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  • Burlington Central grabs first win Sep 12, 2014 11:09 PM
    The Burlington Central Rockets probably didn’t notice the cold that much. They picked up their first win of the year by beating previously undefeated North Boone, 29-0, on cold, rainy Rocket Hill Friday night. Trevor Davison and Jason Berango each rushed for more than 100 yards and scored 2 touchdowns and the Rocket defense was dominant in the Big Northern East opener for both teams.

     
  • Daily Herald Prep Excellence award winners May 4, 2014 8:29 PM
    The Daily Herald's Prep Sports Excellence event Sunday at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates provided a platform to recognize some amazing achievements from the finest high school athletes and coaches. Here are our winners in the categories of dazzling moment, overcoming obstacles, sportsmanship and spirit.

     
  • Images: Team Dance Illinois’ Grand Championship Mar 3, 2014 6:21 PM
    Team Dance Illinois' Grand Championship was held Sunday, March 2 at the Peoria Civic Center. The event showcases Illinois’ best dance, pom, drill and guard teams competing throughout the event.

     
  • Burlington Central squeaks past N. Boone Jan 23, 2014 10:49 PM
    It wasn’t exactly Pack the Place, but the relatively few hardy souls who turned out on Rocket Hill on a frigid weeknight saw a pretty entertaining basketball game. In the end, Burlington Central held off North Boone, 72-70, in a Big Northern East boys thriller.

     
  • Burlington Central preparing to leave Big Northern Nov 18, 2013 10:57 PM
    Burlington Central intends to leave the Big Northern Conference to join a new league, and the Rockets have company. Under a proposal presented to the District 301 school board by Burlington Central principal Matthew Haug and athletic director Steve Diversey at Monday’s meeting, the school would withdraw from the Big Northern Conference’s East Division following the 2014-15 school year along with Marengo, Harvard and Genoa-Kingston, all original members of the BNC, founded in 1991.

     
  • Burlington Central finishes with a win Oct 26, 2013 10:07 AM
    The season ended too soon for Burlington Central. The Rockets ended the year on a roll, winning 3 of their last 4 after knocking North Boone out of playoff contention with a 28-14 victory Friday night. Both teams finished 4-5 and 3-3 in the Big Northern East.

     
  • Burlington Central falls to North Boone Oct 20, 2012 12:16 AM
    Tyler Majewski's perfect touchdown pass to Joe Breeden with time winding down was the perfect type of ending football players dream of Friday night at Burlington Central's Rocket Hill.These were two seniors playing in a game where a Big Northern East title and playoff berth was at stake before a big home crowd. Majewski lofted the ball over a couple of North Boone defenders and Breeden raced under it on the left sideline and took it into the end zone from 22 yards with 1:10 to play.Unfortunately for the Rockets, all the late touchdown did was prevent a shutout as they are most likely going to be left out of the 256-team playoff field when it is announced tonight. Senior quarterback-safety Austin Baden led a perfect first-half storm where North Boone did all of its scoring to win the division title outright with a 36-7 victory.

     
  • Big Northern East still goes through Richmond Aug 23, 2012 9:23 PM
    When is a question more like an answer? When the question pertains to Richmond-Burton's ability to reload and still challenge for the Big Northern Conference's East Division title. Entering last season it seemed as though the Rockets' run of back-to-back division titles was in jeopardy. They opened the campaign with new players at 17 of 22 positions following an 11-1 finish in 2010. They were vulnerable, right?

     
  • Images: Daily Herald prep photos of the week May 22, 2012 1:00 AM
    The Prep Photos of the Week gallery includes the best high school sports pictures by Daily Herald photographers. This week's gallery features photos from track, baseball, softball, tennis and soccer.

     
  • Burlington Central notches 6th win Oct 15, 2011 12:19 AM
    Rich Crabel not only urged his Burlington Central football team all week to get that all important sixth ‘W’, the Rockets’ coach suggested that they get a ‘C’ as well. “Our kids were looking to make a statement tonight. Our theme all week was ‘we get this one, we get that ‘C’ next to our name, and it says clinch,” Crabel said after the Rockets’ Big Northern East affair Friday night at Rocket Hill. Not only did they get that “C”, they did so in grand fashion. For the first time since 2007, the Rockets are playoff bound after stomping on North Boone, 49-7.

     
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  • Who’s competing Mar 6, 2011 6:46 AM
    Who will be competing in the Team Dance Illinois championships on Sunday in Peoria.

     
  • Suburban high schools flock to TeamDance championships in Peoria Mar 6, 2011 7:48 PM
    Poms, flag teams and dancers from more than 100 high schools throughout Illinois are converging on the Peoria Civic Center today for one of prep sports' most colorful state championships. But if you think “best in poms” means a traditional halftime routine, think again. Just the name of the sanctioning organization — TeamDance Illinois — reflects the trend. In all, more than 2,000 students will be competing, as they showcase the best dance, flag and poms routines from throughout the state.

     
  • Hampshire wins 37th straight in BN-East Jan 29, 2011 8:53 PM
    There wasn’t a whole lot that Hampshire did wrong against North Boone on Saturday. The Whips jumped out to 28-9 by the end of the first quarter and forced North Boone into 17 first-half turnovers. Hampshire had all 5 starters score in the first quarter with even ball distribution. But the most impressive stat of the night was Hampshire’s overall team defense, which limited North Boone (8-12, 3-5) to just 10 shot attempts in the first half. The lack of shots allowed Hampshire to cruise to a 75-29 Big Northern Conference East victory, the Whips’ 37th straight win in the league. “Our defense really stepped up tonight,” Hampshire guard Jessie Van Dorin said. “We played really well tonight. We really played as a team.” The team concept worked perfectly for the Whips (22-2, 8-0). Van Dorin had 18 points off six 3-pointers to lead all players, Karla Vietinghoff tallied 17 points, Alex Dumoulin added 12 and Michelle Dumoulin chipped in 8. Grace Jakubowski scored 5 points, but finished with 8 assists and 5 steals, while Jennifer Dumoulin scored 8 points off the bench. “We talk about equal opportunity and taking shots from where we are shooting well,” Hampshire coach Ed Haugens said. “It’s not like we’re setting up any one player to score. The girls are seeing each other better. They’re not just looking for the strong side players, they’re looking for the weak side.” Vietinghoff was a recipient of the weakside ball movement. The senior forward opened the game up going 3 of 3 in the first quarter, including draining a pair of 3-pointers coming off a weakside screen. “My teammates were helping me out,” said Vietinghoff, who also added 5 steals and 2 assists in the win. “We’re looking for each other more.” Hampshire finished with 19 assists on its 30 shots, with 7 players recording at least 1 assist. Hampshire’s patience showed as it shot 61.1 percent (11 of 18) from the floor in the first quarter. Michelle Dumoulin (3 steals, 2 assists) connected on all 3 of her shot attempts in the first period. Alex Dumoulin scored 8 points in the second quarter as Hampshire outscored North Boone 20-6 in the period. The Vikings did not get a shot attempt off until there was 3 minutes, 7 seconds left in the quarter. Hampshire was leading 41-11 before North Boone connected on its first basket of the second quarter to cut the lead to 41-13 with 2:30 left in the first half. Ashlea Ekberg and Megan Johnson finished with 6 points apiece to lead North Boone, while Elisa Wood added 6 rebounds for Hampshire.

     
  • Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup Jan 25, 2011 10:15 PM
    The battle of the Big Northern East unbeatens went to the three-time defending champs Tuesday night as Hampshire hit the road for Richmond-Burton and came home with a 51-42 win. The Whip-Purs (20-2, 7-0) established the 9-point lead by halftime and then held it through the second half. Karla Vietinghoff led the way for Hampshire with 16 points, with Alex Dumoulin adding 15. St. Edward 67, Wheaton Academy 42: St. Edward fell behind 18-15 after one quarter but came back to outscore Wheaton Academy 52-24 the rest of the way and post a 67-42 nonconference win at home, the Green Wave’s fourth straight win. Calliie Johnson led the Wave (16-5) with 21 points and Alex Lee came off the bench to add 12 in her second game back from injury. Paige Gannon had 14 points for St. Edward and Maddie Kerr 8. Burlington Central 50, North Boone 38: The Rockets (10-12, 4-3) got balanced scoring as Brenda Thasavong had 12 points, Alli Settanni 11 and Jessica Laird 9 in this Big Northern East win at home.

     
  • Hampshire rolls over North Boone Jan 11, 2011 10:35 PM
    Hampshire worked its inside-outside game to near perfection Tuesday. Pat Azizi, with 19 points, took care of the outside part, while Tyler Watzlawick, with 18 points and 13 rebounds, handled the inside duties. Together, they led the Whip-Purs in a 74-38 romp over North Boone in Big Northern East boys basketball action in Poplar Grove. Tyler Crater added 12 points, Shane Hernandez had 9 points and 6 boards, and Chris West added 6 points off the bench for Hampshire (11-4, 4-0). North Boone didn’t play nearly as badly as the score indicated, but the Vikings couldn’t buy a bucket. And when big man Tim Huber got in early foul trouble, Watzlawick was able to run rampant in the paint. “We stuck to our game plan and we executed it,” said Hampshire coach Bob Barnett, whose team invades rival Burlington Central’s gym on Saturday. “That’s our inside-out, high-low stuff. Our assistant coach has been watching Kansas tapes for 2 years waiting for this group, and we put it in over the summer.” Hampshire broke open a close game with an 11-2 run beginning with the last basket of the first quarter and covering most of the second. The Whips put the game completely out of reach with an 11-0 burst in the third period. Azizi had 11 points and Watzlawick 8 in the period. Azizi nailed five 3-pointers, while Watzlawick scored down low and was a perfect 6-for-6 from the free-throw line. The Whips were 16-for-19 from the line. Watzlawick also led the way as the Whip-Purs held a 35-18 rebounding advantage. Kyle Koepp led North Boone with 9 points, but the Vikings couldn’t sustain anything offensively. They shot just 26 percent in the first half while falling behind by 14 points.

     
  • Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup Jan 7, 2011 11:45 PM
    Burlington Central 59, Harvard 34: Alli Settanni scored 18 points and Brenda Thasavong added 15 to lead the Rockets (9-9, 3-1) to a Big Northern East win. Camille Dela Cruz added 11 points for BC, Sarah Nelson had 8 and Jess Laird 7. Hampshire 49, North Boone 25: Hampshire (14-1, 2-0) won for the 31st straight time in the Big Northern East. Alex Dumoulin led the balanced Whip-Purs with 11 points, while Karla Vietinghoff added 9 and Michelle Dumoulin and Kendall Walker 7 each. Cary-Grove 60, Jacobs 43: Paige Lincicum had 16 points, Claire Jakubicek 15 and Olivia Jakubicek 12 to lead Cary-Grove (15-3, 4-0) to a Fox Valley Conference Valley Division win at Jacobs. The Trojans, who also got 10 points from Meg Straumann, led 37-14 at halftime. Melanie Schwerdtmann had 19 points and Lauren Grady added 10 for Jacobs (2-14, 1-3). Huntley 62, McHenry 37: Carly Goede scored 21 points and Kadie Lowery added 14 as Huntley (10-4, 4-0) rolled to an easy win over McHenry in the FVC Valley. Dundee-Crown 37, CL South 27: Ali Sanders had 13 points and Carlin Faulkner 12 as the Chargers (5-12, 1-3) used a 17-8 fourth quarter to pull away from Crystal Lake South and win their first FVC Valley game in head coach Michelle Russell’s third year in charge. Brittany Pittas had 14 points to lead the Gators (2-15, 0-4). Rosary 40, St. Edward 37: Rena Ranallo had 16 points but the Green Wave (12-5, 4-2) lost on the road in the Suburban Christian Blue.

     
  • Burlington goes OT for 4th straight Jan 7, 2011 1:00 AM
    As soon as North Boone’s Austin Baden missed a potential game-winning 3-pointer, Burlington Central finally felt comfortable.

     
  • Scouting Burlington Central at North Boone Oct 15, 2010 1:15 AM
    Burlington Central (2-5, 2-1) at North Boone (3-4, 1-2) When: today at 7 p.m. Last year: Burlington Central 20, North Boone 12 Last week: Marengo 24, North Boone 21; Burlington Central 33, Harvard 24 Outlook: The second-place Rockets go for their third straight win in a Big Northern East contest in Poplar Grove. The Central defense will face a potent spread offense, led by sophomore quarterback Austin Baden. Since taking over for the injured Alex Albrecht earlier this season, Baden has completed 58 percent of his passes for over 1,300 yards and 13 touchdowns. He has also rushed for over 300 yards and 5 touchdowns. “He’s pretty good, Rockets coach Aaron Wichman said. “He’s not real big (5-8, 160), but he can definitely throw the ball. His biggest asset is his maneuverability; He’s hard to tackle. When plays break down he can make plays on his own. Last week, the Rockets rushed for big yardage, led by senior offensive linemen Dominick LoPiccolo, Thomas Juns and Brent Sunderlage. They, along with juniors Logan McFarlane, Paxton Cessaroni and senior tight end/tackle Mark Taylor, continue to open holes for senior running backs Brandon Westergaard (587 yards, 5 TD) and Tre Llanes (531 yards, 6 TD). Burlington Central is 4-0 against the Vikings since North Boone joined the BNE in 2006.

     
  • North Boone 28, Burlington C. 27 Oct 15, 2010 11:42 PM
    Everything was set up for a heroic ending for Burlington Central. After the Rockets surrendered 14 straight fourth-quarter points to North Boone, they were poised for a last-second win. Quarterback Ryan Ritchie led the Rockets on a 40-yard drive to the Vikings’ 10 yard line, but fumbled the snap with 40 seconds left, securing a 28-27 victory for North Boone in Big Northern Conference East action in Poplar Grove. “We didn’t make the plays when we needed to and they did, Rockets coach Aaron Wichman said. “In the fourth quarter, when we controlled our own destiny, we couldn’t control the clock. Central (2-6, 2-2) led 27-13 when Brandon Westergaard (22 carries, 106 yards) rushed in for a 1-yard score with 11:40 reaming in the fourth quarter. North Boone (4-4, 2-2) responded by scoring 14 straight points and taking its first lead of the second half. Vikings’ quarterback Austin Baden found Alex Albrecht, who made a surprise return from a broken ankle, on a 13-yard touchdown pass with 8:04 left in the game. A Baden extra point cut Central’s lead to 27-20. The Rockets were then held on a 3-and out and punted. The ensuing Vikings’ possession led to a 4-yard touchdown run from Mitch Mischung. Baden found Jon Albrecht on the 2-point conversion for the 28-27 lead. “We had the momentum going for us, we just couldn’t execute, said BC’s Tre Llanes, who finished with 138 yards and 2 touchdowns. “Our offense came out really strong. The Rockets finished the game with 383 yards on the ground and had 3 players rush for over 100 yards with Ritchie (19 carries 132 yards) joining Llanes and Westergaard. Llanes tied the game up at 13 when he jumped over the pile from a yard out with just 57 seconds left before halftime. Llanes’ scoring play was set up off a 13-play 67-yard scoring drive. Westergaard picked off Baden on the Rockets’ 33 with 6:05 left in the first half. The Rockets then chewed 5 minutes, 8 seconds off the clock by grinding the ball down the field with 13 run plays before Llanes wound up in the end zone. The senior was also responsible for putting the Rockets on the board early in the game after rushing for a 17-yard touchdown with 7:23 left in the first quarter. North Boone answered back with a passing and rushing touchdown from Baden to take a 13-7 lead at the end of the first quarter. Ritchie gave the Rockets a 19-13 lead with a 10-yard scoring run with 8:41 left in the third quarter.

     
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