Following weather delays and road trip, KHS finds consistency by Mike Slodki KANELAND—It was good to finally take to the softball diamond on Illinois soil. The experience on Thursday was made even better with a handy win. With Ellissa Eckert’s effort on the mound and key hitting in scoring position, the Lady Knights beat the…
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[button color=”blue” link=”http://kanelandpublications.com/29041/2013/04/18/photos-kaneland-vs-sterling-april-9/2/”]View Photos[/button] After rough start, Knights baseball wins 4 of last 5 by Mike Slodki KANELAND—It’s a case of slowly but surely for the boys in black. After dropping its first five games of the year in Cardinals territory, the KHS baseball lineup may find its footing just yet. The Knights won four…
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…
First-ever win at traditional outdoor opener for boys track By Mike Slodki Kaneland—For the talent pool near the Quad Cities, to take the unofficial opener of the 2013 outdoor season is a big deal for the Knights track roster. The 12-team gathering saw Kaneland score 260 team points on Saturday in the UTHS Boys Kiwanis…
KANELAND—Much like the Cubs going into Cardinals territory, there existed little welcome for the Chicago-area Kaneland Knights baseball squad (0-5).
Kaneland—Dealing with numerous cancellations locally, the Kaneland softball squad managed to get to another state to play its initial slate of games over spring break.
GENEVA—Fifth Third Bank Ballpark, home of the Kane County Cougars, will host the “Take Me Out to the Card Show” trading card and sports memorabilia event, scheduled for Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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.
Renowned track coach hopes area can become a hub for big meets
ELBURN—One of the most successful and innovative cross country/track and field coaches in the country just might be your next door neighbor.
Local sports writer to be inducted into Kaneland Hall of Fame
KANELAND—Don Watson will be inducted into the Kaneland Hall of Fame this spring as a “Friend of Kaneland.”
Illinois Top Times outing sees 11th-place finish for indoor
KANELAND—The Illinois Indoor Track Championship Top Times Track and Field held on Saturday marks the unofficial state meet for indoor track competition.
KANELAND—In theory, you always have a chance to witness hoops talent up close as a basketball coach.
Illinois Prep Top Times sees KHS 10th overall
KANELAND—There’s something to be said for making the best of your surroundings.
With Dukes, Bulldogs out, conference braintrust elects for smaller divisions
Danville, ILL—Waubonsee Community College’s long-time head men’s basketball coach Dave Heiss was recently inducted into the NJCAA Basketball Hall of Fame at the Division II National Tournament Banquet.
ST. LOUIS—Kyle Renaud, a Sugar Grove resident and 2008 Kaneland High School graduate, was recently named Great Lakes Valley Conference’s Pitcher of the Week.
Knights rule NIB-12 indoor track at Sterling
kaneland—The Kaneland’s boys track squad amassed 107 points by the end of Saturday’s Northern Illinois Big XII Indoor conference meet housed by Sterling High School’s Westwood track.
KHS girls track takes 2nd at NIB-12 indoor meet
Kaneland—The number 100 has a nice round edge to it, especially when Kaneland girls track gets that edge.
Kaneland—The cold and lingering snow forced Kaneland to cancel all outdoor sporting events through at least Saturday, March 23.