New Episode of 'All in' With Naperville North Airs Thursday on CN100

Naperville North opens 2012 campaign with adversity, inspiration in the new episode of "All In" on CN100, The Comcast Network.

The Season Begins For Huskies on ‘All In’

NAPERVILLE – Naperville North’s 1-2 record to start the 2012 season might not be how the Huskies drew things up, but a deeper look shows the meaning of those games goes far beyond the standings.

The season-opening roller coaster serves as a backdrop for the second episode of All In, CN100’s new, behind-the-scenes sports documentary series, which premieres at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 27.

The episode gives viewers a glimpse at how North used the disappointment of losing to Neuqua Valley on opening night as motivation to pound the ball on the ground in a resounding Week 2 win over Thornton. Those good feelings disappeared in Week 3, as the Huskies were left to regroup after a defeat at the hands of highly ranked Wheaton North.

Head Coach Sean Drendel sits down to talk about the significance of the annual matchup with Wheaton North. He looks back at the 2008 game between two undefeated squads, which came several days after his father passed away. Drendel took to the sidelines that day as the Huskies won on their way to a state championship.

All In also catches up with wide receiver Rob Taylor as he returns to the field after major surgery last year to correct a longstanding hip injury – a recovery that came on the heels of his mother’s battle with cancer.

The new episode of All In airs on CN100, The Comcast Network, at 6 p.m. on Sept. 27. Visit www.cn100.tv for additional air times each week. You can also watch episodes any time with Xfinity On Demand by going to Get Local > CN100>All In.

Want to join the conversation about All In? Find it at Facebook.com/CN100AllIn or Twitter.com/CN100All_In.

CN100 Sports offers a wide variety of prep athletic programming throughout Chicagoland. Learn more about Game of the Week, Battle of the Fans, Sports Weekly and Prep Profile by visiting our website – www.cn100.tv.

For more information about All In, contact Rich Foresman at 847-789-0611.

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