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CHRONICLE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2013 | KCCHRONICLE.COM

HEARTBREAKER STC EAST’S SEASON COMES TO END IN UPSET LOSS TO LAKE PARK. PAGE 4 Jeff Krage for Shaw Media

St. Charles East’s Jordan Moore hides his head while walking off the field after the Saints’ 1-0 loss Saturday to Lake Park in the IHSA Class 3A Schaumburg Sectional championship.

LOOKING FORWARD ‘Anime Club’ to meet at Batavia Public Library BATAVIA – The monthly meeting of the “Anime Club” is set for 6:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Batavia Public Library, 10 S. Batavia Ave., Batavia. Teenagers ages 13 and older are invited. No registration required. For information, teens can send email to Anime@BataviaPublicLibrary. org.

Kane County Audubon Society to meet in St. Charles ST. CHARLES – The Kane County Audubon Society monthly meeting is set for 7 p.m. Nov. 13 at Hickory Knolls Discovery Center, 3795 Campton Hills Road, St. Charles. The program will be “Wings and Wildflowers” with speaker Jack Pizzo. For information, call Bob Andrini at 630-584-8386.

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OUT AND ABOUT Geneva dentist will pay for excess candy GENEVA – Trick-or-treaters may bring their excess candy to Geneva Family Dental and receive $1 a pound, up to 5 pounds. As an extra treat, free toothbrushes will be given to help keep children’s smiles healthy. Dr. Melissa Jentz-Cote and Dr. Adam Winkler will reward children for bringing in their unopened candy, which will be sent to U.S. troops overseas via Operation Gratitude. Last year, more than 127.5 tons of candy was shipped. Candy will be collected from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday at Geneva Family Dental, 2631 Williamsburg Ave., Geneva. Children also may write a special note to the troops to be included with the treats. For information, call 630-262-1055 or visit www. genevafamilydental.com.

‘Bye Bye Birdie’ at Rosary High School AURORA – Rosary High School will present the musical “Bye Bye Birdie” in November at the McEnroe Auditorium, 901 N. Edgelawn Drive, Aurora. Show dates are 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and senior citizens. Pre-show events are planned for Friday and Saturday. Hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and root beer floats will be served in the Rosary Diner beginning at 6 p.m. Friday for $10. Saturday, wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres will be available in the school library for $30. Both fundraisers are sponsored by the Rosary Fine Arts Boosters. Visit www.rosaryhs.com/musical for tickets or buy them at the school office. Call 630-896-0831 for information.

Veterans celebration at St. Charles North ST. CHARLES – The seventh annual Veterans Celebration Concert is set for 6:30 p.m. Nov. 11 at St. Charles North High School auditorium, 255 Red Gate Road, St. Charles. This free concert salutes veterans, men and women of the armed forces and their families and friends. Songs from each branch of the armed forces will be played to recognize the veterans present. Orion Samuelson of WGN will serve as the master of ceremonies. Register for tickets at www.scnmusic.com/veterans. Space is limited. Priority ticketing and seating will be given to those that have served the country. Call 331-2286416 for information.

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Participants competed in Sunday’s Campton Cross – Chicago Cyclocross Cup Halloween Race at Anderson Park in Campton Township. BELOW: Participants try to make it up a muddy hill in Sunday’s Campton Cross – Chicago Cyclocross Cup Halloween Race at Anderson Park in Campton Township.

Cyclocross race draws crowd, costumed cyclists By ERIC SCHELKOPF eschelkopf@shawmedia.com CAMPTON TOWNSHIP – Mary Ann Sedor’s pants were caked in mud after her bicycle couldn’t quite make it up a muddy hill during Sunday’s Campton Cross – Chicago Cyclocross Cup Halloween Race at Anderson Park in Campton Township. “I totally wiped out,” Sedor said. “My bike tipped over.” Despite the setback, the Warrenville resident said she enjoyed the challenge of the cyclocross race, which had cyclists racing over rough terrain. “It is super hard,” Sedor said. “You are pretty much at your threshold the whole time.” For Jostein Alvestad of Elmhurst, dressing up was as much fun as competing in the race. He came dressed as Tonto, with his black wig doubling as a bicycle helmet. “I saw the movie ‘The Lone Ranger’ with my kids and decided to dress as Tonto,” Alvestad said.

Participants and spectators were encouraged to dress in costume in the event, which consisted of 12 different races. The course also provided plenty of challenges for Alvestad. “There are some tricky turns and some challenging bumpy

parts,” he said. Bicyclist Matt Howley of Glen Ellyn discovered just how rough the course was after participating in the event. “It’s mostly uphill,” Howley said. “Jostein talked me into doing the race. I did my best today.”


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Concert benefits local nonprofits, salutes veterans By NICOLE WESKERNA nweskerna@shawmedia.com ST. CHARLES – Music lovers had a chance to indulge in some country and bluegrass tunes Saturday in St. Charles while helping three local charitable organizations and paying tribute to veterans. The third annual concert held at the Arcada Theatre raised money for the St. Charles Noon Rotary Club and the River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles. And for the first time, the concert benefited the Operation Finally Home organization and saluted veterans. Bob Brown, president of the St. Charles Noon Rotary Club, said the first year of the concert drew 600 attendees and the second year drew almost 900 people. This year, they offered an afternoon concert that drew about 400 people, according to Arcada personnel, along with a second concert at 7 p.m. Brown said he hoped to exceed the more than $30,000 they helped raise last year for the organizations. The Rotary Club in the past five years has given $73,000 in

local scholarships and $43,000 in local charitable giving efforts, Brown said. He said he was excited to partner with a new organization this year – Operation Finally Home – that helps build homes for wounded service members and their families in the St. Charles area. And, with Veterans Day around the corner, the concert honored veterans, and military men and women. Special guest Wally Guzy, 97, a World War II veteran who was in the Army’s 90th Infantry Division and fought during the D-Day Normandy invasion, led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. Brown said special guest John Wredling, a World War II veteran who served in the Army Air Corps, also was supposed to be in attendance, but wasn’t feeling well. An opening act also was a new addition to this year’s concert. Billy Croft & the 5 Alarm opened for the Henhouse Prowlers, which have performed the past two years. Singer and guitar player Billy Croft, a Naperville firefighter who lives in St. Charles, said he and his band members were

glad to be a part of the benefit concert for the first time and help raise funds for the nonprofits. “They do a lot of good things for the community, and as a fireman, that fits in with what we do,” he said. John Rabchuk, treasurer for the River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles, said the concert is one of the biggest fundraisers of the year for the organization, which helps maintain and improve walkways and bike paths along the Fox River corridor. Rabchuk said members of the organization hope to use the money raised to implement some ideas they’ve culled from other cities across the country that surround rivers. He said the idea for the annual concert started with the Rev. Al Patten, a minister at Baker Memorial United Methodist Church in St. Charles, who was a “bluegrass aficionado,” and was also a member of the River Corridor Foundation and Rotary Club. “[The concert] has always been at the Arcada,” he said. “It’s a great way to showcase St. Charles.”

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ABOVE: Billy Croft & the 5 Alarm opens for Henhouse Prowlers at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles on Saturday afternoon. The annual concert helped raise money for the St. Charles Noon Rotary Club, the River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles and Operation Finally Home. This year’s concert also was a tribute to veterans. BELOW: World War II veteran Wally Guzy (center) leads the Pledge of Allegiance along with Bob Brown, president of the St. Charles Noon Rotary Club, and his wife, Diane Brown, at the benefit concert.


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COACH SLY’S CORNER

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St. Charles East players show their disappointment as Lake Park celebrates its 1-0 victory in Saturday’s IHSA Class 3A Schaumburg Sectional championship.

IHSA CLASS 3A SCHAUMBURG SECTIONAL FINAL: LAKE PARK 1, ST. CHARLES EAST 0

STC East upset in sectional final By KEVIN DRULEY kdruley@shawmedia.com SCHAUMBURG – St. Charles East unleashed some of the best features of its attack down the stretch of Saturday’s 3A Schaumburg Sectional final boys soccer match. Talented finishers assembled in front of the net, upping the unpredictability factor on set pieces. In the run of play, speedy forwards blazed down the flank and let fly. Just as it had seven weeks ago, Lake Park watched the skilled Saints at work and pushed to challenge and react. The Lancers’ final gestures – triumphant shouts and pumped fists – spoke a mouthful about a 1-0 upset against top-seeded East. “We have all the talent here, and all these guys play soccer year-round. We’ve played soccer our whole lives,” Saints senior defender Kevin Heinrich said. “I mean, it just [stinks] when you see a team score one and pack it back in. But that’s what you’ve got to do to get the win. That’s what it is.” Lake Park (20-2-3) earned the game’s lone score with 27:13 remaining in the second half, as Lancers junior forward Oliver Horgan rose above traffic in front of the net to score off a header of a

Joe Keane corner kick. The goal came moments after East goalkeeper Chris Lucatorto elevated to deflect a Mike Catalano shot from distance over the crossbar, which triggered the set piece. “It got whipped in, it was a great ball in and we just lost the match,” Heinrich said. “They wanted it more on that one, and you’ve just got to come out and win [the ball]. You’ve just got to do it.” East (20-2-4) looked to take nothing for granted in its bid to oust Lake Park. Players insisted the Saints’ 5-1 victory Sept. 10 in Roselle was long forgotten, simply match No. 6 in an impressive string of 21 straight unbeaten results to start the season. Try as they might to forget their earlier success against the Lancers, though, the Saints know their streak will define their season, which fell four victories short of a 3A state title. When the unbeaten run ended Oct. 16 with a 3-1 loss at Metea Valley – a team East thumped, 7-0, about five weeks earlier – the Saints said they relearned the importance of constant effort and unimpeded focus. “We’ve lost twice this season, and both games have been to teams that we’ve previously battered earlier

in the season. I hate to say it, but we picked the worst day of the year to have our most abysmal performance,” East coach Paul Jennison said. “It’s hard, because these guys are capable of being the best team in state, and unfortunately, we didn’t even belong on the same field as them today. They outworked us, they had more desire for every second ball. You know what, at the end of the day, the best team walked out of here winners today, and I’ve got to hold my hands up and say it’s an absolute nightmare it happened the way it did.” Jennison and the Saints didn’t hesitate to credit Lake Park, which outshot East, 12-6, in the first half before East enjoyed a 9-2 edge after intermission. Catalano, Keane and Co. made it difficult for the Saints to work anything through the middle. “We prepared for their quickness in practice, working with our outsides, and we just got the defense mentally prepared for this game,” said Lancers senior goalkeeper Steven Mack, who earned his third straight shutout. “I always have confidence in my back line. Never really nervous with them back there. I can always count on them to help me out, and they came up huge this game.”

Well, 3-1 ain’t too bad for opening night of the playoffs. Batavia, Kaneland and Marmion move on. Geneva goes home. But worse than any team losing a football game is a serious injury, so most importantly, best wishes for Kaneland’s Brandon Bishop, who was taken off the field during the Hampshire win. Football-wise, you’ve got to figure things will get a lot tougher for the Knights next week, where JCA is pretty much a lock to be waiting. That’s a semifinal or even 5A championship-caliber game taking place in the second round. No surprise, Batavia beat up on the Barbs, but still has to be somewhat of a relief for Batavia to get that first one out of the way with what happened last year. Marmion laid the wood to Fenton, and gets a very winnable second round game against a Prairie Ridge team that was 5-4 entering the playoffs and has injury concerns at quarterback. Too bad about the Vikings. They were a fun team with some major offensive firepower, but you’ve got to play well AND play clean to beat a team like St. Patrick, and costly turnovers aren’t going to cut it. Still a very solid season for the Vikings, and lots of talent returning. On Saturday, instead of four local home games as it was on Friday, it’ll be four road games, as St. Charles East, ACC, Aurora Christian and St. Francis all must be road warriors. Considering that, another 3-1 day for the locals Saturday would be awful impressive.


FOOTBALL: IHSA CLASS 8A FIRST ROUND – STEVENSON 35, STC EAST 7

By JAY SCHWAB jschwab@shawmedia.com

probably got another five or six third downs – third-and-6, third-and-8,” Fields said. “Those wideouts are pretty darn good, and that quarterback doesn’t have to be perfect. He can just throw it up there, and they’ll go get it.” East (6-4) trailed, 21-0, late in the second quarter before visiting the red zone twice in the final minutes of the half, coming up empty both times. On the first occasion, Morrissey – a Michigan State recruit and the son of former Bears linebacker Jim Morrissey – edged in front of Saints receiver Brannon Barry to intercept a Jimmy Mitchell pass at the Patriots’ 1-yard line. “I think it was just a crossing route – a lot of teams run that on the goal line,” Morrissey said. “Saw that, read it pretty well, and I made the play on it.”

FOOTBALL: IHSA CLASS 3A FIRST ROUND – A. CHRISTIAN 24, IC CATHOLIC 3

The Chronicle caps the girls tennis season with our all-area package, including a girls tennis player of the year and all-area team. Batavia, Geneva and Kaneland were all well-represented at the state meet.

Wednesday Coverage of Tuesday’s IHSA Class 4A Geneva Girls Volleyball Sectional doubleheader. Geneva faces top-seeded Glenbard West in the first semifinal and St. Charles East takes on St. Charles North in the nightcap, with the winners to meet in Thursday’s sectional final.

Friday Extensive preview coverage of the second round of the state football playoffs for remaining area teams.

PREP SCHEDULE TUESDAY Girls volleyball: Geneva vs. Glenbard West at 4A Geneva Sectional, 6 p.m.; St. Charles East vs. St. Charles North at 4A Geneva Sectional, 7 p.m.; St. Francis vs. Joliet Catholic at 3A Coal City Sectional, 7 p.m.; Burlington Central vs. Lakes at 3A Burlington Central Sectional, 7 p.m. Boys soccer: Supersectionals

astic t n a F Walgren, Aurora Christian turn tables Fall Savings By DENNIS D. JACOBS

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ELMHURST – Brandon Walgren picked a good time to have the game of his life. The Aurora Christian senior threw a touchdown pass, returned an interception for a touchdown and had three key tackles for losses from his safety position in the Eagles’ 24-3 victory over IC Catholic Prep on Saturday in a firstround, Class 3A playoff game at Lewis Field. “It’ll go down as one of the great performances in Aurora Christian history by one player,” Aurora Christian coach Don Beebe said. “What can you say? He ran the ball well, he caught the ball well, he threw the ball well, and he tackled well. I mean, this kid was all over the field.” Walgren was in the right place at the right time to make the single biggest play of the game early in the third quarter. Trailing 10-3, the Knights (6-4) took the opening kickoff of the second half and drove inside the Aurora Christian

5-yard line. On third-and-goal at the 3, Walgren tackled Randy Leslie in the backfield for a loss of 3. IC Catholic coach Bill Krefft elected to go for it on fourth down, but Walgren intercepted Jack Copher’s pass and returned it 97 yards for a touchdown. “They were fourth-andgoal, and I was expecting the pass,” Walgren said. “It came, and I was right there. I just ran it and just went [the distance].” Instead of potentially tying the game at 10, the Knights suddenly found themselves in a two-touchdown hole. “That was the play of the game,” Beebe said. “That was a big one because they were driving. They were going to make it a pretty good game, and who knows then?” Junior Austin Bray returned to start at quarterback for the Eagles (7-3) after missing three-plus games because of injuries. He looked a little rusty early, hitting on just two of his first five passes for five yards and throwing an interception. So Beebe decided to shake

things up in the second quarter by going to the Wildcat formation with Walgren taking the snaps. Walgren ran for a short gain on a first-down play, then on second down he appeared to be looking to run again, but instead dropped back and hit Noah Hagerty down the left sideline for a 74-yard touchdown. “Basically, I just go out to the corner and kind of lull them to sleep and then go right by them,” Hagerty said. “He just throws it up. That was our new Wildcat formation. We just introduced it this week.” Hagerty also caught a 25yard touchdown pass from Bray early in the fourth quarter to seal the victory, which avenged a 48-6 loss three weeks earlier on the same field, when the Eagles were missing a host of starters because of an injury. “This is a situation that I’ve never experienced before as a coach or as a player with all these injuries, not knowing who‘s going,” Beebe said. “It’s just chaos in practice.”

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LINCOLNSHIRE – St. Charles East football coach Mike Fields made what he considered to be a cut-anddried decision, declining a penalty to give Stevenson a third-and-9 rather than make it second-and-14. “I don’t know a coach in the country that wouldn’t take third-and-9, and then they hit it for a first down,” Fields said. “That was the story of the game. It just kind of epitomizes the game today. “We had guys in position to make great plays, and their guys made them, and we didn’t, and so they’ll move on. I wish them nothing but the best. They’re a good football team.” After playing stout defense on most first and second downs, the Saints’ defense

struggled to finish out series throughout Saturday’s 35-7 Stevenson win in the first round of the IHSA Class 8A playoffs. The sixth-seeded Patriots (8-2) seemed to hit another gear when they needed conversions to remain on the field. “They were very good receivers,” East senior cornerback Scott Robak said. “I give my hat’s off to them. Could have, would have, should have. They were a very good team.” Patriots quarterback Willie Bourbon made a habit of saving his best moments for third and fourth downs, with plenty of help from a skillful wide receiving corps led by Cameron Green and Matt Morrissey. “I think they got three fourth-down conversions [in the first half], and I think they

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STC East stung by Stevenson

LOOKING FORWARD: THE WEEK AHEAD IN KANE COUNTY CHRONICLE SPORTS


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Real Life Adventures

DEAR ABBY Jeanne Phillips entered the service one jump ahead of the law – give him marks for honesty in admitting his reason for entering the military was less than patriotic. But please don’t stop offering thanks. What you experienced was some bad beginner’s luck, but each time you express your gratitude, the odds will improve. Dear Abby: A little over a year ago, my husband and I were pulled over after a day on our boat. We had been drinking. My husband was charged with a DUI, went through everything that was required and decided to stop drinking. I am very proud of him. Going to AA meetings has kept him strong, and he has become a better person. I, on the other hand, like to relax with a beer once in a while, but if I do, I feel guilty. My husband says it’s OK, but I feel it might tempt him. Am I doomed not to be able to drink anymore to support his sobriety, or can I have a beer once in a while and hope he has learned to cope? Is having an occasional beer selfish? – Needs A Drink In New York Dear Needs A Drink: When someone describes not imbibing alcohol as being “doomed” and signs off as “needs a drink,” I suspect that the individual may be alcohol-dependent to some degree. If there is any chance that your sober husband might crave alcohol if he sees you having a beer, then do it when you’re not in his presence. I call that being considerate and “sacrificing” for the greater good. • Write Dear Abby at www.dearabby.com.

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Dear Abby: Recently, I took a cue from my sister and her career Navy husband. They always make it a point to thank anyone they see in military uniform for his or her service and sacrifice. I am somewhat shy by nature. But I am so thankful to these men and women who fight for our continued freedom that I stepped out of my comfort zone to verbalize my feelings and encourage those who cross my path. Abby, the first and second thank-yous I offered did not go well. The first gentleman I spoke to gave me a scornful look and proceeded to tell me I should be thankful for ALL military personnel – not just him – and especially those who gave the ultimate sacrifice of their lives. I felt 3 inches tall and very embarrassed, but I chalked it up to perhaps having said thanks the wrong way, so I tried again. This time I thanked a World War II veteran. I recognized him as a vet by the emblem on the bill of the cap he was wearing. His response was, “Didn’t have a choice – it was the draft or jail.” Maybe I’m not cut out for verbalizing my thankfulness, or maybe I’m doing it wrong. Now my shyness has taken over again. Should I silently offer a prayer of thanks instead? – Twice Bitten In Washington Dear Twice Bitten: The first person you spoke to may have lost some friends recently, which is why he spoke to you the way he did. Your response to the service member’s statement should have been: “Of course you are right. And I AM grateful. But you are here, which is why I’m expressing my thanks to YOU.” Period. As to the WWII vet who

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P.G. Wodehouse, my favorite author, said, “Golf, like measles, should be caught young.” He could have also added bridge to that sentence. And sometimes when you have the opponents caught, do not let them escape – double and extract a penalty. One aspect of that will be my theme this week. Opener bids one of a suit and the next player doubles. What does responder’s redouble mean? He promises at least 10 highcard points and denies four-card or better support if partner opened in a major, and denies five-card or better support if partner bid a minor. After this redouble, the simplest rule is that either the opening side plays the contract or the intervening side plays in something doubled – as in today’s deal. When South doubles, West should smell blood. He redoubles, planning to double anything the opponents try. Here, maybe North should immediately bid one no-trump as he does not have four cards in an unbid suit. But one no-trump doubled can cost 1,100. Against two clubs doubled, West leads the spade queen, then shifts to the diamond 10. East wins that trick and switches to a trump, ducked to West. He leads another diamond and East returns his second trump. West wins and plays a third diamond, East taking the trick and switching to the heart eight. West wins and now has a hard play to find. If he leads a trump into South’s ace-queen, the penalty is also 1,100. Anything else and declarer escapes for “only” 800.


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PRE-OWNED ANDERSON BMW

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815/385-2100

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KNAUZ CONTINENTAL AUTOS

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ANDERSON MAZDA

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BARRINGTON VOLVO MOTOR WERKS SAAB

200 N. Cook Street • Barrington, IL

800/935-5393 www.motorwerks.com

300 N. Hough (Rt. 59) • Barrington, IL

847/381-9400


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