Stories about Crystal Lake Central high school sports
Woodstock wins his and hers titles at the Kishwaukee River Conference Cross Country Meet, and more in the Northwest Herald prep sports roundup for Saturday, Oct. 16.
Crystal Lake Central's Hadley Ferrero won the girls individual title at the Fox Valley Conference Cross Country Meet on Saturday, while Crystal Lake South took the girls team title. Burlington Central's Yusuf Baig took the boys championship and Hampshire grabbed the boys team title.
Crystal Lake Central quarterback Colton Madura had a hand in all three touchdowns as the Tigers defeated McHenry, 20-17, in their Fox Valley Conference game.
Sports reporter Thom Gippert has live coverage from Friday night’s Crystal Lake Central vs. McHenry football game here
Crystal Lake Central graduate Maddy McCormick expected to redshirt her freshman season at Colorado State, but that plan suddenly changed when she found herself in a match Sept. 30 against Fresno State.
The Fox Valley Conference Cross Country Meet will have several strong teams on both sides for girls and boys. Last year the top four girls teams were separated by 14 points; it could be another tight finish on Saturday in McHenry.
Marian Central earned itself a shot at a regional championship plaque at home in Woodstock on Thursday with a 3-1 Class 1A Marian Central Regional semifinal victory over Johnsburg.
Check out the Northwest Herald area football statistical leaders through seven games.
Ty and Liz Marotz's newborn son George has congenital hyperinsulinism, in which his pancreas creates too much insulin that then robs the body of its necessary blood sugar levels. The Marotzes are receiving support through a GoFundMe page as they go through a difficult time with their son, who likely will need surgery to correct the problem.
Here are the preview capsules for Northwest Herald area teams for Week 8.