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Up and down at Plano

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Laura Gampfer KHS boys basketball Plano 12-26-15-7

PLANO—Kaneland was all but destined for the semifinals during its game against Newark in the 53rd Annual Plano Christmas Classic. The Norsemen had other plans as it rallied to finish off the Knights 66-62, in what should be looked upon as one of the best, if not the best, games during this year’s tournament. “That…

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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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Double down

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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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Comeback kids

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Kaneland wrestling completes come-from-behind victory against Morris KANELAND—Kaneland was trailing 34-18 with five bouts remaining in the Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference dual meet against Morris on Dec. 17 in Maple Park.The Knights needed a strong finish to stop the Redskins, and Preston Havis sparked it at 145 pounds. After a brief break early in…

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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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Balancing act

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Knights boys basketball slashes way to 5-1 start behind balanced offensive scheme KANELAND—A balanced offensive attack has sparked the Kaneland boys basketball team to a 5-1 start. After they were cooled off 61-36 by Wheaton Warrenville South on Nov. 27 in the 40th annual Ken Peddy Windmill City Classic at Batavia, the Knights bounced back…

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Vaca leads Knights with 25

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KHS downs rival Sycamore 58-45 Friday night KANELAND—Dylan Vaca decided that he needed to be more aggressive while looking to score. He picked the right time to do just that as Kaneland needed a huge night from the senior during Friday’s Northern Illinois Big XII East conference game against Sycamore in Maple Park. Vaca scored…

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Wrestling team struggles

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Forfeits continue to create big hole for Knights KANELAND—It was just one of those weeks for the Kaneland wrestling team. The Knights lost all three of their matches, dropping a triangular to Crystal Lake Central and Cary-Grove on Wednesday in Crystal Lake and then falling short against Yorkville on the road on Thursday in a…

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Work in progress

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Knights have tough week against conference opponents DEKALB—Dropping all your matches during a week may not always look good in the win/loss column, but losing matches early and learning from them can still be a valuable learning experience. The Knights struggled against conference opponents Yorkville and Ottawa Township, losing convincingly to both opponents. The Knights…

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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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Wow factor

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Knights dismantle Morris in home opener KANELAND—There are good home openers, then there’s what Kaneland did on Friday night. The Knights put on a show at the expense of visiting Morris, clobbering the Redskins, 72-41. “You only get one chance to open at home your senior year,” Knights coach Joe Conroy said. “They wanted to…

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Wrestlers grind through schedule

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Knights enjoy 2-1 record in past week KANELAND—The Kaneland wrestling team experienced a little bit of everything last week, as it wrestled back to back to back. The Knights edged Sycamore, 37-34, in their Northern Illinois Big XII East conference opener on Thursday in Maple Park. They lost substantially to perennial power Providence Catholic by…

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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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Split frame

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Knight rally over Lisle after dropping season opener KANELAND—Dropping a season opener is never a good start to a season, but how a team can come back from that may be most important. Against Northern Illinois Big XII rival DeKalb at Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb, the Knights were tested, losing by a little under…

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Strang admitted to Cornell College

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MOUNT VERNON, IOWA—George Strang of Elburn was recently admitted to Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, for the fall 2016 semester. Cornell College is a national liberal arts college with a distinctive One Course At A Time curriculum. The One Course schedule provides students the chance to dive into their studies, focus more intensely on…

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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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Wrestlers start strong at home

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Knights ready to ramp up for tough weekend MAPLE PARK—Kaneland took to the mats for the first time this season, hosting a quad on Saturday in Maple Park against Burlington Central, Freeport and Wheaton Warrenville South. The Knights’ 113-pounder Austin Kedzie needed just 17 seconds to pin his Wheaton Warrenville South opponent to conclude the…

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Tigers catch Knights

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Laura Gampfer Kaneland KHS boys basketbal v. Chgo Marine 11-23-15-6

Knights start 3-1 BATAVIA—Kaneland relied predominantly on the outside shot throughout Batavia’s 40th annual Ken Peddy Windmill City Classic last week. It worked extremely well in victories against Chicago Marine Leadership Academy, St. Francis and Batavia. But during Friday night’s game against Wheaton Warrenville South, the Knights learned that relying on the jumper proves devastating…

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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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