D-CHS Athletic Event Procedures Reminder

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.

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10/27/2018 12:12 PM

Chargers Update

Event Details

  • October 10th, 2017

  • 4:30 PM


  • Varsity

  • Boy

  • Game

  • Away

  • Jacobs

  • Jacobs

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Game Summary






Boys soccer: Dundee-Crown dumps Jacobs to claim FVC crown

To say that Tuesday's Dundee-Crown vs. Jacobs boys soccer match had everything would truly be an understatement.

Because in actuality, it was a Fox Valley Conference championship for the ages.

With more twists and turns than a Six Flags roller coaster and a relentless rain that certainly had its influence on both teams, Chargers reserve Daniel Perez denied Jacobs a late comeback and provided D-C an undefeated FVC championship with his game-winning goal in the 75th minute for a 4-3 win over the defending champs in rain-soaked Algonquin.

Not only did D-C stay undefeated at 17-0-2, but the top-seed in the upcoming Class 3A Streamwood sectional gained some major momentum for the postseason after knocking off the reigning champs by going 8-0 in the FVC while also taking home Hononegah's Indian Cup to boot.

"It couldn't have been any better than this, it really couldn't have been," D-C coach Rey Vargas said. "Rivals and everything on the line for us in the sense of the rivalry that's going; it was just a great game. Sloppy but great."

Click on the Daily Herald link to read the entire article. http://www.dailyherald.com/sports/20171010/boys-soccer-dundee-crown-dumps-jacobs-to-claim-fvc-crown