MORRIS, Ill.—Kaneland has shown no fear when it comes to the slate of games in the Northern Illinois Big XII conference, and that’s something other girls basketball outfits should be leery of.
KANELAND—It’s tough to take three in a row against any opponent—much less in a competitive and tight Northern Illinois Big XII conference, and much less the Morris Redskins, who enjoy a stark homecourt advantage.
KANELAND—It’s tough to stand out at a wrestling invite, 22 teams deep.
For a select few KHS wrestlers, they were able to barrel through their fields for some noteworthy finishes at the 37th annual Sycamore Invite on Saturday.
Girls’ wins take sting out of OT loss at BC
KANELAND—The girls basketball crew from Kaneland found what it liked in at Yorkville on Friday, and had what it liked, but lost it on Saturday.
KANELAND—For now, the scales of the Kaneland-Burlington Central boys basketball rivalry tipped toward Kaneland.
KANELAND—Geneva bowling is a relatively new program, but one thing is already familiar to the Lady Vikings.
GENEVA—Chicagoland schools are encouraged to take part in Ozzie’s Reading Club, the Kane County Cougars’ reading incentive program.
PLANO, Ill.—If you want to improve yourself as the year ends to give yourself hope in the new year, Kaneland boys’ basketball had the right idea.
OSWEGO, Ill.—This year, more so than most, the Lady Knights play up to tough competition and rarely get blown out.
The 5th Grade Black Kaneland Silver Stars took second place in a recent holiday tournament.
DEKALB—Kaneland’s wrestling roster made its usual stop in a first-time locale as 2011 drew to a close.
DEKALB—It can take awhile before a bowling squad can get back into the swing of things after a layoff.
SUGAR GROVE—On the morning of Dec. 10, the Kaneland Harter Middle School boys basketball team and their parents traveled to the Batavia VFW, where they helped Fox Valley Troop Support assemble over 100 care packages for our deployed troops.
GENEVA—Kane County Cougars broadcaster Jeff Hem, who was the voice of Cougars radio broadcasts from 2005 through the 2011 season, has accepted a broadcasting and sales position with the Triple-A Nashville Sounds.
OSWEGO—It’s been a productive season thus far for your Kaneland Lady Knights hoops contingent. It’s been awhile since that label to a season could be touted.
KANELAND—What’s the best cure for a season that has given you the dual blues?
KANELAND—A team always likes to make a statement in its opening contest. Preferably, it’d be a positive statement.
WASCO—Wasco Girls Fastpitch Softball is a recreational softball league open to all area girls from kindergarten through 12th grade.
ELBURN—Is it too cold for the kids to go out to play? Come to Fitness Fun Class.
Neil helps KHS boys defend turf vs. DeKalb
KANELAND—With DeKalb coming in to Maple Park on Friday evening, Kaneland boys basketball would need players with a sense of the big stage.