KANELAND—Kaneland bowling is trying to up the competitive fire against good teams, and its opponents are making sure it’s a difficult ride.
Wrestlers battle through Sycamore Invite field, stifle Rochelle
KANELAND—Nothing like a tough Sycamore Invite and a Northern Illinois Big XII battle against a familiar foe to measure your team’s progress.
KANELAND—The silver-and-black-clad Knights are making good on committing to excellence in 2013.
Geneva—The Kane County Cougars will host a pair of events in February as anticipation for the 2013 season grows and the organization prepares for its first season of affiliation with the Chicago Cubs.
WORCESTER, Mass.—Holy Cross junior forward Dave Dudzinski, an Elburn resident and Kaneland High School alum, was named the Patriot League/Anaconda Player of the Week, for competition from Dec. 17-23.
PLANO—Kaneland boys basketball is slowly but surely gelling again.
At the 50th running of the Plano Christmas Classic, that reality stood as an ominous warning to some teams and a statement of fact to the teams that bested the Knights.
DeKalb gathering lifts KHS; sees dual mark at 10-11
KANELAND—A usual late-December stop offered a glimpse as to what caliber the Knight wrestling squad is at right now.
Wasco—Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball (WGFSL) began registration on Tuesday.
WGFSL is a recreational softball league open to all area girls from kindergarten through 12th grade. Games are played in the evenings and some Saturdays so parents can attend and readily participate.
KHS boys trounce Sandwich in Plano Classic’s first round
KANELAND—It’s a tall order for an 11th seed to find glory in the Plano Christmas Classic, so Kaneland had to take it one step at a time at the tournament setting.
KANELAND—Work never seems done for the Kaneland High School wrestling unit.
OTTAWA—It’s hard to get accustomed to new digs for the holiday season.
Kaneland girls basketball had spent the previous six seasons hooping it up at Oswego East’s tournament in late December, and made its way to Ottawa’s Holiday tournament in 2013.
AURORA—Aurora Christian football coach Don Beebe has made a career and life out of transitions.
Kaneland alum has daughter day before officially becoming WMU head coach
Kalamazoo, Mich.—Kaneland School District Hall of Fame member and Sugar Grove native P.J. Fleck had a whirlwind start to his week.
Key 3 fuels comeback win at Barbs
Kaneland—Perhaps the only group unhappy to see the return of Kaneland point guard Drew David was the group hosting the boys basketball game on Friday night.
Knights also face 3 foes in home weekend quad
KANELAND—You can have a plan to be aggressive on the wrestling mat, but unless it manifests during mat time, no win is automatic.
Kaneland’s meet against visiting Yorkville had some nice moments for the Knights, but the Foxes’ strong attack took hold in a 45-19 win.
3-game skid ends with win over Sandwich
KANELAND—Kaneland Lady Knights basketball endured a three-game skid last week, but still has enough of a pedigree to be a highly looked at team from the area.
KANELAND—Sometimes a weekend invite is all you need to see what can happen.
On Saturday, Kaneland bowling went to the Lisle Invite and came away with a second-place trophy in the “B” bracket.
Kaneland’s season-opening win streak falls in loss to DeKalb
KANELAND—The opening season unbeaten streak for the Lady Knights basketball team came to an end Tuesday against DeKalb, but not before earning a tough overtime win over Sycamore last Thursday.
Sycamore ‘D’ too much; KHS nabs win over H-BR
Kaneland—There would be no duplicating the last-second magic of late November like the Kaneland boys basketball team had against Morris. The host Sycamore Spartans made absolutely sure of that on Friday along Spartan Trail.