Huntley Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Huntley, IL

  • 14 hrs ago | via Daily Herald 

    Jacobs hopes to keep roll going at Dundee-Crown

    Finally nearing 100 percent health and playing of late like the dynamic team they were predicted to be this season, the Golden Eagles enter Wednesday's 7 p.m. Fox Valley Conference Valley Division rivalry matchup riding a 6-game winning streak and brimming with confidence. Jacobs opened the season far from healthy.

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  • 15 hrs ago | via Daily Herald 

    Huntley routs Dundee-Crown for 20th win

    Those words aptly describe Huntley's defensive effort in a 49-26 win over Dundee-Crown in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division girls basketball action in Carpentersville Tuesday night. With Huntley pressuring every pass and shot, D-C could only muster 10 baskets in 40 attempts for 25 percent.

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  • Saturday Jan 24 | via Daily Herald 

    Huntley rolls over Jacobs for 11th straight win

    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.

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  • Friday Jan 23 | via Daily Herald 

    Jacobs handles Huntley as Orange eclipses 1,000

    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.

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  • Thursday Jan 22 | via Daily Herald 

    Streamwood, basketball will miss retiring Prose's pr...

    For the better part of the past 33 years Prose has called Streamwood High School and coach George Rosner's girls basketball program his second home. For the past 13 years, since he retired from his "real" job with International Harvester, you couldn't get to Streamwood early enough to beat Prose, always the first guy there for practice or a game.

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  • Thursday Jan 22 | via Daily Herald 

    It's all coming together for Huntley

    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.

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  • Wednesday Jan 21 | via Daily Herald 

    Freshmen making their mark in Fox Valley

    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.

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  • Monday Jan 19 | via Daily Herald 

    Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Monday, Jan. 19

    Huntley 7th: David Cruz scored 18 points and Connor Boesch added 14 with 9 rebounds as the Red Raiders took seventh place at the Wheaton Warrenville South MLK Tournament with a 73-54 win over Waukegan. Earlier in the day, Huntley fell to Metea Valley 52-42, Boesch and Cruz each had 10 points in that loss.

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  • Monday Jan 19 | via Daily Herald 

    Huntley claims DeKalb tourney crown

    You'd be hard-pressed to find a better confidence builder than the one the Huntley girls basketball team found on Monday. 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.

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  • Saturday Jan 17 | via Daily Herald 

    Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Saturday, Jan. 17

    Huntley splits at Wheaton Warrenville South: DJ Cruz nailed a 3-pointer with 7 seconds left to give Huntley the lead, and Connor Boesch drew a charge with 1.7 seconds remaining to seal a 54-53 upset of Bartlett in the opening game of the Wheaton Warrenville South Martin Luther King Tournament for both teams. Boesch finished with a game-high 17 points and sophomore guard Alec Coss came off the bench to score 14 for Huntley, which led 21-8 after the first quarter and 33-24 at the half.

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  • Friday Jan 16 | via Daily Herald 

    Huntley grinds out win over Cary-Grove

    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. 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.

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  • Thursday Jan 15 | via Daily Herald 

    Shoemaker's fortitude lifts Jacobs over Huntley

    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.

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