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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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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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2015 Preview: Knights baseball sets its sights high in 2015

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KANELAND—With the warmth of spring comes the promise of another baseball season. For the Kaneland varsity team, spring 2015 is no different. Big expectations have also surfaced at the plate and in the outfield, and the Knights have set their ceiling high. “Our goals are always (to) compete for (a Northern Illinois Big XII) Conference…

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Crosby comeback

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2007 Kaneland grad signs minor league deal with Red Sox FORT MYERS, FLA.—The ache in his left shoulder is gone. The bone chips in his left elbow have been surgically removed. For the first time in two seasons, left-handed pitcher Casey Crosby is feeling great—and he has a new contract to play for a Boston…

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Waubonsee offers fall high school baseball

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SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College will host a fall baseball league for high school players who are not participating in any fall high school sports. This IHSA-approved league is the area’s longest running and most economical fall league. Over 2,100 players have participated throughout the past 29 years with hundreds going on to compete at the…

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Knights nine close out summer session

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KANELAND—It was time well-spent, if you’re Kaneland High School baseball. The summer session for baseball teams usually involved getting the capable athletes to play in tandem with one another, and hope for better things in nine months time. Kaneland (20-10-3) was able to see how it was able to play together and how much hope…

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Tickle earns athletic honors at Coe College

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CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA—Jake Tickle of Elburn earned an athletic letter for outstanding participation on the Coe College baseball team during the 2013-14 academic year. Tickle, a 2010 graduate of Kaneland High School, is the son of Elizabeth Tickle. Tickle is a first-year letter winner in baseball. The baseball team is under the direction of 18th-year…

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Multi-tiered effort highlights summer league win over Batavia

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KANELAND—Humid conditions in Maple Park didn’t make things easy for the Batavia Bulldogs baseball lineup. Neither did the steady inning management of Knights pitcher Steven Limbrunner and the bats of Nick Stratman and Danny Hammermeister, as the KHS brethren walloped Batavia 8-0 in summer league play on Monday. “To get these guys a look that…

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Summer time blues

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Kaneland’s Monday meeting with MV ends in loss GENEVA—In a stuffy setting at Geneva High School, the Knights’ summer league basketball team experienced their second Monday of the Geneva Summer League. The result didn’t do much to improve the atmosphere. Playing catchup for the majority of the running-clock tempo, the Knights took on Metea Valley…

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Sectional shutdown

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Baseball’s quest ends in semifinal against rival Sycamore ROCHELLE, Ill.—Kaneland’s baseball season came to an end on June 4, not with a bang or a whimper. Rather, it was the inability to connect aluminum to ball. In a pitchers’ duel, Kaneland was denied a single hit off Sycamore pitcher Colan Treml, while suffering a Brett…

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Sweet revenge leads to Sectional

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KHS no-hits ACC, outlasts St. Francis for first Regional crown since ‘11 PLANO—Do you remember what happened the last time Kaneland High School baseball captured a regional? It led to a pileup on the Silver Cross Field mound in Joliet, Ill. First things first, however, as the Knights braved the top-seeded St. Francis Saints of…

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Ironing it out

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Photo: Junior Jacob Bachio makes a play on an ACC runner at second base. Kaneland lost the final regular season matchup with ACC, 6-0, and play the Chargers again today at 4:30 p.m. in Plano. Photo by Mary Paulson KHS diamond boys fall in regular season finale to upcoming playoff foe KANELAND—If adjustments have to…

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Knights baseball makes diamond rough

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Photo: Senior Curtis Thorson pitching for the Knights at the Pack the Park Special Event. Photo by Mary Paulson KANELAND—On Thursday, Kaneland went to the Northern Illinois Big XII well once again for a trip to Morris, but lost 4-1. On Saturday, KHS hosted non-conference rival St. Charles East in Maple Park and lost 4-2.…

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Rivals come together in Cougar-land

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Photo: KHS softball coach Brian Willis, who is battling colon cancer, will be honored at Monday’s Pack the Park event at Fifth Third Bank Park in Geneva. Photo by Patti Wilk Kaneland-Batavia clash to benefit great causes KANELAND—Area baseball teams aren’t only mindful of the postseason task ahead. They’re also willing and able to help…

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May days going OK for baseball

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Photo: Senior catcher Sean Dunphy (above) catches a pop-up foul in the first inning against Oswego Saturday. Photos by Mary Paulson KANELAND—Dealing with some rivalries and non-conference foes this past week, the Knights were tripped up after a close win. On Monday, Kaneland traveled to Morris and lost 6-3. Tuesday saw the Knights lose again…

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Pack the Park event at Fifth Third Bank Park May 19

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GENEVA—The Kaneland Knights and Batavia Bulldogs baseball teams want to pack the park at Geneva’s Fifth Third Bank Park May 19 to raise money for three honorary families to help them in their battles with cancer. This year’s honorees include Kaneland softball head coach Brian Willis, Kaneland senior baseball player Kevin Kassinger’s father, Phil, and…

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Despite pair of losses, KHS still moving on basepaths

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KANELAND—The won/loss percentage may have sunk a tad, but Kaneland baseball has shown it has the talent on all sides of the diamond to work past troubles. On May 1, defending conference champ Yorkville invaded Maple Park and won 11-1 in five innings, while Friday had the Aurora Christian Eagles slip past the Knights in…

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