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KHS soccer solves 3, puzzled by Sycamore

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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.

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Calder Cup chase ends for Sweatt

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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.

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8th-place finish at Kane County Invite for girls track

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KANELAND—With the regular season in its final weeks, the Kaneland High School girls track squad finds itself homestretching across finish lines.

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Knight boys lay down exceptional efforts

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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.

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Hopkins’ CG key to win over Sycamore

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KANELAND—Knight pitcher John Hopkins kept the ball down, and with it, the chances for Sycamore to break through.

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KHS soccer cleats Hubs

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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.

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KHS seeing shine on softball diamond

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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.

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Peterson Prep goes Kaneland’s way in 2012

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KANELAND—After the 2011 results of the annual Peterson Prep boys track meet at Kaneland, the Knights’ fortunes could only get so much better.

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Baseball holds own in NIB-12 conference play

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KANELAND—Much like last year, the Knight nine are taking care of business as the calendar turns pages on the season.

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KHS softball reaches 20-win plateau

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KANELAND—Lady Knights softball continues to hit, which may give groans to opponents that see the Kaneland lineup on its upcoming schedule.

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Soccer slams West division’s Ottawa

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OTTAWA—In the case of Lady Knights soccer, the mix of old and new is gelling enough to make anyone happy.

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KHS girls track sees firsts in 4×800, 1600m

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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.

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Pitcher Stahl tosses gem for KHS sophs

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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.

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Sweatt, Wolves still alive in Calder Cup chase

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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.

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