Hinckley-Big Rock Royals

Hinckley-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.

Recent articles

Alex Flores made three free-throws at the buzzer to tie the game then made the go-ahead 3-pointer in the closing seconds of overtime to lead Hiawatha boys basketball team to a 56-55 win against Durand on Thursday at the Durand tournament opener.
The Sycamore girls bowling team swept Rochelle on Tuesday, winning all the games and the series, 3,041 to 2,747.
By DAILY CHRONICLE sports@daily-chronicle.com
Luke Davis dominated inside with 17 points and 16 rebounds as the DeKalb boys basketball team topped Dundee-Crown, 47-39, Friday.
By BY TRAVIS ZUELLIG - sports@daily-chronicle.com
Entering her junior campaign, Kaneland junior cross country runner Brianna Bower had a small bump in the road on what looked to be a promising season. Bower finished 37th overall at the state meet as a sophomore and was looking to be one of the top runners.
By DAILY CHRONICLE
Jesi Nay scored 10 points to lead the Genoa-Kingston girls basketball team to a 36-30 win at North Boone on Tuesday.
By DAILY CHRONICLE STAFF - sports@daily-chronicle.com
Karrigan Cowan had 25 points for Hinckley-Big Rock in a 64-22 win over Hiawatha. Emily Southern and Alexis Gonzalez each added 13 points for the Royals (6-3, 1-0 Little Ten Conference).Hinckley-Big Rock
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Josie Diehl finished with 16 points and 14 rebounds in the Indian Creek girls basketball team’s 47-36 win over Putnam County on Monday night.
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The Sycamore girls basketball team picked up a pair of wins Friday night at the Bartonville Limestone tournament.
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After taking a 1-point lead at the end of the first quarter, the Sycamore boys basketball team held off a furious rally by Sandwich to win, 50-49, Wednesday at the 52nd Leland G. Strombom Thanksgiving Basketball Tournament.
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Fouling him. Running a box-and-1. Morrison boys basketball tried a lot of things to stop Tommy Lucca on Monday at the Oregon tournament. None of them worked.
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In her last event of the day – and what could have been the last event of the year for any DeKalb-Sycamore co-op girls swim team member – Jensen Keck prolonged her season for another day.

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