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Lady Knights drop pair of matches

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KANELAND—The KHS bowling team dropped a pair of matches this week, both by narrow margins.

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Bowling drops duel with Huntley

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KANELAND—Kaneland bowling is trying to up the competitive fire against good teams, and its opponents are making sure it’s a difficult ride.

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Bowling sees promising signs at Lisle Invite

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KANELAND—Sometimes a weekend invite is all you need to see what can happen.

On Saturday, Kaneland bowling went to the Lisle Invite and came away with a second-place trophy in the “B” bracket.

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Bowlers secure non-conference win

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Lady Knights solve Lisle, dropped by Dixon
Kaneland—Kaneland bowling had a rougher start than they would have liked, but it no longer has to wonder where its first win will come from.

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Bowlers stopped by Marengo

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KANELAND—The Kaneland High School bowling team dropped a pair of meets this week, starting out the season 0-3.

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Winter Sports Preview: Senior-laden KHS bowlers hope to lay hurt to pins

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KANELAND—Bowlers representing Kane-land High School are taking to the local lanes with a love of the sport.

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Bowling season comes to an end at DeKalb

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DEKALB—Postseason action is ripe to provide unlikely performances leading to a sectional berth.

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Ottawa stops Kaneland on lanes

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KANELAND—Not even snow and hazardous travel conditions from a week prior could delay the end result of Thursday’s Kaneland-Ottawa bowling matchup.

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Rochelle tops Kaneland bowlers

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KANELAND—After a Thursday snowfall shelved Kaneland’s meeting in Ottawa, the Lady Knights took to the lanes on Saturday as part of the IMSA Invite, and on Tuesday when they hosted Rochelle.

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Lady Knights rule lanes against Geneva

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KANELAND—Geneva bowling is a relatively new program, but one thing is already familiar to the Lady Vikings.

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Bowlers squeezed on lanes by Lisle in 2012 opener

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DEKALB—It can take awhile before a bowling squad can get back into the swing of things after a layoff.

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L-P Cavs cave in Kaneland bowling

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KANELAND—Good news emerging from Monday’s bowling encounter between Kaneland and LaSalle-Peru was that the Lady Knights reached the Super Bowl faster than this year’s version of the Bears.

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Bowling gets first win of 2011-12

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KANELAND—While it’s been slow goings at the beginning of this still-new season, the Kaneland bowling unit keeps knocking down pins, and knocked down enough to nab its first win of the season on Dec. 7, against visiting Geneva.

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Bowling not spared by Dixon

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DeKALB—At Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb, the Lady Knights fell victim to a 2,951-2,451 result at the hands of Northern Illinois Big XII crossover foe Dixon on Thursday.

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Bowling falls to DeKalb in opener

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DeKALB—In the confines of Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb, the Lady Knights (0-3) probably felt like it was unfriendly surroundings in a loss to fellow tenant DeKalb on Nov. 22.

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Bowling welcomes influx of new blood

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KANELAND—While the Lady Knights will miss record book-rewriter Holly Thomas, and the team finished with a dual mark of 3-12, there are reasons to be optimistic.

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Winter sports awards, NIB-12 honors dished out

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A look through Kaneland’s winter sports award winners.

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KHS bowlers see season end in Roselle

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ROSELLE—When DeKalb and Lake Park are in your bowling sectional, it could make for a long morning.

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Bowling’s regular-season end features wins over Geneva, IMSA

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KANELAND—With the 2010-11 regular season in a true homestretch, the only way to begin a busy week of competition for Kaneland bowling turned out to be the most ideal.

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