Indian Creek TimberwolvesIndian Creek High School • 506 S. Shabbona Rd., Shabbona, IL 60550 • Phone: 815-824-2199
Colors: Red/Black • Conference: Little Ten • Stadium name: Waterman Junior High Field • Enrollment: 261
Directions: Take IL-23 S, turn right at US-30 W, turn left at Shabbona Rd.
CHARLESTON – Jasmine Brown stepped off the podium at the IHSA State Track Meet for the last time in her high school career.
DeKalb’s Marc Dubrick earned his first berth to the state track meet next weekend by finishing fifth in the 3,200-meter run in 9 minutes, 26.93 seconds in the Class 3A Huntley Sectional on Friday. His time was two seconds better than the state qualifying mark.
When Emily Schilling first approached Indian Creek girls soccer coach Luke Anderson and track coach Dane Bell about doing both sports last spring, the two coaches decided to do something unusual.
Genoa-Kingston softball swept Harvard in a double-header to complete its regular season with a record of 17-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Northern Conference East.
GENOA – When Christina Sommerfeld came to Indian Creek from DeKalb as a sophomore, she never thought she’d be on a soccer team team as successful as the 2013 Timberwolves, which won the first regional championship in program history last week.
The DeKalb baseball team lost to Yorkville, 10-3, on Tuesday. The win gave Yorkville the outright Northern Illinois Big 12 East title as the Barbs fell to 11-16 overall and 5-10 in the conference. Sycamore finished a game behind Yorkville at 10-5 in conference.
Starting pitching determines momentum in baseball.
DeKalb girls soccer won its first playoff game with a 3-0 victory over Elgin in the Class 3A DeKalb Regional quarterfinals.
The Indian Creek girls soccer team defeated Genoa-Kingston, 1-0, in overtime Friday to win the Class 1A Genoa-Kingston Regional championship match.
It all came together for Brianna Kramer on Monday at the Big Northern Conference girls track meet.
Spartans’ bad timing: Sycamore needed a win Tuesday against Yorkville to wrap up the Northern Illinois Big 12 East conference title.
DeKalb girls soccer defeated Morris, 4-0, on Tuesday afternoon and clinched the Northern Illinois Big 12 East title after Sycamore and Kaneland played to a scoreless tie.
Indian Creek senior Christina Sommerfeld was taken aback slightly when she heard the Timberwolves were named the No. 1 seed in the Class 1A Genoa-Kingston Regional.
SHABBONA – A first-inning fastball to Hinckley-Big Rock’s Luke Winkle changed the entire complexion of Monday’s game against Indian Creek.
Genoa-Kingston senior Danielle Neisendorf set a Big Northern Conference record by clearing 5 feet, 4 inches in the high jump and won the conference title Monday. The Cogs finished seventh as a team with 37 points.
Editor's Note: This is the first story in a three-part series on pitching in high school baseball.
DeKalb junior badminton player Tristan Draper qualified for the IHSA State Tournament after taking fourth place at Thursday’s Naperville North Sectional. Draper went 4-2, losing the third-place match to Lincoln-Way West’s Elizabeth Heise, 16-21, 11-21.
In six games last week the Sycamore pitching staff gave up five earned runs.
With DeKalb softball trailing Morris by a run in the bottom of the seventh Tuesday, Sarah Friedlund hit a two-run home run to give the Barbs a 4-3 win at home.
After his team’s scoreless draw against Kaneland, DeKalb coach Phil Rouse thinks his team is under pressure in the Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference, even though it hasn’t lost a match.
Genoa-Kingston softball got off to a quick start and the Cogs’ offense never relented in a 11-1 victory over Richmond-Burton on Monday.
SHABBONA – Indian Creek baseball coach Joe Piekarz knew things would be tough for his club coming into Saturday's doubleheader against visiting Plano, especially when it came to pitching.
Sycamore baseball broke open a tie game late with four runs in both the sixth and seventh innings for a 10-2 win over Rochelle on Thursday.
Sycamore baseball dominated Rochelle with an 18-0 victory Wednesday at home.
DeKalb's win was dramatic tribute
SHABBONA – Waubonsee Community College soccer coach Brad Schlemmer picked up the phone immediately when he saw Christina Sommerfeld’s request for more information on the team.
Dealing with difficult fishing conditions at Shabbona Lake, Indian Creek's bass fishing team needed only one fish to capture the IHSA sectional title.