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Conley to play at Wisconsin-Whitewater next season KANELAND—Camri Conley first learned to play basketball in Indiana. She’s become a star player in Illinois. She’ll take her game to the next level in Wisconsin. The Kaneland senior has committed to play at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. “I love the campus, and I love basketball,” she said.…

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long-term connections

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Photo: The Kaneland Silver Stars featured current KHS seniors Vanessa Gould (far left top row), Camri Conley (far left, bottom row) and Bailey Crimmins (tallest girl). This photo was from their sixth-grade year. Photo submitted by Camri Conley to cwalker@elburnherald.com In part two of a two-part series, Kaneland Publications examines the ways in which Kaneland…

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Glory in Ottawa

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Big Tuesday win leads to championship tilt with Yorkville OTTAWA—Kaneland had never before won the Ottawa Lady Pirate Christmas Classic, and standing in their way were two tough tests. As it turned out for the Knights, they had what it took to ace both. Dec. 22 vs. Lincoln-Way West—Kaneland knew it had a formidable opponent…

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Bailey Crimmins has been a steady force inside for the Knights.              File Photo

Knights open Ottawa Christmas Classic tournament with victories against Geneseo, Sandwich KANELAND—Basketball teams aren’t typically accustomed to playing twice on the same day at the high school level. That was the latest adversity that the Kaneland girls team faced as the Knights opened play in the Ottawa Christmas Classic on Saturday. Despite having to play…

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Feed the need

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In part one of a two-part series, the Elburn Herald examines the ways in which Kaneland replenishes its roster of talent, positions following graduation of seniors KANELAND—Once the seniors play out their eligibility in early 2016, the Kaneland boys basketball team will be left with a roster of only four players qualified to return. Where…

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Dec. 17 sports recap

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Don’t see your results in the Herald newspapers? Have your coach email them to sports@elburnherald.com or fax them to (630) 365-2251. KHS Freshman Girls BBall Dec. 10 @ DeKalb—10 Knights scored, led by Brianna Thomas’ 12 points, as the Knights rolled the Barbs 44-8. Dec. 14 @ Yorkville—Kaneland improved to 9-0 (5-0 in NIB-12) with…

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Girls basketball keeps rolling

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Knights holding opponents to just 25.6 points per game KANELAND—The Kaneland girls basketball team looked rather comfortable in their own gym, making things quite unpleasant for a couple of opponents on Friday and Saturday. The Knights fought off a sluggish first quarter before disposing of Morris, 69-23, in their Northern Illinois Big XII East Conference…

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I.C. champions

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Knights win tourney title, start 4-0 ELMHURST, Ill.—After dominating Luther North, Evergreen Park and Regina, Kaneland’s girls basketball team received its first big test of the season during Friday’s championship game against host I.C. Catholic in the ICCP Thanksgiving Tournament. Thanks to a fantastic defensive effort, Kaneland held off a pesky I.C. Catholic squad, 48-37,…

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KHS girls freshman basketball recap

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Nov. 19 @ Rochelle—Kaneland won 49-19, led by Hannah Armin’s 10 points and Maddy Wheatley’s eight. Katie Colombe had six and Peyton Giffney had five points. Nov. 24 @ Downers Grove North—KHS won 52-30. Armin scored 12 points and Sydney Fedderly 10. Jillian Mitchinson had six points. Nov. 28 @ Addison Trail—The Knights won 50-27.…

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Opening statements

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Knights 2-0 in dominating fashion ELMHURST, Ill.—Kaneland senior Bailey Crimmins got whistled for a few three-second violations early on Saturday afternoon. Other than a few missed shots, it was the only thing that could stop her from scoring. Crimmins scored a game-high 16 points, including 12 in the second quarter, and the Knights enjoyed a…

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2014-15 girls basketball preview: They’re back

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Eight seniors return for Colombe’s Knights KANELAND—The Kaneland girls basketball team has so much depth and experience, this could truly be a special season for the Knights. Coming off a successful 18-10 campaign last season, the Knights welcome back almost everyone from last year’s team, including eight seniors. KHS lost only two players from last…

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That didn’t take long

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Former KHS standout inducted into Elmhurst College Hall of Fame ELMHURST, ILL.—It was just a matter of time, really. Former Kaneland basketball player Lyndsie Long (class of 2006) was inducted into the Elmhurst College Hall of Fame this past Saturday. The ceremony took place during halftime of Elmhurst’s homecoming football game versus Carthage. In her…

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IHSA releases classifications for 2015-16 school year

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BLOOMINGTON, Ill.—The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) released the classifications breakdown for the 2015-16, and Kaneland will not see any changes to their sports landscape from the 2014-15 season. • Baseball: 3A (four classes) • Basketball (boys and girls): 3A (four classes) • Cross Country (boys and girls): 2A (three classes) • Cheerleading: Middle (three…

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Waubonsee makes first National Tourney appearance

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Brooke Harner bringing the ball across mid-court against North Arkansas College on Thursday, March 19.
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Three former Knights on basketball team OVERLAND PARK, KS—The 2015 edition of Waubonsee Community College women’s basketball began the season with a new coach and big expectations. Head coach Jim Sury took over the program after the retirement of long-time head coach Dana Wagner, and following the squad’s best season in school history. In 2014,…

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