KANELAND—Dixon’s baseball field is somewhat secluded, and surrounded by tall trees.
Knights also earn dual win vs. Spartans
KANELAND—How do you deal with boys track giants from the Quad Cities area along with other very talented outfits?
WAUBONSEE—Waubonsee Community College had four men’s basketball players recognized for their outstanding play this past season by the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference (ISCC) and the NJCAA’s Region IV Committee.
WAUBONSEE—Waubonsee Community College women’s basketball players Colleen Purcell, Karla Vietinghoff and Maxzine Rossler were all recently recognized by the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference (ISCC).
OREGON, Ill.—KHS opened its outdoor campaign with an 83-point showing in a meet hosted by Oregon High School on Tuesday afternoon.
KANELAND—Foursomes and sponsorships are going fast, but there is still time to join the Kaneland boys basketball program in a day of fun at the third annual golf outing on Saturday, June 9, held at Bliss Creek Golf Course in Sugar Grove.
Stellar pitching keys additional wins over Sandwich, Morris
KANELAND—If you thought the method for getting a softball season out of an early funk was going to the state of Tennessee, then you’re stealing the Lady Knights softball team’s way of doing things.
KANELAND—Spring break stories for Kaneland baseball will feature impressive displays against teams from Decatur, Ill.
Wins over BC, Marmion make diamond less rough
KANELAND—An season-opening loss wasn’t ideal, but soon after, Kaneland baseball acted and played like the champions they were against hosts Burlington Central and Marmion.
The Kaneland varsity girls try to figure out a plan during their 10-5 home loss against Burlington Central on March 21. Photo by Patti Wilk
WASCO—Wasco Girls Fastpitch is looking for 10U and 12U/14U umpires for the 2012 Spring/Summer season.
Kaneland Cagers hoops put on a show in March.
AURORA—Kaneland Lady Knights soccer must be sick and tired of these Royal meetings.
Defending 3A Champs look for precious medals once again
KANELAND—2011 was a summer to remember in the annals of the relatively short history of Kaneland High School baseball.
KANELAND—Numbers are down, and the roster no longer includes assets like Andie Strang, Kris Bowen and Brooke Patterson.
KANELAND—An 8-1 start a year ago turned into a 14-19 finish for a softball group hoping for bigger things.
KANELAND—The Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) selected Ernie Colombe as the District 5 Girls Basketball 3A/4A Coach of the Year.
KANELAND—It was unfortunate that the end result of Kaneland Lady Knights softball failed to match the ideal weather of the past week.
KANELAND—For the past three seasons, Kaneland girls soccer has made it to heights previously unknown.
Now comes the challenge of kicking even higher.
KANELAND—Coach Scott Parillo was happy at his girls soccer unit’s effort in the opening contest against Geneseo, despite the less-than-desirable result.