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KHS announces 2015 fall sports accolades

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KANELAND—The Kaneland athletic department recently released a list of its 2015 fall sports all conference honorees. All Conference athletes: Boys cross country: Matt Richtman, Austin Kintz, Sean Spaetzel Girls cross country: Brianna Bower, Noelle Espino, Grace Purcell, Tessa Brennan Football: First team: Andrew Kray, Jake Marczuk, Isaish Baerenklau, Mitchel Groen, Tanner Robertsen Honorable mention: Tyler…

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Soccer closes season

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HAMPSHIRE—Kaneland wasn’t supposed to beat Fenton. The Bison were the No. 2 seed in the Class 2A Hampshire Regional while the Knights were No. 6. Still, there the Knights were, shutting the Bison out after 63 minutes of soccer and just 17 minutes away from a 1-0 victory on Tuesday afternoon. Then, behind the powerful…

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Loss sees conference dreams end

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Loss to Fenton in Regional ends season MAPLE PARK—Kaneland had a chance of winning a Northern Illinois Big 12 East Conference title when it hosted Yorkville in the regular season finale on Thursday, Oct. 15. The Knights didn’t seize the opportunity though, fighting through chilly and windy conditions in Maple Park and struggling in a…

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Knights have late-season momentum

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Photo: Junior Angel Escontrias and the Knights soccer team went 2-1 in its games last week. The team has just one more regular season game left tonight against Yorkville before heading to the Regional. File Photo KANELAND—Every team hopes to be playing at its best by the time the postseason arrives The Knights soccer team…

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Stalemate

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Knights earn ties against Foxes, Golden Warriors YORKVILLE—You can’t count on your goalkeeper to make every save. Andrew Mathys made all but one on Tuesday, and it allowed Kaneland to escape Yorkville with a 1-1 tie in a Northern Illinois Big 12 East conference game. “I’ve got to thank Mathys,” Knights senior Andy Tovar said.…

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Big turnaround

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Distance does the trick, Knights go 4-1 on week CEDARBURG, WIS.—The Knights boys soccer team played its best soccer of the season a year ago after making a weekend trip to Rock Island. This year, it appears as if the Knights began playing at their best prior to their annual trip, this time to Cedarburg,…

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Bad bounces, bad luck

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Knights hope Wisc. trip produces repeat of 2014 fortunes KANELAND—Last year in early October, the Kaneland boys soccer team took a weekend trip to Rock Island, and it turned its season around—the Knights won nine of their final 12 games, including a regional title. They’re hoping for a similar experience as they head to Cedarburg,…

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Knights soccer tallies first win of season

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KANELAND—A busy week that saw some positives and negatives culminated with the first victory of the season for the Kaneland boys soccer team. The Knights (1-3-1) blanked Hinckley-Big Rock, 3-0, on Friday afternoon in Maple Park. “It felt really good to get that one, and the boys needed that, especially after playing against so many…

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Early hole

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Knights start 0-2-1 KANELAND—It hasn’t been the kind of start that Kaneland wanted. The Knights are 0-2 against opponents and 0-2 against Mother Nature. They lost their season opener Aug. 26, a 1-0 decision to West Aurora in Maple Park. They also dropped their first game in the Jacobs Tournament on Friday, 3-1 to Prairie…

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2015 Fall Sports Preview: Follow me to success

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Senior leadership huge strength for Kaneland soccer KANELAND—Kaneland didn’t necessarily need to get out of Dodge last year, but leaving Maple Park for a weekend tournament in Rockford, Ill., seemingly turned its season around as the Knights won nine of their final 12 games, including a regional title. While an overnight weekend tournament may have…

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Knights Under the Lights Aug. 20

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KANELAND—The Kaneland Sports Boosters first fundraising event of the year, the annual Knights Under the Lights scrimmage, is set for Thursday, Aug. 20, at Peterson Field. It’ll be the the first chance to check out the brand-new scoreboard (above), get introduced to all of the Kaneland High School fall sports teams, and take part in…

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Mandatory Parent Meeting for Fall Sports

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The Kaneland High School fall sport parent meeting will be held on Monday, Aug. 10, in the KHS Auditorium. Athletic Director Peter Goff will begin with a “State of the Knight” presentation at 7 p.m., followed by breakout sessions for individual fall sports. Fall sports 1st practice times/locations • Cheerleading: Aug. 12; 8-10 a.m., balcony…

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IHSA releases classifications for 2015-16 school year

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BLOOMINGTON, Ill.—The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) released the classifications breakdown for the 2015-16, and Kaneland will not see any changes to their sports landscape from the 2014-15 season. • Baseball: 3A (four classes) • Basketball (boys and girls): 3A (four classes) • Cross Country (boys and girls): 2A (three classes) • Cheerleading: Middle (three…

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KHS announces All Conference honorees for fall season

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Ninety athletes also earn academic honors KANELAND—Thirty-four Kaneland High School athletes earned All Conference honors—either first team or honorable mention—for the 2014 fall sports season. In addition, 90 Knights were honored for their academic achievement during their time as student-athletes. In addition to the honors from the Northern Illinois Big XII conference, these Kaneland athletes…

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Soccer picks up 3rd regional title in 5 seasons

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Loss to Wheaton Academy in sectional ends season KANELAND—Kaneland soccer can only take what the yearly calendar gives them, but in this 2014 season, the Knights followed the odd trend of winning a regional plaque in the last three even-numbered seasons. On Friday, the Class 2A Burlington Central Regional title match saw No. 2 Kaneland…

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Packing a regional punch

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Photo: Ivan Bohorquez (right) stepped up for the Knights in the second half of their Burlington Central Regional win over Sycamore. The senior had two unassisted goals. Photo by Laura Gampfer Soccer’s semifinal win at BC BURLINGTON, ILL.—It took a while to get going, but Kaneland’s cleats found footing on the pitch. Not only could…

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True Norse

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Thorbjornsen bringing lift to Knights soccer KANELAND—Nesodden is a town in southern Norway, not far from Oslo, the capital. It’s also where, after the standard eligibility wait, the Kaneland Knights soccer team secured its latest find. With the soccer team now in double-digit wins after a mediocre start, play from a gelling roster has been…

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