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Drew it up

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David’s clutch 3 beats rival Sycamore; KHS also downs L-P
KANELAND—Your boys basketball team is 11-6, 5-1 in the Northern Illinois Big XII setting, and 10-2 in its last 12 contests.

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Knights at hub of victory

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KANELAND—Eight out of 10 isn’t bad.

Outside of two setbacks at last month’s Plano Christmas Classic, the Knights don’t have a blemish on the slate since junior guard Drew David saw his way back into the lineup from injury.

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Knights take care of Yorkville, BC

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KANELAND—The silver-and-black-clad Knights are making good on committing to excellence in 2013.

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Dudzinski named Patriot League Player of the Week

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WORCESTER, Mass.—Holy Cross junior forward Dave Dudzinski, an Elburn resident and Kaneland High School alum, was named the Patriot League/Anaconda Player of the Week, for competition from Dec. 17-23.

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Top-tier finish in Plano for boys hoops

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PLANO—Kaneland boys basketball is slowly but surely gelling again.

At the 50th running of the Plano Christmas Classic, that reality stood as an ominous warning to some teams and a statement of fact to the teams that bested the Knights.

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Hot start

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KHS boys trounce Sandwich in Plano Classic’s first round
KANELAND—It’s a tall order for an 11th seed to find glory in the Plano Christmas Classic, so Kaneland had to take it one step at a time at the tournament setting.

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Drew drops in on DeKalb

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Key 3 fuels comeback win at Barbs
Kaneland—Perhaps the only group unhappy to see the return of Kaneland point guard Drew David was the group hosting the boys basketball game on Friday night.

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Boys step into pressure cooker

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Sycamore ‘D’ too much; KHS nabs win over H-BR
Kaneland—There would be no duplicating the last-second magic of late November like the Kaneland boys basketball team had against Morris. The host Sycamore Spartans made absolutely sure of that on Friday along Spartan Trail.

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Tylertown!

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Carlson’s putback buzzer-beater gives KHS win No. 1
KANELAND—It was a case of right place, right time for Kaneland junior Tyler Carlson.

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Knight boys have early uphill climb

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KHS drops first 3 contests as part of Windmill Invite
KANELAND—Good news for Kaneland boys basketball is that it’s still November.

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Winter Sports Preview: Season of change

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Knight cagers hope returnees lead team full of newcomers
KANELAND—There seems to be a wrinkle at the beginning of every Kaneland High School boys basketball season.

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Kaneland holds court in summertime

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MORRIS—Twenty-minute halves, a running clock, and kids wearing something akin to rec-league warmups.

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Closest to the Pin

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KHS wrestling coach Monty Jahns tees off during the Kaneland Boys Basketball Program 3rd Annual Golf Outing, which was held on Saturday at Bliss Creek Golf Club in Sugar Grove.

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KHS Boys track visits Ottawa for a second

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KANELAND—Anytime and anywhere, Kaneland boys track serves to be a threat against area competition.

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Third annual golf outing a charm for Knight boys hoops

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KANELAND—Foursomes and sponsorships are going fast, but there is still time to join the Kaneland boys basketball program in a day of fun at the third annual golf outing on Saturday, June 9, held at Bliss Creek Golf Course in Sugar Grove.

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