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Tennis outlasts Oswego opponent

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Photo: Senior Stephanie Karloewicz and her partner at No. 2 doubles, senior Colleen Landers, defeated their Oswego counterparts Tuesday 6-3, 3-6, 10-7. Photo by Tiffany Kufer Also blanks L-P 5-0 KANELAND—With a much-needed win against the host Oswego Panthers, Kaneland crept further away from the .500 line. The 4-3 win over the Southwest Prairie Conference…

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Serving notice to Sycamore Spartans

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Photo: Kaneland High School girls varsity volleyball team celebrates after a two-game sweep against Sycamore Sept. 18. Photo by Mary Paulson KANELAND—Kaneland volleyball has always had its hands full with the Sycamore Spartans. After struggling for years against the usually top-flight program, the Lady Knights would finally get licks in two years ago during Kaneland’s…

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Living history

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We want to hear from you! Tell us who you think is Kaneland’s biggest rival Kaneland athletics have many rivals, but who is No. 1 in your eyes? [formlightbox_call title=”Submit Rivals Survey” class=”10″][/formlightbox_call][formlightbox_obj id=”10″ style=”” onload=”false”][/formlightbox_obj]Results from this survey will be compiled for publication in the Sept. 25 edition of the Elburn Herald. KHS has…

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Zombie Run set for Oct. 10

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Join the Knight cross country teams for a spooky “Knight of the Zombies” run Oct. 10. The evening will feature two races: Trick or Treat Run This run features friendly zombies sharing treats with participants in grades second through fifth, begining at 5:20 p.m. Competitors may dress up and walk or run for treats from…

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Soccer brings winning logic vs. IMSA

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Photo: Peter Jefferson controls the ball Saturday in Kaneland’s 7-0 win over IMSA. Photo by Tiffany Kufer Matches against Sycamore, Morris cap week KANELAND—No matter the opponent, it’s always nice to see offense on the pitch. After taking a little while to get going, the goals eventually came early and often in a busy week…

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Kaneland tennis nipped by Rosary, Sycamore

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Photo: Junior Emily Lutter plays No. 2 singles against IMSA last week. File Photo KANELAND—Not every week will be a winner for Kaneland High School tennis. Such was the case this past week, featuring two setbacks to worthy opponents. Kaneland traveled to Morris and won 5-0 on Tuesday. Monday saw a 4-4 tiebreaker loss to…

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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 boys cross plays in Peoria

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Photo: Freshman Matt Richtman ran the course at Detweiller Park in Peoria, Ill., in 16:01, earning a top 50 medal for his efforts.Photo submitted by Patti Wilk to First to the Finish gathering tests KHS mettle PEORIA, Ill.—Peoria Central High School hosts the First to the Finish Invitational every year around this time. It…

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Wauconda this way

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Lone meet of the week yields 10th overall for girls XC WAUCONDA, Ill.—Saturday morning’s 39th annual Wauconda Invitational provided yet another opportunity for Kaneland High School girls cross country to see just what it has at an important juncture of the season. Paced by decent finishes from the likes of Victoria Clinton and Aislinn Lodwig,…

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Kaneland Rivals Project: Team of Rivals

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Editors note: This is part one of a three-part series about Kaneland’s rivals—both current and historical. Part one focuses on more contemporary rivals, part two will feature a look at historical rivals, while part three will focus on our survey results. We encourage you to take our survey. [formlightbox_call title=”Submit Rivals Survey” class=”10″][/formlightbox_call][formlightbox_obj id=”10″ style=””…

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Perfect week

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Photo: Senior Brandon Park notched two victories in as many meets, while freshman Matthew Richtman was second at Elburn Woods Tuesday. Photo by Ben Draper Invite win and flawless run at home round out boys cross country week KANELAND—Senior Brandon Park can’t complain. It’s been two individual titles to go along with two-straight wins for…

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Tough test vs. IMSA sees Lady Knights prevail

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Photo: The Lady Knights tennis team held on to a 4-3 victory over visiting IMSA Tuesday. Senior Sammie Schrepferman had the lone singles win for KHS. Photo by Mary Paulson MAPLE PARK—Kaneland’s tennis team came out on the right side of a 4-3 match over visiting IMSA Tuesday. At singles, Kaneland’s lone victory went to…

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Volleyball looks for Centennial challenge

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KANELAND—Kaneland volleyball now has 10 matches under its jersey, all in large invite fashion. Now at 6-5, the volleyball crew must hope the action this past weekend in Champaign, Ill., and the previous week in Wheaton, Ill., has prepared them for the rigors of Northern Illinois Big XII battles. After a 2-3 finish at Wheaton…

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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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Golfers face familiar challenges

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[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Photo: Rhett Espe tees off for the freshman/sophomore team against Hinckley-Big Rock Sept. 3. Photo by Tiffany Kufer KANELAND—Knight golfers had its share of time on the greens this past week as conference season gets set to blossom. On Sept. 3, the Knights hosted Hinckley-Big Rock out at Hughes Creek, and came away with…

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Sugar Grove’s Morton wins PGA golf contest

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SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove resident, Jimmy Morton. a freshman at Marmion Academy, won the Boys 14-15 year old Midwest Regional PGA sponsored Drive-Chip-Putt contest at Crooked Stick in Carmel, Ind., on Sept 6. He advances to the finals that will be held April 5, 2015, at the kickoff event of the Masters next year. Morton is…

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