Schwab: Aurora Central Catholic QB’s big day unlikely to be norm
Nice job in the opener, QB. Just don’t get used to piling up splashy numbers like that.
That’s the basic message from Aurora Central Catholic football coach Brian Casey, who was enthused with quarterback Kyle Clechenko’s play in Friday’s season-opening win against Rockford Lutheran, but doesn’t want his quarterback to carry so much of the load as the Chargers move forward.
Clechenko, who transferred from St. Charles North after his freshman year, is in his second year in the Chargers’ program. He had to sit out because of transfer rules as a sophomore, then played running back last year as a junior before switching to quarterback as a senior.
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