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HHS’s first blood drive of the school year

Some students eating after getting their blood drawn. (J. Gordus)

Jen Gordus

November 19, 2017

Huntley High School students and staff participated in the Student Council Blood Drive sponsored by Lifesource on Nov. 16. For the past five years, Student Council has organized blood drives that take place twice during the school year and once over the summer. “I’ve been volunteering since my sophomo...

HHS honors two student athletes as they sign their National Letters of Intent

Dubem Anikamadu and Tiffany Giese posing together for pictures after signing. (E. Kindl)

Emily Kindl

November 15, 2017

On Nov. 14, proud family members, friends, coaches, teachers, and administrators were in the passive commons anticipating the signing of two beloved HHS students who were sitting before a Red Raiders backdrop. These two students were to sign their National Letters of Intent to their chosen colleges. Se...

Medical Academy conducts interviews for potential members

(Courtesy of the HHS Medical Academy web page.)

miriamselimi

November 13, 2017

On Nov. 9, sophomores and juniors walk into HHS wearing heels, dress pants, suits, and blazers. This is clearly not the school's regular attire, but that day the Medical Academy interviews were taking place. In order to be accepted into the Medical Academy, students have to go through an interviewing...

Humans of Huntley | Elizabeth Kim

(Courtesy of Elizabeth Kim.)

Emily Kindl

November 8, 2017

This is sophomore Elizabeth Kim. Inside this girl is a big, fun-loving heart…and she lives every single day remaining positive, caring, energetic, and hard-working. Her personality radiates into the hearts of others, “waking them up” when she talks with them. Kim’s favorite colors are pink,...

Huntley boys soccer hold heads high despite disappointing end to season

(Photo courtesy of Madison Kerley.)

Emily Kindl

October 26, 2017

hatever the condition - with the sun beating down so hard that sweat begins formulating even before a game, or precipitation so slick that the ball seems to move with the rain rather than from the feet of the players - the varsity boys soccer team gave their greatest efforts this season, although it c...

Huntley’s Howl-o-ween!

One of the dogs, Kai, that was dressed as a “Despicable Me” minion. (R. Lee)

River Lee

October 22, 2017

Just this Saturday, Oct. 21, there was a fundraising event for Animal House Shelter at the Huntley Town Square. The event was called Howl-o-ween as a showcase for dog owners to dress up their dogs and compete against others for a $200-worth bucket of goodies. There were several dogs that dressed up...

Injuries lead to successes for senior boys soccer starter, Raemon Savillo

Injuries lead to successes for senior boys soccer starter, Raemon Savillo

Maggie McGee

October 17, 2017

hen something consumes your life and is one day taken away from you, there’s no other feeling but pain. In senior Raemon Savillo’s case, two types of pain. The pain of the injury itself, and the pain that comes with having to sit out of a sport that has become his life. “It’s been an up a...

Humans of Huntley | Sal Sciascia

(E. Kindl)

Emily Kindl

October 15, 2017

This is senior Sal Sciascia. He lives and breathes as an outgoing, friendly, and open person. Sciascia loves to skateboard and believes that it helps calm him, overall contributing to the laid-back aspect of his character. His friends are a deep part of who he is and mean everything to him next t...

It’s that time of year: Huntley’s 12th annual Fall Fest

Some of the most popular rides at the festival.

Emily Kindl

September 23, 2017

Friday, Sept. 22, marks the first day of fall. Although the hot and humid weather lately has contradicted that, the Huntley Fall Fest truly gave everyone the flawless autumn feel as they started off the new season right. This year’s 12th annual Huntley Fall Fest, located at Deicke Park, began Thursday,...

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