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NEWS > 2018 Red Devil Football Award Winners

Exceptional Ball Boy - Aaron Koehler

Junior Scout Player of the Year - Daniyal Syed, #78

Senior Scout Player of the Year - Andrew Doromal, #37

Most Improved Player - Jack McCarty, #22

Most Outstanding Offensive Players - Matt Bobak #5 and Matt Rush, #10

Most Outstanding Defensive Player - Owen Goss, #27

William Huskisson Award "Player who is the ultimate example of what it means to be a Red Devil" - Roy Fuller, #62

Red Devil Award "Player who shows dedication to the program on and off the field throughout the year" - Sean Kelly, #44

Most Valuable Player - Aidan Cruickshank, #8

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NEWS > Red Devils lose football playoffs to Blue Devils

Rachel Wagner


The Hinsdale Central varsity football team (8-2) traveled to Gurnee, Ill. to take on the Warren High School Blue Devils (9-1) on Saturday, Nov. 3. The game was the second round of the IHSA 8A Playoffs, and the Red Devils lost 14-17.

Warren’s featured back, Martin Walker Jr., carried their team with over 1200 yards rushing 15 touchdowns and over 120 yards per game rushing yards going into the game.

As the teams lined up for the kickoff, temperatures were chilly, windy 40 degrees with a 10 mph wind coming from the north. It would be a hard fought battle between the Red Devils and the Blue Devils.

NEWS > Warren defense stands tall late to hold off Hinsdale Central in Class 8A playoffs


By Jon J. Kerr

Junior Juan DelaCruz knew what was needed to change Warren’s playoff luck.

“I talked to the juniors and I said, ‘Hey this is it. If we are going to do something, we have to get to know these dudes,’” DelaCruz said. “Relationships are key. You have to have a bond and trust in one another and I feel like the offseason created that.”

Now the Blue Devils are headed to the quarterfinals for the first time since 2001 after beating Hinsdale Central 17-14 on Saturday night. Warren (10-1) travels to Brother Rice (11-0) next weekend.

An opportunistic offense, staunch defense and timely special teams play made the difference ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Braden Contreras' spectacular TD catch a spark, but Red Devils come up just short


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GURNEE – Matt Rush knew he had to take shots, and look wide.

With a physical, nasty Warren defense clogging the middle, that meant safety Drew Novatney and linebacker Nick Franko moonlighting on the offense's perimeter edges.

It definitely meant getting Braden Contreras touches.

Hinsdale Central's 6-foot-1 junior wide receiver has tremendous ball skills, and the ability to elevate in coverage.

"He's been doing it all year for us," said Rush, Hinsdale Central's senior quarterback. "He's a huge threat."

He was again Saturday night.

Contreras made a spectacular touchdown catch in the first half to spark the Red Devils. He ... READ FULL STORY
NEWS > Warren downs Hinsdale Central to reach 8A quarterfinals


By Patricia Babcock McGraw
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It's been a long time coming for the Warren football team to make the IHSA state quarterfinals.

"It's been 27 years," Warren linebacker Juan DelaCruz said.

"Ya, 27 years," teammate and fellow linebacker Patrick Sharpe agreed.

Fact check with head coach, Brian McNulty: "No, no, it's been 17 years. The kids are thinking it's 27 years, but no, it's 17. It was 2001 that we last got to the quarterfinals."

Ok, so DelaCruz and Sharpe were off a decade. But the dramatic point is made just the same.

It's been a very long time since the Blue Devils have made a ... READ FULL STORY