Sycamore (6-3, 4-3) at Kaneland (6-3, 5-2), Saturday @ 6 p.m. Peterson Field, Maple Park, IL
The game marks the second meeting between the two stingiest defenses in the
WSC. Sycamore allowed just 113 points during the season, while KHS allowed
114, highlighted by two shutouts book-ending the regular season.
The weather.com forecast for Halloween looks for mostly cloudy skies with a
high of 50 and a low of 32.
The winner of this contest looks to face either (1) Hillcrest (8-1) or (16)
Wheaton Academy (5-4) in the “lower bracket” second round. For one of those
these four teams that makes it to the quarterfinals, Marian Central
Catholic, St. Francis, Montini Catholic or Belvidere lies in wait.
The fourth and final season of Western Sun Conference play yielded five
playoff teams, including Kaneland and Sycamore.
Geneva, who stormed through the regular season at 8-1, is the #3 seed in
Class 7A’s upper bracket, and hosts Palos Height’s Shepard High School on
Saturday, Nov. 1 at 1 p.m.
(3) Glenbard South (7-2) battles (14) Rochelle (5-4) in the second
head-to-head WSC matchup in the playoffs. The contest takes place on
Saturday at 1 p.m. Out at Glenbard North High School in Carol Stream.
Kaneland’s offensive output, which had a high of 35 points on two occasions
this season, likes to share the wealth when it comes to the endzone.
Eight different Knights have scored touchdowns this season, with Ryley
Bailey and Joe Camaliere leading the pack with seven TD’s each. Blake Serpa
had five TD’s this season. Taylor Andrews had three TD’s, followed by Quinn
Buschbacher and Eric Tattoni with two each. Tyler Callaghan and Brock Dyer
had one each.
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