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Coach Silfies ready to continue Wolves’ football tradition

August 31, 2012

2012 Kane football team.

Change is in the air for the Kane Wolves’ football program. While there may be new coaches, Wolves’ head coach Todd Silfies does not expect any big changes in style of football. The biggest change is the addition of freshmen to the high school football roster. This means that there will be 55 players on the sideline on game nights, a big jump from previous seasons.
Fourteen ninth-graders are on the team this year. According to Silfies, a number of other AML teams also made the same move.

2012 Fall Sports Previews can be purchased at The Kane Republican.

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