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Oct. 2 Sports Recap

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Sophomore Football Sept. 26 @ DeKalb—The Knights defeated the Barbs 25-6. No individual stats were provided. Boys JV Cross Country Sept. 27 @ Aurora Central Catholic—The boys freshman/sophomore team placed sixth at the Charger Classic in Aurora. Kaneland also had runners compete in the open race, but no team score was kept. Fr/So results: 8:…

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Can’t avoid the rush

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Photo: Senior Isaac Swithers was back in action Friday night, scoring two touchdowns and rushing for 44 yards. Photo by Ben Draper Yorkville’s Kurtz rushes for 303 yards, 4 TDs, hands KHS 41-25 loss YORKVILLE—Local observers of football have eyed a Yorkville football program on the rise. On Friday, at Campbell Field, the Kaneland Knights…

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Sept. 25 Sports recap

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Don’t see your results in the Elburn Herald? Have your coach email them to sports@elburnherald.com or fax them to (630) 365-2251. KHMS Seventh Grade Football Aug. 27 vs. Batavia Rotolo—Kaneland won 32-8. Max Gagne had three touchdowns, while Joe Smith threw for two TDs and ran for another. Aug. 30 @ DeKalb Huntley—Kaneland won on…

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9-18 Sports Recap

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Sophomore Football Sept. 12 vs. Rich Central—The sophomore football team won 40-20. No individual stats were provided. Boys Fr/So Golf Sept. 15 vs. Sterling—Michael Petrick and Jake Hummel led the Knights with 44’s as Kaneland defeated Sterling 180 to 222. Jake Pearson and Jacob Milton each shot 46, while Luke Calabrese 48, Brock Williams 49,…

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That’s Rich

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First regular-season home loss since 2009 sees KHS fall to 2-1 MAPLE PARK—As the saying goes, “You can’t win them all”— but it’s been a quite a run for the Kaneland Knights football team. An impressive home winning streak was snapped by the visiting Rich Central last Friday, as the Olympians edged the Knights 14-13.…

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Kaneland 49ers

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Photo: Junior Jake Marczuk (left) had a big second game under center for the Knights, throwing for 221 yards and four touchdowns. Photos by Mary Paulson Knights have solid non-conference win vs. visiting Marshall KANELAND—Friday’s matchup between Kaneland and Chicago’s Marshall on the football field had fewer weather hazards, but the same positive result for…

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9-11 Sports recap

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Fr/So Golf Aug. 26 vs. Hinckley-Big Rock—Kaneland defeated Hinckley-Big Rock 178 to 261. Jacob Hummel led the team with a 43. Michael Petrick and Rhett Espe each shot a 44. Jacob Milton (47), Jacob Romas (47) and Joey Brandonisio (53) rounded out the scores. Sept. 8 vs. Yorkville—The Knights defeated the Foxes 176-194. Dan Franck…

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Knight football wins 10th-straight opener

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Photo: Senior Connor Fedderly had six catches for 67 yards and two touchdowns for the Knights on Saturday. Photo by Mary Paulson 24-hour delay, tough beginning leads to 30-8 win over Brooks KANELAND—Kaneland faithful and fans of decent weather probably hope Kaneland stops meeting Brooks Prep of Chicago like this. For the second consecutive year,…

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Week 1 Preview: Brooks Prep (0-0) at Kaneland (0-0)

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Friday, Aug. 29, 7:15 p.m. KANELAND—Knights football hopes recent history repeats itself against Brooks Prep in Friday’s season opener. The KHS gridiron contingent has won every meeting between the two programs since starting the rivalry back in 2011. This encounter was originally scheduled for Gately Stadium before necessitating a move due to Chicago’s Gately Stadium’s…

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2014 Football Preview: Helmet to helmet

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Photo: Senior Connor Fedderly will return as receiver and be a leader in the squad. Photos by Patti Wilk Knights look to replace previous talented class on gridiron KANELAND—Knight names that had heavy contributions the past three seasons for a squad that advanced to a 5A semifinal and two second-round appearances are many. Names like…

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Familiar with a twist

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IHSA releases 2014 football schedule KANELAND—In a conference landscape that’s shifting, so, too, did the 2014 slate for Kaneland Knights football. Looking to qualify for the IHSA playoffs for the seventh consecutive year but losing a talented 2013 class, the Knights face a nine-game list of opponent that finished a combined 54-40 last year. That…

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Drills in DeKalb

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Photo: Junior Tyler Paulson makes a long catch and runs in for a Kaneland touchdown. Photo by Mary Paulson Knights’ get reps in 7-on-7 setting at NIU KANELAND—Preseason football practices look to be here before you know it. The Kaneland Knights could think of no better setting to get drills and work in before that…

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Thielk sets State record in bench press

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Kaneland junior Zack Thielk set an Illinois state record at the World Association of Bench Pressers and Deadlifters championship in Wisconsin Dells, Wis., two weekends ago. Thielk bench pressed 342 pounds at the competition. Courtesy Photo

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Joy Division: Knight athletes know what they’ve signed up for at D-I peak

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KANELAND—High school athletes’ talent can bring them amazing things: wins, titles and even the chance to keep playing the sport they love. With powerhouses like senior Joe Komel, future Central Michigan University Chippewa, it also brings certainty. “I think every kid wants to ideally compete at that next level,” Komel said. That’s echoed by speedster…

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Pride in Platteville

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Photo: Elburn native Ryley Bailey had 86 catches for 1,047 yards for UW-Platteville’s football team this season. It was a school record for catches, and only the second time in school history a receiver recorded over 1,000 yards in a season. Courtesy Photo Former KHS pass-catcher Bailey continues high level of play for UW-Platteville KANELAND—A…

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‘Drew’ grit: Senior signal-caller earns pinnacle All-State honor

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by Mike Slodki KANELAND—Who knew that suiting up for the Aurora Superstars 10 years ago would lead to this? For Knights senior Drew David, toiling away in the organized tackle football ranks eventually led to being tabbed the starting quarterback three years running for Kaneland High School football. With that responsibility came numerous all-conference honors…

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Knights valiant

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Injuries, JCA juggernaut create perfect storm for 2nd-round elimination JOLIET, ILL.—Even before the Class 5A playoffs began, Kaneland football knew what it could be getting into. After a convincing win over first-round opponent Hampshire last week, Kaneland would have to deal with Montini Catholic and Sycamore in potential quarterfinal and semifinal matchups. It was noted…

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32 Knights earn NIB-12 honors

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KANELAND—Kaneland High School announced its fall all-conference athletic honorees Tuesday. In all, 32 Knight athletes were honored by the Northern Illinois Big XII. • Cross Country Boys: Luis Acosta, Kyle Carter, Nathaniel Kucera and Andrew Lesak Girls: Brianna Bower, Erika Carlson, Victoria Clinton, Aislinn Lodwig and Sydney Strang • Golf: Matt Yonkovich and Brody Kuhar…

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Saturday Preview: No. 5 Kaneland (9-1) @ No. 4 Joliet Catholic (9-1)

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Joliet Memorial Stadium • Saturday, Nov. 9, 7 p.m. It’s a battle of two 9-1 teams as the Knights head to ATI Field at Joliet Memorial Stadium to battle perennial playoff contender Joliet Catholic Academy (JCA). JCA is no stranger to the IHSA playoffs, having made it the previous 16 years, and 37 years overall.…

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Team defense

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35 points by offense overshadowed by defensive gem in first round KANELAND—Drew David and the Knights offense was clicking, but it was the other side of the ball that stole the show. The Knights opened the 2013 playoffs in dominating fashion, picking apart the visiting Hampshire Whip-Purs 35-0. Defensive coordinator Keith Snyder was very happy…

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