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KHS announces 2015 fall sports accolades

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Laura Gampfer KHS boys golf at Fox Valley 9-12-15-4

KANELAND—The Kaneland athletic department recently released a list of its 2015 fall sports all conference honorees. All Conference athletes: Boys cross country: Matt Richtman, Austin Kintz, Sean Spaetzel Girls cross country: Brianna Bower, Noelle Espino, Grace Purcell, Tessa Brennan Football: First team: Andrew Kray, Jake Marczuk, Isaish Baerenklau, Mitchel Groen, Tanner Robertsen Honorable mention: Tyler…

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Tennis season ends at Sectional

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ST. CHARLES—It wasn’t over when it was over. Kaneland was eliminated from the state series during Friday’s St. Charles East sectional, and while most teams would give their rackets a respite once their season ended, the Knights practiced as a team earlier this week. They’re just a very close group that has a lot of…

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Knights sixth in NIB-12

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Also beat Yorkville earlier in week KANELAND—Brittany Zablocki showed some concern with her racquet strings during Tuesday’s win at Yorkville. It’s not that the senior is superstitious. She seriously thought something was wrong with her racket. “We decided it was in her head,” Kaneland coach Tim Larsen said. “Then she went out and took fourth…

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Crunch time for Knights

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Rut or not, postseason looms for KHS tennis KANELAND—Time is running out for the Kaneland girls tennis team. The Knights have the Northern Illinois Big XII Conference meet this weekend at Rochelle and then the St. Charles East sectional the following weekend. Ideally, the Knights will be playing some of their best tennis heading into…

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Gaining momentum

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Laura Gampfer KHS Girls Tennis v. Morris 9-15-15-6

Knights second at Yorkville, wallop Oswego KANELAND—It’s not how you start, but how you finish. The Kaneland girls tennis team struggled early last week, losing to Rosary and Morris on Monday and Tuesday. But the Knights regrouped with a few strong practices, which seemingly put them in a better place. That place would be second…

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Sept. 24 sports recap

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KHS Soph. Volleyball Sept. 17 vs. Sycamore—The Knights improved to 5-4 with a 25-12, 25-18 win over Sycamore. Sept. 22 vs. Morris—The sophomore Knights won 25-15, 25-19 to improve to 7-4 overall, and 3-0 in conference play. KHS Fresh. Volleyball Sept. 17 vs. Sycamore—The freshman A team won 23-25, 25-21, 25-19. The B team won…

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Sept. 17 sports recap

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KHS Volleyball SOPH: Sept. 8 vs. Indian Creek—The Knights won 25-12, 25-13. SOPH: Sept. 10 vs. IMSA—Kaneland beat the Titans 25-22, 25-11. Soph: Sept. 15 @ DeKalb—The Knights won 25-19, 25-13. FRESH: Sept. 8 vs. Indian Creek—Kaneland won 25-11, 25-19. FRESH: Sept. 15 @ DeKalb—The freshman A team won 14-25, 25-10, 25-17. The B team…

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Knights take some lumps

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KHS tennis dispatched by Rosary, struggles at WV KANELAND—The weather finally proved accommodating for the Kaneland girls tennis team on Monday afternoon. Unfortunately, visiting Rosary wasn’t nearly as nice. While juniors Marley Schultz and Lauren Karolewicz won a wild match in No. 1 doubles, taking the first set, 6-4, before getting blanked 6-0. That set…

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Keeping busy

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Tennis earns win over DeKalb KANELAND—With a big victory, a heat-related postponement and a car wash, it was quite a week on and off the court for the Kaneland girls tennis team. Kaneland picked up a huge victory on Tuesday, winning on the road at DeKalb 3-2, with the Knights sweeping the three doubles matches…

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Tennis continues to make adjustments

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Knights fall to Glenbard North, play rain-shortened Plainfield North Invitational KANELAND—A tennis player can learn a lot by battling several opponents during tournament play. It’s a chance to make adjustments—both on the fly, and back on the practice courts. Unfortunately, sometimes rain gets in the way. The Kaneland girls tennis team tried to compete in…

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Good start to new era

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Photo: Junior Abby Purnell notched a 6-4, 6-1 win for the Knights at No. 3 singles against Elgin’s Karla Ramos. Photo by Mary Paulson Tennis toughs out wind, chill to top Elgin KANELAND—Marley Schultz and Lauren Karolewicz are more than a little familiar with each other. Both are juniors on the Kaneland girls tennis team…

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2015 Fall Sports Preview: Larsen looks to solve lineup puzzle

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Tennis looks to future stars after losing seven varsity players to graduation by Chris Walker KANELAND—Brittany Zablocki is the last girl standing. Kaneland’s girls tennis team lost seven of its eight regular players to graduation last summer, so Zablocki is the Knights’ only returning starter this fall. “It’s so weird, because I still feel like…

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Knights Under the Lights Aug. 20

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KANELAND—The Kaneland Sports Boosters first fundraising event of the year, the annual Knights Under the Lights scrimmage, is set for Thursday, Aug. 20, at Peterson Field. It’ll be the the first chance to check out the brand-new scoreboard (above), get introduced to all of the Kaneland High School fall sports teams, and take part in…

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Mandatory Parent Meeting for Fall Sports

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The Kaneland High School fall sport parent meeting will be held on Monday, Aug. 10, in the KHS Auditorium. Athletic Director Peter Goff will begin with a “State of the Knight” presentation at 7 p.m., followed by breakout sessions for individual fall sports. Fall sports 1st practice times/locations • Cheerleading: Aug. 12; 8-10 a.m., balcony…

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