Huntley Sports News

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

  • 14 hrs ago | via Daily Herald 

    Huntley battles but falls to top seed Jefferson

    Huntley gave top-seeded Jefferson all it wanted, but in the end the J-Hawks just had too much ML Moore. Moore scored 14 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter as Jefferson came from behind to down the Red Raiders, 61-56, in the semifinals of the Class 4A Huntley boys basketball regional Tuesday night.

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  • Yesterday | via Daily Herald 

    Fremd's wait for state is over

    With Frank Sinatra singing 'Fly Me to the Moon' on the speaker system in the cozy Hoffman Estates gymnasium, Fremd's girls basketball team was celebrating its first trip to the IHSA Final Four in 38 years. Unlike when it actually did fly for a tournament in Arizona in late December, the Vikings will gladly settle for their biggest bus ride all season.

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  • Yesterday | via Daily Herald 

    Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Monday, March 2

    Cary-Grove 55, Round Lake 41: The No. 11 Trojans came away with a Class 4A regional quarterfinal win on their home floor without leading scorer Jason Gregoire .

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  • Saturday Feb 28 | via Daily Herald 

    Girls basketball: Scouting the Class 4A Hoffman Esta...

    How they got here: Fremd defeated Zion-Benton 55-44 and Libertyville 45-24 to win the Lake Forest regional, then defeated Buffalo Grove 63-47 and Hersey 50-29 to win the Palatine sectional. Huntley downed DeKalb 58-28 and Rockford East 60-15 to win the Huntley regional, then defeated Crystal Lake South 44-40 and Rockford Boylan 37-33 to win the Rockford Guilford sectional.

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  • Thursday Feb 26 | via Daily Herald 

    Huntley's comeback just 'super'

    For the second straight game, Huntley faced a late deficit but stormed back to win, this time using the fourth-quarter scoring prowess of junior standout Ali Andrews to defeat Rockford Boylan 37-33 Thursday in front of a near capacity crowd in the championship game of the Class 4A Rockford Guilford sectional. The 6-foot-2 Illinois recruit scored 13 of her game-high 17 points in the final quarter as the Red Raiders, who had to rally late to beat Crystal Lake South in Tuesday's semifinals, came back from as much as a 7-point deficit in the final 5:42 to win their second sectional title in the last three years.

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  • Wednesday Feb 25 | via Daily Herald 

    Huntley looks for a better sectional final result th...

    There won't be many secrets Thursday night when Huntley's girls basketball team takes on Rockford Boylan at 7 p.m. for the Class 4A Rockford Guilford sectional championship. The Red Raiders and Titans met a year ago at Crystal Lake South with the same piece of hardware on the line and Boylan prevailed 54-39 in a game the Titans took control of with a 15-3 run to start the second half.

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  • Monday Feb 23 | via Daily Herald 

    Boylan ends Dundee-Crown's season

    The Chargers hung with a bigger and more experienced Rockford Boylan team through the first half but a buzzer-beating 3-pointer and the Titans' subsequent third-quarter blitz was too much for D-C to overcome in a 65-43 loss in the Class 4A Rockford Guilford sectional semifinals. "They're a talented team but I do believe we are too," said second-year Dundee-Crown coach Sarah Miller, who had the Chargers in a sectional for the first time since 2003.

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  • Saturday Feb 21 | via Daily Herald 

    Don't expect Huntley to be looking ahead

    Mark Smith, Tom Dineen and Randy Weibel could give Steve Raethz some good advice right now, not that the veteran Huntley girls basketball coach needs it. Smith's Burlington Central team, Dineen's Stevenson squad and Weibel's Hononegah team, all state-ranked girls basketball teams, were upset Friday night in regional finals.

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  • Friday Feb 20 | via Daily Herald 

    Jacobs knocks off Huntley for 20th win

    Jacobs was able to mark off another goal Friday, winning its 20th game of the season with a 57-41 victory over host Huntley in FVC Valley action. "Twenty wins in the regular season is quite an accomplishment," said Jacobs coach Jim Roberts.

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  • Friday Feb 20 | via Daily Herald 

    Crystal Lake South handles Cary-Grove

    Crystal Lake South could not have pictured a more perfect start as it scored the first 16 points against Fox Valley Conference rival Cary-Grove-Grove in Friday night's Class 4A Grant girls basketball regional championship game. The outcome was not so clear when Cary-Grove got within 2 points with less than 5 ½ minutes to play.

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  • Tuesday Feb 17 | via Daily Herald 

    Boys basketball: Fox Valley roundup Tuesday, Feb. 17

    The wins haven't been many for Streamwood's boys basketball team this season but the Sabres got one Tuesday night, knocking off Elk Grove 56-53 in a nonconference game at Streamwood. The Sabres came back from a 5-point deficit in the fourth quarter to notch the win and snap an eight-game losing streak.

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