Eight schools, all of which are currently in the BNC East or the FVC Fox, are poised to make up a new athletic conference beginning in 2015.
Eight schools, including six from McHenry County, are poised to make up a new athletic conference beginning in 2015.
Sebastian Falinski hopes other area teams notice what his Dundee-Crown girls soccer team accomplished Thursday.
Katlyn Luebke won the 100-meter hurdles (16.43 seconds) and 300 hurdles (50.28) for Huntley, which won the team title with 324 points at the Kaneland Invitational in Maple Park on Saturday.
It took nine innings for McHenry to defeat Wauconda, 4-3, in the opening game of a softball doubleheader Saturday, but the Warriors came back with an 11-1, five-inning rout in the second game.
Makenna Powell wasn’t done.
The Cary-Grove boys tennis took second place at the Cary-Grove Invitational with 11 points and three second-place finishes. Marian Central took third with a second-place and two third-place finishes.
Marengo’s Katie Adams took care of a little business before heading to Alabama for spring break with her family.
Crystal Lake Central’s depth pushed it to a dominant performance on Saturday at the Byron Indoor Invitational.
In his first match as a senior, Aaron Waters didn’t drop a single set en route to a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 singles Wednesday.
Last week, a reader wrote a letter to the editor asking the Fox Valley Conference to invite Marian Central to join. Sports editor Jon Styf and columnist Tom Musick pontificate on whether that makes sense.