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Wasco Fastpitch registration begins Jan. 1

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WASCO—Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball registration for the 2015 Spring/Summer season begins Thursday, Jan. 1. WGFSL is a recreational softball league celebrating its 27th year. Registration is open to all girls grades kindergarten through 12th grade. Games are played in the evenings and some Saturdays in northwest St. Charles. Practices start in April and games conclude…

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Christmas with Ozzie, Santa Dec. 13

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GENEVA—The Kane County Cougars will host a Christmas With Ozzie and Santa holiday event from 9:30 a.m. until noon on Saturday, Dec. 13, inside the upper deck level at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark. Children can meet Ozzie and Santa, pose for photos with them, and participate in numerous holiday activities. Those activities include a coloring…

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Van de Velde, Heppler to Coach 2015 Palmer Cup Teams at Rich Harvest Farms

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SUGAR GROVE—Former Ryder Cup player Jean Van de Velde and Bruce Heppler will serve as coaches of the European and United States 2015 Palmer Cup teams, respectively, at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove. The annual Ryder Cup-style competition, put on by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), will be played June 12-14. The…

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Knight boys endures court hardship in Batavia

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KANELAND—After an initial win last week at the Batavia-based Ken Peddy Windmill Classic, Kaneland boys basketball failed to get any winning energy in the invite’s three closing contests. Now 1-3, the Knights lost to St. Francis of Wheaton on Nov. 25, 50-44, and followed up with another setback to Batavia 59-30. On Friday evening, the…

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Girls battle IC roads

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KHS battles Westmont/ Nazareth/IC Catholic triad to win tournament KANELAND—After a steady season-opening win over Elmwood Park last week, the Lady Knights contingent took to the IC Catholic courts in Elmhurst, Ill., to complete the pre- and post-Thanksgiving tour. Kaneland’s final three challenges saw two double-digit wins and a spotless slate for the tournament championship…

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Grapplers hook plenty of wins in early-season stretch

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KANELAND—For starters, KHS coach Joe Orosco and his wrestling squad are producing results like seasoned veterans, even if it’s still early. Back on Nov. 25, Kaneland rolled into East Moline United and came away with two wins out of three tries, while on Saturday, KHS won handily over Burlington Central and Freeport before falling to…

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Dec. 4 sports recap

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Boys Sophomore Basketball Westminster Tournament Nov. 25-29 Nov. 25 vs. Luther North—The Knights opened the season with a 54-17 romp of Luther North. Clark Hendricks had nine points, while Jack Marshall had eight. Eleven Knights scored in the game. Nov. 26 vs. Indian Creek—Kaneland won 58-38. Brock Harner led the Knights with 12 points, while…

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KHS announces All Conference honorees for fall season

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Ninety athletes also earn academic honors KANELAND—Thirty-four Kaneland High School athletes earned All Conference honors—either first team or honorable mention—for the 2014 fall sports season. In addition, 90 Knights were honored for their academic achievement during their time as student-athletes. In addition to the honors from the Northern Illinois Big XII conference, these Kaneland athletes…

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Goldbeck signs beach volleyball scholarship

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KANELAND—Although the nearest beaches are some 60-miles away on the shores of Lake Michigan, Kaneland senior Julia Goldbeck has signed a college athletic scholarship to play sand volleyball at San Jose State University. Goldbeck’s high school volleyball career has followed a circuitous route from the indoor game to the sand game. At 5 feet, 10.5…

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Camiliere impresses behind center

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Former Knights QB thriving as Elmhurst College senior ELMHURST, Ill.—Down 14-0 at halftime, the Elmhurst Bluejays offense needed to get their team back on track. The quarterback, a senior and second-year starter, capped off drives of 83 and 99 yards with touchdown passes. However, the team just ran out of time, losing to Millikin 21-14.…

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Dunn serves up talent, receives unique honor

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Future Ball St. Cardinal gets Under Armour All-American consideration KANELAND—Despite coming up on the short end of a regional final opportunity in Hampshire late last month, senior Ellie Dunn still had something to celebrate for herself and Kaneland volleyball as a whole. On Nov. 5, Dunn was named as one of 150 players included in…

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Bower finishes her cross country season at State Meet

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KHS cross country sectionals Nov 2014-1

PEORIA, ILL.—Kaneland junior Brianna Bower on Saturday stood on the 100 yard long starting line for the start of the IHSA Girls 2A State Cross Country Championships. Looking out toward the wooded hills at the south end of Detweiller Park in Peoria, Ill., was a familiar sight for her, as was seeing the entire circumference…

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School Board approves assistant softball coach resignations

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KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday voted 6-1 to accept the resignations of two Kaneland High School assistant softball coaches. Board trustee Tony Valente was the lone “no” vote. He spoke about the two coaches, Kristyn Crawford and Andrew Franklin, during the meeting. “We’re losing the majority of our staff,” Valente said. Valente also mentioned…

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Knight harrier teams 1 place short at Kaneland Sectional

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KHS cross country sectionals Nov 2014-1-4

Junior Brianna Bower qualifies for State as an individual KANELAND—The Knights’ boys and girls cross country teams were hoping for a little home course advantage at the IHSA Class 2A Sectional meet at Kaneland High School on Saturday. To have a chance to advance to the State championships in Peoria this weekend, the Knights knew…

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Heartbreak in Hampshire

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Volleyball run down by BC in three-game regional final loss HAMPSHIRE, Ill.—Kaneland volleyball didn’t meet with defeat often in 2014. But, similar to last season’s regional final end, the Lady Knights fell victim to two unfortunate games in a row. Burlington Central, the No. 2 Hampshire Regional seed, bested No. 1 KHS last Thursday evening…

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Sophomore football undefeated for first time

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KANELAND—The Kaneland High School football team went 9-0 this fall. It was the first time in school history the sophomore team has been undefeated. Led by head coach John Pavlak, the Knights allowed only 53 points all season, compared to their 181. They opened the season with a 7-0 win at home over McHenry, then…

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Emmanouil, Jurcenko among State-best at tennis

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KHS girls tennis three Oct 2014-1

Photo: Seniors Jelly Emmanouil of Sugar Grove, Sammie Schrepferman and Madi Jurcenko both of Elburn. Photo by Laura Gampfer Duo officially 9th in doubles, Schrepferman goes 3-2 with consolation end KANELAND—The last several years of Kaneland tennis has been an exercise in excellence. A State presence with several qualifiers each year, KHS was always ready…

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Kaneland volleyball surprises Yorkville

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Photo: Sophomore Hannah Nauert, and junior Annmarie Franz set up senior Ellie Dunn for a spike back over to St. Edwards Tuesday. Photo by Mary Paulson Lady Knights also handle St. Edward in Regional match KANELAND—Area volleyball fans are now able to classify Kaneland High School volleyball as an upper-echelon Northern Illinois Big XII conference…

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