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Negative charge: ACC ousts Kaneland boys

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SYCAMORE—Turns out, the 26th contest of the year for Knights boys hoops for 2010-11 was its last.

A season that had area faithful wondering how second-year coach Brian Johnson’s roster could adjust with losses like Dave Dudzinski and Ryley Bailey, ended with a 17-9 record after a 63-53 loss to third-seeded Aurora Central Catholic on March 2.

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Lady Knights take third in Rockton

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ROCKTON, Ill.—Here’s a way to measure your early-season progress in girls’ track: Compete at a 24-team Track Classic.

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Krier places 1st at NSPA

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KANELAND—The Kaneland Krier, the student newspaper of Kaneland High School, won a first-place award from the National Scholastic Press Association, which gave the publication two marks of distinction for exemplary work: one in coverage and content and the other in leadership.

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Candidates see commercial growth as key to Sugar Grove’s future

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Sugar Grove—A balanced budget and attracting new businesses to Sugar Grove were issues agreed upon by candidates running for village trustee at a candidate forum last week.

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Rocking the Reading Cafe

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Kaneland—Enter the Reading Cafe at Blackberry Creek Elementary School on the second floor overlooking the library, and you won’t see a typical classroom, or library for that matter.

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First conference crown since ‘82 highlights huge boys hoops win

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ROCHELLE—There have been plenty of things that have gone out of style since 1982, like Intellivision, Pac-Man and Valley Girl-speak.

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Former Knight Dudzinski All-Rookie selection for Holy Cross Crusaders

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WORCESTER, Mass.—Holy Cross freshman forward Dave Dudzinski (Elburn, Ill.) was chosen to the All-Rookie team this week, as voted by the conference’s head coaches.

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KHS group honors Civil War history with trip to Virginia

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KANELAND—Few activities can hammer home the importance of a school subject matter like a field trip. And when that trip is to a state on the East Coast, then you’re talking about a one-of-a-kind learning experience.

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KHS Knights win lucky 7th in a row

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YORKVILLE—Judging from the score by quarters, you could argue Yorkville outplayed the Knights boys basketball squad on Friday night.

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Evers heads NIB-12 hoops first team

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KANELAND—Even though the Kaneland girls basketball season came to an end 10 days ago, the good news was still able to pour in on Tuesday.

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Boyle breaks out at wrestling Sectional

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KANELAND—It’s familiar territory for Knights heavyweight Jimmy Boyle.

Familiar but exceptional territory for the senior, who now goes to the IHSA Class 2A State tournament at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Ill., this weekend.

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Andrews, Callaghan and Serpa partake in busy signing month

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KANELAND—How good was the Class of 2011 group that kept finding the endzone for Kaneland football?

Ask three very lucky institutions of higher learning.

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Coach Heiss wins No. 500

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DES PLAINES, Ill.—Waubonsee Community College’s Dave Heiss joined a select group on Thursday in Des Plaines, Ill.

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Girls basketball ride stopped by group of Warriors

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KANELAND—The Lady Knights saw their regular season end on Thursday in Rochelle by a final of 61-52, and then with a 30-27 loss on Monday at St. Francis High School in Wheaton, Ill., saw their playoff quest come to an end.

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Merger keeps people reading

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ELBURN—Every day, three to five large canvas bags arrive at the Elburn Town and Country Library. They are filled with books that patrons have ordered through interlibrary loan.

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