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RAD Pride Event Color Run

By Katie Walsh
April 25, 2023

On Saturday April 15, RAD club celebrated Pride with a color run, local food trucks, and pride pop up shops.  

The mental health fair was open to all District 158 families and held in the Commons at HHS.

Mental health fair aims to decrease stigma

McHelp event at Huntley shows the community what resources are available.
By Megan Curry
January 25, 2023

Talking about mental health has had a negative stigma associated with it for years, especially among high school students. As a result, District 158 has...

A champion on the field and in the classroom

A champion on the field and in the classroom

By Jaryd Dixon
October 24, 2019

Everyone has a passion, whether it's a sport or something that they simply enjoy. For senior Evan Tocmo, his love for baseball is ultimately shaping his...

The college fair event in action. (Photo credit: @HHScounselors Twitter)

College fair provides stepping stones for students on the search

By Emily Kindl
April 25, 2018

On April 23 from 6 to 8 p.m., Huntley High School held its second annual college fair. With 150 colleges from across the nation represented by well-dressed...

The boys and girls track teams pose with their McHenry County trophies (Courtesy of Huntley Athletics).

Boys and girls track claim county titles

By Tyler Watkins
April 23, 2016

n what appears to be an annual tradition, the Huntley Red Raiders boys and girls track teams put up strong performances on Thursday and Friday night at...

Five best fall events in McHenry County

Five best fall events in McHenry County

By Devin Martin
October 6, 2014

all is the time of year when pumpkin carving becomes a necessity, horror movies become a must do, and stepping inside in a fictional adventure is a must....

Physics from New Mexico to Switzerland

Physics from New Mexico to Switzerland

By Danielle Rivera
January 25, 2014
Andrew Johnson is currently teaching Conceptual Physics and AP Physics C in Huntley High School. He also does lectures at Waubonsee Community College every Tuesday and Thursday evening as a side job. For those fortunate enough to have had him as an instructor, you are well aware of what a respectable individual he is. As of right now Johnson’s life seems to be revolving around school mostly, but that doesn’t seem to bother him at all because he loves what he does.
Courtesy isnt so common

Courtesy isn’t so common

By Holly Baldacci
January 23, 2014
Last week, as I was walking out of the cafeteria, I was caught up in the bottleneck traffic jam of the main door. As I struggled past all of my peers to try and get to my Link Crew advisory on time, a massive linebacker of a guy plowed right into me.
Huntley wrestler Timmy Podraza faces off against a wrestler from Prairie Ridge

Huntley Wrestling defeats Prairie Ridge

By Laura Pilat
January 2, 2014
On Thursday, Dec. 19, wrestlers stand by the sides of the black mat in the gymnasium, stretching as they warm up for the oncoming match against Prairie Ridge. With flexibility playing a major role in this match, the crowd was left shocked many times that a bone was not snapped from the difficult positions the players had to hold when trying to gain points. Each round finished with the players intertwined like a pretzel. In an impressive round, first year varsity player, junior Jestoni Losbanes was able to pin his opponent and further help enhance the lead for Huntley. Losbanes and freshman Christian Benitez were the main leaders with the amount of points gained for the night, both pinning their components. Huntley went on to ensure the win with a score of 63-12.
Coach Martin Manning speaks with his players during a timeout. Mike Krebs/ The Voice

Huntley dominates Cary Grove in division opener

By Adam Reckamp
December 18, 2013
During the third quarter the Red Raiders already had a commanding lead. Senior Amanze Egekeze caught a pass in transition after a Huntley steal, took a few dribbles, and threw down a dunk. The already rowdy crowd exploded as the Huntley bench stood up in excitement. This was the highlight of an incredible night for 6-foot-8 Belmont recruit Amanze Egekeze.
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