Friday, January 19, 2018
he Huntley Red Raiders football team beat the Dundee-Crown Chargers 43-6 , sealing the Raiders' first undefeated season in school history. This season has been full of firsts for the Red Raiders. "No team has ever beat Cary before this season,"...
The Huntley High School’s varsity football team, the Red Raiders, played their last home game of the season last night against Crystal Lake South. The Raiders won, 36-13. With 5 minutes and 26 seconds left in the first quarter, Eric...
t was a chilly October night as an air of excitement filled the stands. Huntley got ready to begin the kickoff as Raider Nation prepared to watch what ended up being one of the most exciting games of the entire season. The...
Back at the beginning of the NFL season, some three months ago, Johnny Manziel was still playing like an inexperienced college quarterback and lost a quarterback competition to career backup Brian Hoyer. Then the unthinkable happened, Brian Hoyer played out of his mind and led the Browns to a 6-3 record atop the AFC North division.
Music blasted as the Red Raiders varsity football team made their way to the field, led by junior Ryan Ford. A light rain hung over the field throughout the night, but spirits were high in Friday night’s game against the McHenry Warriors. The pink sea that was Raider Nation chanted and celebrated the Raiders’ exhilarating and successful efforts. In Friday night’s game, Huntley against McHenry, the final score was 55-28, with Huntley as the victorious team. The highly anticipated victory brought the Red Raiders’ record to 7-1 this season, as the playoffs approach in the next two weeks.
You could almost taste the tension in the frigid air as the opening kickoff crept closer and closer. The game was about to begin between the Red Raiders and the Golden Eagles, cross town rivals. The winner acquires all the bragging rights. Senior kicker Donnie Young was about to start what might be one of the most important games of the year.