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Higher ground

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Kaneland gets best of Sycamore in a rush in Homecoming game
KANELAND—There’s beauty in simplicity.

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No lows at 7-0

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Knights take hunt to Foxes in 55-0 win
YORKVILLE—Foxes football must have felt like it was in a valley of the same name after the final buzzer sounded on Friday.

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Rout(e) 66

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KANELAND—Fellow Northern Illinois Big XII (NIB-12) schools must be shaking their collective heads when it comes to the prospect of facing Kaneland football.

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Ryley Bailey named WIAC Offensive Player of the Week

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Platteville, Wis.—The University of Wisconsin-Platteville football team defeated UW-Eau Claire, 49-19, last week.

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Roast of Rochelle

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Knights’ passing attack works with defense in 34-6 win at Rochelle
ROCHELLE—Knights football is making road quests feel like home.

That’s how good they’ve been playing.

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KHS serves up the usual

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Rushing, D just the combination for 41-0 win at Streator
STREATOR, Ill.—You’ll have to excuse the Kaneland Knights’ football squad for being defensive.

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Demolition Knight

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Kaneland dominates on both sides of ball in 42-0 rout of Sterling
KANELAND—Kaneland and Sterling’s football programs have had two highly anticipated and dramatic meetings in the last seven seasons.

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Offense name of the game in Knights win

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Kaneland improves to 2-0 after enduring furious Huntley rally
HUNTLEY—It’s not one quarter of football, but rather four.

Once again, the Kaneland Knights football team had to endure a string of successful drives by the opposition.

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Cutting it close

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Knights overcome slow start for 25-24 win
CHICAGO—It wasn’t the start the Kaneland Knights football outfit wanted, but it’ll take the finish.

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Football Preview: Kaneland’s Got Talent

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Knights’ football feels good about what 2012 holds
KANELAND—For the second straight season, Kaneland football endured a heart-pounding postseason journey.

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Kaneland alum battling for starter spot at Augustana

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Rock Island, ILL.—According to Augustana College’s Associate Director of Athletics Dave Wrath, Kaneland graduate and Augustana Junior Eric Dratnol “might have the inside track for the center position” as the Vikings set their rosters for the upcoming football campaign.

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Carter navigating Whitewater football in ‘12

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KANELAND—Based on the last two football seasons, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football program can be glad they’ve added a solid piece to its receiving core.

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Next stop: Platteville for Knight Buschbacher

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KANELAND—When finally having made his college commitment choice, Kaneland senior football standout Quinn Buschbacher must have felt like he had an entire open field after a bubble screen.

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Fleck departs NIU OC position after one day

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DEKALB—Former Kaneland High athletic standout P.J. Fleck’s return to the pastures of Northern Illinois University football was the very definition of short-lived.

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KHS fall athletes recognized with awards

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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.

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Buschbacher tops in NIB-12 with offensive MVP honors

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KANELAND—Honors for Kaneland Knights football are now coming as frequently as a monster gain on a Friday night in Maple Park.

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Semifinal sting: Montini edges KHS, 35-31

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KANELAND—Sequels can be more entertaining and gripping than the original, but for Kaneland football and its fans, the ending to this particular drama was still hard to take.

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