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Turning the corner kick 2013 Spring Sports Preview

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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.

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re-’Fleck’-tions from a head coach

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KHS alum P.J. Fleck prepares for 1st season as head coach in major college football
KANELAND—When asked about former Knight wideout P.J. Fleck, former assistant and current Kaneland High School head football coach Tom Fedderly said, “No one is going to outwork P.J.”

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Dudzinski named All-Patriot League

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Worcester, Mass.—Holy Cross junior forward Dave Dudzinski, of Elburn, has been selected to the 2012-13 All-Patriot League second team in men’s basketball, as voted by the conference’s head coaches.

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Parillo makes the cut

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Kaneland—Kaneland soccer standout Anthony Parillo was recently selected to be in a pool of 125 juniors who play high school soccer to participate in the All-American game Dec. 14, 2013, after their senior season in Philadelphia.

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Boys hoops’ journey ends at Spartans’ hand

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Fourth quarter sees fortune upended in 11-point regional loss
AURORA—If it weren’t for a tough fourth quarter, Kaneland boys basketball could be talking about a regional final in Aurora.

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Conference Champs

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AURORA—Kaneland closed out the regular season Friday with a big come-from-behind win over Rochelle to lock up the Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference Championship. The Knights followed that by opening the post season with a huge 39-point victory over host Illinois Math and Science Academy (IMSA).

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‘Dan’-ger Zone

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Goress wins state title for 1st KHS wrestling crown in 20 years
KANELAND—Kaneland last saw one of its wrestlers crowned an individual state champion before current KHS senior Dan Goress was born.

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Heartbreak central

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BURLINGTON—It was almost a comeback for the ages.

Instead, it’s a feeling of sadness that will last the offseason.

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Back on track

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KANELAND—A trip to Dixon, Ill., was just what the doctor ordered.

After a five-game losing streak that would make anyone ill, the Knight boys hoops squad traveled to their Northern Illinois Big XII crossover rival and beat the host Dukes by a final of 76-62 on Saturday.

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Baseball career goes to the next level

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Kaneland—KHS senior pitcher Blake Sowell on Feb. 14 signed a letter of intent, accepting an athletic scholarship to play baseball for the Clarke University Crusaders.

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Points taken

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Three wrestlers punch State ticket
KANELAND—It wasn’t 1994 or 2012 levels, but the KHS wrestling squad will take the sectional output.

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KHS stifles Sandwich in first-round action

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O’Herron outscores Indians by lonesome in 50-14 result
BURLINGTON—You wouldn’t know the Kaneland Lady Knights had a week-long layoff by Tuesday night’s regional performance.

It turns out Sandwich High School didn’t know what hit it after Tuesday night.

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Rough patch

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Boys basketball losing streak hits 4
KANELAND—Most teams hit a stretch of the season where it seems like a win can’t be bought.

Currently, Kaneland is in that quagmire, but time still remains to get back to the torrid winning levels of December and January.

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