Tonight from 6:00 to just after 9:00, Huntley’s choir performed their Third Quarter Solo/Ensemble Concert, which featured multiple genres of music ranging from classic Italian pieces to modern Broadway ballads. In total, 49 songs were performed.
While most people are dreading the cold weather, the Snow Raiders are using the never-ending snow to their advantage.
During the post game handshakes after Rockford Jefferson’s win over Rockford East in the regional semifinals, a fight broke out. Players and fans came to blows as the tension between the two teams boiled over. The IHSA handed down swift punishment on the Rockford Jefferson players involved in the fight, suspending three starters, two bench players and Jefferson’s head coach for the game against Huntley.
A depleted Rockford Jefferson squad was outclassed by Huntley in every way falling 77-29 in a game that was never even close.
Winning regionals in their last game, and finishing the season at 27-4, Huntley moved on to sectionals at Crystal Lake South to face the Boylan Catholic Titans.
What would be the last high school game for seniors Bethany Zornow, Samantha Andrews, and Rachel Zobott started off slow for the Red Raiders, only scoring 4 points to Boylan’s 13.
In a world of constant hustle and bustle, it can be hard to slow down and really appreciate the people around you. Throughout my time in high school, I’ve observed a lot of great social interactions where people are accepting and even appreciative of others. Unfortunately, I’ve also observed a lot of people reacting to others with blatant annoyance.
What is fascinating? Peanuts, music, beach balls, or mushrooms? According to my friend, mushrooms are. How was such a conclusion made? With the help of the classic card game, Apples to Apples, of course. How it is played is a green card with an adjective is placed face up in the middle of the table.
Owner Donald Zielinski strives to keep his small-town business thriving
Jennifer Heuck still fights cancer with courage and dedication
Director Zack Snyder awed audiences with his over-the-top portrayal of the Battle of Thermopylae in “300.” There was blood, shouting, and a narrator whose voice sent chills down the spine of the audience. It was the perfect formula for an action movie. “300: Rise of An Empire” attempts to take that formula to the next […]
The Liam Neeson featured in “Non-Stop” is a far departure from his award-winning portrayal of Oscar Schindler in Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List.” Neeson’s performance is more of a continuation of his streak of action movies that started with “Taken.” It seems like Neeson’s “action formula” should have gotten old by now, and there’s a possibility […]
Huntley gymnast Aubrie Purtell demonstrates her skills.
Crider’s courageous effort after injury and tragedy
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Huntley’s varsity boys basketball team entered Friday night’s game against arch rival Jacobs undefeated and first in the Fox Valley Conference Valley Division. With a win the visiting Jacobs team would take hold of first place in the conference. Huntley would not let that happen.
Huntley defeated Jacobs 48-45 in a thriller at Huntley High School. The Raiders improved to 12-4 overall, and 5-0 in FVC Valley division.
I am not a sports fan. I never have been and more than likely never will be. I am so far gone that I do not have the faintest idea why anyone likes sports. Baseball is boring. Football is tolerable, but fails to capture my interest. Basketball makes me wish for a slow and agonizing […]