The Woodstock Recreation Department will hold its 40th Challenge Run and Pool Party on June 17, according to the organization's website.
The McHenry Parks and Recreation Department wants to help everyone ride out the summer in style by offering horseback riding camps, according to the department's online summer program guide.
The McHenry County College (MCC) women's basketball program is looking for an assistant coach, who will be required to attend all games and practices, the school has announced on its website.
Nathan Wright's dad saw it coming years ago.
The up-and-down movement of his young baseball career is not exactly the kind of pitching Nick Porretto had planned for.
Peyton Schneider doesn't have a 'K' in his name, but he has plenty in his arm.
Despite being major events based on speed and distance, the Illinois High School Association Track and Field Boys and Girls Final Meets are intent on going nowhere.
Six McHenry County College (MCC) basketball players earned postseason honors from the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference (ISCC) recently.
You might say Brett Stratinsky has a long history with baseball.
The McHenry High School baseball team had high expectations coming into this season.
You might say Wyatt Mascarella catches on quickly.
For Karlie Blaz, a Marian Central Catholic soccer midfielder used to winning, a major turning point in her high-school career came in a loss.
Registrations are open for McHenry County College's ScotStars Sports Camps for youth, according to the school's website.
Patience has been a common thread for McHenry County College's Jared
Wacker throughout his baseball life.
Jen Nichols-Hogle has amassed numerous accolades as a player and coach at Woodstock High School.
Baseball wasn't a natural choice for Nick Vasic, but he was certainly a natural for it.
The success that McHenry County College's baseball team celebrated last year has not stopped with the turn of the calendar so far.
At first, Michelle Loeding said, she was not excited to attend McHenry County College (MCC).
Rafael Arellano's recent induction into the McHenry County College (MCC) Athletic Hall of Fame was more than just about athletic achievement for him.
Registration recently opened for two youth basketball programs, according to the McHenry Parks and Recreation Department's online program guide.