As a reminder, Dundee-Crown High School implemented the following changes to policies and procedures regarding its athletic and event facilities. These changes were made in keeping with safety and security as our top priority, as well as to provide the best experience for community users of our facilities.
D-CHS Event Expectations (for all attendees at extracurricular events)
No outside food or beverages will be allowed.
Bags/purses are subject to search.
No re-entry allowed once exiting the facility (you must re-pay to re-enter)
Elementary and middle school students need to have a parent in attendance with the student to enter the Stadium or any other competition site
No footballs, soccer balls, basketballs or any other sporting equipment are allowed in the Stadium, or any other competition site, thus no game play or horseplay is allowed
Gates will open at 4:30 p.m. for football games
Good sportsmanship is an expectation on, and off, the field.
High school boys cross country: D-C finishes in 2nd Place
Huntley put its five scoring runners in the top 19 to finish with 50 points and nudge out Dundee-Crown (57). Jacobs (78) was third.
“That’s really cool,” Conroy said of Huntley's team title. “My brother (Seth) and Keagan (Smith) never got that done. It’s quite an achievement.”
Raiders coach Matt Kaplan credited Josh Segura, usually Huntley’s No. 4 runner, with fighting through a fall on the course to still finish 19th. Huntley also counted Ian Geisler (seventh) and Chris Simek (17th).
“Dundee-Crown is a great team and ran an outstanding race,” Kaplan said. “Josh fell somewhere and was somehow able to get back with our five. It was close, seven points. I’m proud of how the boys ran, they hung together like they’ve done all season and pulled out the victory.”
D-C was led by Joey Devita in fifth, along with Lucas Janikowski (11th), Anthony Hurgoi (12th), Mark Jensen (13th) and Daniel Price (22nd) were the Chargers’ other scoring runners.