Kaneland—While the pins stopped falling after Saturday’s IHSA Sectional hosted by Schaumburg High School, Kaneland’s senior-laden lineup was able to see hard work pay off on Jan. 30 in the final dual opportunity of the year.
SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Food Pantry volunteers on Jan. 24 were honored for their service by Mamie’s Toffee of Plano.
No need for last-second magic against Sterling
KANELAND—No mad celebrations on the floor were needed this time.
Lady Knights drop tussle to Sterling
KANELAND—It wouldn’t be a nice way to end the season, but for KHS girls basketball, the beginning of the end won’t even start for another two weeks.
SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Fire Department on Jan. 6 held a surprise party for Assistant Fire Chief Wayne Parson in honor of his 40th year working for the Fire Protection District.
David’s clutch 3 beats rival Sycamore; KHS also downs L-P
KANELAND—Your boys basketball team is 11-6, 5-1 in the Northern Illinois Big XII setting, and 10-2 in its last 12 contests.
Kaneland’s 145-pound entry, Dan Goress, wins NIB-12 bracket
SYCAMORE—Seeing what the rest of the Northern Illinois Big XII Conference can offer provides a nice opportunity.
KHS girls drop pair at Sycamore, L-P
Kaneland—Kaneland girls basketball went through a weekend they’d like to have back, or not go through again.
Montgomery neighborhood lights lanterns for Newtown victims
MONTGOMERY—Just a few days prior to Christmas, a neighborhood in Montgomery held a memorial for the 26 victims who lost their lives in the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting that occurred on Dec. 14.
KANELAND—Tuesday evening in Maple Park was exhibit “A” on how fortunes can change on a dime.
KANELAND—Eight out of 10 isn’t bad.
Outside of two setbacks at last month’s Plano Christmas Classic, the Knights don’t have a blemish on the slate since junior guard Drew David saw his way back into the lineup from injury.
KANELAND—Fourth time is a charm for local wrestlers.
For the fourth straight season, KHS wrestling was crowned king of its own mat at the Margarett Flott Memorial Tournament held in Maple Park on Saturday.
Comeback win over Rochelle evens KHS conference mark
by Mike Slodki
KANELAND—Bouncing back from adversity could be the difference in later games this season, and Kaneland girls basketball put it into practice this past Friday and Saturday as the calendar switched to 2013.
Wrestlers battle through Sycamore Invite field, stifle Rochelle
KANELAND—Nothing like a tough Sycamore Invite and a Northern Illinois Big XII battle against a familiar foe to measure your team’s progress.
KANELAND—The silver-and-black-clad Knights are making good on committing to excellence in 2013.
A Court of Honor ceremony was held for Eagle Scout Michael John Aderman on Saturday at St. Gall Catholic Church in Elburn.
he Elburn Lions host Bingo every Friday night at the clubhouse, 500 Filmore Ave. Proceeds go toward Elburn Lions Charities for the sight and hearing impaired.
Elburn Lions Club rallies to bridge gaps in literacy
ELBURN—Immersed in communities since 1917, the Lions Club International Foundation is the world’s largest community service organization with an emphasis on supporting the blind and visually impaired.
PLANO—Kaneland boys basketball is slowly but surely gelling again.
At the 50th running of the Plano Christmas Classic, that reality stood as an ominous warning to some teams and a statement of fact to the teams that bested the Knights.
DeKalb gathering lifts KHS; sees dual mark at 10-11
KANELAND—A usual late-December stop offered a glimpse as to what caliber the Knight wrestling squad is at right now.