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KHS announces 2015 fall sports accolades

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KANELAND—The Kaneland athletic department recently released a list of its 2015 fall sports all conference honorees. All Conference athletes: Boys cross country: Matt Richtman, Austin Kintz, Sean Spaetzel Girls cross country: Brianna Bower, Noelle Espino, Grace Purcell, Tessa Brennan Football: First team: Andrew Kray, Jake Marczuk, Isaish Baerenklau, Mitchel Groen, Tanner Robertsen Honorable mention: Tyler…

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Kray earns All State honor

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KANELAND—Kaneland senior lineman Andrew Kray was named to the Class 6A All State Team by the Illinois Football Coaches Association Nov. 20. He is the first defensive lineman to earn the honor for the Knights since 1996. A three-year starter for Tom Fedderly’s Knights, Kray racked up 76 tackles, 16 for a loss, seven sacks,…

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Football finishes 7-4

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Knights bucked from playoffs by Montini LOMBARD, Ill.—Kaneland wasn’t expected to win Saturday’s Class 6A second round playoff game against Montini in Lombard. That doesn’t mean the Knights didn’t fight. The Broncos took advantage of a couple of early turnovers and used a virtually unstoppable offensive attack to build an insurmountable 28-0 lead after one…

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Knights prevail late

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Undefeated Montini awaits Knights Saturday MAPLE PARK—Football players are going to make mistakes. It’s all part of the game. How they learn from those mistakes and make the most of their next opportunity says a lot about their character. Kaneland quarterback Jake Marczuk and kicker Drew Franklin undoubtedly felt bad about throwing an interception and…

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Knights are playoff bound

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No. 8 Knights to host No. 9 Belvidere North Friday ROCHELLE, Ill.—Rochelle had the ball for nearly 10 minutes longer than Kaneland did during Friday’s Northern Illinois Big 12 crossover. It doesn’t matter how long you have it though, it matters what you do with it. The Hubs rarely did anything with the ball while…

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Knights playoff eligible after win

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Marckzuk, O-line shine in 31-12 victory over L-P MAPLE PARK—Jake Marczuk was emotional before Friday’s game against LaSalle-Peru in Maple Park. It was potentially the final home game of the season, and Kaneland had a chance to become playoff eligible. It was also Senior Night, and Marczuk spent time with his parents by his side…

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Knights spoil Morris homecoming

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Photos by Mary Paulson Turnovers doom Redskins in 23-7 game MORRIS, ILL.—After two tough defeats to DeKalb and Sycamore, the Knights did not want to fall below .500 for the first time this season. Behind arguably their best defensive effort of the year, the Knights shutout the Redskins in the final three quarters of a…

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Spartans upend Knights

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Sycamore spoils KHS homecoming 35-7 KANELAND—Jake Marczuk had 104 more punting yards than Kaneland had total offense. Sycamore quarterback Brett Bemis needed just nine passes to collect 50 more yards than Kaneland had total offense. It wasn’t a good night for the Knights. While alumni undoubtedly had a lot of fun seeing old friends in…

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Knights tripped up by Barbs

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Team now focuses on Homecoming foe Sycamore DEKALB—Kaneland’s pivotal Northern Illinois Big XII East conference game at DeKalb went back and forth for almost three full quarters. The Barbs took over in the final minute of the third quarter, putting the game away in the fourth quarter for a 45-28 victory. Kaneland (3-2, 1-1) simply…

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Worth the wait

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Knights upend Foxes 35-7 KANELAND—Stopping Yorkville tailback Shewan Bryce proved to be quite the job for Kaneland during Friday’s Northern Illinois Big 12 East Conference game this past weekend in Maple Park. However, the 5-foot-9 senior couldn’t convert a key fourth down early in the second half, and that seemed to set the tone during…

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Comeback kids

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Knights shut down Rich Central in second half OLYMPIA FIELDS, ILL.—Kaneland’s defense overcame a slow and ineffective start last Friday at Rich Central to produce a both a potent and gutsy second half of football. Down 30-14 at halftime and surrendering five touchdowns, the Knights didn’t allow a single first down in the second half.…

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Martinelli snags record TD grab for Central Iowa

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MONMOUTH, ILL.—Elburn native and Kaneland graduate Zack Martinelli was a big reason the Central Iowa Dutch were able to overcome host Monmouth College this past Saturday on the gridiron. The junior set a school record with his 99-yard reception in the closing minutes of the game, jumpstarted the Dutch offense, and a last-second field goal…

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Clash of the Knights

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Kaneland’s Knights fall to 1-1 after tilt with Knights of New Lenox NEW LENOX, ILL.—Kaneland quarterback Jake Marczuk probably didn’t see Lincoln-Way Central’s leaping 6-foot-2 defensive lineman Mike Cepolski at the beginning of Friday’s non-conference football game in New Lenox, Ill. No one on Kaneland’s defense saw Lincoln-Way Central quarterback Austin Strilko when he scampered…

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11 as one

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Knights cruise to first victory over Chicago Brooks on Friday KANELAND—It’s difficult to play four quarters of a football game without turning the ball over and getting penalized. Kaneland wasn’t perfect on Friday, but it didn’t make many mistakes. They didn’t fumble or throw an interception. The Knights also weren’t flagged in the first half…

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2015 Fall Sports Preview: Eyes on the prize

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Seniors look to return to playoffs after rare absence KANELAND—Kaneland senior Tanner Robertsen didn’t call the pain of missing the playoffs last season indescribable, but it’s obvious that it really hurt him and his teammates. That pain should fuel Robertsen, and especially the rest of his senior teammates, who will look to finish their high…

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Knights Under the Lights Aug. 20

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KANELAND—The Kaneland Sports Boosters first fundraising event of the year, the annual Knights Under the Lights scrimmage, is set for Thursday, Aug. 20, at Peterson Field. It’ll be the the first chance to check out the brand-new scoreboard (above), get introduced to all of the Kaneland High School fall sports teams, and take part in…

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Mandatory Parent Meeting for Fall Sports

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The Kaneland High School fall sport parent meeting will be held on Monday, Aug. 10, in the KHS Auditorium. Athletic Director Peter Goff will begin with a “State of the Knight” presentation at 7 p.m., followed by breakout sessions for individual fall sports. Fall sports 1st practice times/locations • Cheerleading: Aug. 12; 8-10 a.m., balcony…

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