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Pitcher Juliana Maude (#17) is preparing to throw a pitch

Varsity softball crushes Jacobs

Varsity softball wins their seventh game of the season
By Laura Langkan
April 13, 2023

The sun was shining, setting a bright glow onto the field. Fast gusts of wind caused the infield dirt to fly around the field and into the audience. The...

The renovations for the softball/baseball fields.

New sand for the field of HHS

Softball and baseball field renovations
By Calvin Mcfalls
November 2, 2022

Over the summer at Huntley High School, many additions to the school were updated and remodeled, so to say. Many of these additions were small, minor,...

S. Crase

Varsity Softball v. Crystal Lake Central, 4.26.22

By Samantha Crase
April 28, 2022

On Tuesday, April 26, Huntley High School’s varsity softball team played Crystal Lake Central. Huntley won with a score of 10-0. They played competitively...

Senior Jori Heard pitches the ball as her teammates look on.

Varsity softball slides their way to victory

Huntley dominates Crystal Lake Central over six innings
By Zoe Emerson
April 28, 2022

As Huntley High School’s Red Raiders prepared for their game against the Crystal Lake Central Tigers on April 26, the distinct chill in the air was...

The varsity softball team joins together to celebrate scoring the first point of the game

St. Patrick’s Day win for varsity softball

Huntley Red Raiders win 3-2 versus Fremd High School
By Amanda Sarrol
March 21, 2022

On March 17, the bleachers fill up with supportive parents and students on a chilly afternoon. The varsity softball players, wearing green ribbon ties...

Huntley varsity softball celebrates their Class 4A Regional Championship after defeating Harlem 5-1 (Courtesy of @HHSSoftball Twitter).

Huntley Softball Concludes the Season after Sectional Loss

By Alex Landman
June 3, 2016

untley’s varsity softball team ended another record setting season on Wednesday after a 2-1 regional loss to Barrington. Senior second baseman Hayley...

Huntleys Softball Tean proves to be unstoppable with their recent win against Cary Grove  (Tom Fox/Dallas Morning News/MCT).

Huntley’s Softball Team Proves To Be Unstoppable With Their Recent Win Against Cary Grove

By Charlie Vavrick
June 1, 2015
In the sixth, Shannon Walsh hit a single and was sacrificed over to second and then third base on a bunt and a fly out, respectively. Huntley’s fifth run was put on the board after the Red Raiders singled to the gap in right pulling in Walsh, but the inning ended after a pickoff at second base. The bottom of the sixth was sloppy for the Red Raiders and was the only inning in which Cary Grove managed to score. It began with a single to left field, followed by a double, putting runners on second and third base. Caitlin Moran pulled in the two runners on a single that dropped between the right field gap. Then, the Trojans got an infield single on an error by Megan Larson, putting runners on first and second, and they followed quickly with another single, loading the bases with zero outs and the tying run on first. Cary Grove managed a single, but were forced at home for the first out. Bases still loaded, the next hit drove in one, but the Red Raiders managed to get the forceout at second. Then, Huntley escaped the inning with a nice stop by Spannraft for the force at first. The seventh inning set out with a Hayley O’Mara double to left followed by an infield hit by Megan Larson, putting runners on first and second. A sacrifice bunt advanced both runners to second and third base. A shot up the middle pulled in Larson and O’Mara, but the runner was picked off at second and the following batter was struck out by Cary Grove. Down 7-3, the Trojans had three more outs to pull off the comeback, but only managed two groundouts and a single before flying out to right field, ending the game.

Students receive recognition at Spring Sports Awards Night

By 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,...

The girls softball team keep their spirits high despite a weak season ( photo courtsey to HHS archives).

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

By 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...

Overcoming injury to be the best

By Tom Heagney
April 1, 2012
Senior Tara Lycos is captain of the softball team and has overcome ACL injuries in order to get to this point in her softball career.

Softball 22-11

By Joe Cristo
September 17, 2011

By Aaron BengtsonIn the past two seasons, Head Coach Mark Petryniec cannot recall seeing one of his outfielders throw out a runner at home. But against...

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