Hayley Guyton wields the first-place hardware from the 2012 Women’s City Championship at Naperbrook Golf Course on June 20.
ELBURN—Matt Miller of Yorkville was the latest to succeed at making a hole-in-one at Hughes Creek Golf Course on Friday.
KANELAND—Soccer enthusiasts between the ages of 4 and 17 years old can now register online to play in the KYSO fall season, which will run from Aug. 18-Oct. 20.
Robert Johnson seems to be taking Friday evening’s Kaneland Knight Run 5K in stride.
Stat line: 1-1, 9.49 ERA before heading back to Toledo
CHICAGO—Casey Crosby’s first tenure in the majors with the Detroit Tigers was a historic occurrence.
The five-day Kaneland Youth Football League Skillz and Drillz camp concluded on Friday, with 138 kids participating. Members of the Northern Illinois University Huskies conducted drills on the final day.
Fox Valley Special Recreation Association athletes, shown here at a recent qualifying event, participated 32 strong at the Special Olympics Illinois Summer Games on June 15-17 at Illinois State University in Normal, Ill.
SUGAR GROVE—The Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference (ISCC) and the NJCAA Region IV Softball and Baseball Committees both recently recognized Waubonsee Community College players for their outstanding play this past spring.
ELBURN—Junior Stefanos Lekkas of Elburn is set to attend the USA Hockey National Player Development Camp held from July 7-13, at the Sports Centre in Rochester, N.Y.
KANELAND—Soccer enthusiasts between the ages of 4 and 17 years old can now register online to play in the KYSO fall season, which will run from Aug. 18 through Oct. 20.
LIMA, Oh.—After winning 31 games and advancing to the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference tournament, the University of Northwestern Ohio baseball team was honored by the WHAC with three players on the first team All-Conference list and six more on the honorable mention roll.
KANELAND—After his Major League Baseball debut on June 1, Casey Crosby knew he had to push on after a less-than-desirable result.
KANELAND—A highly successful 2011-12 spring season was recognized with team awards dished out earlier this week, as well as honors from the end-of-year senior athletic banquet.
GENEVA—The Kane County Cougars are making final preparations for next week’s Midwest League All-Star Game, to be held on Tuesday, June 19, at 6 p.m. at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark.
KHS wrestling coach Monty Jahns tees off during the Kaneland Boys Basketball Program 3rd Annual Golf Outing, which was held on Saturday at Bliss Creek Golf Club in Sugar Grove.
Former Knight lefty officially becomes current Tiger southpaw
KANELAND—Never has a pitching appearance that lasted 3.1 innings been so noteworthy or celebrated.
BELVIDERE, Ill.—Kaneland softball’s season had more ups than downs in 2012.
Unfortunately, the Sterling Lady Warriors brand of diamond play made KHS land with a thud.
KANELAND—Kaneland Harter Middle School tracksters ended their successful season with three noteworthy accomplishments.
SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College recently inducted five new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame during the college’s annual Athletic Banquet.
AURORA—There’s a saying that if you give someone an inch, they’ll take a mile.
In the case of Lady Knights softball, give them the sixth inning, they’ll score six runs.