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Case of the missing bats

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Baseball, Softball levels bear witness to no-hitters, perfect game KANELAND—To win on the baseball or softball field, many things have to go right. For a no-hitter or perfect game to be thrown, pitches have to go right past the bats with regularity. Area residents have been privy to each of those if they’ve ventured out…

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Steady lineup

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Photo: Sophomore Anthony Holubecki went six strong innings Monday against Yorkville. Photo by Patti Wilk Baseball looks to solidify against Yorkville, DeKalb, Wheaton Academy KANELAND—Compared to last year’s mediocre season output, it appears this year’s version of the Knights on the diamond has found its footing quite well. This past week saw a home defense…

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Baseball dethrones DeKalb, sits at 8-3

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Key second inning, pitching prowess make good recipe for NIB-12 win KANELAND—It’s good to be a member of Kaneland baseball at the moment. By that same token, it must be a giant headache to be on the opposite side of the diamond. With an 8-3 record, and 4-0 in the Northern Illinois Big XII, the…

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Kaneland baseball hits Ohio

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KANELAND—Playing at the University of Cincinnati against Ken Griffey Jr.’s former high school team was the highlight of a spring break trip for the Kaneland baseball team that featured more cancelations than games. The Knights’ ability to get out to a field and get regular season action underway had been hampered by the difficult winter…

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Knights can’t find friendly diamond

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CAROL STREAM, Ill.—Knight baseball were finally able to get out on the field to begin the 2014 regular season. It shall have to wait a bit longer for its first win to be in the books. Housed at the American Legion fields in Carol Stream, Ill., the Knights took on former conference rival Batavia, only…

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2014 Baseball Preview: Big hopes in Big XII

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Photo: Junior catcher Danny Hammermeister and senior catcher Sean Dunphy practice indoors with the baseball team. Photo by Patti Wilk Diamond crew looks to turn page, rebound from a year ago KANELAND—Knights baseball in 2014 represents, in essence, a new beginning. One year after getting bumped in its own Class 3A regional final by Wheaton’s…

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Former Knight champs boost CSBL Joliet squad in postseason

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Photo: Former KHS baseball player Brian Dixon (left) helped the Joliet Dirtbags baseball team beat the Crestwood Pantheers 14-4 in seven innings on Thursday in Midlothian, Ill. The Dirtbags qualified to compete in the NABF Major Regional tournament, set to begin Thursday, Aug. 1. The team features a pair of former Knights, with pitcher Kyle…

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Summer close-out

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Boylan Catholic ends Knight baseball’s summer season KANELAND—After the events of Monday in Maple Park, it seems like the lineup from Boylan Catholic of Rockford was a little better than the No. 13 seed. Boylan traveled to No. 4 KHS on Monday to compete at the Phil Lawler Classic, which traditionally marks the end of…

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What a ‘dirtbag’

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Former Knight Dixon finds role with Joliet Dirtbags men’s team KANELAND—For countless players of high school baseball, playing for your school is all you can hope for, much less be on a field celebrating a State championship. Kaneland High School graduate Brian Dixon checked both of those things off his list in 2011. Now, after…

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Taking summer stock

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Photo: Tyler Carlson contributed a couple RBI, but it wasn’t enough as the Knights fell short in their Summer League comeback bid against Sycamore 7-6 on Monday. File Photo Sycamore bests Kaneland in summer league action SYCAMORE—It’s never a nice feeling to lose to a close and storied rival like Sycamore, but you can try…

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2013 Spring Athletic Banquet Awards

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The Kaneland High School Athletics Department on Thursday, June 6, announced the award winners for varsity high school athletics. Below are those winners. Knight Award for three-sport athletes: Ashley Castellanos—Cross Country, Basketball, Track and Field; Sarah Grams—Tennis, Basketball, Softball; Brooke Harner—Tennis, Basketball, Soccer; Dan Miller—Golf, Basketball, Baseball Female Athlete of the Year: Sarah Grams Male…

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Baseball spiked by Spartans

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Knights nab first postseason win in 2 years, but loses in regional final KANELAND—After getting upended by DeKalb in the regional semifinal in 2012, to play for a regional plaque in 2013 was a welcome sight for Kaneland baseball. But the sight of a regional plaque is all that can be afforded, rather than grasping…

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Hello, old friend

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KHS faces Batavia in Midwest League setting in tail-end of regular season KANELAND—What’s one more postponement for Kaneland baseball? In a 2013 campaign rife with cancellations, 19 to be exact, Kaneland baseball wanted to make up its non-conference contest from Friday with Batavia. It was to get a final tune-up before Class 3A regionals start;…

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Pitching, defense lead to win over Cary-Grove

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Baseball beats Streator, falls to Marengo, Sycamore, in big week KANELAND—Knights baseball may have had a rougher go of it in 2013, but that doesn’t mean the boys can’t put together a stellar performance. Behind junior Curtis Thorson’s arm, the infield defense and a homer by Matt Limbrunner, the Knights bested the Cary-Grove Trojans in…

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Lengthy layoff ends

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Photos by Patti Wilk KHS baseball team faces full conference schedule by Mike Slodki KANELAND—It was familiar territory for Kaneland baseball, trying to tee off against Sycamore, DeKalb and Yorkville pitching. The Knights had varying degrees of success as the calendar left April. On Tuesday, Kaneland fell in a tough pitcher’s duel to Sycamore, 2-1.…

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Ready for more

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Photo: Casey Crosby fires a pitch from the mound in 2012 action as a member of the Toledo Mud Hens. Photo courtesy of Toledo Mud Hens First big-league start whets Crosby’s appetite by Mike Sandrolini ELBURN—Casey Crosby certainly didn’t mind an unexpected change of plans late last May that got him to “The Show,” aka,…

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See-saw start to season

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[button color=”blue” link=”http://kanelandpublications.com/29041/2013/04/18/photos-kaneland-vs-sterling-april-9/2/”]View Photos[/button] After rough start, Knights baseball wins 4 of last 5 by Mike Slodki KANELAND—It’s a case of slowly but surely for the boys in black. After dropping its first five games of the year in Cardinals territory, the KHS baseball lineup may find its footing just yet. The Knights won four…

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