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9-18 Sports Recap

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Sophomore Football Sept. 12 vs. Rich Central—The sophomore football team won 40-20. No individual stats were provided. Boys Fr/So Golf Sept. 15 vs. Sterling—Michael Petrick and Jake Hummel led the Knights with 44’s as Kaneland defeated Sterling 180 to 222. Jake Pearson and Jacob Milton each shot 46, while Luke Calabrese 48, Brock Williams 49,…

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Volleyball looks for Centennial challenge

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KANELAND—Kaneland volleyball now has 10 matches under its jersey, all in large invite fashion. Now at 6-5, the volleyball crew must hope the action this past weekend in Champaign, Ill., and the previous week in Wheaton, Ill., has prepared them for the rigors of Northern Illinois Big XII battles. After a 2-3 finish at Wheaton…

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9-11 Sports recap

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Fr/So Golf Aug. 26 vs. Hinckley-Big Rock—Kaneland defeated Hinckley-Big Rock 178 to 261. Jacob Hummel led the team with a 43. Michael Petrick and Rhett Espe each shot a 44. Jacob Milton (47), Jacob Romas (47) and Joey Brandonisio (53) rounded out the scores. Sept. 8 vs. Yorkville—The Knights defeated the Foxes 176-194. Dan Franck…

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Volleyball’s spike OK in first test

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Photo: Anna Senese spikes the ball over Raider defenders in action against Glenbard South Aug. 27. Photo by Laura Gampfer Lady Knights manage comeback win over Romeoville as part of middle-of-pack finish at Wheaton WHEATON, Ill.—Aug. 27 marked the return of Cyndi Violett to the Kaneland head coaching ranks, and also marked the beginning of…

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2014 Volleyball Preview: Kaneland volleyball rolls on despite reset button

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Seniors Brittany Grider and Elle Dunn (right) work on a blocking drill at last Friday’s practice. Junior Makenzie McMullan (below) taps the ball over the net in other practice action Friday. Photos by Patti Wilk Violett returns to head coaching spot with consistent talent pool KANELAND—It’s a similar story in some aspects to begin the…

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Turning up the heat

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Hottest time of year the best time to teach v-ball fundamentals to area athletes MAPLE PARK—Nearly 100 athletes were able to enjoy snow cones from a machine in the Kaneland High School East Gym on Tuesday. That was only after perspiring in the morning hours going through the paces of volleyball camps for aspects like…

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Bringing the heat

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Two Kaneland volleyball players, Jessie Weber (back row, second from right) and Maddie Keifer (back row, third from right) were part of the Kane County Juniors club team that placed third at the Volleyball Festival International Championships in Phoenix June 26-29. Photo submitted by Bob Webber to Kane County Juniors finish third in 15-year-old…

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Ky’s the limit

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Lady Knight star-turned-college libero wins prestigious Augustana honor ROCK ISLAND, ILL.—For a rising Kaneland volleyball program in the beginning of this decade, Class of 2012 athlete Kylie Siebert of Sugar Grove could be seen digging plenty of attempts from opponents. After two seasons as a libero for the Division III Augustana Vikings, Siebert has dug…

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Kylie Siebert named to CCIW all-conference team

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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.—Augustana sophomore Kylie Siebert, a Sugar Grove native and Kaneland graduate, was recently named to the all-conference volleyball team in the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin. Siebert, a 5-foot-5 libero, was the lone representative for the Vikings. She led the team this year in digs with 567 in 107 games played for…

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32 Knights earn NIB-12 honors

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KANELAND—Kaneland High School announced its fall all-conference athletic honorees Tuesday. In all, 32 Knight athletes were honored by the Northern Illinois Big XII. • Cross Country Boys: Luis Acosta, Kyle Carter, Nathaniel Kucera and Andrew Lesak Girls: Brianna Bower, Erika Carlson, Victoria Clinton, Aislinn Lodwig and Sydney Strang • Golf: Matt Yonkovich and Brody Kuhar…

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Third game not a charm

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Photo: Sophomore Anna Sinise had four digs and two kills in the Lady Knight’s Regional loss to Sycamore last Thursday. Photos by Patti Wilk Lady Knights’ journey ends by third-seed Sycamore in regional final SANDWICH, Ill.—There would be no standing tall, despite the valiant effort. Kaneland, the No. 1 seed in the Class 3A Sandwich…

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Lady Knights earn regional final berth-day

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Photo: Riley Hannula (left) and Vanessa Gould prepare to battle Riverside Brookefield during Saturday’s Spikefest at KHS. Photo by Lynn Logan Sweep against Plano means Halloween contest against Sycamore SANDWICH, ILL—Tough challenges can come your way as the No. 1 seed in any type of regional. It’s just a matter of what to do with…

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Coaching back to Normal

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Former KHS standout Drendel having a ball at Normal West KANELAND—You’ll have to excuse area volleyball fans if there is some positive sentiment for another team besides Kaneland High School. That’s because the incoming Normal West Wildcats program comes into the usual late October Spikefest competition with a bit of Kaneland presence itself. The visitors…

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Volleyball continues conference swing

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Homestretch features key win over Sycamore, loss at Rochelle KANELAND—With time running out on the 2013 campaign, Kaneland High School volleyball felt it was a good time to start running over competition. On Thursday, Kaneland went three games before beating rival and potential regional title opponent Sycamore in Maple Park, 25-22, 23-25, 26-24. On Tuesday…

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Far from Dunn

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Junior volleyball standout verbally commits to Ball State program KANELAND—While the football landscape in the Mid-American Conference has been coined “MACtion” as of late, the volleyball scene in that collegiate group looks to be getting some of its own, thanks to a standout at Kaneland. Last week, Lady Knight junior Ellie Dunn verbally committed to…

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Steady as she goes

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Lubic provides senior leadership during year of transition KANELAND—Jenny Lubic knew going into the 2013 volleyball season that changes aplenty were in store for the Knights. Kaneland had graduated several seniors from the 2012 squad who helped them chalk up 23 victories and capture its first regional championship since 1991. Lubic also was aware she…

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Tough road: Kaneland drops battle with Morris

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KANELAND—Finding a groove can be tough in a long volleyball season. The Lady Knights just hope that comfort finds them before the playoff road begins. Last Thursday, KHS trekked to the competitive setting of Morris where it lost in three games by a count of 17-25, 28-26, 16-25. On Saturday, Kaneland went to the Bettendorf…

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Kaneland volleyball faces Geneva test

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Photo: The Lady Knights volleyball team celebrates a point Wednesday against Geneva. Photo by Patti Wilk GENEVA—Only one challenge was out there to await Kaneland volleyball, but it was a familiar and daunting one. KHS traveled to non-conference foe Geneva on Oct. 2 and lost in three games, 18-25, 25-22, 25-23. The Lady Knights are…

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