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School Board talks advertising on KHS football scoreboard, other areas by Tony Scott KANELAND—Advertising on the new Kaneland High School football field scoreboard and other areas was the topic of a lengthy discussion during Monday’s Kaneland School Board meeting. Following the discussion, Associate Superintendent Jule-Ann Fuchs said she would bring back to the next meeting…

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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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Kaneland Foundation golf outing Sept. 17

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KANELAND—The Kaneland Foundation’s annual golf outing will take place Thursday, Sept. 17, at Bliss Creek Golf Course in Sugar Grove. For more information or to receive a registration form, contact Beth Sterkel at (630) 365-8295 or email beth.sterkel@kaneland.org. Online registration is now open at www.kaneland.org under the Webstore tab. The Kaneland Foundation is a non-profit…

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Rich Harvest ramps up for Western Amateur

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Photo: Kyle Jones, 2015 Western Amateur competitor. File Photo SUGAR GROVE—A second large-scale national tournament will tee off at Rich Harvest Farms later this summer. After last month’s Palmer Cup, the Sugar Grove golf club will host the Western Golf Association’s 2015 Western Amatuer Aug. 3-8. Beginning in 1899, the tournament has been a launching…

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Golf courses say ‘rain rain, go away!’

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Rain dampens links in June ELBURN, SUGAR GROVE—According to the National Weather Service, the Kaneland area received 11.31 inches of rain in June—nearly 7 inches above normal. Indoors, many area low-standing homes and lots of basements have suffered flooding. Outdoors, it’s had a big effect on local golf courses. “When it rains on the weekends,…

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Konovodoff named to All-National Team

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AURORA—Sugar Grove resident Martha Konovodoff, who completed her sophomore year at Rosary High School in Aurora in May, has been named to the All-National Team by the Junior Volleyball Association. The award recognizes the top JVA-member club players in the nation (ages 15-18) for outstanding achievement on the volleyball court. The 48 student-athletes chosen are…

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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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Rich Harvest Farms hosts the Palmer Cup

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Arnold Palmer on hand for opening ceremonies SUGAR GROVE—Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove last week hosted the world’s 20 best collegiate players to play in the Palmer Cup, the 18th annual Ryder Cup-style amateur tournament named in honor of the legendary Arnold Palmer. Adding to the excitement of the event, Palmer attended the opening…

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The Kaneland varsity football team took part in Northern Illinois University’s 7 on 7 Camp Saturday. Senior Tyler Paulson catches a pass and takes it in for a touchdown. Senior Tanner Robertsen hauls in a pass for a touchdown. The Kaneland defense lines up against Grayslake North High School for more football training.

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Fedderly to join UW-Platteville

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PLATTEVILLE, WISC.—The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Pioneer football team announced its 2015 recruiting class, including Connor Fedderly from Kaneland High School. Fedderly plans on pursuing a career in accounting at UW-Platteville and will play wide receiver. While performing all four years on varsity level at Kaneland, Fedderly earned first team All State, First Team All Conference,…

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PGA’s next big thing

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SUGAR GROVE, IL - SEPTEMBER 18: The General clubhouse on the Rich Harvest Golf Links Course, on September 18, 2005 in Sugar Grove, Illinois, United States  (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)

Rich Harvest Farms to host 2 major events this summer SUGAR GROVE—The future competitors on the PGA Tour are likely to be spotted competing at two major amateur tournaments at Rich Harvest Farms this summer: the Palmer Cup June 12-14 and the Western Amateur Aug. 3-8. “A lot of these players are the next big…

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Neahring to be inducted into coaches Hall of Fame

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BLOOMINGTON, Ill.—The Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) has announced that it will be inducting long-time Kaneland coach Ken Neahring into its Hall of Fame in a ceremony to be held at the Bone Center at Illinois State University on Saturday, May 2. A former physical education and driver’s education teacher, he is being inducted as…

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Building a Bronco legacy

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Sugar Grove native Fleck earns MAC Coach of the Year honors, contract extension in 2nd year with Western Michigan University KALAMAZOO, MICH.—After leading the biggest turnaround in Mid-American Conference (MAC) history, it’s no surprise that P.J. Fleck was recently signed to a six-year contract extension as Western Michigan’s head football coach, and named 2014 MAC…

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