Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Huntley Lacrosse Club offering lacrosse academy and begins accepting new members.
Tuesday, January 8
Lacrosse is a hot sport across the country, especially in Huntley where Huntley High School will host a lacrosse academy this weekend and the Huntley Lacrosse Club will begin taking applications for teams. Huntley High School Varsity Lacrosse Coach Phil Ryan will offer academy-style lacrosse training to players of all ability levels on Sunday, January 13 in Huntley. The academy will be held in the Union Special building, on Route 47 in Huntley (next to Powell’s Car Wash). The facility features a turf surface, which is ideal for indoor training. NO CLEATS are allowed on the turf. Participants should enter through the door underneath the large Union Special sign. The fee for participation in the academy is $75, and a helmet, shoulder pads…
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Free lessons this weekend at Ken Carpenter Park in Lake in the Hills.
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Wanna play lacrosse? Know somebody else that has never played? Let's get a stick in their hand and show 'em what they've been missing!! The Northwest Suburban Lacrosse is holding free lacrosse lessons for boys 2 to 9 grades from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 4 at Ken Carpenter Park in Lake in the Hills. The park is located on the corner of Randall and Miller Roads. Pre-registration is required. This is a great chance for you to get your friends involved and build up your team in your neighborhood! Equipment will be provided. All you have to do is register and you are in. Northwest Suburban Lacrosse is also holding Hot-Shots Summer camp for boys in grades to 9. It starts at 4 p.m. Monday, Aug. 6 at Ken Carpenter Park. The cost is $75. …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Tyler Romeiser gets starting position on university's new lacrosse team.
Editor's note: This is an updated story. A previous version contained incorrect information about Huntley High School's Raiders Lacrosse Club and the lacrosse becoming an official school sport. Club officials are working with the school and district on getting lacrosse officially recognized. Tyler Romeiser not only is graduating from Huntley High School in June, he’s graduating from high school lacrosse to college-level, Division 3 lacrosse. Romeiser, 18, recently decided to attend Benedictine University in Lisle, where he’ll be a starter on the school’s new lacrosse team. The Huntley High School senior plans to pursue premed. He received a Merit Scholarship. “I am super-excited,” he said about joining a lacrosse program just getting off…
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Exciting, close game goes down to the final seconds.
Standout lacrosse players in the NILAX All-Star Game at Huntley High School played a riveting game Tuesday night. Tied in the final few minutes, the Red Team scored and beat the White Team 6-5. Eric Percell, an attacker from Crystal Lake South High School, scored the game-winning goal. Percell and John Livingston, from Aurora, both scored two goals for the Red Team. Joey Martin, of Cary-Grove High School, the Red Team goalie, made two incredible saves with just a half-minute left in the game, preserving the one-goal lead that lasted to the buzzer. Seth Beu, an attacker from Huntley High School, scored the first goal of the game. A few minutes later Matt Casella, a midfielder for Cary-Grove, tied it up 1-1. It turned into a two-hour …