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Ryan Scales is the 2014 recipient of the Carson Peele Most Valuable Teammate Award. In 1997, the Hinsdale Central Boys' Basketball Program created the award to honor the memory of a varsity basketball player who died tragically in an automobile accident. The award is given every season to the player who demonstrates the greatest work ethic, the most enthusiasm and the individual who is most willing to place “team” before self. The Carson Peele Award is the program’s highest honor.READ MORE
Congratulations Red Devils' on a great season. Thank you Seniors for your leadership, hard work and dedication. 1 Team, 1 Goal, No Limits - since 1901.
By Blake Baumgartner Chicago Sun-Times
All Ryan Antony could do was pound the scorer’s table in frustration. Nursing a knee injury suffered two nights earlier, and finding himself immersed in a late duel with Hinsdale Central’s Matt Rafferty, Antony’s three-pointer gave his Naperville Central teammates new life with 15 seconds left. But Chase Hamilton answered right back Friday. His rebound and putback of Thomas Ives’ errant three-point attempt as time expired gave the fourth-seeded Red Devils a 53-51 victory, claiming the Class 4A Naperville Central Regional and earning a Tuesday date with top-seeded Benet at East Aurora. “It was all pretty much a blur to me. Ives got a nice, open ... READ MORE
By Jason Rossi My Suburban Life
NAPERVILLE - Thomas Ives didn't dominate the scoresheet, but When Hinsdale Central's boys basketball team needed a boost, he provided it. Ives scored six straight fourth-quarter points for the Red Devils to help lift them to a 63-47 win against Hindale South Tuesday in a semifinal game of the Class 4A Naperville Central regional. "We had a lot of good efforts from a lot of different areas," Central head coach Nick Latorre said. "I thought Thomas Ives played some big minutes for us in the fourth quarter. He had the tip in, he made his free throws, and he was solid with the ball." Matt ... READ MORE