Tuesday, Jun 27, 2017

Sports

Bischke, Powell to reunite in college

Harvard High School senior basketball players Kaylee Bischke and Makenna Powell thought they had played their last game together when the Hornets lost to Woodstock North Feb.

Edinger named varsity softball coach

Harvard School District 50 Athletic Director Matt Rife had to scramble last month when varsity girls softball head coach Rick Cartwright resigned less than two months before the start of the season.

Figueroa joins Hornets wrestling staff

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The retirement of Harvard High School wrestling coach Tim Haak left the Hornets short a couple of coaches this winter as Haak’s long-time assistants Todd Streit and Dave Abel also stepped away from

Hornets claim 1st soccer sectional

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The Harvard High School boys soccer team has a goal – win the state title. Winning the IHSA Class A sectional tournament 3-2 over Hinckley Big Rock High School Oct.

Wrestlers send three to state meet

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A whirlwind season for the Harvard High School wrestling team ended Feb. 24 with a 45-17 loss to Dakota High School in the IHSA Class A dual sectional meet at Polo High School.

Schneider to pitch for Scots

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Harvard High School senior Peyton Schneider knows what his future looks like. The three-sport athlete has decided to attend McHenry County College and play baseball for the fighting Scots.

HHS graduate wants a sporting chance

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As a student at Harvard High School, Eric Sutera had plans of joining the merchant Marines when he graduated.

Girls cager season ends on high note

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The Harvard High School girls basketball team saved its best game for the end of the season against a tough Woodstock North High School team Feb.

Hornets seek new softball coach

Harvard School District 50 Athletic Director Matt Rife is in a tricky spot.

Soccer club prepares young Hornets

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While the Harvard High School boys soccer team was busy qualifying for the IHSA state finals for the first time in school history, another group was busy preparing younger Hornets soccer players of th

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