Stories about Dundee-Crown high school sports
Six local teams secured their spots in next weekend’s IHSA Competitive Dance State Championships at Grossinger Motors Arena in Bloomington from Saturday’s Sycamore Sectional. Plus results from swimming, wrestling, basketball and more.
Taylor Charles put up 16 points, 13 rebounds and six blocks for Burlington Central in a 51-34 Fox Valley Conference win over Hampshire on Friday in Burlington. Plus more results from girls and boys basketball.
McHenry improved its stellar record even further on Thursday with a commanding 72-6 win over Burlington Central on the road in Burlington. Plus more results from girls basketball and boys swimming.
Huntley and Dundee-Crown played one of the longest games in FVC history on Friday night, a four-overtime thriller that Huntley was able to win. More in this week's boys basketball notes.
What was once a 16-point Chargers lead was whittled all the way down to three in the closing seconds of Dundee-Crown's eventual 47-41 victory Saturday night at Ottawa.
Huntley played from behind most of the night before finally grabbing a lead in the fourth overtime to defeat Dundee-Crown, 68-62, in their FVC game.
Richmond-Burton has relied on its young wrestlers as No. 1 ranked Brock Wood recovers from an injury. Plus notes on Marian Central, Huntley and postseason assignments.
Marian Central picked up its first East Suburban Catholic Conference boys basketball win on a last-second basket when Cale McThenia threw a full-court pass to Christian Bentancur.
Former Marian Central player Adam Pischke, the 2016 Northwest Herald Player of the Year, is part of Cary-Grove coach Adam McCloud's coaching staff this season. Plus notes on Huntley, Dundee-Crown, Jacobs and Richmond-Burton.
Here are the Northwest Herald area boys basketball statistical leaders.