Daily Herald Correspondent
KeVon Robinson is about as positive a guy as you'll find on a football field.
Take Saturday afternoon. In the waning moments of his York football team's 35-13 loss to host Hinsdale Central, there he was on the sidelines, clapping his hands and exhorting his teammates to keep on going.
Forget the score. Keep those heads held high. Better days are ahead.
"It's an encouragement thing," said Robinson, who had 81 yards rushing on 13 carries. "When you get down when the other team scores, you get quiet. You've got to keep moving, you've got to keep clapping, you've got to keep encouraging. You can't give up. Football is a momentum game."
Forty-nine of Robinson's yards were earned in York's first possession, an 80-yard march in 6:09 that culminated in a 5-yard run by senior quarterback Joe Javorek. Anthony Lapiana's extra point tied the score ... READ FULL STORY