Bulls Prep coach Rafael Quizon: “The (Noble) network is growing as far as exposure. With the success of the boys program in the fall (advancing to the Class 2A sectional finals), that’s something hopefully we can build off. That’s one of our goals as a program – to be more recognizable around the city and the state.” Bob Narang has the report.
Jacklyn Cabrera: “We have a lot of offensive players back, and we have to beat West (Aurora). We want to beat West and win (the) PepsiCo Showdown.” Bob Narang has the story.
27-win season. 70 goals from a single player. PepsiCo Showdown champion. Class 1A state trophy. “We want to be a program that people will look back on in a few years as one of the top small school programs, not a one-hit wonder,” St. Edward coach Tim Brieger said. “We have teams looking to add us to their schedules.” Bob Narang has the report.
Crete-Monee senior Sydney Kent: “The (PepsiCo Showdown) gives us a lot of exposure, so people know more about Crete-Monee. A lot of people don’t have any idea where Crete is, and this helps put us on the radar with a lot of different teams.” Steve Millar has the story.