Varsity Central: The Hornets meet crosstown rival Hinsdale Central at home. The Hornets gave an outstanding effort and played the Red Devils tough for 4 quarters. The Hornets only score came from a short run in by QB Ryan Kohlsaat. Unfortunately, Central got the best of the Hornets with the final score being 42-6.
Sophomore The Hornets meet crosstown rival Hinsdale Central at home. The Hornets gave an outstanding effort and played the Red Devils tough for 4 quarters. The Hornets only score came from a short run in by QB Ryan Kohlsaat. Unfortunately, Central got the best of the Hornets with the final score being 42-6.
Freshman The freshmen hornets beat Hinsdale Central 48-6 Saturday morning to move to 2-1 on this young season. Touchdown drives were orchestrated by both QBs— Chairs and Carr in this one. A couple of picks by Jenkins and Unseld also helped to derail a good red devil passing offense. Morton high school is up next for the hornets in the conference opener.
Week 2 vs. Proviso West
Varsity The Hornets defeated Proviso West Friday to beat a crossover opponent from the WSC silver. The score was 35-14. Marquese Garret accounted for 5 touchdowns. He ran 3 and threw 2. The recipient of the 2 passing touchdowns was Jaylon Smith. Kerry Glimco kicked multiple extra points and as a female she may be the first female in the history of the school to score points in a varsity football game. The defense held well all night with big hits by Jeremiah Kinsey. Luke Terrell had another impressive performance with 2 interceptions and played well on both sides of the ball.
Freshman The freshmen hornets improved to 1-1 in this young season defeating proviso west 28-8. Several sacks recorded by Griffin Carr set the panthers back early and some nifty runs by Amari Chairs, as well as a couple of touchdown tosses to Anthony Montez and Robby Spang resulted in a route by the third quarter. Hinsdale Central is up next for the hornets in a tough matchup.
Week 1 vs. Kaneland
Varsity The Hornets opened against Kaneland Friday in the cornfields of Maple Park. Friday night lights was new to many and it showed as the we lost to a quality team 48-0. We beat ourselves plenty but all our goals are still attainable as long as we learn the lessons the game can teach us. This will galvanize our team. We look forward to showing our growth week 2 at Proviso West.
Sophomore The Sophomore Hornets travel an hour up to maple park on Labor Day to play the Knights. The first drive of the game resulted in the hornets taking an 8-0 lead. However, It was all Kaneland from that point on. South scored three touchdowns, two of which were by RB Iyron Young and the third was by Jaylin Steele. End score 48-21
Freshman The freshmen hornets lost 38-18 on Friday night vs Kaneland. It was a pretty sloppy game for the hornets overall, with several turnovers. It wasn’t all bad however as big plays by QBs Griffin Carr and Amari Chairs each engineered scoring drives. Some nice catches by Wade Brossard and Calvin Jenkins also moved the ball well and Gary Smothers ran hard overall. Proviso West is next for the hornets.
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