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Huntley sends Wolves packing, wins 56-30

Huntley sends Wolves packing, wins 56-30

Tom Heagney

January 30, 2013

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...

Students receive recognition at Spring Sports Awards Night

Students receive recognition at Spring Sports Awards Night

Tamara Funke

May 23, 2012

On Monday, May 21, the athletic department hosted the Spring Sports Awards Night for student athletes in boys tennis, baseball, softball, girls soccer, boys track, and girls track.  The awards started at 6:30, Monday night in the East Gym. Athletic director Bruce Blumer started the awards ceremony b...

Plague infects high school students, pandemic on the rise

Plague infects high school students, pandemic on the rise

Randi Peterson

May 21, 2012

It’s a plague that travels through the halls Huntley, affecting students, both dedicated and less than so. It destroys kids. Each year it escalates around the end of April. It’s a pandemic. It affects millions of kids in schools across the nation, rendering them completely unable to study, do homework, or even pay attention in class. No one is safe. It’s Senioritis. O...

Boys tennis loses to Hampshire

Boys tennis loses to Hampshire

Kayla Garcia

May 9, 2012

May 7 was the last regular meet for boys varsity tennis before the Fox Valley Conference. The boys played Hampshire High School—a team in their conference—and fell short losing the meet two games to five. The weather was particularly pleasant, compared to the bitter cold the team has had to deal with thr...

Girls softball team keep spirits up, despite 5-17 record

Girls softball team keep spirits up, despite 5-17 record

Tom Heagney

May 2, 2012

A new season and an inexperienced team have not been an easy challenge for head softball coach Mark Petryniec. With the team now just over halfway through its 2012 campaign, spirits remain high despite a 5-17 overall record and a 1-7 conference record, Petryniec feels it is good for the devel...

Main dinner course for Prom officially decided by the Prom Committee

Main dinner course for Prom officially decided by the Prom Committee

Omo Tseumah

April 16, 2012

The Prom Committee put the finishing touches of what this year's Prom, on May 5,  will offer students. This year an approximate 715 students have tickets to Prom, which leads to 715 individuals needing to be supplied a dinner. Click here to view more photos of the official Prom dinner course The committee and members met with Karyn Midona, the navigator an...

State downgrading the ACT

State downgrading the ACT

Ashley Knipp

March 27, 2012

This year is the first year that the state has cut funding for the writing portion of the ACT. Huntley’s 2012 juniors will be taking the ACT on April 24, but many of the juniors who want to complete the writing portion of the test are taking it on April 14, having to pay $49.50 for the same test they will be taking during school, j...

Student Council chooses new prom venue

Student Council chooses new prom venue

Omo Tseumah

February 7, 2012

The Renaissance Convention Center Hotel will serve as this years new prom venue. The newly chosen prom venue reached some complications, as the venue was too small to hold the growing Huntley population. On Jan. 31, Student Council's Prom Committee went out in search of a new venue that was large enough to hold the estimated 760 future prom attendees. “The school...

Powderpuff: Lycos, seniors roll against Juniors

Powderpuff: Lycos, seniors roll against Juniors

Marek Makowski

September 26, 2011

Emotions ran high in the homecoming showdown between the juniors and seniors. Juniors Kourtney Kesul and Daisy Rosales were banged up during a game which included an ejection and three straight unnecessary roughness penalties against the seniors to start off the first half. But penalties did not hold...

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