The Huntley Farmside
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i:k Euntle^ Jarmsik USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1991 VOLUME 30 - NUMBER 40 OFFICE PHONE 708-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy • Cub Scouts Race In Pinewood Derby yvyi-y^'V Steven and his dad. Rick, get ready to race. The competition was fierce on Jan. 12, 1991, as the Cub Scouts of Pack 167 went head to head racing their finely tuned Pinewood Derby Cars. A total of 53 boys participated in the 1991 Pinewood Derby. The trophies were awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place in each age group, and awards were given for best paint job and best design job. Tigers (1st grade) Winners: 1. Steven Taylor; 2. Leo Cardenas; 3. Nick De Bartolo. Best Paint Job: 1. Steven Taylor; 2. David Kabbe; 3. Leo Cardenas. Best Design: 1. Steven Taylor; 2. David Kabbe; 3. Leo Cardenas Wolves (2nd grade) Winners: 1. Dusty Isenhart; 2. Jason Szatkowski; 3. Keith Seyller. Best Paint Job: 1. Ricky Kaczmarski; 2. Steve Hansen; 3. Steven Trost. Best Design: 1. Steve Hansen; 2. Ricky Kaczmarski; 3. Steven Trost Bears (3rd grade) Winners: 1. Jetson Shambo; 2. Andrew Kowalski; 3. Robert Christiansen. Best Paint Job: 1. Andrew Kowalski; 2. Robert Christiansen; 3. Nick Lovro. Best Design: 1. Andrew Kowalski; 2. Robert Christiansen; 3 Derek Taylor. Webelos 4th (4th grade) Winners: 1. Erik Hahn; 2. Brian Haut; 3. Quinn Frihart. Best Paint Job: 1. Erik Hahn; 2. Robbie Mcintosh; 3. Brian Haut. Best Design: 1. Robbie Mcintosh; 2. Erik Hahn; 3. Quinn Frihart. Webelos 5th (5th grade) Winners: 1. Nathan Soper; 2. Ken Headley; 3. Aaron Sampson. Best Paint Job; 1. Bryan Holder; 2, Steve Wallace; 3. Ken Headley. Best Design: 1. Bryan Holder; 2. Steve Wallace; 3. Ken Headley Dusty Isenhart, Steven Trost, Keith Seyller, Jason Szatkowski, Ricky Kaczmarski and Steven Hansen proudly show their awards. Bart Christiansen (back) looks on. Ladyskins Win 1st Conference! The Lady Redskins had 3 games scheduled this last week; but only competed in 2 of them. Monday they were scheduled to play in South Beloit. South Beloit called and canceled the game. On Thursday, they matched up with Burlington Central. Despite Huntley's defense, Burlington came out on top. They had an excellent defensive performance and played with extreme intensity. The reason why they lost, according to coach Kahl, "They couldn't hit the broadside of a barn!" Very few of the Redskin's shots were falling. Saturday, against Richmond, was Parents Day and the Redskins came back with the same intensity, comparable defense and this time their shots were falling. This was Huntley's first conference win. Kim Strissel, who usually scored 4 or 6 points a game scored 16 points. Julie Ottley scored 11 and had 11 rebounds and 7 steals! Sarah Mercer had 6 points and 9 rebounds. Heather Brettman had 9 points thanks to 5 out of 6 from the free throw line. Tawnya Terry had 5 points. The teams' next game is at Hampshire on Thursday. U. S. Flag Flies To Honor James O'Connor The certificate reads, "This certifies that the accompanying flag flew over the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. on October 2, 1990 at the request of the Honorable J. Dennis Hastert, Member of Congress, in honor of James A. O'Connor." It is signed by George M. White, FAIA, Architect of the Capitol. The flag was flown by special request of the St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School Athletic Association. "Mr. O'Connor has done so much for us, we wanted to do something really special to show our appreciation," said Pete Wilcox, athletic director. The certificate, in a special frame, custom-made by Jim Feld, was presented to his son's family, James, Karen, Murf and Kelly O'Connor on Sunday, January 6, 1991. "It was a wonderful surprise...we knew nothing about it," said the O'Connors. The flag now hangs in the St. Charles School Gym. A copy of the plaque will also hang in the gym, to acknow¬ ledge James O'Connor's many services to the school's athletic program.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library.|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|