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