Kaneland now hosts IC Catholic Prep of Elmhurst, Ill., on Friday, Sept. 6, in Maple Park at 7:30 p.m. IC Catholic beat Chicago’s Noble Street Charter by a 47-6 clip on Saturday. As part of the Suburban Christian Gold Conference, the Knights are headed by second-year coach Bill Krefft. The Class 2A State champs in…
Photo: Linebacker Cole Carlson contributed an interception during Saturday’s game against Brooks Prep of Chicago. Photo by Patti Wilk Defense makes tide-changing plays in 27-7 win over Brooks KANELAND—Kaneland football’s defense on Saturday night picked up the pieces. It also picked up the team, as well as any loose balls and errant passes. The Knights’…
Photos from Thursday, Aug. 22.
Photo: Senior quarterback Drew David, here taking the field at last Thursday’s Knights Under the Lights scrimmage, will lead the Knights in 2013. The Knights are looking to move past an early second-round playoff exit in 2012. Photo by Patti Wilk Talented upperclassmen look to remedy second-round exit of 2012 season Kaneland—Get ready Kaneland football…
KANELAND—There’s no rest for KHS football, even in the summer. With official practices now underway, the Knights got busy in the time off from school by participating with rival area schools in 7-on-7 gatherings that ended July 27. Stripped down from the usual football get-up, but still wearing helmets and some pads, the Knights took…
Key Kaneland players continue as teammates on college gridiron ELBURN—Kaneland High School football players swapping their black-and-white jerseys after graduation for the blue and orange of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville has become a common occurrence over the past few years. Two prominent members of last season’s Knights’ squad that mowed through the schedule undefeated before…
KHS alum P.J. Fleck prepares for 1st season as head coach in major college football
KANELAND—When asked about former Knight wideout P.J. Fleck, former assistant and current Kaneland High School head football coach Tom Fedderly said, “No one is going to outwork P.J.”
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.
AURORA—Aurora Christian football coach Don Beebe has made a career and life out of transitions.
Kaneland alum has daughter day before officially becoming WMU head coach
Kalamazoo, Mich.—Kaneland School District Hall of Fame member and Sugar Grove native P.J. Fleck had a whirlwind start to his week.
Platteville, Wisc.—Ryley Bailey, a student at the University of Wisconsin—Platteville, was named to the 2012 All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football team.
Kaneland—The Kaneland High School fall sports programs recently concluded their respective awards nights.
Kaneland—A number of Kaneland High School fall athletes were recognized for their performance from throughout the 2012 season.
ROCK ISLAND, Ill.—Kaneland alum Eric Dratnol was one of two Augustana football players named to the first team of the Capital One Academic All-District team.
Lincoln-Way West builds big lead, eliminates Kaneland in second-round action
Sixth-year coach gets Coach of the Week award after Morris win
Kaneland—In the midst of playoff preparations for a first-round rematch with Belvidere on Oct. 23, KHS coach Tom Fedderly checked his voicemail messages.
KANELAND—Saturday night seemed familiar.
No. 1 Kaneland and No. 16 Belvidere once again brought in 9-0 and 5-4 records, respectively, to their second consecutive Class 5A first-round meeting.
Last-minute heroics lead to win over Morris, 3rd-straight conference crown
Kaneland—It was anyone’s ballgame to win.
Bloomington, Ill.—In conjunction with the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) and the IHSA’s production partner, PlayOn! Sports, Comcast SportNet Chicago, announced it will once again be the home for postseason high school football in Illinois in 2012.
Kaneland gets best of Sycamore in a rush in Homecoming game
KANELAND—There’s beauty in simplicity.