On Saturday, Rich and Nancy Miller were presented with the “Friends of the Program” award from the Kaneland basketball program.
KHS girls drop pair at Sycamore, L-P
Kaneland—Kaneland girls basketball went through a weekend they’d like to have back, or not go through again.
KANELAND—Tuesday evening in Maple Park was exhibit “A” on how fortunes can change on a dime.
Comeback win over Rochelle evens KHS conference mark
by Mike Slodki
KANELAND—Bouncing back from adversity could be the difference in later games this season, and Kaneland girls basketball put it into practice this past Friday and Saturday as the calendar switched to 2013.
OTTAWA—It’s hard to get accustomed to new digs for the holiday season.
Kaneland girls basketball had spent the previous six seasons hooping it up at Oswego East’s tournament in late December, and made its way to Ottawa’s Holiday tournament in 2013.
3-game skid ends with win over Sandwich
KANELAND—Kaneland Lady Knights basketball endured a three-game skid last week, but still has enough of a pedigree to be a highly looked at team from the area.
Kaneland’s season-opening win streak falls in loss to DeKalb
KANELAND—The opening season unbeaten streak for the Lady Knights basketball team came to an end Tuesday against DeKalb, but not before earning a tough overtime win over Sycamore last Thursday.
Lady Knights lay hurt on rival Redskins in NIB-12 tilt
Kaneland—Lady Knights basketball doubled its pleasure on Friday evening in Grundy County.
Clean sweep of IC tourney brings 4-0 start
KANELAND—It might be too early to see if the season-opening Immaculate Conception tournament in Elmhurst, Ill., is an accurate indicator of things to come for Kaneland girls basketball.
With a large group of returning players, Kaneland looks to exceed last year’s stellar season
KANELAND—Could this be a lucky seven for coach Ernie Colombe and crew?
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Participation and fan interest in high school basketball remain strong throughout the nation, and the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Basketball Rules Committee voted to retain one aspect of the sport that makes it unique from other levels of play.
KANELAND—The Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) selected Ernie Colombe as the District 5 Girls Basketball 3A/4A Coach of the Year.
Two first-team All NIB-12 picks for boys, one for girls
KANELAND—It’s as easy as a lay-up to deduce that both KHS basketball programs would get postseason honors to recognize exceptional play and postseason runs.
ELBURN—Elburn resident and Loyola University standout Elyse Van Bogaert just can’t stay away from the roundball action.
SYCAMORE—Emotions on the faces of the Lady Knights as they came out of the game, one-by-one, told the story. It would prove to be a sad ending.
University of Wisconsin-Platteville women’s basketball junior forward Alyssa Galvan was named to the WIAC All-Sportsmanship Team on Monday.
The 1979 Girls Basketball and the the 1977 Girls Volleyball team were inducted into the Hall of Fame.
KANELAND—For a squad that has gone largely untested for the position it’s in, Kaneland girls basketball showed it belongs in a mid-February basketball setting.
Bradford’s late foul shots give KHS close win over Lady Hubs
KANELAND—Quite literally, that’s why they play the final 1.2 seconds.
KANELAND—When a team has to endure a three-game losing skid, the mentality of the next win being so far away can creep into the team.