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April 16 sports recap

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Don’t see your results in the Elburn Herald? Have your coach email them to sports@elburnherald.com or fax them to (630) 365-2251. Sophomore Softball April 7 vs. Yorkville—The Lady Foxes defeated the Knights 6-3. Aly Jesionowski stuck out nine, but gave up five earned runs and five walks. Katie Kurzrock went 2-for-4, while Jesinowski went 1-for-4…

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Elburn Ladies Golf League seeks golfers

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ELBURN—The Elburn Ladies Golf League is looking for women to join its league at Bliss Creek Golf Course, 1 Golfview Lane, Sugar Grove. Beginner golfers are welcome. The nine-hole league plays on Wednesday mornings, beginning May 13 and ending in September, with a tee-off time of 7:30 a.m. An informational coffee time will take place…

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Heading home

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Senior Dan Hammermeister (above) waits for his pitch against O’Fallon Saturday. Junior Jake Marczuk (below) hit a single to right field and sprints down the first base line to beat the throw to first Saturday in Emerson, Ga. The Knights played six games in Kentucky and Georgia. 							       Photos by Mary Paulson

Knights close out spring break trip with 2-4 record EMERSON, GA.—The Knights are happy to be home. After dropping its first two games during the early portion of their annual spring break trip, the Kaneland baseball team finished out its final four games in Emerson, Ga., in a split. Kaneland’s season record now stands at…

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Short handed

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Knights lose first game during spring break, bounce back with full-strength win KANELAND—Playing without 10 varsity players, a shorthanded Kaneland girls soccer team lost to West Aurora 5-1 on April 2, during spring break. It was Kaneland’s first loss of the season after easily winning its first three matches. The Lady Knights were outscored 3-1…

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April 9 sports recap

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Don’t see your results in the Elburn Herald? Have your coach email them to sports@elburnherald.com or fax them to (630) 365-2251. Sophomore Softball April 1 vs. St. Charles East—The Knights mounted a great comeback in their 8-7 win over St. Charles East. The Saints took a commanding 5-0 lead after four innings, but a four-run…

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Waubonsee makes first National Tourney appearance

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Brooke Harner bringing the ball across mid-court against North Arkansas College on Thursday, March 19.
Photo submitted by Steve Moga to bdraper@elburnherald.com

Three former Knights on basketball team OVERLAND PARK, KS—The 2015 edition of Waubonsee Community College women’s basketball began the season with a new coach and big expectations. Head coach Jim Sury took over the program after the retirement of long-time head coach Dana Wagner, and following the squad’s best season in school history. In 2014,…

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Onslaught continues

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Sophomore Morgan Weber tags out a Batavia base runner trying to steal second base on Monday.							  Photo by Ben Draper

High-powered offense lifts softball to 3-1 record KANELAND—An 11-run onslaught in the second inning of last Thursday’s softball contest helped give the Kaneland Knights a 14-4 win against the Dixon Dutchesses in five (run rule) innings. Add a 9-3 Monday win over Batavia, but a 9-3 setback Tuesday against Oswego, and the Knights have a…

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Knights close out indoor season at Top Times Indoor Championships

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BLOOMINGTON, Ill.—Last weekend, nineteen Kaneland track and field athletes headed south to Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Ill., to put an exclamation point on their 2015 indoor season at the annual Illinois Top Times High School Indoor Championship—the unofficial state indoor championship. The meet features separate Class 1A, 2A and 3A competitions for both boys…

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The wait

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Idle soccer focuses on next challenges by Doug Oleson KANELAND—It was late in the second half of the girls soccer match in Belvidere on Saturday, March 21, when a pigeon flew onto the light structure high above the Kaneland bench. For several minutes, a half-dozen Kaneland players, sitting near the end of the bench, couldn’t…

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Kaneland Sports Boosters spring fundraiser April 18

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GENEVA—The Kaneland Sports Boosters will host their annual spring fundraiser, a Knight to Remember with Red Woody, on Saturday, April 18, from 7 to 11 p.m. at Mill Creek Golf Club in Geneva. The event featues a live concert by the band Red Woody, silent auction, raffles and more. Proceeds benefit all Kaneland sports programs.…

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Photo: From fifth seed to … champions!

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The Kaneland youth basketball league held a “March Madness” style, single-elimination tournament at Kaneland Harter Middle School on March 21. The fifth/sixth grade boys team from Sugar Grove was seeded fifth going into the tournament, and wound up becoming tournament champions. The team included Tyler Hoeft, Brian Beattie, Jake Franzen, Adam Shell, Ethan Stoker, Joey…

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April 2 sports recap

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Don’t see your results in the Elburn Herald? Have your coach email them to sports@elburnherald.com or fax them to (630) 365-2251. Girls Soph. Soccer March 18 vs. IMSA—The Knights defeated the Titans 8-0. Gabriela Falleto had three goals and Rachel Fielding had two. Mallory Burgin, Willow Dunne and Marry Collum each had a goal. Burgin…

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No break

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Junior Joe Laudont makes an incredible play at home to get the final out in the inning, but the Knights couldn’t take down the St. Xavier Tigers in Louisville, Ken. The 4-1 loss on Monday was followed up with a 4-2 loss to Atlanta’s St. Pius Tuesday. The baseball team finishes up their spring break trip with four games in Emerson, Ga.   			   Photo by Mary Paulson

Baseball travels for spring break games LOUISVILLE, KY.—The Knights baseball team finally took the field in 2015, losing to Louisville, Ken.-based St. Xavier 4-1 during the opening game of their spring break trip. Colton Fellows pitched 3.1 innings in the loss, giving up four hits and four runs, with two walks and a strikeout. Steven…

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McNair Field not in play for Elburn baseball league

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ELBURN—Elburn Youth Baseball and Softball teams will not play at McNair Field, after discussions with the land owner to renegotiate a lease with Blackberry Township reached an impasse late last year. After the expiration of a 10-year lease between Blackberry Township and Burr Ridge, Ill., company Transmission Relay Corporation, the township was able to negotiate…

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Pitch perfect

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Laura Gampfer KHS Girls Soccer v. IMSA 3-19-15-4

Soccer starts 3-0; outscore opponents 24-0 by Doug Oleson KANELAND—Before every game, Scott Parillo encourages his team to jump out to an early lead if at all possible. “You love to have a couple of quick goals,” said the head coach of the girls soccer team. It’s a philosophy his players have bought into. “It…

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Early revenge

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Knights dominate BC in softball opener KANELAND—The varsity softball team made its 2015 opener a memorable one, as it soundly defeated the Burlington Central Rockets 11-0 at home last Thursday afternoon. The five-inning (run-rule) victory gave the Knights a 1-0 record to start their season.” Junior Courtney Davis (1-0) started on the mound for Kaneland…

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