Hinckley-Big Rock RoyalsHinckley-Big Rock High School • 700 E. Lincoln Hwy, Hinckley, IL 60520 • Phone: 815-286-7500
Colors: Royal Blue/White • Conference: Little Ten • Stadium name: Hinckley-Big Rock Field • Enrollment: 252
Directions: Take IL-23 S, turn left at Perry Rd., make a slight right at Somonauk Rd., turn left at W Lincoln Ave., turn left at Reese St.
Area teams gear up for cross country sectionals with eyes on state
H-BR volleyball advances to regional semifinals
The Genoa-Kingston girls volleyball team rolled through the regular season with almost 30 wins.
BYRON – It was too little, too late for the Hinckley-Big Rock boys soccer team in the Class 1A Byron Sectional title game against Harvard on Saturday afternoon in a 3-2 loss.
BYRON – It took Eric Phillips all of 87 seconds to score Tuesday in the Class 1A Byron Sectional semifinal against Harvest Christian.
HINCKLEY – The Hinckley-Big Rock boys soccer team played its brand of soccer and forced Genoa-Kingston out of its comfort zone in Friday’s Class 1A Hinckley-Big Rock Regional championship game.
Delaney Bend shot a 96 on Saturday at Shewami Country Club in the Class A Girls Golf Wateska Sectional, missing out on a trip to the state tournament by eight strokes.
GENOA – The Hinckley-Big Rock girls golf team came into the Class A Genoa-Kingston Regional with high hopes to make into sectionals as a team. The Royals knew they needed one of the three lowest team scores to advance, and they did just that.
Ivan Bohorquez and Angel Escontrias each had a goal and an assist in the Kaneland boys soccer team’s 3-0 win at Sycamore on Tuesday.
Two DeKalb boys golf players who missed the sectional last year stepped up this year to avoid history repeating itself. Genoa-Kingston was projected for fifth or sixth based of its scoring average. It took third to move on to the sectional. And Kaneland advanced five golfers without advancing a team.
The Hinckley-Big Rock boys soccer team defeated Hiawatha, 12-0, in the first round of the Little Ten Tournament. Jack Bullard had five goals and four assists for H-BR (15-1-2).
HINCKLEY – Jack Bullard isn’t a natural goal scorer.
Sophie Peters and Erin Lyons each shot a 44 to help Hinckley-Big Rock win its second straight Little 10 Conference title in a 191-211 win over Somonauk on Thursday at Indian Oaks Country Club in Shabbona.