Huntley Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Huntley, IL
Tuesday | via Daily Herald
Even though Cary-Grove senior Jason Gregoire hasn't fully transitioned from football to basketball nor been 100 percent with a bad left ankle, in a figurative and possibly a poetic sense, those things aren't holding him back from breaking other opponents' ankles in the process. Gregoire crossed up Jason Zobott to some oohs and ahhs from the crowd during Cary-Grove's 39-36 win over Huntley in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division boys basketball action in Cary Tuesday night. Comment?
Saturday Dec 13 | via Daily Herald
Huntley appeared to have nothing to worry about with a 23-point lead and less than five minutes to play in Saturday night's nonconference girls basketball game at Barrington. But a furious rally by the Fillies made it more than just slightly uncomfortable for the Red Raiders as they held on for a 53-46 victory. Comment?
Thursday Dec 11 | via Daily Herald
For the second time in a week, Huntley dug a hole too deep to crawl out of. The Red Raiders' wrestling team fell behind at Crystal Lake Central 28-7, and despite a valiant fight-back coach BJ Bertelsman's team still dropped a Fox Valey Conference divisional crossover in the Tigers' field house Thursday night. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 10 | via Daily Herald
But the staple of the Red Raiders under coach Steve Raethz is defense and that was certainly on display Wednesday. Holding Cary-Grove without a point for over 10 minutes bridging the second and third quarters, the Red Raiders' 17-0 run keyed a 45-31 win in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division girls basketball action in Cary. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 9 | via Daily Herald
Crystal Lake South 68, Prairie Ridge 52: The Gators were led by a strong performance by Tyler Baker who finished with 22 points while Zach Geske and Kyle Bartusch added 18 points apiece in the Fox Valley Conference crossover victory. Huntley 53, Crystal Lake Central 47: DJ Cruz dominated the first half, Connor Boesch took over in the second half, and the defense held tight as the Red Raiders earned their first victory of the season in this FVC crossover. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via Daily Herald
Dwayne Allen, Jr. St. Edward This junior running back's cutback ability and breakaway speed led to Class 4A All-State honorable mention recognition. The Metro Suburban East Offensive Player of the Year rushed for 1,573 yards and 19 touchdowns in 201 attempts . Comment?
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