Sept. 24, 2015
By SCOTT SCHMID - firstname.lastname@example.org
ELMHURST – Averaging nearly 45 points a contest, Hinsdale Central has a wealth of offensive threats to give opposing defenses fits.
On Sept. 19, Kareem Muhammad was one of several Red Devils to have big outputs with his two long touchdown catches helping propel the team to a 52-21 victory against York.
“Every one of us kind of makes each other a little better,” Muhammad said. “Our coach says we’ve got enough balls to go around for everyone and it’s true. It’s a great environment.”
The West Suburban Silver game was originally scheduled Sept. 18 but was postponed to noon the next day because of weather.
Muhammad, a senior, opened the scoring for the visitors, getting behind the Dukes’ defense and hauling in a 43-yard touchdown pass from Michael Sessa less than five minutes into the game. He added a 34-yard score late ... READ FULL STORY