The Highland High School girls golf team used its home course advantage to be rude hosts as the Lady Bulldogs carved up the Triad Knights by 54 strokes, 181-235, Wednesday, Aug. 16 at Highland Country Club.
The Highland High School girls tennis team returns the bulk of its starters from a solid team a year ago, including senior Kirsten Plocher, who returns to be the team’s top player for the third year in a row.
A committee is formulating a plan to change Highland High School’s football stadium playing surface from natural grass to artificial turf, as well as other upgrades to the facility, that could have a final cost close to $1 million.
Chelsey Kantner of Highland has been involved in dancing and cheerleading most of her life, and they will remain important in the near future as she recently applied to be an IHSA judge in both of favorite sports.
The Highland Senior Legion Post 439 baseball team swept District 22’s top two individual awards as pitcher/shortstop Dillon Hallemann walked away with Player of the Year honor and Harry Painter was named the Manager of the Year.
The 16U Black Widows 2000 select softball team ended its season in the possible way after being crowned the champions of the USA Fast Pitch Girls’ A 16-Under Northern Nationals Sunday in Rochester, Minn.
The Highland Junior Legion Post 439 baseball team qualified for this week’s American Legion Junior State Tournament after going 4-1 last weekend, including winning two games on Sunday, to finish in third place at the Fifth Division Tournament in Pinckneyville.
The Highland High School, led by Doug Bradley and Bob Vance, will hold the “Building Better Bulldogs Distance Camp” for students in grades 6-8 from July 31-Aug. 4 at HHS’ Bulldog Stadium. The camp will run from 8 to 10:30 a.m. daily.