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  • Huntley’s Andrews sets school career scoring record Feb 11, 2015 10:28 PM
    When Samantha Mader was setting the career scoring record for Huntley’s girls basketball program, Ali Andrews was just learning how to dribble a basketball. Eleven years later, Andrews is now the Red Raiders’ all-time leading scorer. Needing just 3 points to break Mader’s career record of 1,655 set in 2004, Andrews first made 1 of 2 free throws, then, with 4:53 left in the first quarter, she stepped back and hit a 3-pointer from the right wing to become Huntley’s career leader. The 6-foot-2 Illinois recruit, still just a junior, went on to score 22 points in leading the Red Raiders to a 45-27 win over McHenry Wednesday night.

  • Huntley outlasts Elgin in double overtime Feb 10, 2015 11:30 PM
    Huntley’s Jack Bessey admitted he was nervous when he lined up to take a pivotal charge on Elgin guard Desmond Douglas in the lane with 4 fouls shortly before the Red Raiders walked out of Chesbrough Field House with a 73-69 double overtime win.

  • Huntley repeats as FVC Valley champ Feb 10, 2015 11:09 PM
    Ali Andrews has never been all about herself. The fact the Huntley junior passed up shot after shot in the fourth quarter Tuesday night while trying to get her teammates involved in the Red Raider offense is just one piece of proof of that. A greater testament to the team-first player Andrews has become is her stat line in the Red Raiders’ 53-33 Fox Valley Conference Valley Division girls basketball title-clinching win over Crystal Lake South at The Swamp in Crystal Lake. The shots Andrews passed up could have tied or broken Samantha Mader’s school career scoring record. Andrews scored a game-high 23 points, leaving her 2 points shy of tying Mader’s record of 1,655.

  • Images: Crystal Lake South vs. Huntley, girls basketball Feb 10, 2015 9:08 PM
    The Crystal Lake South High School girls basketball team hosted Huntley High School on Tuesday, Feb. 10, in Crystal Lake.

  • Depth leads Jacobs to first regional title Feb 7, 2015 7:04 PM
    Jacobs’ win at the Class 3A Rockford East wrestling regional Saturday was truly a team effort. The Golden Eagles had just one individual champion — Cody Ferencz at 120 pounds — but qualified nine wrestlers for sectionals while defeating local favorites Harlem and Hononegah for the team title. Jacobs, in winning the program’s first regional title, tallied 171 ½ points to edge the Huskies (160 ½). Hononegah took third with 157 points.

  • Energetic Orr, Barrington pull away from Huntley Feb 7, 2015 9:11 PM
    Jake Orr is one of those blue-collar guys who will do anything the coach wants and the team needs. So this year, the spunky Barrington point guard went from starter to sixth man without a gripe. It’s worked out pretty well for everybody. “It’s best for the team,” he said Saturday night with a smile, after scoring 4 points and playing the kind of defense that has become Barrington’s trademark this season in a 61-45 nonconference win over a visiting Huntley team that played with an equal amount of energy. Barrington moved to 18-6, and while the Broncos start to focus on Fremd next week in a big Mid-Suburban West matchup, they have their long-term goals too. Orr believes they can go pretty far in the postseason. “We just have to play as a team,” he emphasized.

  • Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Saturday, Feb. 7 Feb 7, 2015 10:33 PM
    Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Saturday, Feb. 7

  • Dundee-Crown takes regional girls bowling title Feb 7, 2015 9:24 PM
    The Dundee-Crown girls bowling team won a regional championship on Saturday, while Jacobs advanced to the next round of the IHSA state tournament series as well.

  • Images: Dundee-Crown vs. Huntley, boys basketball Feb 6, 2015 9:07 PM
    Dundee-Crown High School hosted Huntley for boys basketball action on Friday, Feb. 6 in Carpentersville.

  • Boesch, Cruz carry Huntley by Dundee-Crown Feb 6, 2015 10:48 PM
    Sophomore Jack Bessey and freshman Jadrian Flores are certainly keys to the future success for the Huntley boys basketball program. But it was seniors Connor Boesch and David Cruz who headlined the Red Raiders’ 45-38 win over host Dundee-Crown in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division action in Carpentersville Friday night.

  • Dundee-Crown earns No. 1 regional seed Feb 5, 2015 10:42 PM
    If seeds hold, the Class 4A Rockford Guilford girls basketball sectional will be three-fourths Fox Valley Conference. Dundee-Crown, Crystal Lake South and Huntley were all awarded No. 1 seeds Thursday when the IHSA released the postseason rankings.

  • Wrestling: Scouting Fox Valley area regionals Feb 5, 2015 5:50 PM
    Wrestling: Scouting Fox Valley area regionals

  • Huntley rolls as Andrews closes in on record Feb 4, 2015 10:15 PM
    A long run of sustained success does not have Huntley settling for anything less than its best. Red Raiders coach Steve Raethz did not like what he saw in the first minute of the second half and burned a timeout even though his team was leading the Fox Valley Conference Valley Division girls basketball game by 16 points at McHenry. They also didn’t take lightly seeing their lead cut to 10 late in the third quarter. Huntley proceeded to turn up the defensive pressure and broke away to a 52-33 victory Wednesday night that was its 13th in a row and 18th in its last 19 games.

  • Football: Fox Valley players make commitments Feb 2, 2015 8:49 PM
    Several members of the Daily Herald All-Area Football Team/Fox Valley have finalized their college plans ahead of National Letter of Intent football signing day on Wednesday.

  • Cary-Grove’s Gregoire hits 1,000 mark Jan 31, 2015 11:16 PM
    There did not appear to be anything on the line when Cary-Grove senior Jason Gregoire was fouled with five seconds left in a Fox Valley Conference Valley Division boys basketball game Saturday night at Huntley. The Trojans were just trying to finish off a 45-35 victory thanks to a big night from Gregoire. But it was about to get even bigger for the 6-foot-4 guard as his 2 free throws capped a 25-point performance and pushed him to 1,001 for his career.

  • Mundelein measures up at Conant’s invitational Jan 31, 2015 6:25 PM
    Mundelein took top honors in Saturday’s Conant Cougar Classic, a boys swimming invitational featuring flighted A, B and C heats in each event. Maine South placed second, followed by the hosts Cougars, Jacobs/Hampshire, Downers Grove North and Huntley. Mundelein winners in individual A heats included Duncan Black in the 50-meter free (25.79) and Will Garcia in the 400 free (4:30.80). The Mustangs also had the fastest 200 medley relay.

  • Images: IHSA Cheer Sectional- Dekalb Jan 31, 2015 5:01 PM
    Schools from throughout the Fox Valley competed in Saturday's IHSA Cheer Sectional in DeKalb.

  • Suburban cheerleaders advance to state Jan 31, 2015 10:18 PM
    The cheerleading sectionals in DeKalb and Rolling Meadows were drama-filled competitions on Saturday. Despite some technical difficulties with its soundtrack, South Elgin squeaked into next month's state finals after IHSA judges allowed it to perform a second routine — this time with music. “The trophy goes home with us, not them!” the squad chanted during its routine.

  • Jacobs nails down first FVC title Jan 31, 2015 9:40 PM
    After finding itself on top of the competition at the end of day one of the Fox Valley Conference Tournament on Friday, Jacobs’ wrestling team had one goal in mind: win the FVC for the first time in school history. Despite being one of two Top 10 teams without an individual conference championship, the Golden Eagles had 14 wrestlers battle for a Top 5 spot and needed every one of them to hold off McHenry and win the conference title. Jacobs finished with 208.5 points, 7 ahead of the host school, Saturday afternoon at McHenry.

  • Jacobs in good position to win first FVC crown Jan 30, 2015 10:37 PM
    What a difference a year makes. Last season, a less than sparkling opening day at the Fox Valley Conference wrestling tournament all but erased the hopes for Jacobs of a top four finish. On Friday, things were different for coach Gary Conrads’ club and with the Golden Eagles on the front foot from the opening bout, Jacobs finds itself heading into Saturday’s final day of the conference tournament with an 8-point lead, 105-97 over host McHenry, and 23-more than division rival Cary-Grove (82.0) which enjoyed a solid first day.

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