Stories about Marian Central high school sports
Crystal Lake Central's Katie Hamill, Marian Central's Madison Kenyon and Huntley's Anna Campanelli were named to the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association's All-State girls basketball team, released Friday afternoon.
The 2023-24 girls basketball season saw three teams crowned regional champions and produced many fun storylines along the way. Here are a few statistics and numbers that stood out from the past season in McHenry County.
Marian Central senior Madison Kenyon and Crystal Lake Central senior Katie Hamill were named to the Illinois Media All-State girls basketball teams for Class 2A and 3A, respectively.
Marian Central senior Madison Kenyon and junior Juliette Huff were named to All-Chicagoland Christian Conference girls basketball team after standout seasons for the Hurricanes.
Marian Central's Cale McThenia was named to the 2024 All-Chicagoland Christian Conference boys basketball team.
Marian Central faces Coal City in the Class 1A state dual team wrestling championship.
Marian Central took down defending state champion Coal City 34-27 on Saturday to win the Class 1A dual team state championship in Bloomington. The title is the first in program history.
Two McHenry County sophomores remain in contention for state titles after earning two wins Friday during the IHSA Girls Wrestling State Tournament. Plus more results from dual-team state wrestling and boys swimming.
Marian Central will get a chance to accomplish its goal of winning an IHSA dual team state championship this weekend in Bloomington's Grossinger Motors Arena. “It’s strictly business,” senior Anthony Alanis said.
McHenry's Marko Visnjevac scored 37 points Wednesday night to help the Warriors beat Grant 71-64 and advance to the Class 4A Jacobs Regional championship. Plus more playoff boys basketball in the Northwest Herald sports roundup.
Marian Central picked up a commanding 48-28 win over Byron at Tuesday's Class 1A Newman Central Dual Team Sectional to qualify for the IHSA dual team state tournament for the fourth time in program history.
Marian Central’s record-breaking season came to an end Tuesday with a 58-46 loss to Rock Island Alleman in a Class 2A Oregon Sectional semifinal. The Hurricanes finished with a program-best 27 wins.
Prairie Ridge had a nice first-half lead, then held off Crystal Lake Central for a 60-59 victory in the Class 3A Cary-Grove Regional. And more boys basketball in Monday's high school sports roundup.
Crystal Lake South set a school record by going 27-3 and 18-0 in the Fox Valley Conference. Now, the Gators want that same focused approach to help with a postseason run in the Class 3A tournament.
Marian Central's Cale McThenia suffered an ACL injury last week, ending his high school career. Plus more on Johnsburg, Crystal Lake South, McHenry and Woodstock in this week's notes.