Hinckley-Big Rock Royals

Hinckley-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.

Recent articles

By EDDIE CARIFIO- ecarifio@shawmedia.com
BYRON – It took Eric Phillips all of 87 seconds to score Tuesday in the Class 1A Byron Sectional semifinal against Harvest Christian.
By JAMES HIGH sports@daily-chronicle.com
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.
By DAILY CHRONICLE - sports@daily-chronicle.com
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.
By CHRIS CASEY ccasey@shawmedia.com
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.
By DAILY CHRONICLE STAFF - sports@daily-chronicle.com
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.
By DAILY CHRONICLE – sports@daily-chronicle.com
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.
By DAILY CHRONICLE STAFF sports@daily-chronicle.com
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).
By STEVE NITZ snitz@shawmedia.com
HINCKLEY – Jack Bullard isn’t a natural goal scorer.
By DAILY CHRONICLE - sports@daily-chronicle.com
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.
By DAILY CHRONICLE STAFF – sports@daily-chronicle.com
The DeKalb boys golf team took first place in the Northern Illinois Big 12 East at Wednesday’s NI Big 12 Conference Meet at Seneca’s Oak Ridge in LaSalle.
By DAILY CHRONICLE sports@daily-chronicle.com
DeKalb sophomore Maddie Hoth had her career-best round at the right time.
By DAILY CHRONICLE STAFF - sports@daily-chronicle.com
The DeKalb boys soccer team earned a 2-0 win over Jacobs on Monday. The Barbs jumped on Jacobs early, getting a goal from Jared Smith in the first minute and a tally from Trevor Freeland in the fifth minute.
By DAILY CHRONICLE sports@daily-chronicle.com
It had all the makings of a trap game, but DeKalb boys soccer coach Brent McIntosh said he was happy with the way his Barbs focused in a 6-0 home win Thursday against Ottawa.
By BY TRAVIS ZUELLIG sports@daily-chronicle.com
HINCKLEY – After a 30-28 win in the first game, the Hinckley-Big Rock volleyball team was looking to pull the upset over Indian Creek. But the Timberwolves were not just going to lie down.

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