By SUBURBAN LIFE MEDIA - email@example.com
Saturday, September 14, 2013
ELMHURST – Starting Hinsdale Central quarterback Chase Hamilton had to be helped off the field Friday night after injuring his ankle during the Red Devils' second series against York.
Without missing a beat, backup quarterback Jacob White took the reins, rushing for 160 yards on 16 carries, scoring one touchdown and propelling Hinsdale Central to a 30-7 victory.
The Red Devils, now 2-1 and riding a two-game winning streak, controlled the tempo, ground game and time of possession all night. Junior Ben Stefani scored the game's first touchdown – a slant pass from Hamilton that the running back turned up the left sideline, scampering 28 yards into the end zone. An extra point made it 7-0 and the Red Devils never looked back.
After Hamilton went down, White, operating out of the shotgun, caught York blitzing, then split the defense and sprinted 68 ... READ FULL STORY