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Oak Park River Forest
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Friday, October 26, 2012
A heads-up play by a senior running back led to a Husky win Friday night in the first round of the 8A playoffs.
Senior running back Tom Odell caught a wild 50-yard touchdown pass off of a tipped ball with 1:15 left in the fourth quarter and Oak Park-River Forest came from behind again to beat Hinsdale Central, 28-24, in the first round of the 8A playoffs Friday night in Hinsdale. Trailing 24-21 on that final Huskies drive, sophomore quarterback Lloyd Yates threw a ball down the sideline intended for senior wideout Ryan Nelson. Hinsdale Central safety Andrew Eck tipped the ball away from Nelson, but Odell was in the right place at the right time, caught the ball, and dashed into the end zone. Odell said he was hoping to be Yates' original target on the play, but he didn't give up on the play when it went to Nelson. "I just put myself in a good …
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
The Hinsdale Central boys soccer season came to an end Tuesday night; the team ended the season with a 13-9-2 record.
It wasn’t exactly a finish to remember for the Hinsdale Central boys soccer team in their home sectional match Tuesday night. In fact, it wasn’t really a finish at all. After sitting in their locker room for just over an hour, pondering a 2-0 deficit to Oak Park River Forest (OPRF) during a halftime prolonged by a thunderstorm, the Red Devils were informed lightning had forced officials to cancel the second half and call the game after 40 minutes. The 2011 season was over. “You only worry about things you can control,” said head coach Mike Wiggins, who did not dispute the decision to call the game. “This is something you can’t control.” Senior midfielder Mitch Reavis was disappointed about the decision because he’s seen 2-0 leads disappear…