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Huskies’ Playoff Push Ramps Up On Comcast's ‘All In’

New episode show how Naperville North used win streak to bounce back from tough loss.

NAPERVILLE – A heartbreaking, last-second loss could devastate many teams, but Naperville North turned a stunning Week 4 defeat into a launching pad for its playoff push.

The tough finish against Wheaton South, and the three-game win streak that followed it, drive the all-new episode of All In, CN100’s behind-the-scenes sports documentary series, which debuts at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18.

The episode, “Strive and Thrive,” opens with the Huskies suffering a 24-21 loss to Wheaton South as time expired. Players and coaches reflect on the game and the emotions attached to it. The team rebounds by running off three consecutive wins over West Chicago, Glenbard East and West Aurora by a combined score of 121-15.

All In also takes a look at the new age of prep football recruiting. Current college prospects and experts give their perspectives on how technology and other factors have changed how high school players are scouted for the next level.

The show closes with the Huskies preparing for the annual crosstown clash against Naperville Central, a game with huge playoff implications for both schools.

The new episode of All In airs on CN100, The Comcast Network, at 6 p.m. on Oct. 18. 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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