Photo: Soccer is a a family thing for the Parillos. KHS senior Anthony (from left) is an NSCAA all-American nominee, while Scott is the head coach and Cody is the assistant coach at Kaneland. Photo by Kimberly Anderson ELBURN—A father coaching his son is a regular occurrence in sports. But it’s rare to have both…
ELBURN—The 44th annual Eddington Cross Country Invitational is Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. at Elburn Woods. The meet commemorates the 25-year teaching and coaching career of Larry Eddington, a long-time Elburn resident who passed away suddenly in 1994. On the girls side, the team race appears to favor Geneva, Crystal Lake Central and Marengo, with…
KANELAND—Coach Scott Parillo’s Soccer team had an up and down week, securing a road win over IMSA 9-1, but falling to conference foe DeKalb in Barbland Tuesday by a score of 3-1. KHS now sits at 3-3-1, 0-1 in conference play. Against IMSA, the Knights lit up the scoresheet. Anthony Parillo had two goals and…
Freshman Football At Aurora Christian—In a tight game, the freshman football Knights lost to the Aurora Christian Eagles 34-32. No stats were provided. Sophomore Football vs. IC Catholic Prep—The Knight sophomore football team shut out visiting IC Catholic Prep 40-0 Friday night. No stats were provided. Sophomore Soccer vs. Streamwood—Andy Tovar had the only Kaneland…
KANELAND—For a little while, Kaneland soccer was able to see how its offense was able to click against a Little Ten Conference school. Unfortunately, the Knights were also able to see how stifling an opponent could be against an Upstate Eight Conference opponent. On Friday, the Knights stifled Hinckley-Big Rock by a 6-0 final, and…
KANELAND—Jacobs High School in Algonquin, Ill., was as good of a place as any to see how the early-season formations would work for KHS soccer. After three matches of the Jacobs Tournament, it can be said that the plan of attack is working, somewhat. Rain postponed the end of Friday games due to weather, and…
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Photo: After reaching the Sweet 16 in 2012, the Knights soccer program is working hard to repeat and improve on that success in 2013. Photo by Kimberly Anderson Knights soccer wants to play up to last year’s level KANELAND—It can be disappointing for a high school soccer squad to reach a sectional championship, only to…
Kaneland—Kaneland soccer standout Anthony Parillo was recently selected to be in a pool of 125 juniors who play high school soccer to participate in the All-American game Dec. 14, 2013, after their senior season in Philadelphia.
Indianapolis—That National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) recently announced some changes for soccer and football; all of which will take effect starting with the 2013-14 season.
Kaneland—The Kaneland High School fall sports programs recently concluded their respective awards nights.
Knight’s furthest road ever blocked by East Moline U. after 2 OT
Kaneland—Kaneland High School soccer was in definite unchartered territory this postseason.
Soccer crew wins 2nd regional plaque in 3 seasons
Kaneland—Saturday’s Class 2A Burlington Central Regional title match between No. 1 Kaneland and No. 2 Burlington Central was a tight affair between two teams playing with a well-disciplined edge.
KANELAND—Nothing like a tight and close match to show what you’re made of.
It looks as if Kaneland High School soccer is made of pretty strong material.
Knights win rematch over Yorkville; add wins over Plainfield East, Rochelle
KANELAND—Just shoot the ball, because who knows what it’ll bring.
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.