Once again, West Aurora found a way to win, and this time the Blackhawks did it against crosstown rival East Aurora. The Blackhawks (13-2-1) continued their winning ways at home on Tuesday against the rival Tomcats, earning a 2-1 victory. "I think it was a great day overall for Aurora soccer," Blackhawks coach Joe Sustersic said. "Both teams played a clean game and had to be happy with how well they played even if they were on the other side of the result because it was that kind of game."
When Jose Barrientos began coaching high school soccer in Illinois, Jimmy Carter had just succeeded Gerald Ford as president of the United States, "Star Wars" was being released, Elvis was alive and well and Led Zeppelin was still performing. Indeed, Barrientos has been on the sidelines for a long, long time. He became a member of an exclusive club in boys soccer on Sept. 16 with his 400th victory as Aurora Central Catholic beat Montini 4-3.
Andy Emile said he had never heard of a "pinch-me moment" even though his life at West Aurora is full of them. Emile moved here from the Democratic Republic of the Congo four years ago. This fall, the junior leads the Blackhawks (10-1-1) with 12 goals and has made countless new friends. "Sometimes I look around and see how different it is to play here and to live and go to school here," he said. "Where I come from we didn't have much playing ground and it wasn't as nice.
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Selecting a term
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