Crystal Lake S. bests Crystal Lake C.
Sep 1, 2012 1:01 AM -
Lake Larson dreamt of this day since he was a little kid. In some ways, some still might look at him as that little kid, The Crystal Lake South defensive back, who features a 5-foot-7, 175-pound frame that seems even shorter in person, might be one of the shorter kids on the field. But don't let that size fool you. He's the perfect example of what to do when your number gets called when a teammate goes down. Larson, who filled in for an injured Brandon LaPak and looked for redemption in his senior season return after not playing his junior year, played more like Brian Urlacher on Friday and was instrumental in South's 16-6 Fox Valley Conference crossover win over crosstown rival Crystal Lake Central at Ken Bruhn Field in front of roughly 4,000 fans