Monday, October 1, 2012
Upload your homecoming photos from the big game, the dance and any other homecoming events from the past week.
Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Patch would like to give all Jacobs High School students the chance to show off their homecoming spirit (and, of course, your homecoming dance attire) by posting your homecoming photos to our community gallery. From the dance to the big game to the fun homecoming events from this past week, you can share them with the community here on Patch. It's simple to upload photos to Patch: You can also e-mail your photos to Editor Amie Schaenzer at email@example.com or text them to 815-321-3063. The more photos, the merrier! Thank you (in advance) for sharing your photos on Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Patch and have a wonderful (and safe) homecoming weekend. Sign up for our daily newsletter to get alerts on …
Friday, September 28, 2012
Fall Fest will be held in Huntley, the Johnny Appleseed Festival will be in Crystal Lake and much more will be happening throughout the area this weekend.
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Friday, September 7, 2012
Algonquin Argonauts Host Homecoming Weekend
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Jacobs alumni, track coaches, current students and area residents crowded Jacobs High School Wednesday for the event honoring Jager who recently placed sixth at the London Olympics in the 3,000-meter men's steeplechase.
Jacobs High School was buzzing with excitement Wednesday as Olympian Evan Jager—an Algonquin native—returned for a homecoming event. Jager graduated from Jacobs High School in 2007 as a star athlete, and returned for a meet and greet Wednesday afternoon. Jager recently competed in the 2012 summer Olympics in London, placing sixth place in the 3,000-meter men's steeplechase. At the meet and greet event, hundreds came to showed their appreciation for Jager. Those at the event cheered and clapped enthusiastically on any mention of his name. The story that seemed to get the most recognition, other than stories surrounding his recent Olympic appearance, was a dilemma Jager faced at the state championships during his junior year at Jacobs. …