KANELAND—Work never seems done for the Kaneland High School wrestling unit.
Knights also face 3 foes in home weekend quad
KANELAND—You can have a plan to be aggressive on the wrestling mat, but unless it manifests during mat time, no win is automatic.
Kaneland’s meet against visiting Yorkville had some nice moments for the Knights, but the Foxes’ strong attack took hold in a 45-19 win.
KANELAND—If a team is going to have a difficult week, it is much better to have them in early December than in February.
Wrestlers slammed by Sycamore, split Saturday triangular
KANELAND—Area teams know when they’ve been on a mat with the Sycamore Spartans—the KHS grapplers are no different.
Wrestlers get on right side of mat with sweep at KHS
KANELAND—Coaches and wrestlers have often said the Knights tend to be a different tournament team than a dual team.
The Kaneland Knights high school and middle school wrestling teams spent the day at Johnson’s Mound on Nov. 17.
KANELAND—Last year brought a handful of success for Kaneland High School wrestling.
Iowa—Riley Vanik of Sugar Grove nearly pulled off a championship victory in the USAW Pre-Season Nationals at the University of Northern Iowa inside the UNI-Dome Cedar Falls, Iowa, on Nov. 4.
Wrestlers’ week at camp fueled by helping community
KANELAND—How do 28 Kaneland middle school and high school wrestlers spend four days in the Wisconsin Dells area?
KHS wrestling coach Monty Jahns tees off during the Kaneland Boys Basketball Program 3rd Annual Golf Outing, which was held on Saturday at Bliss Creek Golf Club in Sugar Grove.
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.
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.
STERLING—You’d have to go back to 1994 to revisit the last time Kaneland High School wrestling had more than three State qualifiers.
DEKALB—When it comes time for postseason wrestling, a preferred mentality is “survive and advance.”
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.
Gust, Goress secure conference bragging rights
STERLING—If looking for incremental improvements that could go a long way, look at this year’s Northern Illinois Big XII conference meeting.
KHS surge highlighted by 1st place, plus win vs. Morris
KANELAND—A recent seasonal trend with Kaneland wrestling is an uphill climb at first, but once Kaneland gets tournaments under its belt and conference season hits the homestretch, things look better.
On Friday, Kaneland High School honored the 1982 wrestling team before the varsity match against Morris. The team had a record of 16 wins and only 6 losses, with five of those losses being by eight points or less.
KANELAND—It’s tough to stand out at a wrestling invite, 22 teams deep.
For a select few KHS wrestlers, they were able to barrel through their fields for some noteworthy finishes at the 37th annual Sycamore Invite on Saturday.
DEKALB—Kaneland’s wrestling roster made its usual stop in a first-time locale as 2011 drew to a close.