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Kenwood knocks off Fenwick, plans to become Public League power

Kenwood QB Denzel Stephens runs outside to make a pass in practice. Worsom Robinson/For the Sun-Times

Phillips, Simeon, Curie, Raby and Solorio are among a handful of teams that have begun to change the perception of Public League football around the state.

If Week 1 is any indication, there may be another school earning some football respect. Kenwood pulled off the most surprising upset of Week 1. The Broncos knocked off Fenwick, a perennial state playoff qualifier.

The Broncos want to be known as the Public League’s “creeper team,” a program on the rise. But they know the win over Fenwick has put a target on their back in the Public League this season.

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