AURORA—Kaneland closed out the regular season Friday with a big come-from-behind win over Rochelle to lock up the Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference Championship. The Knights followed that by opening the post season with a huge 39-point victory over host Illinois Math and Science Academy (IMSA).
Moderated by Keith Beebe, Editor of the Elburn Herald
Filmed Wednesday, February 13 at the Elburn and Countryside Community Center
The final Winter Band Concert of the season was held at the Kaneland High School Auditorium on Feb. 12. The performance was directed by band teacher Aaron Pucket.
KANE COUNTY—Members of the Kane County Sheriff’s Office and DEA presented a seminar on the illegal use of prescription drugs on Feb. 13 at Kaneland High School.
SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Police Department recently invested in its mission, “To affirmatively promote a feeling of security and safety for every member of our community,” with the addition of three Ford Interceptors, a vehicle specifically designed for law enforcement professionals.
The Mr. Kaneland event was held on Friday, February 15 in the Kaneland High School Auditorium. The Mr. Kaneland event was created by Kaneland Peer Leadership to raise money for the Delnor Center for Breast Health.
Goress wins state title for 1st KHS wrestling crown in 20 years
KANELAND—Kaneland last saw one of its wrestlers crowned an individual state champion before current KHS senior Dan Goress was born.
BURLINGTON—It was almost a comeback for the ages.
Instead, it’s a feeling of sadness that will last the offseason.
KANELAND—A trip to Dixon, Ill., was just what the doctor ordered.
After a five-game losing streak that would make anyone ill, the Knight boys hoops squad traveled to their Northern Illinois Big XII crossover rival and beat the host Dukes by a final of 76-62 on Saturday.
Kaneland—KHS senior pitcher Blake Sowell on Feb. 14 signed a letter of intent, accepting an athletic scholarship to play baseball for the Clarke University Crusaders.
MAPLE PARK—Maple Park Police Chief Mike Acosta on Feb. 5 presented the Village Board with the Police Department’s Law Enforcement Torch Run Gold Award.
ELBURN—Kaneland High School student Jeremy Faivre wasn’t sure what he would find at the Elburn Community Congregational United Church of Christ two years ago, when his mom suggested they begin attending church there.
Three wrestlers punch State ticket
KANELAND—It wasn’t 1994 or 2012 levels, but the KHS wrestling squad will take the sectional output.
O’Herron outscores Indians by lonesome in 50-14 result
BURLINGTON—You wouldn’t know the Kaneland Lady Knights had a week-long layoff by Tuesday night’s regional performance.
It turns out Sandwich High School didn’t know what hit it after Tuesday night.
Boys basketball losing streak hits 4
KANELAND—Most teams hit a stretch of the season where it seems like a win can’t be bought.
Currently, Kaneland is in that quagmire, but time still remains to get back to the torrid winning levels of December and January.
SUGAR GROVE—A heavy, unseasonable rainstorm wasn’t enough to prevent more than a hundred people from attending Sugar Grove Village President Sean Michels’ campaign kickoff fundraiser at Bliss Creek Golf Course’s Pine Room on Jan. 29.
SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove village president candidate Kevin Geary hosted a Town Hall meeting on Jan. 31 in order to meet with village citizens and field their questions and concerns.
KHS grapplers have fine 2nd-place showing in Sycamore
KANELAND—If it weren’t for the hosts, KHS could brag even more. But KHS isn’t the bragging type of team; it is more the diligent worker-type.
Girls secure NIB12 win in Yorkville, smash IMSA
KANELAND—At the very least, Kaneland girls basketball won’t be headed into the season’s homestretch on the way down.
KHS stands at 14-6 as home stretch beckons
KANELAND—The good news is Kaneland hasn’t felt what it’s like to be on the losing end of many games this season.