News, articles, scores and more about Hinckley-Big Rock high school sports
Seniors Wesley Hollis and Bradley Franck both placed in the Top 10 to lead Kaneland boys golf to a second-place finish at the Interstate 8 Conference Tournament Monday. Plus more local results.
The Kaneland boys won the team title at Sterling, while DeKalb runners Jacob Barraza and Korima Gonzalez won individual races at Bartlett on Saturday. That plus volleyball, golf and soccer in the roundup.
We asked athlete of the week Saje Beene, a golfer for Hinckley-Big Rock, the questions we've asked all our athletes of the week. We find out that TV can't compare to tooling around town in a Challenger.
Indian Creek and Hinckley-Big Rock met in a Little Ten Conference boys soccer matchup Wednesday at Pack Park in Waterman.
Genoa-Kingston Volleyball rolls in battle of top two teams in Big Northern, Plus more scores from around the area.
The Hinckley-Big Rock volleyball team traveled to Indian Creek High School for a match Tuesday night in Shabbona.
The Kaneland football team picked up its first shutout in almost four years in a 42-0 win at Woodstock. Plus soccer and golf in the roundup.
Alivia Keegan gets 1,000th assist in volleyball, Hiawatha wins football, Genoa-Kingston wins girls golf by one stroke. That and more in Thursday's roundup.
Hinckley-Big Rock forward Tyler Smith led a pair of Royals victories, scoring a hat trick and assisting on another goal in a 4-3 win against Stillman Valley Saturday. He also had the first goal in a 3-0 win against Princeton on Thursday.
Genoa-Kingston wins volleyball in two, Indian Creek dominates in boys soccer. That and more in Monday's roundup.
Hiawatha football nabs its first win, G-K volleyball wins another Saturday tournament, Indian Creek and H-BR get soccer wins and more in the roundup.
Here is a roundup of all the games in the Daily Chronicle coverage area for Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Genoa-Kingston dominates in girls volleyball, Sycamore wins girls tennis, HBR wins girls golf all that and more in Tuesday's roundup.
ILY Hunt was named the Daily Chronicle Athlete of the Week, and she answered a couple of questions – and came up with one for next week's winner.
Here is a roundup of local sports events in the Daily Chronicle coverage area for Wednesday, August 30.