MAPLE PARK—The Kaneland United Soccer Club will be holding tryouts for its 2012 fall travel teams for boys and girls from U8 through U18.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Participation and fan interest in high school basketball remain strong throughout the nation, and the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Basketball Rules Committee voted to retain one aspect of the sport that makes it unique from other levels of play.
KANELAND—Lady Knights soccer’s late-season homestretch is busy, to say the least.
It matters little how healthy you are heading into the regionals next week.
First year with Chicago’s Wolves ends in first-round defeat
ELBURN—If it’s not navigating the puck or avoiding checks into the boards, it’s packing boxes.
KANELAND—With the regular season in its final weeks, the Kaneland High School girls track squad finds itself homestretching across finish lines.
KANELAND—Your Kaneland High School boys track outfit is getting hot at the right time.
On April 25, the Knight boys took care of DeKalb’s team in convincing fashion in a 110-36 dual.
KANELAND—Knight pitcher John Hopkins kept the ball down, and with it, the chances for Sycamore to break through.
KANELAND—When you put up a seven-spot in soccer, you know something’s gone right.
With six goals in the first half, the Lady Knights picked up a conference win and upped their record to 7-3-1 after a 7-0 solving of the visiting Rochelle Hubs.
KANELAND—Kaneland softball is sticking with what works.
It’s what’s produced not only a six-game win streak, but now 21 wins in its last 23 contests.
SYCAMORE—Sycamore Speedway will be running the season opener this Saturday, May 5, with all cars and all classes. Gates open at 6 p.m., racing at 8 p.m.
SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College captured the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference (ISCC) softball title for the second year in a row.
KANELAND—After the 2011 results of the annual Peterson Prep boys track meet at Kaneland, the Knights’ fortunes could only get so much better.
KANELAND—Much like last year, the Knight nine are taking care of business as the calendar turns pages on the season.
KANELAND—Lady Knights softball continues to hit, which may give groans to opponents that see the Kaneland lineup on its upcoming schedule.
OTTAWA—In the case of Lady Knights soccer, the mix of old and new is gelling enough to make anyone happy.
DIXON—Interstate 88’s corridor wields some talented girls track rosters, and Kaneland’s intent was to join that group after Friday’s Dixon Invite.
The Maple Park Outlaws won the Rockford Riverhawks tournament at the Road Ranger Stadium in Rockford on April 7.
KANELAND—Nick Stahl of the Kaneland sophomore baseball team tossed a no-hitter on Tuesday, as the Knights took care of Yorkville, 4-0. The sophomores improved to 11-6.
ROSEMONT, Ill.—Elburn native Bill Sweatt contributed an assist as the Chicago Wolves defeated the San Antonio Rampage on Tuesday night, 3-2, at Allstate Arena in the first round of the Calder Cup playoffs.
MAPLE PARK—Maple Park Baseball will host its 4th annual Parents Night Out Raffle on Saturday, May 12, at 7 p.m.