KANELAND—It’s a given that any Northern Illinois Big XII matchup on the soccer pitch is the furthest thing from a guarantee, regardless of record.
YORKVILLE—It wasn’t a good time for the first Northern Illinois Big XII loss of the 2012 campaign, nor was it to the expected team.
Kaneland—In Northern Illinois Big XII action, every win is of paramount importance on the soccer field.
KANELAND—No matter the competition, it looks like Kaneland is getting used to performing at a certain level.
No longer a pushover against teams like Geneva and handling its other current rivals, the Knights continued their season with a 9-1 win against Illinois Math and Science Academy in Maple Park on Thursday before playing to a 0-0 tie against DeKalb on Tuesday.
KHS has just 1 loss through 6 contest
KANELAND—It looks like the Knights soccer team is an expert in playing close matches.
Knights win 2 of 3 in Fox Valley area
KANELAND—Jacobs High School’s tournament in Algonquin, Ill., usually provides a nice early-season test for Kaneland soccer.
KANELAND—KHS coach Scott Parillo has seen his team go through just about everything on the pitch.
A 2010 postseason saw the Knights play nine postseason overtimes enroute to a regional championship—the first for a head-to-head sport at Kaneland in five years—before losing to Sterling in the sectional semifinal.
Kaneland—The Kaneland High School fall sports teams will be introduced to their fans on Thursday, Aug. 16, at 6 p.m.
The seventh annual Kaneland High School Alumni soccer game was held this past Saturday at the high school’s varsity soccer field.
INDIANAPOLIS—In a continued emphasis on improving sportsmanship, the “soft red” has been eliminated in high school soccer.
Knights soccer sends goodwill Afghanistan’s way
KANELAND—In Afghanistan, moments of kindness are always welcome in the face of hardship.
KANELAND—Kaneland High School athletics released their slate of Fall Sports Awards, with each sport trumpeting the best it had to offer, with some All-Northern Illinois Big XII honors thrown in for good measure.
Four Knights named to elite squad after regional final run
KANELAND—Kaneland High School soccer saw more benefits roll in even after this last season.
DeKALB—There would be no last-minute magic for Kaneland soccer on Saturday evening.
KANELAND—After struggling in the previous two outings against conference rival DeKalb, the Knights soccer team (12-6-1) triumphed on Tuesday night in Barb-land.
KANELAND—Kaneland soccer had five matches in nine days, and while the action was close in the second half, the Knights saw chances go the other way this last week.
KANELAND—Kaneland (9-4-1, 4-2-1 NIB-12) suffered its second loss this season to DeKalb in a 2-0 matchup, with a third meeting on the horizon in the Class 2A Regionals.
KANELAND—Once again, the Kaneland High School soccer roster found a way to acquaint itself with the back of the opposing net on Thursday.
KANELAND—Looking to get off of a losing track, the Knights soccer unit did just that on Thursday against Morris, but would like to go a little further in future matches.
KANELAND—The first trip to the new DeKalb High School grounds off of Dresser Road in DeKalb was not a welcome one for Kaneland soccer.
A goal with 28 minutes, 29 seconds remaining sent KHS on its way to a 2-1 loss to the Barbs.