Indian Creek TimberwolvesIndian Creek High School • 506 S. Shabbona Rd., Shabbona, IL 60550 • Phone: 815-824-2199
Colors: Red/Black • Conference: Little Ten • Stadium name: Waterman Junior High Field • Enrollment: 261
Directions: Take IL-23 S, turn right at US-30 W, turn left at Shabbona Rd.
Indian Creek had three boys basketball players named to the All-Little Ten Conference team on Tuesday.
The Kaneland girls track team finished in fifth place Saturday at the Hononegah Invite in Rockton.
HANOVER – The Indian Creek boys basketball team knew it would have its hands full dealing with Eastland standout senior Dalton Shaner in the Class 1A River Ridge Sectional championship Friday.
Indian Creek (22-8) vs. Lanark Eastland (25-4)
The Indian Creek boys basketball team defeated River Ridge, 59-45, in Tuesday's Class 1A River Ridge Sectional semifinal.
AMBOY – Seemingly every time an Indian Creek player drove to the hoop in Friday night’s Class 1A Amboy Regional final, good things happened.
Indian Creek boys basketball defeated Annawan, 60-51, in the Class 1A Amboy Regional semifinals on Wednesday.
For much of the first part of the season, Indian Creek coach Joe Piekarz preached consistency to his team.
Genoa-Kingston boys basketball rallied from a halftime deficit to defeated Harvard, 47-43, at home in a Big Northern Conference matchup.
CHAMPAIGN – Sycamore senior wrestler Kyle Akins needs one more victory to cap an unbeaten season and win his second successive Class 2A state title.
Genoa-Kingston girls basketball lost to Rockford Lutheran, 44-19, in the Class 3A Freeport Regional semifinals on Wednesday.
SHABBONA – There was pressure on Indian Creek last week.
Sycamore boys basketball fell to Morris, 65-56, on the road and lost control of its own destiny in the race for the Northern Illinois Big 12 East title.
Sycamore boys basketball put on a dominating performance at home in an 89-48 victory over Rochelle in Northern Illinois Big 12 East play.
What started as a split of four games over the weekend around Martin Luther King Jr. has now evolved into the longest winning streak of the season for DeKalb.
EARLVILLE – When Indian Creek’s Alexis Van Wyhe hit a 3-pointer on the Timberwolves’ first possession, Indian Creek’s large contingent of fans let out a roar.
SHABBONA – Indian Creek girls basketball coach Paul Muchmore remembers one moment of last year’s Hinckley-Big Rock Regional final when his team had four freshmen on the court.