Dundee-Crown is the answer

I was approached at the Grayslake Central game on Saturday and asked if I would ever put the record in the paper. That is the win-loss record of the two Grayslake schools while playing football games since the split of the schools three years ago.

1-47. That doesn’t include the games in which North plays Central. Every week it seems both Central and North get killed in football games. It can’t be all that much fun knowing you are going to get smashed every time out.

So here’s my three-point solution to all those stinging defeats.

1. Disband the football teams (not likely)

2. Transfer both clubs immediately to the Prairie Division of the NSC.

3. Have Central and North play each other nine times a year.

Oh, Central’s win over Dundee-Crown to open the 2006 season is the lone win by the two schools over school not from Grayslake

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