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3-on-3 fever at old KMS

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MAPLE PARK—Kaneland Youth Basketball League presents the second annual 3-on-3 Presidents Day Tourney for boys and girls on Monday, Feb. 20, at the old Kaneland Middle School. Create your own team of boys and girls from fourth through eighth grade.

Kids get a four-game guarantee with eight-minute games, with trophies for the champions. The price is $20 per player. Go to www.kanelandbasketball.org to register.

Maple Park registration open online, or in person

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MAPLE PARK—Maple Park Baseball, Softball and T-Ball registration is now open for the 2012 season. To register, visit the Maple Park baseball website at mapleparkbaseball.net, or walk-in registration will be available on Saturday, Jan. 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Maple Park Civic Center. Children ages 4-14 are welcome to join. The registration deadline is Feb. 24.

Softball signup in Wasco

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WASCO—Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball is a recreational softball league open to all area girls from kindergarten through 12th grade.

The spring/summer registration begins Sunday, Jan. 1, with the season starting in April and going to late June/early July.

Fall Ball registration starts July 1, 2012 with the season starting in August and concluding in October. There are also 10U-12U-14U All-Star teams. Fees are the same regardless of where you live—no “out-of-district” fees.

More info can be found at www.wascofastpitch.com or the hotline at (630) 513-1200.

Fitness Fun Class in Elburn this winter

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ELBURN—Is it too cold for the kids to go out to play? Come to Fitness Fun Class.

This class teaches young children stretching, strengthening, gross motor skills, and balance, thru a variety of games, activities, and sports.

The goal is to inspire young children to grow up loving physical activity and feeling good about fitness and themselves.

The class is scheduled for every Wednesday from Jan. 4- Feb. 8, 2012, from either 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. or 1:15 to 2:15 p.m., for boys and girls ages 4-6 without parent.

The class takes place at Elburn and Countryside Community Center with coordinators Karin Marshall and Laura Molitor and costs $60 per session. Go to www.kanelandbasketball.org to register.

KYSO signup a couple clicks away

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ELBURN—Soccer enthusiasts between the ages of 4 and 17 years old can register online to play the KYSO spring season, which runs from April 28 through June 9. The registration deadline is Jan. 31, 2012. The fee, which includes a jersey, shorts and socks, is $85 for the first player and $60 for additional players from the same family. Register at www.kanelandyouthsoccer.com.

KYSO has open registration that serves players across northern Illinois. KYSO philosophy means everyone gets to play, coaches use positive coaching and training, and sportsmanship is promoted both on and off the field. All practices and games are located to the east of Kaneland High School.

Consider coaching your child’s team. Training is provided. Registration accommodates special needs players from ages 5-16, who play with “Buddy” assistance. The fee is $35.

KYSO signup a couple clicks away

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Soccer enthusiasts between the ages of 4 and 17 years old can register online to play the KYSO Spring Season, which runs from April 28 through June 9. The registration deadline is Jan. 31, 2012. The fee, which includes a jersey, shorts and socks, is $85 for the first player and $60 for additional players from the same family. Register at www.kanelandyouthsoccer.com.

KYSO has open registration that serves players across northern Illinois. KYSO philosophy means everyone gets to play, coaches use positive coaching and training, and sportsmanship is promoted both on and off the field. All practices and games are located to the east of Kaneland High School.

Consider coaching your child’s team. Training is provided. Registration accommodates special needs players from ages 5-16, who play with “Buddy” assistance. The fee is $35.

White Knights of the gridiron

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The Kaneland Youth Football league’s White Knights 9U took first place in the MYFC conference tournament. Team members are, front row (from left): Kolby Roye, Max Gagne, Trevor Carlson, Will Giffney, Jimmy Marczuk, Ryan Vanplew, Guy Sreenan, Will Niedzwiecki; Middle row: Tom Eberhardt, Carter Johnson, Max Drancik, Zack Beatty; back row: Water Girl Nicole Sreenan, Andrew Lindow, Mason Sweeney, Colton Doll, Ben Durbala, Seth Nosek, Connor Collins, Bryce Ebert; last row: Head Coach Danny Sreenan, Coach Brian Beatty, Coach Brian Roye. Not Pictured is Coach Scott Niedzwiecki, and Hans Griesinger. Courtesy Photo

Informational meeting for Kaneland Travel Baseball Feeder Program Dec. 7

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The first-ever informational meeting concerning the Kaneland Travel Baseball Feeder Program is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Kaneland High School Library.

The meeting will discuss: Information in regards to the start of the 2013 Summer Travel Baseball Teams for U-10 through U-14, philosophy, guidelines, and general information and the direction of the high school baseball feeder programs and the endorsement of the high school baseball program and coaches.

The Meeting will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 7, in the High School Library at 7 p.m. Parents and coaches are encouraged to be in attendance to find out about the future direction of the new feeder system by the State Champion Kaneland Knights Baseball Program.

If you have questions about the meeting, contact Brian Aversa at Brian.Aversa@kaneland.org.

First place for U10

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The Kaneland Knights U10 boys soccer team took first place at the Glen Ellyn Fall Classic last month. In four games, the Knights scored 24 goals, while allowing only one. The Knights play in the NISL’s Gold1 Division. Front row, left to right: Samy Awad, Zach Smith,Alexander Webster, Tommy Musaras, Connor Collins and Tucker Jahns. Back row, left to right: Jacob Simmons, Matthew Northrop,Erik Barragan, Alexander Miles ,Tyler Chapman and coach Brad Simmons. Courtesy Photo

Maple Park Youth basketball holds sign-up

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MAPLE PARK—The Maple Park Youth Basketball Program for third-through-eighth grade boys runs from mid-January through mid-March. Registration is open through Saturday, Nov. 12. Forms are available at the Maple Park Library and are also posted on the village of Maple Park’s website.

For more information on signup, call Scott Willis at (630) 621-0736.

Knights Wrestling Club to the mat

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Knights Wrestling Club holds registration on Thursday, Oct. 13, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 15, from 9 a.m. to noon at the KHS Cafeteria. First-year participants must bring a copy of birth certificate.

The first practice is Monday, Nov. 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., with a parents’ meeting from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Second- through eighth-graders are eligible, with younger wrestlers considered.

Interested assistant coaches should contact Coach Kenyeri at registration. There will be a mandatory introductory meeting for coaches.

If you have any questions, contact Steve Kenyeri at (630) 854-9625.

Elburn hoops holds signup

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Elburn Basketball currently has three open registrations for the following programs:
• Third through Eighth Grade Girls Basketball—The Girls In-House program is a developmental and recreational league, running mid-October through early-December. The program is open to all children in the community. All participants, regardless of ability level, will be placed on a team. There will be some out-of-district games scheduled for the seventh and eighth grade girls In-House teams. This league is recreational.
• First and Second Grade Little Dribblers Basketball for Girls and Boys. This is a 3-on-3 basketball teaching program designed to instruct children on basketball fundamentals.
• All-Star Sports Instruction: Super Sports Ages 4-6 years old.This class teaches kids teamwork and sportsmanship. Sports covered include basketball, hockey, soccer, baseball, dodgeball and kickball.

More information or link to register can be found at www.elburnbasketball.com.

Elburn hoops holding signup

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Elburn Basketball currently has three open registrations for the following programs:

• Third through Eighth Grade Girls Basketball—The Girls In-House program is a developmental and recreational league, running mid-October through early-December. The program is open to all children in the community. All participants, regardless of ability level, will be placed on a team. There will be some out of district games scheduled for the seventh and eighth grade girls In-House teams. This league is recreational, with emphasis on development and fun.

• First and Second Grade Little Dribblers Basketball for Girls and Boys. This is an innovative 3-on-3 basketball teaching program designed to instruct children on proper basketball fundamentals in a fun and entertaining way.

• All-Star Sports Instruction: Super Sports Ages 4-6 years old.This class teaches kids the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship while attempting to spark an interest in kids to play a variety of sports. Sports covered include basketball, hockey, soccer, baseball, dodge ball and kickball.

More information or link to register can be found at www.elburnbasketball.com.

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