Stories about Woodstock 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.
Richmond-Burton executed a perfect inbounds play in the final seconds for Jake Nelson's layup and a 46-45 victory over Woodstock in their Kishwaukee River Conference boys basketball game.
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.
Colin Nesler went to the bench late in the first quarter with two quick fouls, but still finished with 23 points, seven rebounds and three blocks as Genoa-Kingston beat Woodstock 60-54.
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.
Huntley picked up its third win of the Wheaton Warrenville MLK Tournament by sinking its free throws the the stretch to take down Lockport 46-42 in Wheaton on Monday. Plus more. results from basketball, bowling and wrestling.
McHenry boys bowling advanced to sectionals by placing third at the Vernon Hills Regional at Bowlero in Vernon Hills on Saturday with a team score of 5771. Plus results from basketball, wrestling and more.
Taylor Charles was on another level for Burlington Central on Friday in a 63-53 Fox Valley Conference win over McHenry at home in Burlington. Plus results from Boys basketball, bowling and more.
Macy Madsen had another standout performance for Johnsburg on Thursday, leading the way to a 41-26 win on the road in Woodstock. Plus more results from basketball, bowling and more.