Sugar Grove—Waubonsee Community College will host a baseball alumni game on the Chiefs’ diamond in Sugar Grove on Saturday, Sept. 22.
Kaneland—Hughes Creek was the site of a handy dual win for Knights golf on Sept. 5.
Facing Little Ten Conference representative Hinckley-Big Rock, the Knights used a consistent scorecard to vanquish the Royals by a final of 161-192 under clear skies.
Kaneland serves up sweep to Streator
KANELAND—Kaneland High School volleyball can’t play Streator every week, so it was best to make the most of its battle with the Lady Bulldogs on Thursday.
Kaneland improves to 2-0 after enduring furious Huntley rally
HUNTLEY—It’s not one quarter of football, but rather four.
Once again, the Kaneland Knights football team had to endure a string of successful drives by the opposition.
KANELAND—With a lineup firmly in place, there’s no telling what Kaneland’s tennis squad is capable of.
KANELAND—Lady Knights cross country is still getting into the swing of things in 2012, and their best way is to do it in stride.
Kaneland—For the second week in a row, Kaneland’s pack-running mentality proved successful as the Knights cross country team defeated both East Aurora and Yorkville at Elburn Woods on Tuesday.
Kaneland—The Lady Knights volleyball team improved its record to 5-2 with a Tuesday win over Hinckley-Big Rock.
KHS has just 1 loss through 6 contest
KANELAND—It looks like the Knights soccer team is an expert in playing close matches.
Kaneland—The Kaneland Silver Stars—a girls feeder program for the high school’s basketball program—announced the schedule for its tryouts for the 2012-13 season.
KANELAND—While the journey last Thursday for Kaneland High School golf was west, the Knights’ fortunes went north after its Northern Illinois Big XII crossover battle.
INDIANAPOLIS—Boosted by continued growth in several girls sports, participation in high school sports increased for the 23rd consecutive year in 2011-12, according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).
The Kaneland Knights Volleyball car wash was held on Aug. 18 at the Elburn & Countryside Community Center. Here, the girls clean a Rolls Royce that pulled in for a wash.
Knights overcome slow start for 25-24 win
CHICAGO—It wasn’t the start the Kaneland Knights football outfit wanted, but it’ll take the finish.
KHS boys XC team takes 6 of top 7 spots in season opener
Kaneland—Pack running has long been the mantra of the Kaneland High School boys cross country team under head coach Chad Clarey.
KANELAND—A win last week at West Chicago had Kaneland tennis on a smooth track early.
KANELAND—”Two out of three ain’t bad,” and in the case of Kaneland volleyball, it nets a fifth-place finish.
Knights top W. Aurora, DeKalb after loss to Marengo
KANELAND—Kaneland High School golf coach Mark Meyer knew his team wasn’t as deep as in years past, but believed the talent at the top could more than make up for any holes.
Knights win 2 of 3 in Fox Valley area
KANELAND—Jacobs High School’s tournament in Algonquin, Ill., usually provides a nice early-season test for Kaneland soccer.
Lady Knight XC opens season with win by taking 4 of 5 top spots
Kaneland—Kaneland High School’s girls cross country team on Tuesday started its season on the right foot, earning a victory in a tri-meet over West Chicago and Wheaton Academy on Tuesday.