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KHS lockdown lifted

Kaneland High School officials said Thursday afternoon that a lockdown has been lifted following the discovery of suspicious material that had been found in a hallway. According to the statement released just after 2:30 p.m., KHS was placed in lockdown at 12:22 p.m., and with assistance of the Kane County Sheriff’s Department, it was determined… Keep Reading


Tennis’ trajectory still skyward

KANELAND—This has been an impressive season for KHS tennis by any stretch of the imagination. The 13-2 dual record has been made more impressive by the Lady Knights powering through the sometimes inclement weather, which has infringed on practice time at points. Keep Reading


Yonkovich shoots to Sectional for KHS golf

Despite a sixth-place finish in the IHSA Class 2A Regional at the Highlands of Elgin golf course, the Knights’ sophomore talent Matt Yonkovich emerged as an advancing individual and heads to the sectional hosted by Wheaton Academy out at Pheasant Run in St. Charles on Tuesday, Oct. 10. Keep Reading

It seemed like everyone had a big play in them on Friday. Even when a second-half play looked to be going sour, it ended up sweet. Quinn Buschbacher (22) extended a play on a pass for 32 yards, but fumbled. However, Kyle Pollastrini helped his fellow wideout with a recovery. Jesse Balluff found the end zone to give KHS the lead for good on the next play.

Comeback city

Knights overcome 17-point second-half deficit in Barb-land DEKALB, Ill.—DeKalb Barbs football, as exhibited by the first playoff run since 1989 a season ago, is much improved. Keep Reading


Conflicts surface between Valente, Board

KANELAND—Kaneland School Board member Tony Valente on Monday expressed his displeasure with the high school’s test scores during the past two years, and Superintendent Jeff Schuler’s recent contract extension, when he read from a prepared statement at the beginning of the School Board meeting. Keep Reading

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