D-C Athletic Event Procedure Reminders

As a reminder, Dundee-Crown High School has the following 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-C Event Expectations (for all attendees at extracurricular events)
  • Elementary and middle school students need to have a parent in attendance with the student to enter the stadium or any other competition site. 
  • Students are not allowed to bring any food or drinks into the game.
  • Students cannot bring backpacks into the game.
  • Students need to keep their hands and feet off of others.
  • Students may be asked to leave if issues arise regarding their behavior.
  • Students may not bring footballs, soccer balls, basketball or any other sporting equipment in D-C's Stadium, or any other competition site, thus no horseplay is allowed. 
  • Gates for the D-C student section will open at 4:30 p.m. for football games.
  • Good sportsmanship is an expectation on, and off, the field. 

Thank you for your understanding,

 Dundee-Crown High School Administration

11/2/2019 6:49 PM

Results

  • @ Crystal Lake South

    08/15/2019

  • @ Huntley

    08/24/2019

  • @ Dekalb

    08/26/2019

  • vs. Burlington Central

    08/27/2019

  • @ Mchenry

    08/29/2019 | WIN 174-175

  • @ Geneva High School

    09/03/2019 | WIN 7th Place-

  • vs. Jacobs

    09/04/2019 | WIN 161-164

  • @ Prairie Ridge

    09/05/2019

  • vs. Cary - Grove

    09/10/2019

  • @ Crystal Lake South

    09/11/2019

  • @ Zion - Benton High School

    09/14/2019

  • vs. Crystal Lake Central

    09/17/2019

  • @ Hampshire

    09/19/2019

  • vs. Charger Invite

    09/21/2019

  • @ Elgin Varsity Invitational

    09/23/2019

  • vs. Huntley

    09/24/2019

  • @ Crystal Lake South

    09/25/2019

  • @ Grayslake Central

    09/28/2019

  • vs. FVC Varsity Tournament

    10/03/2019

  • vs. IHSA Regional

    10/07/2019

  • vs. IHSA Sectionals

    10/12/2019

  • @ IHSA Sectionals

    10/14/2019

  • @ IHSA Sectionals

    10/15/2019

  • @ IHSA State Finals

    10/18/2019

  • @ IHSA State Finals

    10/19/2019

  • 2019 Boys Golf
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  • 2017 Boys Golf Team
  • 2016-2017 Boys Golf Team

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BOYS GOLF | Varsity

2019 Boys Golf Program

INTRODUCTION and COMMUNICATION

Incoming and Returning Golfers and Parents,

I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the boys golf program.  Although the season does not ‘officially’ begin until August 12th, I would like to I get the season started by July 1st.   (IHSA allows 25 contact days with the players in the off season) I am going to outline some objectives we need to meet before the start of the season. 

 

COMMUNICATION - Communication is necessary to have a successful experience in any phase of our lives.  I believe we will have five primary means of communicating:

Coach to Player

Player to Parent

Parent to Coach

Coach to AD (school)

Parent to AD (school)

Unfortunately, the numerous methods of communicating information has created confusion and unnecessary stress in our lives.   

Communication for the boys golf program will use THREE sources:

Face to Face  - Coach to Player; Player to Coach; Coach to Parent; Parent to Coach; Player to Parent; Parent to Player

Haiku - Used as a hub for short term and long term scheduling that allows all parties involved (Coach, Player, Parent and AD) access in a timely fashion. I will have quicker access to this mode of communicaing during the school day.

Text messaging -  I will use this method to communicate last minute changes and adjustments in schedule times, personnel changes, and location adjustments.  Why text? A couple reasons:

I don’t do facebook, twitter, instagram or snapchat.     

I will not have the chance to put changes on 8 to 18 during school.

General Practice and Match Schedule  

 

PRACTICES/MATCHES AT BONNIE DUNDEE

Most practices at Bonnie will run from 3:30 to 6:00 pm.

 

PRACTICES/MATCHES AT RANDALL OAKS

Randall Oaks has agreed to give us  access to the driving range and practice areas at 5:00 pm.  Most of the practices at Randall will conclude by 7:00 pm  

 

Where do I go on Practice Days?

Each golfer will be assigned to one of three locations on

practice days.   The three options will include:

1. Bonnie Dundee,

2. Randall Range  

3. Off/Statistics Update/ Mental Conditioning

 

Where do I go on Tournament or Match Days?

Each golfer will qualify for one of four positions on

tournament or match days

 

The four options will include:

1. Compete on the Varsity level

2. Compete on the JV level

3.  Compete in Exhibition Match (if the course has

availability)

4.  Have the day off

 

 

PROGRAM INFORMATION AND EXPECTATIONS 

 

I.  ADMINISTRATIVE PAPERWORK 

Get the required administrative paperwork turned in to the Athletic Office before August 1st.

Specific paperwork to be turned in includes:

Physical Clearance

Emergency Information

Participation Fee Payment

PLAYERS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PLAY UNTIL ALL THEIR PAPERWORK AND FEES ARE TURNED IN AND THEIR FEES ARE PAID - NO EXCEPTIONS

 

II.  MATCH SCHEDULES

The majority of matches have been set.  We may have some additions. You can find the complete match schedule at Schedule @ Athletics 2000  However, due to weather, course availability or any other unforeseen circumstance, matches and practices may be changed.  

 

III. BEGINNING OF THE SEASON

The official 2018 IHSA start date for boy’s golf is Monday, August 12, 2019.

 

IV.  HOW MANY PLAYEARS MAKE THE TEAM?

Traditionally 16 to 22 golfers will be selected to play.

 

V.  WHAT LEVEL OF COMPETITION WILL I PLAY? 

The Fox Valley Conference offers two levels of competition. Each level has 7 players compete in the match.  The best four scores are counted for the team score.  

Varsity - The varsity level may consist of freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors. 

 Junior Varsity- This level will consist of freshmen, sophomores and maybe some juniors.  Typically, seniors do not play at the 1evel.

 

VI.  HOW DO I GET TO PLAY IN MATCHES OR TOURNAMENTS?

Players qualify to play in conference matches and 18-hole tournaments primarily based on their scores/averages.  

 

VII.  WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A MATCH AND A TOURNAMENT?

The primary differences are:

Matches are only 9-hole events.

Tournaments are 18-hole events. Only 5-6 golfers play in tournaments.  

(Exception: FVC Tournament: 7 golfers will play)

VIII.   WHEN WILL PRACTICE AND MATCHES BEGIN?

Practice times have not been set by the golf courses yet.   As soon as we are assigned a time, the calendar will be updated.

 

The schedule is subject to change based on course/range availability and speed of play.

Matches will usually start between 4:00 and 5:00 pm.  If the golf course allows a shotgun start, matches will usually start earlier.  
 

IX.  HOW DO I GET TO PRACTICES AND MATCHES?

Students may drive to practices or matches if the course/range is in the District 300 boundaries. 

Activity Bus will be provided by the district to take the players to the course – leaves at 3:10 pm.   The bus will not bring the players back to school. It is up to the players to arrange a ride home.

 

X. HOW DO I GET TO AWAY MATCHES?

District 300 Bus or the Dundee-Crown mini-bus will transport golfers to and from away golf matches

Traditionally, players have stored their golf clubs in the trunk of their teammates car, or in the physical education office.

 

XI.  WHERE CAN I STORE MY BACKPACK DURING PRACTICE AND MATCHES?

During practice the majority of players store their back packs in the locker room at Bonnie Dundee.  During away matches, the host school usually provides an area in the pro shop. IMPORTANT: DO NOT leave money, phones, or any other valuables in your backpack.   Have a secure location for these items before you leave to play.

 

XII.  DO I HAVE TO GO TO PRACTICE?

YES.  If you want to play in the next match/tournament regardless of your scoring average, you must attend practice.  If you are getting a lesson from a teaching pro, you must let me know the day before. You must get approval from coach at least one day before you will miss practice.   APPROVAL IS NOT GUARANTEED. Players will not leave practice until coach releases them.

 

XIV.  WHAT IF I HAVE A JOB? OR PLAY ANOTHER SPORT?

If there is a conflict with other interests or commitments, and you can only participate on a part-time basis, you will need to make a choice whether you commit to play golf or not. 

 

XV. HOW IMPORTANT IS MY ACADEMIC STANDING?

Very Important. You must maintain your academic eligibility each week.  Manage your time. We will have some late nights where we won’t return until 8:30 pm or later.  DO YOUR HOMEWORK – NOW. DO NOT WAIT until the night before an assignment is due. Stay ahead with your homework.

 

XVI.  WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Players will be expected to look professional and well groomed for practices and matches.   Specifically the players will wear…

A collared shirt tucked into a neat pressed pair of pants or shorts.

The shorts or pants must be pulled up above the hips.

A belt must be worn with the pants/shorts.

Blue jeans, cut-offs and ‘baggie’ wrinkled cargo shorts will not be acceptable.

Hats will be worn forward

Hair should be no longer than the top of the ear on the sides and the collar in the back.

XVII.  CAN I USE MY CELL PHONE OR IPOD WHILE PLAYING?

NO.  You cannot use your cell phone when you are in a match.  It is a violation of IHSA rules. A rangefinder without slope is legal.  

 

IPods will not be allowed on the course.   You may use them when you are practicing at the range or on the putting green.  Cell phones and iPods should remain in your golf bag while you are playing or practicing on the course. 
 

XVIII.  WHAT ARE MY BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS?

When in a team meeting, pay attention.  Do not play foot hockey, juggle, or talk to other players.

Be on time for practice, meetings, and bus departure and most important to class.

Stay out of the dean’s office.  Make good choices. Do the right thing.

Think before you act or speak. 

Don’t do anything that would embarrass you, your family or the school.

You are a guest at every golf course you play.  Replace your divots. Fix ball marks, rake traps.

Pounding golf clubs into the ground, throwing clubs or just tossing clubs at your bag will not be tolerated.  Control your emotions. Stay focused on your game.

Swearing and use of profanity will not be tolerated.

Clean up before you leave.  Make the facility look better than it did when you arrived.

XIX.  HOW DO I EARN A VARSITY LETTER IN GOLF?

Be eligible throughout the entire season. (Mandatory)

Attend all practices and meetings. (Mandatory)

Have one of the top six scoring averages on the team.

Be one of the top four counted scores in at least 10 matches/tournaments.

Finish in the top 10 in the conference tournament,

Qualify for the State Tournament in Bloomington.

Qualify for the Sectional Tournament.

XX.  HOW DO I EARN A JV LETTER IN GOLF?

Be eligible throughout the entire season. (Mandatory)

Attend all practices and meetings. (Mandatory)

Qualify for a JV spot in at least 10 matches.

XXI.  QUALIFYING PROCESS

Returning player’s position on the team will be determined by:

  1. Average scores on competitive 18-hole rounds over the summer.  Players playing competitive. 9-hole rounds their score will be doubled.

  2. If no competitive scores were recorded, final 2018 average will be used to determine position.

Incoming freshmen who did not post any tournament rounds over the summer will play three 9-hole rounds at Bonnie Dundee.  Following the three rounds a determination will be made based on the following…

Average score for the tryout days

Informal Swing Observation

Interview with the coaches - Questions will be asked to determine commitment and position 

What experience do you have playing golf?

Why do you want to play golf at Dundee-Crown?

Do you want to make the commitment to become a good golfer?

 

Team Rosters

  • No.
  • Name
  • Pos
  • Hgt
  • Wgt
  • Class
  • No.
  • Name
  • Pos
  • Hgt
  • Wgt
  • Class
Varsity
Yash Dulla 5'9" 152 2022 Ryan Girard 5'11" 155 2021
Kyle Huber 6'1" 150 2020 Matthew McQuillen 6'1" 153 2020
Christopher Przybylak 5'8" 110 2022 Jake Russell 5'7" 120 2023
Aidan Svec 5'10" 148 2021 Jake Zirlin 6'0" 195 2021
JV
Vince Bono 5'7" 130 2022 Gavin Dougherty 5'6" 115 2023
Blake Hernandez 5'7" 135 2022 Jason Huber 5'8" 135 2022
Mason Morawski 5'7" 115 2023 Luke Pietraszewski 5'10" 175 2022
Noah Schulz 5'10" 190 2021 Chance Spreitzer 5'6" 120 2022
Varsity
Yash Dulla 5'9" 152 2022 Ryan Girard 5'11" 155 2021
Kyle Huber 6'1" 150 2020 Matthew McQuillen 6'1" 153 2020
Christopher Przybylak 5'8" 110 2022 Jake Russell 5'7" 120 2023
Aidan Svec 5'10" 148 2021 Jake Zirlin 6'0" 195 2021
JV
Vince Bono 5'7" 130 2022 Gavin Dougherty 5'6" 115 2023
Blake Hernandez 5'7" 135 2022 Jason Huber 5'8" 135 2022
Mason Morawski 5'7" 115 2023 Luke Pietraszewski 5'10" 175 2022
Noah Schulz 5'10" 190 2021 Chance Spreitzer 5'6" 120 2022