Kaneland soccer scores first goal, earns first win of season by Mike Slodki Kaneland—By the looks of it, the Kaneland Lady Knights will play teams quite tough in 2013. The only question is whether or not wins will come as frequent as they’d like considering the heightened competition. Coming in to the West Aurora Blackhawk…
Season opener sees Lady Knights stifled in Maple Park
KANELAND—After all the cancellations and scheduling switches, the Lady Knights’ soccer roster was ready for action.
Kaneland—The cold and lingering snow forced Kaneland to cancel all outdoor sporting events through at least Saturday, March 23.
After 4 trips to Regional finals, KHS looks to advance further
Kaneland—For four consecutive years, the Kaneland Lady Knights soccer contingent has made it to the regional final match, only to lose to Crystal Lake Central in 2009 and 2012, and Rosary in 2010 and 2011.
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.
The seventh annual Kaneland High School Alumni soccer game was held this past Saturday at the high school’s varsity soccer field.
KANELAND—A highly successful 2011-12 spring season was recognized with team awards dished out earlier this week, as well as honors from the end-of-year senior athletic banquet.
BURLINGTON—Kaneland High School’s current senior crop is the only group in school history to only know regional final action.
KANELAND—Despite dropping a potential preview for the upcoming regional title match to Burlington Central on Saturday, the Lady Knights have quietly meshed a roster of young and experienced, injured and healthy, and are about to dive foot first into playoff action.
KANELAND—Lady Knights soccer’s late-season homestretch is busy, to say the least.
It matters little how healthy you are heading into the regionals next week.
KANELAND—When you put up a seven-spot in soccer, you know something’s gone right.
With six goals in the first half, the Lady Knights picked up a conference win and upped their record to 7-3-1 after a 7-0 solving of the visiting Rochelle Hubs.
OTTAWA—In the case of Lady Knights soccer, the mix of old and new is gelling enough to make anyone happy.
Kaneland soccer enjoying unbeaten stretch
KANELAND—In spite of injuries, Kaneland soccer is remaining a tough team to battle.
AURORA—Kaneland soccer will have at least one win under its belt from its usual April stop.
AURORA—Kaneland Lady Knights soccer must be sick and tired of these Royal meetings.
KANELAND—For the past three seasons, Kaneland girls soccer has made it to heights previously unknown.
Now comes the challenge of kicking even higher.
KANELAND—Coach Scott Parillo was happy at his girls soccer unit’s effort in the opening contest against Geneseo, despite the less-than-desirable result.
INDIANAPOLIS—In a continued emphasis on improving sportsmanship, the “soft red” has been eliminated in high school soccer.
Knights soccer sends goodwill Afghanistan’s way
KANELAND—In Afghanistan, moments of kindness are always welcome in the face of hardship.
KANELAND—How did graduated senior Emily Heimerdinger take the news of an All-State honor?
“Coach (Scott) Parillo told me in the classroom after keeping the news from me all day. I was crying, I was so happy,” Heimerdinger said.