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Dec. 18 sports recap

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Don’t see your results in the Elburn Herald? Have your coach email them to sports@elburnherald.com or fax them to (630) 365-2251. Sophomore Boys B-ball Dec. 6 vs. Rock Island—Kaneland fell to Rock Island 57-47. Three Knights scored 11 points: Jake Hed, Josh Pollastrini and Garret Hukle. Brock Harner had eight points and Matt Noel had…

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Knight grapplers continue to roll

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Photo: Wrestling at 160 pounds, sophomore Riley Vanik (center) pins Sycamore’s Michael Emster. Photo by Mary Paulson KHS picks up crucial early season wins vs. Sycamore, Lemont KANELAND—Winning six of its first eight encounters has the Kaneland High School wrestling squad feeling good—especially onsidering the competition. The Knights on Dec. 4 were able to invade…

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Girls basketball solved by two NIB12 rivals

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Photo: Junior Bailey Crimmins (right) had four rebounds and four points against Sycamore. Photo by Laura Gampfer KANELAND—An excellent start by Kaneland girls basketball provides enough of a cushion to soften the blow of a two-game losing skid. On Friday down in Grundy County, the Knights suffered a slim 43-42 loss to the host Morris…

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Boys basketball to play at United Center

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Tickets on sale through Dec. 19 CHICAGO—The Kaneland boys basketball team will play St. Charles North at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015, at the United Center in Chicago—prior to the Bulls game against the Boston Celtics. Tickets are $60 and provide admission to both the Kaneland/St. Charles game and the Bulls vs. Celtics…

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Dec. 11 sports recap

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Don’t see your results in the Elburn Herald? Have your coach email them to sports@elburnherald.com or fax them to (630) 365-2251. Freshman Girls Basketball Dec. 3 @ Montini—The Knights fell on the road to Montini 43-34. Addie Ringel led KHS with 16 points, and Katrina Van Horn had eight. Faith Cowsert and Shanya Hurston each…

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Knights dealt more early-season blows

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Boys hoops 1-5 after Morris, Rock Island setbacks KANELAND—It’s not the start the Knights boys basketball team was hoping for, but with the season still in the beginning stages, there is time for adjustments to be made. The best hope for the 1-5 (0-1 Northern Illinois Big XII) Knights is to learn and put studies…

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Bowlers vanquish Lisle in 3-headed week

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PHOTO: Senior Amber Spaetzel rolled a personal-best 141 game on Tuesday en route to a 324 series at Yorkville. Photo by Ben Draper KANELAND—Kaneland’s 2014-15 version of bowling is performing in a way they can get used to. Spring-boarding off a season-opening win against DeKalb last week, the Knights, 3-1, took care of Lisle High…

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Knight boys endures court hardship in Batavia

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KANELAND—After an initial win last week at the Batavia-based Ken Peddy Windmill Classic, Kaneland boys basketball failed to get any winning energy in the invite’s three closing contests. Now 1-3, the Knights lost to St. Francis of Wheaton on Nov. 25, 50-44, and followed up with another setback to Batavia 59-30. On Friday evening, the…

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Girls battle IC roads

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KHS battles Westmont/ Nazareth/IC Catholic triad to win tournament KANELAND—After a steady season-opening win over Elmwood Park last week, the Lady Knights contingent took to the IC Catholic courts in Elmhurst, Ill., to complete the pre- and post-Thanksgiving tour. Kaneland’s final three challenges saw two double-digit wins and a spotless slate for the tournament championship…

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Grapplers hook plenty of wins in early-season stretch

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KANELAND—For starters, KHS coach Joe Orosco and his wrestling squad are producing results like seasoned veterans, even if it’s still early. Back on Nov. 25, Kaneland rolled into East Moline United and came away with two wins out of three tries, while on Saturday, KHS won handily over Burlington Central and Freeport before falling to…

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Dec. 4 sports recap

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Boys Sophomore Basketball Westminster Tournament Nov. 25-29 Nov. 25 vs. Luther North—The Knights opened the season with a 54-17 romp of Luther North. Clark Hendricks had nine points, while Jack Marshall had eight. Eleven Knights scored in the game. Nov. 26 vs. Indian Creek—Kaneland won 58-38. Brock Harner led the Knights with 12 points, while…

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Wrestlers compete at preseason Nationals

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Photos: Kaneland sophomores Riley Vanik (above, left) and Colin Gussman (below, left) earned All-American honors at Saturday’s preseason Nationals meet in Iowa. Photo submitted by Stephanie Vanik to sports@elburnherald.com CEDAR FALLS, IOWA—Six Kaneland students competed in the annual preaseason Nationals meet, which took place on Oct. 25 at the UNI-Dome at the University of Norther…

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The biggest rival is …

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[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Three weeks ago, we set out to find out who was Kaneland High School’s biggest sports rival. We talked with current coaches, former coaches, players and administrators. We also had a survey on our website asking you who is the biggest rival of the Kaneland Knights. In our survey, we asked for basic…

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Living history

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We want to hear from you! Tell us who you think is Kaneland’s biggest rival Kaneland athletics have many rivals, but who is No. 1 in your eyes? [formlightbox_call title=”Submit Rivals Survey” class=”10″][/formlightbox_call][formlightbox_obj id=”10″ style=”” onload=”false”][/formlightbox_obj]Results from this survey will be compiled for publication in the Sept. 25 edition of the Elburn Herald. KHS has…

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Kaneland Rivals Project: Team of Rivals

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Editors note: This is part one of a three-part series about Kaneland’s rivals—both current and historical. Part one focuses on more contemporary rivals, part two will feature a look at historical rivals, while part three will focus on our survey results. We encourage you to take our survey. [formlightbox_call title=”Submit Rivals Survey” class=”10″][/formlightbox_call][formlightbox_obj id=”10″ style=””…

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Kaneland Knight logo challenge

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Be part of history and design your best Knight logo KANELAND—The Kaneland athletic and activities departments want you to submit your best Knight logo. Entries can be drawn freehand or digitally produced, and must be original work that does not infringe on any copyrighted material. You must be a resident of the Kaneland School District…

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Dudzinski bides time before next step

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Europe a possibility for former Knight roundball talent KANELAND—After another workout bordering six hours, KHS Class of 2010 member Dave Dudzinski has a philosophy surrounding his plan of attack. “I want to make this my career,” he said. Home for two-and-a-half weeks, the 6-foot-9 frontcourt presence has spent this summer doing what he spent eight…

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Season passes for 2014-15 Kaneland sports now available

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MAPLE PARK—Kaneland High School athletics fans can purchase season passes, ranging from one sports season to an all-encompassing pass that covers all football, volleyball, wrestling and girls and boys basketball games. The passes are good for the 2014-15 school year. Normal entry fees are $4 for adults and $2 for elementary and middle school students.…

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Summer basics

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Orosco’s offseason spent making imprint on grapplers KANELAND—With his hiring in late-May, new Kaneland Knights wrestling coach Joe Orosco could be spotted last week in the Wisconsin Dells area. It was anything but a breezy four days. Orosco helmed the Knights through the Malacek Team Wrestling Camp—through clinics and duals—and feels good in the offseason…

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