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  • Huntley rolls over Jacobs for 11th straight win Jan 24, 2015 11:22 PM
    Jacobs girls basketball coach Joe Benoit threw every defensive set he had in his bag of tricks at Huntley forward Ali Andrews on Saturday. As it turned out, all the fronting, traps and double teams dedicated to the 6-foot 2 forward still wasn’t enough in Huntley’s 58-34 Fox Valley Conference Valley Division home win over the Golden Eagles.

  • Dual perfection for Huntley, Vernon Hills at D-C Jan 24, 2015 8:25 PM
    It was a very successful outing for at least two wrestling teams Saturday at the Dundee-Crown megaduals. Both Huntley (15-10), and Vernon Hills (21-7) went 3-0 in the triple-dual meet which featured seven squads from a wide variety of conferences and counties.

  • Jacobs handles Huntley as Orange eclipses 1,000 Jan 23, 2015 10:33 PM
    After falling just short in his previous game, it took Chrishawn Orange less than 2 minutes to eclipse the 1,000-point mark Friday. The 6-foot-2 Jacobs senior scored on a layup off a feed from Kenton Mack to reach the mark early in the Golden Eagles’ 58-39 Fox Valley Conference Valley Division boys basketball win against Huntley at the Eagles’ Nest.

  • It’s all coming together for Huntley Jan 22, 2015 9:48 AM
    What the Huntley boys basketball team is doing off the court is starting to carry over to success on the court. After a 1-7 start the Red Raiders have now gone 6-4 in their last 10 games following a 41-27 win over visiting McHenry in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division action on Wednesday night.

  • Winning night for Huntley’s seniors Jan 22, 2015 10:33 PM
    It was a night of mixed emotions for Huntley senior 152-pounder Brandon Meyer. Yes, the four-year varsity performer celebrated Senior Night with a pin of Crystal Lake South’s Justin Kattner in 2:36 but Meyer was saddened that it was his last meet before the Huntley wrestling faithful. Meyer’s effort propelled the Red Raiders to a 45-22 win over the visiting Gators in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division action in Huntley Thursday.

  • Streamwood, basketball will miss retiring Prose’s presence Jan 22, 2015 10:20 PM
    There are some constants you just know you’re always going to see when you walk into a gym. At Streamwood, one of those is assistant girls basketball coach Carl Prose.

  • Freshmen making their mark in Fox Valley Jan 22, 2015 1:31 PM
    A varsity basketball coach’s decision to play freshmen has its pros and cons. Sometimes a coach’s hand is willfully forced by the sheer athleticism or size of an incoming freshman. For example, anyone in the Fox Valley area who last year witnessed the play of 6-foot-5 Larkin forward Christian Negron, 6-8 Jacobs center Cameron Krutwig or Hampshire 6-3 forward Brennen Woods as freshmen understood those players belonged in their respective lineups from a physical standpoint.

  • Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Monday, Jan. 19 Jan 20, 2015 1:01 AM
    Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Monday, Jan. 19

  • Huntley, Andrews beat Stevenson at the buzzer Jan 19, 2015 7:09 PM
    Stevenson forced Huntley junior Ali Andrews to do something not many teams make the talented Red Raiders standout do Monday and Andrews was more than up to the challenge. The 6-foot-2 Illinois recruit usually dominates the paint but the Patriots concentrated their interior defense on Andrews in the second half, pushing her to the perimeter. Not only did Andrews respond to the challenge, she did so in game-winning fashion, and with Illinois associate head coach Mike Divilbiss looking on. With the game tied 48-48 and 5.2 seconds to play, Andrews took an inbounds pass from teammate Madeline Moffett, took the basketball down the right sideline, then pulled up and banked in a 14-footer at the buzzer to give the Red Raiders a dramatic 50-48 win in the semifinals of the DeKalb MLK girls basketball tournament at Chuck Dayton Gymnasium.

  • Huntley claims DeKalb tourney crown Jan 19, 2015 9:41 PM
    You’d be hard-pressed to find a better confidence builder than the one the Huntley girls basketball team found on Monday. Or, better yet, the two the Red Raiders found. With little time to rest after a scintillating buzzer-beating win over Stevenson in the semifinals, the Red Raiders again used the fourth quarter heroics of junior standout Ali Andrews to help defeat Rockford Boylan, 48-43, in the championship game of the DeKalb MLK tournament at Chuck Dayton Gymnasium.

  • St. Charles East sets winning college pace Jan 17, 2015 9:27 PM
    From early morning to mid-afternoon on Saturday, none of the boys swimming teams at the St. Charles East College Events Invitational were able to keep pace with the host Saints. The morning started well, with Andrew Lewarchick and Max Thompson going one-two in the diving and the Saints opened the swimming portion of the meet with victory in the 400-yard medley relay and cruised to a 455-329 victory over Highland Park in a six-team meet.

  • Marmion stands out at Stevenson Jan 17, 2015 8:21 PM
    One day after surviving the likes of state powers Montini Catholic and Washington plus a national heavyweight Clovis, Calif., Marmion Academy showed its mettle against a trio of star-studded closer-to-home opponents by sweeping all three wrestling matches Saturday afternoon at Stevenson.

  • Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Saturday, Jan. 17 Jan 17, 2015 11:53 PM
    Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Saturday, Jan. 17

  • Wauconda hosts Future Business Leaders conference Jan 17, 2015 6:21 PM
    More than 700 students participated in Saturday’s Future Business Leaders of America Northern Area Conference in Wauconda. Wauconda High School hosted the event which also saw more than 300 business community members involved in judging competitions, presenting workshops or volunteering.

  • Huntley grinds out win over Cary-Grove Jan 16, 2015 10:38 PM
    After a lethargic first half that produced only 12 points, 2 in the second quarter, Huntley girls basketball coach Steve Raethz was seeking a more inspired effort to start the second half. The Red Raiders heeded their coach’s words. Trailing 17-12 at halftime, the Red Raiders outscored Cary-Grove 17-7 in the third quarter and went on to a hard-fought 36-30 win in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division play in Huntley Friday night.

  • Burlington Central ready for prime time Jan 15, 2015 10:18 PM
    In 2014, Burlington Central’s girls basketball team got its first taste of the prime time when the Rockets played Fremd at the McDonald’s Shootout. On Saturday, BC steps into the spotlight again and the Rockets are hoping for a better showing than last year, when they lost to Duke recruit Haley Gorecki and Fremd 55-35.

  • Shoemaker’s fortitude lifts Jacobs over Huntley Jan 15, 2015 11:17 PM
    The stipulation read that if the Jacobs wrestling team locked in a win or was too far behind prior to its final match against rival Huntley, 220-pound Carson Shoemaker was going to take a back seat for health precautions. Shoemaker’s skin infection wasn’t a major concern heading into Thursday’s night’s dual as it cleared up prior to the meet but it did provide some hesitation. A doctor’s note however gave the Golden Eagles a major fail-safe and when Shoemaker’s name was called to defend Jacobs’ 36-28 Fox Valley Conference win in the nightcap after the Red Raiders made it close, the senior didn’t hesitate.

  • Andresen likes the progress D300 co-op is making Jan 14, 2015 9:48 PM
    While the District 300 (Dundee-Crown, Hampshire, Jacobs) boys swimming team didn’t register a victory in a recent meet against the District 155 co-op team, coach Rick Andresen saw plenty of progress that has him optimistic about what lies ahead. “We had a good meet,” he said. “We saw a lot of encouraging things and we saw some things that need work. We are getting better, but we need to tighten some things. The times we swam were very respectable. We had nice time drops in some events. All of the hard work we did during the holiday break might be paying off. I’m pleased overall, especially with the improvement of our younger kids.”

  • Larkin looking to rebound vs. St. Charles East Jan 14, 2015 10:16 PM
    The Larkin boys basketball team must perform better than it did in two recent losses if the two-time defending Upstate Eight River champions intend to compete with league-leading St. Charles East on Friday. Larkin (12-6, 4-3) visits St. Charles East (14-1, 6-0) at 7:15 p.m. The Saints won the first meeting between the teams in Elgin on Dec. 5, 62-54, led by 20 points from point guard Cole Gentry, 14 points from 6-foot-5 forward Michael Vyzral and 12 points by 6-2 senior guard Jake Asquini.

  • Huntley cruises past Crystal Lake South Jan 13, 2015 10:59 PM
    Holding unbeaten records in the Fox Valley Conference Valley Division girls basketball standings, Tuesday night’s matchup between Huntley and Crystal Lake South figured to be closely contested and played at a high intensity. The classic confrontation never materialized. Spearheaded by a 12-0 run to end the first half, Huntley was able to cruise past South 46-29 in division action in Huntley Tuesday night.

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