Maple Park—The Maple Park Youth Basketball Program for third- through-eighth-grade boys runs from mid-January through mid-March.
Kaneland—Much like the ball off a drive, the Knights’ golf team’s fortunes keep going up and forward.
KANELAND—If only every week could be as successful as this one for Kaneland High School tennis.
KANELAND—Fellow Northern Illinois Big XII (NIB-12) schools must be shaking their collective heads when it comes to the prospect of facing Kaneland football.
KANELAND—There’s nothing like a victory pretzel.
You can ask the Kaneland High School boys cross-country team.
KANELAND—It was the 36th annual Pretzel Invite hosted by Freeport High School on Saturday, but the only number that mattered was “1.”
Platteville, Wis.—The University of Wisconsin-Platteville football team defeated UW-Eau Claire, 49-19, last week.
Maple Park—Kaneland High School student-athlete Nathan Dyer was selected by “Down Under Sports” to represent the state of Illinois and compete in a track-and-field competition next June in Australia.
KANELAND—Lady Knights volleyball could have rolled through this week with two victories as they enter the final third of the 2012 regular season.
KANELAND—It’s a given that any Northern Illinois Big XII matchup on the soccer pitch is the furthest thing from a guarantee, regardless of record.
Knights’ passing attack works with defense in 34-6 win at Rochelle
ROCHELLE—Knights football is making road quests feel like home.
That’s how good they’ve been playing.
KHS racketeers sweep the Rochelle Quad field
KANELAND—Once the end of the school week hits, many a student would just like to take a breather.
Kaneland High School tennis would just rather take opponents’ breath away.
ROCHELLE—That’s how you get back on an even keel.
The Lady Knight volleyball outfit needed a way to solidify its Northern Illinois Big XII standing at the early outset of the conference slate.
KANELAND—Regardless of what the rest of the season brings, Kaneland girls cross country runners can say they brought the best they had at their usual late-September stop.
YORKVILLE—It wasn’t a good time for the first Northern Illinois Big XII loss of the 2012 campaign, nor was it to the expected team.
KANELAND—Despite an early scare in which an early fall led to a chain-reaction pile-up shortly after the race’s start, the Kaneland boys cross country team saw positive developments at the ACC Invite on Saturday.
KANELAND—Sometimes good totals aren’t enough.
The scorecard can go your way with consistent totals, but the opponent can experience the same phenomenon, but sometimes a stroke better.
Alyssa Nore of Sugar Grove (left) and Paige Klimavicius of Yorkville, both of Premier Gymnastics Academy West in Oswego, were selected to participate in the Kellogg’s Tour of Champions opening and closing numbers on Sunday, Oct. 14, at the United Center.
Organizations sign 2-year player development contract; opening night is April 4
GENEVA—The Kane County Cougars have announced the signing of a two-year player development contract (PDC) with the Chicago Cubs.
KANELAND—Knights Wrestling Club (KWC), an IKWF-affiliated youth wresting program serving the Kaneland community, is opening registration for its 2012-13 wrestling season, which is set to kick off this November.