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  • Elizabeth Pagan of Hampshire competes in the long jump during the Fox Valley Conference girls track meet.

    Hampshire, Cary-Grove lead Fox Valley contingent to CharlestonMay 21, 2014 12:00 AM
    Girls high school track is alive and well in the Fox Valley area. This weekend’s girls state track and field finals at O’Brien Stadium on the campus of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston features no shortage of local participants. At the forefront of the pack are representatives from the successful Hampshire and Cary-Grove teams.

     
  • Burlington Central handles HampshireMay 21, 2014 12:00 AM
    Technically, it was a late-season nonconference game, little more than a playoff tuneup. Neither team started its No. 1 pitcher. But it was still Hampshire-Burlington Central, so there was a playoff atmosphere in Hampshire. Central used an 8-run second inning to power its way to the 13-3 win, spoiling Hampshire’s senior day festivities.

     
  • Jacobs takes second at FVC meetMay 20, 2014 12:00 AM
    Kallash Panchapakesan won the No. 1 singles championship and Kendrick Chong finished second at No. 2 singles Tuesday to lead Jacobs to a second-place finish at the Fox Valley Conference boys tennis tournament.

     
  • Softball: Fox Valley roundup Tuesday, May 20May 20, 2014 12:00 AM
    Grayslake North 2, Hampshire 0: The Whip-Purs were unable to secure the Fox Valley Conference Fox Division title outright as they fell to Grayslake North, leaving them in a first-place tie with Grayslake Central. Sara Finn, Aly Snider and Becca Hurst had the only hits in the loss for Hampshire (19-12, 10-2). Haley Widmayer (17-10) didn’t allow an earned run, gave up just 4 hits and had 8 strikeouts with 3 walks in suffering the loss.

     
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    Believe it — Hampshire a conference softball championMay 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    When Stacey Stepek took over as Hampshire’s head softball coach last season, she made it clear one of her top goals was to bring a winning attitude to a program that had struggled over the years to be a consistent winner. Consider Monday a huge step in that direction. Junior Haley Widmayer fired a 2-hitter and the Whip-Purs made 4 first-inning runs stand up in a 4-1 win at Crystal Lake Central that clinched Hampshire’s first conference championship in softball since the 1981 team shared the title in the now-defunct Big Eight Conference.

     
  • Baseball: Fox Valley roundup Monday, May 19May 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Ryan Sargent tossed a 5-hitter with 4 walks and 4 strikeouts, and Tim Hubner, Matt Kozlak and Brenden Heiss each drove in runs as the Jacobs baseball team defeated Cary-Grove 3-1 on Monday. The victory kept Jacobs (20-11, 13-4), which has never won a title in the Fox Valley Conference, tied for first place in the Valley Division with Huntley with 2 games remaining.

     
  • Softball: Fox Valley roundup Monday, May 19May 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Huntley, Cary-Grove split: After taking a 3-1 loss to start the day thanks to a rain-shortened makeup, the Red Raiders (17-14, 7-5) rebounded and won 6-2 to close out the day in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division action.

     
  • Images from the Hampshire High School graduation Saturday, May 17th.

    Images: Hampshire High School graduation.May 17, 2014 12:00 AM
    Hampshire High School held their graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 17 at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates.

     
  • Baseball: Fox Valley roundup Saturday, May 17May 17, 2014 12:00 AM
    South Elgin’s push for a title in the Upstate Eight Conference’s Valley Division was dealt a blow Saturday with a pair of 1-run losses at West Chicago. The Storm entered the doubleheader trailing division-leading Waubonsie Valley by a game in the loss column, but they dropped the opener 6-5 when the Wildcats rallied for 3 runs in the bottom of the sixth against reliever Austin Sayre. Nick Menken had the only multihit game for the Storm.

     
  • Jacobs’ Heather Hoffmann falls to the turf after colliding with Dundee-Crown’s Franki Scarpelli.

    Girls soccer: Scouting the Fox Valley postseasonMay 17, 2014 12:00 AM
    Scouting the girls soccer postseason in the Fox Valley.

     
  • Baseball: Fox Valley roundup Friday, May 16May 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    Fox Valley baseball roundup for Friday, May 16.

     
  • Grayslake North’s Booker streaks past FVC fieldMay 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    If you blinked you missed Grayslake North standout sprinter Titus Booker. Booker sprinted past the field at Friday night’s Fox Valley Conference meet held at Crystal Lake Central, winning the 100 meters in 11.06 and the 200 in a clocking of 22.20. “I just ran with my heart tonight and it worked out very well,” said the talented Knights junior. “I knew it would be good competition tonight so I trained hard. I feel very confident going into the sectionals next week.” McHenry, led by junior distance standout Jesse Reiser, claimed the conference championship with a score of 103.50.

     
  • No charges after investigation of possible teacher-student relationshipMay 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    No charges will be filed in the investigation into a possible improper student-teacher relationship at Hampshire High School, police announced Friday. Authorities had obtained search warrants for the smartphones of an 18-year-old male student and a 23-year-old teacher.

     
  • Bartlett’s Trevor Svetic connects with a pitch from South Elgin’s Ryan Weiss earlier this season.

    Little change to Fox Valley postseasonMay 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    New location, same teams. The Class 4A baseball sectional held last season at Huntley shifts to McHenry this year, but little else has changed. Three of the four regionals within the sectional complex contain the same five teams and the fourth has only one lineup alteration, according to pairings released this week.

     
  • Girls soccer: Fox Valley roundup Thursday, May 15May 15, 2014 12:00 AM
    Fox Valley girls soccer roundup for Thursday, May 15.

     
  • Alejandro Molina Hoyos of Pingree Grove leads the student advisory committee of the Illinois Board of Higher Education and was an honors student at Elgin Community College.

    Pingree Grove immigrant learns to excel at ECCMay 15, 2014 12:00 AM
    Alejandro Molina Hoyos' family fled violence and turmoil in their native Colombia more than a decade ago to start over in the United States. Despite the many challenges he's faced since, Alejandro's hard work and perseverance have made him a respected leader among his peers. “My goal is to have the ability to give someone the same experience I had, have someone really enjoy their time in college and really develop themselves professionally."

     
  • Hampshire wins sectional titleMay 15, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Hampshire girls track team won the program’s first sectional championship Thursday night, scoring 101 points to nab the Class 2A crown at Woodstock. Grayslake Central was second with 72 points.

     
  • Hampshire’s Haley Widmayer holds her head as the team walks to shake hands with Crystal Lake Central after losing Wednesday in Hampshire.

    Hampshire can’t lock down FVC Fox just yetMay 14, 2014 12:00 AM
    Hampshire’s softball team was perfect on the year in the Fox Valley Conference Fox Division, and on its way to the program’s first conference title in 33 years, but could not come up with the key hit on Wednesday and fell 5-1 to division foe Crystal Lake Central at Hampshire.

     
  • Baseball: Fox Valley roundup Wednesday, May 14May 14, 2014 12:00 AM
    Michigan recruit Ryan Nutof had it going Wednesday afternoon, with his arm and his bat. The South Elgin senior pitched a complete-game 3-hitter with 12 strikeouts and drove in the game’s only run in the top of the eighth inning as the Storm escaped Metea Valley with a 1-0 Upstate Eight Valley win.

     
  • Controlling out of control games no easy task for any coachMay 14, 2014 12:00 AM
    What’s a coach to do? Your team is ahead of the opponent, say, 12-0 after two innings. You know if your team keeps playing it straight at it might be 20-0, or worse, by the time the fifth inning rolls around and the slaughter rule takes effect. So what’s a coach to do? Some will say tough, that’s the way it is, and do nothing except let the game play out. Others will have runners leave early, or bunt back to the pitcher, or have their hitters intentionally swing at bad pitches — anything to get it over quicker and not embarrass the other team.

     
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