After Huntley High’s huge win against Prairie Ridge at the Homecoming football game, school pride was at an all-time high, but the school spirit did not stop at the game.
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On Sunday, Huntley students participated in the school’s annual Powderpuff games.
This weekend, Huntley students wrapped up performances of the 2013 freshmen-sophomore musical, “High School Musical,” which was directed by choir teacher Nancy Cross and theatre teacher Tom George.
When she places a silver-bladed skate on the mirrored surface of the ice beneath her, she feels her nerves settle. It hasn’t registered yet that she’s about to compete, but she can hear the screams of the audience fading away and before she knows it, the music has started.
Another year, another iPhone Although the great father tree, Steve Jobs, has passed on, that does not mean that Apple will stop creating new and improved products for their users. It has been about six months since Apple released the iPhone 5. And, as if a season has passed, leaks have come out on websites […]
As other seniors are preparing to head straight to college, Bryanna Chapman has a stop to make first. Chapman will be attending Regency Beauty Institute to obtain a cosmetology degree to help pay for college and fulfill her dreams. Chapman’s passion for makeup isn’t the only thing that makes her happy. When she’s asked to […]
Beyoncé is globally the queen of R&B alongside greats like Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carrey, and Alicia Keys, but with her new song, “Bow Down (I Been On),” she’s not acting like she is. This song is way out of the element of her signature style of musical greatness and genius and downgrades it. Beyoncé […]
As technology advances, people have been steadily keeping up with it. The students of Huntley High School are no exception. Like most of the United States, the number of students who have smartphones and tablets is on the rise. In a giant leap to stay with student interest, the library has programmed QR codes around […]
District 158’s Director of Transportation Richard Rossi, 58, passed away last Thursday. Formerly Huntley Chief of Police, Rossi led the transportation department for over ten years. As the transportation director, Rossi was responsible for the entire department. Rossi was in charge of over one hundred bus drivers, all of whom reported to him. He also […]
Yesterday, Huntley High School hosted an iLead (“Illinois Leadership Enhancement and Development”) seminar to foster leadership abilities and critical thinking in high school students. The program was arranged for Huntley by junior Michelle Caputi, who was inspired to bring the four hour seminar to Huntley after attending a three-day flagship seminar at North Park University […]
This is where the next chapter of the historic rivalry between Huntley and Cary-Grove ends: at the free throw line with 5:36 left in the fourth quarter. “It came down to toughness with the basketball,” said Raiders head coach Steve Raethz. It’s Saturday afternoon and the Raiders hold a 9-point lead with freshman sensation and […]
Huntley overcame a sluggish start offensively to topple Fox Valley Conference opponent Prairie Ridge 56-30 on Wednesday night. The Raiders started off slow, scoring only 11 points in the first quarter and trailing the Wolves. At the end of the quarter, Huntley coach Marty Manning had a fiery talk with the team, trying to make them […]