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  • Benet wins one for the alumsMar 18, 2014 12:00 AM
    There's a theory that you can't argue with history. Not only did Benet's boys basketball team argue with it Tuesday night, the Redwings grabbed it, threw it to the ground and tossed it out the gymnasium door at Hinsdale Central.

     
  • Tri-Valley running back Caleb Wilson *45) is congratulated by tight end Derek Wegman (9) and running back Braden Herman after scoring against Lena-Winslow during the first half of the IHSA Class 1A championship high school football game Friday, Nov. 29, 2013, at Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, Ill. (AP Photo/Matt Marton)

    Will fans pack stands in DeKalb? Nov 29, 2013 12:00 AM
    Quick favor to ask...could someone please remind me to drive to DeKalb instead of Champaign on Saturday? It’s again time for eight football champions to be crowned, but for the first time in 30 years the games take place well within driving distance of eight million people. How many will show up this weekend? Eyes on Five takes a look at that and some other tidbits as we say goodbye to football season for another year.

     
  • Conference craziness works back into football season Nov 21, 2013 12:00 AM
    Wouldn’t you know it? Here we were enjoying a fantastic football postseason when conference craziness again forced its way into our sporting lives. The tug of war drones on between the DuPage Valley Conference and the Upstate Eight Conference and — even with state football title berths on the line this weekend — Eyes on Five can’t help but look at what’s on the horizon.

     
  •  Mikey Dudek of Neuqua Valley,left, and Jon Lubanza of Naperville Central go up for pass during game action Friday in Naperville. Dudek caught the ball.

    Plenty of reasons to show up Nov 14, 2013 12:00 AM
    Where is everybody? Two weeks into the football playoffs and I have yet to see a packed house. This edition of Eyes on Five looks at disappointing crowd sizes. Hopefully it gets better this week.

     
  • Daniel White/dwhite@dailyherald.com ¬ Playoffs - Round Three- Marian Central at Montini football playoff game

    A rivalry that doesn’t get enough recognition Nov 7, 2013 12:00 AM
    When it comes to top football rivalries, how come there isn’t more mention of Montini and Marian Central Catholic?

     
  •  Dom Garza of Wheaton North runs the ball during the Glenbard North at Wheaton North football game Friday.

    Planting the seeds of playoff change Oct 31, 2013 12:00 AM
    The power of change is a funny thing. There it is, right in the palm of your hand. Only you can’t see it. This week’s Eyes on Five looks at the power of change sitting in a bunch of palms right now.

     
  •  Willowbrook quarterback Brian Johnson (#9) fires one during the Proviso East at Willowbrook football game Friday in Villa Park

    Life on the bubble can be complicated Oct 24, 2013 12:00 AM
    Many football teams already know they’ll be in the playoffs while many more teams know they won’t. What about the tweeners? What about the teams stuck in the middle that won’t know where they stand until the IHSA announces the pairings Saturday night? Eyes on Five this week looks at some of the teams sweating it out as we head into the final week of the regular season.

     
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    The safety issue can’t be masked Oct 17, 2013 12:00 AM
    When dealing with athlete safety, nothing should be off the table. Before scattering the field again, “Eyes on Five” first looks outside the box in taking on the task of reducing the number of football player concussions.

     
  • ‘Eyes on Five’ has ... eyes on next year? Oct 10, 2013 12:00 AM
    “Eyes on Five” is about to break the golden rule of high school football. We’re looking past the game in front of us. I know, I know. Crazy stuff, right? Sorry...can’t help it. Not with some interesting stuff looming on the horizon after this season. If only for a moment, let’s look ahead. Just don’t tell the coaches.

     
  • Just kickin’ it at the halfway point Oct 3, 2013 12:00 AM
    Halfway home means different things to different teams. For football teams with glowing potential, you definitely don’t want to be halfway home after Week 5. Save that for after Week 7 and a trip to the state title games Thanksgiving weekend in DeKalb. “Eyes on Five” grinds through another week in hopes of also making it to that 14th game in DeKalb.

     
  • Eyes on Five has eyes on Fitz Sep 26, 2013 12:00 AM
    Football teams spend an entire week preparing for anything and everything from an opponent. Then, sure enough, the unpreparable comes along. This week’s “Eyes on Five” scatters its thoughts again, including thoughts on something for which no team could have prepared.

     
  •  Glenbard North football coach Ryan Wilkens talk with quarterback Brett Gasiorowski during a recent practice. The Panthers might soon drop to Class 7A from Class 8A.

    Do teams need to move up to win? Sep 19, 2013 12:00 AM
    When it comes to reaching an IHSA state championship football game, coaches and players will go to just about any legal length to achieve that dream. How far will they go? This week’s Eyes on Five takes a look, and adds a couple other tidbits along the way.

     
  •  Michael Kolzow of Naperville central,left, is pulled down by Godfrey Collins of Neuqua Valley during game action Friday in Naperville.

    No time to waste in football season Sep 12, 2013 12:00 AM
    High school football is unlike any sporting animal. Blink and you may miss it.

     
  • A little extra support for Addison Trail Sep 5, 2013 12:00 AM
    So after some unbearable delays, Week 1 is finally in the books. Memorable? Absolutely.

     
  • Doing the scouting for your ‘Eyes on Five’ Aug 29, 2013 12:00 AM
    Welcome back. Specifics aren’t necessary because we all know it’s finally prep football season. Nine months after we watched Montini, Glenbard West and six other schools win state titles, we’re thrilled to be back for Opening Day, 2013.

     
  •  Glenbard North’s Jered Cortez won an individual state wrestling championship in February.

    There’s plenty to remember, and not just the weatherMay 30, 2013 12:00 AM
    With the school year nearly over, it seems like only yesterday we were watching games in bitterly cold wintry weather. Oh...wait. That was yesterday. Bad spring weather jokes aside, and without further delay, the Daily Herald tradition continues of chronologically presenting the top 10 moments of the school year in DuPage County boys athletics. Next week Josh Welge will do the same for girls athletics.

     
  • If we knew what we know, would we know something else? May 16, 2013 12:00 AM
    Knowing what we know now, imagine if we could start the school year over again. Imagine knowing every school’s intentions for finding a happy conference home. No need for private conversations or bombshell decisions. Complete transparency from jump street. What would the area’s conference landscape look like?

     
  • Glenbard North's Justin Jackson heads for the end zone after catching a touchdown pass during Saturday's class 8A football playoff semifinal against Loyola Academy.

    Grades, talent make Glenbard North's Jackson worth waitMay 2, 2013 12:00 AM
    When college football recruiters travel to Carol Stream to meet with Glenbard North football coach Ryan Wilkens, they seek two things: game film and a transcript of grades. In both cases, they inevitably fall in love with Justin Jackson.

     
  • That’s not Big Brother watching, it’s a college coach Apr 18, 2013 12:00 AM
    There’s a saying that the Internet is forever. It’s a shame more high school athletes haven’t heard it.

     
  • Looking for a field, teams find a gem in Lee Pfund Stadium Apr 4, 2013 12:00 AM
    Some things just seem impossible. Playing baseball early last week in the western suburbs certainly falls in that category. But while most teams struggled to make playable fields that either were frozen or swamped by thawing frost, a handful of resourceful area teams took advantage of one of the best kept baseball secrets in DuPage County.

     
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