KANELAND—Lady Knights track used the important meet at Streator High School to have a Northern Illinois Big XII pow-wow, and found they have a final output good for the middle of the pack.
KANELAND—Lady Knights soccer’s late-season homestretch is busy, to say the least.
It matters little how healthy you are heading into the regionals next week.
Nashville—Back Country Roads, a local band in the Kaneland area that describes its music as “the big sounds of Nashville (brought) home to the Midwest,” recently brought their sound to Nashville. The band was invited to play at the Wildhorse Saloon, a three-level, 66,000 square-foot live music and dance venue.
Elburn—Danny DeKing, co-owner of Pound 4 Pound Fitness in Elburn, has been a fitness proponent from an early age. He participated in a variety of sports in high school, including football, basketball and boxing. When he joined the United States Navy, he was a command fitness leader, responsible for the fitness of the units.
First year with Chicago’s Wolves ends in first-round defeat
ELBURN—If it’s not navigating the puck or avoiding checks into the boards, it’s packing boxes.
KANELAND—With the regular season in its final weeks, the Kaneland High School girls track squad finds itself homestretching across finish lines.
KANELAND—Your Kaneland High School boys track outfit is getting hot at the right time.
On April 25, the Knight boys took care of DeKalb’s team in convincing fashion in a 110-36 dual.
KANELAND—When you put up a seven-spot in soccer, you know something’s gone right.
With six goals in the first half, the Lady Knights picked up a conference win and upped their record to 7-3-1 after a 7-0 solving of the visiting Rochelle Hubs.
ELBURN—North American Pro Wrestling invaded Elburn last Saturday night, and for anyone who caught the show at the Elburn Community Center, don’t be surprised if some of the wrestlers featured on that card eventually land in the mecca of pro wrestling: World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
SG resident overcomes neurofibroma, receives Challenged Athletes Foundation grant
SUGAR GROVE—It was 2004 when Sugar Grove resident Shari Czerwinski noticed she had some numbness in her left leg.
KANE COUNTY—The seventh annual Touch-A-Tractor at the Kane County Farm Bureau attracted a steady crowd thanks to the efforts of dozens of member/volunteers.
The Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival was held Sunday at Kaneland High School in Maple Park. Many crafters, artists and performers were on hand to entertain. The Mime Company (right) from Chicago perform a piece called “Skydiving.”
KANELAND—Much like last year, the Knight nine are taking care of business as the calendar turns pages on the season.
KANELAND—Lady Knights softball continues to hit, which may give groans to opponents that see the Kaneland lineup on its upcoming schedule.
DIXON—Interstate 88’s corridor wields some talented girls track rosters, and Kaneland’s intent was to join that group after Friday’s Dixon Invite.
ELBURN—Elburn resident Wynette Edwards, a director of the Hunger Resource Network, was part of an effort in March to distribute more than 61,000 pounds of chicken to more than 40 agencies.
Girl Scouts host celebration with Radio Disney
Dekalb—In honor of 100 years of Girl Scouting, Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois (GSNI) will host a family-friendly Centennial Celebration on Saturday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the NIU Convocation Center, 1525 W. Lincoln Highway in DeKalb.
KANELAND—The Kaneland Community Fine Arts Festival will continue its tradition of showcasing the artwork of Kaneland students, as well as celebrating the professional visual and performing arts, on Sunday, April 22, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The 8th annual Dewey Dash was held on Sunday.
Kaneland soccer enjoying unbeaten stretch
KANELAND—In spite of injuries, Kaneland soccer is remaining a tough team to battle.