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.
SHABBONA – The gymnasium at Indian Creek High School is getting a much-needed face lift this summer. Along with a fresh coat of paint on the walls, the Timberwolves volleyball and basketball teams will play on a brand new floor while surrounded by updated bleachers in the 2013-14 season.
Here is the full list of our individual and overall male and female athletes of the year.
The DeKalb boys and girls cross country teams have changed classifications so many times in the past decade, it is hard for coach Mike Wolf to keep track.
More than three months after the Indian Creek girls basketball team’s regional final loss to Hinckley-Big Rock, senior Kate Thuestad still couldn’t talk about it.
Check out who won the Daily Chronicle's Female Prep Athlete of the Year award from 2007-13.
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 choice for the 2013 Daily Chronicle Softball Player of the Year.
Meet the Daily Chronicle's 2013 Softball All-Area First Team.
Meet the 2013 Daily Chronicle Girls Soccer All-Area First Team.
First Team: Jasmine Brown, sr., DeKalb - Brown was named the Daily Chronicle Girls Track Athlete of the Year after winning the Class 3A state championship in the triple jump and taking third place in the long jump.
Meet the Daily Chronicle's 2013 Girls Track All-Area First Team.
What were the top 10 prep sports games that the Daily Chronicle covered during the 2012-13 season? Check out the list here.
The 2012-13 prep sports year has come to a close for our area schools, and what a memorable year it has been.
What were the top 10 prep sports moments for the 2012-13 school year?
CHARLESTON – Hinckley-Big Rock senior high jumper Bill Weissinger knows the feeling of clearing height after height at the state meet as competitors dwindle and the pressure builds.
In the past four years the Hinckley-Big Rock baseball team has never had to worry about the catchers’ position – Mitch Ruh has made sure of that.