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.
KANELAND—This past weekend a number of students from the Kaneland School District participated in the IKWF (Illinois Kids Wrestling Federation) Regional Championships held in Wheaton and Sycamore.
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.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.—As the 2011-12 wrestling season rolled on, it became apparent that this was a season that many Knights could be proud of.
KANELAND—After a long drive to Streator led to victory earlier last week, Kaneland was looking to ride the victory bus against Yorkville right in its own backyard.
STERLING—You’d have to go back to 1994 to revisit the last time Kaneland High School wrestling had more than three State qualifiers.
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.
Neil contributes 19 in comeback win vs. Streator
KANELAND—Sometimes the losses that befell a team can reveal positive qualities.
DEKALB—When it comes time for postseason wrestling, a preferred mentality is “survive and advance.”
DEKALB—Postseason action is ripe to provide unlikely performances leading to a sectional berth.
KANELAND—There shall be no sweep of the Spartans in 2012.
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.
Last week brought a bit of good news for Kaneland girls basketball.
KANELAND—While Kaneland girls basketball has reached regular season heights not seen in quite some time, sometimes plateaus are hit.
KANELAND—A roller coaster of emotions set upon the Kaneland wrestling mat at the end of Friday evening’s clash between the Knights and Batavia.
AURORA—A chance to string together another late January win over rival IMSA was not to be for KHS bowling.
KANELAND—Last year’s Northern Illinois Big XII Conference East division champions are playing at quite the competitive level.
KANELAND—Not even snow and hazardous travel conditions from a week prior could delay the end result of Thursday’s Kaneland-Ottawa bowling matchup.