Hinckley-Big Rock RoyalsHinckley-Big Rock High School • 700 E. Lincoln Hwy, Hinckley, IL 60520 • Phone: 815-286-7500
Colors: Royal Blue/White • Conference: Little Ten • Stadium name: Hinckley-Big Rock Field • Enrollment: 252
Directions: Take IL-23 S, turn left at Perry Rd., make a slight right at Somonauk Rd., turn left at W Lincoln Ave., turn left at Reese St.
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TAKE 2: DeKalb girls basketball still the favorite for conference crown, but Sycamore not far behindBy BY ROSS JACOBSON – firstname.lastname@example.org AND STEVE NITZ – email@example.com
Daily Chronicle sports editor Ross Jacobson and sports reporter Steve Nitz spend their days covering the area’s sports scene. Occasionally, they give their viewpoints on those local sports. In this installment of their Take 2 column, they discuss the upcoming girls basketball season.
HINCKLEY – Hinckley-Big Rock boys basketball coach Bill Sambrookes knew the improvement would come, even after his team was drubbed by Byron last week by more than 40 points.
HINCKLEY – One big run can make all the difference. And for the Hinckley-Big Rock girls basketball team, that run didn’t go its way.
BATAVIA – The Kaneland boys basketball team rallied to beat Batavia, 81-74, in overtime on Wednesday at the Windmill City Classic.
The Sycamore girls basketball team won its season opener Thursday night, defeating Crystal Lake Central, 59-30, at the Burlington Central Tournament.
The Hinckley-Big Rock girls basketball tam won its first game of the season with a 44-42 victory over Seneca on Monday in the Tim Humes Breakout tournament in Somonauk.
Akim Suraji has a bright smile that he uses plenty and a gregarious side to his personality, but fitting into his new environment at DeKalb was difficult for a few months last year.