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.

Go Chargers!

10/27/2018 12:12 PM

Chargers Update

Event Details

  • October 6th, 2017

  • 7:00 PM

  • FOOTBALL

  • Varsity

  • Boy

  • Game

  • Home

  • McHenry

  • Main FooT B All Field

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Game Summary

CHARGERS

25

Vs.

MCHENRY

38

High school football: Crowley's big game leads McHenry past Dundee-Crown

The Warriors jumped ahead early on their way to a 38-25 Fox Valley Conference win on Friday. Crowley, primarily a receiver in the past, rushed for 179 yards on 18 carries, including two touchdowns.

“We knew that [Dundee-Crown] would be able to put some points on the board because they’re pretty tough offensively,” McHenry coach Nat Zunkel said. “We got some stops when we needed it.”

BATTLE OF THE BACKS

In the end, a back-and-forth affair came down to the running game.

McHenry (3-4, 2-4 FVC) kept possession of the ball for much of the first quarter. Crowley found good routes for big runs.

“Braden is really, really tough,” Zunkel said. “He’s a super good, fast kid. The more he touches the ball for us, the better we all are. He practices hard and works at it.”

Click on the Northwest Herald link to read the entire article. http://www.nwherald.com/lists/2017/10/07/9d0cd61449894c16be3249b7232b77a9/index.xml?page=1