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Next play from scrimmage, though, Smith found a streaking Doll on a deep post for an 80-yard touchdown, and 21-7 lead with 1:56 left in the first quarter.
"I hope that's not our lot in life that we have one good thing happen and two bad," Wicinski said. "The good teams don't do that."
His counterpart found little to complain about Friday.
Kaneland and Geneva had exchanged one-score wins the last two years, Geneva winning in 2017 28-21, but this bore little resemblance to those matchups.
"All three phases of the game, we played lights out," Kaneland coach Pat Ryan said. "We said we had to get better week one to week two, and our offense was much better. Last week, we just missed some plays. We had to get better at pitch and catch, and we did that."