lead the Hornets to another conference title and maybe even more.
Hinsdale South 22, Romeoville 20: Five Spartan turnovers and two fumble-recovery touchdowns by DJ King put the Hornets over the top in their 2011 debut.
Hinsdale South 7, Downers South 2: Costly miscue in sixth inning, strong performance by pitcher Amy Narotsky send Mustangs to first conference loss.
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