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A historic finish

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Resilient Knights place second at Wheaton North Tournament WHEATON, ILL.—Every season has its ups and downs; it’s runs and its toils. After dropping their season-opening matchup, the Knights went on a three-game run, and now sit at 3-1 on the season. The Knights volleyball team started out the season playing tournament host Wheaton North and…

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Busy week for Knights golf

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Meyer works to find No. 4 player MAPLE PARK, IL—The Kaneland boys golf team played a trifecta last week, with three matches on three consecutive days. The week started on Wednesday with a nine-hole dual match win over DeKalb at Kishwaukee Country Club, where the Knights out-shot the Barbs 158 stokes to 160. On the…

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Tennis continues to make adjustments

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Knights fall to Glenbard North, play rain-shortened Plainfield North Invitational KANELAND—A tennis player can learn a lot by battling several opponents during tournament play. It’s a chance to make adjustments—both on the fly, and back on the practice courts. Unfortunately, sometimes rain gets in the way. The Kaneland girls tennis team tried to compete in…

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Early hole

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Knights start 0-2-1 KANELAND—It hasn’t been the kind of start that Kaneland wanted. The Knights are 0-2 against opponents and 0-2 against Mother Nature. They lost their season opener Aug. 26, a 1-0 decision to West Aurora in Maple Park. They also dropped their first game in the Jacobs Tournament on Friday, 3-1 to Prairie…

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Kaneland Hall of Fame 2015-16 nominations

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To celebrate and commemorate the many accomplishments and achievements of Kaneland graduates, Kaneland Community Unit School District 302 formed the Kaneland Hall of Fame. New Hall of Fame inductees will be honored at either an athletic contest during the 2015-16 school year or during the month of May at one of the district’s many end-of-year…

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Good start to new era

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Photo: Junior Abby Purnell notched a 6-4, 6-1 win for the Knights at No. 3 singles against Elgin’s Karla Ramos. Photo by Mary Paulson Tennis toughs out wind, chill to top Elgin KANELAND—Marley Schultz and Lauren Karolewicz are more than a little familiar with each other. Both are juniors on the Kaneland girls tennis team…

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Learning curve

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Young Knights golf team gets tested in early competitions BARTONVILLE, ILL.—The Kaneland boys’ golf team played its first 18-hole tournament of the season at the Limestone Invitational on a challenging course at Coyote Creek Golf Course southwest of Peoria, Ill., last Saturday. Traditionally, it is one of the state’s best early season tournaments with a…

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Cummins rolls on

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Kylie and Mabel - 2015 U-15 Youth Open Doubles Champions

ELBURN—Mabel Cummins, a freshman at Kaneland High School and Elburn resident, added some nice trophies to her growing collection after solid performances in two recent national events. At the Storm Bowling Survivor tournament in River Grove, Ill., Cummins posted the top scratch score among 48 U15 girls with a five-game total pin-fall of 1,042. Her…

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Play ball

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Master plan for new youth ball fields revealed BLACKBERRY TWP—Landscape architect and Planning Resources, Inc. CEO Darrell Garrison last week presented his firm’s master plan design to the Blackberry Township Board for four sports fields on property along Bateman Road, purchased by the Kane County Forest Preserve District last year. Blackberry Township, which is leasing…

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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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2015 Fall Sports Preview: Follow me to success

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Senior leadership huge strength for Kaneland soccer KANELAND—Kaneland didn’t necessarily need to get out of Dodge last year, but leaving Maple Park for a weekend tournament in Rockford, Ill., seemingly turned its season around as the Knights won nine of their final 12 games, including a regional title. While an overnight weekend tournament may have…

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2015 Fall Sports Preview: Girls CC looks to harness momentum

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Potential 1-2-3 frontline could lead Knights KANELAND—Last year, Brianna Bower was Kaneland’s only qualifier for the girls’ State Cross Country Championships. This year, she hopes to have some company. Like the 2014 boys team, the girls placed sixth—one place out of a state qualifying spot—in what was by far the toughest 2A sectional meet in…

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