Malta, Ill.—Kishwaukee College recently announced the signing of Kaneland High School graduate Grace Fabrizius to its volleyball team.
Knights’ football feels good about what 2012 holds
KANELAND—For the second straight season, Kaneland football endured a heart-pounding postseason journey.
KHS golf looks to improve upon 8-4 dual meet finish a year ago
KANELAND—You’ll have to excuse seventh-year coach Mark Meyer for not approaching 2012 with trepidation.
Cross country team looks to return to top-tier at state
KANELAND—One has to be considered a top-tier team in Class 2A after securing 15th place in the boys cross country finals a year ago.
Familiar core could equal success for girls XC
by Mike Slodki
KANELAND—How can you replace a Lady Knights girls cross country squad that finished eighth in the Class 2A meet a year ago?
Defending conference champs aim to continue winning ways
by Mike Slodki
KANELAND—It’s an exciting time to be involved in Kaneland tennis, whether you are a player or a parent, a fan or a friend.
Lady Knights use last year’s semifinal loss as motivation
KANELAND-—Last year’s Class 3A regional semifinal against Glenbard South had a little bit of everything.
KANELAND—KHS coach Scott Parillo has seen his team go through just about everything on the pitch.
A 2010 postseason saw the Knights play nine postseason overtimes enroute to a regional championship—the first for a head-to-head sport at Kaneland in five years—before losing to Sterling in the sectional semifinal.
Elite pitcher earns partial scholarship to Northern Illinois
KANELAND—Delani Vest is not quite done impressing on the softball diamond.
Kaneland—The Kaneland High School fall sports teams will be introduced to their fans on Thursday, Aug. 16, at 6 p.m.
Kaneland—The Kaneland cross country team will host its inaugural double-elimination Baggo tournament on Sunday, Aug. 26, at Kaneland Harter Middle School.
Sugar Grove—Waubonsee Community College will host a fall baseball league for high school players who are not participating in any fall high school sports.
Indianapolis—Batters in high school softball no longer will have to make an attempt to avoid being hit by a pitch in order to be awarded first base.
Screenings will be available to fans prior to evening ballgame
Geneva—The Kane County Cougars will welcome Dr. Steven Brown of Chicago Glaucoma Consultants and Dr. Anjali Hawkins of Geneva Eye Clinic on Saturday, Aug. 25.
The Kane County Cougars’ Daddy/Daughter Date Night has been recognized by Minor League Baseball as a finalist for this year’s Golden Bobblehead awards.
Rock Island, ILL.—According to Augustana College’s Associate Director of Athletics Dave Wrath, Kaneland graduate and Augustana Junior Eric Dratnol “might have the inside track for the center position” as the Vikings set their rosters for the upcoming football campaign.
Geneva—The Kaneland Youth Football League (KYFL) will hold a fundraiser at Potbelly Sandwich Shop in Geneva Commons on Friday, Aug. 24.
KANELAND—The Kaneland Sports Boosters are teaming up with Dodge for a great, fun-filled event during “Knights Under the Lights.”
Sugar Grove—The Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference recently named Waubonsee Community College’s Kelsey VandenBorn as one of the co-winners of the Dick Durrant Academic Athlete of the Year Award for 2011-12.
Kaneland Knights 12U team takes KCBL tourney championship
kaneland—The Kaneland Knights 12U baseball team concluded its 18-2 season with a championship victory in the Kane County Bronco League (KCBL) Tournament in late July.