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Silverstars are golden

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The fifth-grade Kaneland Silverstars took home the championship trophy at the Grayslake tournament Feb. 23. This was the end of the season for the girls whose record was 24-5 overall. Pictured (from left) are Kelsey Modaff, Chloe Conley, Taylor Carlson, Kylie Holubecki, Nora Crimmins, Delaney Lancaster, Abby Peeler and Mya Saltijeral. The team was coached…

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Hawks honor two local high school seniors

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GENEVA—The Fox Valley Hawks honored its seniors Sunday, which included an Elburn and a Sugar Grove resident. Kaneland senior and Elburn resident Mike Potvin, an assistant captain and left wing, started playing hockey at age four, plans to attend Waubonsee Community College next year. Mike Hill, a Sugar Grove resident and senior at Aurora Central…

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3-on-3 tournament registration open

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SUGAR GROVE—Registration is open for Kaneland Youth Basketball’s fourth annual President’s Day 3-on-3 tournament. The tournament is hosted at Harter Middle School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 17. Registration is $20 per team. There are fourth through eighth grade divisions, as well as boys and girls divisions. There will also be A &…

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Wasco girls fastpitch registration

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WASCO—Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball Leauge (WGFSL) registration for the Spring/Summer season is underway. Registration is open to all girls from kindergarten through 12th grade. Games are played in the evenings and some Saturdays in St. Charles. Practices start in April and conclude late June or early July. Players may register online at WascoFastpitch.com, download a…

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Wasco baseball registration now open

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WASCO—Online registration is now open for the spring 2014 Wasco baseball season. There are opportunities for kids from five years of age through high schoolers, with registration starting at $150. Hat, jersey, socks, and baseball pants are included in the registration fee. Because safety is their highest priority, the organiztion provides quality equipment such as…

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Photo: Kaneland Cagers win Sycamore Shootout

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The 8th-grade Kaneland Cagers won the inaugural Sycamore Force Shootout this past weekend. Brian Bartholomew (front, left to right), Rhett Espe, Kyle Stuart and Matt Olson. Asst. coach Brian Claesson (back), Luke Gomes, Jack Douglas, Garrett Hukle, Blake Feiza, Mathew Gombar and head coach DJ Cleinmark (not pictured: Josh Marczuk). Photo submitted by Heather Espe…

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Blackberry Township working to renew lease on Elburn Youth Baseball field

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BLACKBERRY TWP.—The Blackberry Township Board hopes to renegotiate a lease that will allow Elburn Youth Baseball to continue playing at McNair Field. The previous lease negotiated between Blackberry Township and Burr Ridge company Transmission Relay Corporation had lasted 10 years. The lease granted local athletic leagues the use of five of the corporation’s 20 acres…

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Softball tryouts, clinics approaching fast

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WASCO—Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball (WGFSL) registration for the 2014 Spring/Summer season begins Wednesday, Jan. 1. Registration is open to all girls from kindergarten through 12th grade. There are no out-of-district fees. Players develop their skills with the emphasis on fun. Games are played in the evenings and some Saturdays in St. Charles. Practices start in…

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KUSC wears pink to take on cancer

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KANELAND—The Kaneland United Soccer Club held a Think Pink fundraiser in October to raise money and awareness for cancer. Two local residents of the Kaneland community, Matt Olson and Bridget Sweeney, both battling a cancer diagnosis, were the recipients of the club’s proceeds. The club sold pink spirit wear to its players and at the…

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Photo: Dodgers win

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WASCO—The Wasco competitive Major team Dodgers won the championship game verses the Brewers in a well-pitched defensive battle between the two teams Oct. 20 in Wasco. The Dodgers were able to score two runs with timely hitting and base running to win the game 2-0. The team included Victor Krause (front row, from left), Cody…

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Kaneland Youth Competitive Cheer qualifies for State

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The Kaneland Youth Competitive Cheer team ended its regular season by earning a bid to the State competition in December. The team is in its second year of existence and is comprised of girls in grades 6-8 from the Kaneland community. Preparation for this season began in the summer. The team practiced between two and…

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Three softball signings at KHS

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Three Kaneland High School softball standouts signed with three separate universities on Nov. 13 in the KHS library in front of their teammates, families and coaches. Lauren Zick signed with St. John’s University in Queens, N.Y., Lexi Roach signed with Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio, and Lanie Callaghan signed with Valparaiso University in Valparaiso,…

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Lightning quick

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Photo: Kaneland Knights fans know Lauren Zick: Track Athlete. But the senior has verbally committed to play softball for St. John’s University, located in Queens, N.Y. Speedy on the track as well as the basepaths, Zick plays softball for the New Lenox Lightning, and runs for the KHS track and field team in the spring.…

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‘Pretty In Pink’ Champs

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The 14U Wasco Team 4 won first place in the Susan G. Komen “Pretty in Pink” tournament last weekend, sponsored by Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball League. Grace Sobieski threw five perfect innings, stole five bases, and closed the 3rd inning with a double play. Kate Gill threw two innings allowing only one hit. Liv Doyle,…

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Wasco Fastpitch looks for crafters

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WASCO—Crafters are wnated for the fourth annual Susan G. Komen “Pretty in Pink” softball tournament October 19 and 20 at the Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball fields in St. Charles. The organization is seeking local exhibitors of items such as sport memorabilia, holiday items and decorations, jewelry, fashion items and items for females ages 5-18. For…

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