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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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Strange start

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Knights dismiss distractions in dominate win BATAVIA—Joe Conroy has enjoyed his fair share of first victories, but nothing will compare to the craziness of what transpired on Monday. There was a pre-game fire alarm, which forced Conroy and the Kaneland boys basketball team to evacuate the cozy confines of Batavia High School. There was the…

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2015-16 Bowling Season Preview: Strikes away

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Bowlers look to improve on 2014-15 successes DEKALB—This year’s Knights bowling squad looks to build on a surprisingly competitive 2014-15 season, where the Knights finished with a 5-9 record in the Northern Illinois Big XII Conference. Head coach Jim McKnight, now entering his 27th season, has his expectations and hopes for the season, but the…

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Two local residents help Rosary to State title

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Photo: Rosary senior Sarah Fergus (middle row, second from right) of Sugar Grove, and sophomore Camryn Streid (middle row, far left) of Elburn, were the two local residents who competed for the Rosary High School swim team, which earned its fifth State title last weekend. Photo submitted by Vicki Danklefsen to info@elburnherald.com WINNETKA, Ill.—Rosary High…

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2014-15 boys basketball preview: Conroy era begins in Kaneland

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Experienced Knights ready to battle alongside new coach KANELAND—It’s difficult to say who’s most excited about the upcoming boys basketball season in Maple Park. Is it the new head coach or the seniors who will be playing together for the final time? Let’s put it this way: there’s a lot of energy and excitement right…

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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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2014-15 wrestling preview: Extra-strength Knights

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Knights bigger, stronger in 2015-16 KANELAND—The Kaneland wrestling team is moving on up. The Knights return three Class 2A state qualifiers, including junior Riley Vanik, who placed sixth in the State at 160 pounds. In fact, the Knights only had four seniors on their 34-man roster a season ago, so the majority of the team…

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Cummins strikes again

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JOLIET, Ill.—Mabel Cummins, a freshman at Kaneland High School, won the U-15 Girls Division at last week’s Elite Youth Tour bowling tournament in Joliet, Ill. She posted an eight-game scratch score of 1,386 on a difficult oil pattern to lead the field into the finals. There, she outpaced three tough competitors in elimination matches to…

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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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Kaneland Hall of Fame 2015-16 nominations

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To celebrate and commemorate the many accomplishments and achievements of Kaneland graduates, Kaneland Community Unit School District 302 formed the Kaneland Hall of Fame. New Hall of Fame inductees will be honored at either an athletic contest during the 2015-16 school year or during the month of May at one of the district’s many end-of-year…

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Cummins rolls on

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Kylie and Mabel - 2015 U-15 Youth Open Doubles Champions

ELBURN—Mabel Cummins, a freshman at Kaneland High School and Elburn resident, added some nice trophies to her growing collection after solid performances in two recent national events. At the Storm Bowling Survivor tournament in River Grove, Ill., Cummins posted the top scratch score among 48 U15 girls with a five-game total pin-fall of 1,042. Her…

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School Board talks advertising on KHS football scoreboard, other areas by Tony Scott KANELAND—Advertising on the new Kaneland High School football field scoreboard and other areas was the topic of a lengthy discussion during Monday’s Kaneland School Board meeting. Following the discussion, Associate Superintendent Jule-Ann Fuchs said she would bring back to the next meeting…

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Conroy hired as head boys basketball coach

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by Chris Walker KANELAND—Joe Conroy expected to get some much-deserved rest and relaxation while vacationing in Florida. He ended up receiving some great news as well. Conroy was officially named Kaneland boys basketball coach on Monday. He replaces Brian Johnson, who took the same position at West Aurora. “I’ve had this vacation planned for a…

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Vanik shines at Nationals

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Kaneland junior places ninth in nation in freestyle wrestling FARGO, ND.—Kaneland wrestling star Riley Vanik competed in the 2015 Asics Vaughan Cadet/Junior National Championships—the top youth wrestling event in the United States—held at the Fargo Dome in Fargo, N.D., last weekend. Last March as a sophomore, Vanik became the youngest wrestler in the school’s history…

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Cummins vies for national title

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ELBURN—Mabel Cummins, an incoming freshman at Kaneland High School, will be among more than 3,000 young strikers competing in the 2015 Junior Gold Bowling Championships next week in Chicago. The tournament is a national event held annually for the top male and female youth bowlers in the United States. Entrants earn the right to participate…

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Vanik hopes to go far in Fargo

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Kaneland junior qualifies for Nationals SUGAR GROVE—After becoming the youngest Knight ever to medal at the State Tournament back in March, Riley Vanik kept the momentum going into the offseason. But after winning the 2015 Greco-Roman State Meet in the 185-pound category in late April in Lockport, Ill., and winning the Second-Chance Qualifier in Freestyle…

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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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