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Softball finished by Sycamore

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SYCAMORE—Maybe the scales were tipping to Sycamore all long.

After slaughtering the Lady Spartans in their first meeting, Kaneland Lady Knights softball dealt with 16 innings of action in a tight 2-1 win three weeks ago. It all led up to the Class 2A Sycamore Regional final on Saturday morning, where the third-seeded hosts beat the top-seeded KHS roster 6-3 to claim the regional.

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Photo gallery: 2010 Elburn Memorial Day Service

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Elburn Mayor David Anderson (left) and U.S. Congressman Bill Foster listen to speeches during the Memorial Day ceremony at Blackberry Cemetery on Monday, May 31.

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More than 800 graduates receive degrees from WCC

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Sugar Grove—Waubonsee Community College awarded degrees to 806 graduates at the college’s 2010 commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 20.

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KHS trackster Patterson vaults to 10th place finish at State finals

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CHARLESTON—Brooke Patterson wasn’t a perfect 10 this weekend, but that number put her in a pretty nice place.

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KHS falls to Hampshire in season-ender

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KANELAND—In Monday’s regional opener play-in game against fifth-seeded Hampshire, the fourth-seeded Knights were bombarded by opposing offense and failed fundamentals.

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McCormick looks back, ahead

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KANELAND—If one word could be used to describe Kaneland School District during Superintendent Charlie McCormick’s 16 years with it, that word would be “growing.” One word best describes how McCormick dealt with that issue, “planning.”

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Students say moms are best in town

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SUGAR GROVE—Three local mothers received a special honor just before Mother’s Day, winning the Best Moms in Town contest.

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KHS baseball keeps hitting at 21 wins

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KANELAND—Kaneland baseball hit the 20-win mark once again and found itself with a chance at Western Sun Conference-glory if things tumble in the right direction.

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Soccer takes regional opener with 2-0 knockout

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AURORA—Better the second half than not at all.

A scoreless first half for Kaneland soccer in the semifinal of the Class 2A Rosary Regional had the 15-2-5 Lady Knights flummoxed against the fourth-seeded Aurora Central Catholic Lady Chargers.

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Skip Mennerick Memorial Concert set for May 27

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Elburn—Friends of Skip Mennerick, an Elburn resident who died in October, are holding a memorial concert in his honor on Thursday, May 27, at 7 p.m., at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles.

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Rich Harvest Farms recognized for environmental excellence

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SUGAR GROVE—The Rich Harvest Farms golf course recently achieved designation as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, an Audubon International program.

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Teacher spearheaded Young Authors

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KANELAND—The longstanding Young Authors program for K-8 Kaneland students owed its start to teacher Barb Romack, who is retiring after 37 years with the district.

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