Roundup: October 2


Neuqua Valley d. Batavia 25-16, 25-22: Kaelan Haag led the attack with 10 kills and 12 assists. She also had nine digs. Emily Krachenfels finished with four kills and 16 assists.


Naperville Central 7, WW South 0: Naperville Central’s Tiffany Chen rolled in the No. 1 singles match, beating WW South’s Katya Scherabyna 6-0, 6-0. Cassie Zhang and Megan Furukawa also shined for the Redhawks, defeating Laura Martz Maddie Castillo 6-2, 6-2 in No. 1 doubles.

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One thing is sure, the Soldier Field turf needs work.
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Brisker looked the part of expected Week 1 starter with impact plays. Sanborn, the Lake Zurich product, had a glorious Bears debut with two takeaways, a tackle for loss and two special-teams tackles.
Why are there so many good ones? Not that anybody’s complaining.
When Josh Gordon caught a nine-yard pass and tried to stomp both feet down before crossing into the Chiefs’ sideline, Matt Eberflus knew what to do. He’d been preparing for it since January — but also, really, his whole life.