Kaneland receiver Max Gagne pursues a fumble in the second quarter of the Knights' season opener with Hinsdale South Aug. 30 in Maple Park.
Kaneland receiver Max Gagne pursues a fumble in the second quarter of the Knights' season opener with Hinsdale South Aug. 30 in Maple Park. — Mary Beth Nolan for Shaw Media

Through Week 2

Rushing

DeKalb – Redmond 47-195-3, Kyler 12-65-0, Medina 8-43-0, Tate 2-15-1, Lacey 1-6-0, Cano 1-(-6)-0

Sycamore – McConkey 29-90-0, Egler 22-80-1, Crofoot 8-45-0, Dominguez 5-33-0, Antos 8-26-0, Etienne 2-13-0

Kaneland – McIntire 34-227-3, Giffney 10-47-2, Smith 12-57-2, Phillips 1-42-1, Hogan 11-56-0, Suggs 1-19-0, Sreenan 1-7-0

Genoa-Kingston – Rice 17-113-3, Stojan 7-82-1, W. Franson 12-62-4, Peters 7-60-1, B. Franson 5-48-0, Bennett 4-31-0, Hardy 8-20-0, Fowler 4-8-0

Hiawatha – Thompson 38-361-6, Kilcullen 5-114-1, Brantley 7-38-1, Sudnerlage 2-4-0, Rubio 4-3-0

Passing

DeKalb – Kyler 16-28-1t-0i-254

Sycamore – McConkey 17-30-0-1-199

Kaneland – Smith 26-37-4-2-420

Genoa-Kingston – Peters 6-8-4-0-159

Hiawatha – Korb 16-23-3-2-270

Receiving

DeKalb – Tate 6-109-1, Siebens 4-66-0, Lacey 2-42-0, Redmond 2-20-0, Gunn 1-15-0, Cano 1-(-4)-0

Sycamore – Crofoot 7-94-0, Burns 4-72-0, Etienne 2-29, Egler 2-9-0, Herrmann 1-6-0, Johnson 1-(-2);

Kaneland – Gagne 8-146-1, David 6-104-0, Diehl 7-97-1, Doll 4-53-0, Carlsen 2-29-2

Genoa-Kingston – Kribs 3-71-1, Franson 1-57-0, Kleba 1-20-1, Stojan 1-1-1

Hiawatha – Kilcullen 9-163-3, Brantley 3-52-0, Thompson 2-48-0, Sunderlage 1-4-0, Rubio 1-3-0